INFORMATION ON THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
Pursuant to art. 13 of the European Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (hereafter GDPR), we inform you that the processing of the data provided and collected by our law firm, will be processed in compliance with the provisions of the aforementioned Regulation and in compliance with the consequent rights and obligations and, in particular:
1. Data controller and purpose od data processing: The Data Controller is the Cimmino Carnevale De Filippis & Associati Law Firm (VAT Number 060377506329) with registered office in Via A. De Gasperi n. 55, 80133 Naples. The sole aim of data processing is the correct and complete execution of professional assignments, both in judicial and extrajudicial matters, and of all related activities of accounting, administrative, fiscal, archiving and anti-money laundering.
2. Data supply: The provision of generic, sensitive and judicial personal data is absolutely necessary for the purpose of carrying out the activities of the aforementioned point 1.
3. Disclosure of data: The personal data processed by the Data Controller may be communicated, for the purposes referred to in point 1, to external collaborators, to subjects operating in the judicial sector, to addressees for substituted services, to counterparts and their defence attorneys, to arbitration boards and, more generally, to all the subjects who need data in order to properly accomplish the purposes indicated in point 1 and thus need to be informed about public and/or private subjects, about the competent judicial authorities and about the subjects who, in those same offices, are in charge of data receiving and/or treatment, as well as financial and other offices and/or bodies mandated by law to receive deed and documents. All the data provided may also be used for anti-money laundering purposes thus can be communicated to the Single Archive and – pursuant to the relevant legislation and the related Implementing Regulations – can be used for communication and reporting activities. Please note that the data provided and collected by our law firm will not be disclosed or used for profiling to the public.
4. Transfer of data abroad: The personal data provided may be transferred to the European Union countries, to third countries or to an international organization for the purposes referred to in point 1.
5. Denial of data provision: Any refusal by the interested party to provide or process the data referred to in paragraph 2 will make it impossible for our law firm to carry out the activities referred to in point 1 and in general the assignments and/or professional services required as well as the accomplishment of pending services.
6. Duration of data processing: The data and documents needed and connected with current, to be created and completed assignments, will be retained in our archives for the duration of the professional assignment and later, pursuant to law and regulations requiring the law firms to store data for tax or other purposes.
7. Data processing methods: Data processing will be carried out with or without the aid of electronic or automated instruments and, in particular:
a) Data are processed by means of single or combined operations that are data collection, recording, organization, storage, consultation, processing, modification, selection, extraction, comparison, interconnection, blocking, communication, deletion and destruction of data even if they are not registered in a database.
b) The processing operations may be carried out with or without the aid of electronic or automated means allowing data storage, management and transmission ensuring in any case the maximum confidentiality and data protection.
c) Data processing is carried out by the data controller and/or by other people put in charge of operations.
8. Rights of the data subject: The data subject can, by registered letter with advice of delivery, exercise the rights provided for by Reg. n. 679/2016, including the right to ask the data controller to confirm the existence of his/her personal data and if data are made available in an intelligible form; the right to know the source of the data, the purposes and the processing methods, the logic applied to the processing, the identification details of the data controller and of the subjects to whom the data may be communicated; the data subject also has the right to have his/her data updated, corrected, integrated, deleted, become anonymous or blocked in case the law is breached; the data subject has the right to refuse, for legitimate reasons, the processing of personal data the compulsory cases provided for by the applicable laws excepted.
9. Right to stay anonymous: Please note that the data subject can request, for legitimate reasons, to omit his/her personal data in case of dissemination and/or publication of a judgement or other jurisdictional measures.
10. Consent for personal data processing: Pursuant to art. 23 of the Privacy Code by reading and accepting this statement on our website www.ccda.it will be considered as an explicit consent to process the personal data for the above mentioned purposes and methods to the extent provided for by the Law. More specifically, the consent to acquire and communicate personal data to third parties as it is specified in this statement. This consent is valid until a written revocation by registered letter with advice of delivery is sent to the data controller.
11. Effect: By accepting the processing of common, sensitive and judicial personal data, this statement will also be applied to the positions opened before May 25th 2018.