Privacy Policy

We hereby inform you that, pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Act no. 196 of 30.06.2003 concerning “privacy statements”, the personal data provided to Ceriani Luce, or otherwise acquired by it in compliance with the applicable legal and contractual obligations, whether for business, sales or promotional purposes, will be handled in conformity with the aforementioned law and with the duty to ensure confidentiality.
This page describes the methods used by the websites and in relation to the handling of the personal details of the users who browse it. The policy does not apply to other web sites accessible through our links, for which Ceriani Luce is in no way responsible.

Purposes of Handling the Data

The data handler is Ceriani Luce. When you provide personal information to us, it is done so under your own free will. The information you provide to us by sending an e-mail and/or by completing the site registration form will be used only to reply to your questions or to comply with your requests; only with your express statement of consent may our company use your personal data for purposes such as sending information of a promotional and commercial nature, or relating to new products or services on offer.
The fields marked with an asterisk are mandatory in order to process your request; the others are optional.
Your data will not be processed for other purposes, nor made public, but may be disclosed to any third parties the data handler employs as external data handlers to assist with providing the service when necessary.
Under Art. 7 of Italian Legislative Act 196/03, your right to obtain the full data processing statement or an up-to-date list of external data handlers may be exercised at any time by contacting Ceriani Luce.

How the Data will be Processed

Personal data may be processed with or without the aid of electronic or automated devices. The data handling process will involve all the necessary activities for the required operation as per article 4, paragraph 1, letter a, of Legislative Act no. 196 of 30 June 2003 (“data handling” is defined as any operation or set of operations carried out with or without the aid of electronic instruments, concerning the collection, recording, organization, storage, consultation, processing, modification, selection, extraction, comparison, use, interconnection, barring, forwarding, disclosure, deletion or destruction of data, even if not entered in a database). In any case, the data will be processed adopting all the precautionary measures necessary to ensure security and confidentiality.
Personal data will be handled only by personnel in charge of processing appointed directly by the Data Handler Ceriani Luce, who has taken all the basic security measures necessary to minimize the risk of breaching the privacy of its users by third parties. These measures are updated constantly and whenever it proves necessary.

Personal data will be processed in accordance with the procedures indicated in Article. 11 of Legislative Act 196/2003, which stipulates, among other things, that data must be:
– processed lawfully and fairly;
– collected and recorded for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes;
– accurate and, where necessary, updated;
– relevant, complete and not excessive given the nature of the stated purposes.

Optional Nature

The provision of personal data is an option and not an obligation; refusal to provide it means you decline to receive information about special offers and/or promotions. The optional, explicit and voluntary sending of e-mails to the addresses listed on this site involves the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s address, which is necessary in order to respond to requests, and any other personal data included in the message.

Data Providers’ Rights – Article 7

Art. 7 of Legislative Act no. 196/2003 grants specific rights to data providers.
In particular, as a data provider you have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning you is stored in the company data banks; you have the right to be informed of the source of the personal data and the methods used for processing them; to obtain the deletion, transformation into anonymous form, or barring of data that have been processed unlawfully; to update or amend or, if in the provider’s best interests, supplement the data; also to object, on legitimate grounds, in whole or in part, to the processing of your personal data.

Visitors’ Questions

If you have any questions about the processing of your personal information during the use of this website, please contact the Webmaster Services using the Contact link.