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GDPR Privacy Policy


According to the legislation indicated, this treatment will be based on the principles of correctness, lawfulness, transparency and protection of your privacy and your rights. Pursuant to Article 13 of the GDPR 2016/679, we therefore provide you with the following information:

A - Your personal data (name, surname, identification document details and copy of the same, telephone, email address, etc.), will be provided at the time of accession depending on the type of association required. SuperAbrasivi di Kristyna Kitkova, as the owner of the processing of your personal data, informs you about their use and your rights, so that you can consciously express your consent, where required, and exercise the rights provided by the General Regulation for the protection of personal data (European Regulation 679/2016, hereinafter: The Regulation). Your personal data (provided to us by you, by third parties or coming, within the limits of the law, from public lists) may be processed for the following expressly stated purposes: Fulfilling a contractual obligation. To fulfill an obligation of law or regulation. In order to send periodic commercial communications, information, education, newsletters.

Below in particular we specify the meaning of the types of purposes:

1. by law: to comply with obligations imposed by law, regulation, legislation of the European Union as well as provisions issued by authorities empowered by law or by competent supervisory or control bodies (in this case your consent is not necessary as the processing of data is related to compliance with these obligations / provisions). Among the data processed by law are those relating to tax regulations or for anti-money laundering registers.

2. contractual and, more generally, administrative-accounting, to perform obligations arising from contracts to which you are party or to fulfill, before the conclusion of the contract, your specific requests, including through techniques of distance communication, including a dedicated telephone call center (in this case your consent is not required, since the data processing is functional to the management of the relationship or the execution of requests); these treatments also include the purpose of protecting mutual interests in court and for tax purposes or other legal obligations such as, for example, the maintenance of anti-money laundering register if applicable.

3. direct commercial and profiling: to provide you with information and send you informative, commercial and advertising material (including by means of distance communication techniques such as, purely by way of example, postal correspondence, telephone calls including through automated calling systems, telefax, electronic mail, SMS or MMS messages or otherwise) on products, services or initiatives of the company, to promote the same, to carry out direct sales actions, to carry out market research, to verify the quality of the products or services offered to you (also by telephone calls or the sending of questionnaires), to optimize the offer itself (also by means of focused and selected analyses), to carry out commercial communications, to carry out statistical research, to apply one or more profiles to you (in order to make appropriate commercial decisions or to analyse or forecast, again for commercial purposes, your personal preferences, your behaviour and your attitudes). (In this case your consent is optional and does not affect the maintenance of relations with the company).

4. indirect commercial: that is, by communicating your data to third parties so that they can carry out their own independent commercial activities as indicated in number 3 above. (In this case your consent is optional and does not affect the maintenance of relations with the company)

5. post commercial: that is in order to deepen, after the termination or revocation of relations with the company, the reasons for the interruption of relations. (In this case, your consent is optional and does not affect the maintenance of relations with the company).

Special cases of data:

6. Particular' data also called 'sensitive' data, personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership, genetic data, biometric data intended to uniquely identify a natural person, data concerning health or sex life or sexual orientation of the person (art. 9 of the Regulation) or relating to criminal convictions and offenses or related security measures (art. 10 of the Regulation). Such data can only be processed with your explicit written consent if one of the reasons indicated in article 9 paragraph 2 and art. 10 of the regulation exists. Consent is free and optional, but denial of consent could jeopardize the performance of one or more activities requested by you to the company that specifically concerns facts for which it is essential to process this type of data.

7. The consent to the processing of your data may be binding in order to conclude contracts with the Owner or with third parties. They can be binding in order to conclude contracts only the data whose treatment is essential in order to conclude the contract itself, while you can freely give or withhold consent for non-essential data, and in particular for the purpose of profiling, commercial communications, marketing.

8. your data may be subject to transfer to third parties for the purposes stated by the Owner


The treatment of your data is done through manual instruments and by means of manual/paper filing and by means of electronic and automated instruments, with modalities strictly related to the above mentioned purposes. Where Ella has given consent, the treatment may also be by profiling or comparison of data. The Company has adopted technical and organizational measures to prevent and limit the risk of loss, deterioration, theft of your data, and to ensure the recovery in a reasonable time in case of 'data breach'.

The processing is carried out in such a way as to guarantee the security, protection and confidentiality of your data.

Within the company, may become aware of your personal data, as managers or processors:

- employees, managers and directors or partners of the company who have or hold by law or by company statute administrative roles, collaborators or commercial subject to self-employment contracts that operate within the structure of the company. The Company has provided these personnel with adequate training and instructions to protect the storage, maintenance, updating and security and confidentiality of your data. The Consent to the treatment by such personnel is not required since it is inherent in the necessary modalities foreseen by the law.

