This page provides information concerning the processing of personal data of users who browse this website. The information provided does not concern other sites, pages or online services accessible via hypertext links referring to resources external to the domain peppol.agid.gov.it.
More specific policies are provided or referenced for specific services.
AGID – Agenzia per l’Italia digitale
Address: Via Liszt 21 - 00144 Rome, Italy
PEC address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact details of the Data Protection Officer
Address: Via Liszt 21 - 00144 Rome, Italy
Email address: email@example.com
Italian Data Protection Authority
Categories, sources, and purposes of personal data processing
During their normal operation, the ICT systems and software procedures used to operate the website acquire, through technical cookies or automatic logs, personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols.
These data, necessary for the use of the web services, are processed exclusively for the technical management of the site.
Cookies and other tracking systems
Cookies are small text files that the website sends to the user’s terminal, where they are stored, and then retransmitted to the same website on the next visit.
This site uses:
analytics cookies used to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the website
The cookies used by the website do not allow any identification or profiling of the user, who can, in any case, choose to enable or disable cookies, by appropriately settings their navigation browser according to the instructions made available by the relevant suppliers as follows:
This website uses the following third-party services:
Data provided by the data subjects
Sending messages to the contact addresses advertised on the website involves the acquisition of all personal data voluntarily included by the sender in the text of their communication, processed for the sole purpose of the requested response. Personal data are processed for institutional activities related to the role of AGID as national PEPPOL Authority. As far as the email box assistenzaPEPPOL@agid.gov.it is concerned, AGID is supported by Intercent-ER, Agenzia per lo sviluppo dei mercati telematici of the Emilia-Romagna Region, as a data processor pursuant to art. 28 of the Regulation.
Legal basis for the processing
The legal basis is identified in the execution of the tasks of public interest or in any case connected to the exercise of public powers by AGID, pursuant to article 14-bis of Legislative Decree no. 82/2005 (“Codice dell’Amministrazione Digitale”), as well as in AGID’s role as national PEPPOL Authority. AGID, indeed, is the Italian national PEPPOL Authority as a result of joining OpenPEPPOL, an international association whose members belong to both the public and private sectors and which is responsible for developing and maintaining the PEPPOL technical specifications, building blocks, services, and implementation across Europe.
Categories of processors of personal data
AGID will process personal data independently through its own staff.
The personal data processors are also providers of technical and telematic services if they are designated as such.
AGID, as national PEPPOL Authority, does not transfer any personal data to third countries or to international organisations.
Retention period of personal data
Browsing data are deleted immediately after the related statistical processing and, in any case, are not kept for more than 15 days from the time of collection, without prejudice to any need for the detection of crimes by the judicial authority.
The personal data provided by the data subjects are kept for the time strictly needed for the management and feedback of the communication received.
Rights of the data subjects
Data subjects have the right to obtain access, correction or cancellation access to their personal data, the limitation of the related processing, the right to object and the right to data portability, where the conditions exist.
Without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial appeal, it is the right of the data subject to file a complaint with the Data Protection Authority if it is deemed that the processing of their data violates the Regulation.
AGID guarantees that no exclusively-automated form of decision-making that entails legal effects on the data subjects is in place.