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The following information is provided in compliance with Art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003 (and following amendments) concerning the treatment of personal data by the website www.recyclingpoint.info.
Such information does not concern other websites possibly visited by the user through links contained in the above mentioned website.
Subject in charge of data treatment
The subject in charge of data treatment is the firm Innovando s.r.l. based in Rovereto (Trento, Italy).
Type of data treated and objective of the data treatment
Browsing data: while the user browses through the website, the software and information systems that regulate the website’s functioning collect some of the user’s personal data. The transmission of such data is implicitly allowed with the use of the Internet’s communication protocols.
The above mentioned data includes IP address and domain name of the computer used by the website’s visitor, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) of the requested online resources, the time of the request, the method used in submitting the request to the server, the size of the file obtained as an answer, the numerical code representing the server’s answer (successful communication, error, etc.), and other information concerning the operating system and IT environment of the user.
This data alone cannot be associated with a specific user, but it could allow user identification if crossed with data in possession of other subjects. Such data, however, is only used by the company with the purpose of elaborating anonymous statistics on website usage and verifying the correct functioning of the website. The data is deleted immediately after these elaborations.
Moreover, the data could be used to ascertain responsibilities in case of crimes or attacks perpetrated against the website.
Like many other service providing websites, the above mentioned website may use a standard technology called “cookies” to collect information about the visitors’ use of the website. For more information on this technology, please read the “Cookies” section.
A cookie is a small text file that some websites send to the user’s hard drive when the website is visited. A cookie contains information such as the user ID created by the website to track the pages visited by the user. Apart from this, the only personal information that a cookie may contain is the data entered by the user himself. A cookie cannot read the data on the user’s hard disk, nor read the cookies created by other websites.
In case the user does not wish to receive the cookies while visiting the website, it is possible to change the browser settings so as to receive a notification before accepting the cookies, and to refuse to accept the cookies when the browser signals their presence. The user can also refuse all cookies by deactivating them in the browser settings, although this would make it impossible for the user to fully enjoy the services provided by the cookies-using websites.
In particular, the user could be requested to accept cookies in order to complete specific operations on the website. However, the user does not need to accept all cookies to use/browse many parts of the website, except when the access to a specific page requires entering of user name and password.
This website uses technical cookies (functions – browsing – analytics, as better explained below) as well as profiling cookies, meaning cookies that create a profile of the user in order to send relevant ads based on the preferences shown by the user during website visit.
Use of Google Analytics
Analytics cookies are regarded as technical cookies only if they are used for optimization purposes and if the user IP address is kept anonymous.
We would like to inform our users that this website uses Google Analytics services. The data gathered through these services is only used to get information about the most visited pages of the website, the number of visitors, and website visit data classified by operative system, by browser, etc. The IP addresses of Google Analytics are made anonymous.
This data is stored in Google’s servers and treated according to the present privacy guidelines. Users can deactivate Google Analytics while browsing by changing their browser settings.
Purpose of data treatment
The data required at the moment of the registration on the website is necessary for the website to provide the requested services. After explicit acceptance of the relevant clauses and within the limits set by the current norms, the data provided by the user can also be used to send commercial information concerning products, services or initiatives by the website’s managers; to assess user satisfaction with respect to the services provided; to participate in statistical and marketing surveys and researches.
Moreover, after explicit acceptance of the relevant clauses and within the limits set by the current norms, the data provided by the user can also be used to send commercial information concerning products, services or initiatives by commercial partners of the website’s managers or other companies. The data can also be used for both direct and indirect sales and advertisement of goods and services.
Again, only after explicit acceptance, the data can be transmitted to specialized companies and used for marketing activities on behalf of third parties. An updated list of these subjects can be requested by sending an email to the website’s managers.
The marketing activities include both direct and indirect sales and advertisement of goods and services by third parties.
Mode of treatment
The data can be treated through computer or manual methods, with procedures that fully comply with the current applicable norms. Specific safety measures are adopted to prevent data loss, illicit usage or illicit access to the data.
In case of computer treatment, and particularly in case of data transmission by email, the website’s managers are allowed to include in the message some tags to verify the reception and reading of the message, and to check the links possibly selected by the user, for statistical purposes and with the aim of ensuring the correct reception of the message.
Nature of data transmission
In addition to the browsing data, the user can choose to communicate the personal data entered in the request forms.
Failing to communicate such data entails the impossibility to benefit from some of the free services required and to access the services mentioned in item a) of paragraph “Purpose of data treatment”.
Categories of subjects to whom the personal data can be given or who can have knowledge of the data in their capacity as persons in charge or appointed representatives.
The user’s personal data will never be diffused or disclosed to non-authorized subjects. Except in case of an explicit request by the user, no external subject will be granted access to the database of registered users. The user’s personal data will only be treated by employees working under the responsibility of the person in charge for data treatment. Such employees are considered as appointed representatives of the person in charge and have been provided with all the necessary information so as to treat the data in compliance with the above mentioned rules and objectives.
In addition to the employees of the person in charge, part of the data treatment could be carried out by external subjects (in Italy and/or abroad) appointed by the person in charge to complete some technical tasks, or tasks related to data management and organisation, as required in order to provide the above mentioned free services. In this case, these subjects are considered as independent managers of the data and are appointed as persons in charge of data treatment or appointed representatives. They will be provided with all necessary operational instructions, concerning in particular the adoption of obligatory safety measures, in order to guarantee the confidentiality and safety of the data.
It is possible to ask the website’s managers for an updated list of all persons in cCharge of data treatment.
Rights of Users
In compliance with Art. 7 of Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003 (and subsequent amendments), the users have the right to ask for confirmation of the existence or non-existence of personal data regarding them. The request can be done at all times. The users have the right to know the content and origin of personal data related to them, also in order to verify its accuracy or request its update, modification, or correction.
In compliance with the same article, users have the right to request the cancellation, anonymous transformation, or complete block of their personal data, in case the data is treated in ways that violate the applicable law. The users also have the right to oppose the treatment of their personal data for legitimate reasons. All requests have to be sent by email to email@example.com