Data protection policy

Information statement on the processing of personal data

This information statement is provided in compliance with current personal data processing legislation(1[1]) and in particular EU Regulation 2016/679, 27th April 2016, for the protection of natural persons as regards personal data processing and the free circulation of such data (hereinafter "Privacy Regulation"). This Privacy Regulation aims to guarantee that personal data processing occurs in compliance with the fundamental rights and freedom of natural persons and in particular, in compliance with the right to personal data protection.

1.       Data Controller and Data Supervisor 

The Personal Data Controller is Camuna Cavi Srl, based in 25048 Edolo (BS), Via Generale Treboldi, no.128.

An employee of LAPP has been nominated Data Supervisor, along with a few companies who provide LAPP with specific elaboration services or connected, instrumental or anciliary activities.

Please directly contact the Personal Data Controller for any requirements by writing an email to the following address: Giovanni.Pela(at)camunacavi.it, also in cases provided for in point 3 here below (3) (objection to processing) and in the “Data protection declaration" cited in successive art. 4.

2.           Users' rights

With reference to your personal data, you can exercise the following rights vis-à-vis our company:

-        the right to information

-        the right to amendment or deletion

-        the right to limitation or processing

-        the right to oppose processing

-        the right to data portability

Furthermore, you also have the right to lodge a complaint against us to the Italian Personal Data Protection Authority based in Piazza di Monte Citorio no. 121 - 00186 Rome www.gpdp.it - www.garanteprivacy.it  E-mail: garante(at)gdp.it Fax: (+39) 06.69677.3785 Main switchboard: (+39) 06.69677.1  

3.           Objection to or withdrawal of consent to data processing

(1)      You have the right to withdraw consent to previously expressed consent to data processing at any time. Withdrawal will result in the inadmissibility of personal data processing. 

(2)      You have the possibility to object to data processing, to the extent in which we base such processing on a balance of interests. This condition occurs when processing is no longer required for the fulfilment of a contract stipulated with you. Further details on such circumstances can be found in the description of functions here below. In case of objection, we will request the issuing of a declaration containing the reasons for which our company is not authorised to process personal data as usual. In case of justified objection, we will examine the issue at hand, cease or amend data processing, with an explanation of binding and legitimate reasons for which continuation of processing is necessary. 

(3)      Of course you can oppose personal data processing for promotion or data analysis reasons at any time, by sending relative notification to the following e-mail Giovanni.Pela@camunacavi.it  and/or in a letter to Camuna Cavi Srl based in 25048 Edolo (BS), Via Generale Treboldi  no.128, to the attention of the Data Controller.

4.             Declaration of data protection and website - Information Statement 

For all issues regarding our website and the processing of personal data carried out by us via said website, as well as the sending of newsletters based on the offer present on the website, please refer to the specific information statement contained in theDeclaration of data protection and the specific information statement available at the following address:  https://camunacavi.lappgroup.com/

5.           Period for which personal data is memorised

Unless otherwise specified, decisive criteria for establishing the data memorisation period correspond to the respective conservation period, as defined by the law. Data is deleted upon the expiry of said period, on the condition that it is not necessary for contractual fulfilment or commencement; in the latter case, data is stored until the expiry date of rights enjoyed as a consequence of contractual relations. Without prejudice to the existence of statutory legal requirements, data will be deleted, in case of withdrawal of consent to processing.

6.           Purposes of processing and legal or contractual provisions regarding the conveyance of personal data

We hereby inform you that our company processes your personal data for contractual and/or legally defined purposes.  

Indeed the conveyance of personal data is partly prescribed by the law, e.g. by fiscal regulations, or by contractual agreements (e.g. declarations pertaining to a contracting party). The conclusion of a contract may require interested parties to make their personal data available to us, for processing by our company in a successive phase. For example, it may be possible that interested parties are required to disclose their own personal data should they wish to conclude a contract with our company. Failure to disclose such data may result us being unable to stipulate the contract. Interested parties must contact a member of our staff before disclosing data. In every single case, our employee will inform interested parties as to whether the conveyance of data is legally or contractually required, namely whenever it is necessary for contractual stipulation. Our employee will also inform you of any obligations pertaining to the conveyance of personal data and of any possible consequences of objection to said conveyance.

7.           Automated decision-making process

There will be no automated decision-making process or profiling.

8.           Legal basis of data processing

Art. 6 (I) letter a of the GDPR constitutes the legal basis for data processing procedures and requires us to request consent for specific processing purposes, including newsletter subscription. If data processing is required for compliance with contractual regulations regarding interested parties in their capacity as contracting parties, the legal basis of data processing shall be art. 6 (I) letter b of the GDPR. By way of example, this applies to data processing procedures necessary for the delivery of goods or the execution of a service or consideration. The same legal basis applies to data processing procedures required for the implementation of pre-contractual measures, e.g. in case of queries regarding products or services provided by us. If our company is legally required to process personal data, e.g. in compliance with fiscal obligations, the relative legal basis shall be art. 6 (I) letter c of the GDPR.

9.           Legal basis as per art. 6 (I) letter f of the GDPR regarding our legitimate interests in data processing

Lastly, data processing procedures are provided for in art. 6 (I) letter f of the GDPR. Such procedures are not included in legal principles specified in paragraph 14 and are regulated by the aforementioned legal basis, if data processing is requested in order to protect a legitimate interest of our company or a third party, on the condition that the interests, rights and fundamental freedom of interested parties does not prevail. The existence of a legitimate interest is presumed when the interested party is a customer or an employee of the Data Controller (considering 47 period 2 of the GDPR).

If personal data processing occurs on the basis of art. 6 (1) letter f of the GDPR, we will fulfil our legitimate interest in the execution of our sales activities.

10.         Further information

You must be aware of the fact that in consideration of the current state of technology, total data protection is not possible in cases of disclosure via the Internet. Consequently, you accept full responsibility, in terms of security, for data disclosed via the Internet. For this reason, all interested parties have the right to disclose their data via alternative systems, e.g. over the phone.

 



[1] Processing: any operation or operations carried out with or without the aid of automated processes and applied to personal data or groups of personal data, such as collection, registration, organisation, structuring, conservation, adaptation, amendment, extraction, consultation, use, disclosure, via conveyance or any other form of provision, comparison, interconnection, limitation, deletion or destruction.

 

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Declaration of data processing

 

1.           Information regarding the collection of personal data

 

(1)             This paragraph contains information on the collection of personal data as regards the use of our website https://camunacavi.lappgroup.com/. "Personal data" means information pertaining to a natural person, e.g. name, email, conduct in their capacity as user.

 

(2)             This website is managed by two companies; one is owned by and subject to the coordination of the other. The parent company U.I. Lapp GmbH is based in Germany (hereinafter also “Lapp GmbH”) and the subsidiary company Camuna Cavi Srl based in Italy (hereinafter also “Camuna Cavi”). Consequently, this declaration is issued jointly by both companies (who may also be collectively referred to as "LAPP").

 

As regards the parent company Lapp GmbH and pursuant to art. 4 paragraph 7 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Data Controller is: U.I. Lapp GmbH, Schulze-Delitzsch-Straße 25, 70565 Stuttgart, info(at)lappkabel.de. The user has the possibility to contact the Data Protection Supervisor via post, by specifying "Data Protection Supervisor" or by using contact details specified in paragraph 22 for communication purposes.

                             

With reference to the subsidiary company Camuna Cavi, the Data Controller is: Camuna Cavi Srl based in 25048 Edolo (BS), Via Generale Treboldi, no.128.

Please directly contact the Personal Data Controller for any requirements by writing an email to the following address: Giovanni.Pela(at)camunacavi.it.

With reference to Camuna Cavi, please also consider the Personal data processing information statement available for consultation on the aforementioned website.

 

If we should avail ourselves of designated service providers or wish to use user's data for sales purposes, for single functions of our offer, we will provide the interested party with detailed information on relative procedures and specify criteria established for the data conservation period.

 

 

 

2.           Users' rights

 

(1)             With reference to personal data, users can exercise the following rights vis-à-vis our company:

-        the right to information

-        the right to amendment or deletion

-        the right to limitation or processing

-        the right to oppose processing

-        the right to data portability

 

(2)             Furthermore, users have the right to lodge a complaint against us to the personal data protection authority.

- In the case of Lapp GmbH, one of the competent authorities is the Personal Data Protection Authority Baden-Württemberg, PO Box 102932, 70025 Stuttgart, www.baden.wuerttemberg.datenschutz.de .

With reference to Camuna Cavi, the competent authority is the Italian Personal Data Protection Authority based in Piazza di Monte Citorio no. 121 - 00186 Rome www.gpdp.it - www.garanteprivacy.it  E-mail: garante(at)gdp.it Fax: (+39) 06.69677.3785 Main switchboard: (+39) 06.69677.1 

 

 

3.    Collection of personal data when visiting our website (data exclusively regarding Lapp GmbH)

 

(1)             If the website is used for informative purposes only, namely if the user does not register on our site or send us any other information, we solely collect personal data disclosed by the user's browser to our server. While visiting our website, we will collect the following data, which is technically necessary for viewing the website and for guaranteeing stability and security (the legal basis here is art. 6 paragraph 1 first period letter f of the GDPR):

 

-        IP address

-        Date and hour of search

-        Time zone in relation to Greenwich mean time (GMT)

-        Contents of request (defined page)

-        Access status code/http

-        Volume of data respectively disclosed

-        Website from which the request is sent

-        Browser

-        Operating system and relative interface

-        Language and browser software version

 

(2)             Cookies are memorised on the user's computer by using our website and in addition to aforementioned information. Cookies are small strings of text which are saved on the user's hard disk after being allocated to the browser, through which the website using the cookies (namely us) to receive specific information. Cookies do not execute programmes or transfer viruses to computers. In general, their purpose is to facilitate and enhance the efficacy of user internet use. 

 

(3)             Use of cookies:

 

a)     Our website uses the following types of cookies, the scope and functionality of which is described in further detail here below: 

 

-        Transient Cookies (ref. b)

-        Persistent Cookies (ref. c).

 

b)     Transient cookies are automatically deleted when the browser is closed. Specifically, this category contains session cookies which save so-called "session ID" by means of which different requests of your own browser can be allocated to the common session. This facilitates recognition of the user's own computer, when they visit our website on successive occasions. Session cookies are deleted when the user disconnects from or closes the browser.

 

c)     Persistent cookies are automatically deleted after a specific period of time, which may differ according to the cookie being used. The user can delete cookies at any time, by using the safety settings of their own browser.

 

d)     Browser settings can be configured based on user preferences, for example the refusal to accept third party or all cookies. Please note that in such cases, the use of functions present on our website may be limited.

 

e)     We use cookies to identify users in successive sessions, who already have an account with us. Otherwise, the user would have to register each time they wish to browse our website on successive occasions.

 

f)       Flash cookies in use are captured by flash plug-ins, not by the browser. In addition to these, we use HTML5 archiving objects which are archived on the user's terminal. These objects do not have an automatic expiry data and memorise requested data, irrespective of the browser being used. If the user is not interested in the elaboration of flash cookies, they can install corresponding add-ons, e.g. “Better Privacy” for Mozilla Firefox (https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/betterprivacy/) or the Adobe flash killer cookie for Google Chrome. It is possible to avoid using HTML5 archiving objects by setting the browser to privacy mode. We also recommend the manual deletion of cookies and browser history at regular intervals.

 

 

4.           Further website functions and offers, purposes of data use

 

(1)         In addition to website use for purely informative purposes, we are capable of managing different services which the user may use if of interest to them. Usually this requires the conveyance of additional personal data which is used to guarantee respective services. The aforementioned data processing principles are also applied to personal data at hand herein. 

 

(2)         In addition to the aforementioned, Camuna Cavi collects and memorises all information inserted by customers on the website or disclosed to Lapp by other means, for example:

company
VAT no.
title
customer's name
division
address
e-mail
telephone
fax
(3)             Camuna Cavi also uses such data to communicate with customers with reference to products, services and orders, to update company data records and customer accounts and to offer advice on products or services to potentially interested customers. Lapp also uses information to improve the e-shop and Internet page, to prevent or expose abuse and fraud, to enable third parties to carry out any technical, logistic or other services on behalf of Lapp. Data is also used to memorise electronic files or order models, which are made available to customers for use once more.

 

(4)             Camuna Cavi also uses said data for research linked to products and for marketing purposes, subject to prior consent from customers or only if legally permitted to do so and in the absence of any objection.

