“Studio legale tributario associato Casalini & Zambon” (“the Company”) pays much attention to the protection of personal data of those who visit its website (“the user”). By navigating this website (www.casalini-zambon.com, “the site”), you agree that data that identify or might identify you are collected. In accordance with art. 13 D. lgs. 196/2003 (Code on Privacy Protection), this document describes terms and conditions on which such data are treated. Information within this document is not applicable to external websites that the user accesses through links in this website.
Manager of data processing (art. 28 D.Lgs. n. 196/2003)
The manager of data processing is “Studio legale tributario associato Casalini & Zambon” based in Vicenza, viale Roma 8.
In accordance with art. 29, D. Lgs. 196/2003, an up-to-date list of the data processing controllers (if appointed) is available at the offices of the firm.
Types of data processed
In accordance with art. 4 letter (b) of D. Lgs. 196/2003, this website processes personal data which is understood as “any information regarding an individual or a corporate entity which can be directly or indirectly identified, also in combination with any other information, including a personal identity number” (“the data”). This website does not request “sensitive data” as defined in D. Lgs. 196/2003, art. 4, letter (d): “data that can be used to reveal an individual’s racial and ethnic origins, her/his religious, philosophical beliefs or political opinions; his/her membership in a party, union, organization of religious, philosophical, political nature, as well as any personal data that can be used to reveal an individual’s health or sexual behavior”. Please note that in case of a foreign name or other data that might lead to infer the user’s nationality, such information cannot be deemed as sensitive because nationality does not refer strictly to ethnic / racial origins.
Among processed data there are:
- Navigation data: IT systems and software procedures that enable the operating of this website collect personal data as a consequence of the normal working of internet communication protocols. Such data are not gathered to profile a user; however, through further processing and association with data held by third parties they could lead to the identification of the user.
- Data intentionally supplied by the user: the user submits this kind of data to request information, access services, send emails, or while submitting a form.
If the user voluntarily sends any data, even outside the registration procedure, or sends an email, such data (address and other data contained in the email) will be collected in order to send a reply, a newsletter, etc.
Optional submission of data
Purposes of the processing of data
You can find information about the specific purposes of the processing of data in the related sections of this website. However, such purposes in general can be summarized as follows:
a) purposes required by law
b) administrative, accounting, tax compliance
c) performance of pre-contractual, contractual, post-contractual obligations
d) production of datasets suitable for (computerized) statistical surveys (without identification of the user)
e) sending of newsletters
f) sending of information about the activities of “Studio legale tributario associato Casalini & Zambon”
Personal data are treated with data processing or paper means strictly for the time required to achieve the purposes they are intended for. Extreme caution is used to avoid any unlawful / unauthorized use or any loss. Data are processed by personnel authorized by this company’s manager of data processing, in particular sales and marketing people, IT engineers and accountants. Collected data are not shared with third parties, except for individuals or entities who have been appointed as external data controllers by the manager of data processing, like for example commercial partners in specific projects, hosting providers, external consultants for technical, accounting, legal, marketing issues. Personal data might be supplied to public authorities when required by law. While navigating this website, you might be redirected via hyperlink to third-party websites. They are not under the control of this website’s manager of data processing, who therefore cannot be held responsible for any circumstances arising from collection of data performed in those websites. The way those websites collect and process data are governed by their respective privacy policies.
Data collected in relation to services provided by this website are processed at this Company’s offices and at the offices of ICT Sviluppo Srl (an IT assistance company), in servers and other electronic devices managed by them or their commercial partners’ data controllers.
Data subjects have the right to receive at any time a confirmation of the existence of personal data about them, to disclose the content of such data, verify their correctness, request that such data is completed, updated or amended (art. 7 D.Lgs. n. 196/2003). Pursuant to the same article, data subjects can request erasure, anonymization, block in case of unlawful processing. Data subjects can as well object to the processing of their personal data for any lawful reason. Requests for this should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Art. 7 of the Code on Privacy Protection:
- Data subjects have the right to receive at any time a confirmation of the existence of personal data about them, even if they had not been registered yet, and a notice of such data in an intelligible form.
- Data subjects also have the right to be informed on:
a) source of the personal data about them;
b) purposes and methods of processing;
c) logic involved in any automatic processing of data concerning them;
d) identity of data controller, data supervisors and designated representative as defined in article 5, paragraph 2;
e) individuals or entities that might receive or come to know in any way the personal data as designated representatives for the State territory, processing officers or appointees.
Data subjects have the right to obtain:
a) that personal data about them be updated, corrected or integrated upon request;
b) erasure, anonymization or blocking of personal data that were unlawfully processed, including data that are unnecessarily detained as to the purposes of the processing for which the data are intended;
c) a confirmation that the operations described in previous paragraphs (a) and (b) have been notified to those who received or came to know the data, except for the case this obligation is impossible or implies the use of means disproportionate to the protected right.
- Data subjects are entitled to object, entirely or partially:
a) for any lawful reason, to the processing of their personal data, even when such data are relevant to the purpose of the processing;
b) to the processing of their personal data in the case such data are used for purposes of advertising, direct sale, market research.
This version was updated on September 2017.