INFORMATION ON PROCESSING OF CUSTOMERS’S PERSONAL ON-LINE DATA PURSUANT TO REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR”)
Company name: Danieli & C.
Officine Meccaniche S.p.A.
Address: Via Nazionale 41, 33042
Buttrio (UD) Italy
Tel. (39) 0432.1958111
Company name: Tenova S.p.A.
Address: Via Gerenzano 58, 21053
Tel. (39) 0331444111
DATA PROTECTION OFFICERS CONTACTS:
Data subjects may contact the Data Protection Officer as follows:
• Danieli DPO at email@example.com
• Tenova DPO at firstname.lastname@example.org
or as follows:
|Post: Data Protection Officer|
Officine Meccaniche S.p.A.
Via Nazionale 41,
33042 Buttrio (UD) Italy
|Post: Data Protection Officer
Via Gerenzano 58,
21053 Castellanza, Italy
PERSONAL DATA HANDLED
Cookies are data created by a server and then stored on text files on the computer’s hard disk or on any device used by the user to access the Internet (smart phone, tablet), and enable the collection of the user’s browsing information.
Cookies can be stored permanently on your computer for different amounts of time (i.e. persistent cookies), but they can also disappear once the browser has been closed or have a limited duration (i.e. session cookies).
Cookies can be installed by the site you are visiting (i.e. first-party cookies) or they can be installed by other web sites (i.e. third-party cookies).
TYPES OF COOKIES AND HOW WE USE THEM:
a) Session/browsing cookies: The use of these so-called session cookies (which are not permanently stored on the user’s computer and disappear once the browser is closed) is strictly limited to the sending of session identifiers (made up of random numbers generated by the server) needed to browse securely and efficiently on the site and its applications. The session cookies used on the site Danieli Hydraulics avoid having to resort to other IT techniques that could be detrimental to user browsing confidentiality, and do not allow the acquisition of the user’s personal identification data. They do not require the user’s consent.
b) Persistent Cookies: persistent cookies remain on the device even after the user has left the website, until the user cancels them, or they reach their expiry date. The site of Danieli Hydraulics creates this type of cookie and stores them on the device so that they can be read when the user visits the site again. This, for example, makes it possible to find, even on subsequent visits to the site, the preferences that were set (i.e. language). They do not require the user’s consent.
2. Analytics Cookies
These are cookies installed to gather aggregate information that is primarily statistical in nature (amount of time spent on a web page, number of visitors to the site…)
a) First-party analytical cookies: These are similar to technical cookies in that they are installed directly by the site the user is visiting to make it easier to use. They do not require the user’s consent.
b) Third-party analytical cookies: Analytical cookies created and installed by third parties to analyze user browsing for the purpose of preparing statistics on visits or to improve the content being offered, showing products that are similar to each other, and possibly to place specific advertising on the web page. The system that is used for this is Google Analytics, a web analytical service provided by Google LLC (“Google”). Google Analytics, like the other systems, uses “cookies to allow the website to analyze how users use the site. The information generated by the cookie on the use of the website by the user (including the IP address) will be transferred to and stored on Google’s servers in the United States. Google will use this information to trace and examine the use of the website, prepare reports on website activities and provide other Internet use services. Google can also transfer this information to third parties if required by law or in cases where these third parties handle this information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate the user’s IP address to any other data held by Google. Users can in any event refuse to use the cookies by making the appropriate selection on their browsers, but this could compromise the use of some of the site’s functions.
3. Profiling Cookies
These cookies are used to trace users’ browsing habits on the web and to create profiles based on their tastes, habits, choices, etc. Together with these cookies, advertisements can be sent to the user’s computer based on the preferences already expressed by the user while browsing on line.
a) First-party profiling cookies: The site Energiron neither uses nor installs profiling cookies to collect information on browsing habits .
b) Third-party profiling cookies: The site Energiron neither uses nor installs third-party profiling cookies to collect information on browsing habits .
- by clicking on “Continue” in the cookie banner that appears when the user enters the site;
- by continuing to use this website or by going to another section of the site or by selecting an element from the same page.
