INFORMATION ON THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA ACCORDING TO
The information provided in this page describes, as required by the EU Regulation 2016/679 art. 13-14 and Italian Law n. 196/2003 art. 13, the processing operations performed on the personal data of the users visiting the website:
and using the services offered in the website.
The information provided does not concern other online websites, pages or services that can be accessed via hyperlinks on the above website but relate to resources outside the Guide di Marca domain.
The information complies to the EU Recommendation n. 2/2001 regarding Personal Data processing, included in the art. 29 of the EU Regulation n. 95/46/CE, introduced on 17thMay 2001 in order to determine the minimum requirements for online data processing, and in particular, time and nature of information that data controller have to provide to the users when they visit webpages, whatever reason they have.
- Data controller
Visiting the website listed above may result into processing data relating to identified or to be identified people.
The data controller is Guide di Marca, located in Treviso, Italia.
- Data protection officer
City center srl is the company that will process the data according to the art. 29 of the Regulation on Personal Data and art. 28 UE Regulation 2016/679, in that they are responsible for the technological maintenance of the website.
- Place data processing
Data processing connected to web services take place at the premises of the above mentioned data protection controller and are processed by technical employees. In case of need, data connected to the newsletter service can be processed by other company personnel in charge of the technological side of the website, that is City Center’s staff (responsible for data processing pursuant to art. 29 of Law about personal data protection and former art. 28 UE Regulation 2016/679) at the company’s premises.
No data deriving from the website will be given to third parties.
Personal data given by the users who require information material (adding to a mailing list, newsletter, answers to questions etc.) will be used only to perform the task or provide the service and won’t be given to third parties.
4) Categories of personal data
4.1 Browsing data
The information systems and software procedures relied upon to operate this website acquire personal data as part of their standard functioning; the transmission of such data is an inherent feature of Internet communication protocols.
It consists of data that are not collected to be associated to identified users, but that could permit the identifications of users by associating or analysing them with data obtained by third parties.
This data category includes the IP addresses or the domain names of the computers used by any user who browse the website, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses o the requested resources, the time of such requests, the method used for submitting a given request to the server, returned file size, a numerical code relating to server response status (successfully performed, error, etc.) and other parameters related to the user’s operating system and computer environment.
These data are used only to extract anonymous statistical information on service usage and to check correct functioning of the service.
Browsing data are erased immediately after being aggregated. Such data could be used in case judicial authorities need them for establishing the commission of criminal offences. Exception made for this case (??) data are kept for no longer than seven days.
4.2 Data communicated by users
Sending messages, on the basis of the user’s free, voluntary, explicit choice, to this website contact addresses and filling in and sending the forms made available of the website entail the acquisition of the sender’s contact information as necessary to provide a reply as well as of any and all the personal data communicated in that manner.
Data will be essentially used for the following aims:
1. Information requests about services provided and products/solutions sold directly by Guide di Marca
2. any kind of message, sent through the contact form
3. Information and/or personal data sent in order to start a business cooperation
4. Sending newsletters, if subscribed to the service
5. Subscribing the company’s newsletter (our newsletter does not include promotional or commercial content).
Specific information will be displayed on the pages of the Guide di Marca websites that are used for providing certain services.
So-called session (non-persistent) cookies are used in this website exclusively to the extent that is necessary to enable secure, efficient browsing and to avoid using other digital devices that could harm personal data protection of the users. These cookies do not allow the acquisition of personal data of the user.
Cookie related information is stored according to the cookie type. Session cookies automatically expire when you close down your browser. Persistent cookies, including Local Shared Objects – “flash cookies” ) would remain on your device for a set period of time that could vary from two months to a couple of years.
How to disable cookie (opt-out)
Most Internet browsers are automatically set to accept cookies. This means that you have the possibility, any time, to adjust your browser to accept any kind of cookie, or only some of them, or to refuse them, disabling their use from the websites. Furthermore you can normally set your browser to prompt you each time a cookie is offered. At the end of the browsing you can also cancel all the stored cookies from your hard disk.
If you want to cancel the cookies installed in the cookie folder of the browser you used, you have to remember that different browsers offer differing ways to configure your browser’s cookie settings.
You can find information about how to adjust your cookie setting on your browser in the following websites:
Apple Safari for mobiles
Microsoft Windows Explorer
Microsoft Windows Edge
In addition if you don’t want to receive the cookies from Google Analytics you can visit the webpage:
Alternatively it is possible to disable only the Google Analytics cookies, using the additional opt-out tool provided by Google for most browsers.
For further information about cookies visit the webpage www.allaboutcookies.orgor www.garanteprivacy/cookie.
Technical cookies that do not require user consent
So called technical cookies, which do not require user consent, are the following:
- Basically all cookies need to show you the website correctly and to perform the service: it consists of cookies that allow the normal website navigation. Most of them are session cookies.
- Functionality cookies, which enhance the use of our website: these are cookies that allow the user to navigate according to the selected criteria (for example language, currency, the content of the shopping cart during online shopping) in order to enhance the offered services or to improve them. Most of these cookies are stored for no longer than 365 days.
All technical cookies do not require the user consent, therefore they are automatically installed after the access to the website and they are not used for further purposes.