INFORMATION ON PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
OF THE WEBSITE WWW.DISSEGNA.COM

(art. 13 REG. (UE) 2016/679)

 

 

WEBSITE INFORMATION MOD. 1 - 2 SEPTEMBER 2019

For any clarification, information, exercise of the rights listed in this statement, please contact info@dissegna.com.

The interested party is requested to indicate in the subject of the communication "Application for Privacy Website".

The information may undergo changes following the introduction of new regulations or following changes to the website, so we invite you to periodically visit this section for updating.

 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION ON “GDPR”.

 

The REG. UE 2016/679 (o “GDPR”) establishes the rules to protect individuals with regard to the processing of their personal data and this information is drafted in compliance with the new legislation. This information refers exclusively to the website indicated in the inscription; the websites that can be accessed through this site are not covered by this statement: the data controller declines all responsibility for them. In particular, the categories of cookies used and the type of processing of personal data by these companies (third parties) are regulated in accordance with the information provided by these companies (see, for example, the links to the information of the third parties indicated in the Cookie Policy).

According to the law, the processing of personal data is based on principles of correctness, lawfulness, transparency, protection of the user's privacy and protection of the rights of the data subject: the Data Controller undertakes to observe the aforementioned principles and, also for this purpose, immediately informs the interested party that, except for those treatments which the law provides for his explicit consent, browsing this website, uploading or providing personal data, the interested party accepts and agrees to be bound by the conditions and terms referred to in this statement.

PROCESSING DATA HOLDER

art. 24 GDPR

The Processing Data Holder (or only "Data Controller") is the natural or legal person, public authority, service or other that, individually or together with others, << determines the purposes and means of processing >> personal data. It is also the one who takes care of security profiles. With regard to the processing of personal data of the data subject, the Data Controller is the company F.LLI DISSEGNA S.R.L. with registered office at 36028 Rossano Veneto (VI) in via Ca’ Vico n. 29 and VAT number IT01838650248. For any clarification or exercise of the rights of the data subject, the addresses already indicated may be contacted.

PROCESSING MANAGER

art. 28 GDPR

The Data Processor is, instead, the natural or legal person, the public authority, the service or other body that processes the personal data of the data subject on behalf of the Data Controller. With regard to the processing of personal data of the interested party, the Owner, in the case of need, could appoint the following subjects as external Data Processor:

- the Web Agency that manages this website, which at the time of managing the site may process user data, or

- its own IT company, which at the time of assistance, maintenance or updating of the systems, could process the data of the interested party;

or again

- the company that provides the navigation space (Hosting).

For any information concerning the company name, the data they process, the processing methods, contact the addresses indicated in the inscription. In any case, the appointment of the aforementioned subjects, as well as their scope of responsibility, are limited to the areas of treatment already mentioned. Over time, the Data Controller may update the list of Data Processors (adding new Managers or revoking down assignments); the interested party may request more information by contacting the addresses already indicated.

PERSON IN CHARGE / AUTHORIZED

art. 29 GDPR

As for the person in charge, that is the natural person who process the data under the authority and the direction of the Data Controller, the latter - only in case of need - will appoint some subjects (employees or authorized third parties) as << in charge of treatment >> and will instruct them to treat the data of the interested party with care and correctness.

For any information regarding the appointees, their appointment, as well as the instructions intended for them to correctly process the data of the person concerned, contact the addresses already indicated.

COMMUNICATION TO OTHER SUBJECTS

art. 13 par. 2 lett. e) GDPR

 

Except for what has already been said regarding the Data Processors and Persons in charge of processing, the Data Controller undertakes not to communicate the data of the interested party to third parties, unless this is due to a legal or contractual obligation or the communication is not included in the requirements necessary for the conclusion of a contract. By way of example, in the case of the fulfillment of computer-related offenses by the interested party, the Data Controller may communicate his data to his lawyers, law enforcement agencies or judicial authorities.

