privacy policy

In compliance with the “Personal Data Protection Code”, legislative Decree n. 196/2003 as subsequently integrated and amended (hereafter called the “Privacy Code”), all processing of any personal data collected by Driade and belonging to consumers is performed electronically and manually, applying suitable safety measures to protect it and keep it confidential. Such data is processed exclusively to perform contractual or lawful obligations, to the aim of allowing the consumer to benefit from this guarantee and to facilitate the work of the authorised after-sales centre. Personal data must necessarily be provided to this aim and, if such data should not be given at the beginning or during the contractual relationship, Driade may not be in a position to provide consumers with the services specified in the guarantee.

Data collected by Driade and/or provided by consumers, that Driade may collect and use even by means of data communication equipment and procedures that respect the Privacy Code, may be entered in an electronic database or a different type of database belonging to Driade for purposes directly connected and instrumental to Driade’s activities and in providing and managing the services offered by this guarantee.

The consumer’s personal data may be communicated to, or come to the knowledge of, the following categories of subjects: subjects who have been granted the right to access such data by law provisions or regulations; credit institutions to manage takings and payments; financial, insurance and auditing firms; credit collection firms; legal, administrative and tax consultancy firms; data elaboration and data processing firms; firms that offer mailing services; subsidiary, affiliated and parent companies. The data shall never be released unless explicit permission is received from the consumer it belongs to.

In compliance with Art. 7 of the Privacy Code, with regard to personal data processing, the consumer is entitled to obtain from Driade, at the least:

  1. confirmation of the existence of his own personal data and an intelligible account of such data, of its source and of the way it has been processed;
  2. cancellation, transformation into an anonymous form or stoppage of any data processed in an unlawful way;
  3. updating, adjustment, or, if required by the consumer, integration of such data.

Moreover, the consumer is entitled to object to the processing of his personal data for legitimate reasons.