“BECOME A DEALER” FORM
Dear User, In the case of direct collection of data, art. 13, para 1 of the European Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requires the data subject to be informed about the fundamental aspects of the processing of their data as specified in subsection 1, points (a) to (f) of the said article. Therefore, please note the following:
The Data Controller is CANGINI BENNE S.R.L. with place of business in Sarsina, via Savio 29/31
The data are stored in a database solely for the following purpose: the examination of your application to become a Cangini Benne s.r.l. dealer. Statistical surveys may be performed on the data you contribute. The foundation of the legal basis is contractual or precontractual requirements under art. 6 para 1 point b) of the GDPR. The categories of data processed are: personal data collected directly from the data subject.
For the aforesaid purposes, personal data are processed with the aid of paper and IT tools using procedures strictly correlated to the above purposes, and in all cases in such a way as to ensure the security and confidentiality of the data and full legal compliance.
The recipients or possible categories of recipients are: self-employed workers employed by our company, who are designated as external Data Processors. Data will not be disseminated. Within our company, they will only come to the knowledge of the employees and associates we have assigned to process them. Data may be transferred outside the EU or to an international organisation in compliance with the relevant legal requirements, further to signing of the standard contract clauses required by the European Commission, and notification of data subjects if necessary.
DATA STORAGE PERIOD
RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECT
You are hereby informed of your right to request from us access to your personal data, or the rectification or erasure, or restriction of processing, of the data which concern you, to object to their processing, and to obtain the portability of the data. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
CONSEQUENCES OF REFUSAL TO CONTRIBUTE DATA
The contribution of your data is necessary to enable us to reply to your enquiry and, if applicable, in preparation for the establishment of the business relationship, so any refusal on your part to contribute the data will prevent the processing and thus it will not be possible to assess your profile for partnerships.