UNDER THE AGE OF 14 YEARS OLD DATA

art. 8 GDPR

This website does not offer direct services to natural persons under the age of fourteen. The Data Controller is not responsible for the possible collection of data from these subjects, since this responsibility remains with the holders of parental responsibility for failure to supervise. In any case, if the Data Controller deems that some data inadvertently collected referred to natural persons under the age of fourteen, he will proceed without delay to the destruction of the same.

 

TREATMENTS CARRIED OUT THROUGH THIS WEBSITE TOWARDS USERS

The Data Controller only uses the strictly necessary data when processing data, which are marked with the asterisk symbol (*) in the appropriate fill in spaces on the website. The data provided will be used only and exclusively to achieve the purposes referred to in the following points (by way of example: the data supplied to request information on the activity carried out by the Data Controller will be used only to verify the request and not for different purposes, except for the consent of the interested party or legitimate interest of the Data Controller to use the data for different purposes).

PURPOSE OF DATA PROCESSING

art. 13 par. 1 lett. c) GDPR

LEGAL BASIS OF DATA PROCESSING

art. 13 par. 1 lett. c) GDPR

DATA STORAGE PERIOD

art. 13 par. 2 lett. a) GDPR

For what reasons / purposes does the Data Controller process the data of the interested party?

What justifies this treatment?

How long will the Data Controller keep the data of the interested party?

 

To allow navigation in the website

By simply browsing, no identification data will be collected. However, for the purposes of the normal operation of the website, it is possible that the computer system acquires some information whose transmission is implicit in internet communication protocols (eg log files). Furthermore, through the use of cookies, information that the user does not provide directly will be collected (see the Cookie Policy). In any case, this is information that is not collected in order to make an association to identified interested parties, but despite this, given their nature, could still allow third parties to identify the user, through processing and associations with other data already in their possession.

Depending on the case, the legal basis could lie in the consent ex art. 22 GDPR (see Information about cookies) or on legal and / or legitimate interests of third parties (art. 6 par. 1 lett. b) e f) GDPR).

 

 

 

 

This Owner does not retain any data potentially provided by simple navigation.

 

To fulfill legislative obligations.

The data provided by the interested party will be used for the fulfillment of legislative obligations (for example of fiscal and / or accounting nature) provided by national, European or supranational legislation.

 

The legal basis of such data processing lies in the fulfillment of a legal obligation to which the Data Controller is subject (art. 6 par. 1 lett. c) del GDPR).

The terms of conservation dependent on the standard applied by the Data Controller at the time of processing.

 

For verification purposes, exercise

or defense of rights.

The data provided by the data subject will be processed, if necessary, also for the verification, exercise or defense of the rights of the Data Controller in court.

 

What legitimizes such processing is the legitimate interest of the Data Controller (Article 6 paragraph 1 letter f) of the GDPR). Indeed, should a dispute / dispute arise between the data subject and the Data Controller, the latter will be entitled to process the data of the interested party to assert their reasons.

The Data Controller retains the data of the interested party for this purpose only if there is a reasonable probability of having to take legal action.

 

For processing of requests for information or  issue of offers (Form "Request for contact" and "Request a quote")

By filling out certain forms, the user provides his own personal data, which will be processed by this Owner to verify the requests for information coming from the interested party (requests generally concerning the type of activity carried out by the company, estimates, quotations, other referable to the transport of goods).

 

The legal basis lies in the execution of pre-contractual measures adopted at the request of the interested party (Article 6 paragraph 1 letter b) GDPR).

 

The data of the interested party will be kept for the time necessary to carry out the information release service: after this deadline, the data will be immediately deleted.

The Owner immediately informs the interested party that - in the case of stipulation of the contract - the company will keep the data for a maximum period of 10 years from the termination of the contractual relationship and this for legal, fiscal and accounting protection needs that the Owner is submitted by law (see the "General Privacy Notice" link at the bottom of this website).

