This translation is being provided for information purposes only.
The legally binding version will be the Italian version.
INFORMATIVA SUL TRATTAMENTO DEI DATI PERSONALI (Art. 13 Regolamento UE 2016/679)
This Privacy Statement provided by LABLAW Studio Legale Failla Rotondi & Partners (the ‘Owner’) is pursuant to Article 13 of EU Regulation 2016/679 (and pursuant to Italian Legislative Decree No. 196/2003 as it is compatible with the EU Code regarding the protection of personal data as integrated by Italian Legislative Decree 101/2018), also taking into account Recommendation No. 2/2001 adopted on October 4th, 2017 by the Gruppo di Lavoro (Work Group) established by Article 29 of the European Union Directive No. 95/46/EC for the Protection of Personal Data in relation to the minimum requirements for the collection of online data in the European Union pursuant to the aforementioned EU Regulation 2016/679.
The purpose of this present text is to inform you (the ‘User’) about the processing of your personal data that could be collected by the server that manages the @lablaw.com email account. Another purpose of this is to provide information on the processing of your other data automatically acquired through LABLAW’s website www.lablaw.com (cookies, IP, etc.) during normal navigation / browsing activities.
SCOPE OF APPLICATION
This Privacy Notice applies only to the website www.lablaw.com (the ‘Website’) and related legal services, such as organizational consultancy and management training, while it does not apply to other websites and related services to which this site may refer by way of special links and for which we invite you to read the respective Privacy Information.
THE DATA CONTROLLER
The ‘Data Controller’, also in reference to information and material downloaded from the Website and the information gathered by the contact form, is LABLAW Studio Legale Failla Rotondi & Partners in the person of the Founding Partners Luca Failla and Francesco Rotondi who can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TYPE OF DATA PROCESSED.
DATA PROVIDED VOLUNTARILY BY INTERESTED PARTIES
With this Website, personal data provided voluntarily by the User may be collected through the use of the mailbox email@example.com. In particular, this data could be provided in the phase of requesting information such as the email address of the User, User name, User surname, and other information indicated on any Request Forms present on the Website. This data is sent directly via email to the Data Controller via the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
As for any communication sent via any form on the Website, it will require the express authorization of consent by the User to send newsletters and other informative material. The acquisition of the User’s address requested by any forms on the Website as well as any other data provided by the User through the Website will require a response to requests regarding the management the professional relationship.
In general, the computer systems and software procedures used to operate the Website acquire, during the course of normal operation, some personal data where the transmission is implicit in terms of the use of Internet communication protocols. This refers to information which is not collected in a way to not be associated with any specific identified subjects, but which by its very nature could, through processing and association with data held by third parties, allow users to be identified.
This category of data includes Internet Protocol (IP) addresses or the domain names of computers used by Users who connect to the Website, the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) addresses of the requested resources, the time of the request, the method used in submitting the request to the server, the file size obtained in response, the numeric code indicating the status of the response given by the server (success, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the operating system and the User’s computer environment. The data could be used to ascertain responsibility in the event of computer crimes against the Website. The data will be kept for the time strictly necessary in compliance with Italian privacy legislation.
The use of session cookies (PHPSESSID) – text files that are not stored permanently on the User’s computer and that disappear when the browser is closed – is strictly limited to the transmission of session identifiers (consisting of random numbers generated by the server) necessary to allow the safe and efficient exploration of the Website. The session cookies used on the Website avoid the use of other computer techniques that are potentially prejudicial to the privacy of Users’ browsing and do not allow for the acquisition of the personal identification data of the User.
The use by this website of cookies related to WordPress CMS (Content Management System) technology (W3tc_referrer) – that are not stored permanently on the User’s computer – is strictly limited to the correct functioning of this technology, which would otherwise cease to function. These cookies do not record any type of information that can be traced back to the individual visitor User.
If you agree to receive cookies from the Website, you will be able to change this choice at any time by simply and easily disabling the operation of all, or some, cookies through the browser configuration options you use. The table below shows the types of cookies used by the Website and their related purposes:
How to disactivate cookies
Cookies can be activated and deactivated through your internet browser. By accepting cookies, the information will be stored and recovered during the next navigation. You can block them globally or for some specific websites that you don’t want to provide your browsing information to and also allow them keep certain information. All modern browsers allow the User to change cookie settings. These are usually found in the menu of your browser under “options” or “preferences”. To understand how to set the cookie options, you can consult the following links:
- Google Chrome
- In the settings menu, select “Show Advanced Settings” at the bottom of the page;
- Select the “Content Settings” button in the privacy section;
- The section at the top of the page that appears next explains cookies and allows the User to select the cookies you want. It also allows the User to delete any cookie currently stored.
- Mozilla Firefox
- In the tools menu, select “Options”;
- Select the “Privacy” button in the “Options” folder;
- From the drop-down menu choose “History Settings”. This will show the User the options for cookies and the User can choose to enable or disable them by clicking on the box.
- Internet Explorer 6+
- In the menu bar, select “Internet Pptions”;
- Click on the ‘Privacy’ button;
- The User will see a privacy settings slider that has 6 settings that allows the User to control the number of cookies that will be positioned: “Block all Cookies”, “High”, “Medium High”, “Medium” (predefined level), “Low”, and “Accept all Cookies”.
- Safari browser
- In the settings menu, select the “Preferences” option;
- Open the ‘Privacy’ section;
- Select the option the User wants from the “Block Cookies” section.
- All other browsers
For information on how to manage cookies through other browsers, the User is advised to consult their documentation or online help files.
