(hereinafter, the “WEBSITE”) and does not also refer to websites that can be reached from any links within the WEBSITE.
|A) WHAT ARE COOKIES?|
|Cookies are small text strings that the websites visited by the user send to his/her terminal (usually the browser), where they are stored before being transmitted back to the same websites at the next visit of the same user. While browsing a website, the user may also receive cookies on his/her terminal that are sent by different websites or web servers (so-called “third parties”) that provide certain elements (such as, for example, images, maps, sounds, specific links to pages of other domains) present on the website that the user is visiting.
Cookies are used for different purposes: performing computer authentication, monitoring sessions, storing information on specific configurations regarding users accessing the server, etc.
Cookies do not damage the device, they cannot retrieve any other data from the user’s hard disk nor transmit computer viruses or acquire email addresses.
|B) TYPES OF COOKIES|
|a. Technical cookies:
Technical cookies are used for the sole purpose of “transmitting a communication over an electronic communications network, or to the extent strictly necessary for the provider of an information society service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user to provide this service” (see art. 122, paragraph 1 of the Code).
They are not used for other purposes and are normally installed directly by the data controller or operator of the website. They can be divided into:
– Browsing or session cookies, which guarantee normal browsing and use of the website (for example, allowing purchases or authenticating access to restricted areas).
– Analytics cookies, similar to technical cookies only when used to collect aggregate information on the number of visitors and how they visit the website; functional cookies, which allow the user to browse according to a series of selected criteria (for example, the language, the products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service offered.
The installation of such cookies does not require the prior consent of users, while there remains an obligation to provide a notice pursuant to art. 13 of the GDPR.
b. Profiling cookies:
Profiling cookies are used to create user profiles and to send advertising messages that reflect his/her preferences as manifested while browsing the Internet. Due to the particular invasiveness that such mechanisms may have in the private lives of users, according to European and Italian regulations users must be adequately informed about their use and express their consent.
c. Session and permanent cookies.
Session cookies expire when the browser session ends, meaning the period between the user opening a browser window and closing it. Permanent cookies are stored on a user’s device between browser sessions for varying periods of time.
|C) COOKIES USED BY THIS WEBSITE|
|The Cookies used by this WEBSITE are listed and classified in the table below:
|The legal basis for the processing of cookies is represented by:
– Execution of the contract to which the DATA SUBJECT is a party with reference to analytical and technical cookies.
– The consent of the Data Subject expressed in accordance with the indications of the ORDER of the Personal Data Protection Authority, where marketing/profiling cookies may be used.
In accordance with the principle of accountability, pending specific and subsequent measures to Reg. EU no. 679/2016 (hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”) to be established by the (Community or national) legislature or by the Privacy Authority, the Data Controller has considered that the ORDER should be applied in a manner consistent with the GDPR.
|D) FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THIRD-PARTY PROFILING COOKIES|
|The website uses Google Analytics with anonymised results and its cookies to anonymously monitor visitor behaviour and measure website performance.
More information about Google Analytics cookies can be found by following the links below:
Visitors who do not want Google Analytics cookies can prevent them from being stored on their computer by using the “Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on” provided by Google at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout. To activate the component, which inhibits the system from sending information about the user’s visit, simply install it by following the instructions on the screen, close and then reopen the browser.
|E) HOW TO VERIFY, SELECT/DESELECT, DISABLE, REMOVE OR BLOCK COOKIES|
|The WEBSITE allows you to select/deselect individual cookies as described below.
The User is advised that not all the functions of the WEBSITE may remain operational if one or more cookies are disabled (some cookies are indispensable for the WEBSITE’s basic functionality).
To disable, remove or block cookies, you can use your browser settings as described below:
– By selecting the browser used to browse the Internet, you will receive information on how to change your cookie settings:
The settings for this choice can be checked and changed in the browser’s preferences window.
If you do not use any of the browsers listed above, select “cookies” in the relevant help section to find out where the cookie preferences menu is located.
Without prejudice to the foregoing, the Data Controller also notes that the User can use Your Online Choices. Using this service, it is possible to manage the tracking preferences of most advertising tools. The Data Controller therefore advises Users to use this resource in addition to the information provided in this document.
|F) ACCESS TO DATA BY THE ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE DATA CONTROLLER – DISCLOSURE – DISSEMINATION OF DATA OBTAINED WITH COOKIES|
|The data collected using cookies may be processed by employees and contractors of the Data Controller as appointees and data processors.
Such data may also be processed by trusted companies that carry out technical and organisational tasks on our behalf. These companies have been appointed as Data Processors pursuant to art. 28 of the GDPR and carry out the related operations within the limits and in accordance with the procedures set out in their respective appointments.
The list of Data Processors is available from the DATA CONTROLLER.
The list of Data Processors is constantly updated and can be requested from the DATA CONTROLLER by sending a specific communication to the Data Controller:
Data collected using cookies will not be disclosed to third parties.
Data collected using cookies will not be disseminated.
|G) DATA CONTROLLER|
|The Data Controller is:
in the person of its legal representative pro tempore.
|I) RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECT (ART. 13 GDPR)|
|The subjects whose personal data are being processed have the right at any time to obtain – if the conditions are met:
a) Confirmation of whether or not their personal data are being processed, and in this case, access to personal data and information, in accordance with art. 15 GDPR.
b) The correction of any inaccurate personal data concerning them, including the completion of incomplete personal data, even by providing a supplementary statement, as envisaged in art. 16 GDPR.
c) The erasure of personal data concerning them, in accordance with the provisions of art. 17 GDPR.
d) The restriction of processing in accordance with art. 18 GDPR.
e) The portability of personal data, in accordance with art. 20 GDPR.
f) Opposition to processing, in accordance with art. 21 GDPR.
The User also has the right to withdraw the consent given. Withdrawal of consent does not affect processing carried out prior to withdrawal.
For better management, requests should be addressed as follows:
Please also include in the subject: “Request as per Reg. EU no. 679/2016”, specifying the right being exercised, as specified above.
It is advisable to use the form provided by the DATA CONTROLLER and downloadable here.
|L) THE RIGHT TO LODGE A COMPLAINT WITH A SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY OR JUDICIAL REMEDY|
|If the data subject considers that the processing of his/her data is in breach of the GDPR, he/she has the right to lodge a complaint with a Supervisory Authority. The Supervisory Authority may be that of the Member State in which the data subject has his/her habitual residence, or the place where the alleged infringement occurred.
The data subject has the right to a judicial remedy if he/she considers that his/her rights under the GDPR have been infringed as a result of the processing. Actions against the Data Controller or the Data Processor shall be brought before the courts of the Member State in which the Data Controller or the Data Processor has offices. Alternatively, such proceedings may be brought before the courts of the Member State in which the data subject has his/her habitual residence.
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Previous versions shall be kept at the registered office of the Data Controller.
Version published on 2019.12.20.
Date of last update 2019.12.20.