The processing operations of data communicated by the visitors through this website to Alma Automotive s.r.l. will occur in the following mode.
With reference to art.13 L.D. N196 dated june 30th 2003,we inform you that the controller and responsible for the processing of data is Alma Automotive s.r.l., with registered office in Via Terracini 2 , 40131 Bologna (BO) Italy.
Personal data will be known ecxlusively by the subjects employed by the controller. Personal data in the possession of spagnoli logistica may be communicated to third parties which provide instrumental services and activities to the controller.
Any dissemination of your data will not be done, except in the case mentioned. The processing will occur with electronic and manual procedures in order to protect the confidentiality and security of your data.
Data processing consists in the collection, registration, organization, preservation, consultation, modification, selection, extraction, comparaison, utilisation, interconnection, block, communication, diffusion, deletion, destruction including the combination of two or more of the activities listed.
Anyone who provides own data to Alma Automotive s.r.l., will be able, in every moment, to exercise the rights indicated in art.7 L.D. 196 Dated june 30th 2003, contacting in writing Alma Automotive s.r.l., Via Terracini 2, 40131 Bologna (BO) Italy (the postage will be paid by the recipient).
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