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PRIVACY

Information Notice pursuant to Legislative Decree n. 196/2003 of the Republic of Italy

Pursuant to art. 13 of the Privacy Code (Legislative Decree n. 196/2003 of the Republic of Italy), “Patrizia Abbadi” informs the user that the processing of personal data is necessary for the fulfilment of the purposes listed below.

  • Tax or accounting obligations required by the laws of the Republic of Italy and the European Union (for example, invoicing, keeping registers and accounting ledgers, etc.).
  • Obligations deriving from the “Agreement”, by exercising and defending all the rights deriving from the “Agreement” also through its representatives, both in and out of court.
  • Furthermore, “Patrizia Abbadi” may collect information on the user’s surfing habits as well as any other action performed during connection to this website. This information will only be used to handle and manage login to this site and for all other methods of use, as well as for statistics and to optimize login.
  • Processing the data provided by the user and gathered from the user’s surfing to define statistics on the interest shown by the user in relation to services and products offered by “Patrizia Abbadi” for marketing and promotional activities in general.

The processing indicated in point 1.1 above is indispensable for the execution of the Information Notice pursuant to Legislative Decree 196/2003 of the Italian Republic and lack of consent by the user to provide the requested data will prevent the same from logging onto the website.
Pursuant to art. 24 of the Privacy Code of the Republic of Italy, letters a), b) c), d) and g), the processing under reference does not require the user’s consent.

In relation to the abovementioned purposes, individual and collective personal data shall be processed by preserving it on paper, computer and electronic support, in compliance with the laws in force at present and in the future of the Republic of Italy and the European Union, with criteria that are strictly connected to the purposes described and by adopting suitable safety measures to reduce the risk of destruction or accidental loss of the data, of non-authorized login or unauthorized processing or not compliant with the purpose of the actual collection of the data.

Within the structure of “Patrizia Abbadi”, as DATA CONTROLLER, processing may be carried out by all its employees, within the limits of their respective competences, duties and assignments, as well as by natural or legal persons connected with the DATA CONTROLLER with a continuous collaboration, even if in outsourcing.

Outside the structure of “Patrizia Abbadi”, the data may be communicated to:

  • professionals and consultants for legal, tax and administrative matters;
  • legal and administrative authorities in relation to all legal obligations in force at present and in the future, or to exercise rights and powers deriving from the “Agreement”;

that may be exercised exclusively in relation to the purposes described in point 1.1 above and in compliance with the provisions of the laws in force and in the future of the Republic of Italy and the European Union.

Processing of the data shall take place in the Republic of Italy, in the European Union and in Other Countries.

The user, as DATA SUBJECT of the data processing, may exercise the rights indicated in art. 7 of the Privacy Code of the Republic of Italy, and in particular:

 

  • the DATA SUBJECT has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence of his/her personal data, also if it has not yet been registered and to receive communication of the same in an intelligible form;
  • the DATA SUBJECT has the right to obtain indications regarding:
    • the origin of the personal data;
    • the purpose and processing method;
    • the logic applied in case of processing performed with the aid of electronic tools;
    • the identification information of the DATA CONTROLLER and the processors, persons or categories of persons to whom the personal data may be communicated or that may become party to the same;
  • the DATA SUBJECT has the right to obtain:
    • an update, rectification or, when required, integration of the data;
    • cancellation, transformation in anonymous form or block of data processed in violation of the laws in force at present or in the future, including data that does not require saving, for the purposes for which it was gathered and subsequently processed;
    • a declaration that the operations in letter c) point a. and c) of point b. above have been disclosed, also for their content, to those persons to whom the data was communicated or disclosed, except in cases where such fulfillment is impossible or implies the use of means which are disproportionate to the right being protected;
  • the DATA SUBJECT has the right to challenge all or part of:
    • the processing of his/her personal data for legitimate reasons even if pertinent to the purpose of the collection process;
    • the processing of his/her personal data for the transmission of advertising material or direct sale or to perform market research or commercial communications.

 

The DATA CONTROLLER of the process is “Patrizia Abbadi” Via Alinda Bonacci Brunamonti 20, Rome (Italy), Postal Code 00143, e-mail: p.abbadi@gmail.com.

In relation to the Cookies, see the specific information notice, entitled “COOKIES”, transcribed hereinafter.

