(Last update: May 2016)
Povelato srl, with registered office at via delle Macchine 15/17, Spinea (VE), Italia (“Povelato”) is committed to protecting your privacy.
The holder of the treatment
The holder of the treatment is Povelato srl, with registered office in Via delle Macchine 15/17, Spinea (VE) and may be contacted at +39 041991622 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
What kind of data are processed
The simple visit or consultation of the Website do not involve into the collection and the processing of personal data, with exception of the so-‐called navigation data, whose transmission to the Website is implicit in the functioning of the information systems in charge of the managing of the Website and in the use of communications protocols peculiar to the Internet.
This category includes, for example, the IP addresses of the device employed by the user to visit the Website and the average time spent on the Website for statistics purposes only and anonymously for the sole purpose of controlling the Website and improving the functionalities. It concerns information that is not collected to be associated with specific individual, but by their own very nature, through the processing and association with data held by third parties, allowing users to be identified;
The navigation data are deleted immediately after processing in anonymous form and may be used by Povelato for purposes of assessing possible responsibilities in case of information crimes realized against the Website or through the Website. With the exception of the aformentioned circumstance, the navigation data described before are stored only temporarily, in compliance with the applicable legislation.
Furthermore, Povelato collects and processes personal data voluntarily provided by the user when the user interacts with the functionalities of the Website and requests the services offered by the Website, for example upon the user’s subscription to the newsletter or mailing list and the user requests information through the “Contacts” section.
Personal data that Povelato collects and processes includes name and contact details such as email address. Other information may be provided on an optional basis. In the relevant section of the Website where data is collected a specific information statement (Art. 13 of Privacy Code) is provided. When requested under the Privacy Law, Povelato requires the user’s consent before proceeding his/her personal data.
What are the purposes of the data processing
We will process your personal data to manage your interaction with the Website and its functionalities. Furthemore we manage your data in order to fulfil the obligations as by law, regulations and communitary rules, and in order to exercise rights in court proceedings. The collected data may be used to update or correct previously collected ones.
Providing your personal data in order to manage your interaction with the Website, your requests of information and/or your subscription to the newsletter service as described before, is required. Failure to provide the data will make it impossible to perform our contractual obligations and/or provide requested services and information.
With your consent, that is free and optional, Povelato may also process user’s personal data for marketing purposes, notably to send to user, also through newsletter, e-‐mails, sms and mms, information and updates on our products, offers, promotional campaigns and on events and similar initiatives organized by Povelato or to which Povelato takes part to, including possible invitations to said events.
Communicate your data for marketing purposes, as specified here above is otpional and an refusal will not affect the provision of services and requested information.
In terms of marketing activies carried on via e-‐mails, your prior consent will not be necessary if you already provided your e-‐mail addresses in the context of sale of similar product or service and if you have not initially refused such use or in subsequent submissions. In any case, we hereby state that is always possible to oppose, free of charge, to the delivery of promotional e-‐mails, during the registration phase or later by sending an e-‐mail to the following address: email@example.com. Furthermore, you can choose the preferred communication method (as for example: e-‐mails, SMS or other) and you may oppose yourself to the later e-‐mails with the specific links contained in the comunication that you will receive by e-‐mails. Your personal data shall be processed in compliance with requirements and necessary measures provided by the Privacy Code and by Authority for Privacy and are kept only for a period of time according to applicable laws.
How the data are processed – security of data
Povelato collects and processes personal data via electronic and manual means functional to the abovementioned purposes. Povelato is commited to ensuring the security of your personal data and respects the provisions of applicable laws in order to prevent loss of data, illegal and improper use and unauthorized access, with particular reference to attachment B of the Privacy Code (Technical discipline for minimum security measures).
Systems and softwares are configured in order to reduce to a minimum the use of personal data, which are in any case used only if necessary to the achievement of specific purposes. The collected data are guarded and filed on a server of Povelato, that shall take protection measures against the risk of anauthorised intrusion and access. Povelato also adopts suitable safety measure to garantee the integrity and the availability of the data as well as the protection of the areas and the locals which are relevant for their custody and accessibility.
Povelato may allow technical and commercial partners to place cookies on your devices as you visit the Website. For example Povelato uses Google Analytics system for its web analytics services therefore Google could place, in this context, cookies on your devices, in order to memorize data on them or to monitor their activities.
Disabling the cookies may limit the possibility to use the Website and may prevent the user from fully benefit the functionalities and services of the Website. In order to decide which cookies should be accepted or refused, here a description of different kind of cookies used on the Website.
• First party cookies: First party cookies are set by the website you are visiting and they belong to the same domain that is shown in the browser’s address bar.
• Third party cookies: Third party cookies belong to domains different from the one shown in the address bar. If a user visit a website and different company sends the information through the website, that is a third party cookie.
• Session cookies: These cookies are temporary and deleted after you close down your vavigation window.
• Persistent cookies: Persistent cookies outlast user sessions and store sign-‐in details and passwords. Can be used for many purposes, as for example to remember your preferences or your choice through the Website.
• Essential cookies: These cookies are strictly necessary as without them Povelato cannot provide many services that you need on the Website. For example, essential cookies help keep you securely logged in between protected areas of a website. These cookies do not collect information for marketing purposes and cannot be deactivated.
• Functional cookies: These cookies allow a website to remember when a user return to visit it. They allow to customize the contents and remember any preferences the user have made and improve his/her online experience. These cookies do not collect information in order to trace the user. All information are anonymous.
More specifically, the following is a list of the cookies used in the Website and their description and functionalities, including the relative duration.
|Tipologia di Cookie||Nome||Origine||Finalità||Durata|
|First party – functional||PHPSESSID||Povelato||Recovery Account Settings (save the user’s session and record the settings, for example accessibility settings)||Persistent cookie|
|First party – functional||display Cookie Consent||Povelato||Cookie law store autoriation tracing||Persistent cookie (345 days)|
|First party – functional||_icl_current_language||Povelato||Selected language||Persistent cookie (1 day)|
|Third party -‐ functional||_gat, _ga||Google Analytics||Collect anonymous information on how the users surf the Website; compiling reports in order to improve the Website; collect the number of visitors of the Website, identify the origin of the visitors and the section visited. More information are available here: htts://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection /analyticsjs/cookie-‐usage||Persistent cookie|
To which subjects Povelato may communicate personal data
The data will be accessible to personnel within our Company environment, specifically to the people that need to access it for their duties regarding the purpose of data handling specified above, to those in charge of the handling and to data processors, if named. The complete list of Data processors identified by the Company and of the subjects whose data has been communicated is freely available by request to Povelato. The data may be communicated to independent or associated collaborators, third parties that carry out technical and organisational services, and to anybody who is a legitimate receiver of communication foreseen by law.
These subjects will handle the data in their capacities as data dontrollers, data processors in charge of the handling, depending on the circumstances, exclusively for the purpose of the handling specified above. It is understood that the data will not under any circumstances be communicated to third parties to be used for their own promotional purposes and will not be disclosed freely. Povelato informs you that in any moment you may exercise your rights in accordance with article 7 of the Privacy Code including, as examples, the right to obtain confirmation of the existence of Data, check the contents, source and correctness, request integration, revision, rectification, destruction, transformation in an anonymous form, or a block following a violation of the law; you may moreover oppose the Data handling for legitimate reasons. To exercise these rights please contact the responsible for data processing as identified in the first part of the Privacy Police.