Data Controller: Nicola Volpi, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Under European Regulation 679/2016 (GDPR) and national legislation (“General Data Protection Regulation”), this website provides for protection of persons and other subjects with regard to the processing of personal data. According to this legislation, processing of details will be based on the principles of propriety, lawfulness, transparency, and the protection of personal privacy and rights.
Therefore, we provide you with the following information:
this site uses technical cookies for different purposes, which is why we want to explain what cookies are and how to use them on the website.
Instead, other cookies (third-party cookies) are conveyed and controlled by third parties.
This website uses other types of cookies.
If you’re not familiar with cookies, read the information carefully:
What are cookies and what are they used for?
Cookies are small text files that the sites visited by the user send to its terminal (usually the browser), where they are stored before being transmitted back to the same sites at the next visit of the same user (first party cookies).
While navigating on the site the user may also receive cookies from other websites (“third-party” cookies), this happened because there may be some elements for example images, maps, sounds, specific links to pages on other domains. In other words, third party cookies are those set by a domain other than the one being visited.
The duration of cookies is strictly limited to the working session (session cookies), and in this case, these are deleted when the browser is closed. Some other cookies may have an expiry date. Those will remain stored and active in your hard-disk until such expiry date, continuing to collect information during different browsing sessions (persistent cookies).
Purpose of treatment and purpose of session technical cookies
Cookies have different functions. Some are needed to allow you to browse the site and use its functionality (technical cookies). Others are used to obtain statistical information, in an aggregate form or not, about the number of users accessing the site and how the site is used (tracking or analytics cookies). Finally, others are aimed at creating user profiles and are used to send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the user during the navigation on the web (profiling cookies).
Technical cookies are those cookies used for the sole purpose of allowing you to navigate the site and enabling you to use its functionalities. It’s always about first-party cookies, as they are conveyed directly by us on the website. Some technical cookies are essential for providing an optimal browsing experience or allowing you to authenticate on the website as when you make a purchase on the site or enter a restricted access area (navigation cookie).
Navigation Cookies are normally session cookies which are automatically deleted when you close the browser. Cookies are useful because they allow you to store some of your preferences (for example language or country of origin) without resetting them during subsequent visits (functionality cookies). For this reason, the functionality cookies are often persistent cookies because they remain stored on your computer even after the browser is closed, until their scheduled expiry date or until you decide to delete them.
Tracking or analytics cookies
Analytics cookies are used to obtain statistical information, in an aggregate form or not, about the number of users accessing the site and how the site is used (tracking or analytics cookies).
This website uses third-party cookies since they are not conveyed directly by us, but by third parties. Third-party analytics cookies are installed on the Website only subject to your consent. These cookies are not anonymized and, therefore, other third parties cannot access disaggregated analytic data at an IP address level (in other words, using these cookies, third parties couldn’t be traced back to your identity)
Types of cookies
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Third-party analytics cookies
Please take into account that if you remove this technical cookie from your browser the track of your consent will be lost and therefore, the cookies banner will be displayed again during your following visit to the Website.
Of course, you are free to block the installation of analytics cookies in any moment and this will not compromise the possibility to visit the Website and benefit from its contents.
Please read carefully the third parties cookies policies, following the links specified in the above table.
Profiling cookies are aimed at creating user profiles and are used to send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the user during the navigation on the web. In this way, the advertising messages that you will visualize on our site will be more interesting for you.
The installation of these requires your prior consent in accordance with current data protection legislation.
First-party and third-party profiling cookies are not installed by this site.
To disable profiling cookies, modify the settings of your browser as indicated below.
How to manage the cookies and oppose to their use.
There are several options to manage, disable and delete cookies. Change your browser settings.
Follow the instructions provided by your browser’s producer to find out how to manage, disable or delete all cookies (technical, analytics and profiling):
Make your choices carefully. If you block indiscriminately the reception of all cookies, including the technical ones, without allowing a specific exception for this website, you might not be able to navigate on the site or make use of its functionality, in whole or in part.
Deleting all cookies from the browser, technical cookies could also be removed and, therefore, you could remove the preferences set using the Site or not finding the products or services included in your cart.
This website makes use of technical cookies only:
- Technical cookies on our website can be divided into:
- browsing or session cookies, which guarantee normal navigation and use of the website (for example, allowing you to make purchases or enter a restricted access area);
- functional cookies, that allow you to navigate on the basis of a series of selected criteria (for example, the language or the products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service provided.
The user’s prior consent is not required for installation of technical cookies.
We recommend consulting the Help section of your browser or taking a look at the About Cookies website which offers guidance (in English) for all modern browsers.
RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECT
Under European Regulation 679/2016 (GDPR) and national legislation, the user may exercise the following rights:
- the right of access to personal data which have been collected concerning him or her
- the right to know the origin of the data
- the right to receive intelligible communication
- the right to have information about the purpose, logic and modalities of the processing
- the right to request the update, correction, integration, deletion, processing in an anonymised form or blocking of personal data processed for breaches of the law, including those not required for the pursuit of the objectives for which they were collected
- in cases of consent-based processing, the right to receive at the cost of any support, its data provided to the holder, in a structured and readable form by a data processor and in a format commonly used by an electronic device;
- the right to complain to the supervisory authority (Garante Privacy- Web link to Garante)
- More generally, you can exercise all the rights you are entitled and which respect the existing legal provisions.
The request should be addressed to the controller processing.
The rights of the data subject are entirely applicable to data processed on the basis of
legitimate interests (with the exception of the right to data portability not required by the legislation), in particular the right to object to the processing that can be exercised sending a request to the data Controller.
Last update: 7 July 2020