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Prima di descrivere chi sono vorrei dire che mettere online questo blog ha rappresentato per me la realizzazione di un desiderio che ho portato dentro me per tantissimi anni.

Qual’è il mio obbiettivo?

  • Dare un punto di riferimento a chi vuole iniziare la pesca dalla spiaggia da zero
  • Dare un mio punto di vista a chi ha già esperienza, e desidera approfondire le conoscenze
  • Mettere a disposizione la mia esperienza senza che questa venga considerata una “legge”, bensì un mio semplice punto di vista
  • Dare risalto alle manifestazioni agonistiche internazionali e nazionali, con dei report appositi
  • Dare libero sfogo ad un database di risultati con delle elaborazioni statistiche esclusive
  • Tenere aggiornati i più tecnici con test e recensioni delle novità del mercato

Tutto questo grazie all’esperienza accumulata in oltre vent’anni di agonismo, in innumerevoli campionati del mondo e trofei internazionali che mi hanno consentito di pescare in mari e oceani in giro per il mondo, e grazie al grande riferimento tecnico Riccardo Senis, che mi ha permesso di bruciare le tappe molto velocemente.

Se volete posso iniziare a darvi un punto di partenza per iniziare la lettura dei tanti argomenti che piano piano sto inserendo nel mio blog:

io vi suggerirei di iniziare a leggere le sei grandi categorie 🙂

Roberto Accardi


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Oggetto: Informativa ai sensi dell’art. 13 del D. Lgs. 196/2003 e dell’articolo 13 del Regolamento UE n. 2016/679

Ai sensi dell’art. 13 del D. Lgs. 196/2003 (di seguito “Codice Privacy”) e dell’art. 13 del Regolamento UE n. 2016/679 (di seguito “GDPR 2016/679”), recante disposizioni a tutela delle persone e di altri soggetti rispetto al trattamento dei dati personali, desideriamo informarLa che i dati personali da Lei forniti formeranno oggetto di trattamento nel rispetto della normativa sopra richiamata e degli obblighi di riservatezza cui è tenuta il NOMEAZIENDA

Titolare del trattamento

Il Titolare del trattamento è NOMEAZIENDAnella persona del Presidente e legale rappresentante pro tempore TITOLARE…. domiciliato per la carica in … alla Via ….

Responsabile della protezione dei dati (DPO)

Il responsabile della protezione dei dati (DPO) è ….. Via ….. Il Responsabile del trattamento è RESPONSABILE.

Finalità del trattamento

I dati personali da Lei forniti sono necessari per gli adempimenti previsti per legge,…

Modalità di trattamento e conservazione

Il trattamento sarà svolto in forma automatizzata e/o manuale, nel rispetto di quanto previsto dall’art. 32 del GDPR 2016/679 e dall’Allegato B del D.Lgs. 196/2003 (artt. 33-36 del Codice) in materia di misure di sicurezza, ad opera di soggetti appositamente incaricati e in ottemperanza a quanto previsto dagli art. 29 GDPR 2016/ 679.

Le segnaliamo che, nel rispetto dei principi di liceità, limitazione delle finalità e minimizzazione dei dati, ai sensi dell’art. 5 GDPR 2016/679, previo il Suo consenso libero ed esplicito espresso in calce alla presente informativa, i Suoi dati personali saranno conservati per il periodo di tempo necessario per il conseguimento delle finalità per le quali sono raccolti e trattati.

Ambito di comunicazione e diffusione

Informiamo inoltre che i dati raccolti non saranno mai diffusi e non saranno oggetto di comunicazione senza Suo esplicito consenso, salvo le comunicazioni necessarie che possono comportare il trasferimento di dati ad enti pubblici, a consulenti o ad altri soggetti per l’adempimento degli obblighi di legge.

Trasferimento dei dati personali

I suoi dati non saranno trasferiti né in Stati membri dell’Unione Europea né in Paesi terzi non appartenenti all’Unione Europea.

Categorie particolari di dati personali

Ai sensi degli articoli 26 e 27 del D.Lgs. 196/2003 e degli articoli 9 e 10 del Regolamento UE n. 2016/679, Lei potrebbe conferire, al titolare del trattamento dati qualificabili come “categorie particolari di dati personali” e cioè quei dati che rivelano “l’origine razziale o etnica, le opinioni politiche, le convinzioni religiose o filosofiche, o l’appartenenza sindacale, nonché dati genetici, dati biometrici intesi a identificare in modo univoco una persona fisica, dati relativi alla salute o alla vita sessuale o all’orientamento sessuale della persona”. Tali categorie di dati potranno essere trattate solo previo Suo libero ed esplicito consenso, manifestato in forma scritta in calce alla presente informativa.

Esistenza di un processo decisionale automatizzato, compresa la profilazione

Il TITOLARE  DEL TRATTAMENTOnon adotta alcun processo decisionale automatizzato, compresa la profilazione, di cui all’articolo 22, paragrafi 1 e 4, del Regolamento UE n. 679/2016.

Diritti dell’interessato

In ogni momento, Lei potrà esercitare, ai sensi dell’art. 7 del D.Lgs. 196/2003 e degli articoli dal 15 al 22 del Regolamento UE n. 2016/679, il diritto di:

a)  chiedere la conferma dell’esistenza o meno di propri dati personali;

b)  ottenere le indicazioni circa le finalità del trattamento, le categorie dei dati personali, i destinatari o le categorie di destinatari a cui i dati personali sono stati o saranno comunicati e, quando possibile, il periodo di conservazione;

c)   ottenere la rettifica e la cancellazione dei dati;

d)  ottenere la limitazione del trattamento;

e)   ottenere la portabilità dei dati, ossia riceverli da un titolare del trattamento, in un formato strutturato, di uso comune e leggibile da dispositivo automatico, e trasmetterli ad un altro titolare del trattamento senza impedimenti;

f)   opporsi al trattamento in qualsiasi momento ed anche nel caso di trattamento per finalità di marketing diretto;

g)   opporsi ad un processo decisionale automatizzato relativo alle persone fisiche, compresa la profilazione.

h)  chiedere al titolare del trattamento l’accesso ai dati personali e la rettifica o la cancellazione degli stessi o la limitazione del trattamento che lo riguardano o di opporsi al loro trattamento, oltre al diritto alla portabilità dei dati;

i)   revocare il consenso in qualsiasi momento senza pregiudicare la liceità del trattamento basata sul consenso prestato prima della revoca;

j)    proporre reclamo a un’autorità di controllo.

Può esercitare i Suoi diritti con richiesta scritta inviata a ….., all’indirizzo postale della sede legale o all’indirizzo mail ……

Io sottoscritto/a dichiaro di aver ricevuto l’informativa che precede.

Luogo, lì ….

Io sottoscritto/a alla luce dell’informativa ricevuta

◻︎esprimo il consensoNON esprimo il consenso al trattamento dei miei dati personali inclusi quelli considerati come categorie particolari di dati.

esprimo il consensoNON esprimo il consensoalla comunicazione dei miei dati personali A enti pubblici e società di natura privata per le finalità indicate nell’informativa.

esprimo il consensoNON esprimo il consenso al trattamento delle categorie particolari dei miei dati personali così come indicati nell’informativa che precede.

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