PRIVACY POLICY

Personal data processing information (L.D. 196/2003)
In this page we describe the methods of managing the personal data of users who browse the www.fluidea.net site and complete registration forms on the same site, in accordance with the provision of art. 13 of L.D. no. 196/2003 - Personal Data Protection Act.

THE DATA “CONTROLLER”
The data “controller” is FLUIDEA di Ulisse Albani, in the person of its legal representative pro tempore, with registered office in Via Poggio, 14, 41014 Castelvetro di Modena, Italy. E-mail: info@fluidea.net

DATA PROCESSING LOCATION
The personal data acquired through the site under discussion is processed at the office of FLUIDEA di Ulisse Albani and is managed solely by technical staff from the company in charge of the processing.

PURPOSE OF THE PROCESSING
The personal data acquired through the site is processed for the purpose of responding to requests for information, acquiring contact details for potential clients and sending informative newsletters. No personal data acquired through the site is communicated or released to third parties. 

TYPES OF DATA PROCESSED 

Browsing data
The IT systems and software that lie underneath the operation of thiswebsite acquire personal data as part of their standard functioning; the transmission of such data is an inherent feature of the Internet communication protocols. This information is not collected for association with identified parties, but may by their nature, through processing and combination with data held by third parties, permit the identification of users.
This category of data includes IP addresses or the domain names of the computers of the users connecting to the site, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of the required resources, the time of the request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained as a reply, the numeric code of the status of the reply sent by the server(ok, error, etc.) and other parameters linked with the user’s OS and computer processing environment.
This data is used for the sole purpose of tracking the traffic generated by the site, retrieving anonymous statistical information on its use and to check its correct operation. This data may also be used to ascertain responsibility in the event that computer crimes are committed against the web site.

Data supplied voluntarily by the user
The voluntary submission of e-mails to the addresses indicated on this site results in the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s address, required to respond to requests, and any other personal data contained in the message.

The voluntary completion of web forms (forms with fields) with some minimal personal data results in the collection, in database form, of this data entered by the user and it being kept until the party concerned requests its deletion (as per art. 7 of the Privacy Act).

Cookies
This site does not use profiling cookies, as defined in the Order from the Italian Data Protection Authority of 8 May 2014 “Identification of simplified procedures for the information and the acquisition of consent to the use of cookies”, to transmit personal information, nor does it use persistent cookies of any type, that is, systems for tracking users.

The use of technical cookies (session, analytics or functional, again as per the Order referred to above) is strictly linked to the transmission of session identification data (comprising random numbers generated by the server)required for secure and efficient browsing of the site (permitting, for example, purchases or authentication for accessing reserved areas); to the collection of information in aggregate form on the number of users and how they visit the site; to allow the user to browse according to a series of selected criteria (e.g. language, products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service provided to them.

The use of such cookies on this site prevents recourse to other computer processing techniques potentially detrimental to the confidentiality of users’ browsing and does not permit the acquisition of the user’s personal identification data.

As far as the cookies used by the Google Analytics analysis software in particular are concerned, they are considered third-party (Google or companies linked to them), and their operation is outlined in the Google privacy policy, which can be consulted at this address: http://www.google.com/intl/en_uk/analytics/learn/privacy.html

To disable cookies and prevent Google Analytics from collecting navigation data, the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on can be downloaded by clicking on the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

Please also note that the user can configure, freely and at any time, their privacy settings in relation to the storing and use of cookies directly through their navigation software (browser) by following the corresponding instructions. 
In particular, the user can set so-called “private browsing”, thanks to which their navigation software interrupts the saving of the site visit history, any passwords entered, cookies and other information on the pages visited. 
Please note that should the user decide to deactivate all cookies (including technical cookies), the quality and speed of the services offered by this website may reduce drastically and access to certain sections of the site itself may be lost.

Practical instructions for the user for correct browser set-up
To block or limit the use of cookies, both by this site and by other websites, directly through your browser, you can follow the simple instructions below which refer to the most commonly used browsers.
Google Chrome: click on the icon named “Customize and control Google Chrome” at the top right, then select the “Settings” menu item. In the screen that opens, select the “Show advanced settings” menu item and then under the “Privacy” menu item click the “Content settings” button, where it is possible to block all or some cookies.
Microsoft Internet Explorer: click on the icon named “Tools” at the top right, then select the “Internet options” menu item. In the window that opens, select the “Privacy” menu item, where you can block all or some cookies. 
Mozilla Firefox: from the drop-down menu at the top left, select the “Options” menu item. In the window that opens, select the “Privacy” menu item, where you can block all or some cookies.

OPTIONAL NATURE OF DATA PROVISION
Apart from that specified for navigation data, the user is free to provide or not provide their personal data. Failure to provide the data may however make it impossible to obtain the information requested.

PROCESSING METHODS
The personal data is processed with automated instruments for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which it was collected. Specific security measures are observed to prevent data loss, illicit or incorrect use and unauthorised access.

RIGHTS OF THE PARTIES CONCERNED
The parties to whom the personal data refers have the right, at any time, to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of the same data and to be informed of its content and origin, verify its accuracy or request that it be completed, updated or corrected (for complete details, see art. 7 of L.D. no. 196/2003).

In accordance with the same article, shown below in full, parties have the right to request deletion, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed illegally, as well as to oppose, for legitimate reasons, its processing in any case. Requests must be directed to the Data Controller.

This is the “Privacy Policy“ of this site, which will be updated.


Art. 7, L.D. 196/2003 (Right of access to personal data and other rights)

1. The party concerned has the right to obtain confirmation of whether personal data which concerns them exists or not, even if not yet registered, and the communication of this data in an intelligible form.

2. The party concerned has the right to obtain information:
a) on the origin of the personal data processed; 
b) on the purposes and methods of processing; 
c) on the logic applied in the case of processing with the aid of electronic instruments; 
d) on the identifying details of the data controller, data supervisors and representative appointed in accordance with article 5, paragraph 2; 
e) on the parties or categories of parties to whom personal data may be communicated or who may become aware of it in their capacities as designated representative in the territory of the state, persons in authority or appointed in this sense.

3. The party concerned has the right to obtain:
a) updating, correction or, when in their interest, completion of the data; 
b) deletion, anonymisation or freezing of data processed in violation of the law, including that which does not need to be kept in relation to the purposes for which the data was collected or subsequently processed; 
c) a statement that the operations referred to in letters a) and b) have been disclosed, also as far as their content is concerned, to those to whom the data was communicated or released, except in the case that this action proves impossible or would require the use of means clearly disproportionate in relation to the right exercised.

4. The party concerned has the right to oppose, fully or in part:
a) the processing of the personal data that concerns them for legitimate reasons, even if relevant to the purposes for which they were collected; 
b) the processing of personal data that concerns them for the purposes of sending advertising or direct sales material or to complete market research or commercial communication.

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