PRIVACY AND LEGAL INFORMATION
TREATMENT OF PERSONAL DATA ON THE WEBSITES
www.sytrama.it – www.roboline.it
of ROBOLINE S.r.l.
This document on the treatment of personal data exclusively refers to the aforementioned Websites. Therefore, each time you access a Website that is not included in the aforementioned list, we recommend that you read the relative document regarding the treatment of personal data. This document is subject to amendments and so we invite you to refer to it periodically.
The information as follows is in regard to personal data that you provide to the COMPANY or otherwise acquired by the COMPANY through the aforementioned Websites (hereafter known as “Data”), also in accordance with article 13 of the Legislative Decree n. 196/2003.
TREATMENT. PERSONAL DATA.
Treatment refers to “any operation or group of operations that are carried out, even without the use of electronic tools for data collecting, recording, organising, preserving, consulting, processing, modifying, selecting, extracting, comparing, using, interconnecting, blocking, communication, circulating, cancelling and destroying, even if the data is not recorded on a database”.
Personal Data refers to “any information relating to a natural person who has been identified or can be identified, even indirectly, by referring to any other information, including a personal identification number”.
The COMPANY is the Data treatment holder.
The Data will be subject to treatment by the COMPANY, according to the limits set by the applicable legislation, for the following purposes: a) fulfilling obligations provided by laws, regulations and/or EC rules; b) providing access to reserved areas, information and offers: c) fulfilling contractual obligations for the purposes of protecting the rights and interests of the COMPANY; d) recording and processing your requests for technical assistance; e) responding to your candidacies as COMPANY suppliers; f) sending newsletters when expressly requested; g) managing CVs and other partnership offers on your behalf.
For the aforementioned purposes, the Data may also be subject to treatment by the COMPANY, by the data treatment Handlers nominated by said COMPANY and/or by the Managers.
Providing data from the aforementioned Websites that are preceded by an asterisk (*) is:
- mandatory for the purposes set in the previous letter a) and this relative treatment shall not require the authorisation of those concerned;
- not mandatory for the purposes set in the previous letters b), c) and d); however, refusing to provide them may signify – in regard to the relationship between the Data and the required service or activity – that the COMPANY is not able to correctly fullfil its own obligations and this determines the COMPANY’s power to refuse the required service or activity. This treatment shall not require authorisation of those concerned as, in any case, this authorisation has been supplied by ticking the boxes in accordance with the information specified as follows in this document; and
- not mandatory for the purposes set in letters e), f) and g) and their treatment requires authorisation from those concerned (and this authorisation is provided by ticking the boxes in accordance with the information provided as follows in this document), notwithstanding that a lack of authorisation may signify – in regard to the relationship between the Data and the required service or activity – that the COMPANY is not able to carry out the activities stipulated in letters e), f) and g).
RIGHTS OF THE PERSON CONCERNED.
You may exercise your rights stipulated in article 7 of the Legislative Decree n. 196/2003 with regard to the COMPANY and these rights are reported in full as follows for your convenience:
(Right to access personal data and other rights)
The person concerned has the right to obtain a confirmation of the existence or otherwise of personal data that concerns him or her, even if the data is not yet recorded, and to receive them in an intelligible manner.
The person concerned has the right to obtain indications on: a) the origin of the personal data; b) the treatment purposes and methods; c) the reasoning applied to the treatment carried out using electronic tools; d) the identification details of the holder, the managers and the designated representative according to article 5 comma 2; e) the subjects or the subject categories to which the personal data can be communicated or who could be made aware of the personal data in their role as designated representative in the State territory, as managers or appointees.
The person concerned has the right: a) for the data to be updated, rectified, or, when necessary, integrated; b) for the data to be deleted, made anonymous, or blocked in the case of data treated in a manner that violates the law, including data that does not need to be preserved with regard to the reasons why the data was collected and successively treated; c) to obtain a declaration that states that those to whom the data was communicated or circulated were made aware of operations included in letters a) and b), as well as the data content, except when fulfilling this action is impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate use of means with regard to the protected right.
The person concerned has the right to fully or partially oppose: a) the treatment of personal data regarding him or her for legitimate reasons, even if it is relevant to the data collection purpose: b) the treatment of personal data that involves him or her and that will be used for advertising material, direct sales or to carry out market research or commercial communication activities.
You may also request the COMPANY to provide further information with regard to the “rights of the person concerned” according to the Legislative Degree n. 196/2003.
