Privacy Policy

Processing of personal data: information.

(Section 13 of Italian Leg. Decree 196/2003)

Data controller and applicable law.
Next Sight S.r.l., an Italian company based in Pordenone (PN) at Polo Tecnologico Andrea Galvani, via Roveredo 20/B, phone number +39.0434.507511, email info@nextsight.info, is the controller of all data collected or provided through the website nextsight.info.
The processing of personal data is governed by Italian law.

 

Right of access.
Data subjects may exercise the right of access to their personal data by contacting the Data Controller at the above address.

 

Type of data collected.
This website collects the data provided voluntarily by the user via the Processor’s email addresses and phone numbers shown on the website itself, or via a live chat service.
Sensitive information is not required or accepted and, if received, it will be deleted immediately.
For any browsing data collected with the so-called cookies, please read the relevant policy on this website.
Private areas of the website are only accessible to users who have previously registered following a trade agreement with the Data controller or its representatives, and the relevant policy is provided to users at the time of signing the agreement.
Login credentials cannot be obtained directly through the website, and data are not collected for this purpose.
The website may contain links to third-party websites as well as third-party phone numbers or email addresses: before disclosing any personal information, please read the privacy policies provided by the relevant third-party Controllers.
Services provided by the Controller are not intended for consumers, as understood under EU laws on consumer protection.

 

Processing methods and purposes.
Personal data provided by users are processed lawfully and fairly, respecting the user’s right to privacy.
Personal data are mainly processed automatically or using computers, with adequate means to ensure data security and confidentiality; in some cases, the processing may even be carried out in paper form, with suitable tools to ensure the same level of security and confidentiality.
Any personal information provided to the Controller shall be used to respond to data subject requests and for purposes related to business activities, such as: entering personal data into the Controller’s databases, issuing quotations or business proposals requested by the user, responding to data subject requests, drawing up internal trade statistics, tax and administration management, or any other purposes specified by law in relation to the information supplied or requested by the data subject.
The Controller is not going to send out newsletters or periodic business communications; however, personal information may be used to send personalised business communications, in line with the data subject’s initial request.

 

Disclosure and dissemination of data.
Personal information may be disclosed to the Controller’s local representatives or distributors and will be processed in the same manner and for the same purposes described in this privacy policy.
An updated list of subjects to whom data may be disclosed is available from the Controller.
The data subject’s personal information may also be disclosed to subjects and authorities when access to data is required by a rule of law or order of a court, to partners and employees as part of their duties and assignments, to the Controller’s consultants (including external consultants) for purposes of administrative, tax or contract management, to post offices or couriers to send documentation or material.

 

Rights of data subjects.
Data subjects have the rights provided under section 7 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003:

  1. A data subject shall have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him/her exist, regardless of their being already recorded, and receive a copy of such data in an intelligible form.
  2. A data subject has the right to receive:
    a) information about the source of personal data;
    b) a description of the methods used and the purposes for which the data are being processed;
    c) an explanation as to how any decisions have been made if the processing was carried out by automated means;
    d) any data identifying the controller, data processors and the designated representative as per Section 5 par. 2;
    e) information about those to whom the data may have been disclosed or who may get to know about said data in their capacity as designated representative(s) within the State, data processor(s) or person(s) in charge of the processing.
  3. The data subject has the right to request:
    a) the updating, rectification and, if they are interested, integration of the information;
    b) erasure, anonymisation or blocking any data processed unlawfully, including where data retention is unnecessary for the purposes for which they have been collected or subsequently processed;
    c) a certification that the operations referred to under par. a) and b) have been notified, also as regards their content, to those to whom the data were communicated or disclosed, except where this is not possible or involves a disproportionate effort compared to the right that is to be protected.
  4. The data subject has the right to object, in whole or in part:
    a) on legitimate grounds, to processing of their personal information, even though it is relevant to the purposes of collection;
    b) to processing of their personal information, where this is done for the purpose of sending advertising material, making direct sales or conducting market or commercial communication surveys.