If this information is not sufficient, we advise the User to consult their browser’s “Help” section for more details.
PURPOSE OF THE DATA PROCESSING
The personal data the User provides by downloading content from the Website and through communication sent via email through the Website will be used for the sole purpose of allowing for the management and the fulfillment of the activities of our law firm consisting of the provision of legal services and judicial and extrajudicial activities requested by you which will then be the subject of a specific separate assignment and separate disclosure. In particular, the data communicated by the User will be processed for purposes related to the implementation of the following obligations, relating to legislative or contractual obligations, provided that the processing of the data will be limited to the processing of appropriate data only, relevant and necessary with respect to the purpose of gathering information through any forms on the Website in compliance with the principles set forth in Article 5 and Article 6 of EU Regulation 2016/679:
– legal obligations regarding the management of the first contact for the formalization of a subsequent engagement;
– other obligations provided by the laws in force for the correct keeping of the first contact data acquired from the Website www.lablaw.com;
– communication which is necessary for the initiation and subsequent management of the contractual relationship between the parties following a request for information.
We specify that the data collected will not be used for purposes other than those indicated above.
MANDATORY OR OPTIONAL DATA PROVISION AND CONSEQUENCES OF AN EVENTUAL REFUSAL TO ANSWER
The processing of functional data for the provision of the service / request for information is necessary for the correct management of the professional relationship. The provision of the User’s data is optional, however any non-communication or incorrect communication of your data could make it impossibile for the Owner of the website to provide the User with the requested service.
PROCEDURE FOR THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
The User’s personal data may be processed in the following ways:
– with the aid of electronic instruments through a virtual cloud system managed by Aruba S.p.A, in compliance with current legislation (EU Regulation No. 679/2016). Data management through the cloud using a certified provider guarantees against any data loss and intrusion risks. The Firm retains the Information made available by these Providers;
– without the use of electronic tools.
The data that is communicated and that concerns judicial and extrajudicial assignments will be kept in the archives in paper format and in electronic format by adopting adequate security measures and will be kept for a maximum of ten years from the conclusion of the assignment, without prejudice to the need to keep them for a longer period of time in compliance with specific legal obligations or in compliance with orders from the competent authorities.
COMMUNICATION AND DIFFUSION OF PERSONAL DATA
The Owner uses an external provider of hosting services for the Website called S’nceGroup which acts as the “External Processing Manager” based on written appointment. Therefore, the personal data communicated by the User in the manner described above (DATA PROVIDED VOLUNTARILY BY INTERESTED PARTIES AND NAVIGATION DATA) will be stored at the headquarters of this company, owner of the servers hosting the LABLAW Website.
The User’s data will be communicated exclusively to the competent subjects for the performance of the services necessary for a correct management of the commercial relationship, with the guarantee of the protection of the rights of the User, appropriately appointed as Data Controller, or to the subjects to whom the communication of the User’s data is due by law or regulation. In particular, the User’s data may be disclosed to:
– subjects, entities or Authorities to whom the communication of the user’s personal data is obligatory pursuant to law or regulation;
– persons, companies or professional offices that provide assistance and advice to the Owner in matters of labor law as well as in accounting, administrative, tax, and tax matters.
The complete list of data processors is available, upon request, by sending an email to the Data Controller.
The User’s personal data will not be disclosed.
THE RIGHTS OF INTERESTED PARTIES
The subjects to whom the personal data refers have the right at any time to obtain from the Data Controller the confirmation of the existence, or not, of the same data and to know its content and origin, verifying its accuracy or request its integration, updating, the limitation or rectification and cancellation, in accordance with the provisions of Article 7 of the Italian Civil Code, regarding the protection of personal data (Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003 as supplemented by Italian Legislative Decree No. 101/2018) and EU Regulation 2016/679:
The User has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence, or not, of personal data concerning themselves, even if not yet recorded, and their communication in intelligible form.
The User has the right to obtain the following information:
- the orgin of the personal data;
- the purpose and method of processing the data;
- the logic applied in cases where processing is carried out with the aid of electronic instruments;
- the identification of the Data Controller, Data Processors;
- the subjects or categories of subjects to whom the personal data may be communicated or who can learn about them as an appointed representative in the territory of the Italian State or abroad in the EU or even in countries outside of the EU where data is processed on behalf of the Owner of the Website www.lablaw.com.
The User has the right to obtain:
- the updating, rectification or, when interested, integration of data, and the limitation of processing;
- the cancellation, transformation into an anonymous form or blocking of data processed in violation of the law including those for which conservation is not necessary in relation to the purposes for which the data were collected or subsequently processed;
- certification that the operations referred to in letters a) and b) above have been disclosed, also in reference to their content, of those to whom the data have been communicated or disseminated, except in the case where such fulfillment proves impossible or involves the use of means obviously disproportionate to the protected right.
The User has the right to object, in whole or in part:
- for legitimate reasons to the processing of personal data concerning the User, even if pertinent to the purpose of the collection;
- for the processing of personal data concerning the User for the purpose of sending advertising materials or direct sales or for carrying out market research or commercial communication;
- to revoke the consent without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing carried out based on the consent already given;
- lodge a complaint with the national Italian supervisory authority.
Requests relating to the exercise of the right of access the data by the User should be addressed to the Data Controller at the following addresses:
– by email at email@example.com;
– or by regular post addressed to LABLAW Studio Legale Failla Rotondi & Partners, Corso Europa 22, Milan 20122 Italy;
– or through the PEC email address of the firm: firstname.lastname@example.org@legalmail.it.