 

(5)             Lapp entrusts external service providers with a part of data processing activities. Suppliers are selected and designated by Lapp with utmost attention, are required to comply with directives applied by us and monitored on a regular basis.

 

(6)             In addition, Camuna Cavi has the right to disclose personal data to third parties for sales initiatives, prize draws, the signing of contracts or similar services which we offer in conjunction with our partners. Detailed information is provided here below, in the offer description, or will be sent to you when you provide us with your personal data.

 

(7)             If the headquarters of our service suppliers or partners are located in a country beyond the European Economic Space (EES), we will inform the user of the consequences in the offer description.

 

 

 

 

 

5 Objection to or withdrawal of consent to data processing

 

(1)      The user has the right to withdraw consent to previously expressed consent to data processing at any time. Withdrawal will result in the inadmissibility of personal data processing. 

 

(2)      The user has the possibility to object to data processing, to the extent in which we base such processing on a balance of interests. This condition occurs when processing is no longer required for the fulfilment of a contract stipulated with the user. Further details on such circumstances can be found in the description of functions here below. In case of objection, we will request the issuing of a declaration containing the reasons for which our company is not authorised to process personal data as usual. In case of justified objection, we will examine the issue at hand, cease or amend data processing, with an explanation of binding and legitimate reasons for which continuation of processing is necessary. 

 

(3)      Of course you can oppose personal data processing for promotion or data analysis purposes at any time, by sending relative notification to the following email:  Giovanni.Pela(at)camunacavi.it

 

6.           Contact form and email contact

 

The Camuna Cavi website contains a contact form for communications in electronic format. In this case, the user can insert data in the input frame which will be disclosed to us and saved. Said data includes:

 

title, name, surname, company, division, customer number, address (street name and number, post code, town, country), email, fax, telephone, message subject and text.

 

The user's IP address, date and hour of submission are also memorised when the message is sent.

 

Alternatively, the user can contact us via the specified email. In this case, the user's personal data, disclosed via email, will be memorised.

 

Data will not be disclosed to third parties and will be used exclusively to elaborate the conversation.

 

The legal basis for data processing is art. 6 paragraph 1 letter b of the GDPR, if the user gives their consent.

 

The legal basis for the processing of data disclosed by the sending of an email is art. 6 paragraph 1 letter f of the GDPR. If the purpose of email contact is the conclusion of a contract, the legal basis for data processing is also art. 6 paragraph 1 letter b of the GDPR. Personal data processing via the input frame is used solely for contact elaboration. Contact via email also establishes a necessary and legitimate interest in data processing. Other personal data processed during the sending process prevents misuse of the contact form, and guarantees the security of our IT systems.

Data will be deleted when it will no longer be necessary for fulfilling the purpose for which it was collected. Personal data from the input frame of the contact form and personal data sent via email will be deleted at the end of the respective conversation with the user. The conversation will be considered as having been concluded when it can be deduced from the circumstance that the subject matter at hand has been definitively clarified.

Any additional personal data collected during the sending process will be deleted after seven days at the most.

 

6a. Suppliers of services; hosting and website operation, suppliers of technical services (data exclusively regarding Lapp GmbH)

 

During contractual elaboration, data is memorised on the servers of aforementioned suppliers of services, Lapp Service GmbH and Digiparden SETU GmbH, Königsturmstr. 28 73525 Schwäbisch Gmünd.

 

7.           Google remarketing


This website uses remarketing technology by Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA; “Google”). Users who have previously visited our websites and online services and who have shown an interest in the offer, may be contacted once more, thanks to this technology, as part of a targeted promotion on Google Partner Network pages. Advertisements are opened with the use of cookies which are small text files memorised on the user's computer. These files facilitate the analysis of user behaviour during website use and can be successively used to provide targeted advice on products and advertisements based on interests.

It is possible to deactivate the use of cookies by Google for the aforementioned purposes, by going to the Google advertisement deactivation page: https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads?hl=it. Alternatively, users can deactivate the use of third party cookies by going to the Network Advertising Initiative deactivation page: http://optout.networkadvertising.org/?c=1#!/.