For the same purposes described in this document, the Data may be communicated to third parties (a courier, for example) for the same aforementioned purposes. The COMPANY shall only provide information that is strictly necessary to said third parties in order for them to fulfill commercial operations or required services and the COMPANY shall not share Data with third parties in any other way, unless it has your express authorisation to do so on each separate occasion.
The Data shall not be circulated (“circulation” meaning making unspecified subjects aware of the Data).
The Data Treatment shall be carried out both using electronic tools and without electronic tools, fully complying with the applicable legislation. Particularly according to article 11 of the Legislative Decree n.196/2003, the Data being treated shall be: a) treated in a legitimate and honest manner; b) collected and recorded for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes and used in other treatment operations that are compatible with said purposes; c) exact and, if necessary, updated; d) relevant, complete and not excessive with regard to the purpose for which it was collected or successively treated; e) preserved in a manner that allows the person involved to be identified for a period of time that does not exceed what is necessary for the purposes for which the data was collected or successively treated.
The Data shall be supervised to reduce the risk of data destruction or loss to a minimum, unauthorised access or unauthorised treatment, or data that does not comply with the collection purposes. The Data shall be preserved in paper archives fitted with a lock and/or saved on a server protected by a password with limited access, placed in well-protected locations.
TRANSMITTING DATA TO THE COMPANY.
Once received by the COMPANY, the Data shall be treated in full compliance with this document and, overall, with the applicable legislation. Furthermore, as the Internet is not a safe environment, unauthorised third parties may have access to Data that you submitted via Internet, collect said Data and use it without authorisation. Also, the Data submitted via internet may be transferred beyond the national border, even if the sender and receiver are located in the same country. Therefore, the Data that you submitted via Internet may be transmitted to a country with lower data protection standards with respect to those in your country of residence. The COMPANY is not liable for the safety and integrity of the Data whilst they are transmitted to the COMPANY via Internet. In cases when you believe it to be suitable for Data protection reasons, you may communicate said Data to the COMPANY using other tools.
What are cookies?
For further information on cookies and their general functions, please visit the information Website, allaboutcookies.org.
Why do we use them?
Cookies have several functions. They help website managers understand how users use the actual website, they allow the user to navigate the various website pages more efficiently, and they help to remember expressed preferences, etc. Cookies also provide information of a commercial nature and, for example, this information helps the website manager to understand which products interest the User the most, as well as which of these products is the most important.
What type of cookies do we use?
Cookies that may be used on our Website fall within the categories illustrated as follows.
Temporary and permanent cookies
Cookies may expire at the end of a navigation session that is established as the time period between the user opening a window and closing it, or they may be kept for a longer period of time.
Temporary cookies – They are deleted and disappear from the device when the User leaves the website and closes the program used for navigation; they expire when the browser session ends and so they are not kept for a long period of time.
Permanent cookies – They remain on the device, even after the User has left the website, until they are deleted or until they reach their potential expiry date set by the website manager.
First party and third party cookies
There are “first party” and “third party” cookies based on the Website or the Website domain.
First party cookies are cookies that are directly set by the Websites visited by the User or the Website when the address is typed in by the User (displayed in the URL window).
Third party cookies are cookies set by a website that is different to the one visited by the User. Third party cookies are relevant in cases when the User visits a website and a third party, with respect to the manager of the website visited, sets a cookie using said website.
Cookie technology for performance and functionality
Based on the purposes pursued, cookies used on Websites can differ and fall within three further categories, illustrated as follows:
- Strictly necessary cookies or cookies are required for navigating Websites that the User visits and using some of the functions. Some online services required by the User (e.g. accessing reserved areas) may not be supplied without these cookies. This type of cookie on our Websites does not collect any personal information from the User that may identify the User in any way simply through the cookies.
- Performance cookies collect anonymous information and this allows us to understand how Users interact with our Websites. For example, they tell us which websites are visited more often, the time spent on the website, potential error messages, etc. The performance cookies that we use only collect information anonymously and on an aggregate basis. They are used to improve the running of the websites and User navigation experience. For information on how to cancel or manage performance cookies, please refer to the relevant section on this page.
