The Customer must carefully read the following information relating to the protection of privacy: the rules governing the website’s privacy policy apply whenever a Customer accesses the website and decides to navigate within it and to use the services offered, independently of any purchase of Products. The privacy policy of Map srl (hereinafter ‘Map’) is in compliance with the report referred to in article 13 of Legislative Decree 196/2003, known as "Code relating to the processing of personal data” for users accessing the website and interacting with the web services of Map. The website contains links to other websites which may not be linked with it, and it should be noted that these General Conditions are valid for this website alone and not for the other websites managed by other website proprietors which Map does not control or monitor and to which the user gains access using links. Therefore Map is not responsible for any errors, content, cookies, immoral or illegal material, advertising, banners or files associated with websites not managed by the website proprietor Map and which do not comply with the rules in force or the rules governing the protection of privacy.
Data controller and data processor
The data controller is Map srl with registered office in Via Cesare Battisti, 44 – 62018 Potenza Picena MC – P.IVA 00910850437. The personal data provided by the Customer may be transmitted to third parties exclusively for the purposes of carrying out the services requested and institutional activities or activities associated with the activity carried out. The data handled by Map may be used, in particular: a) for purposes associated with legal obligations or envisaged by regulations and by community rules and by provisions applied by authorities legally entitled to do so. b) for the purchase of the Products using the appropriate order form; c) for the processing of an order; d) for provision of assistance and customer care services; e) for registration on the website using the appropriate registration form, in order to access services in the reserved area. f) for purposes associated with the business activities of Map for which one is entitled to consent or withhold one’s consent to the processing of data such as, for instance: the forwarding of publicity material, news, the use of data for statistical purposes and for the creation of consumer profiles. In relation to the aforementioned purposes, the data processing shall occur through officials in charge using information and communications technology and using software processing and archiving of data on a database. Data processing methods are all subject to criteria and principles that are strictly connected with and correlated to these purposes and in all events they guarantee the privacy and safety of the data itself.
Compulsory or non-compulsory nature of the information requested and the data gathered
The Customer’s personal data is requested and gathered and its provision by the Customer for the purposes indicated at letters a), b), c), d) and e) is obligatory. Therefore the refusal to grant consent will prevent conclusion of the contract or the carrying out by Map of the Customer's requests for the available services. The failure to give one’s consent to the non-compulsory data processing for the purposes referred to at letter f) will not have any detrimental consequences. To facilitate the identification of the obligatory data, the relevant field will be marked with an asterisk (*).
Subjects and categories of subjects to which the data may be communicated
In order to fulfil the contractual obligations assumed, and also to facilitate the carrying out of the services provided, Map collaborates with external companies which carry out activities strictly connected with and instrumental to the fulfilment and execution of the contracts concluded and of the services provided such as, for instance: Management of client archives; Customer relations; Transport and shipping firms connected with the delivery of merchandise and customs procedures; Banks for the management of encashments and payments; Financial administrations and other entities in fulfilment of regulatory requirements; Companies and law offices for the protection of rights relating to contract relations; Independent professionals for the processing of administrative-accounting requirements; Postal services; Companies connected with Map for purposes of market analysis, marketing and communications activities. The processing of data by these subjects is therefore intended to give effect to the instructions of Customers and/or the process of archiving on computerised supports. Moreover, the data may be communicated to all subjects to whom communication is a requirement under the law.
Customer Rights
The Customer is entitled to access the following information under Article 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003: 1. Confirmation of the existence or otherwise of personal data of relevance to him/her, even if it has not yet been registered, and communication of such data in a form that is intelligible. 2. Indication: a) of the origin of the personal data; b) of the purposes and procedures of the data processing; c) of the policy pursued in the event of a processing of data carried out with the help of electronic supports; d) of the identifying data of the data controller, the data processors and of the representative designated under Art. 5, para. 2; e) of those subjects or categories of subjects to which the personal data may be communicated or which may gain knowledge of such data in the capacity of designated representative in the territory of the State, of managers or of appointees. 3. The interested party is entitled to obtain: a) the updating, correction or (where of interest to him/her) the supplementation of the data; b) the cancellation or transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data handled in infringement of the law, including data not required to be preserved for the purposes for which the data was initially gathered or subsequently processed; c) the declaration that the operations referred to at letters a) and b) have, also in regard to their content, been brought to the attention of those to whom the data has been communicated or transmitted, save where this proves impossible or involves the use of means or resources which are manifestly out of proportion to the right protected. 4. The interested party is entitled, wholly or in part, to oppose: a) the processing of personal data relevant to him/her for legitimate reasons, even though it is relevant to the purpose of the data gathering; b) the processing of personal data relevant to him/her for purposes of transmission of advertising material or direct sale or market research or commercial communication.