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Subject: Policy, pursuant to art. 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 – European Parliament and Council 27th April 2016 (General Data Protection Regulation)
The legislation in question regulates the protection of personal data and imposes a series of obligations on those who carry out processing of the aforementioned data. One of the obligations to be respected is to inform the person to whom the data refer.

Given the foregoing, in relation to the spontaneous sending of your contact request:
Please be informed of the following:

  1. Identity and contact details of the data controller

Ananai comunicazione S.r.l.,  VAT number 08309190968, Piazza Ferdinando Simonis, 3 – 43126 Parma, Tel. +390521462428,

  1. Identity and contact details of the data protection officer

Mr. Michele Tarantino, Tax code TRNMHL92C23I462A  Shareholder of Protendo Soc. Coop.,VAT number 03842880365, e-mail:

  1. Purpose of the processing for which the personal data are intended and legal basis for the processing

The personal data concerning you and/or your Referents that will be requested or that will be communicated by you or by third parties, are necessary to carry out the appropriate checks to verify qualifications and service certificates prior to this employment relationship.
The legal basis that justifies the processing is determined in the contract and in pre-contractual measures (Article 6, letter C).
The Data Controller will process the personal data received only for the purposes of personnel selection and evaluation of the candidate profile in relation to the open positions.

  1. Nature of personal data
    Only the identification data used for the purposes indicated in chapter 3, are subject to processing.

They are defined as “particular” pursuant to art. 9 EU Reg. 2016/679, the data suitable for revealing racial or ethnic origin, religious, philosophical or other beliefs, political opinions, membership of parties, trade unions, associations or organisations of a religious, philosophical, political or trade union nature, the state of health and the sexual life.

The personal data collected are inherent, by way of example but not

limited to: school curriculum, criminal record, membership of

professional bodies, employment certificates, references, reasons relating to the termination of previous work activities, exposure on the web, previous salaries, commercial information, presence

of any civil actions, bankruptcies, etc.

  1. Recipients or categories of recipients of personal data

The data in question, for exclusive organisational reasons, will be brought to the attention of the subjects designated as data processors and persons in charge of processing, i.e. employees and collaborators of the undersigned company, for the accomplishment of the purposes referred to in chapter 3.
Personal data will not be disclosed in any way unless you explicitly authorise it.

  1. Transfer of personal data to a third country or an international organisation

It should be noted that the aforementioned data are not subject to transfer to a third country or to an international organisation.

  1. Retention period of personal data / criteria used to determine this period

Personal data will be kept for 12 months and then destroyed.

  1. Rights that can be exercised

Please note and remember that, in addition to being able to lodge a complaint with the Supervisory Authority, you can exercise a series of rights, provided for by current legislation which, in summary, are shown below: art. 15 – right to access by the data subject; art. 16 – right to rectification; art. 17 – right to erasure (“right to be forgotten”); art. 18 – right to restriction of processing; art. 20 – right to data portability; art. 21 – right to object; art. 22 – right not to be subjected to automated decision-making, including profiling.
For their better understanding, the above quoted articles are reported in full in Annex 1.
The aforementioned rights may be exercised (through the attached form called “Form of the data subject rights”) by sending a registered letter with return receipt or an e-mail or a certified e-mail to the addresses referred to in the previous chapter 1.

  1. Optional nature of the provision

The provision of personal data is optional but, as it is easy to understand, the same are essential to fulfil the processing referred to in chapter 3. The refusal to provide personal data makes it impossible to establish any relationship.

We welcome the opportunity to extend our best regards.

Signed by the Legal Representative

Rights exercisable by the data subject pursuant to Reg. EU 2016/679
Form of the data subject rights