- Functionality cookies allow our Websites to record User choices (such as the size of the text viewed, language preference, country location, etc.) and provide functionality based on User choices. In some cases, cookies may also be used to provide online service (e.g. offering a live chat service) or to avoid offering services or messages that the User has already refused in the past. Our Websites set this type of cookie on the navigation device used by the User in a fully anonymous manner and you shall not be able to identify it. For information on how to cancel or manage performance cookies, please refer to the relevant section on this page. It should be reminded that, if the User deletes this type of cookie then selected preferences and/or settings shall not be memorised for future visits.
For comprehensive information, we have provided a table below that indicates the name, purpose, duration and method for each cookie where the use may be disabled:
|Cookie name||Cookie purpose||Cookie duration||How to disable the cookie use|
|1) ASP.NET_SessionId||Session cookies||Session||This cookie is necessary to navigate the website. If you want to disable it, leave the website and close each open session. Continuing to navigate the website, this authorises the use of this cookie.|
|2) CookiePolicy||This cookie is used to track authorisations given by the user||20 years||If you want to disable this cookie, delete it from your device by following the instructions on this page at the “How to manage or delete cookies” paragraph.|
|3) __utma / _ga||Cookies used to calculate the number of visits by one same user with Google Analytics||2 years||If you want to disable this cookie set by Google Analytics, install the additional component to deactivate Google Analytics by connecting to the page tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout|
|4) __utmb||Cookie used together with the successive cookie to calculate the time spent visiting the website with Google Analytics||30 minutes||If you want to disable this cookie set by Google Analytics, install the additional component to deactivate Google Analytics by connecting to the page tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout|
|5) __utmc||Cookie used together with the previous cookie to calculate the time spent visiting the website with Google Analytics.||Session||If you want to disable this cookie set by Google Analytics, install the additional component to deactivate Google Analytics by connecting to the page tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout|
|6) __utmt / _gat||Cookie used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate||10 minutes|
|7) __utmz||Cookie used to track the source of the user with Google Analytics||6 months|
How to manage or delete cookies
Most Internet browsers are initially set to accept cookies automatically. The User may modify these settings in order to block cookies or be warned every time cookies are sent to the navigation device. Furthermore, at the end of each navigation session, the User may delete the cookies that were collected from his or her device. There are various methods to manage cookies. Please refer to the specific instructions for the browser in use. If the User uses various devices to visit and access Websites (for example, computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.), then the User is responsible for ensuring that each browser of each device is set to reflect his or her expressed preferences regarding cookies. For more information on managing cookies, please refer to the page www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/
Select the following links to access specific instructions for managing cookies through some of the main navigation programs.
Microsoft Windows Explorer
If the User does not use any of the aforementioned browsers then the User may, in any case, select “cookies” in the relevant section of the guide to see where the cookies folder is located.
The COMPANY uses the Google Analytics service provided by Google Inc. to manage the Websites.
Google Analytics, in turn, sets cookies that generate information on how the User uses the website (including the User’s IP address) and this information is collected anonymously by Google. Google deposits the collected information on its servers in order to track and examine the Website use, compile reports and statistics on the Website activities and use on behalf of the COMPANY. Google may then transfer this information to third parties when required by law or when these third parties treat the aforementioned information for Google. Google shall not associate the IP address used by the User with any other data held by Google. For further information, please refer to the page www.google.it/analytics/learn/privacy.html
Furthermore, the User may refuse to accept the cookies set by Google Analytics at any time by disabling the use of part of our Websites and installing the additional component by connecting to the page tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
SOCIAL BUTTONS AND WIDGETS.
It is also possible to find social buttons/widgets on our Websites or specific “buttons” that depict the social network icons (for example, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google Plus, etc.). These “buttons” allow the Users who are navigating the Websites to reach and interact with social networks directly with one “click”. By clicking on Social buttons/widgets, the social network obtains data relating to the User visit. Aside from these cases where the User can share his or her own navigation data spontaneously with pre-selected social networks with one click, the COMPANY does not share any User navigation information or data obtained through the Websites with social networks that are accessible through Social buttons/widgets. For further information, refer to the privacy policies of the specific social networks that may be accessed through our Websites using the social buttons.
YouTube and Google Plus
LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES.
Links to third party Websites are only provided for the user’s convenience. When you connect to these websites, we recommend you read the rules that govern their use and relevant information regarding the treatment of personal data. The COMPANY shall not control and shall not be liable in any capacity for the content and/or treatment of personal data that these websites apply and/or carry out.
Potential requests/remarks regarding this document may be sent to the COMPANY.
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