Privacy Policy

Privacy information pursuant to articles. 13-14 of the European “Privacy” Regulation (GDPR)

The personal data communicated by you are processed by BIOPASTA SRL - Via E. De Nicola, 38 - 85050 TITO (PZ) - +39 339.1195459 for purposes related to the provision of the services requested by you (for example: requesting information, obtaining quotes , make payments, purchase goods and receive them at an address indicated by you, make a reservation, exchange documents).

Furthermore, the data provided by you may be processed only with your explicit consent, in order to send you communications of a commercial nature via email or text message relating to the services offered by the Owner.

In the first case, the legal basis of the processing is the execution of an agreement; in the second case it is consensus. The processing will take place electronically and will be made available to third parties (External Data Processors) within the European Union or in non-EU countries, regularly contracted and which offer adequate security guarantees, necessary for the provision of essential services to satisfy your needs. These External Managers, whose list is available upon request, may belong to categories of subjects who support the Owner in providing the services offered through this site (such as, for example: software developers and website managers, shippers).

The data will be kept for the entire duration of the services requested by you or for longer periods only if required by law. At any time you can exercise the rights provided for in articles 15-22 of the GDPR by contacting the owner of this site.

To modify or delete only the data that you have communicated to us by telephone or email, you can contact us by email at , by telephone at +39 3391195459 or by writing to BIOPASTA SRL - Via E. De Nicola, 38 - 85050 TITO (PZ).

In the event of a request to delete your data, we inform you that it may no longer be possible to continue to provide you with the service requested.

Finally, we inform you that you can lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority if you believe your rights have been violated.