Through this document we intend to ensure maximum transparency explaining all processing of personal data delivered to the website (below referred to as "the website"), even indirectly. The processing of said data, as described below, will be carried out by the Holder in accordance with the current laws, along with all principles of fairness, legality, transparency, relevance, completeness and non-surplus. The document does not include treatments carried out on other websites that may be consulted by any individual through links on the website. The document aims to inform users of the criteria for the correct processing of personal data carried out on or through the website, specifying all procedures and purposes of treatment related to the provision of information of various kinds.
When referring to the "Holder", we are reporting about to the company Aquaforte Ltd; when writing "Customer", we are referring to the Individual who intends to conclude a contract with the "Holder"; when writing "our services" we refer to services offered by the "Holder" in execution of the contractual relationship; When writing "contract", we refer to the contract of sale/supply of products intended for bathroom furniture.
Holder of the processing of all personal data
External handler for the processing of personal data
The listing of all Handlers - where appointed - is available to users who make an express request.
Any individual browsing the website or requesting to be contacted implies that they are at least 16 years old and that they have read and understood all information on the processing of personal data, and therefore accepting that information can be collected and used in instances explained below. In cases where it is deemed necessary, consent will be asked for the use of this data, for example asking the individual to check out a box, such as when asking the individual if he wishes to receive Aquaforte newsletters. Any individual may, at any time, withdraw their consent to the processing of the data by contacting the Holder of the Treatment at the contact details indicated in the "Holder" section. Revocation or refusal to provide data, for which no specific consent is required, means that the contract cannot be executed.
Location of the processing of personal data
Treatments related to the website’s services take place at the headquarters of the Holder, and are taken care only by the Holder, the staff in charge, or anyone in charge of occasional maintenance operations.
Web services, forms of email contact and social networks
Purpose of treatment; categories and types of personal data
The personal data of any Individual is necessary to conclude the contracts for sale and supply of services related to the business activities of the "Holder" and to carry out the resulting obligations, including administrative or for the fulfilment of statutory obligations of an accounting, tax or judicial obligation. With the consent of said Individual, we may collect data for the sending of newsletters, promotional or marketing purposes by email, texts or phone calls. The withdrawal of consent can be made by contacting the "Holder" following instructions in the appropriate section. General purpose for treatment can be summarized as follows:
1. to allow the Holder, AQUAFORTE Ltd, to keep in contact with users and provide all services offered;
2. to implement pre-contractual, contractual and post-contractual obligations with respect to legal/mandatory relations - even at a distance - constituted;
3. to pursue legal obligations;
4. management, administrative, accounting and tax compliance;
5. non-identifying statistical processing and promotional purposes.
Data automatically provided during browsing
The operation of the website involves the use of computer systems that automatically acquire certain information, directly related to the use of computer protocols. This information, for example, may include the user’s IP address, the type of browser used, the ISP, the operating system, the domain name, the addresses of websites from which you have logged in or exited, information about the pages visited on the site, time access, etc. This data is used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information about the use of the site, to check its proper functioning, and is stored for as long as it takes for the technical purposes for which it is acquired, on the servers of the maintainer Aruba, where the domain of this site is registered and whose policy is referred to (www.aruba.it). At any time, you may inform us via PEC or post recommend your will to delete your data. The data will be processed through computer and paper media in order to ensure adequate security and confidentiality measures, to prevent access, disclosure and modification of data.
Data provided directly or indirectly by the Individual
Optional and/or mandatory nature of data transmission
Regardless of what is specified for the browsing data and cookies, any individual is always free to provide personal data for the purposes under which they are using the website. However, failure to provide data may in some cases make it impossible to obtain what is required. The provision of the data becomes mandatory when it is necessary to conclude the contracts signed by the "Holder", and in the absence of such, it will not be possible to conclude said contract; In this case, the legal basis is therefore contractual and mandatory in its nature. Sending newsletters, e-mails or text messages and promotional activities are conditioned by explicit consent, which is optional; in the absence of this consent, the Holder will not be able to offer these services.
Legal requirements for data treatment
The data is processed if the Individual has expressed consent, if he requests goods or services from the Holder, and if the data is requested by judicial authority. In any case, if you communicate your willingness to delete them, they will no longer be dealt with.
