This is a privacy notice pursuant to sect. 13 of the “Data Protection Code” contained in Legislative Decree no. 196 of June 30, 2003, (“Privacy Code”) for visitors to the website www.dejalex.com, whose personal data may be collected while consulting and using the website. This Privacy Notice applies only to personal data collected through the website www.dejalex.com (“Website”) and does not apply to websites of third parties which may be accessible via links from the Website.
The data controller is Studio Legale De Berti Jacchia Franchini Forlani, with principal office in Via San Paolo 7, 20121 Milan (“Firm”); Top Logos srl, with registered office in Via Agnello, 8, 20121 Milan, has been appointed data processor.
Data freely provided by the visitor
If visitors to the Website freely send their personal data to the email addresses indicated or by filling in forms available on the Website (e.g. in order to request our newsletter) the Firm will collect their personal data, such as their e-mail or postal address or their phone number, as necessary to respond to the request.
The computer and software systems used to operate the Website will acquire as a standard procedure certain personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of the Internet. Such information is not collected in order to be associated with identified persons but could make it possible to identify the visitor, by association with data stored by third parties. This data includes the IP address used by visitors using the Website, URI codes (Uniform Resource Identifier) relating to data such as, for example, the material requested, the time of the request, the method used for submitting the request to the server, the dimension of the file obtained, and other data relating to the operating system used by the visitor. This data is used for the sole purpose of compiling anonymous statistical information relating to the use of the Website and to check its proper functioning and is cancelled immediately after such use. However, it could also be used to investigate parties responsible in the event of cybercrimes committed to the prejudice of the Website.
Cookies are small text files used while a visitor is using a website in order to track the visitor’s activity on the website and collect anonymous data, in order to enhance usability and website processes.
So-called session cookies (which are not stored permanently on the visitor’s computer and are eliminated upon closing the browser), merely transmit data relating to the specific session or visit (such as random numbers generated by the server) which are necessary in order to ensure safe and efficient use of the website. The session cookies used on this Website do not use IT processes which could potentially be prejudicial to the visitor’s privacy and do not collect data identifying the visitor.
Purpose of the processing
Personal data provided by visitors to the Website who send requests for information, newsletters or news of events organised by the Firm etc. or for the supply of services will be used solely for the purpose of responding to such requests.
Voluntary disclosure of data
With the sole exception of navigation data, visitors are free to provide their personal data by e-mail or via the forms available on the Website or other requests for information. However, failure to supply such data may make it impossible to receive a response.
Communication and disclosure of personal data
Visitors’ personal data will be collected and stored on servers located in Italy and may be accessible,to employees and professionals of the Firm duly appointed as persons in charge of the processing, and to third parties who supply accessory services to the Firm, appointed data processors or persons in charge of the processing. Except where required by law or specified in this Privacy Notice, your personal data will not be communicated or disclosed to third parties without your consent.
Personal data will be processed by automated means, according to logics strictly related to the purpose of theprocessing for which it was collected. The Firm protects visitors’ personal data using security measures in accordance with the Privacy Code, in order to avoid the loss or illicit use thereof or unauthorised access thereto.
Rights of visitors to the Website
Visitors to the Website who have supplied their personal data as indicated in this Privacy Notice may contact the datacontroller and/or the data processor in order to exercise their rights pursuant to sect. 7 of the Privacy Code. Visitors to the Website are entitled to obtain at any time confirmation of the existence or otherwise of data concerning them, to know the content and origin thereof, check the accuracy or ask for the completion or updating thereof, or rectification thereof pursuant to sect. 7 of the Privacy Code. This provides that visitors are also entitled to obtain the cancellation, anonymisation or block of their personal data if processed in violation of the law, or oppose, on legitimate grounds, the processing thereof.
Exercise of rights and requests for information
If you wish to exercise your rights or obtain any information concerning the processing of your personal data by the Firm, you may contact the Firm at the address indicated above or send an e-mail to email@example.com, or a fax to 02-72554400. If you wish us to cancel your personal data, please indicate “Request to cancel personal data”.
Last update April 2016.