The personal data provided by you will be used for the following purposes: fulfilment of contractual relations, obligations prior to the contract (e.g. ordinary accounting, etc.), to comply with the provisions of the competent bodies, to fulfil the requirements of European laws, regulations and provisions, and for statistical purposes. The legal basis of the processing pursuant to art. 6, EU Regulation 2016/679 letter b) is the performance of pre-contractual obligations as well as the contract between the parties. For these purposes, the provision of data is mandatory, and failure to provide the data (in whole or in part) makes it impossible to perform the service due.
The collected data may be communicated, to internal persons in charge of the company to carry out the processing operations, to tax consultants, credit institutions, forwarding agents, and to any other natural or legal person, public or private, identified as a partner and appointed as Data Processor, when the communication is necessary or functional to the performance of our activity in relation to the indicated purpose.
The data provided by you will be kept for the time necessary for the performance of the service and in compliance with the retention times of data and documents required by law.
Your data will in no way be transferred or communicated to third countries outside the European Union and are not included in automated data processing.
The Data Controller is Hermann Rubner Privatstiftung Onlus, with registered office in Zona Artigianale n. 2 - 39030 Chienes (BZ). You may contact the Data Controller by telephone at 0474/563777 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also remind you that the subjects to whom the personal data refer have the right at any time to obtain access to their data, to verify its accuracy and request its integration or rectification (art. 15 et seq. of EU Regulation 2016/679). According to the same articles, they have the right to request cancellation, limitation of processing in case of violation of the law, and to oppose in any case, for legitimate reasons, to their processing.