PRIVACY POLICY

PURSUANT TO ART. 13 OF REGULATION (EU) 2016/679

This document is provided pursuant to Art. 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (here in after referred to as “GDPR”) concerning personal data protection and in compliance with the provisions included in Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 (“Privacy Code”), integrated with the amendments introduced by Legislative Decree no. 101/2018 for GDPR compliance. The document concerns the data provided by you upon joining the EDIT Napoli event, 5 -6 -7 June 2020 (opening by invitation on the 4th of June 2020).

ART. 1
DATA CONTROLLER AND PERSON IN CHARGE OF PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION

The data controller is Tide srl, in the person of the sole and legal administrator on behalf of Dr. Emilia Petrucelli, with registered office in Via Starza 41, Sant’Agata dei Goti (BN). Data processing takes place at the aforementioned location. The Owner can be contacted by email by using the address info@editnapoli.com. Please be informed that EDIT Napoli does not consider it necessary to appoint a person in charge of data protection (Data Protection Officer or DPO) as its processing conduction are not part of the cases referred to in Art. 37, let. a), b) and c) of the GDPR.

ART. 2
PURPOSES OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING

Your data is processed for the purposes that are strictly related to the management of your request to participate as an exhibitor in accordance with bylaws and participation of the offered activities. Notifications/information, including communications for activities carried out by EDIT Napoli shall be sent to the email address indicated upon application submission. Your personal data will also be processed in order to:
• Comply with tax and accounting-related obligations;
• Comply with obligations incumbent on the owner and provided for by the current legislation.

Furthermore, upon explicit consent to be provided by filling in the form below, your personal data will be treated for activities related to sending information by email and newsletters, as well as invitations to initiatives organized by Edit Napoli.

ART. 3
DATA PROCESSING AND STORAGE

Your personal data will be processed by means of paper and digital archives (including portable devices) for the aforementioned purposes. Furthermore, your personal data will be stored for the strictly necessary amount of time and, in any case, no more than what is indicated by the current legislation. Following such deadline, data will be destroyed.

ART. 4
LEGAL BASIS FOR PROCESSING

EDIT Napoli, as being the Data Controller, processes your personal data in compliance with the GDPR principles, when data treatment:
• is necessary in order to comply with a legal obligation incumbent on the professional;
• is based on the explicit consent for activities related to sending out information by email and newsletters.

ART. 5
CONSEQUENCES OF FAILURE TO PROVIDE PERSONAL DATA

Your data may be provided to persons duly appointed by the Owner as data treatment Managers or persons authorized for the processing thereof, as well as to third parties, public or private ones, when communication is necessary to pursue the above-indicated purposes.

In particular, your personal data may be provided to:
• Consultants and accountants or lawyers;
• Banking and insurance institutions;
• Persons that process data in order to comply with specific legal obligations;
• Judicial and administrative authorities, for legal obligation compliance.

Your personal data is not subjected to disclosure nor to any automated individual decision-making process, including profiling.

ART. 6
RIGHTS OF THE INTERESTED PARTY

The rights granted to you as being the interested party and referred to in Arts. 15-21 of the GPDR include:
• Asking the Data Controller for access to your personal data and related information; correction of inaccurate data or the integration of incomplete data; deletion of your personal data (upon occurrence of one of the conditions indicated in Art. 17, paragraph 1, of the GDPR and in compliance with the exceptions provided for in paragraph 3 of such article); limitation of your data processing (upon occurrence of one of the cases reported in Art. 18, paragraph 1, of the GDPR);
• Requesting to and achieving from the Owner - in the cases in which the legal basis for processing is the contract or the consent and is performed via digital means - your personal data in a format that is well-structured and legible upon a digital device, in order to provide such data to another data controller as well (so-called right to personal data portability);
• Objecting, at any time, to the processing of your personal data upon occurrence of specific situations related to you;
• Revoking consent, at any time, limited to the cases in which treatment is based on your consent for one or more specific purposes and concerns common personal data (for example, date or place of birth, or residence), or specific data categories (for example, data revealing your racial origin, political views, religious beliefs, health conditions or sexual life aspects). Processing based on consent and performed before its revocation shall be considered, anyways, lawful.
• Submitting a complaint to the regulatory authority (Authority for the Protection of the Personal data - www.garanteprivacy.it Piazza Montecitorio no. 121, 00186, Rome).





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