POLICY PURSUANT TO ARTICLE 13 GDPR
This site uses the following categories of cookie:
– ANALYSIS COOKIES, used directly by the site operator to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site itself. These are similar to technical cookies if the service is anonymised.
SHORT PRIVACY NOTICE
DISABLING COOKIES COULD STOP SOME OF THE SITE’S FUNCTIONS FROM WORKING PROPERLY. In particular, services provided by third parties may not be accessible, and therefore the following content may not be viewable:
– videos from YouTube or other video sharing services;
– social network buttons;
– Google maps.
Instructions for disabling cookies can be found on the following web pages:
– THIRD-PARTY COOKIES: This site also acts as an intermediary for third-party cookies (such as Google Analytics), used to analyse users’ use of the site, compile reports on site activities and user behaviour, check how often users visit the site, how the site is tracked and which pages are visited most frequently. This information is combined with the information collected from other sites to compare usage of the site with other sites of the same category. Data collected: browser ID, date and time of interaction with the website, source webpage, IP address.
Place of data processing: European Union, since the service is anonymised. The data collected do not allow us to personally identify users, and the data are not crossed with other information relating to the same person. They are processed in an aggregate and anonymised form (truncated to the last octet). In accordance with the appropriate agreement (DPA), Google Inc. (the data processor), is forbidden to cross these data with those collected by other services. Further information on Google Analytics cookies can be found on the page Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites.
The user can selectively disable (opt-out) the collection of data by Google Analytics by installing the appropriate components provided by Google in their browser (opt out).
Pursuant to European Regulation 679/2016 (GDPR) Users can, in accordance with the methods and in the limits set out by current legislation, exercise the following rights:
– object in whole or in part, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of personal data concerning him or her for direct marketing or direct sales purposes or to carry out market research or commercial communication;
– request confirmation of the existence of personal data concerning him or her (right of access);
– to be informed regarding which source the personal data originate from;
– receive legible communication about it;
– receive information regarding the logic, methods and purposes of processing;
– request that personal data are updated, rectified, completed, erased, anonymised and restricted where data have been processed unlawfully, including cases where data are no longer necessary to pursue the purposes for which they were collected;
– where data are processed based on consent, to receive, at only the cost of the appropriate format, personal data concerning him or her which he or she has provided in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable and interoperable format;
– the right to lodge a complaint with the Supervisory Authority (Italian data protection authority);
– as well as, generally, to exercise all rights that are recognised by current legislation.
Requests should be addressed to the Joint Data Controller who is the data owner, by written communication or to the privacy committee through the following email: [email protected]