 

COOKIES

Complete Information on Cookies

Cookies are small data files that websites visited by the users send to their computers, where they are installed (usually by the browser) to then be retransmitted to the same sites at the next visit. The Cookies may be “first party” or “third party”, where the “first party” Cookies relate to external domains. “Third party” cookies are necessarily installed by an external person, always defined as the “third party”, and not managed by the website. Such persons may sometimes also install “first party” Cookies, by installing its Cookies on the domain of the website. The so-called “third party” Cookies are installed by a website that is not the one being visited by the user. This is because on every site there may be elements (images, maps, sounds, specific links to a web page of other domains, etc.) that reside in servers, which are different from the one of the visited website. A Cookie may not recall any other data from the hard drive of the user, nor transmit viruses or acquire e-mail addresses. Each Cookies is unique to the user’s browser.

The Cookies have different purposes: perform computer authentications, monitor sessions, store information on specific settings regarding users that login on the server, memorizing preferences, etc.

Technical Cookies are used for the sole purpose of “transmitting a communication on an electronic communication network, or where strictly necessary, to the supplier of a service of an information company explicitly requested by the subscriber or user to provide such service” (see. Art. 122, paragraph 1 of the Privacy Code in the Republic of Italy). They are not used for any other purposes and are normally installed directly by the owner or manager of the website.

Technical Cookies may be divided into the following:

  • Navigation or session Cookies that guarantee normal surfing and use of the website (permitting, for example, purchase or authentication to log into reserved areas); they are actually necessary for the correct functioning of the website;
  • Analytic Cookies, assimilated to technical Cookies, where they are used directly by the website manager to gather information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and on how they use the site in order to improve the performance of the website;
  • Session Cookies that allow the user to surf in relation to a series of selected criteria (for example, language, products selected for purchase, etc.), in order to improve the service rendered to the user.

For the installation of these technical Cookies, the user’s prior consent is not required (more information in the paragraph entitled “Management of Cookies” hereinbelow).

The Italian Data Protection Authority (“Garante della Privacy”) (see provision n. 229 of 8 May 2014, relating to the “Identification of Simplified Methods to Inform and Acquire Consent to Use Cookies”) has indicated that analytic Cookies may be assimilated to technical Cookies, only if used to improve the website, directly by the owner of the website who will be able to gather information in aggregate form on the number of users and on how the same visit the website. Under these conditions, the same rules concerning information and consent for technical Cookies apply to analytic Cookies.

Profiling or behavioral Cookies, instead, are Cookies used to trace the user’s surfing of the net and to create profiles on his/her tastes, habits, choices etc. With these Cookies, it is possible to transmit tailored advertising messages to the user that are in line with the preferences manifested during online surfing.

It is not necessary to acquire the users’ consent to install technical Cookies, while it is necessary to give information (art. 13 of the Privacy Code of the Republic of Italy) for profiling Cookies that may be installed on the user’s computer only if the same has given his/her express consent, after being informed with simplified methods (Brief Information on Cookies).

In provision n. 229 of 8 May 2014, the Italian Privacy Authority established that the Information on Cookies must be set out on two layers. Once the user logs in a website (on the homepage or on any other page), a banner will immediately appear containing a first “summarized” information notice, with a request for consent to use Cookies, and a link to access a more “complete” information notice. In this section, the user may obtain further and more detailed information on the Cookies and decide which of the specific Cookies to authorize.

The banner with the Brief Information on Cookies notice must cover part of the content of the webpage that the user is visiting and should be eliminated only through the active intervention of the user, that is, the selection of an element in the banner.

The banner must specify that the site uses profiling Cookies, and possibly “third party” Cookies, that allow for the transmission of advertising messages tailored to the user’s preferences. It must contain the link to the more complete information notice and indicate that, through this link, it is possible to withhold consent to the installation of any Cookies whatsoever. It is necessary to point out that if the user choses to continue by “skipping” the banner, he agrees to the use of the Cookies.

To keep track of the consent acquired, the owner of the site may utilize the appropriate technical Cookies, a system that is not particularly invasive and, in turn, does not require any consent. With the existence of such documentation, it is not necessary for the Brief Information on Cookies to be re-proposed at the user’s second visit of the website, notwithstanding the possibility for the user to deny consent and modify his/her options at any moment and in the most convenient way possible, for example, through the Complete Information on Cookies, that must therefore be linkable from any page of the website.