Any indication by the individual of personal data belonging to third parties
The Individual acknowledges that the possible transmission of personal data and contact information of any third party other than the Individual itself represents a processing of personal data in which they are considered as holders of said data, with the assumption of obligations and responsibilities under data protection rules. In this sense, this Individual assures the Holder that any data of third parties that will be so indicated by them (and which will consequently be treated as if the third party had provided their own informed consent to the treatment) is fully complying with the rules on the processing of personal data. This Individual indemnifies the Holder and gives up any possibility of disputing the transmission of data and claiming for compensation of any treatment damage, etc, along with any claim that could be received by the Holder by any third party concerned because of the supply of the data In violation of applicable personal data protection rules.
Personal data is processed with automated tools, only for the window of time strictly necessary to achieve all purposes for which they were collected, along with the execution of the assigned obligations and administrative needs provided by the law. Specific security measures are observed to prevent data loss, unlawful or incorrect uses and unauthorized access.
Rights of Data Subjects
Individuals to whom personal data relates are entitled (articles 15, 23 EU Reg. 679/2016) at any time to consult, modify, request correction, update, supplement or require deletion of their personal data, to oppose the treatment, in some cases to request its limitation, or to contact the complaint control authority by proposing a claim. It is possible to ask to transfer data to other users, or to exercise the right to be removed by having data deleted, simply by writing at firstname.lastname@example.org address or contacting the Holder.
Collection and storing of data
Data can be collected directly, in case of sending an email, or indirectly. Every time any Individual visits the website the system records their IP address, all visited pages, the browser used, the internet provider, the operating system, the domain name and the date of access. This data is used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information about the site, to check its proper functioning, and is stored for as long as it takes for the technical purposes serving what it was acquired for. The retention of the data is therefore limited to the time it takes to carry out stated purposes, until the deletion is requested by contacting the Holder, for accounting in a 10-year period and in legal terms.
Transmission and spreading of data to third parties
Only internal processing data will be used for the purposes indicated. In no case will data be transmitted or sourced to third parties, except in case of a request from any Judicial Authority, and only in cases provided for by law, for example investigations or wrongdoings. In any event, data will remain in the European Union. From the website you can browse to other sites, and in this case the Holder will no longer be responsible for the use that third-party sites will make of the data, and therefore invite any concerned Individual to read the relevant privacy policies.
The Holder bears no responsibility for any problems that may arise as a result of the use of the website or websites linked to it, and it cannot be held responsible in any way for damages of any nature caused directly or indirectly by accessing to the site, relying on the news contained in it or its use. This policy is updated as of 05/03/2019 and is subject to periodic updates.
What are cookies
Cookies are small strings of coding that websites visited by any Individual send to its terminal (usually its browser: Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.), where they are stored to be then transmitted to each access to the same sites by the same Individual.
Why are they useful?
Using cookies, the website recognizes the device used by the Individual, leading to an improvement in their browsing experience. Among the different purposes of cookies, a more effective browsing between pages of the website, reminding him of the favourite sites, storing the language, etc.; cookies also help to ensure that the advertising content displayed online is more targeted, in relation to the specific interests of the Individual.
How many types of cookies are there?
Cookies are classified into different types:
1. In relation to DURATION, cookies may last a "session" (and they’re automatically deleted when the browser closes) or be "persistent" (active until an expiration date or deletion by the Individual );
2. 2. in relation to ORIGIN, the cookie can be from a "first party" (sent to the browser directly from the site visited) or from "third parties" (sent to the browser from other third party sites that you are not visiting);
3. In relation to FINALITIES, the cookie can be "technical" or "profiling".
A "technical" cookie is the one needed for navigation, indispensable for performance, processing or security; these cookies regulate preferences, localization, and the state of each session. Are also called "technical" all cookies that get statistical-analytical data for a first part or for third parties with IP masking, and without data crossing. For the installation of "technical" cookies, you do not need prior consent from the Individual. “Profiling" cookies are used by statistical-analytical third parties without IP masking, without data crossing; These "profiling" cookies also concern advertising, campaigns, tracking or conversions. For the installation of "non-technical" cookies, prior consent from the Individual is required.
Using third-party services (email services/accounts, Mailchimp platform) this website cannot control its cookies, which are a third-party responsibility. The Interested can, however, block and cancel the operation of plugins for their browser and change its settings as indicated in by the browser itself. The management of information collected by "third parties" is governed by the relevant information to which please refer. Blocking all the aforementioned third-party cookies does not compromise the browsing experience of the Individual but the quality of the services offered by the website may decrease. For more information, including information about disabling third-party profiling cookies sent to the Individual’s browser while browsing this website, visit: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/ or contact the Holder.
This policy was updated the 12/04/2019 and it is subject to periodic updates.