To examine the user's application as a member of our team (Form "Work with us")

The following data will be processed by the Data Controller in order to examine the candidate's professional profile in view of his / her hiring: name, surname, email, telephone number, training, fiscal code, other data also referable to minors if the candidate is under 18 years old. The interested party is advised not to indicate data of a "sensitive nature" (those listed in art. 9 of the EU Regulation 679/2016, such as, for example health data, other), unless this is not strictly necessary. Judicial data will not be processed in any way (art. 10 GDPR), therefore the interested party is obliged not to supply them.

If the candidate provides his or her own "public social network profile" (such as that of Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, other), the data entered in it will be processed by the Data Controller only if they are necessary and relevant for the execution of the job performance to which the candidate's request is addressed (example: if the candidate proposes himself as a social media manager and has a social profile useful to promote his / her own skills / abilities, then the Data Controller may lawfully process the aforementioned data). No social-profile (even public) used by the interested party for purely private purposes will be considered by the Data Controller, so please do not include this information in your CV.

The processing is lawful as it is carried out for the execution of pre-contractual measures adopted at the request of the interested party (ex art. 6 para. 1 letter b) GDPR). In effect, the sending of one's CV or other data pertaining to the professional / work sphere - and the subsequent screening of the profile by the Owner - is intended to determine whether or not the establishment of the employment relationship. In any case, the consent at the bottom of the CV must be issued in the event that the data subject decides to provide the Data Controller with “sensitive nature” data. ("I give my explicit consent to the processing of the" sensitive "data I provide through this CV", with indication of the date and your signature).

 

To supplement the general rules on communications to third parties: if the CV is sent spontaneously by the interested party, then your personal data will not be disclosed to third parties.

Instead, if the CV is sent by the interested party following the acknowledgment of a job announcement published by the Data Controller through a third-party website or through the help of employment agencies, then such third-party companies could process the data of the candidate. If necessary, these third parties will be appointed as data processors.

 

The retention period depends on whether or not the employment relationship is established. In fact, if the Data Controller is not interested in the profile, he will immediately cancel the candidate's data. Instead, in the case of interesting profiles but not necessary at the time of presentation, the Data Controller will keep the data for a maximum period of 15 months. Finally, in the case of stipulation of the employment contract with the candidate, the Data Controller will keep the data of the new employee according to what is established by the "Information for employees" which will be provided for this purpose.

 

To send advertising communications

(c.d. Direct Marketing).

The following information will be applied whenever, while browsing this website, the user is required to provide his data and his consent for the receipt of advertising material or commercial communications, offers and promotions, direct sales, or for carrying out market research or opinion polls (hereinafter referred to as "direct marketing").

The purpose of the processing is to carry out marketing activities towards the user.

 

The legal basis is:

1) in the consent (optional) pursuant to art. 6 par. 1 letter a) GDPR of the interested party;

2) in the art. 130 paragraph 4 new Privacy Code, but only in the case of processing by e-mail and for sending communications regarding services similar to those already "sold" to the Customer;

3) in the legitimate interest pursuant to art. 6 par. 1 letter f) (in combination with Recital 47 GDPR) when the interested party expects such processing by the Owner and this does not affect his or her rights and freedoms.

4) in the case of processing communications sent by telephone operator, such processing is precluded from the data subject who is registered in the Register of Oppositions.

 

1) In the case of consent, the data will be stored for this purpose until the withdrawal of the consent as per art. 7 GDPR. Withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent prior to revocation;

2) - 3) instead, in the case of treatment carried out pursuant to art. 130 paragraph 4 new Privacy Code and art. 6 par. 1 letter f) the data will be stored for this purpose until the opposition pursuant to art. 21 GDPR by the interested party, to be enforced from the beginning of the treatment or during its protraction.

 

To provide the goods tracking service.

Customers who wish to monitor the location of their merchandise are given credentials to access the appropriate area of ​​the site ("Connected to the monitoring system").

 

The legal basis lies in the legitimate interest of the Data Controller (Article 6 paragraph 1 letter F GDPR). This treatment does not infringe the rights and freedoms of the interested party; the Owner - through the provision of this service - considers to provide its Customer with an effective and valid system to continuously monitor their goods during transport.

