Privacy & Cookies
This information regards personal data that you have provided when filling in the Contacts form on our website www.gandini.com
Personal data maintained in our database will be processed in compliance with Italian Leg. Decree no. 196 of June 30, 2003, the new “Personal Data Protection Regulations” enforced in June 1, 2004.
Purpose of Data Processing
Data you have provided here, will be exclusively processed for the following purposes:
- reception of information requests regarding our activities and services
Processing, in particular recording, organization, retention, blocking, change, use, interconnection, communication, diffusion, cancellation, deletion, selection, extraction, comparison operations, are performed in a lawful way, correctly and in such a way that safety and confidentiality are granted. Data processing can also be carried out via paper, IT and telematic means.
Mandatory or optional nature of personal data provision and consequences of denial
Provision of data is not compulsory but any omission of information required on the questionnaires and/or forms available on our website will or could imply for Joomla!lombardia the impossibility of following any requests. Therefore, any denial to provide data for these purposes implies, by way of consequences, the impossibility for the undersigned Association to provide information on the services required and the various ongoing initiatives.
Rights of the data subject
We hereby would also like to remind you that Art. 7 of the same Legislative Decree grants you the following rights:
- knowing the processing of data which may concern you;
These rights shall be exercised in a request addressed to the Data Controller by registered letter to Dott.ssa Maria Caterina Roveda, address Corso Venezia 2/A, Milan, ITALY.
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What are the cookies?
Cookies are essential for a good operation of our site. Cookies are also used to adapt products and services offered and advertised for our customers on this or other website.
The following tables show the cookies used and why we use them.
Cookies Name Purpose More Information
Google Analytics _utma
Session PHPSESSID PHPSESSID Session Cookie is essential to the operation of some parts of the website. It is removed when the browser is closed. No personal information is stored.
Whoson Whoson This cookie is used with the WhosOn service to hep us provided on-line chat services to the visitors of our website. This cookie provides a random number to identify a visitor in a unique way. Cookies do not store any personal information. This cookie expires on December 31 2020. Click here to view WhosOn.
Who defines the cookies?
When you access this website, cookies stored on your computer or other device are collected by Kolzer, our suppliers who collaborates with us to continue to provide a high-quality website and other third parties.
Cookies can also be set by third persons who participate with us in marketing and loyalty programs. None of these third parties collect personal data from which they could identify every single customer.
How can I check what cookies are collected?
By using this website you consent that the aforementioned cookies are stored on your computer or device. The most of browsers allow a level of control of the majority of cookies via your browser settings. For more information on cookies, and cookies setting, management and removal, please visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org.
To be monitored by Google Analytics on all websites, please visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Please note that if you decide to disable one or all the cookies set on this website, some website functions could not be available any longer.
In case of questions or doubts, please contact us.
This cookie is stored on your computer for 1 year period. It is not eliminated when the browser is closed.
In particular the Personal Data Protection Authority has gathered the cookies under the following macro-categories:
- TECHNICAL COOKIES
Technical cookies are only used to transmit a communication via an electronic communication network or to the extent strictly necessary for the information society provider of a service explicitly requested by a subscriber or user, in order to provide that service. There are not used for other purposes and are usually directly installed by the website owner or administrator. The can be divided into the following categories:
- Session or browsing cookies, which ensure normal browsing and use of the website (for example, they enable purchases or authentication to enter reserved areas);
- Cookie analytics, they are used together with technical cookies, directly by the website administrator to collect information in aggregate, on the number of users and how these visit the website;
- Functionality cookies, which allow the user to browse on the basis of a series of criteria selected (for example, language products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service provided.
- PROFILING COOKIE
Profiling cookies create user profiles which are used to send advertising messages in line with the consumer preferences when browsing the net. In view of the particular intrusiveness that these devices can have in the private life of users, the Italian and European regulations establish that the user be properly informed on their use and so expresses his/her valid consent.
Art. 122 of the Code refers to them, providing that “storage of information on a user or contracting party's terminal device, or access to information already stored, is only allowed on condition that the user or contracting party has expressed her/his consent after he/she has been informed with the simplified procedures under Art. 13, par. 3” (art. 122, par. 1 of the Code).
