PRIVACY POLICY (pursuant to the UE Reg. 679/2016) Valgarda S.r.l. – My CSM

Valgarda S.r.l., with headquarters in Ponti sul Mincio (MN) in via Enrico Fermi 1/B commits itself to treat Your personal data in compliance with the provisions of EU Reg. 679/2016.

Pursuant to art. 4 par. 1 GDPR a personal datum is considered to be ‘any information regarding an identified or identifiable physical person  («data subject»). The processing of personal data is vice versa ‘any operation or group of operations carried out with or without the aid of automatized processes and applied to personal data or groups of personal data, such as the collection, recording, organization, structuring, keeping, adaptation or modification, extraction, consultation, use, communication through transmission, diffusion and any other form of making available, comparison or interconnection, limitation, cancellation or destruction’.

  1. Data controller

The data controller of Valgarda S.r.l. is Mr Paolo Ragazzi.

The data controller can be contacted:

– by telephone: +39 0376809848;
– by fax: +39 0376809848;
– by e-mail:;
– by PEC mail:;
– or sending a registered letter to the following address: via Enrico Fermi 1/B – I-46040 Ponti sul Mincio (MN).

  1. Legal basis and purpose of the processing

Throughout its work, such as all IT systems and the applicational procedures responsible for its functioning, this site acquires some data whose transmission is implicit in the use of communication protocols.

Such information is processed to get anonymous statistical information on the use of the site and to check the correct functioning and not only associated to identified users – and yet, by nature and through associations with third party data they may allow the identification of the individuals concerned, such as the IP of the system used to connect to the site.

No cookies are used to transmit personal information, nor are systems for the identification and tracking of the user employed. The use of cookies is strictly limited to the transmission of session identification data, needed to allow a safe and efficient site surfing and used for statistical purposes (measurement of website visitors).

The only personal data we get are those supplied by the users who wish to contact us filling in the specific form. Such data exclusively concern name, surname, city and e-mail address as far as compulsory data are concerned. We use them to follow up the enquiries we are asked for, such as communications and/or commercial information. The data collected are used for filing purposes.

  1. Method of processing

The data collected are processed by IT and telecommunication tools, with logic which are strictly connected to the purposes above mentioned and anyway so as to grant their safety and confidentiality. No automatic processing is foreseen. The data are kept in electronic format only in the database of our CSM system.

  1. Data recipients

The data collected can be communicated to third parties in case of request by the user themselves.

  1. Provision of data

The provision of family name and e-mail address is required to contact us. The provision of first name and telephone number is vice versa optional. Any refusal to provide personal data will prevent from following up communications and requests. In case of optional data, failure to provide them will not cause any consequence.

  1. Right to withdraw consent

In case processing requires Your express consent (art. 7 GDPR) You shall always be entitled to object effortlessly and for free, fully or partially, to the processing of Your data for such purposes.

  1. Duration of data processing

Valgarda S.r.l. will process your data for the time strictly needed to carry out the requests made by the users. The process won’t anyway last longer than 10 years.

  1. Transfer of data abroad

Valgarda S.r.l. does not foresee any transfer of the data abroad.

  1. Rights of the data subject

The user, pursuant to the art. 15 to 20 of the Regulation, has the right to:

  1. Obtain confirmation of the existence of personal data about them, even though not yet recorded, and their communication in intelligible form;
  2. Right to access: obtain indication of a) origin of the personal data; b) purpose and method of processing; c) logic applied in case of processing done by electronic tools; d) identification details of data controller, people in charge and representative appointed pursuant art. 3 comma 1 of the Regulation; 3) subjects or categories to whom the personal data may be communicated or who could acquire knowledge thereof in the capacity of representative appointed within the State, person in charge or commissioned;
  3. Right to amend the inexact personal data without undue delay, and the integration of the incomplete personal data;
  4. Right to cancellation (oblivion): without undue delay if the data are no longer needed for the purpose declared; if the data subject has withdrawn the consent; if the data subject objects the processing; if the data have been processed illicitly; if the cancellation is needed to fulfill an obligation foreseen by the EU or by a member State the subject is part of;
  5. Right to limit the processing: if the data subject questions the exactness of the data (for the period needed to verification only); in case of illicit processing; if the data are needed by the subject for verification, exercise or defense of a right in a Court of Law; waiting for the condition of legitimate interest of the subject in case of objection to the processing.
  6. Right to portability: obtain to receive one’s data from the data controller in a structured and commonly used standard electronic format and to transfer them unimpeded to other data controller, beyond direct transmission.

10. Right to object

Art. 21 of the Regulation establishes the right to object to the data processing in any moment for reasons connected to one’s particular situation when the processing is needed to carry out a task of public interest or connected to the execution of public authority by the data controller or when the processing is needed to pursue public interests of the data controller or of third parties.

The right to object can furthermore be exercised in any moment if the personal data are treated for the purpose of direct marketing.

  1. Right to claim to the Guarantor Authority

The user will be entitled to lodge a complaint to the Guarantor Authority about the processing of personal data.

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