We wish to inform you that the 2016/679 / EU Regulation (“General Data Protection Regulation”, briefly defined with the English acronym “GDPR”) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27.4.2016, provides for the protection of natural persons with regard to to the processing of personal data. According to this legislation, the processing must be based on principles of correctness, lawfulness, transparency and protection of confidentiality. Liquidweb Srl attaches great importance to your privacy and is committed to protecting it and, in compliance with EU Regulation n. 2016/679, we invite you to read the following Notice, which was written in a simple and concise way so as to allow you to understand how Liquidweb Srl will process the personal data you provide
The Data Controller is LIQUIDWEB SRL with registered office at Via Cesare Maccari, 53100, Siena (SI).
Your personal data are processed without your expressed consent (art. 24 letter a, b, c Privacy Code and art. 6 letter b, and GDPR), for the following purposes:
The processing of your data is carried out by means of the operations indicated in the art. 4 Privacy Code and art. 4 n. 2) GDPR and more precisely: collection, registration, organization, storage, consultation, processing, modification, selection, extraction, comparison, use, interconnection, blocking, communication, cancellation and destruction of data. Personal data will be processed electronically.
Your personal data, subject to processing for the purposes indicated above, will be kept for the duration of the contract and, subsequently, for the time in which the Data Controller is subject to conservation obligations for tax purposes or for other purposes, provided for by laws or regulations.
We also inform you that the data collected will never be disclosed and will not be communicated without your explicit consent, except for the necessary communications that may involve the transfer of data to public bodies, consultants or other subjects for the fulfillment of legal obligations.
The provision of your data for the purposes indicated above is necessary for the conclusion and / or execution of contractual and / or legal obligations, the failure to communicate the data therefore makes it impossible to fulfill these obligations. To achieve the purpose of sending commercial communications pertaining to the products or services you usually purchase, your consent is not necessary, but the legitimate interest of the Data Controller is sufficient (Article 6, letter f and recital No. 47, GDPR).
The legitimate interest allows the Data Controller, even in the absence of a specific consent of the interested party, to send to the latter communications via e-mail of a commercial nature relating to a product / service similar to that covered by a previous contract already stipulated with the interested.
The legitimate interest of the Data Controller, however, may be interrupted by the data subject at any time. The latter can in fact exercise the cd. “OPT OUT”, or expressing the right to exclude the data in question. Therefore, in every communication made by the Data Controller you will always be given the opportunity to exercise the right of exclusion from the relevant mailing list, by direct communication to the Data Controller, or by selecting the “delete” – or “unsubscribe” – entry at the bottom of the communication.
The Owner considered it necessary to appoint a Person in charge of Personal Data Protection (defined as “D.P.O.”: data protection officer). The DPO can be contacted at the email address: email@example.com
Your personal data are not subject to disclosure or to any fully automated decision-making process, including profiling.
The Data Controller stores his data in the cloud, through the Google Suite system, which uses data centers supported all over the world. Google guarantees a level of security appropriate to the highest international standards such as ISO and SSAE16 / ISAE 3402, also has adhered to the Privacy Shield which imposes a series of obligations relating to control and transparency, in order to comply with European legislation on treatment of personal data.