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Such processing will be carried out in compliance with the provisions established by the laws governing the protection of personal details currently in force.
Privacy statement as per art. 13 of Decree Law D.lgs 196/2003
Decree Law N° 196 of 30 June 2003 (“Code of conduct concerning the protection of personal data”) establishes safeguards for persons and other parties in relation to personal data processing. According to this law, data processing must comply with principles of correctness, lawfulness and transparency, and must safeguard the confidential nature of your data and your rights.
The Data Controller is Argo Tractors S.p.A., with registered offices in Fabbrico (Italy), Via Matteotti 7.
Place in which the data are processed
The data concerning the web services of this website are processed in the aforementioned registered offices of Argo Tractors S.p.A. and are dealt with solely by the technical staff members of the office responsible for their processing, or by persons charged with performing occasional maintenance operations.
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