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the personal data that you provide, or which is in other ways acquired during the course of our activity, may be processed by Franconi Power Systems in compliance with the above mentioned law for the purposes of our company and in particular for:

the performance of a service or of one or more transactions agreed by means of a contract

the performance of obligations laid down by law or by regulations
protecting the rights of Franconi Power Systems in court
the granting of your data to Franconi Power Systems is dependent on the pursuit of the contractual relationship
the data shall be kept at our premises in Rome postcode 00162 (RM), in accordance with the terms prescribed by current legislation
the processing of the data supplied or in other ways acquired during the course of our activity, may also be carried out by persons who are granted the powers to access your personal data, with the correct fulfilment of the obligations laid down by laws and/or regulations relating to the processing of data by Franconi Power Systems
you have the power to exercise the rights as per article 7 of Leg. Decree 196/03
the data controller referred to below, pursuant to Leg. Decree No 196 of 30 June 2003 is Franconi Power Systems, whose headquarters are in Rome (RM).

Leg. Decree No 196 of 30 June 2003

Data subject’s rights:

In relation to the processing of his personal data the data subject has the right:

a) to know, by means of free access to the register as per article 31, paragraph 1, letter a, of the existence of data processing which could concern him;

b) to be informed on what is stated in article 7, paragraph 4, letters a), b) and h);

c) to obtain promptly from the data controller:

confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him exist and communication in intelligible form of such data and of their source and of the methods of processing and their purposes;

the deletion, transformation or removal of data processed in violation of the law;

the updating, rectification or integration of the data;

certification to the effect that the operations as per numbers 2) and 3) have been notified to the entities to whom or which the data were communicated or disseminated, unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared with the right that is to be protected.

d) to object, in whole or in part, for legitimate reasons,to processing of the personal data pertaining to him;

e) to object, in whole or in part, to the processing of personal data concerning him, where it is carried out for purposes of commercial information or the sending of advertisingmaterials or direct selling or else for market surveys or electronic commercial communications, in the event that such has not been explicit approved by him.

For each request as per paragraph 1, letter c), number 1), where no data relating to him is found, the interested party may be asked to make a contribution to the expenses not greater than the costs actually incurred, in the ways and within the timescales set out in the regulation as per article 33, paragraph 3.

The rights as per paragraph 1) referring to the personal data concerning deceased persons may be exercised by anyone who has an interest therein.

In exercising the rights as per paragraph 1) the data subject may assign in writing a power of attorney or proxy to natural persons or an association.

The above is without prejudice to the regulations on professional secrecy relating to sensitive data, which have come to be known during the performance of the agreed services.

The complete text of the law may be consulted at the site of the Data Protection Garante or at the site of the Italian Parliament.