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What are cookies?
Cookies are information that all the websites, through the various browsers, record on the computer, smartphone or tablet memory used to browse the site.
They are used to make a website function more effectively, to improve performances, but also to provide – to the owners of the site being visited – information about the users and their preferences.
Our website uses different types of cookies, each with a specific function, as specified in the table below:
These cookies are only used by Google Analytics to elaborate statistical analysis on the navigation methods of website users through computers or mobile applications, on the number of pages visited or the number of clicks made on a page during navigation of a site. Click here for an overview of Google’s privacy code.
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Rights of the person concerned
Art. 7 of Italian Leg. Decree 196/2003
The party concerned is entitled to obtain confirmation as to the existence or not of personal data that may concern him/her, even if said data has not yet been recorded, and disclosure of said data in intelligible form.
The party concerned is entitled to obtain an indication of:
a. the origin of the personal data;
b. the purposes and methods of data processing;
c. the logic applied if the processing is carried out using electronic tools;
d. the identification details of the data controller, processors and of the representative designated pursuant to Article 5, paragraph 2;
e. the entities and categories of entities to whom the personal data may be disclosed or who may become aware of said data in their capacity as designated representative in the country, of data co-ordinators or processors.
The party concerned is entitled to obtain:
a. the updating, amendment or, where interested, supplementation of the data;
b. the deletion, conversion into anonymous form or freezing of the data processed in breach of the law, including that which does not have to be kept for the purposes for which the data had been collected or subsequently processed;
c. the declaration that the operations, including the contents, referred to in letters a) and b) were brought to the awareness of those to whom the data was disclosed or disseminated unless this proves to be impossible or would involve the employment of methods that are clearly out of proportion to the right protected.
The party concerned is entitled to object, in whole or in part:
a. for lawful reasons, to the processing of his/her own personal data, even if they are pertinent to the purpose of data collection;
b. to the processing of his/her own personal data for the sending of advertising materials, for direct sale, or for carrying out market surveys or commercial reporting.
For operational and maintenance requirements this site and the other third-party services that it may use could collect system log files that record interaction and could also include personal data like the user’s IP address.
More information about the processing of personal data can be required to the Data Controller at any moment by completing the contact form on the site.