The data will be retained until the client has objected to the processing.

 

To provide information.

By using the email address, telephone number or other contact details that the data controller has published on its website, the user provides his or her personal data (for example - at the time of the telephone call - his or her name, surname, phone number, other). The purpose of processing is to find information requests from the interested party.

The legal basis of the processing consists in the execution of pre-contractual measures adopted at the request of the interested party (art. 6 para. 1 letter b) GDPR), as requests for information on the activity and services offered by the Data Controller, other; or in the user's consent (art. 6 letter a) GDPR), which will expressly declare by contacting the Data Controller; or in the legitimate interest of the Data Controller (article 6 paragraph 1 letter f) GDPR).

The data of the interested party will be kept for the time necessary to process the information service by the Owner, then they will be deleted.

 

INFORMATION ON COOKIES

The information on cookies and on automated systems similar to cookies is made available to the user by clicking on the appropriate link called "COOKIE POLICY" on the website. For completeness, the Data Controller also provides the aforementioned information below.

 

 

LIST OF

TREATMENT

MODE OF TREATMENT

art. 13 GDPR

BOND OF OBLIGATION

art. 13 par. 2 lett. e)

 

With what systems does the Owner

carry out this treatment?

Is the data subject obliged to provide his data to the Data Controller? Consequences in case data are not provided.

To allow the navigation in

the website.

Treatment carried out exclusively through IT systems.

The data subject is not obliged to provide his data.

Missing data does not allow navigation.

 

To fulfill legislative obligations.

 

The system depends on legal obligations; in fact, it is sometimes the legislative discipline that provides for the methods of carrying out the processing (see, for example, electronic invoicing).

No relief.

 

For verification purposes, exercise

or defense of rights.

 

Treatments carried out using IT systems (for example, using email, PEC, telematic platform, management systems, other) and paper systems (for example, through the drafting of judicial documents, notices, printing of documents, paper mail, other). Sometimes, the system depends on legal obligations (see PCT). For verification purposes, exercise or defense of rights.

No relief.

 

For the processing of requests for information or the issue of estimates (Form "Request for contact" and "Request a quote")

Treatment carried out exclusively through IT systems.

 

The data subject is not obliged to provide his data.

Failure to provide data does not allow the user to receive information on the activity carried out by the Data Controller or offers.

 

To examine the user's application as a member of our team (Form "Work with us")

This treatment is carried out with IT systems (email, use of personal computer and other management systems, other) and paper (with CV printing).

 

Providing such data is not mandatory.

Failure to provide the data does not allow the Data Controller to examine the candidate's professional profile and to the latter to (at least potentially) become part of our team.

To send advertising communications

(c.d. Direct Marketing).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Communications concerning "Direct Marketing" are carried out through "automated" systems (such as, for example, by email, fax, sms, telephone calls without the aid of an operator, social networks, interactive applications, push notifications) and using "traditional" systems (such as, for example, by paper mail and / or calls with an operator). It is specified that the consent collected for the carrying out of the treatments with "automated systems" legitimizes the Owner to use the same data also for carrying out communications through the "traditional systems". In any case, the interested party has the right to oppose any unwanted processing methods (for example, by expressing their willingness to receive only communications via email).

The provision of personal data is not mandatory.

In the event of failure to provide data to receive marketing communications, the data subject may not collect more information on the activity and the services performed by the Data Controller, other.

 

 

 

 

 

To provide the goods tracking service.

Treatment carried out using computer systems, software.

 

The provision of personal data is not mandatory.

Failure to provide the data does not allow the user to monitor the position of his goods.

 

DISTRIBUTION AND TRANSFER OF DATA IN COUNTRIES NOT BELONGING TO THE EUROPEAN UNION OR TO INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

art. 13 par. 1 lett. f).

The owner does not disseminate or transfer user data to non-EU countries. In the case of transfers, the Data Controller guarantees the application of the rules referred to in articles 44 and following of the GDPR. For any information, contact the email address already reported.