In using lappkabel.de, you consent to the processing of data collected by Google in the aforementioned way and for purposes specified herein. Please note that Google applies its own data protection policy, irrespective of our own regulations. We will not be held liable for rules and procedures established by Google, which are available for consultation at the following address: https://policies.google.com/privacy/update?hl=it&gl=it  

It is also possible to decline the use of Cookies by Google for the same purposes, by visiting the Google Advertising opt-out page. Alternatively, users can disable the use of third party cookies by visiting the opt-out page of the Network Advertising Initiative. Said data will be memorised for 1 year.

8.         Facebook Remarketing

This website may use the “Custom Audiences” function by Facebook Inc., 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, California 94025, USA (“Facebook”), in the pixel variation and without the “extended comparison” setting. The purpose of remarketing is to present advertisements based on interests (“Facebook-Ads”), to visitors of this website, when they visit the social network Facebook. To this effect, this website has implemented the Facebook remarketing pixel, which enables the creation of a direct link to Facebook servers during visits to the website. In this way, the Facebook server is informed of when the website is visited by the user and consequently, Facebook allocates this information in the user's personal Facebook account. It is advised that you consult the privacy policy applied by Facebook at the following address: https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/ for detailed information on the collection and use of data by Facebook, and to understand users' rights and available options for the protection of your personal sphere. Alternatively, users registered on Facebook can disable the “Custom Audiences” remarketing function at the following address https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=ads. Said data will be memorised for 1 year.

 

9.         Newsletter
Customers who wish to receive the newsletter based on the offer on the website must provide their email address to Camuna Cavi as well as information necessary for checking that the account holder of said email address agrees to receive the newsletter (double opt-in procedure).

Upon newsletter registration, we also memorise the IP address assigned by the Internet Service Provider (ISP) to the IT system used by the interested person upon registration, as well as registration date and hour. The memorisation of this data is necessary for facilitating successive tracing of any (possible) abuse of the interested party's email. This procedure also serves to legally protected the data supervisor.

Personal data collected upon signing up for the newsletter are exclusively used for sending our newsletter. Those who subscribe to the newsletter can be informed via email if necessary for the fulfilment of services, otherwise specific registration is requested, as may occur in case of amendments regarding the newsletter offer or changes to technical conditions. Personal data collected for newsletter service purposes is not disclosed to third parties, except for our sales agents designated by us for the processing of relative data, except for any email service providers with whom we may sign a contract for managing sending.

Data controllers may cancel newsletter subscription at any time. With reference to the sending of the newsletter, interested persons can also withdraw their own consent to the memorisation of personal data at any time, by using the special newsletter link. Furthermore, subscribed persons have the right to delete subscription directly on the data supervisor's website, or by informing the latter by a different means of communication.

 

10.         Econda website optimisation

 

In order to configure this website based on criteria oriented around demand and optimisation, pseudonimised data is collected and memorised by means of solutions and technologies provided by econda GmbH (econda GmbH Zimmerstr.6, 76137 Karlsruhe, http://www.econda.de); this data enables the creation of user profiles, including aliases. 

econda anonymises data during collection, by abbreviating IP addresses. Consequently, if data is used for the expected purpose, econda is not able to allocate it to specific users. Anonymised data is conserved in the econda server (in Germany only(), where only Lapp GmbH is authorised to view it. Thanks to this aggregate information, Lapp GmbH is able to carry out analyses, for example of visitor flows and click sequences, without allocating said information to specific users.

For this purpose only cookies which enable the recognition of an Internet browser are used. However, without the visitor's explicit consent, user profiles cannot be correlated to data pertaining to the pseudonym controller. Specifically, IP addresses are encrypted immediately upon issuing, making it impossible to correlate them with user profiles. Website visitors can object to the collection and memorisation of data at any time.

https://www.econda.de/en/data-storage-opt-out/

For further information on econda data protection, please visit https://www.econda.de/en/privacypolicy/

Said data will be memorised for 1 year.

 

 

11.         Userlike

 

(1)             Our website can give users the chance to contact us via chat. This function is guaranteed by the live chat software Userlike, created by Userlike UG (a limited liability company), Probsteigasse 44-46, 50670 Cologne. Userlike uses cookies, which are text files memorised on the user's computer, to facilitate conversations on the website, in the form of real time chat. Please note that data spontaneously submitted to us by the user via live chat, whenever such a function is available, is memorised to elaborate the request and for statistical purposes. Only the chat protocol is memorised. Data is not used to identify website users or for other purposes, especially advertisement. The chat protocol is deleted after one working day, whereas data is saved for 1 year.

