Techvision S.r.l. has its registered offices at no. 7 Via Meraviglie, Milan, Italy. Website: www.techvisionitalia.it
The company that provides various types of contractual consulting activities for its clients.
In conducting its activities, personal data is processed, for which Techvision S.r.l serves as Data Controller.
2. What are cookies and what are they for?
“Cookies” are small text files that websites visited by the user send to their terminal (computer, smartphone, tablet or any other device used to access the Internet), where they are stored to then be sent back to the same websites when they are subsequently visited again by the same user.
Depending on their nature, cookies can be classified as either:
2.1 Technical cookies
Technical cookies, in turn, can be broken down into:
- Browsing cookies or session cookies: these allow the user to browse a website or else allow a requested service to be provided to the user. By way of example, cookies designed to facilitate on-line purchases fall into this category. They can be session cookies, which are automatically deleted once the browser is closed, or they can be persistent cookies, which remain stored on the user’s terminal for a set period of time.
- Analytical cookies, which are similar to technical cookies in that they are used directly by the website’s manager to collect general information regarding the number of users and how they use the website itself;
- Functional cookies, which allow the user to browse the website based on a series of criteria selected in order to improve the service provided
For the use of technical cookies, the users’ consent is not required. The provision of the browsing data is required for this purpose, and consequently the website would not function properly without the use of such cookies.
2.2 Profiling cookies
Profiling cookies follow the user’s browsing activities both during and after visiting the website, and allow for the creation of user profiles, which are used to send advertising messages based on the preferences expressed by the user while browsing the website.
2.3 Third party or first party cookies
When cookies are installed directly by the website being visited, they are referred to as first-party cookies.
When cookies are installed by websites other than then one being visited, they are referred to as third-party cookies.
3. Cookies used by this website
3.1 First party cookies
Our website uses browsing, functional and analytical cookies, but does not use first-party profiling cookies.
In particular, the website uses the following cookies:
- Technical browsing cookies, which are essential for allowing the user to navigate the website and take full advantage of its features. Without these cookies, certain necessary services could not be utilised (like filling out a form to register for a course):
- Technical functional cookies, which facilitate the user’s browsing experience by allowing the website to remember the information they enter or select (e.g. name, language, or region of origin, etc.). The information collected by these types of cookies can be rendered anonymous and incapable of monitoring your browsing activity on other websites. Without these cookies, browsing the website would not be as easy.
3.2 Third party cookies
Third-party cookies may be received when visiting our website, including profiling cookies, which offer services to the user. The use of profiling and analytical third-party cookies requires the data subject’s consent (unless specific measures have been taken to reduce the cookies’ ability to identify users and the third party has expressed its commitment not to cross-reference the data collected with other data already in its possession).
These cookies are issued directly by the installed services, such as Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google Maps, etc. The presence of these plug-ins entails the transmission of cookies to and from all the third party websites. Since the management of the data collected by “third parties” is governed by their relative policies, the links to these subjects’ privacy policies are provided below:
3.3 Google analytics
The website uses Google Analytics, which uses “cookies” to collect and analyse the data regarding usage behaviour on our website (including the user’s IP address), in an anonymous manner. This information is collected by Google Analytics, which processes it in order to prepare reports on the website’s activity. Google may also disclose this information to third parties where required by law, or if such third parties process said information on behalf of Google. For more information, please refer to the following link:
The user can selectively disable the activities of Google Analytics by installing the opt-out component provided by Google on their browser. To disable the activities of Google Analytics, please refer to the following link:
The website’s manager has activated the feature for rendering the user’s IP address anonymous, and has accepted the data processing amendment in compliance with the European regulations.
3.4 Social network buttons
he social network buttons used on our website are applications that provide a preview of the contents of our Facebook and Linkedin pages. These services are not activated automatically, and require the user’s express consent for the processing of their personal data. Therefore, third-party cookies are not installed as a result of using these buttons.
Nevertheless, the links where the user can view the privacy policies regarding the social networks’ management of their personal data are provided below:
– Facebook: for more information about Facebook’s use of your personal data, visit the following link: http://www.facebook.com/about/privacy
– Google +: for more information about Google+’s use of your personal data, visit the following link: https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/
4 Choices regarding cookies
You can set your browser to accept or reject the installation of all or certain types of cookies, or to notify you when a cookie has been installed. However, the total or partial disabling of cookies could compromise the use of the website, either in whole or in part (although not its navigability, which is always guaranteed). Rather than disabling them, it is recommended to delete them once the browsing session has ended.
4.2 Disabling cookies
The links to the instructions for disabling cookies on the most common browsers are provided below:
4.3 Deleting cookies
To delete the data at the end of your browsing session:
5 Optional nature of data conferment
Save for that which has been specified regarding browsing data, the user is free to provide the personal data indicated in the on-line request forms. Failure to provide such data may prevent the user from obtaining the service requested.
6 Data processing methods
Data collection takes place in compliance with the principles of relevance and completeness, and within the limitations of the purposes for which they are processed.
The collection and processing operations can take place in either paper or electronic form, including by interacting with the ARIR web services, accessible via the domain: www.techvisionitalia.it
The personal data are transmitted, stored and processed so as to ensure their confidentiality, integrity and availability.
7 Rights of the data subject
The data subject has the right:
- To confirm the existence/non-existence of any Personal Data concerning them, even if not yet registered, and to access the personal data processed;
- To have the data updated, corrected or, if in their interest, supplemented, without delay;
- To have the data deleted;
- To have their processing limited;
- To verify that any corrections, deletions or limitations of the processing activities have been brought to the attention of all the recipients to whom the data had been transmitted;
- OTo object, at any time, for reasons relating to their specific situation: a) to the processing of their personal data for the performance of a task of public interest or related to the exercise of public powers or for the pursuit of the data controller’s legitimate interests; b) to the processing of personal data concerning them for the purpose of sending advertising or direct sales material or for carrying out market research or commercial communications; the objection may be raised in relation to traditional marketing activities only (carried out by paper mail and/or by voice calls), marketing via e-mail, sms, mms, fax or automated calls only, or both forms of marketing;
- To receive their personal data in a well-structured and commonly used format capable of being read by an automated device, if the processing is based on consent, a contract, or is carried out by automated means;
- To revoke the consent granted at any time. This does not apply cases where the data processing is necessary to fulfil a legal obligation or to carry out of a task of public interest;
- To file a complaint with the Data Protection Authority.
All the above rights (with the exception of that referred to under point VI, which must be addressed directly to the Data Protection Authority) can be exercised by sending a written request to the Data Controller via e-mail, to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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