Coscia Law firm considers data privacy a fundamental component of professional activity.
In the context of this Information, the terms “we” or “our” can refer to the entire law firm or to each of the individual professionals who collaborate with it.
We at the law firm manage personal data within the European Union. Our activities are carried out in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union (EU) no. 2016/679 (GDPR), a legislative act directly binding on the Member States. The GDPR protects the fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals, in particular the right to the protection of personal data.
Lawyer Marco Coscia is the owner of the data and he will determine the purposes and tools for processing personal data.
By personal data we mean all the information relating to an identified or identifiable person. Personal data includes all types of information which, directly or indirectly, identify a person, such as name, surname, date of birth, postal address, email address, telephone number, etc.
In addition, we also collect data from your computer, phone, tablet or other device that you use to access our services. This includes the IP address, the browser you use and the language settings. We may also receive information about you through third parties or automatically collect others.
- The processing of personal data must take place in an honest, transparent and law-abiding way.
- The collection of personal data must be carried out for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes. The collected data cannot be further processed for purposes other than those envisaged.
- The collection of personal data must be adequate, relevant and limited to the purposes for which it is processed.
- Personal data must be collected precisely and must be updated whenever necessary.
- All reasonable measures must be taken to ensure that personal data, in the event that it proves incorrect in consideration of the purposes for which it is processed, is deleted or corrected without undue delay.
- Personal data must be stored in a form that allows identification of the data subjects for a period of time not exceeding that necessary to pursue the purposes for which the same data were processed.
- All personal data must be kept confidential and kept in order to guarantee adequate security;
- Personal data must not be shared with third parties unless sharing is necessary to allow Coscia Law firm to provide the services requested by the user himself.
- The user has the right to request access, correction or deletion of their personal data, as well as limit their treatment, or oppose their processing or claim portability.
COLLECTION AND USE OF PERSONAL DATA
The user who wishes to use our services and communicate some information to us, may be required to provide personal data in order to allow us to act and improve our services and our company.
Personal data can be provided through the website, mobile applications, email, any other digital solution or software supported by us, ordinary mail or telephone. All personal data are collected in compliance with the GDPR. We will process personal data to the extent necessary for the pursuit of a clear, specific and legitimate purpose or for purposes provided for by the law in force in the places where we operate.
We mainly collect personal data such as names, surnames, dates of birth, postal addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers, passport / identity card numbers and tax codes.
- Log data and device information. We automatically collect log data and device information when a user accesses and uses the website even if he has not created an account or has not logged in. This information includes, among other things: information on how the user has used the online Platform (including links to third-party applications on which the user has clicked), IP address, date and time of access, information on hardware and software, device information, information on device events, unique identifiers, crash data, cookies, and the pages viewed by the user before or after using the Platform.
We can collect certain information by automated means using technologies such as cookies, web beacons, pixels, browser analysis tools, server logs and mobile device identifiers. In many cases, the information we collect using cookies and other tools is used in unidentifiable forms and without references to personal information.
For example, we may use the information we collect to better understand website traffic patterns and optimize the experience of our website. In some cases we associate the information we collect using cookies and other technologies with your personal data. Our business partners may also use these tracking technologies on the Platform or involve third parties to monitor user behavior on our behalf.
We collect this personal data to provide the following services: Information Service
They are also used for:
- Customer support: through our local office we offer customer support. Sharing your relevant data, such as booking information or user account information, with our global customer support, allows us to be at your disposal when you need us.
- Marketing activities: we also use your information for marketing activities.
In addition, we collect personal data for other purposes such as statistics, administration and communication, IT and security administration, physical security, authorization and authentication systems, support systems, collaboration for internal projects and organization of groups and activities.
USE OF PERSONAL DATA
We will only use personal data for the purposes for which it is collected and we will keep this data only for the period necessary for the pursuit of these purposes. We may keep the information for the entire period of time in which the account is active or for the time necessary to provide our services (including for the maintenance of the online user account, if created), to comply with our legal obligations, to resolve disputes with any party and, if necessary, to allow us to carry out our business, including to prevent and reveal fraud or other illegal activities or for any other aforementioned purpose. Access to personal information is strictly limited to the staff of the Coscia Law firm in possession of the appropriate authorizations and in view of a real commercial need.
