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Statement pursuant to Art. 13 and Articles  23 and 26, Legislative Decree no.196/2003
As you are involved in the processing of personal data, kindly read and fill the specifics below to give your consent to the processing of the personal data, with particular regard to the necessary activities related to the campaign "Here's to you", and for purposes of an institutional and informative of further initiatives by Amnesty International - Italian Section.
The personal data (attendance record, photos, e-mail address), collected during the campaign "Here's to you", including those acquired through audiovisual media (images, photos, videos of the child concerned) within the framework of the Amnesty International project called "Herestoyou" shall be processed by the Italian Section of Amnesty International - the data Controller - located in Rome (RM), in Via Magenta 5, only after the  consent given by the person concerned, for public dissemination including by electronic means, television, cinema, press, websites, social networks, radio and/or internal institutional reports, for institutional activities carried out by Amnesty and to make known the aforesaid project.
Non-sensitive personal data may also be used for sending updates, by automated means (SMS, MMS, e-mail, fax) or non-automated means (hard copy mail, operator telephone), on the Data Controller's institutional activities in accordance with Section 24 p. 1 point (h) of Legislative Decree 196/2003. For sending emails, SMS, MMS, fax or other automated messages to promotional content, is always required except for a free and optional consent to that person and such consent also extends to paper mail and telephone operator for those is not attached or in regular contact with the association. Any data on health status and sexual life, if incidentally collected, will never be disclosed. The categories of people appointed to process the data are those in charge of the event organization, the information and the data safety systems. An internal Data Processor has been designated in the person of Amnesty's Director General, Giovanni Rufini, operating in the Data Controller's seat. An external category of people appointed to process the data is the advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi via Bernina 32, Milano 20158 Italia, who will check on behalf Amnesty International Italy the selection, and the monitoring of the uploaded videos.
The images and photos transmitted, collected during the campaign "Here's to you" may be reused by Amnesty International for further campaigns organized in pursuit of the aims laid down in its Statute and constitutional documents prior informed consent. Such treatment is provided by the Authorization n. 3/2014 of the Authority for the Protection of Personal Information, concerning the processing of sensitive data by the associative organizations and foundations, as it pursues, among others, the associative purpose of the Protection of Civil Rights (paragraph 2 of ' Authorization).
When the person concerned collects images, photos, or other information related to third party, he claims to be entitled to send to Amnesty such information by the person to whom the information relates or from/by the operator/exhibitors parental in case of a minor.
The processing of data will be limited in validity to the fulfillment of purposes outlined above.
The participation in the initiative is a voluntary choice. But the absence of consent to the processing of the data subject for the purposes and with the above methods may prevent participation in the initiative described above or other similar organized by Amnesty International - Italian Section. Those whose personal data refer have the right at any time to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of such data and to know the content and origin, verify its accuracy or request its integration or updating, or correction (art. 7 of Legislative Decree. n. 196/2003). Pursuant to this Article shall have the right to request cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed unlawfully, and to oppose in any case, for legitimate reasons, their treatment. Requests should be sent to the physical address of the Data Controller or by email to privacy@amnesty.it.

I hereby give my consent at the statement pursuant Articles  23 and 26, Legislative Decree no.196/2003,  to the processing of my personal data, including potentially sensitive because they relate to my beliefs indirectly or directly revealed by the participation and support to the campaign and / or petition described above, for the purposes indicated above  in the art. 13 law. 196/2003, and integrated into the authorization that follows, with particular reference to the activities related to the campaign "Here's to you", and for purposes of institutional and further initiatives of Amnesty International - Italian Section.

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Understanding that my personal information will never be used to harm my dignity or that of third parties accidentally shooting in the audiovisuals, I authorize the Italian Section of Amnesty International to use the video I sent for the campaign Here's to you with no time limit, space and without opposition – without prejudice to the rights deriving from Section 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 - under this and other campaigns, initiatives and / or petitions organized by Amnesty International for the pursuit of the objectives laid down under its statutes or articles of association, for playback on any media, computer and electronics, and for the communication and execution by whatever means considered appropriate or necessary, for that purpose yielding to Amensty International - Italian Section - outright - the rights to use the relevant images and videos according to the above-mentioned methods, and free of charge, waiving from now on to any claim.
I certify that I am authorized to arrange and send to Amnesty any pictures, and information related to third parties and to indemnify Amnesty against third parties and/or interested parties where such information relates to any and all penalties, fines or damages resulting from the request for damages, breach of the applicable provisions.

I declare to take responsibility for any improper use of video registration that does not make proper use of the work
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Listen the song

Here’s to you was composed in 1971. The music was written by Ennio Morricone while the lyrics, created by Joan Baez, recall Bartolomeo Vanzetti’s last speech.The song was especially composed as the movie soundtrack of “Sacco e Vanzetti”, directed by Giuliano Montaldo. It tells the story of the two Italian anarchists who were unfairly condemned to death in 1927 in Boston because of a crime they didn’t commit.

HERE’S TO YOU Interpretata da Joan Baez (E. Morricone / J. Baez) Licenza SIAE n° 5110/I/4798

Discover more about the campaign

This campaign starts with the case of Sacco and Vanzetti and the song that Joan Baez and Ennio Morricone composed for them.

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