Privacy Policy

In compliance with the regulations set forth by the Italian code on protection of personal data, we would like to inform that your data is in order to protect your privacy and rights.

Data you provided to Ideariso società Agricola srl may be handled electronically or manually for the following purposes: 

a) tasks related to: civil, tax or accounting laws; administrative management of relations; complying with contractual obligations; providing support or information on services purchased by you. 

b) Information on future initiatives and announces of new services, from the company or from our external consultants. Data in which point a) are handled by our employees, our collaborators and our external consultants in order to carry out your request. We would like to highlight that consent to the handling of data for the purposes indicated in point a) is obligatory and essential in carrying out your request. Consent is optional in regards to point b), however if you do not consent to the handling of your data, it will be impossible for us to ensure you are provided information on our services. The company ensures that the handling of your data, whether it be electronically, will be done using proper instruments to guarantee the safety and privacy of your data. Within the limits and conditions of the Italian Decree no. 196/2003 this may include one or more of the following operations on your data: gathering, recording, organizing, storing, processing, modifying, extracting, comparing, using, interconnecting, freezing, communicating, deleting or destroying. Ideariso società Agricola srl, whose offices are located in Vercelli, Italy Piazza Martiris della Libertà, 1, is responsible for the handling of your data and will use it for the purposes mentioned above. 

The owner of data being handled may always exercise his/her rights as stated in art. 7 in the Italian Decree no. 196/2003, which is cited hereunder. 1. Data owners have the right to verify the existence of their personal data, whether it has been recorded or not, and that this information be communicated to them in an intelligible form. 2. Data owners have the right to be informed of the following: a) the source of their personal data; b) the purpose and method(s) of processing; c) the logic applied to processing if carried out electronically; d) identification details concerning the data controller, data processors and representative designated as per Section 5(2); e) the subjects or types of subjects their personal data may be communicated to and who may come into contact with their data including representatives in the country, data processor(s) or person(s) in charge of the company handling the data. 3. Data owners have the right to: a) update, modify or integrate data; b) delete, make their data anonymous or freeze data handled unlawfully, including data that does not need to be stored for the purpose for which they have been collected or subsequently processed; c) verify that those who the data were communicated or disseminated to have been made aware of the operations included in letters a) and b) unless this requirement proves impossible or involves the use of means which are disproportionate in effort compared with the right that is to be protected. 4. Data owners have the right to oppose partially or fully: a) for legitimate reasons, the processing of their personal data, even if they are relevant to the purpose of the collection; b) the processing of their personal data for the purpose of sending advertising materials direct sales, marketing research or business communication. Upon receiving this information, it is implied that you have given consent to the handling of your personal data as stated in point a) unless disapproval is expressly stated and sent.