Who are we and what do we do with your personal data?
IGD SIIQ S.p.A. (hereinafter IGD), with registered office in Bologna, via Trattati Comunitari Europei 1957-2007 no. 13, T.C. and VAT no. 00397420399, the Controller of the Data Processed (hereinafter The Controller), protects the privacy of your personal data and guarantees that it will be safe from any and all compromising events.
Toward this end the Controller gathers and uses the personal data in accordance with the policies and practices adopted which protect the rights granted under the applicable legislation. The Controller updates the policies and practices used to protect the personal data when deemed necessary and, at any rate, as a result of changes in the law or the organization which could impact the processing of your personal data.
The Controller has appointed a Head of Data Protection or Data Protection Officer (HDP or DPO) whom you can contact if you have any questions about the policies and practices used.
You may contact the HDP/DPO at the email address email@example.com
How does IGD collect and process your data?
Your personal information is processed for the purposes of:
What are cookies and for what reasons may be used for
Cookies are small files placed on the hard drive of the user’s computer by the server of a website that you visit. Cookies are placed there for the purpose of storing and transferring information. The cookies are sent by a web server (which is the computer used to visit the website) to the user’s browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) and memorized on the computer of the latter; they are then resent to the website during subsequent visits .
The cookies may remain in the system for long periods of time and may also contain a unique identification code. This makes it possible to use the cookies to track the user’s navigation within the website, for statistical purposes or advertising, to create a personalized user profile beginning with the pages visited and show and/or send targeted advertisements ( Behavioral Advertising).
Which cookies are used and what are the main reasons for which they are used
The main categories of cookies used by the Controller, the purpose for which they are used and the consequences linked to deactivation:
|TYPE OF COOKIE||FIRST/THIRD PARTY||PURPOSE||DURATION||CONSEQUENCES OF DEACTIVATION|
|Technical cookies||First||Operation of the website. Ensure functionality of the website, as well as safe and efficient site navigation||Based on the cookie installed:
|These cookies are needed to use the website, deactivation compromises website navigation|
|Analytical cookies||Third||Gather aggregates of information about the users’ website navigation in order to optimize navigation and the services provided.||Defined by the third party||It would no longer be possible for the Controller to capture aggregates of information.|
Third party cookies
Third party cookie, namely cookies created on websites other than the one the user is currently visiting, are used on this website.
More in detail, we hereby inform website users that the following services generate cookies:
|ilqi.it||session||Cookies used to view videos||For more information refer to: http://www.ilqi.it/condizioni|
|youtube.com||From the session up to two years||Cookies used to view videos||For more information refer to: https://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/cookies/|
|linkedin.com||From the session up to two years||Cookie used by Linkedin||For more information refer to: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie_policy|
|facebook.com||From the session up to two years||Cookie used by facebook||For more information refer to: https://it-it.facebook.com/help/cookies/|
|twitter.com||From the session up to two years||Cookie used by Twitter||For more information refer to: https://twitter.com/privacy|
There are social buttons/widgets on the website www.gruppoigd.it which appear as social network icons (for example, Facebook. Linkedin etc.) and other web services (for example YouTube etc.).
These buttons make it possible for website users to interact with the social networks by clicking on the button. In this instance the social network and the web service providers capture the user’s data, but the Controller will not share any information relating to the navigation or the user captured through its website as a result of the access to social networks or web services via the social buttons/widgets. These services place “third party” cookies. Links to the privacy policies of the mostly widely used social networks and websites are provided below:
Deletion and activation of cookies
By continuing on after reading the abridged policy, the user is granting express consent to the use of the third party cookies described above.
In this section the user may change the website’s cookie settings. Once the settings have been changed, the user must click on the SAVE button.
Needed to use the website and, if blocked, the site will not work properly. You must consent first before they can be placed.
Make it possible to track visitors on the website and optimize users’ experience and the actual services provided. If blocked, the Controller will not be able to optimize the navigation experience or the services, though the website is still navigable.
Once enabled, the deletion of single cookies may be done through your browser (through the Settings menu by clicking on Internet options, the relative privacy setting and selecting the desired level of cookie filters). For more information see: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Microsoft Windows Explorer.
You may also activate the Do Not Track option available on the majority of the latest generation browsers.
The deactivation of third party cookies will not in any way compromise website navigation.
What happens if you do not provide us with your data?
The personal information provided which identify you are needed in order to fulfill your request to receive the newsletter and if not provided it will become impossible for the Controller to fulfill your request.
Please refer to the consequences of linked to the deletion of single cookies, as shown in the table above.
How, where and for how long do we store your data?
How do we process your data?
The personal data are processed using IT procedures by specifically authorized and trained internal staff members. These parties may access your personal data to the extent needed to carry out the necessary processing.
The Controller checks the tools used to process your data and the security measures adopted are updated constantly; the Controller also verifies, including through the authorized data processors, that the way the data are gathered, processed, filed or stored, guarantees integrity and authenticity and the use solely for the purposes referred to herein.
Where are your data stored?
The data is retained in computer and electronic files located within the European Economic Area.
How long are your data stored for?
Please refer to the table above.
Your personal data are stored for the time needed to enable website navigation and, at any rate, for not more than 10 years with the exception of the incidents in which the competent Authorities are involved, including in collaboration with the third parties/recipients involved in the cyber security of the Controller’s data, in order to carry out investigations as to the causes of the incident, as well as protect the interests of the Controller against any liabilities stemming from the use of the website or related services.
What are your rights?
Basically you may at any time, freely and without any charges or having to adhere to specific formalities;
The Controller must comply with the request as soon as possible and, at any rate, not later than one month from the day on which the request was received by the Controller. The term may be extended by two months, if necessary, as warranted by the complexity and number of requests received by the Controller. In these instances the Controller must advise you of and the reasons for the delay within one month of having received your request. You may exercise your rights by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How and when may you object to the processing of your personal data?
You may object to the treatment of your personal data for reasons specific to your situation and in order to protect a legitimate interest at any time by submitting your request to the Controller at email@example.com
You are entitled to withdraw your personal data if there is no prevailing legitimate purpose comparable to the one underlying your original request.
With whom may you file a complaint?
Without prejudice to any other administrative or court action you may take, you may also file a complaint with the competent authority, namely the body responsible for controls, where you normally reside or work or, if different, in the member state where the violation of EU Regulation 2016/679 took place.