In this page, we describe the methods of managing the website concerning the processing of personal data of users who consult it. This information is also inspired by Recommendation No. 2/2001 that the European data protection authorities, gathered in the Working Party established by Article 29 of Directive No. 95/46/EC, adopted on May 17, 2001, to identify some minimum requirements for the collection of personal data online. It specifies the methods, times, and nature of the information that data controllers must provide to users when they connect to web pages, regardless of the purposes of the connection.

Pursuant to Article 13, and considering Articles 23 and 24 of Legislative Decree No. 196 dated June 30, 2003, we inform you that:

Source of Data: The personal data of you, your company, or your organization were provided by you when you made requests for information by filling out the website’s form.

Purpose of Processing: The above-mentioned data is collected, recorded, arranged, stored, and used to provide responses to customer inquiries and to make commercial proposals to customers who wish to receive them.

Processing Methods: The above-mentioned processing may be carried out both by paper and by automated means, located at the address in Fraz. N.S. delle Grazie 88, 12040 S.Stefano Roero (CN), by the Data Controller.

Exclusion of Sensitive Data Processing: None of the data in our possession can be attributed to the definitions of “sensitive data” or “judicial data” referred to in letters d) and e) of Article 4 of the aforementioned Legislative Decree. If you transmit any such data, we will promptly delete it unless we have your explicit written consent.

Nature of Providing Data: Providing the data is optional; any refusal may result in the inability to use your data and to follow up on your requests.

Scope of Data Communication and Disclosure: Personal data entered in the form will not be disclosed, nor will it be made known to undetermined persons, in any possible form, including that of making it available or simply consulting it. They may also be communicated to subjects authorized to access them by law, regulations, and community regulations and, within the limits strictly necessary, to subjects who, for purposes related to the execution of existing contractual relationships with you or for the establishment of new contractual relationships, must supply us with goods and/or perform services on our behalf. The complete list of categories of subjects to whom the data may be communicated is available at the Data Controller’s office.

Subjects Carrying Out the Processing: The persons who may process data within Bertero Mario are the data processing officers of the company, as well as the data controllers.

Duration of Processing: Your data will be kept and processed for the time necessary to fulfill the purposes indicated. Subsequently, they will only be kept for the time established by the current civil and tax regulations.

Rights of the Data Subject: At any time, you, your company, or your organization can exercise the rights referred to in Article 7 of Legislative Decree No. 196 dated June 30, 2003, or access your personal data to know how it is used, obtain its deletion, correction, modification, updating, integration, or oppose its processing by writing to the following address: Bertero Mario – Fraz. N.S. delle Grazie 88, 12040 S.Stefano Roero (CN). Requests can also be addressed to the Data Controller and/or the Electronic Equipment Manager of Bertero Mario via email:

Article 7 (Right to Access Personal Data and Other Rights)

The data subject has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or non-existence of personal data concerning him, even if not yet recorded, and their communication in an intelligible form. The data subject has the right to obtain the indication of:

  • The origin of personal data.
  • The purposes and methods of processing.
  • The logic applied in case of processing carried out with the aid of electronic instruments.
  • The identifying details of the data controller, data processors, and the designated representative pursuant to Article 5, paragraph 2.
  • The subjects or categories of subjects to whom the personal data may be communicated or who may become aware of it as a designated representative in the territory of the State, data processors, or persons in charge.

The data subject has the right to obtain:

  • Updating, rectification, or, when interested, integration of data.
  • Deletion, transformation into anonymous form, or blocking of data processed in violation of the law, including data that does not need to be kept for the purposes for which it was collected or subsequently processed.
  • The attestation that the operations referred to in letters a) and b) have been brought to the attention

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Why Do We Use Cookies?

We use cookies to provide users with a browsing experience tailored as much as possible to their tastes and preferences. Cookies are also used to optimize the performance of the website: they make it easier to quickly search for specific content within the site. In order to protect personal data from possible loss and any form of unlawful processing, “Bertero Carpenteria” has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures.

Do We Use Third-Party Cookies?

Yes, we use third-party cookies for sharing on some of the major social networks and/or using plugins/widgets (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, LinkedIn, Pinterest). For more information about the logic and methods of processing data collected by social networks, users are invited to read the privacy information provided by the entities that provide these services:

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