PRIVACY POLICY

Legal disclaimer

CIEMME S.r.l. (hereinafter the "CIEMME") is the owner of the web site www.ciemmemo.it (hereinafter "Website"). All the information found on the Website, including tests, documents, images, graphics, videos, their arrangement and their adaptations on the Website, software and all codes and format script to implement the Website (hereinafter "Contents") are subject to intellectual law and are protected by da copyright and copyright laws (Italian Law no. 633 of 22 April 1941), and therefore the Contents cannot be copied, altered, distributed, published or used on other websites for commercial purposes, without the specific authorisation of CIEMME. The trademarks and logos used on the Website are protected by commercial rights and are registered trademarks of CIEMME S.r.l. or third parties. The information found on the Website is carefully maintained and checked regularly. Nevertheless, the contents may contain errors and may not be complete, accurate or update at all times. CIEMME declines all responsibility for all direct or indirect damages resulting from the consultation of its Website. Access to the Website is free and optional, and when surfing the web pages are not subject to registration, the User declares that he accepts the application of all the laws in force in Italy, where applicable. It is expressly prohibited to make the Web site visible in framing, deep link, and mirroring mode without the specific authorisation of CIEMME. The use of the Website by the User implies the acceptance of the indications in this section and in the Privacy Policy section.

Privacy Policy

The privacy and security of your personal data are very important for CIEMME. This policy shall be published by:
CIEMME S.r.l.
Via Repubblica di San Marino 14
41122 Modena - Italy

VAT# 01640130363.

CIEMME S.r.l. is the data controller and is the responsible for the acquisition, use, transmission, storage and protection of the personal data in compliance with this Privacy Policy and the low in force (Reg. UE/679 of 27 Aprile 2016, General Date Protection Regulation, "GDPR").

Account information collected by CIEMME:

You are requested to provide the following personal data on the forms found on our Website: name, surname, e-mail, phone number object and request. Registration via the website www.ciemmemo.it will enable us to manage the information, so that we may answer any requests you may have.

How do we use your personal data and tor that purposes?


We use your personal data only for the purposes described in this Policy Privacy, unless notified otherwise at the time of collection of the data.
If you are our client, your personal data may be used by CIEMME to fulfil contractual obligations undertaken with you, to respond to requests for action and/or assistance and/or to provide you our services.
It shall be our legitimate interest - pursuant to Recital 47 and art. 6.1, letter f) of the GDPR - to use the data you have provided for direct marketing purposes, without infringing upon your rights and fundamental. This include, for example:
  • The presentation marketing campaigns, contacting you via email or via telephone, to offer you promotion and inform you of products and services;
  • The performance of market research on client satisfaction, also through appointed market agencies (e.g. analysing the percentage of open and click rates);
  • The improvement of our Services, for example, by examining the data on blocked pages or pages that no work visited by user so that problems can be identified and solved and so that we can provide you a better experience.

If you have given your consent to the receipt of the newsletter and/or have expressed an interest in remaining up-to-date on new events we have organised, we will use your details to inform you, via email, of the latest news on CIEMME products and services, by sending you our newsletter.

You can unsubscribe form our marketing services, at any time, pursuant to and in accordance with art.7, paragraph 3, GDPR, by sending a special request to: ciemme@ciemmemo.it

Who can we share your data with?

In the case of registration to events, your data/courses, your data may be processed by approved third-party companies, partners or suppliers of CIEMME, selected for their high level of professionalism and appointed Data Owners.
For how long can we store your data?

With regard to the different processing operations carried out, CIEMME can store your data:
  • in the case of agreement, for the ordinary limitation period of 10 years, starting from the expiry of the agreement;
  • for direct marketing activities, for as a long as you cooperate as a client and/or prospect, until you unsubscribe;
  • until you withdraw your consent, to the receipt our newsletter or, at the latest, until the expiry of the ordinary limitation period of 10 years from the time that you voluntarily provided your data.

How can you protect your data?

You can exercise your rights towards the Data Controller at any time, pursuant to articles 15 et seq. of the GDPR, by contacting ciemme@ciemmemo.it, and:
  • obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning you exist and the communication of such data in intelligible form;
  • obtain information on: a) the purposes and methods of the processing; b) the logic applied to the processing, if the latter is carried out with the help electronic means; c)the entities or categories of entity to whom the personal data may be communicated and who or get to know said data in their capacity as designated representatives in the State’s territory, data processors or people in charge of the processing;
  • also obtain: a) access to the personal data processed by CIEMME; b) the updating, rectification, or when interested, the deletion of the data; c) the portability of the data provided;
  • if you receive the newsletter informing you of our products and our event/courses, you may withdraw your consent at any time, by contacting us by email on ciemme@ciemmemo.it;
  • oppose, either fully or in part, the processing of your data for direct marketing purposes.
  • also make a complaint to a supervisory Authority, in this cases and pursuant to the laws in force.

Last version:18 may 2018