Pursuant to Article 13 of the European General Data Protection Regulation no. 2016/679 (“the Regulation”), Mavive SpA (“Mavive”), as Data Controller with registered office in Dese (VE), via Altinia n. 298/B, wishes to inform you about nature and purposes of the processing of your personal data collected through the registration process on the website www.themerchantofvenice.com
The personal data you provided will be processed pursuant the principles of necessity, lawfulness, fairness, proportionality and transparency in order to accomplish the further purposes:
i) Registration of the client and execution of the order: your name, address, telephone number and further data you provided in the form of registration on the website www.themerchantofvenice.com will be used in order to create a user account, and to process your orders and to deliver them to the provided address.
ii) Profiling: with your consent, your personal data and those related to your purchases will be used to analyze your consumer habits and to carry out market searches to improve Mavive’s marketing offer, also by sending personalized promotions and offers.
Your personal data are processed both manually and electronically.
Data are stored in Mavive’s database and are processed according to the applicable laws, and in any case in such a way to ensure security and confidentiality, and to prevent their disclosure or unauthorized use, alteration or destruction.
Your personal data will be processed and stored by Mavive for the requested time according to the laws, to the ordered products and to the administrative and fiscal discipline.
Except in case of further purchases and/or your requests received in that frame of time and/or the need to store data for other purposes of this policy, your email address for the purpose of receiving information messages, updates and news related to commercial initiatives, as well as other kind of advertising and promoting materials and information about events shall be stored for no more than 24 months, while the data used for profiling purposes shall be stored for no more than 12 months and afterwards they shall be anonymized.
Mavive S.p.A. is the Responsible company for your personal data.
The collected data shall be transfer to couriers or consultant in order to accomplish the above-mentioned purposes.
In case Mavive uses said third parties, they shall be thoroughly selected for their capabilities, expertise and reliability, in order to ensure the respect of the current laws applying to data protection. Said third parties shall be named Data Processors and/or persons authorized to process personal data. Mavive will periodically monitor the correct performance and the respect of the relevant security measures for personal data provided by these third parties.
In order to have access to a current list of the Data Processors, please contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Communicating your data for the above-mentioned purposes is optional. However, your refusal will prevent Mavive from being able to carry out the above-mentioned activities.
Pursuant to Articles from 13 to 22 of the Regulation, at any time you have the right to request and obtain:
- confirmation of the existence of your personal data in our database;
- access to personal data and to information related to the outgoing processing;
- to verify the accuracy of data;
- restriction of the processing Mavive does of your data or the erasure of your data;
- to oppose to the processing
In order to exercise the aforementioned rights, you can send a request to the following email address: email@example.com
Furthermore, you have the right of data portability pursuant to Art. 20 of the Regulation and you have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervising authority of the Member State where you usually live or work or where the alleged breach occurred. In Italy, the supervising authority is the Garante per la protezione dei dati personali.
If you do not want to receive any more commercial communications by Mavive, you are always entitled to withdraw your authorization by sending your request to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by clicking on the link that is present in any promotional emails sent by Mavive and subsequently require the deactivation of the service.
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