Outside the company, your data may be processed by:

- collaborators subject to a non-employee work contract operating outside the structures of the company

- salesmen subject to a non-employee work contract operating outside the company structures

- consultants of any kind (lawyers, chartered accountants, engineers, architects, labour consultants or other professionals registered or not registered in professional registers), who carry out technical, support (in particular: legal services, computer services, shipping) and company control tasks on behalf of the company.

For the pursuit of the above-mentioned purposes, the company may communicate or in any case transmit your data to certain subjects, including foreign ones, who will use the data received as independent co-owners, unless they have been designated by the company as "responsible" for the processing of their specific competence. It is your right to request and obtain the list of third parties to whom such data are transmitted. Your consent to the transmission of data to such third parties is required but, in the event of refusal, the Company may not be able to provide the services requested or fulfill the obligations for which it has committed to you.

It is possible that the person responsible for the treatment delegates the treatment of your data to other sub responsible, in their turn instructed on the modalities of correct treatment of the data.

Your data may be transferred to a foreign country. In this case, if this takes place within the European Union, your data will be treated in the same way as in Italy. In case of transfer to countries outside the European Union, they will be treated respecting the rights provided in your favor by the European Regulation. If your data is transferred to a country outside the EU, it may be processed by subjects who guarantee the respect of the rights provided for by the European Regulation through voluntary compliance by the same with general measures. The data transfer will take place in any case through instruments that guarantee the protection of data from intrusion by third parties.

Your data will be stored by the owner, in respect of the purposes provided for, the time necessary for the conduct of the relationship with you and to ensure the mutual protection of rights in the courts and to comply with legal obligations including those of a fiscal nature. The data not necessary for these latter purposes will be removed within the maximum period provided for by the right to be forgotten, as indicated further on in this statement, or, at your request, even in a shorter time if not in conflict with the rights of the owner.

The data of the interested party that does not have to be kept for a specific legal obligation will be cancelled within a variable time depending on the legal provision.

Regarding the logic of profiling, the company declares the following: THE COMPANY DOES NOT CARRY OUT PROFILING


You may, at any time, exercise the following rights expressly recognized by the Regulation:

- You have the right at any time to lodge a complaint with the national authority (Guarantor for the protection of personal data) if you consider that your rights have been violated

- You have the right to ensure that your data is always accurate and up to date and therefore you can at any time report or request the updating of the same

- You have the right to revoke the consent to the processing of data where this is not prevented by law or by the need to protect the rights of the owner also in court. In any case, the request for revocation gives rise to the right to limitation of processing.

- You have the right to access your data processed by the owner by written request, including computer. It is indispensable that you can provide us with proof of your identity, possibly even by accessing our database through credentials that can be uniquely referred to you. You are entitled to free access for one time only, while you may be required to pay a fee for subsequent requests. You have the right to receive a response within thirty days of your request. You have the right to have your data in printable formats.

- You have the right to rectification and updating of your data and may at any time ask for them to be updated and corrected if the data in our possession are out of date or incorrect. In order to guarantee the updating of the data, we invite you to inform us of any useful variations.

- You have the right to the cancellation of the data concerning you, provided that it is not data that the owner must retain for specific legal obligations such as, for example, obligations arising from tax rules, money laundering or for the protection of the rights of the owner in litigation.

-Should you contest the accuracy of your data, or the lawfulness of the processing, or the right of the Controller to delete your data, or should you object to the processing of your data and the Controller contests your objection, you have the right to have your data stored but not processed except to the extent necessary to resolve the dispute over the data.

- If the controller changes or deletes all or part of your data, you have the right to be informed and to object to the change and deletion.

- You have the right to transfer your data - stored and processed electronically - to another operator, within the limits indicated by the Regulation, in such a way as to allow easy reading and acquisition by third parties. Among the data of which you have the right to transfer (portability) are also data resulting from the automatic observation of your activity through the information services of the Owner, such as searches and history of activities performed.

- You have the right to object to the processing of your data, to profiling, to the use of your data for direct marketing, to profiling for public interest or for scientific or historical or statistical research purposes.

- The company may, in certain circumstances, adopt automated procedures in order to take decisions concerning you and in particular in order to decide whether and under what conditions to conclude contracts directly or through third parties with you. In this case, you have the right to request that, before a binding decision is taken, your position be examined by a human operator who carries out a substantive assessment.

The company may, under certain circumstances, process your data in order to communicate with you about commercial or informational or educational initiatives (so-called newsletters). In this case, your consent must be explicit and separate from other forms of consent and you may revoke your consent at any time.

-You have the right to be consulted in the evaluation of security procedures for the processing and protection of your data.


Your data may be processed by the following subjects:

- SuperAbrasivi of Kristyna Vitkova

- Fiscal Code: VTKKST81A42Z105K

- Registered office Via Milano 14 - 22063 Cantù (CO)

- Tel: +39 334 9170414

- Email: info@superabrasivi.it


In order to exercise the rights provided for in art. 7 of the Privacy Code or to have your data deleted from the archives, simply contact us through one of the channels made available.


Pagina aggiornata il 16/02/2022