Privacy and cookie policy

With reference to the provisions of Legislative Decree no. 196 of June 30, 2003, which contains provisions for the protection of privacy in the processing of personal data, we hereby wish to inform you of the personal data you provided, or otherwise acquired in our business, may be processed, using the Information System, or without the use of electronic means, in compliance with the above mentioned norms, for the institutional purposes of our society, and in particular for:
1) Executing a service or one or more contractually agreed transactions
2) the execution of obligations under laws or regulations
3) the protection of the rights of Carbon Sink Group Srl in court
4) the transfer of your data to Carbon Sink Group Srl is strictly functional to the performance of the contractual relationship
5) regarding the processing of data by Carbon Sink Group S.r.l. you have the right to exercise the rights under art. 13 of Law no. 675/96 below
6) the holder of the data processing, pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 is Carbon Sink Group Srl
7) the data will be kept at our headquarters for the time required by law
8) the processing of the data supplied by you or otherwise acquired during our activity can also be carried out by persons who have been granted the right to access your personal information by law or secondary and / or Community legislation; or by contracted third parties.


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D. Lgs. n. 196 of 30 June 2003

Rights of the party concerned
In relation to the processing of personal data, the data subject has the right: a) to know, via free access to the register referred to in Article 31, paragraph 1, letter a), the existence of data processing that may concern him;
(b) be informed of the matters referred to in Article 7 (4) (a), (b) and (h);
c) the right to obtain from the data controller or data supervisor, without delay:
1. the confirmation of the existence or not of personal data concerning him/her; even if not yet registered, and the communication in the intelligible form of the same data and their origin, as well as the logic and the purposes upon which the treatment is based; the request may be renewed, subject to the existence of justified grounds, with a minimum of ninety days;
2. the deletion, transformation into anonymous form or the blocking of data processed in violation of law, including those for which no conservation is required in relation to the purposes for which the data were collected or subsequently processed;
3. the updating, modification or, where required, addition of data;
4. Testing that the operations referred to in numbers 2) and 3) have been brought to their knowledge, including their content, of those to whom the data have been communicated or disseminated, except where such fulfilment is rendered impossible or involves the use of means manifestly disproportionate to the rights of the protected party;
d) object, in whole or in part, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of his/her personal data, even where pertinent to collection purposes;
e) to oppose, in full or part, to the processing of personal data concerning themselves for commercial ends or direct sales mailings, or for market research purposes or interactive commercial communications and to be informed by the operator, prior to the time the data are communicated or disseminated, of the option to exercise such rights freely.
For each request referred to in paragraph 1 (c), number 1), the party concerned may be asked to provide a cost contribution, not exceeding the costs actually incurred, if the data concerned in the manner and within the limits established by the regulation referred to in Article 33, paragraph 3
The rights referred to in paragraph 1 relating to personal data of deceased persons may be exercised by any interested party.
In the exercise of the rights referred to in paragraph 1) the person concerned may, in writing, delegate or procure to a natural person or association
The profession's trade secret rules remain strictly limited to the source of the news.
You can consult the complete text of the law on the Italian Parliament's website.