The controller of personal data is Cubit s.c.a.r.l., through its personal data processor. In order to define and establish sales contractual relations, Cubit s.c.a.r.l. will be in possession of Customer data, recognized as personal data by the Law. As regards personal data, Customer is informed that:
- every order submitted is stored; a digital copy is saved in the server and a paper copy is kept in supplier’s HQ office, in compliance with confidentiality and security standards. The Purchaser may access to relevant personal data via the “Login” section of Cubit s.c.a.r.l. website and may amend or delete personal data. Data will be processed in writing and/or through magnetic, electronic or telematic support.
- Customer must provide personal data to the extent imposed by the law and the contractual agreement; therefore, refusal to provide or consent the use of personal data may prevent the establishment of contractual relations.
- Failure to provide other data not subject to contractual and legal obligations will be considered at a time and may involve critical decisions in relation to the incidence of data in the commercial relation.
- It being understood that when transmissions and disseminations are made in compliance with the law, data may be transmitted in Italy and/or abroad to: agents, suppliers, customers and partner of Cubit s.c.a.r.l., factoring companies, banks, carriers and shipping agents, companies controlled, affiliates or related to Cubit s.c.a.r.l., professionals and consultants for purposes of credit protection and improving the management of our rights in relation to every commercial relation.
- Data will be processed over the duration of the commercial relation and afterworld, in order to fulfill legal requirements and for future commercial purposes. – as regard personal data, Customer may exercise rights defined by art. 7 del D.L. 30/06/03 n. 196 as indicated below:
Right to access personal data and other rights
- A data subject shall have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him exist, regardless of their being already recorded, and communication of such data in intelligible form.
- A data subject shall have the right to be informed
a) of the source of the personal data;
b) of the purposes and methods of the processing;
c) of the logic applied to the processing, if the latter is carried out with the help of electronic means;
d) of the identification data concerning data controller, data processors and the representative designated as per Section 5(2);
e) of the entities or categories of entity to whom or which the personal data may be communicated and who or which may get to know said data in their capacity as designated representative(s) in the State’s territory, data processor(s) or person(s) in charge of the processing.
- A data subject shall have the right to obtain:
a) updating, rectification or, where interested therein, integration of the data;
b) erasure, anonymization or blocking of data that have been processed unlawfully, including data whose retention is unnecessary for the purposes for which they have been collected or subsequently processed;
c) certification to the effect that the operations as per letters a) and b) have been notified, as also related to their contents, to the entities to whom or which the data were communicated or disseminated, unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared with the right that is to be protected.
- A data subject shall have the right to object, in whole or in part:
a) on legitimate grounds, to the processing of personal data concerning him/her, even though they are relevant to the purpose of the collection;
b) to the processing of personal data concerning him/her, where it is carried out for the purpose of sending advertising materials or direct selling or else for the performance of market or commercial communication surveys.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text strings that websites send when a user’s browser loads a particular website. Every time the user goes back to the same website, the browser retrieves and sends this file to the website server. When browsing a website, you can get cookies even from other websites or servers (so-called “third party cookies”), which run elements (such as, for example, images, maps, sounds, links to specific pages in other domains) on the page being loaded. Cookies, usually found in users’ browsers in very large number and sometimes very persistent, are used for different purposes: information authentications, session monitoring, storing information about specific configurations regarding users who access the server, etc.
What are the main types of Browser Cookies?
The provision dated 8 May 2014 issued by the Privacy Authority has distinguished two main categories: “technical” cookies and “profiling” cookies.
Technical cookies are used for the sole purpose of “carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network, or as strictly necessary for the provider of an information company explicitly requested by the subscriber or user to provide this service “(see art. 122, paragraph 1, of the Privacy Code). They are not used for other purposes and are usually installed by the website owner or operator. They can be divided into browsing or session cookies, which guarantee standard website browsing and use (allowing, for example, to make a purchase or authenticate for access to restricted areas); analytics cookies, similar to technical cookies when directly used by the website operator to collect aggregated information about the number of users and how they visit the website; functionality cookies, which allow the user to browse according to a set of selected criteria (for example, the language, the products selected for purchase) in order to improve service.
Under the current regulations, the installation of such cookies does not required a prior consent of the user.
Profiling cookies are aimed at creating user’s profiles and are used in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the user when surfing the net. Given the considerable invasiveness that such widgets may have in the private sphere of the users, the European and Italian legislation requires the user to be properly informed on the use of such cookies and express their valid consent. Article 122 of the Privacy Code provides that “the storage of information in the terminal equipment of a contractor or a user or access to information already stored, are allowed only on condition that the contractor or the user has given consent after having been informed by the simplified procedures referred to in Article 13 of the Privacy Code, paragraph 3”.
Session and Persistent Cookies
Session Cookies contain information that is used in your current browser session. These cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Nothing is stored on your computer over the period of use of the website.
Persistent Cookies are employed to store user’s preferences, for technical purposes and to make the site easier to navigate. This data allows websites to recognize that you are a previous user or visitor and adapts accordingly. “Persistent” cookies have a life span set by the website which may vary from a few minutes to several years.
Website owner and third party cookies
We point out the need to take account of the different subject installing cookies on the user’s terminal, depending on whether it is the operator of the website that you are browsing (which may be briefly referred to as “publisher” or “owner”) or of a different website that installs cookies through the first one (so-called “third-party”).
There will therefore be:
Cookies belonging to the Owner, created and readable from the website that created them.
Cookies belonging to third parties, which are created and readable from domains external to the website and whose data are stored at the third party.
In order to process such data collection our partner may find it necessary to place a cookie (a small text file) on your computer. For more information on this type of service based on user’s preferences, arising from third-party cookies, you can visit the websites of third parties at the links listed below.
Cookies used by this website, their main features and how to opt out of each cookie
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Major third-party Cookies
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