Even if they are not directly classified under the regulation as an autonomous category, also … are important since they are mentioned on different occasions.
- ANALYSIS SERVICE COOKIES
These cookies are used to statistically analyse accesses/visits to the website (so-called “analytics” cookies) but do not always exclusively pursue statistical purposes or collect information in aggregate, and are often provided by third parties that collect IP addresses from users and can access them in disaggregate (in these cases, it is possible to limit data processing using anonymization techniques). Usually they are not exempt from that consent. Anyway, they are assimilated to technical cookies when they are directly used by the website administrator of the website to collect information in aggregate on the number of users and how these visit the website.
COOKIES USED ON THIS WEBSITE AND COOKIE DEACTIVATION
Technical cookies are not used. The website uses third party's cookies only to analyse the site traffic (Cookie Analytics) via aggregate data and in an anonymous way. These cookies, relating to Google Analytics services, will be better described in the corresponding section in this notice.
Finally, the user is informed that, although the website is provided with social media buttons, they are only links: "I like" buttons that use the cookies are not present.
In particular, cookies used in this Website are the following:
- _gat (Google Analytics service cookies) used to increase the speed of page uploading processes, duration: 10 minutes.
- _ga (Google Analytics service cookies) used to distinguish the users, duration: 2 years.
Google Analytics is used to assess the website performance (more/less viewed pages, more/less clicked elements, number of visitors, most searched words, etc.).
Google Analytics is an analysis tool by Google that helps the owners of websites and Apps understand how visitors interact with the content they own.
A set of cookies can be used to collect information and generate statistics on the use of the website without the personal identification of every visitor by Google. These markers are used to store the information of visitors, such as the time when the site was visited, previous visit and the domain of the site from which they linked to the site. This information is generated through the access to a site and then sent to server machines located in the United States of America and there stored by Google.
A pixel tag is also used in addition to cookies. The pixel tax is a type of technology used on a website or an e-mail to track the activities on websites or opening/access to e-mails, and is often used together with cookies (). More information on the Google Analytics service are available on this page .
We finally stress that GOOGLE ANALYTICS provides an anonymous use of the users' IP address.
In fact, for this website, we have asked Google Analytics to anonymise the users/visitors’ IP address. So Google Analytics anonymises the address as soon as this is technically possible at a later stage in the net, during the collection of data. The IP anonymization function in Google Analytics set the last octet of user’s IP addresses IPv4 and the last 80 bits of IPv6 addresses on zero memory, immediately after transmission to Google Analytics collection network. In this case, the complete IP address is never written on the disk.
The data controller also informs that he has accepted the amendment on data processing (Google Analytics Data Processing Amendment v20130906) made available by Google Analytics in compliance with Directive 95/46/CE.
In particular, according to that additional agreement for Customers based in the EU, Google undertakes to process data in compliance with the requests of the Customer-Owner, which shall be provided by the customer through the service settings. In addition to providing technical support and maintaining the service, Google grants that personal data owned by the customer will be processed according to the instructions given and will not be shared with other additional services unless the customer activate those services.
As a result of the above, the user is informed that advertising and sharing of data with Google have not been activated for this website; and that Google Analytics has not been connected to any additional service: therefore, data processing is performed for mere statistical purposes. The Privacy Authority considered that, on account of the clarifications of June 5 2015, websites using suitable tools to reduce the identification power of analytical data (for instance, masking of meaningful portions of the IP address) are not subject to the obligations and fulfilments provided for by the law (notice to the Authority in primis) if the use of these cookies is conditional to the contractual links between websites and third parties, where it is expressly mentioned that the third party undertakes either to exclusively use them for the provision of the service, store them separately and not to “enrich” them or not to “match” them with the other information available.
The data controller considers it is useful to provide further information on the deactivation of cookies from the browser, for both fixed and mobile systems.
Methods for deactivation via the direct link under the paragraph “Cookies used in this website and their deactivation” are also suitable to disable cookies for mobile users.
As far as mobile users are concerned, it is hereby specified that system configurations to exclude cookie storage or cancellation considerably change according to the device brand and/or model.