 

RIGHTS OF THE PERSON CONCERNED - CLAIM TO THE CONTROL AUTHORITY

What are the rights of the data subject who gave his data to the Data Controller?

The person concerned - that is, the person who makes the personal data available to the Data Controller - is the owner of the following rights:

- the data subject's right to request the owner access to personal data, ie to know what data the data controller is dealing with (art. 15 GDPR);

- the right to obtain rectification, ie the right to have their data changed if they are changed (art. 16 GDPR);

- the right to limit the processing that concerns them, ie to limit the use of data by the data controller (art. 18 GDPR);

- the right to oppose, for legitimate reasons, to their processing (art. 21 GDPR);

- the right to data portability or the right to receive all personal data processed by the owner in a structured and legible format using an IT support (art. 20 GDPR);

- the right to request cancellation of their data from the owner (art. 17 GDPR);

- the right to revoke previously express explicit consent at any time, without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing carried out up to that time (art. 7 - 13 GDPR);

- the right to lodge a complaint with the Guarantor for the Protection of Personal Data in the event of violations of the law (art. 77 GDPR).

Requests can be sent to the Data Controller, without formalities, to the following address: info@dissegna.com

 

 

 

COOKIE POLICY

OF THE WEB SITE WWW.DISSEGNA.COM

(art. 13 REG. (UE) 2016/679)

 

INFORMATION WEBSITE MOD. 1 - 2 September 2019

 

For any clarification, information, exercise of the rights listed in this statement, please contact info@dissegna.com.

The interested party is requested to indicate in the subject of the communication "Instance Cookie website".

 

The "INFORMATION ON THE PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA OF THE WEBSITE" is an integral part of the following "COOKIE POLICY", including the rights that the user may assert by contacting the addresses already indicated.

The information may undergo changes following the introduction of new regulations or following changes to the website, so we invite you to periodically visit this section for updating.

 

I.

GENERAL INFORMATION ON COOKIES.

 

Pursuant to EU Regulation 679/2016, as well as based on the provisions of the Guarantor for the protection of personal data with the resolution of 08.05.2014 for the identification of simplified procedures for information and the acquisition of consent to use of cookies - published in the Official Journal n. 126 of 3.06.2014 - and in compliance with all subsequent clarifications, with this information the Data Controller provides its own Cookie Policy.

The Cookie Policy is intended to provide the user with all the information relating to the art. 13 of the GDPR, as well as to describe in a specific and analytical way the characteristics and purposes of the cookies installed on the website, with the possibility for the user to select / deselect individual cookies.

The use of cookies is processed using automated tools and the data retention period depends on the nature of the cookie used.

What cookies are.

Cookies are small code strings that the sites visited by the user send to their terminal (usually to the browser: Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.), where they are stored before being re-transmitted each time or later access by the same user.

Why are they useful?

Through the use of cookies, the website visited recognizes the user's device and this leads to an improvement in the browsing experience. Among the different purposes of the cookies there is the one of allowing the user to effectively navigate between the pages of the website, remember the favorite sites, memorize the language, etc .; cookies also help to ensure that the advertising content displayed online is more targeted, in relation to the specific interests of the user.

The classification of cookies.

 

Cookies are classified into different types:

1) in relation to duration, the cookie can be of session, which is automatically canceled when the browser is closed, or persistent, that is active until its expiry date or its cancellation by the user;

2) in relation to the origin, the cookie can be of first part, it means it is sent to the browser directly from the site you are visiting, or from a third party, it means it is sent to the browser from other sites and not from the site you are visiting.

3) In relation to the purposes, the cookie can be technical or profiling. This classification deserves a more detailed analysis.

The technical cookie.

