1. Data controller
Bolliger S.p.A. with legal head office in Via Nirone, 8 - 20123 - Milano (MI) - Italy - Tax code / VAT no. 08338590154 (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”, “Bolliger” or “the Owner”) ensures compliance with personal protection regulations, providing the following information about the processing of the data received or collected while you browse this website.
2. Processed data, purpose and legal basis for processing personal data
2.1 Web traffic data
The computer systems and software procedures used to operate this website acquire personal data, whose transmission is implied in the use of Internet communication protocols.
These data (such as domain names, OP addresses, operating system used, type of device and browser used for the Internet connection) do not come with additional personal information and are used to:
- obtain anonymous statistical information on how visitors use the website;
- manage control requirements of its use methods;
- ascertaining liability in the event of computer crimes.
The legal basis for processing such data is to make the website’s functions usable once you access it.
2.2 Personal data you provide voluntarily
The personal data you provide via the form are collected and processed for the following purposes:
- to interact with you and carry out the activities based on the requests made;
- for administration purposes, the fulfilment of legal obligations (e.g. accounting and taxes) or to meet requests from judicial authorities;
- should you send us your curriculum, for selection purposes.
The legal basis for processing these data is to execute a contract of which you are a party or take the necessary steps prior to entering into said contract at your request. In cases expressly indicated, the legal basis is your freely-given consent.
3. Data provision
Apart from that specified with reference to browsing data, data provision:
- in relation to the purposes indicated under letters a), b) and f) is optional. However, your refusal will prevent Bolliger from fulfilling contractual commitments;
4. Processing methods and data retention period
The data collected will be processed by electronic or automated, computerised and telematic means, with procedures strictly related to the purposes for which the data were collected and to ensure their security. We will store your data only for the time required to fulfil the purpose they were collected for, in compliance with all legal requirements and the standards in force.
5. Who processes, manages and communicates your personal data
Bolliger personnel, who has been identified and authorised for this purpose based on specific instructions given in compliance with the regulations in force, is in charge of processing the collected data.
If needed for the above-mentioned purposes, the collected data can be processed by third parties appointed as external data processors, or, as the case may be, communicated to them as independent data controllers, namely:
- companies of our corporate group, for the purposes set out in section 2.2 letters a), b) and f);
- people, companies, associations or professional firms that provide assistance or advice to our company, for the purposes set out in section 2.2 letters b) and f);
- companies, institutions, associations that provide services connected and instrumental to the execution of the above mentioned purposes (analysis and market research services, credit card payments, maintenance of IT systems).
The data collected may also be transferred abroad, to companies that are part of or not part of our corporate group, even outside the European Union in compliance with the regulations in force, guaranteeing in any case an adequate level of protection.
In any case, personal data will never be disclosed.
6. Your rights as the data subject
You can, at any time, access your data, object to the processing or request the cancellation, modification or update of all personal information collected by Bolliger, exercising the rights to limit the processing of your data, to be forgotten and data portability by sending an email to email@example.com.
Moreover you can lodge a complaint with your national Data Protection Authority (DPA).
Latest update: 10 July 2019 - Version: 1.0 - Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR)