This is the website of Brevini Singapore S.p.a
Our postal address is
8 PENJURU PLACE, #01-36 & #01-38, 2-8
PENJURU TECH-HUB SINGAPORE 608780
We can be reached via e-mail at email@example.com or you can reach us by phone at +65 6356 8922
REPORT ON ARTICLE 10 LAW 675/96
To the interpretation and effects of article 10 of the law 31 December 1996 n. 675 on the “Protection of People and other Subjects with respect to Personal Data Processing” we inform You that, after having received personal data by way of the site’s compilation forms, data processing will proceed according to the above law and the obligatory prudence that our activity requires.
The data will be processed to gain access to Brevini personalized services.
The modality of data processing may encompass the use of automatic instruments capable of processing according to qualitative, quantitative and temporal criteria.
Your personal data will in all cases be maintained strictly confidential and treated in a manner to guarantee security and reserve.
At any moment, based on art. 13 of the law on Protection of Personal Data, one may have access to His or Her data, to correct it, ask for its cancellation or transformation to an anonymous form, completely free of charge by writing to Brevini Singapore S.p.a. -8 PENJURU PLACE, #01-36 & #01-38, 2-8 PENJURU TECH-HUB SINGAPORE 608780
Your data may also be communicated, in addition to the subjects in whose authority to receive this aforesaid data is recognized in base of the provisions of the law or of secondary statutes, to:
– Other companies in the same Group.
ART. 13 LAW N. 675/96
1. In relation to the treatment of personal data the interested party has the right:
a) to know, by way of free access to the register of that article 31, comma 1, letter a), the existence of personal data that may be closely examined;
b) to be informed on how much is indicated by article 7, comma 4, letters a), b) and c);
c) to obtain, from the principal or responsible party, without delay:
I. the confirmation of the existence of concerning personal data, even if not yet registered, and the intelligible communication of the same data and their origin, as well as the logic and purpose on which the processing is based. The request may be renewed, except with justified motives, after an interval of not less than ninety days;
II. the cancellation, transformation to an anonymous form or blocking of data processing in violation of the law, comprising those which are not necessary toward the purpose for which the data was gathered and successively processed;
III. the updating or otherwise rectification for those with interest in data integration;
IV. the certification that the operations of which numbers 2) and 3) were brought to knowledge, also for how much regards their content, to those to whom data was communicated or diffused, except in the case in which each execution reveals itself to be impossible or requires means disproportionate with respect the upheld law; d) to oppose, in all or part, for legitimate motives, the processing of concerning personal data, even if pertinent to the purpose of the collection;
d) to oppose all or part of the processing of the concerning personal data, as forecast for use in business information, to send advertising material, for direct sales or otherwise for the completion of market research or interactive business communications or to be informed by the principal, not beyond the moment in which the data was communicated and diffused, of the possibility to freely exercise this right.
2. For each request pertaining to comma 1, letter c), number 1), it may be asked to the interested party, where the concerning personal data has not been confirmed, a expense contribution not greater than the effected costs. This as set by the modality and by the pre-established limits stabilized by the rules of article 33, comma 3.
3. The rights to which comma 1 referred, to personal data concerning persons deceased may be exercised by whoever has legitimate interest in the matter.
4. In the exercise of the rights referred by comma 1, the interested party may grant, by writing, delegation, or by proxy to actual persons or associations.
5. Normal journalist regulations remain in place, limited to the information source.