The following page describes the way users’ personal data are treated.
They are regulated by the Italian legislative decree No. 196/2003 section 13 – Code for the protection of personal data for those who interact with the web services of the company, which can be found at:
which is the homepage of the company’s official website.
The informative policy only refers to this website and not to other websites which the user may see through external links.
The informative policy was also inspired by Recommendation n. 2/2001 that the European powers for personal data protection, gathered in a Group formed by art. 29 of directive n. 95/46/CE, passed on 17th May 2001 to identify the minimum requisites for online information collection. Namely, it regulates the means, times and nature of the information that the owners of the treatment must provide to users when they consulting their webpage, regardless of their purpose when consulting the page.
THE “OWNER” OF THE TREATMENT
After consulting this website, data belonging to identified or identifiable people can be treated.
The “owner” of data treatment is Baldinini s.r.l. in the person of its pro tempore legal representative.
PLACE OF DATA TREATMENT
Data treatment connected to this website is handled in the same place where the company has its seat and by people of the dedicated office which handles personal data, or by third parties for occasional maintenance purposes.
No data acquired through this website is dispersed.
Personal data provided by users who wish to receive informative material (forms, cd-roms, catalogues, price lists, answers to inquiries, etc.) are used solely to provide the service requested.
KINDS OF DATA TREATED
During their use software procedures and systems used for this website acquire some personal data, the transmission of which is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols.
These data are not collected in order to be associated with any identifiable person, even though a processing of the information through matching of data owned by third parties could lead to identification of users.
Among these data there are IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by users in order to access the website, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of the requests, the times of the requests, the means used for the requests to the server, the size of the answer file, the number code identifying the status of the answer given by the server (positive ending, error, etc.) and other parameters related to the user’s operating system and IT environment.
These data are solely used in order to draw anonymous statistics regarding the website use and to check its correct functioning and they are cancelled immediately afterwards. Data could be used to ascertain any responsibility connected to computer crimes against the website: apart from such event, data regarding web contacts are not stored for more than seven days.
Data provided voluntarily by users
Voluntarily sending e-mails to the addresses listed on this website involves the collection of the sender’s address in order to provide an answer. The same applies to any personal information which are present in the communication.
Specific summarising policies will progressively be stated and displayed on the site’s web pages which are arranged for particular services upon request.
OPTIONAL DATA ASSIGNMENT
Except for what specified for surfing data, users are free to either provide or not any personal data. The denial to provide some data may result in the impossibility to receive the requested service.
MEANS OF TREATMENT
Personal information is processed with automatic tools during the limited time which is necessary to achieve the purposes for which they are collected.
Specific security measures are being taken to prevent data loss, illegal use or unauthorised access to data.
Users have the right to obtain at any given moment the confirmation of their personal data presence, content and origin, to check that they are correct and to ask that they are updated or rectified (please refer to art. 7 of legislative decree No. 196/2003).
According to this decree one has the right to request that one’s data are cancelled, rectified, blocked or to oppose their treatment.
Such requests must be sent to the data treatment owner Dott. Juri Torreggiani (see below).
List of people in charge for Privacy (art. 13 of legislative decree No. 196/2003)
The following list of people in charge regarding Privacy of company Baldinini srl is published in compliance with art. 13, section 1, letter f of he “Code for the protection of personal data” (legislative decree n. 196/03) in order to let known to users who the people in charge for treating personal data are within this company.
List of people in charge
1. Person in charge for reply to users: dott. Juri Torreggiani, with studio in Reggio Emilia, via Piccard 16/G, ph. 0522/30.11.69, fax 0522/38.79.96;
2. Person in charge for “Policy”: dott. Juri Torreggiani, with studio in Reggio Emilia, via Piccard 16/G, ph. 0522/30.11.69, fax 0522/38.79.96.
Subject-matter of this statement
Cookies are small pieces of data (letters and/or numbers) that the website sends to the user’s terminal (PC, tablet, smartphone, etc.) and are stored by the terminal in order to be retransmitted to the original website on the occasion of the same user’s next visit.
Types of cookies and their purpose
This website uses the following types of cookies:
To disable third-party cookies and prevent Google Analytics from collecting website activity data, you can install Google’s opt-out component on your browser from here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
We also inform you that you can at any time freely configure your privacy settings concerning installing and using cookies directly on your browser by following the relative instructions.
You can in particular set so-called “private browsing” whereby your browser ceases to record your browsing history, any passwords used, cookies and other information about the pages visited.
We wish to warn you that should you decide to disable all cookies (including technical cookies), the quality and speed of the services provided by this website could be badly affected and you could be unable to access certain sections of the site.
Practical tips about browser settings
To block or limit cookies, from this or other websites, please see the following simple instructions for the most commonly-used browsers.
Google Chrome: click on the Customise and Control icon (Chrome menu) in the top right-hand corner, then select “Settings”. In the following window, select “Show advanced settings” and then on the “Privacy” menu click on the “Content settings” where you can block some or all cookies.
Microsoft Internet Explorer: click on the Tools menu, top-right, then select “Internet options”. In the following window, select “InPrivate Browsing” where you can block some or all cookies.
Mozilla Firefox: open the top-left drop-down menu and select “Options”. In the following window, select “Privacy” where you can block some or all cookies.
This document was drawn up on: 16/03/2017