Therefore, it will be necessary to consult the instructions provided by the manufacturer. Information related to the most common systems are detailed below:
Chrome for Mobile:
- Chrome for Android
1 Open the Chrome menu.
2 It could correspond to an icon with small overlapped circles or a square button on the phone.
3 Tap Settings > website Settings
4 Deselect the option Cookies
- iPad or iPhone
In order to manage general settings relating to the content of website on Chrome, follow this procedure:
1 Open the Chrome menu.
2 Tap Settings.
3 Under "Advanced", select Content Settings.
4 Accept cookies: Deselect this option to avoid that web pages store cookies on the mobile device.
For more information, please read:
Safari for mobile systems
To block cookies on iOS 8 Safari, select Settings > Safari > Block Cookies, and choose “always allow”, “only allow from websites I visit”, “only allow from the current website” or “always block”, In iOs 7 or less recent versions, choose “never”, “third parties and advertisers” or “always”.
DISABLING BY BROWSER SETTINGS
In order to disable cookies and/or select the desired block level, the desktop user shall also use his browser, changing the corresponding settings. The following links connect to the main browsers currently available on the market to change the session settings:
INFORMATION ON COOKIE SETTINGS (GOOGLE CHROME)
To change cookie settings:
1 Click on the Chrome menu on the browser tool bar.
2 Select Settings.
3 Click on Show Advanced Settings.
4 Under “Privacy” click on the Content Settings button.
5 In the "Cookies” section, you can:
- Block all cookies. Select “Prevent websites from setting data”,
- Only block third parties' cookies. Select the check box.
- It is also possible to make exceptions, establishing a method to administer cookies on some sites or for some specific domains, clicking on Manage exceptions.
INFORMATION ON COOKIE SETTINGS (FIREFOX)
How to change cookie settings
To check or change settings:
1 Click on the menu button and select Preferences (“Options” for Windows users).
2 Select the Privacy panel.
3 Under Chronology Settings: select use personalised settings. “Block third parties cookies and website data”.
4 To enable cookies, select Accept cookies from websites; to disable them, deselect the box. It is possible to exclude third parties cookies selecting “Never” under "Accept third parties cookies".
INFORMATION ON COOKIE SETTINGS (INTERNET EXPLORER)
1 Open Internet Explorer, clicking on Start and select Internet Explorer.
2 Click on the Tool button and select Internet Options.
3 Click on Privacy and under Settings move the sliding device upwards to block all cookies, or downwards to enable all them and click on OK. You can also select the types of cookies you want to allow/block and only block cookies on some websites.
More information is available at these links:
INFORMATION ON COOKIE SETTINGS (SAFARI)
How to block cookies
To set cookie block on iOS 8 Safari, click on Settings > Safari > Block Cookies, and select "Always allow" to always enable cookie storage; “Only allow from websites I visit” to only store cookies from websites you visit or “Always block” to avoid storage of all cookies.
On iOS 7 or less recent versions, select “Never”, “Third Parties and advertisers” or “Always”.
Additional information is available at the following link:
We also remember that the user is always allowed to manually remove cookies that are already installed on his/her fixed or mobile device.
HOW TO CEAR THE CACHE AND ELIMINATE COOKIES ON
(How to clear information on the device)
It is finally noted that it is possible to set the browser in such a way that it is avoided to store cookies only temporarily: this is called “incognito mode” or “private browsing” or “anonymous browsing” (according to the browser used).
Sometimes these settings only allow storing technical cookies that are anyway cleared at the end of any session. Some other times, they do not even allow that storage. Instructions and characteristics are available on pages dedicated to the support of the browser used:
Google Chrome and Google Chrome Mobile:
Microsoft Internet Explorer:
For the sake of completeness, we inform the user that it is possible to have information on cookies stored on a device and disable them individually, deciding to only accept cookies of some companies by clicking on the resource at this link:
The data controller is Dott.ssa Maria Caterina Roveda, address Corso Venezia 2/A, Milan, ITALY.
Individuals whom personal data refer to have the right to obtain at any time the confirmation of the existence or non-existence of fata and be informed on the corresponding content and origin, verifying the exactness or asking for the integration or update of data or the change of data (Article 7 of Regulations on Personal Data Protection). According to that article, anyone has the right to ask for data cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or block of data processed against the law, and in any case to oppose to data processing for lawful reasons.