The controller for the data collected is INMAN s.r.l. (hereinafter Controller).
Sources of personal data
The applications designed to operate in this website might detect, during their normal operation, some of your data (the transmission of which is implicit in using Internet communication protocols) that, in any case, is not associated directly to you.
The data collected may include, but is not limited to, the IP address, dominion names and type of browser of the computers used to connect to the website, the URI addresses (Uniform Resource Identifier) of the requested resources, the time of the request, the method used in submitting the request to the server, the size of the file obtained as a response, the numeric code indicating the status of the response provided by the server (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters concerning the operating system and the IT environment used.
In any case, such data cannot be used to determine your identity and, therefore, is to be considered anonymous.
The data pertinent to you will be transformed into anonymous data and processed in an aggregate format for statistical purposes and to ensure service continuity and improve the website.
If you do not agree with this procedure you are requested not to navigate in the website nor utilise the services that it offers.
The IP might, in some case, be used for the exclusive purpose of blocking attempts to damage the website, as well as activities constituting a crime according to current laws.
Data processing arrangements
The data that you provided and collected from the website is processed only for a period that is strictly necessary.
It is processed in an electronic format and aggregated for the purposes described above.
Types of data
For website navigation purposes the communication of personal data is not required except for data that is anonymous and strictly necessary for the purposes described above.
However, some sections of the website might require the creation of an authorisation profile and a prior computer authentication to be navigated. The creation of the profile entails communication to the website of additional personal data with respect to the anonymous data requested just for navigation.
Subjects or categories of subjects that may access data or obtain information about such data
Only the Controller of the processing indicated above has direct access to your data.
INFORMATION ABOUT COOKIES
Cookies allow a website to recognise a user’s device, to track his/her interaction with the various pages of a website and identify the users who return to visit a website. The cookies do not contain information that identify the user, but the personal information that make it possible to be archived in relation to the user can be connected to the information stored in cookies and obtained from them.
TYPES OF COOKIES
The cookies used can be divided into four large groups as described here below.
This type is used to properly identify the language displayed and to maintain it while navigating. The cookies can also be used to create an account and log in. These cookies are necessary for the website to function correctly.
These are used to track the products placed in a shopping cart during the visit or the subsequent displays of the website within a specific period of time. These cookies are necessary for the website to function correctly.
This type of cookie is used by web traffic analysis tools, such as Google Analytics. They are used to analyse user navigation methods to understand how the website is used. The navigation data is collected anonymously.
Cookies for marketing/retargeting
These are used by third-party companies to display banners on affiliated external websites. The products presented will be similar to those already observed on the present website. The cookies can expire at the end of a browser session (the period between when a user opens and closes a browser window) or can be stored for a longer period of time.
In fact, there are:
They allow websites to connect the actions of a user during a browser session. The session cookies expire when the browser session ends and therefore are not subject to long-term storage. For this reason the session cookies can be considered less invasive in terms of privacy than permanent cookies.
They are stored on a user’s device between the browser session and are used to store the preferences or actions of the user with respect to a website (or in some cases with respect to different websites).
The following detailed information refers to individual third-party cookies as well as the links through which the user can receive more information and request to disable cookies.
Buttons and social network widgets
CANCELLATION OF COOKIES
While Internet browsers usually accept cookies automatically, in any case it is always possible to disable this function and remove the cookies at any time through the browser settings. Because procedures differ by type and version of browser, we recommend referring to the manual or specific help screen of your program.
Third-party cookies can also be disabled through the procedures made available directly by the third-party company that is the controller for said processing.