DISCLOSURE ON THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
Pursuant to European Regulation No. 679 of 27 April 2016 (“GDPR”), and Legislative Decree No. 196 of 30 June 2003, as amended by Legislative Decree No. 101 of 10 August 2018 (“Current Privacy Legislation”), we hereby inform you that the personal data of all users and/or visitors to the www.dinamofilm.com website will be handled both electronically and manually.
The Data Controller is Dinamo Film S.r.l. (hereinafter “Data Controller”), with its registered office in Corso Italia 191, 70123 Bari, Italy.
Legal basis for Data Handling
The handling of personal data provided by the user finds its legal basis in your consent given through the forwarding of communications.
Purpose of Data Handling
The personal data provided by the user is handled for the following purposes
- the management of communications and reports received;
- the fulfilment of legal obligations.
The conferment of the user’s data is compulsory for the achievement of the aforementioned purposes, and failure to confer, or partial or inaccurate conferment of data, will result in the impossibility of responding to the communications received.
The user’s personal data will be handled exclusively by persons authorised to handle it (art. 29 of the GDPR) and by third parties, explicitly designated as Data Controllers (art. 28 of the GDPR), in order to carry out all the handling activities necessary to pursue the purposes outlined in this Disclosure. Personal data may be disclosed to public bodies or the judicial authorities, where required by law either to prevent or prosecute the committing of a crime.
Period of data retention
The personal data collected will be handled by the Data Controller for the time strictly necessary to pursue the above purposes, with the exception of any further storage period that may be imposed by legal obligations.
Geographical scope of the handling
The user’s personal data will be processed by the Controller within the territory of the European Union. Should it be necessary, for technical and/or operational reasons, to use parties located outside the European Union, we hereby inform the user that handling will take place in compliance with the rights and safeguards provided for by the Current Privacy Legislation and, therefore, the transfer of personal data to any such parties will take place with the appropriate guarantees for the protection of personal data as provided for by articles 44-49 of the GDPR. In any case however, users may request further details from the Data Controller if their personal data is processed outside the European Union, by requesting evidence of the specific safeguards adopted.
Rights of the person concerned
Articles 15 et seq. of the Regulation grant the user the exercise of specific rights which enable them to obtain:
- confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning them is currently being processed and to obtain access to any such data, as well as the following information: the purpose of the handling, the categories of personal data, the recipients and/or categories of recipients to whom the data has been and/or will be disclosed, and the storage period;
- the correction of inaccurate personal data concerning them and/or additions to incomplete personal data, also by providing a supplementary declaration;
- the deletion of personal data, in the cases provided for by the GDPR;
- the restriction of Handling in the scenarios envisaged by current legislation in force;
- the portability of data concerning them, and in particular to request personal data concerning them provided to the controller and/or request the direct communication of their data to another controller;
- an objection to handling at any time, for reasons related to a particular situation, and/or to the handling of any personal data concerning them in full compliance with the Current Privacy Legislation, as well as for any commercial purposes.
The user may exercise these rights by writing to the certified mail firstname.lastname@example.org, enclosing a copy of their identity document. Furthermore, should the user consider that the handling of their data is in breach of the Current Privacy Legislation, they may, at any time, lodge a complaint with the relevant Supervisory Authority (Personal Data Protection Authority), pursuant to Article 77 of the GDPR.