THE PURPOSE OF THE DISCLOSURE
The information is provided only for the site www.pozzebonrefurbishment.it owned by Pozzebon s.r.l.
The purpose of this page is to describe how to manage the site in relation to the processing of personal data of users who consult it, which will be treated according to the rules of lawfulness, fairness, relevance and not excessive.
OWNER AND MANAGER
The Data Controller of the processing operations described is Pozzebon srl, with registered office in Via Guglielmo Marconi 9d - 31100 Treviso (TV) - Italy. The processing operations will be carried out by Trustees designated by the Data Controller and/or the Data Processor, who will operate under their direct authority in compliance with the instructions received.
SUBJECTS TO WHOM THE PERSONAL DATA MAY BE COMMUNICATED OR WHO MAY BECOME AWARE OF THEM IN THEIR CAPACITY AS DATA PROCESSORS OR PERSONS IN CHARGE OF PROCESSING
Your data may be communicated to external companies, whose collaboration Carron Cav. Angelo SpA will use, which in any case guarantee the adoption of security and confidentiality criteria equivalent to those adopted by Carron Cav. Angelo SpA and who will act as external managers of the treatment.
Your personal data may be disclosed to third parties in order to comply with legal obligations, or to comply with orders from public authorities or to exercise a right in court. Furthermore, with your consent, your data may be communicated to third party companies as indicated in point d) of the information notice.
TYPES OF DATA PROCESSED
The computer systems and software procedures used to operate this website acquire, during their normal operation, some personal data (so-called log files) whose transmission is implicit in the communication protocols of the Internet.
This information is not collected to be associated with identified interested parties, but by their very nature could, through processing and association with data held by third parties, allow users to be identified.
This category of data includes IP addresses or domain names of computers used by users who connect to the site, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) of requested resources, the time of the request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in reply, the numerical code indicating the status of the response from the server (successful, error, etc..) and other parameters regarding the operating system and computer environment.
These data are used only to obtain anonymous statistical information on the use of the site and to check its correct functioning. The data could be used to ascertain responsibility in case of hypothetical computer crimes against the site and can be shown to the Judicial Authority, if explicitly requested.
Data provided voluntarily by the user
The optional, explicit and voluntary sending of electronic mail to the addresses indicated on this site entails the subsequent acquisition of the sender's address, necessary to respond to requests, and any other personal data included in the message.
Specific summary information will be progressively reported or displayed on the pages of the site set up for particular services on request.
What is a cookie?
What is a cookie? A cookie is a small text file that is stored by your computer when a website is visited by a user. The text stores information that the site can read when you visit it at a later time. Some of these cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the site, while others are useful to the visitor because they can securely store, for example, the user name or language settings. The advantage of having cookies installed on your PC is that you no longer need to fill in the same information every time you want to access a previously visited site.
First-part cookies are cookies generated and used by the operator of the site on which the user is browsing. These cookies, technical and performance, are limited: in the first case to the transmission of session identifiers (consisting of random numbers generated by the server) that allow a safe and efficient website browsing; in the second case used for statistical purposes to detect unique users, content viewed or downloaded, etc., Google Analytics is an example. The data is stored anonymously and is used in an aggregate manner. In particular, to disable Google Analytics cookies, you can use a special add-on provided by Google. To install it click here.
Third-party cookies, such as the one set by the Facebook "Like" button, are cookies that are generated and used by parties other than the operator of the site on which you are browsing, based on contracts between the owner of the website and the relevant third party. Some advertisers use these cookies to track your visits to the sites where they offer their services.
How do I disable cookies?
You can change your browser to disable cookies in a very simple procedure. Please note that if you deactivate cookies, your username and password will no longer be stored in the login box on the website.
Press the "Alt" button on your keyboard.
On the toolbar at the top of your browser, select "Tools" and then "Options".
Then select the 'Privacy' tab.
Go to 'History settings:' and then 'Use custom settings'. Uncheck "Accept cookies from sites" and save your preferences.
Open Internet Explorer.
Click on the "Tools" button and then on "Internet Options".
Select the "Privacy" tab and move the slider to the level of privacy you want to set (up to block all cookies or down to allow all cookies).
Then click OK.
Open Google Chrome.
Click on the "Tools" icon.
Select 'Settings' and then 'Advanced Settings'.
Select "Content settings" under "Privacy".
From the "Cookies and site data" tab where you can search for and delete specific cookies.
Type chrome://settings/cookie in the address bar and hit enter.
You'll access the "Cookies and Site Data" tab where you can search for and delete specific cookies.
Choose "Preferences" in the toolbar, then select the "Security" pane in the dialog box that follows.
In the "Accept Cookies" section, you can specify whether and when Safari should save cookies from websites. For more information, click the Help button (marked with a question mark).
For more information about the cookies that are stored on your computer, click on "Show Cookies".
OPTIONAL PROVISION OF DATA
The provision of data is optional.
However, the refusal of the person concerned to provide his/her personal data will make it impossible for the Data Controller to send business proposals and information on the company's activities.
METHODS OF TREATMENT
Personal data are processed by automated tools for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected.
Specific security measures are observed to prevent the loss of data, illicit or incorrect use and unauthorized access.
RIGHTS OF THE INTERESTED PARTIES
The interested party has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or not of personal data concerning him and their communication in intelligible form. The interested party has the right to know the content and origin of the personal data.
The interested party also has the right to obtain:
a) updating, rectification or, when interested, integration of data;
b) the cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed in violation of the law, including data whose retention is unnecessary for the purposes for which the data were collected or subsequently processed;
c) certification to the effect that the operations as per letters a) and b) have been notified, as also related to their contents, to the entities to whom or which the data were communicated or disseminated, unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared with the right that is to be protected.
Finally, the interested party has the right to object, in whole or in part:
a) for legitimate reasons to the processing of personal data concerning him, even if pertinent to the purpose of collection;
b) to the processing of personal data concerning him/her for the purpose of sending advertising or direct sales material or for carrying out market research or commercial communication surveys