Cookies & Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

EU General Data Protection Regulation No 679/2016
Pursuant to Articles 13 and 14 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation No 679/2016, the undersigned company hereby informs you that it is in possession of data relating to you, acquired from you in oral or written form or acquired from public registers.
We inform you that the processing of your data will be governed by principles of fairness, lawfulness, transparency and protection of your confidentiality and your rights.
The company has not appointed a DPO (Data Protection Officer).

Purposes of the processing for which the personal data are intended and legal basis thereof
Your personal data will be processed:
a) with your consent (Article 7, GDPR), for the following purposes:
• marketing activities of varying type, including the distribution of materials of an informative and promotional character and the sending of newsletters and publications;
• management of surveys and questionnaires relating to the degree of customer satisfaction.
b) without your consent (Article 6(b),(c) and (f), GDPR), for the following purposes:
• complying with the provisions of (national or Community) laws and regulations, or fulfilling an order of the judicial authorities or supervisory bodies to which the data controllers are subject;
The processing is necessary to formalise and manage the agreement between you and Recapito Certo s.r.l..
We shall note that the provision of data is necessary for the performance of contractual obligations. Failure to provide the data precludes the performance of the agreement.
Furthermore, tax-related data will be transmitted to the accounting firm, again for the purpose of fulfilling the legal obligations tied to performance of the agreement.
The provision of data for the purposes stated in section a) above is optional and, consequently, you may decide not to give your consent, or to revoke it at any time.
The provision of data for the purposes stated in section b) above is mandatory. The lack of data and/or any express refusal to allow their processing will result in a possible violation of orders from the competent authorities.

Categories of personal data processed
Within the scope of the purposes stated in paragraph 3 above, the processing will be carried out exclusively on personal data concerning, by way of example, name and surname, tax identification code, VAT registration no., residence status, home address, workplace, e-mail or certified e-mail address, telephone and fax number, employer, role and/or position in the company, etc.

Retention and transfer of personal data abroad
The management and storage of personal data takes place in clouds and on servers located in the European Union and which are owned and/or available to the data processor and/or third-party firms, duly appointed as data processors. Your personal data will not be disseminated.

Methods of processing
It is possible to request the portability of the data provided. The data will not be transferred outside Italy. The data retention period will be 10 YEARS, in accordance with the obligations tied to tax and legal requirements.
It is possible for you to exercise your right to submit a complaint to the Data Protection Authority:
Garante per la Protezione dei Dati Personali, Piazza di Monte Citorio n. 121 00186 ROMA Fax: (+39) 06.69677.3785 telephone switchboard: (+39) 06.696771
E-mail: garante@gpdp.it – Certified E-Mail: protocollo@pec.gpdp.it
The processing of data does not involve the use of any automated decision-making process, including profiling.
You can always contact the Data Processor in order to exercise your rights over the management of your personal data processed by us. The contact information of the Data Processor is: E-Mail info@recapitocerto.it Certified E-Mail: recapitocerto@legalmail.it Telephone: (+39) 04611610159; or send a registered letter to: Recapito Certo S.r.l.. Registered office and operational headquarters Viale Vicenza 47, c/o Centro Commerciale le Valli, Cap 38051 Borgo Valsugana.
Recapito Certo S.r.l.

Cookie Policy

What cookies are and what they are used for
Cookies are small text files that are saved on your computer when you visit certain Internet sites.
They are sent to your terminal (usually to the browser) from the websites you browse and then stored in order to be retransmitted to the same sites the next time you visit them. You can also collect a large number and they are sometimes stored for long periods. They are used for different purposes: carrying out computer authentications, monitoring sessions, storing information on specific configurations regarding your access to servers, etc.

How we use them on our website
For our website we use cookies, asking for your consent whenever the law or applicable regulations thus require, to make browsing easier and personalise the information aimed at the user. We also use similar systems to collect browsing information, e.g. the IP address, type of browser and operating system used and/or web pages visited by a user for statistical or security purposes. We inform you that if you decide to disable or reject the cookies, some parts of the website and the associated subdomains might be inaccessible or not function correctly. Therefore, for easier and more complete use of this website it is advisable to accept receipt of these cookies. Cookies are not harmful to your computer, tablet or smartphone. No personal identification information is stored in the cookies generated by the website, only encrypted information.

Our website and its associated subdomains use the following cookies:
Browser cookies: they are fundamental to enable you to browse the website and use its functions. Without these cookies it is possible that certain functions will not be accessible or will not work correctly. The cookies that are strictly necessary are used to store an identifier serving to uniquely identify the user and distinguish him/her from other users, so as to provide the user with consistent, precise service.
Performance cookies: They can be our own or our partners’, session or persistent cookies. Their use is limited to the performance and improvement of the website. There cookies do not collect any information that can identify the user. All the information collected by these cookies is aggregated in anonymous form and used only to improve the functionality of the website.
Functional cookies: they are usually dependent on an action of the user, but can also be implemented in the provision of a service that is not explicitly requested, but offered to the user. They can also be used to prevent a service already proposed to a specific user from being offered again. Furthermore, these cookies are anonymous and cannot transmit the user’s behaviour to other websites.
Third-party cookies for marketing/retargeting: they are used by partners of our website in order to present our advertising messages when you visit other websites, by showing, for example, the last products you viewed on the website. These cookies can also be used to show products that might interest you or are similar to the ones you viewed previously. The use of these cookies does not imply any processing of personal data, but can enable a connection to the browser installed on your computer or other devices used during browsing.

How to disable cookies
The rules on the protection of personal data provide that you can disable cookies already received (“opt-out”). An opt-out is envisaged for “technical cookies” (Article 122 of the Data Protection Code), as well as for cookies that do not fall among the “technical cookies” previously accepted (“opt-in”) by the user. You can disable and/or delete cookies (“opt-out”) by means of your browser settings and disable and/or delete the individual “non-technical” cookies sent by third parties by accessing the website managed by the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA) at the address www.youronlinechoices.eu

How to disable cookies in Internet Explorer
1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Click Tools, and then choose Internet Options.
3. Click the Privacy tab, and then, under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies, and then click OK.
Blocking cookies could prevent some web pages from displaying correctly.

How to block cookies in Firefox
1. Open Firefox and click the menu button. Select Options.
2. Select the Privacy panel.
3. Under the History settings, select the option “Use custom settings for history”.
4. Remove the check from Accept cookies from websites.
5. Click OK to close the options window.

How to disable cookies in Google Chrome
1. Open Chrome and Select Settings.
2. In the bottom part of the page, select Show advanced settings.
3. In the “Privacy” section, select Content settings.
4. Select Block sites from setting any data.
5. Select End.

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