The Neuroscience School of Advanced Studies regards the lawful and correct treatment of personal information as very important and to this end is fully committed to the principles of data protection.
Notice relating to art. 13 Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003 (Personal data protection code)
Source of personal data. The personal data in the possession of the Neuroscience School of Advanced Studies (NSAS) is collected directly from interested parties or from holders of data expressly authorised by said interested parties. All data is handled in accordance with D. Lgs. 196/2003 and with the obligations for confidentiality and security.
1. Purpose of use for data. Personal data is used in the activity of the NSAS for: I. purposes connected with legal obligations, regulations and EU norms, as well as instructions from legally empowered authorities and from supervision and monitoring bodies; II. purposes strictly connected and essential to the management and supply of the NSAS services; the supply of personal data to this end is not obligatory, but refusal to supply said data shall prevent the provision of the services; consent is not required from the interested party for the use of data.
2. Method of data use. In relation to the given purposes, personal data is processed using paper, electronic and data communication means and able to guarantee the security and confidentiality of said data.
Categories of parties to whom data may be communicated. For its activity to be carried out, the NSAS also uses companies, suppliers, bodies, banks or other categories of parties, of which an updated list is kept available at the NSAS premises. The parties which make up the categories to whom data may be communicated use said data in their role as nominated responsible third parties or data holders in compliance with the law, with complete autonomy, separate from the original use of data carried out by the NSAS. A list of parties to whom data may be communicated is supplied by the NSAS upon request.
Rights of the person concerned. The law establishes certain rights for the persons concerned, in particular, the interested party may obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of their personal data, and communication of such data in intelligible form. Persons concerned may also request: to be informed of the source of the data as well as the principals and purposes of use; the cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or the blocking of data used in violation of the law, as well as the update, correction or, if of interest, the integration of data; to object, for legitimate reasons, to the use of data; to stop data use destined for the sending of commercial and publicity material, direct sales or for market research.
Title and responsibility for data processing. The data holder is the Neuroscience School of Advanced Studies with registered offices in 53027 San Quirico d’Orcia (SI), Piazza Chigi 2. The person responsible for data processing is the pro-tempore Director, domiciled for said functions at the legal offices of the NSAS. A list of other persons responsible for internal and external data handling is supplied by the NSAS upon request.
Information and guarantees in the case of purchase made by the acquirer.
Sales of goods and the supply of services are regulated by: - articles 1519-bis ss. of Italian Civil Code (introduced by D.Lgs. n. 24 del of 2.2.2002, which regulates the sale of consumer goods); - D.Lgs. 185 of 22.05.99 (which deals with sales to consumers agreed with a remote contract). In accordance with the above regulations, the consumer has the right to receive the following information from the merchant (in good time, in written form when required and before agreement of the remote contract): (a) the identity of the supplier and, in the case of the contract stipulating advance payment, the address of the supplier; (b) the main characteristics of the goods or services; (c) the price of the goods or services, inclusive of all fees and taxes; (d) delivery costs; (e) method of payment, of the delivery of the goods or the supply of services and of every other form of implementation of the contract; (f) existence of the right to withdraw or of exclusion of the same; (g) means and times of return or withdrawal of goods in the case of the right to withdrawal being exercised; (h) cost of use of remote communication means, when the cost is calculated based on a tariff other than the base tariff; (i) duration of validity of the offer and the price; (l) minimum duration of the contract in the case of contracts for the supply of products or services on a continuous or periodical basis. Exercise of the right to withdrawal by the purchaser, if a "consumer" (physical person who carries out the purchase for purposes not connected with any professional activity carried out). Art. 5 of D.Lgs. 185/1999 states that the consumer may, generally, withdraw from the remotely agreed contract, without penalty and without giving the motive, within a period of ten working days: (a) for goods, from the day of their receipt by the consumer; (b) for services, from the day of agreement of the contract. Where possible, the right to withdrawal is exercised by sending the supplier/merchant (within the established period) a written communication at the geographical address of the supplier/merchant premises, in the form of registered letter with notice of receipt. The communication may be sent, within the same period, by telegram, telex and fax, on condition that it is confirmed via registered letter with notice of receipt within the following 48 hours.