Legal notes and privacy

Access to this website by visitors is subject to the following conditions.
The information, logos, graphics, sounds, images, trademarks and anything else published and / or reproduced on this site are property of Poggini Milton Antiquity since 1953 with registered offices in Piazza Baldaccio, 5 -52031 Anghiari (AR) – Italy.

Reproduction of the contents of this site is only permitted upon written permission of Poggini Milton Antiquity since 1953. It is therefore prohibited to modify, copy, reproduce, distribute, transmit or distribute without permission the content of this site.
In particular, it is forbidden to copy software programs that determine the operation of this site, create programs for such authors, trace and / or use the source code of the programs.
Poggini Milton Antiquity since 1953 does not guarantee the constant updating of the information contained on this site and can not be held liable for any damages, including computer virus infections, that visitor equipment may suffer due to access and / or ‘Interconnect with this site or download (download) its content.
The hyperlinks (links) on this site can target visitors to web pages on sites other than the present. In that case, Poggini Milton Antiquity since 1953 assumes no liability whatsoever with regard to both the content and the content of the sites and the use that third parties can do, as well as any damages caused by or resulting from access to Such sites, interconnection with the same or downloading their content.
Any personal information sent to the site of Poggini Milton Antiquity from 1953 will be treated in accordance with the Privacy Act.
Any non-personal information provided to Poggini Milton Antiquity from 1953 through this site (including suggestions, ideas, drawings, projects, etc.) will confer on the latter the exclusive, unlimited and irrevocable right to use, reproduce, display, perform , Modify, transmit and distribute such non-personal information. The disclosure of this information will automatically result in the transfer, free of charge, of exclusive rights and faculties to Poggini Milton Antichità from 1953. This site applies the legislation in force in the territory of the Italian Republic.

Privacy e Poggini Milton Antichità dal 1953

The treatment of personal data communicated by visitors to Poggini Milton Antiquity from 1953 through this site will take place in the following ways.
Poggini Milton Antiquity since 1953 is the owner of the treatment of personal data by the visitors to this site. We handle personal data exclusively for the purpose of offering an optimal service. We can also use this data to contact you. Under no circumstances will we disclose personal information to third parties. By filling out the forms, you implicitly authorize the processing of personal data in order to facilitate the services offered. We guarantee the protection of personal data, as indicated in the information below.

Such data will be used by Poggini Milton Antiquity from 1953 for the purposes for which the person to whom this data refers has given his consent. Anyone who has provided his personal data to Poggini Milton Antiquity since 1953, authorizing the treatment for a particular end, will have the right, at any time, to exercise the rights contained in the Personal Data Protection Code (D.Lgs.196 / 2003), art. 7 by contacting in writing and by certified email Poggini Milton Antiquity since 1953, Piazza Baldaccio, n ° 5 52031 Anghiari (AR).
Poggini Milton Antiquity since 1953, through this site, detects anonymous data and information (browser type, geographic location, date and time) that it processes to get the best site management and optimization, for statistical purposes and to gather more information about its products And their consumption.

Such information may reside on servers located in Italy or abroad (EU or US) but will not in any case be communicated by the holder or its managers to third parties or used to contact the site visitors without their request or consent.
The communication of personal data relating to a minor must be carried out by a parent or a person exercising authority over the minor.

Article 7. (Right of access to personal data and other rights)

1. With regard to the processing of personal data, the data subject shall have the right: a) to know, by means of free access to the register referred to in Article 31, paragraph 1 (a), the existence of data processing that may concern him; (B) to be informed of the matters referred to in Article 7 (4) (a), (b) and (h); C) to obtain, without delay, by the holder or the person in charge:
1. the confirmation of the existence or not of personal data concerning him, even if not yet registered, and the communication in the intelligible form of the same data and their origin, as well as of the logic and the purposes on which the treatment is based; The request may be renewed, except for the existence of justified reasons, with a minimum of ninety days;
2) the cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or the blocking of data processed in violation of law, including those for which there is no need for conservation in relation to the purposes for which the data was collected or subsequently processed;
3) update, rectification or, if you are interested, data integration;
4) Attestation that the operations referred to the numbers
2) and 3) have been made aware, including in terms of their content, of those to whom the data have been communicated or disseminated, except where such fulfillment appears impossible or involves the use of obviously disproportionate means The protected right; D) to object, in whole or in part, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of personal data concerning him, even though they are relevant to the purpose of collection; E) to oppose, in whole or in part, the processing of personal data concerning him or her, intended for commercial or advertising purposes or for direct marketing or for the conduct of market research or interactive commercial communication; and To be informed by the holder, not later than the time when the data are communicated or disseminated, of the possibility of exercising that right free of charge.

2. For each request referred to in paragraph 1 (c), number 1), the party concerned may be asked, where the existence of the data concerned is not confirmed, a cost contribution not exceeding the costs actually incurred, In accordance with the terms and within the limits established by the regulation referred to in Article 33, paragraph 3. 3. The rights referred to in paragraph 1 relating to personal data concerning deceased persons may be exercised by anyone who is interested.

4. In exercising the rights referred to in paragraph 1, the person concerned may, in writing, delegate or procure to a natural person or association.

5. The profession of journalist’s trade secret remains strictly limited to the source of the news.