PomoRete

privacy statement

 

Personal Data Protection (Law 196/03)

This page describes the practices and policies we have put into place to safeguard your personal information that may be gathered and used as you visit our website.
Pursuant to art. 10 Lgs.D. n. 196/2003 (Data Protection Code), this Policy Statement is given to those interacting with the web services of website pomorete.com reachable through the Internet through the addresses below:
http://www.pomorete.com
http://www.pomorete.it
managed by Pomorete, Via del Commercio 65/A , 29122 Piacenza (PC).
This Privacy Statement only concerns the above mentioned websites and doesn’t concern any website to which these site may link.
This Privacy Statement is also prompted by Recommendation no. 2/2001, implemented on 17 May 2001 by the European authorities for data protection, brought together in the Working Party established by art. 29 of Directive no. 95/46/CE, in order to set the minimum requirements for online collection of personal data and, in particular, the procedures, times and nature of the information to be made available by the data controller to whoever opens a web page and for any reason.

The Data Controller

Consultation of this website involves the processing of personal data referring to identified or identifiable individuals.
The Data Controller is Pomorete, Via del Commercio 65/A , 29122 Piacenza (PC).

CATEGORIES OF PROCESSED DATA

 

Navigation data

The Pomorete website uses the hosting service of the provider Aruba S.p.A. (http://www.aruba.it). The IT systems of Aruba S.p.A. manage, control and guarantee the efficient functioning of the website. To this end, in the course of normal operation, the provider may, through its own IT and application systems, acquire some personal data related to navigation, the transmission of which is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols(“log files”).

With the exception of the above case, this website does not use so-called persistent cookies of any kind, IP addresses are not tracked, and neither are other analogous persistent user tracking systems employed. The possible use of session cookies (i.e. temporary cookies which do not persist after the closing of the browser session) is strictly related to optimising enjoyment of the site. You may, in any case, at any time whatsoever, disable the use of cookies by changing the security and privacy settings of your browser. This policy is only supplied for the Pomorete website but not for any other websites that may be consulted by the user through hyperlinks.

Data Provided by the User on His Own Initiative

The optional, specified and voluntary forwarding of electronic mail to the addresses shown on this web site entails the subsequent acquisition of the sender's address, needed to reply to enquiries, as well as any further personal data entered in the mail.
Sensitive and judicial data will not be processed; in case the user provides such data, they will be deleted.

Premises Where Data are Processed

The processing operations in connection with the services on this web site are performed at the registered office of Pomorete, or at other premises decided by Pomorete itself, only by staff specifically designated to the processing of data, or by such staff as should be appointed for non-routine maintenance operations.
Personal data acquired through web services will not be disclosed. The personal data supplied by users forwarding specific requests will be used for the sole purpose of performing the service or provision requested and will be communicated to third parties only where required in connection thereof.

Submission of Personal Data

Without prejudice to the instructions provided with respect to navigation data, the user shall be free to decide whether or not to provide personal data, should it be so requested in special sections of the site.
However, failing to provide such data may result in us being unable to fulfil your request.
Pomorete is not the controller and assumes no responsibility for any data collected or processed by third parties.
Data Processing Method
Personal data are processed by automated means only for such time as is strictly necessary to fulfil the purpose for which they are being held.
Appropriate security measures have been taken against accidental loss of the data, unauthorized or unlawful uses and unauthorized access.

Rights of the Interested Parties

Pursuant to article 7 of Leg. Decree n. 196/2003, the parties to whom the personal data refer may at any time request confirmation that their data is being held, be notified of the contents of such data and their origin, verify whether they are accurate or request that they be completed 7 del d.lgs. n. 196/2003).
Updated, corrected, erased, demand that they be made anonymous or demand that data held in violation of law be blocked, and such parties may also object, for legitimate reasons, to the data being processed.
Here follows the full text of art. 7, Lgs. D. 196/2003:
The interested party has the right to received confirmation about the existence or not of personal data of which s/he is subject, even if not yet registered, and communication of the same in intelligible form; 2) The interested party has the right to receive indication a) of the origin of personal data, b) of the purposes for and conditions in which said data is to be treated, c) of the logic applied in the case of handling performed with the assistance of electronic methods, d) of the identity of the controller, the processors and the representative appointed under the terms of article 5, subsection 2 e) the subjects and subject categories to which personal data may be communicated or which may receive such information while acting as national territory representative, processors or appointed individuals. 3) The interested party has the right to a) update, modify or, if so desired, integrate the data; b) cancel, transform into anonymous format or block data treated in violation of the law, including that which it is not necessary to preserve in relation to the purposes for which said data was collected or subsequently treated; c) receive confirmation that procedures under letters a) and b) have been brought to the attention, also in relation to their content, to those bodies or persons to whom said data has been communicated or transmitted, except in the case in which such communication proves impossible or involves means manifestly disproportionate with respect to the right protected. 4) The interested party has the right, wholly or in part, a) when his/her reasons are legitimate, to oppose to the treatment of data of which he is subject, even if pertinent to the purposes of the data collection; b) to oppose to the treatment of data of which he is subject for the purposes of issuing advertising or direct sales material or for market research or commercial communications.
For more information please contact: info@info@pomorete.com