This circular, pursuant also to section 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 – Italian personal data protection code, describes how the IFM Infomaster S.p.A. website (hereafter Website) is managed in terms of processing the personal data of users accessing and interacting with said Website.
Website information and data are and remain the property of IFM and the user shall not use or process them inappropriately.
IFM Infomaster S.p.A. is the data controller.
The types of data processed are navigation data and information provided voluntarily by the user.
The IT systems and software procedures that run this Website acquire some personal data as part of their standard operation, the transfer of which is implicit in using Internet communication protocols. This information is not collected to be associated to specific individuals/users (for example, IP addresses).
Optionally or explicitly and voluntarily sending emails to the addresses on this Website entails acquisition of the sender’s email address, which is needed to respond to the requests, as well as any other personal data included in the message.
Personal data are processed in compliance with the standards in force and according to the security measures put in place by IFM to ensure Annex B of the Data Protection Code
– Technical Specifications Concerning Minimum Security Measures are followed.
Personal data are collected and processed with automated tools for the time strictly needed to carry out the purpose for which they were collected.
The email address that the user voluntarily provides can be used, under expressed consent, for subsequent marketing for informational and/or promotional purposes regarding IFM Infomaster S.p.A. products or services.
Individuals providing personal data have the right at any time to confirm whether said data exist or not and to know the contents and origin, check the accuracy or request to add, update, or correct said data.
The individual in question has the right to request that data processed in violation of the law be deleted, made anonymous, or blocked, as well as the right to refuse to allow the data to be processed for legitimate reasons.
In any case, these individuals are entitled to the rights pursuant to items 7 and 8 of Legislative Decree 196/03 and subsequent amendments.
The previously described requests must be sent to IFM in writing via email to firstname.lastname@example.org