The owners of the websites always have the possibility of using different methods to the one indicated by the Data Protection Authority of the Republic of Italy in provision n. 229 of 8 May 2014 indicated above, to obtain online consent required by the law of the Republic of Italy (Legislative Decree n. 196/2003).

The owners of websites that only use technical Cookies are not obliged to use the banner. In this case, the owner of the website may provide the users with the information notice with modalities they consider most suitable, for example, also through the insertion of the relative indications on the Privacy laws on the website.

The Complete Information on Cookies must contain all the elements required by the laws in force and in the future, of the Republic of Italy and the European Union, provide an analytic description of the characteristics and purposes of the Cookies installed on the website and allow the user to enable and disable the single Cookies. It must include an updated link to the information notices and to the consent forms of the “third parties” with whom the owner has stipulated agreements for the installation of “third party” Cookies through its website. In conclusion, it must remind the user of the possibility of manifesting his/her options on the Cookies also through the settings of the browser utilized.

The owner of the website that installs profiling Cookies is obliged to provide the Complete Information on Cookies Notice and the Brief Information on Cookies Notice and to ask for consent to install Cookies. Third Parties are responsible for the information and consent obligations relating to “third party” Cookies installed through the owner’s website. The owner of the website, as technical intermediary between the third parties and the users, is obliged to insert the updated links on the Complete Information on Cookies and the consent forms of the third parties in the complete Cookies Information Notice. Profiling Cookies on the website of the “first party” that usually remain for some time, and not those of “third parties”, must be notified to the Data Protection Authority of the Republic of Italy, while “first party” Cookies present in the website that have different purposes and that are part of the technical Cookies, together with the profiling and “third party” Cookies, need not be communicated to the Data Protection Authority of the Republic of Italy.

Cookies in this Site

Hereinafter is a list of the Cookies [grouped logically by function or supplier] present in this website. “Third party” Cookies provide the link to the Privacy Information Notice of the relative external supplier, where it is possible to find a detailed description of the single Cookies and the processing carried out.

List of Cookies present in this website

“First party” Cookies (Technical Cookies of the system)

The website uses technical Cookies to guarantee the user a better surfing experience and to provide statistical data on login and use (“first party” analytic Cookies present in the website are together with the technical Cookies because they are used directly by the service provider of the website to gather information).

Technical Cookies of the system are indispensable to optimize use of the website. The browser may disable these Cookies following indications in the relative paragraph transcribed hereinbelow, but surfing may be compromised.

 “Third party” Cookies (Technical Cookies and Profiling Cookies)

To install “third party” profiling Cookies, it is necessary to obtain the consent of the user. After the first login, the user is sent, through the Brief Information on Cookies, to grant his/her consent to the installation of the “third party” Profiling Cookies whose purpose is to assist the “third parties” listed below, to gather information on the interests and habits of the user, in order to propose commercial communications and services that are tailored to his/her interest or, in any event, in line with his/her interests.

By clicking the relative links of each “third party”, the user may access the Complete Information on Cookies of the “third parties”.

Facebook
Facebook uses profiling Cookies to offer user login, sharing and profiling on its systems.
For more information, consult the page:
https://en-gb.facebook.com/policies/cookies/?ref=hc_fnav

Twitter
Twitter uses profiling Cookies to offer user login, sharing and profiling on its systems.
For more information, consult the page:
https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170514

Instagram
Instagram uses profiling Cookies to offer user login, sharing and profiling on its systems.
For more information, consult the page:
https://www.instagram.com/legal/cookies/

LinkedIn
LinkedIn uses profiling Cookies to offer user login, sharing and profiling on its systems.
For more information, consult the page:
https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy

Google Analytics
Google Analytics uses profiling Cookies to offer user login, sharing and profiling on its systems.
For more information, consult the page:
https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/technologies/types/

Duration of the Cookies

The Cookies have a duration dictated by the expiry date (or by a specific action such as closure of the browser), set at the time of installation.

The Cookies may be:

  • temporary or Session Cookies used to store temporary information, allow connection of actions performed during a specific session and are removed by the computer by closing the browser;
  • permanent (Persistent Cookies) are used to store information, for example, the login name and password so that the user does not need to digit them each time he/she visits a specific website; these Cookies remain in the memory of the computer also after closing the browser.

