Disclosure according to Articles 13 and 14 of EU Regulation 679/2016 (GDPR)
Dear User, in the application of the legislation on the processing of personal data as per Legislative Decree n. 196 of 30.06.2003 (Personal Data Protection Code, hereinafter, for brevity, “Privacy Code”), and the EU Regulation 679/2016 General Regulation on Data Protection (hereinafter GDPR) in relation to the data you voluntarily provide to BlindSpot S.r.L. the aforementioned Company, in its capacity as Data Controller, offers the following information, as defined in Article 4 of the GDPR.
Methods of collection and nature of the data processed
1.1 – The data that can be collected in the following ways:by sending an email to the address email@example.com filling in the form at the web address: https://www.blind-spot.eu/careers1.2 – The data collected under the procedure under 1.1.a) will consist of the sender’s e-mail address, the content of the e-mail and any attachments,1.3 – The data collected according to the method under 1.1.b) will consist of the information collected through the form (name and surname, company name, subject, and content of the message). Such data shall be deemed to have been voluntarily provided by the Interested Party – also concerning the lawfulness of their use if they do not refer to the Interested Party – based on the conclusive behaviour constituted by the completion of the form or the sending of the e-mail message.1.4 – The data that will be provided must be limited to common data, as it is expressly forbidden to send sensitive or judicial data.1.5 – In this regard, please do not include any sensitive or judicial data in your e-mail or attachments. Otherwise, without this implying any responsibility for the Data Controller, the latter will destroy the form, in the absence of prior written consent from the interested party to be sent to the Data Controller, by printing, completing and sending this form.1.6 – By entering the email address of the person with whom to share the advice, the Interested Party declares to be able to lawfully use this data for the necessary purposes, relieving the Data Controller of any possible prejudicial consequences of any nature.
Purpose of treatment and consequences of refusal
2.1 – The data voluntarily provided by the interested party in the manner indicated in point 2 will be used exclusively to verify the e-mail received or to respond to the request for information, possibly sharing it with the subject indicated.2.2 – Consent to the provision of such data is not required. The refusal, in whole or in part, incorrect or not by the truth, may imply the impossibility of the Data Controller to give an adequate and correct response.2.3 – The consent may be revoked at any time by the interested party
Methods of treatment3.1 – The data will be processed electronically. The processing of data will be based on respect for the principles of correctness, lawfulness, transparency, protection of privacy and the rights of the person concerned in full compliance with current legislation.For organizational and functional needs only, we have appointed some service providers, responsible of the manage of BlindSpot website as external data controllers for the processing of personal data of users for purposes strictly related and related to the management of the Site. External data controllers may be requested by contacting us at the following address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scope of access by the organizational structure of the holder4.1 – Within the organizational structure of the Data Controller, the personal data of the interested party may be accessed by the persons expressly appointed as Persons in Charge or as Persons in Charge concerning the aforesaid purpose.
Scope of data circulation: dissemination and communication5.1 – Personal data, which is the subject of this information, will not be communicated or disseminated.
Rights of data subjects and arrangements for cancellation6.1 – By communication to be sent to email@example.com you may at any time exercise your rights under Articles 15 to 22 of the GDPR, including the right of the data subject to request from the data controller “access to personal data and the rectification or erasure of such data or the restriction of processing concerning him or to object to their processing, as well as the right to data portability”.
Duration of treatment7.1 – The treatment will have a duration strictly necessary to respond to the email and the possible establishment of communication with the sender, except for any processing operations after the termination of the relationship and arising from obligations under applicable law, or from the need to manage any disputes.
Holder of the treatment8.1 – The Data Controller subject to this information notice is (fiscal code and VAT 10505940964), with registered office in Via Giuseppe Prina, 15 – 20154 Milano (MI), in the person of its legal representative p.t. Luca Bosetti e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: +39 02-36584316.
Obligations and declarations of the person concernedfor all legal purposes, the data controller acknowledges that the interested party, having read, understood and fully accepted this information notice, has consciously and voluntarily provided the data, guaranteeing its lawfulness, correctness, integrity, truthfulness and the possibility of disposing of it and fully relieving him of any relative request of any nature coming from third parties.No responsibility can be attributed to the Data Controller if the data provided should not be lawful, correct, complete, true. In this respect, the Interested Party hereby waives all action against the Holder in this regard.The sending of the email will be considered conclusive behaviour to take note, understanding, acceptance of this clause as well as indemnify and waiving all legal effects.