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According to law no. 196/2003, Weidacherhof, family Rottensteiner informs that any personal data supplied by you will be handled either on magnetic or paper supports in order satisfy your needs.

The holder of the handling is Weidacherhof family Rottensteiner, I-39054 Renon/Collalbo (BZ), Via Viehweider 1.

If you click onto the key (submit) you will send your approval of the handling. Your agreement is optional but in the case of your refusal, your data cannot be send.

You have the right to object to the whole or just part of the handling, exercising the rights of law no. 196/2003.

Weidacherhof, family Rottensteiner guarantees that the information contained here will remain strictly confidential.

Clarification in accordance with Art. 13, legislative decree
no. 196/2003
Dear Sir or Madam,
the Italian Data Protection Act no. 196/2003 protects
persons and other subjects when their personal data are
processed.
Your data will be handled by us in a confidential and
correct manner in accordance with the Act. In accordance
with Art. 13 of the 196/2003 Data Protection Act we would
like to inform you of the following:
1. The data collected from you will be used for the
following purpose:save the data from our clients
2. Your data will be processed using the following
methods: digitaly
3. Release of your data is optional/compulsory (if
compulsory, give reason for obligation). Refusing to
release your data will have no consequences/will have
consequences for the completion or partial completion of
the agreement/continuation of business relations.
4. Your data will not be passed on to third parties or
distributed.
5. The data processor is: Markus Rottensteiner
6. The person in charge of data processing is:
Margit Rottensteiner
7. In accordance with Art. 7 of the Data Protection Act
196/2003 you can exercise your rights against the data
processor, which are listed in detail below, at any time:
Legislative decree no. 196/2003 Art. 7 – right to the
access of personal data and other rights
1. The person concerned has the right to receive
information as to whether data concerning them
are available, even when these data yet to be
stored; furthermore, they have the right to have
these data communicated to them in
comprehensible form.
2. The person concerned has the right to information
on:
a) the origin of the personal data;
b) the purpose and method of data
processing;
c) the system applied, in the case of data
being handled electronically;
d) the most important data for the
identification of the holder of the rights, the
person in charge and the name of the
representative elected in accordance with
Article 5, Paragraph 2;
e) the persons or categories of persons who
can receive the personal data or who can
request knowledge of the data as national
representative, person in charge or
delegate.
3. The person concerned has the right to:
a) demand an update, amendment or, if interested,
extension of the data;
b) demand illegally processed data to be deleted, made
anonymous or inaccessible; this also applies to data
which do not expressly need to be stored for the
purposes for which they were collected or later
processed;
c) receive confirmation that the steps listed under the
letters a) and b), including regarding their content, are
communicated to those receiving or distributing the data,
provided that this is not impossible or unjustifiably costly
and complicated in relation to the right to be protected.
4. The person affected has the right, wholly or partially to:
a) ) oppose the processing of personal data
concerning his or her person for legal reasons,
even if these data are relevant for the purpose of
collection;
b) oppose the processing of person data concerning
his or her person if the processiong is for the
purpose of mailing advertising materials or direct
sale, market or opinion research or commercial
communications.
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