Conditions for use of the website
By gaining access to www.kundalini.it, you agree to the following terms and conditions. These terms and conditions may be updated and/or modified at any time by Kundalini S.r.l., without notice.
www.kundalini.it, its contents, the trademarks and logos, text, images and graphics, software, sounds and databases, their format and the way in which they are presented, published or reproduced, are the exclusive property of (or granted by third parties to) Kundalini S.r.l. and are protected by Italian and international legislation, with particular reference to the legislation on industrial property rights and copyrights.
The website may be consulted for information and advertising purposes only.
Any use of the website other than those described above, including the reproduction and copying, in whole or in part, distribution, publication, the modification or processing thereof in any way whatsoever, and reverse engineering, will be regarded as illegal and will lead to prosecution.
Kundalini S.r.l. accepts no liability whatsoever for any inaccuracies in the information contained in www.kundalini.it, and is therefore unable to provide any guarantees in this regard.
Kundalini S.r.l. is unable to guarantee the continuous updating of the information contained in www.kundalini.it.
Kundalini S.r.l. therefore declines all and any liability for direct or indirect damages of any kind that might be sustained by third parties in respect of www.kundalini.it and the news and information contained therein.
Kundalini S.r.l. reserves the right to make changes to or remove the data and information contained in www.kundalini.it at any time, without notice.
Any links to other sites are provided solely for the user’s convenience. We are unable to offer any guarantee whatsoever in respect of such sites or their contents, for which we expressly deny all liability.
INFORMATION ON DATA PROCESSING PURSUANT TO ITALIAN LEGISLATIVE DECREE 196/2003 and its subsequent updates and amendments
Data processing purposes and methods
Kundalini S.r.l. informs the users of its website that their personal data shall be used solely to provide them with information on our company, distribution network, products and news, and to carry out direct marketing, market and other research activities with a view to improving our products and services.
The personal data may be collected electronically or in hard copy format, will be protected by appropriate, updated safety systems and will be stored in a safe and controlled place, in accordance with the provisions of Italian legislative decree 196/2003.
The supply of the data is purely optional. However, if the user does not supply his/her personal data, Kundalini S.r.l. will be unable to supply the services and information specified above.
Parties or categories of party to which the personal data may be passed on, or which might come into possession of the data in their position as processing operators or data distributors.
The personal data passed on by the user will be used by Kundalini S.r.l., its employees and collaborators, branches and subsidiary or affiliated companies, in Italy and abroad, solely with a view to providing the services for which they were obtained.
The personal data may also be passed on to electronic communication service providers, centralised information systems managers, mailing companies, research organisations, the professionals advisors and consultants of Kundalini S.r.l., and non-profit associations or foundations.
Rights of the interested parties. Identity of the data controller and its representative, where applicable. How to consult the updated list of data processors.
The data controller and processor is Kundalini S.r.l., with head office at viale Leonardo da Vinci, 277 – 20090 Trezzano sul naviglio (MI) – Italy, which may be contacted in writing with a view to exercising the rights laid down in article 7 of Italian legislative decree 196/2003, as follows:
Right to Access Personal Data and Other Rights
1. The party concerned has the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not his/her personal data exists, whether recorded or otherwise, and to receive copies of such data in an intelligible form.
2. The party concerned has the right to be informed of:
a) the source of the personal data;
b) the purposes and methods of the processing;
c) the logic applied to the processing, if this takes place electronically;
d) the identity of the data controller, data processors and designated representative under the terms of Section 5(2);
e) the organisations or categories of organisation to which the personal data may be passed on and which may come into possession of said data in their capacity as designated representative(s) within the country concerned, data processor(s) or person(s) in charge of the processing operations.
3. The party concerned has the right to:
a) the updating, correction or addition to the data;
b) the deletion, conversion to anonymous form or removal of data processed unlawfully, including data whose retention is unnecessary for the purposes for which they have been collected or subsequently processed;
c) certification to the effect that the organisations to which the data is passed on or distributed are informed of the operations referred to in points a) and b) above, and the contents thereof, unless this should be impossible or requires the deployment of resources which are clearly disproportionate in respect of the right to be protected.
4. The party concerned has the right to object, in whole or in part, to the following:
a) the processing of his/her personal data, even if such data are of relevance to the purpose for which they were obtained, when there are legitimate grounds to do so;
b) the processing of his/her personal data for advertising or direct sales purposes or with a view to carrying out market or commercial communication surveys.