The personal data provided to BC Business Consulting, through the company website is treated according to EU Law 2016/679 – General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Personal Data Holder
The personal data holder is Paolo Pacchiana
Owner of BC Business Consulting
Via A. Locatelli, 22 – 24121 Bergamo, P.IVA 04086520162
Data Controller and Processor
The data controller and processor is Paolo Pacchiana, who processes the personal data provided.
External Appointee 1 is Michela Foresti, marketing Consultant for BC Business Consulting
External Appointee 2 is Antonella Rossi, owner of Kaupapa Grafica & WEB, responsible for website management and updating, with access to the site backend for its operative functioning.
Purpose and Legal Basis for Processing
We process your personal data in the following cases:
– Consent has been given consent (according to article 6-a, GDPR)
– You have contacted us directly via email
– You have filled out our online contacts page form
– Data processing is necessary to adhere to our legal requirements (article 6-c, GDPR)
It is always possible to ask for further information by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Type of information collected and data storage period
The user’s data is processed according to their access of the Site www.bcbusinessconsulting.it , information collected using both our own cookies and third party cookies, and information supplied via email to our site (name, surname, email address).
During normal usage, the computer systems and software procedures installed to make this site function acquire some personal data whose sharing is implicit in the use of internet communication protocols. This information is not collected in order to be associated with the user, but, due to its nature, could be used to identify the user via third party association processing methods.
Included in this category are: IP addresses and domain names of computers utilised by users who connect to the Site, URI addresses (Uniform Resource Identifier), usage times, server access means, returned file dimensions, numeric codes indicating server response (completion, error, etc.), and other parameters relative to the user’s IT usage.
Information collected could be used for the verification of liability in the case of possible information violation of the Site, and in any case will be stored according to the strictly necessary times set out in the privacy laws.
Additionally, information regarding web navigation, language selected, and cookie acceptance on initial site entry will be included in collection.
INFORMATION SUPPLIED DIRECTLY BY THE USER
Personal information is supplied by the user in the following way:
- By sending emails to www.bcbusinessconsulting.itor other email addresses on the Site.
The elective sending of optional and unambiguous emails to addresses indicated on the Site entails the subsequent acquisition of email addresses and the information sent therein, including the sender’s data, used to reply to the sender and to provide this service.
- By filling out the Contact Form on the site www.bcbusinessconsulting.it
The data will be processed with instruments and modalities specifically designed for maintaining data confidentiality and security. The user will always be able to claim the USER RIGHTS listed in this policy.
The User is responsible for the sharing and publishing of third party data, sent to the Site, in any form or modality, and guarantees their right to communicate and share them, thus freeing the Owner from any responsibility to third parties. We nevertheless suggest our users do not send third parties’ personal data when requesting a service or sending a message.
Data is held until a formal cancellation request is sent by the user to: email@example.com
Collected data is processed by computer instruments and only minimally kept in paper form.
Adequate security measures are taken for preventing the loss, illegal, or incorrect use, and non-authorised access to this data.
SITE AND THIRD PARTY COOKIES
Cookies are small texts sent by sites to their users’ terminals, where they are memorised and resent to the same sites during the next visit. Cookies from ‘third parties’ are instead set by another site which is not the one the user is visiting. This happens because every site has the possibility of containing elements (images, maps, sounds, links and web pages from other domains, etc.) belonging to servers other than the one the user is visiting.
Processed personal data may be either electronically or physically stored in strictly necessary means for the following reasons:
- To allow the correct navigation of the Site
- To respond to a contact request
- To allow the publication of comments (if provided for) on some pages of the Site
Third Parties Which Receive Data
Your personal data are subject neither to diffusion nor to any completely automated decision, including profiling.
Data provided are stored in the Aruba IT archives. Aruba is the dominion provider of the Site and securely keeps some information on paper.
Your information will be stored for the period necessary for undertaking your request.
It is possible to request whether personal data is being stored or not and to obtain indications about processing purposes, categories of personal data, receivers or categories of receivers to whom personal data have been or will be communicated, and storage times where possible.
Users can request the amendment of data details stored
Users can request the total cancellation of all data stored regarding themselves (right of cancellation – article 17 GDPR)
Users can request the limitation of data supplied
Users can disagree with the processing of data regarding themselves
Users can obtain the portability of data; that is, they can receive stored data in a structured form from a Data Controller and Processor for using in common in a format legible by an automatic device, and share said data with another Processor without impediment
Users can revoke their consent at any moment without having any effect on the processing allowed prior to revocation.
To activate this right, users can send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Users can file a complaint to the competent authority (articles 77 and 79, GDPR)