|Personal data is collected from interested parties, and the treatment of data will be executed on paper and/or online and exclusively for the pursuit of the finalities and values of Symposium – Associazione Culturale and established in the fundamental associative acts which include: personal and social promotion, meant as development and safeguard of the individual’s and community’s wellbeing, enhancement of culture, solidarity and mutuality. To obtain the recognition of rights, and the participation to an associative life, the provision of personal data is necessary. If necessary for the management of an associative life, the offered services and the arranged initiatives, some data might be studied by internal subjects (delegates and managers in charge of said treatment) or communicated to external subjects, working in the following fields: membership and registry, events, communication, associative life, IT management, assistance aimed at specific services, compliance with law. Personal data will not be disclosed. The rights concerning article 7 (see attachment). Article 7 attachment (right of access to personal data and other rights) 1 The person concerned has a right to obtain confirmation of the existence or absence of personal data that affect him/her, even if they have not yet been registered, and their communication is intelligible. 2. The person concerned has a right to a) the origin of personal data, b) the finalities and modalities of treatment, c) of the applied logic in case of treatment achieved with the help of electronical tools, d) of the identification details of the holder, the managers and the appointed representative according to the article 5, paragraph 2, e) of the subject or the categories of subjects whom personal data can be communicated to or that become aware of as an appointed manager in the State’s territory, of managers or appointees. 3. The party concerned has the right to obtain: a) data update, correction or, if interested, integration; b) cancellation, anonymization or the blockage of data unlawfully treated, including the when conservation for the aim of the data collection or treatment is not necessary; c) attestation that the operations described in a) and b) are told in their contents to those whose data has been transmitted or spread, excepting the case in which such compliance is impossible or implies the use of means which are clearly disproportionate compared to the protected right. 4. The party concerned has the right to oppose, totally or partially: a) for legitimate reasons to the processing of their personal data, even if they are relevant to the collection purpose; b) to the treatment of their personal data in order to send advertisement or direct sell material or to carry out market researches or business communication.