Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003- (Italian personal data protection code)
This information note contains how the Bazzara S.r.l. website processes the personal data of identified or identifiable users who consult the site, interact with it and use online services.
The information note under the art. 13 of the legislative act n.196/2003 (Italian personal data protection code) is based on the Recommendation n.2/2001 about mandatory minimum requirements for the on-line personal data collection of the EU, adopted on May 17th 2001 by the group set up by art.29 of directive n.95/46/CE.
In particular, this note is aimed at providing information on the procedure, the duration and the kind of information which the owners should provide the users when they surf web pages, irrespective of their reasons.
The note is made for the Bazzara S.r.l. website only (www.bazzara.it) and not for external sites, possibly looked up via links.
Owner of personal data processing
The owner of personal data treatment is Bazzata S.r.l., located in Trieste, via Cesare Battisti 1-34125 Trieste.
Data treatment location
Data processing happens in the above mentioned premises, and are treated only by appointed staff, or by temporary technicians for maintenance. No data streaming from the site will be communicated or spread, except for cases provided for by law.
Personal data of users will be treated only for the purpose of the requested services, and stated in the aim of the treatment, and will not be in any way divulged to third parties.
Web surfing data
Systems and software of this website acquire, during their normal functioning, personal data whose transmission is implied in web protocols.
This kind of information is not collected to be associated to identified users, but due to their nature, might lead to users identification, through process and association with data from third parties.
These are the data such as IP addresses or computer domain names connected to the website, URI addresses (Uniform Resource Identifier) of requested resources, the time of the request, numerical codes which indicate the status of the server response ( successful, error etc…) and other parameters of the operating system and informatics environment of the user.
The data are treated only to extract anonymous statistical information about the site usage and to monitor its right functioning, and are stored for a limited amount of time.
The data might be used to verify liability in case of supposed computer-related crimes to the detriment of the site.
Data provided voluntarily by the user
The optional and voluntary emails sent to the addresses on this website entails the acquisition of the sender address, necessary for the response, and of other personal data present in the email.
Detailed summaries will be provided on the web pages where email service is possible.
The use of c.d. cookies (which are not permanently stored on the user’s computer and disappear when the browser is closed) is strictly limited to the transmission of session ID (random numbers generated by the server) necessary to safely and efficiently surf the site.
Session cookies in this website avoid the use of other methods which might damage the confidentiality of the users and do not consent the acquisition of personal data which could identify the user.
Voluntary data provision
Besides what already stated above about the web-surfing data, the user is free to provide personal information on the request forms, for lack thereof might hinder the correct handling of the request.
Data treatment methods
Personal data are treated with computerized instruments for a limited amount of time necessary for the fulfillment of the purpose for which they were collected in the first place. Specific security measures are adopted to prevent their loss, illegal or incorrect use and unauthorized access.
The owners of the personal data have the right to know at any moment whether the data exist or not, their content and origin and to verify their accuracy, request their integration, update or correction (art. 7 of legislative act n.196/2003).
Under that same article, the user has the right to request the data to be cancelled, rendered anonymous or to block their illegal treatment, and to deny, for reasonable causes, their treatment.
To ease the receiving and handling of above mentioned requests, we advise the users to send them via any of the following ways (letter, fax, email, phone etc…) to:
Rights provided for by art. 7 of legislative act 196/2003
Regarding the personal data treatment by the company, art. 7 acknowledges the following rights:
1.The interested party has the right to know about the existence of personal data about him/her, even when not yet registered, and their content in comprehensible way.
2.The interested party has the right to obtain information about:
a) the origin of the personal data;
b)the method and the reason of their treatment;
c)the method used when treated with electronic devices;
d)the identification of the owner, the supervisors and the representative under art 5, provision 2;
e)the identification of the individuals of group of individuals to whom data could be communicated or who might learn about them as appointed representative or officer of the Government.
3. The interested party has the right to obtain:
a) the update, correction or integration of the data;
b) right to request the data to be cancelled, rendered anonymous or to block their illegal treatment, included those which are not required to be stored for the purposes they were collected and then treated;
c) the proof that the requests a) and b) have been fulfilled, as far as the content is concerned, of those to whom the data have been communicated, except when this is impossible or requires an amount of effort greater that the right itself.
4. The interested party has the right to refuse, in whole or in part:
a) the treatment of his/her personal data for reasonable causes, although relevant to the aim of the collection;
b) the treatment of his/her personal data for advertisement, sale, commercial and marketing research purposes .