 

It allows to improve the user's browsing experience. In fact, without the use of technical cookies some operations would be very complex or impossible to perform. These cookies - which could be first and third party cookies, session cookies - do not require the prior consent of the user for their installation. Technical cookies are "strictly necessary" when they allow you to navigate effectively on the website and take advantage of its essential features, such as, for example, allowing IT authentication to be performed or storing previous actions. By blocking the use of these cookies, the user's browsing experience may be compromised. Instead, technical cookies are "functional" when they allow you to improve the browsing experience by storing the preferences expressed by the user, such as language, name, place. By blocking these cookies the browsing experience will not be compromised, however the user will not be able to use these useful services. Technical cookies are "analytical" when they allow users to gather information on how to interact with the site, analyzing the number of pages visited, the time spent on the website, the most visited pages and any other events that occurred during navigation, as possible errors coming from the visited page. These cookies allow the website owner to obtain statistical data relating to navigation and improve the services offered to the user. Analytical cookies are technical in nature - not profiling - only when the site owner has adopted appropriate tools to reduce the identifying power of the analytical cookies used, by masking significant portions of the IP address. For the installation of technical cookies it is not necessary to collect the prior consent of the user, therefore - if the website uses only technical cookies - the data controller is not required to collect consent via the cookie banner. The extended information (what the user is reading right now) is instead mandatory.

 

The profiling cookie.

It is activated only after the user has given his consent. The release of the consent is done by clicking "OK" (or "continue", etc.) on the banner present on the homepage or on another page of the same site or through an active intervention by the user (for example, by selecting an element contained in the page below the banner itself). The profiling cookie serves to improve the services offered by the Owner as well as to select and send advertisements based on the preferences and tastes expressed by the user during navigation. The use of the profiling cookie to send targeted advertising does not imply the display of more advertisements or the browsing experience. In effect, with the deactivation of profiling cookies the user will see only generic advertising instead of advertisements in line with his interests. For example, profiling cookies are statistical ones - third-party analytics without IP masking and without data crossings, or advertising, advertising, tracking or conversion data.

 

II.

HOW COOKIES ARE SELECTED AND / OR DISABLED.

 

Unless the prior consent of the user in the case of installation of profiling cookies, the majority of browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. By changing the settings on your browser, cookies can be limited or blocked. To manage cookies, it is necessary to refer to the instruction manual or to the information provided by your browser by following the following paths (relating to the most common browsers):

                Explorer:

https://support.microsoft.com/it-it/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies 

                Safari:

support.apple.com/mobile
support.apple.com/desktop

                Chrome:

https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=it

                Firefox:

https://support.mozilla.org/it/kb/Eliminare%20i%20cookie

 

If the user uses multiple browsers, the procedure for deleting cookies must be performed for each one. If the user uses different devices (such as smartphones or tablets), to uninstall the cookies it will be necessary to refer to the instruction manual of your device. It should be noted that if you choose to block the receipt of cookies this could compromise or prevent the proper functioning of the website as some cookies are strictly necessary for navigation.

 

III.

COOKIES USED IN THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE.

HOW TO MANAGE THIRD-PARTY COOKIES.

 

This website uses a system called "CookieBot" to allow the user - by using the special disappearing banner located at the bottom of the page - to examine (by clicking "Show details") the detailed list of all cookies used, divided into categories and by function. By means of this banner, the user can express his / her preferences, disabling the unwanted cookies.

The technical and profiling cookies used on this website are listed below: this list must be integrated with the information provided by the aforementioned "CookieBot" system.

 

First-party technical and profiling cookies.

This website uses first-party technical cookies "strictly necessary" and "functional" to improve the user's browsing experience, for example by:

speed acceleration service;

for storing previous actions;

to provide the multilingual service.

For the deactivation of these cookies see point II of this statement.

This website does not use first-party profiling cookies.

 

List of technical cookies used on this website:

denomination cookie: language

domain: www.dissegna.com

duration period: of session.

denomination cookie: .ASPXANONYMOUS

domain: www.dissegna.com

duration period:  almost 2 months

denomination cookie: dnn_IsMobile

domain: www.dissegna.com

duration period: of session.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Technical cookies and third-party profiling cookies.

