Privacy Notice pursuant to Article 13, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 – Contact Us Section


For Srl your privacy is very important, for this reason personal data are collected and processed, with mainly electronic methods and specific measures to keep them safe.

Below you will find the methods and information on the processing of your personal data in relation to

This information is provided pursuant to EU Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of personal data and the subsequent national adjustment legislation (hereinafter “GDPR”).

  1. Who is the owner?

The data controller is: EDI.IT s.r.l. (hereinafter EDI), with registered office in piazza G.G. Belli, 2, 00153 Rome (RM) who can be contacted at the following e-mail address

  1. What personal data do we collect and why?

The personal data that Edi processes are those provided, in this case, when filling in the “contact us” form. We collect identification data (name, e-mail and telephone number).

Your information may be processed for the following purposes:

  1. respond to a contact request to receive information on the services provided by the owner
  2. invitation, also via email, to participate in training courses, conferences, exhibitions and other events, including by teleconference or in other ways through online platforms, on the subject of innovation and digitalization of companies, as well as sending the related information and promotional material for the services offered by EDI, sending of informative material in general, newsletters, sending, also via email, of promotional material and information of interest to the data controller.
  1. What is the legal basis?

For the purposes referred to in point 1, the legal basis is the fulfillment of a pre-contractual measure for which, therefore, the provision of consent by the interested party is not required.

For point 2, however, since it is a promotional activity, it is necessary that the user, if he wishes, give his consent

  1. Who will process your personal data?

Your personal data are processed by duly trained staff of the owner. For organizational and functional needs relating to the provision of services, your data may be processed by third parties, our suppliers and partners.

The latter have been selected and chosen by our company for their proven reliability and safety, among the best on the market. Some of these subjects may also be based in non-EU countries and, in these cases, the transfer of your personal data to these countries is carried out in compliance with the guarantees provided by law.

  1. How long are the data kept?

Your personal data are kept for a limited period of time, based on the purposes for which they were collected, at the end of which they will be deleted or otherwise rendered anonymous in an irreversible form.

The data collected when completing the “contact us” form (purpose 1) will be kept for the time necessary to process your request.

The data collected, by virtue of express consent, for marketing purposes will be kept for 24 months from the release of the latter.

  1. Communication and dissemination of data to third parties

Your personal data will be processed by our internal staff duly trained and authorized to process.

Your personal data may also be transmitted to third parties that we use to provide our services; these subjects have been adequately selected and offer a suitable guarantee of compliance with the rules on the processing of personal data.

These subjects have been designated as data processors and carry out their activities according to the instructions given.

The third parties in question belong to the following categories: site manager, banking operators, internet providers, companies specialized in IT and telematic services, couriers, agencies that carry out marketing activities, companies specialized in market research and data processing.

Your data may be transmitted to the police forces and to the judicial and administrative authorities, in accordance with the law, for the detection and prosecution of crimes, the prevention and protection from threats to public security, to allow us to exercise or defend a right in court, as well as for other reasons related to the protection of the rights and freedoms of others.

  1. Transfer of data to non-EU countries

If personal data are transferred to countries outside the European Union, the transfers will take place in compliance with the provisions established by the GDPR in order to ensure an adequate level of protection. In particular, the transfers will take place through the conclusion of Standard Contractual Clauses approved by the European Commission, a copy of which can be obtained by means of a specific request to be sent to the contact details contained in this information.

  1. Your rights

Pursuant to the GDPR, at any time you can obtain confirmation of the existence or not of your personal data in our possession, even if not yet registered, and their communication in an intelligible form.

You can also: withdraw your consent to the processing, know the origin of your personal data in our possession and how they are used, request their updating, rectification or integration as well as, in the cases provided for by the provisions in force, cancellation, limitation of the treatment or oppose their treatment. If you wish, you can request to receive the personal data in our possession in a structured, commonly used and legible format and, where technically possible, we can transfer your data directly to a third party indicated by you. If you believe that the processing of your personal data has been carried out illegitimately, you can lodge a complaint with one of the competent supervisory authorities for compliance with the rules on personal data protection. In Italy, the complaint can be presented to the Guarantor for the Protection of Personal Data ( This information may undergo changes and additions over time, we therefore invite you to periodically check its contents. Where possible, we will try to inform you promptly of the changes made.

To exercise your rights, you can send a communication to the address of the owner or write to the address

  1. Complaints

You can send a complaint if you consider the response provided by the Data Controller to be unsatisfactory or if the same has not intervened.

In Italy, the complaint can be presented to the Guarantor for the Protection of Personal Data.

More information on the methods of presentation are available on the website of the Guarantor, at the address