HOW TO CHANGE YOUR COOKIE SETTINGS
Most Internet browsers are initially set to automatically allow cookies. This means that users can at any time change their browser settings to allow all cookies, only some cookies, or block them, by disabling their use by the sites. Users can also generally set the preferences on their browsers so that they receive a notification each time a cookie is stored on their computers. And at the end of each browsing session, the user can cancel the cookies from the device’s hard drive. If the user wishes to cancel the cookies installed in the browser’s cookie folder, remember that each browser has different procedures to change the settings.
By clicking on one of the links below, the user can get specific instructions for some of the main browsers:
Microsoft Windows Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies
Google Chrome https://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=95647&p=cpn_cookies
Mozilla Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/Enabling%20and%20disabling%20cookies
Apple Safari: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Safari/5.0/en/9277.html
If you do not wish to receive Google Analytics cookies, use the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/
If you wish to know more about cookies in general, go to: http://www.allaboutcookies.org
If you wish to know more about behavioral advertising and on-line privacy, go to http://www.youronlinechoices.com
If you wish to know more about Google Analytics cookies, go to: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245
If you wish to know more about the Vimeo cookies used on our site, go to: https://vimeo.com/cookie_policy
|WordPress||wordpress_logged_in||Used to check whether the current visitor is a logged-in WordPress.org user.||14 days if you select “Remember Me” when logging in. Otherwise, Session.||This indicates when you have logged in and who you are.|
|wordpress_test_cookie||Tests that the browser accepts cookies.||Session||Used on sites built with Wordpress. Tests whether or not the browser has cookies enabled|
|wordpress||They only store information about what the user does during a single session||Session||Session cookies, also known as transient cookies, are temporary. They do not have an expiration date and only store information about what the user does during a single session. A session is simply generated unique value assigned when someone visits a site. Session cookies are stored temporarily in memory and are automatically deleted when the browser is closed or the session ends.|
DATA TRANSFER REQUIREMENT
The personal data that are processed through the installation of first-party technical and analytical cookies are necessary to ensure proper browsing on the site.
You are not required to consent to the installation of third-party analytical cookies and profiling cookies. Your personal data will be processed through the installation of these cookies only if you give your consent as described above.
Data can be processed by external individuals acting as independent controllers, such as for example, supervisory and monitoring authorities and bodies.
The data can also be processed on behalf of the company, by external individuals designated as data handlers, who receive the necessary operating instructions. These individuals are basically divided into the following categories:
a) Companies that offer e-mailing services;
b) Companies that offer services that are instrumental in pursuing the purposes indicated in this document (IT suppliers, the company that runs and maintains the site…);
AUTHORIZED DATA HANDLERS
The data can be handled by employees of the company departments tasked with pursuing the above-mentioned aims, who have been explicitly authorized to handle the data and who have received the necessary operating instructions.
TRANSFER OF PERSONAL DATA TO COUNTRIES OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN UNION
The European Commission’s decision regarding the suitability of this system can be found at the following link: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/IT/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32016D1250&from=IT
RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECT – COMPLAINTS TO THE SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY
By contacting the Legal Department by e-mail at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for the attention of the Privacy Officer, data subjects may ask the data controller for permission to access or cancel their data, correct erroneous data, add to incomplete data, and limit processing in the cases specified in art. 18 GDPR, as well as objecting to the handling in the case of legitimate interest of the data controller.
Moreover, in cases where data processing is based on consent or on a contract and is done using automated tools, the data subjects are entitled to receive the data in a commonly used structured format that is readable on automatic devices, as well as, if technically feasible, to transfer them to another data controller without impediment.
The data subjects have the right to revoke at any time their consent given for marketing and/or profiling purposes, and to object to data processing for marketing purposes, including profiling connected to direct marketing. It is understood that the data subjects who for the above-mentioned purposes prefer to be contacted via traditional means, may express their objection only upon receiving notifications via automated means.
The data subjects have the right to submit a complaint to the Supervisory Authority with jurisdiction in the member state in which they normally reside or work, or in the member state where the alleged violation occurred.