1. Purpose of the processing
The personal details you provide to Ferrari SpA and BCD Meetings & Events (together the “Companies”) will be used:
(i) to manage your registration and access to the 'www.ferrariF1club.com' website;
(ii) for the management and execution of your purchase orders;
(iii) to allow you to take advantage of services, contents and activities especially reserved to registered users;
(iv) to allow you to take advantage of the assistance services and/or after-sales warranties;
(v) to reply to any of your requests and for technical/organisational communications.
Furthermore, provided your separate and specific consent hereto, your personal data may also be used for market surveys and researches, and for marketing activities, such as the invoice of commercial information, newsletter, advertising materials and/or offers of goods and services using regular mail, internet, telephone, fax, e-mail, MMS, SMS.
2. Processing means and methods
Your personal data will be processed on paper, electronically, by computer and/or telematics solely using methods, procedures and organizational means strictly necessary to the purposes outlined under point 1.
3. Providing personal data and consequences of a possible refusal
Providing your personal details is voluntary. However, your refusal and/or providing incorrect or incomplete information might result in the impossibility for you to register to the www.ferrarif1club.com website and/or from benefiting of the related contents and services, as well as in the impossibility for the Companies to manage and/or execute your purchase orders or any other services for which it is necessary to process your personal data.
4. Communication and sharing of personal data
Within the Companies your personal data may be disclosed to the executives, board members or other administrative board, employees, especially employees who develop the products, deal with customer care services or marketing activities, manage the website and technical maintenance, the Data Controller, the Data Processing Manager and, in any event, the person in charge of the data processing.
Your personal data may be communicated to the following persons and/or entities for the purposes mentioned above: holding companies, subsidiaries, controlled , controlling and/or associated companies external consultancy companies entrusted with IT support and/or the management and/or handling of our websites and the electronic and/or telematic instruments we use; qualified subjects such as, for example, banks, firms and insurance companies, suppliers and sub-contractors who supply the Company with assistance and services used for the management of your purchase order and/or after sales services, for carrying out of statistic and market surveys, for the organization of promotional events, for sending sales communications, other consultants and advisors such as attorneys, tax experts and accountants; to every other person and/or entity to whom the personal data must be communicated according to a specific legal provision. Your personal information may be transferred abroad, in accordance with the current regulations including in Countries not belonging to the European Union where the Companies work in its own interest.
5. Disclosure of Personal Data
Your personal information will not be divulged.
6. Conservation of the personal data
The personal data voluntarily provided to the Companies – and particularly also sensitive information – will be held for no longer that it is necessary for the objectives stated under point 1.
7. Rights of the interested person
In relation to the aforementioned data processing, you may exercise the following rights, as foreseen in art. 7 of the Legal Decree of 30.6.2003, no. 196, the content of which is reproduced hereinafter:
" art. 7 –RIGHT TO ACCESS TO PERSONAL DATA AND OTHER RIGHTS
1. The interested party has the right to receive confirmation of the existence or not of personal data of which he is subject, even if not yet registered, and communication of the same in intelligible form.
2. The interested party has the right to receive indication:
a) of the origin of the personal data;
b) of the purpose and conditions of the processing;
c) of the logic applied in the processing carried out with the use of electronic instruments;
d) of the Controller, the Data Processing Manager and the Representative appointed under the terms of article 5, paragraph 2;
e) of subjects or subject categories to whom your personal data may be communicated or who may become aware of the same, as designated representative within the Italian State, data processing manager or as staff.
3. The interested party has the right to:
a) update, correct or, when of interest, integrate the data;
b) cancel, transform into anonymous form or blocking the processing of personal data in breach of the law, including any personal data whose retention is not required for the purposes for which the data was gathered or successively processed;
c) confirmation that the operations provided for under letters a) and b) of paragraph 3 have been brought to the attention of the individuals to whom the data have been communicated or with whom they have been shared, unless this proves impossible or involves the use of means which are disproportionate to the right involved.
4. The interested party has the right to object in part or wholly:
a) for legitimate reasons, to the processing of his personal data, despite the fact that they are pertinent to the purpose for which they were gathered;
b) to the processing of his personal data for the purpose of contacting the same for advertising materials, direct sales or the realization of market research or sales communication.”
8. Data Controllers
The Data Controllers are:
Ferrari S.p.A., the registered office of which is in Via Emilia Est, n° 1163, Modena (Italy), premises in via Abetone Inferiore 4, 41053 Maranello-MO (Italy), and
BCD Meetings & Events, the registered office of which is in BCD Meetings & Events
Any request in relation to personal information processed by Ferrari S.p.A. and/or BCD Meetings & Events may therefore be addressed to the following electronic address customercare@FerrariF1club.com
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