Dilit Italian School

Code of conduct concerning the use of personal information (Privacy Act n° 196 of 30 June 2003)

Information with regard to the Privacy
Act (n° 196 of 30 June 2003)

"Code of conduct concerning the use of personal information"

Dear
Customer,

The undersigned, Società Cooperativa Dilit Divulgazione Lingua Italiana, holder of
personal information about you hereby
informs you, as per article 13 of the Privacy Act (n° 196 of 30 June
2003), that the personal information you
have provided for the purpose of sending offers, proposals, news, etc. will be
used solely for the stated purpose.

Supplying personal information is optional but any refusal to supply information may make it impossible for the undersigned to satisfy certain requests (e.g. request for
a proforma invoice).

We inform you that information about you may also be used by our company for sending news or advertising material via email or fax. You can at any time stop this by
sending a request to the email address or fax number below. If
you refuse to supply personal information for marketing purposes this will have
no negative effect on the normal provision of the requested service.

Personal information you supply will be dealt with "legally and properly" as
per article 11 of the Privacy Act (n° 196 of 30 June 2003).

The personal information will be recorded on paper, computer or telematic means. Only
authorised people such as salesmen, marketing office staff and computer systems
management and repair staff, will be allowed to have access to, and therefore
knowledge about, your personal information. Personal information about you will
not be communicated or sent to others.

The full name of the organisation which uses and processes your personal information is Società Cooperativa
Dilit Divulgazione Lingua Italiana

The name of the person responsible: Giorgio Piva.

You can have this information updated at any time on request by email to
info@dilit.it or by fax to +39 064440888.

You can exercise your rights at any time as per article 7 of the Privacy
Act (n° 196 of 30 June 2003), reproduced here:

Right of access to personal information and other rights

  1. The interested person has the right to get confirmation of the presence or absence
    of their personal information even if they have not
    yet been registered, and to have them made available in an intelligible form.
  2. The interested person has the right to be told:
    1. where the information came from;
    2. why and how it is being used;
    3. what logic is involved in the case of its being stored o sent electronically;
    4. who exactly are the people responsible, as per article 5, paragraph 2;
    5. who exactly or exactly what category of staff the information can be communicated to or may come into possession of as national representatives, or other staff.
  3. The interested person has the right to:
    1. have their information updated, rectified or, where appropriate, added to;
    2. have their information cancelled, transformed into an anonymous form or blocked if used in violation of the law; this includes that information whose conservation is not necessary for the purposes for which the data was originally collected or later used;
    3. a certificate stating that the operations mentioned in paragraphs a) and b) and the specific contents have been communicated to those to whom the information have been sent, except in those cases where this task is either impossible or would involve means out of proportion with the right to be respected.
  4. The interested person has the right to oppose, partly or wholly,
    1. the use of their personal information;
    2. the use of their personal information for the purposes of sending advertising material or direct selling or market research or sales information.

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