If you are using a different web browser, please refer to your browser’s documentation or online help for more information.
Please be advised that the Data Controller acts solely as a technical intermediary for the links contained in this document and cannot take any responsibility for possible changes.
Cookies are small text strings that websites sends to user’s terminal (usually to the browser) when the user connects to them. These cookies are stored in the user’s terminal and sent back to the same websites the next time that user connects to those websites. In addition to cookies, the Order of the Italian Data Protection Authority also applies to other similar tools (web beacons/web bugs, clear GIFs or others) that are used to identify the user or the terminal.
While browsing a website, the user’s terminal may also receive cookies from different websites or web servers (the so-called “third-party cookies”), when certain elements embedded in the website that the user is visiting (such as images, maps, sounds, specific links to pages of other domains) reside on such websites or servers.
Users’ browsers may contain very large numbers of cookies, some of which may persist for a long time. They are used for different purposes: authentication, monitoring of sessions, storage of information on specific access configurations for users accessing the server, etc. Additional information on cookies can be found at www.allaboutcookies.org.
In order to create proper regulations for such devices, it is necessary to distinguish them based on the purposes pursued by cookie owners, as there are no technical characteristics that differentiate them from each other. This is exactly the approach adopted by Italian law makers. While implementing the provisions of Directive 2009/136/EC, they established an obligation to obtain the prior informed consent of users when setting cookies used for other than merely technical purposes (see art. 1, paragraph 5, letter a), of Legislative Decree No. 69 of 28 May 2012 amending art. 122 of the Code).
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When you visit this website, first-party cookies (generated and used by this website) as well as third-party cookies (generated by third parties on this website) may be set in your computer or other device. Please note that disabling certain cookies may limit your ability to use the website and prevent you from benefiting fully from available features and services. To help you decide which cookies to accept and which to reject, we have provided a description of the cookies used by www.rettificheresca.it
Types of cookies
These cookies allow for normal navigation and use of the website and enable the connection between the server and the user’s browser. These cookies allow the website to function properly and allow you to view content on your device. Without these cookies, some required features, such as logging in to the website or creating an online shopping cart, may not be provided. Navigation cookies are technical cookies and are required for the website to operate.
These cookies are stored in the computer or other device that, depending on the user’s request, store the user’s options, to remember them for the user and improve and customise navigation to access service on this website (e.g. password entry to log in to restricted areas, storage of products in the cart to find them in the next session, selected language, viewing a video or commenting on the blog, etc.). Functional cookies are not required for the operation of the website, but will improve the quality of your browsing experience.
APPLICATION OF THIS POLICY
If you have any doubts about this Policy, please contact RETTIFICHE RESCA S.r.l. by sending an e-mail to email@example.com
CHANGES TO THIS POLICY
RETTIFICHE RESCA S.r.l. reserves the right to update this policy to adapt it to changing regulations, and in consideration of the suggestions offered by employees, customers, partners and users.
If any significant changes are made to this policy, RETTIFICHE RESCA S.r.l. will publish such changes giving them adequate visibility.
European Regulation no. 2016/679: articles 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 – Rights of the data subject
- The data subject has the right to obtain a confirmation as to whether personal data concerning him or her exist and the communication of the data in intelligible form.
- The data subject has the right to know:
the source of the personal data;
the purposes and methods of processing;
the processing logic adopted if data is processed with the aid of electronic means;
the identification details of the Data Controller, the Data Processors and the representative appointed pursuant to article 5, paragraph 2;
the parties or categories of parties to whom the personal data may be communicated or who may obtain knowledge of such data in their capacity as appointed representative in the territory of the State, data processors or persons in charge of data processing.
- The data subject has the right to obtain:
the updating, correction, or if requested, the integration of data;
the deletion, transformation in anonymous form or blocking of data processed in violation of the law, including data that need not be retained for the purposes for which data were collected or subsequently processed;
evidence that operations in letters a) and b) have been communicated, including the exact content, to those to whom the information was disclosed, unless this requirement proves impossible or requires manifestly disproportionate measures with respect to the protected right;
- The data subject has the right to refuse, in full or in part:
processing of his/her personal data for legitimate reasons, even when they are relevant to the purpose of collection;
processing of his/her personal data for the purpose of sending advertising or direct marketing material, or for market research or marketing campaigns.