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Notice pursuant to Art. 13 of Italian legislative decree no. 196/2003

We are writing to inform you that Italian legislative decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003, on the subject of personal data protection, imposes the safeguarding of people and other parties as regards the handling of these data. According to this legislation handling is to be carried out on the basis of principles of proper conduct, lawfulness and transparency and the safeguarding of your privacy and of your rights.

Pursuant to Article 13 of Italian legislative decree no. 196/2003, therefore, we would like to inform you as follows:

  1. the data supplied by you or acquired as part of our activity will be used for the fulfilment of legal or contract obligations or those arising from the assignment given to us.

  2. The data are to be handled manually and/or on a computer according to needs, applying suitable methods for ensuring their security and confidentiality.

  3. Supply of data is compulsory. Any refusal to provide us with all or some of your personal data or authorisation to handling could lead to the full or partial non-performance of the contract or non-performance of the assignment.

  4. The data may be transmitted, solely for the purposes indicated above, to specific parties including legal or tax consultants, banks and transport firms, in order to fulfil the above obligations. The data will also be brought to the knowledge of our affiliates, parent companies or subsidiaries. Other parties may have knowledge of the data in their capacity as those in charge or assigned to handling. On no account will the personal data handled be circulated.

  5. The data owner is Friultrans S.p.A., located in Udine, at viale Europa Unita no. 157.

  6. The person in charge of handling is Roberto Peruzzi.


Art. 7 Right to access to personal data and other rights

  1. The party concerned is entitled to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of personal data that relate thereto, even if not yet registered, and notification thereof in an intelligible form.

  2. The party concerned is entitled to obtain indication of:

    1. the origin of the personal data;
    2. the purposes and methods of handling;
    3. the system applied in the case of handling performed with the aid of electronic instruments;
    4. the identification details of the owner, of those in charge and of the representative designated pursuant to Article 5, paragraph 2;
    5. the parties or categories of the parties whereto the personal data can be given or who may gain knowledge thereof as representative designated in the national territory of those in charge or assigned.

  3. The part concerned is entitled to obtain:

    1. an update, correction or, where applicable, integration of the data;
    2. cancellation, transformation into an anonymous form or blocking of the data handled unlawfully, including those whose holding is not necessary in relation to the purposes for which the data were collected or subsequently handled;
    3. the declaration that the operations stated under a) and b) have been brought to the knowledge, also as regards their content, of those to whom the data were transmitted or circulated, with the exception of the case wherein this fulfilment has been found to be impossible or entails a manifestly disproportionate use of means in relation to the right safeguarded.

  4. The party concerned has the right to object, wholly or in part:

    1. for lawful reasons, to the handling of personal data related thereto, although relevant to the purpose of the data collection;
    2. to handling of personal data that relate thereto for the purposes of sending of advertising or direct sale material or for carrying out market research or commercial communication.