Cookies are small text files placed on the user’s device that monitor the routes and preferences. Our cookies do not contain information that can directly identify people.
- Technical cookies: we want to offer our visitors a cutting-edge and easy-to-use site that automatically adapts to their needs and desires. To make this happen, we use technical cookies to allow you to view our website, make it work properly, create your account, log in and manage your reservations. Technical cookies are essential for the proper functioning of our site.
- Analytical cookies: we use analytical cookies to better understand how our visitors use the COSCIA LAW FIRM site, to understand what works and what does not, to optimize and improve the site, to measure the effectiveness of marketing and communications and to ensure that the platforms are always interesting and relevant. The data we obtain includes the web pages you visit, the exit and entry pages, the type of platform, which e-mails you have opened and information on the date and time.
This type of cookie also allows us to know how you interact with the site, for example through the number of clicks you make on a specific page, mouse movements, scrolling, words searched and texts entered in the various fields. We also use analytical cookies in the context of our online advertising campaigns, to understand how users interact with our site or apps following the display of an online advertisement, including advertising on third-party sites. Our business partners may also use analytical cookies to find out if their users take advantage of the offers integrated on their sites.
- Commercial cookies: we use our and third-party cookies to insert personalized advertising on our and other websites. This practice is called “retargeting” and is based on browsing activities, such as the destinations you have searched for, the structures you have viewed and the prices that have been shown to you.
SHARING OF PERSONAL DATA
The transfer of personal data to third parties takes place exclusively under the conditions specified below:
- whether the user has given consent;
- whether it occurs for purposes strictly related to those for which the data were collected;
- whether required by law, administrative obligations or by order of a court;
- whether is necessary to initiate or protect claims or for defense in legal disputes;
- whether is necessary to satisfy legitimate requests from public authorities, as well as to fulfill obligations deriving from national security reasons or from the application of the law;
- whether is necessary to prevent abuse or other illegal activities, such as intentional attacks, or to ensure data security.
SECURITY OF DATA PROCESSING
The security of users’ personal data is very important to us. We rely on specific procedures to prevent unauthorized access to data, in addition to their improper use.
We use specific systems and procedures in the sector to safeguard the personal data you provide us. We also rely on security procedures and physical technical limitations in order to prevent access and use of personal data contained on our servers. Only authorized personnel can access personal data while carrying out their work.
We will process your personal data securely, apply and maintain appropriate and generally accepted standards of technical and organizational means in order to protect personal data from destruction – accidental or unlawful – loss, alteration, disclosure or unauthorized access, with particular attention to the processing that involves the transmission of data via a network. We will protect the data from any form of illegal processing. Any question about the security of personal data can be sent directly to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
RIGHTS ON DATA PROTECTION
The user has the right to request access, rectification and deletion of personal data, as well as deny or limit its processing. The user also has the right to data portability, at any time. In order to help us keep personal data up to date, we invite the user to inform us of any changes or discrepancies. To view and / or modify personal data, receive information about the duration of the period during which Coscia Law Firm intends to keep personal data, for other questions on access to personal data, or, if the user is interested in knowing if we hold or process your personal data on behalf of third parties, the same can contact us at the following email address email@example.com. The user will receive a response within a reasonable period of time.
COMMERCIAL EMAILS AND PREFERENCES ON ADVERTISING
With prior consent, we are authorized to send emails for commercial purposes. This consent must be free, informed and unambiguous. These requirements are met when the box dedicated to receiving commercial emails is checked (active consent).
The user will always have the right to object, on request and free of charge, to the processing of their personal data for direct marketing purposes, without having to provide any justification. You can do this through the “Unsubscribe” link at the bottom of our commercial emails, or by contacting us at the email address. If the user opposes the receipt of these emails, personal data will no longer be processed for direct marketing purposes.
Commercial emails contain information that we believe may be of interest to the user, such as the latest news regarding our products and services.
The user has the right to compile a complaint concerning the processing of his personal data by us. All requests and complaints will be handled in a reasonable time by the Data Protection Officer in accordance with internal procedures.
Complaints can be sent to Coscia Law Firm by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the unlikely event that the user considers our way of processing personal data in contrast to the GDPR, the same can submit a complaint directly to the Privacy Authority.