In accordance with article 13 of Legislative Decree no.196 (Personal Data Protection Code), in this page we provide information relative to online personal data collection.
Data controllers and offices in charge of personal data processing
Personal data processing is carried out by A Street Wear srl, having its registered office at Strada del Portone , 61 (TO) Italy (hereafter “A Street”), fully respecting the Legislative Decree no.196/2003.
The data are entered in the A Street databanks and once the person has given his or her consent, apart from the cases provided by article 24 of Legislative Decree no.196/2003 (where no consent to the processing of data is required).
According to this law, data processing will be characterised by correctness, lawfulness and transparency, by enforcing the protection of your confidentiality and your rights. The data controller is A Street.
With reference to A Street, the data processor also in accordance with the article 7 of the Legislative Decree no.196/2003, is Mr Gianfranco Bilanzone.
The data are collected for contractual, commercial, administrative, accounting and statistical purposes, and for the establishment of ordinary commercial contacts. Processing is carried out in the following ways: manually and by electronic means.
The acquired data may be disclosed to shipping agencies, couriers, consultants, in order to carry out the previously mentioned purposes, as well as for future marketing initiatives, advertising, promotion and market research activities. Within A Street, your data may be disclosed to the customer care (as persons in charge of the processing.
Data subject's right
In accordance with the article 7 of the Legislative Decree no.196/2003, the subjects to whom the personal data refers, can at any time, obtain:
- proof about whether or not their data is present in the system
- information about their contents and origin
- their verification or their integration or their updating
- their rectification
In conformity with the same article, the data have the right:
- to ask for their data to be cancelled
- to change their data to anonymous form
- to block the data if processed in violation of the law
- to oppose in any case, for legitimate reasons, to their data being processed.
In order to exercise the above-mentioned rights, it is sufficient to contact the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org