Management of Cookies

“Patrizia Abbadi”, OWNER of this website, shall keep track of the user’s consent through appropriate technical Cookies, considered by the Italian Data Protection Authority as a tool that is “not particularly invasive”.

At any time, the user may give, refuse or revoke, all or part of the consent previously given in relation to the use of “third party” profiling Cookies, by accessing the Complete Information on Cookies that is linkable from any page of this website.

At any moment, the user has the right to exercise the rights recognized under art. 7 of  Legislative Decree n, 196/2003 of the Republic of Italy and, in particular, amongst others, to obtain a copy of the processed data, its update, origin, purpose and processing method, correction or integration, cancelation, transformation in anonymous form or block for illegal processing and to be able to object to the processing of the data for legitimate reasons.

To exercise such rights, the user may write to “Patrizia Abbadi” using the e-mail address legal@patriziaabbadi.com. If the user has already provided consent, but wants to change the authorizations of the Cookies, he/she must cancel them on the browser, as indicated hereinbelow, otherwise, those that have been installed will not be removed. In particular, bear in mind that it is not in any way possible to control “third party” Cookies, therefore if the user has already given prior consent, it is necessary to proceed with cancellation of the “third party” Cookies through the browser (section provided) or to ask the third parties directly to remove them.

How to disable/cancel Cookies through the browser settings

Chrome

  • Open the Chrome Browser.
  • Select the menu in the toolbar of the browser beside the Address of website box.
  • Select Settings.
  • Select Show advanced settings.
  • In the Privacy section, click the content settings button.
  • In the Cookies section it is possible to modify the following settings.
  • Keep Cookies and site data by default.
  • Keep Cookies and site data until you quit the browser.
  • Block Cookies by default.
  • Block “third party” Cookies and site data.
  • Make exceptions for Cookies for certain websites.
  • Disable one or all Cookies.

For more information, visit the page:

https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en

Mozilla Firefox

  • Open the Mozilla Firefox Browser.
  • Select the menu in the toolbar of the browser beside the Address of website box.
  • Select Options.
  • Select the Privacy panel where it is possible to change the following settings relating to Cookies.
  • Accept Cookies from websites visited.
  • Accept “third party” Cookies.
  • Keep Cookies for a certain period (until they expire, until Firefox is closed or ask each time).
  • Click Show Cookies to disable them.
  • Click Exceptions to manage the exception for Cookies of certain websites.

For more information, visit the page:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-Cookies-website-preferences

Internet Explorer

  • Open the Internet Explorer Browser.
  • Select Privacy and then, under Settings, move the slider to perform the actions desired for Cookies.
  • Block all Cookies.
  • Allow all Cookies.
  • Allow Cookies from specific websites: move the slider to a position between the top and bottom so you are not blocking or allowing all cookies, then click on Websites, in the Address of website box, insert the site and then press Block or Allow.

For more information, visit the page:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/278835

Safari

  • Open the Safari Browser.
  • Click Safari, select Preferences and choose Privacy.
  • In the Cookies and other website data window, specify how Safari must accept the Cookies.
  • To see which sites have stored Cookies click Details.
  • To disable Cookies click Remove all data from the website.

For more information, visit the page:

https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19214?viewlocale=en_US&locale=it:IT

Safari iOS (for mobiles)

  • Open the Safari iOS Browser.
  • Choose Settings on the mobile device and then Safari.
  • Tap Disable Cookies and choose from amongst the various options.
  • To disable all the Cookies saved by Safari, touch Settings, then Safari and finally on Clear Cookies and Data and History.

For more information, visit the page:

https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201265

Opera

  • Open the Opera Browser.
  • Select Preferences and then Advanced and finally select Cookies.
  • Select one of the following options.
  • Accept all Cookies.
  • Accept Cookies only from the site I visit: “third party” Cookies and those sent by a domain other than the one being visited will be blocked.
  • Never accept Cookies: no Cookies will ever be installed.
  • Decide whether to enable the option to disable new Cookies when closing Opera.
  • Decide to select Ask before accepting Cookies to visualize the Server Manager window to manage the Cookies each time a new one is installed.
  • Select Manage Cookies to manage the installed Cookies.

For more information, visit the page:

http://help.opera.com/Mac/12.10/en/cookies.html