Dear Lifeed User,
Surely you know the European Data Protection Regulation n. 679/2016 (also known as “GDPR”), the Regulation about the protection of natural persons with regards to the processing of personal data and concerning the free movement of such data.
Pursuant to this Regulation and to the Italian law, we share the necessary information for you to understand how we process your data that we collect via the Lifeed Platform.
So, we invite you to read this page addressing any questions you may have. If you have any other questions, contact us. We are committed to protecting you and being transparent about our process.
L.B.V. S.r.l. – VAT n.: 09236350964 with registered office in via Cadore n. 2 – 20092 – Milano (MI)
Tel. +39 373 8157081
L.B.V. S.r.l. (hereinafter “LBV” and/or “Data Controller“) is the data controller of personal data of Users (hereinafter also “Data subject“) using the Lifeed web platform, including any subdomains (hereinafter “Platform“).
Tel. +39 379 1610212
Through the Site, LBV provides a set of “Services”, including digital training programs to understand the skills needed for employment and to learn useful tools to make the job search effective. On the Platform, there is also an online space available to the Users to share their experiences, tips and resources. Please read our Terms and Conditions for further details.
It is possible to use the Services through the Platform or request and view a demo version (all Users registered on the Platform and benefiting from the Services offered by LBV are generically referred to as “Community“).
Special categories of personal data:
The Data is processed with manual or IT tools, also through automated tools, suitable to guarantee its security, confidentiality and to avoid unauthorized access.
The Data processed is stored using cloud computing tools on servers located within the EU territory (Ireland): for more information on safety standards and compliance with the requirements set by the GDPR adopted by the selected external providers, consult the dedicated web page.
After the data retention indicated above, the Data will be destroyed, deleted or anonymized, compatible with the technical procedures of deletion and backup.
The Data collected through the Platform will be processed only to ensure the correct use of the Services and may be viewed and used by the LBV team (employees and collaborators) appropriately authorized to process them.
The Data of the Users Community, duly anonymized, will be communicated only in aggregate form to the Company (direct “client” of LBV) – employer of the User/Data Subject – for reporting activities; such Data may also be communicated to public institutions and universities for advocacy and scientific research purposes, aimed at influencing public policies and the allocation of resources within political, economic and social systems and to ensure full respect for equal opportunities in professional and work development.
If the Company (direct “client” of LBV) needs to receive a report containing the Data of the Users of the Community in a non-anonymous form, the Data Controller will communicate only the name, surname, date of use of the course, total hours of duration of the course and certification of the results upon passing the course undertaken. This Data will be communicated only to that “client” and only if there is an evidence of the latter’s willingness to participate in the “formazione finanziata – FondoImpresa” and/or in the “fondo banche assicurazioni”.
In any case, LBV reserves the possibility to communicate to the “customer” Company the Data of the Data Subject related to name, surname, work e-mail and date of registration on the Platform, in order to allow the correct performance of the agreement signed with LBV.
The Data may be communicated for legitimate interest purposes, to suppliers of assistance services, technical, tax and legal consultancy, assignees of receivables in the context of credit securitization or credit assignment operations for strictly connected and instrumental purposes to the management of the relationship with the transferred Data Subject, as well as to the issue of securities, assignees of Company or business unit, potential buyers of LBV and companies resulting from possible mergers, divisions or other transformations of the LBV, also in the context of the activities functional to these operations, and to competent authorities.
The Data will mainly be processed within the national territory and the European Union, but could also be transferred to extra EU Countries.
Any transfer of the Data of the Data Subject to countries located outside the European Union will take place only in compliance with adequate guarantees for the purposes of the transfer itself (and in particular complying with the provisions of art. 45, 46 and 49 of GDPR), e.g. provided that the European Commission has confirmed that the third country has an adequate level of data protection or other data protection guarantees exist, such as binding corporate rules or signing up to standard EU contractual clauses.
With particular reference to the processing “to and from the United Kingdom” (following the Brexit event), until 30 June 2021 the Data will not be considered as transferred to a third country; therefore, unless the European Commission and the UK Government reach an adequacy agreement before that deadline, there will be no change from what has been in place so far.
In any case, the processing of data is carried out in accordance with the national and supranational data protection provisions in force (Legislative Decree 196/2003, as amended and supplemented by Legislative Decree 101/2018, and EU Regulation 679/2016).
The Data Subject will have the right to obtain from the Data Controller a copy of the Data held abroad and to obtain information about the place where such data is stored making an express request to be sent using the contacts indicated in this document.
By contacting the Data Controller and the DPO (using the above mentioned e-mail address) or the other contact information above, you can ask LBV at any time:
Finally, we remind you that it is always possible to make a complaint to the competent Supervisory Authority (Guarantor for the Protection of Personal Data) pursuant to art. 77 of the GDPR, if it considers that the processing carried out by the Data Controller is contrary to the legislation in force.
Last updated: 10 February 2021