INFORMATION COOKIES & PRIVACY
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- How to disable cookies (indications to disable, block or remove cookies, all or in part)
This information, pursuant to articles 13 and 122 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 “privacy code”, and according to the provisions of the General Provision of the Privacy Guarantor of 8 May 2014, intends to offer some information on cookies, in particular on the cookies used by this website.
What are cookies and what do they serve
Cookie are text files sent to the browser and stored on a user’s PC, smartphone or tablet, every time a website is visited. There are various types of cookies used for different purposes.
First-party cookies are sent directly by the owner or operator of the site, but during navigation you can also receive third-party cookies, sent from sites other than the one you is visiting, with modalities / purposes defined by these third parties. We can distinguish between:
1. TECHNICAL COOKIES, used for the sole purpose of transmitting a communication or a service explicitly requested by the user. They are normally installed by the owner or manager of the website and, in turn, can be divided into:
– navigation or session cookies, which guarantee the normal navigation and use of the website
– analytics cookies, similar to technical cookies when used directly by the website operator to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site
– feature cookies, which allow a better browsing experience to the user and an optimal provision of the requested services
Features and purposes of cookies installed by this site
This website uses technical navigation or session cookies only.
For the installation of these cookies it is not compulsory to request the prior consent of the users, but the obligation to provide information, according to art. 13 of the Code.
|cookie WordPress||Session cookie / Persistent cookie [technical navigation or session cookies]||Until the end of the navigation session / 1 year||Used to recognize the logged in user, allowing navigation|
|viewed_cookie_policy||Persistent cookie [technical navigation or session cookies]||1 year||If the user clicks “Accept” in the brief information on cookies (contained in the banner), this technical cookie stores the choice, avoiding repeating the banner in case of subsequent links to the website.|
|_ga _gat _gid||Analytics analytical cookies with anonymized IP address [technical cookies / analytics cookies]||2 years / 24 hours / 10 minutes||This site uses the Google Analytics service, with an IP anonymization function, for statistical purposes only (for example: how many users visit the site, which pages read, etc.)|
This site uses Google Analytics – owned by Google Inc. (“Google”) – for mere statistical purposes.
It is a web analysis service, which stores on the user’s computer cookies for statistical analysis in aggregate form, in relation to the navigation and visits of the website.
This site has the IP anonymization feature enabled : this means that browsing is anonymous, as the user’s IP address is not stored in its entirety.
As indicated by the Privacy Guarantor < / a>, third-party analytical cookies are similar to technical cookies only if tools that reduce the identifying power of cookies are adopted (eg with the masking of significant portions IP) and if the third party undertakes not to cross information contained in cookies with others available. In its information, Google confirms that it does not share data or link it to other services, unless the customer asks for it (by changing its settings).
In this regard: on this website, Google Analytics is not connected to additional services and there are no advertising options. As a result, no specific information of any kind is shared.
Note – Third-party cookies
Browsing through the pages you can set third-party cookies, coming from external sites (perhaps because you come here from a social network, such as Twitter or Pinterest). These cookies are installed according to methods and purposes defined, in fact, by the managers of the websites of these third parties.
The owner of this website is not able to control the use of data made by third parties, because there are no links or agreements with any of them.
2. How to disable cookies
To disable Google Analytics cookies in your browser, you can install the browser add-on to disable Google Analytics . More information is available at the following page: Google Analytics and Privacy .
Most browsers accept cookies by default. However, you can disable them, block them or remove them, all or in part. Here are some of the main support guides.
The personal data you provide spontaneously, by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, will be processed in compliance with the new European Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of personal data.
[last updated: May 2018]
Maria Giudici – email: email@example.com
Which data are processed, purpose of treatment, legal bases
The data being processed include: data provided directly by the user and navigation data.
Data provided directly by the user
Information and personal data sent via email (in a completely voluntary and voluntary way) will be processed only to respond and, therefore, to provide feedback to your requests: information on services, estimates, proposals for collaboration or any request for participation to my courses, workshops, seminars, workshops.
I will ask for additional data, compared to those supplied by you in the first contact email, only if you decide to become a customer: in this case, in fact, I will prepare a questionnaire to provide the services correctly and issue invoices.
The legal bases of the processing are, therefore, the following: the need to provide feedback to the requests of the users involved, to execute pre-contractual and contractual obligations, to fulfill legal obligations.
Regarding the data collected by the site through technical navigation / session cookies (necessary for the functioning of the site itself) and analytics in anonymous form (used for mere statistical purposes), please refer to the section on Cookies.
Data processing mode
The collected data will be processed with computer and paper tools.
Any treatment that may concern sensitive data is excluded a priori.
As Data Controller, I adopt the minimum security measures required by law, necessary to guarantee data protection (and thus prevent loss, illicit or incorrect use, unauthorized access).
Data retention period
The data will be kept for a limited period of time, the one strictly necessary to follow up the requests (eg providing information, starting and concluding a professional collaboration or partnership, starting and concluding any training interventions).
Scope of communication and disseminatione
As Data Controller I collect the data personally. These data will not be disclosed or communicated in any way to third parties. The only exceptions are the need to comply with legal obligations, to receive IT assistance, to involve other professionals or other privacy managers.
For example: if we decide to design a website to support your communication, we will have to work together with my trusted suppliers. You can request a list of the possibly appointed privacy managers.
Nature of the conferment and consequences of the refusal
The provision of data is optional, but any refusal determines the impossibility, on my part, to respond.
According to the art. 24 of the Privacy Code and, equally, according to the art. 6 (letter b) of the new European Regulation 2016/679, the processing of data is lawful (and the prior consent to the processing is not therefore necessary), as this data is collected only to execute specific requests (and not for marketing purposes).
Rights of the interested party
It is possible to exercise the rights granted by the new Regulation european 2016/679 regarding the protection of personal data, at any time, by sending an email to the Data Controller ⇒ firstname.lastname@example.org
You have the right to request access to personal data, rectification, deletion or limitation of the treatment; you can oppose the processing of data, request the portability, submit a complaint to a supervisory authority.
List of rights of the party concerned, recognized by EU Regulation 2016 / 679 (CHAPTER III)
Art. 15 – Right of access
Art. 16 – Right of correction
Art. 17 – Right to cancel (“right to be forgotten”)
Art. 18 – Right to limit processing
Art. 20 – Right to data portability
Art. 21 – Opposition right
To read the content of the individual articles, I invite you to consult the text of EU Regulation 2016/679.