This website uses third-party tools.

These cookies are not controlled directly by the data controller and consequently, for deactivating them and for more information, the user must follow the procedures indicated below:

1) by clicking http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/ the user can get more information about third-party cookies, as well as get more information on the concept of behavioral advertising, on promotional and targeting cookies eventually stored on their terminal. The user can proceed to disable all or some of these cookies by clicking the following link: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte

or

2) cookies will be listed below - or similar systems in terms of characteristics - of third parties used on this website. To manage and deactivate these cookies and other systems it is necessary to access the information and consent forms of these third parties, by clicking on the links indicated below.

 

 

Analytical Google cookies - "Google Analytics"

The website uses "Google Analytics" for the installation of technical analytical cookies that allow the website owner to obtain statistical data relating to navigation and therefore allow the services offered to the user to be improved. The Website owner has adopted appropriate tools to reduce the identifying power of the analytical cookies used, by masking significant portions of the IP address.

The data generated by Google Analytics are stored in the terms indicated in the information available at the following address:

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2838718

The privacy statement of Google Inc. is instead available at the following address:

http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/

The user can deactivate Google Analytics by installing the opt-out add-on provided on his browser at the following address:

https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

Blocking these cookies will not compromise the user's browsing experience: it should be pointed out that the statistical data collected anonymously through these technical cookies are used by the Data Controller to improve its services in favor of the user.

 

List of "Google Analytics" cookies used on this website:

denomination cookie: __utma

domain: .dissegna.com

duration period: 2 years

denomination cookie: __utmb

domain:  .dissegna.com

duration period:   less than one minute

denomination cookie: __utmc

domain: .dissegna.com

duration period: of session

denomination cookie: __utmt

domain: .dissegna.com

duration period:   less than one minute

denomination cookie: __utmv

domain:  .dissegna.com

duration period: of session

denomination cookie: __utmz

domain: .dissegna.com

duration period:  6 months

 

Facebook Pixels.

Facebook Pixel is a statistical data collection tool that the Data Controller uses to monitor how the user interacts with the site or to measure the effectiveness of their advertising. The Pixel allows you to record the user's behavior (for example, how many times a particular page is visited or the number of accesses) and, in this way, the Data Controller will be able to "reach it" to send advertising adverts in line with the interests (through the Pixel, the Owner makes sure to show his ads to the right people, he can create groups of public to whom allocating the advertisements, he can take advantage of Facebok's advertising tools). The user data that is recorded via the Pixel is the reference URL, the browser information and the Facebook user ID. Personalized data may also be transmitted, but no confidential information attributable to the natural person.

The third party (ie Facebook) uses cookies, web beacons and other storage technologists to collect or retrieve information from this website or the Internet, and uses this information to provide measurement services and to define the recipients of the insertions.

If the user wants to prevent the storage of his data, before visiting this website he will have to log in to his Facebook account to proceed with the disconnection from it. In the event that the user had already logged into this site without the previous disconnection procedure, the links to the Privacy Information of the third party for the management of his data are shown below:

https://www.facebook.com/about/basics/it 

as well as

https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/ 

Facebook Pixels fall into the categories of profiling systems, since they allow the storage of the tastes and interests of the user, who can receive targeted advertising. Disabling these systems will not compromise the user's browsing experience, but the latter will no longer be able to receive advertising in line with his interests.

The FB Pixel allows the user to receive targeted advertising on their Facebook profile but also on Instagram.

 

List of "Facebook" cookies used on this website:

denomination cookie: fr

domain: .facebook.com

duration period:  almost 3 months

denomination cookie: cookie image

domain: www.facebook.com

duration period:  of session.

 

 

Social Network Icon

On the website’s pages there are some social network buttons (for example, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter). These are the c.d. social network icon that indicate the presence of the owner of this website on a specific social platform. These buttons do not release profiling cookies. In any case, the user is advised to find out how these social networks manage their data, accessing all the information on the privacy of the different flat forms.

Final Information

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