The Data Controller of your personal data is Esaote S.p.A, Via Enrico Melen 77, Genoa (hereinafter also “Esaote”or the “Company”).
Data Protection Officer
We inform you that the Company has appointed a Data Protection Officer (also “DPO”) to supervise and advise the Data Controller on the proper handling of personal data of data subjects. The contact information for the DPO is as follows: email@example.com
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Obligation to provide data
The personal data processed through the installation of technical and first party analytical cookies are necessary to ensure proper navigation within the site.
It is optional to give consent to the installation of third-party analytical cookies. Your personal data will be processed through the installation of such cookies only with your express consent in the manner indicated above.
Data may be communicated to external subjects operating as independent data controllers, for example: authorities and supervisory and control bodies and, in general, public or private subjects entitled to request the Data. Furthermore, the Data may be processed, on behalf of the Data Controller, by external parties designated as data processors (pursuant to Article 28 of the GDPR), who perform specific activities on behalf of the Data Controller, for example, companies that perform the management and/or maintenance service of the Company’s website, but also parties that provide services for the management of the information system and telecommunications networks.
Persons authorized to process data
Data may be processed by the employees of the company departments assigned to pursue the purposes indicated above, who have been expressly authorized to process the data and have received adequate operating instructions.
Transfer of personal data to countries outside the European Union
The data collected using Google cookies may be transferred outside the European Union in accordance with the provisions of Articles 45 and 46 of the GDPR.
Rights of the data subject
By contacting the Privacy Office of Esaote, by mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, to the kind attention of the Privacy Officer, data subjects can ask the data controller for access to their data, deletion of data, rectification of inaccurate data, integration of incomplete data, restriction of processing in the cases provided for by art. 18 GDPR, and may also object to their processing, for reasons related to their particular situation, in the event of legitimate interest of the data controller.
Where processing is based on consent or on contract and is carried out by automated means, data subjects also have the right to receive the data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and, if technically feasible, to transmit them to another data controller without hindrance.
Data subjects have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority in the Member State in which they usually reside or work or in the State in which the alleged breach occurred.