 

 

 

 

12.         Servoconfigurator and EPIC Housing Configurator

 

As regards configurators and in order to minimise data, we have reduced necessary data to a minimum. The filling out of compulsory fields is necessary to guarantee individual offer, based on user indications. Data inserted in the configurator are used exclusively for the production, sending and management of requested offer.

 

13.         Shop administrator of customer company 

 

As regards the shop administrator of the customer company, the Lapp e shop offers the opportunity to choose a person of reference. The administrator will be authorised to set accounts for colleagues and issue authorisations. Lapp would like to draw your attention to this category of person and in particular to their responsibility for personal data management. Said data as well as conferred rights must be managed with care and probity. Lapp presumes that all administrators comply with data protection regulations, without exception.

 

All other account holders must be aware of the existence of an administrator as well as the latter's rights, as specified here above. By nominating an administrator in the company, account holders agree that said administrator is in charge of account configuration, administration and use.

 

14.         Period for which personal data is memorised

Unless otherwise specified, decisive criteria for establishing the data memorisation period correspond to the respective conservation period, as defined by the law. Data is deleted upon the expiry of this term, unless it is required for contractual fulfilment or commencement.

15.         Legal or contractual provisions for the conveyance of personal data

The conveyance of personal data is partly prescribed by the law, e.g. by fiscal regulations, or by contractual agreements (e.g. declarations pertaining to a contracting party). The conclusion of a contract may require interested parties to make their personal data available to us, for processing by our company in a successive phase. For example, it may be possible that interested parties are required to disclose their own personal data should they wish to conclude a contract with our company. Failure to disclose such data may result us being unable to stipulate the contract. Interested parties must contact a member of our staff before disclosing data. In every single case, our employee will inform interested parties as to whether the conveyance of data is legally or contractually required, namely whenever it is necessary for contractual stipulation. Our employee will also inform you of any obligations pertaining to the conveyance of personal data and of any possible consequences of objection to said conveyance.

16.         Automated decision-making process

There will be no automated decision-making process or profiling.

17.         Legal basis of data processing

Art. 6 (I) letter a of the GDPR constitutes the legal basis for data processing procedures and requires us to request consent for specific processing purposes, in particular for newsletter subscription. If data processing is required for compliance with contractual regulations regarding interested parties in their capacity as contracting parties, the legal basis of data processing shall be art. 6 (I) letter b of the GDPR. By way of example, this applies to data processing procedures necessary for the delivery of goods or the execution of a service or consideration. The same legal basis applies to data processing procedures required for the implementation of pre-contractual measures, e.g. in case of queries regarding products or services provided by us. If our company is legally required to process personal data, e.g. in compliance with fiscal obligations, the relative legal basis shall be art. 6 (I) letter c of the GDPR.

18.         Legal basis as per art. 6 (I) letter f of the GDPR regarding our legitimate interests in data processing

Lastly, data processing procedures are provided for in art. 6 (I) letter f of the GDPR. Such procedures are not included in legal principles specified in paragraph 14 and are regulated by the aforementioned legal basis, if data processing is requested in order to protect a legitimate interest of our company or a third party, on the condition that the interests, rights and fundamental freedom of interested parties does not prevail. The existence of a legitimate interest is presumed when the interested party is a customer Data Supervisor (considering 47 period 2 of the GDPR).

If personal data processing occurs on the basis of art. 6 (1) letter f of the GDPR, we will fulfil our legitimate interest in the execution of our sales activities.

 

19.         Further information

 
The user, including the customer, must be aware of the fact that in consideration of the current state of technology, total data protection is not possible in cases of disclosure via the Internet. Consequently, the user, including the customer, accept full responsibility, in terms of security, for data disclosed via the Internet. For this reason, interested parties have the right to disclose their data via alternative systems, e.g. over the phone.

 

 

20.         Contact with the data protection manager of Camuna Cavi

 

Customer trust is a fundamental value for Camuna Cavi. This is why Camuna Cavi is happy to answer any questions regarding personal data processing.

If questions are insufficiently considered in this data protection declaration, or if customers require further information, the Camuna Cavi Data Controller can be contacted at any time at the address specified in article 2 here above.