No, investigating this kind of information is illegal
This is a perfectly legitimate question, but it is not about buying a certain asset to which a price has been assigned, each case is unique in its own right and requires at least a confidential interview to understand what survey methods can be used, how long it will take and how many operators we will need to devote to the investigation.
Absolutely, we do environmental and telephone remediation from microspies all over the country and abroad.
Yes, the rule that imposed territoriality on Investigative Agencies has recently been amended, allowing the private investigator to carry out his work both domestically and internationally.
No, in most cases evidence collected using the classic 'DIY' method are not valid and often only create unpleasant boomerang effects such as complaints of harassment or stalking which can work against you in a court of law.
Certainly, the evidence collected by authorised Investigative Agencies is of legal value and can be used by your lawyer for the achievement of your own ends or interests in court.
Yes, this is possible with the caveat that we aim to discover a real state of illness of the employee through the help of a private investigator. In some cases, however, unique circumstances arise and in these cases we direct clients to our Press Review website page and the article "Malato in azienda Lavatrice al mare".
No. That is illegal. It is only allowed if the holder of the number in question is requesting it
DIAG Investigazioni Srl wishes to inform you that the D.lgs. n. 196 of June 30, 2003 ("Personal Data Protection Code") provides for the protection of persons and other subjects with respect to the processing of personal data necessary to respond to its request for Information.
The data controller (DIAG Investigations) wishes to inform you that the use of your personal data by your assigned staff will be carried out according to the purposes and in the manner indicated in this information. The person in charge of the treatment is identifiedas Mr. Angelo Giordano
Purpose of data processing:
The processing of your personal data will take place for the following purposes
B Data processing modes.
Your personal data will be processed primarily with computer tools and will be stored in both a paper archive and in the corporate electronic database to fulfil the obligations and purposes stated in point A of this information. The data contained in the aforementioned automated information system are processed using appropriate security measures pursuant to art. 31 of Legislative Decree 196/03, so as to minimise the risks of destruction or loss, unauthorised access or processing which does not comply with the purpose of the collection.
C The nature of the conferment and the consequences of refusing to respond.
We also inform you that data communication is indispensable but not mandatory and any rejection has no consequences, but it does make it impossible to answer your request completely.
D Data communication.
Personal data collected for the purposes listed in paragraph A will not be disclosed to third parties unless specifically requested by you.
And the rights of the person concerned.
You have the right at any time to obtain confirmation of the existence of your data and to know its content and source, to verify its accuracy or to request its integration or updating, rectification or deletion. In addition, the person concerned can always exercise all the rights recognised by art. 7, Legislative Decree 196/2003, including in particular the right to oppose, for legitimate reasons, the same treatment. The text of the above article, which contains the list of rights recognised by the law for the person concerned, is however outlined below.
Art. 7. D. Lgs. 196/2003 "Right of access to personal data and other rights"
The person concerned has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or not of personal data concerning him, even if they are not yet registered, and their communication in an intelligible form.
2. The person concerned has the right to obtain the indication:
(A) the origin of the personal data;
B) the purposes and methods of processing;
C) the logic applied when processing by means of electronic instruments;
D) the identification details of the holder, the persons responsible and the designated representative within the meaning of Article 5, paragraph 2;
(E) the subjects or categories of persons to whom the personal data may be disclosed or who may become aware of them as designated representatives in the territory of the State, of persons in charge or in charge.
3. The person concerned has the right to obtain:
(A) updating, rectification or, where relevant, integration of data;
B) cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed in violation of the law, including those that are not necessary for storage in relation to the purposes for which the data was collected or subsequently processed;
(C) the attestation that the transactions referred to in points (a) and (b) have been made known, including their content, to those to whom the data have been communicated or disseminated, except where such fulfilment reveals something impossible or involves the use of means manifestly disproportionate to the protected right.
4. The person concerned has the right to oppose, in whole or in part:
(A) for legitimate reasons the processing of personal data concerning him, even though he is pertinent for the purpose of collection;
B) the processing of personal data concerning him for the purpose of sending advertising material or direct sales or for the purpose of market research or commercial communication.