The general purpose of this document is to describe how this site is managed with reference to the personal data of the users interacting with the website.
The present information is provided in compliance with art.13 Italian Legal Decree n.196 2003-Italian Privacy Code to the users interacting with Valterza’s web services on line at URL:
which is the front page of Renato Valterza’s website (hereinafter also the “Site”)
The information relates also to the recommendation n. 2/2001 adopted May 17th 2001 by the European authorities devoted to the protection of the personal data and grouped all together according to the art 29 of the directive n.95/46/CE.
The purpose of that document is to define some minimal requirements about the online collection of personal data, with reference to the methods, the timing, and the kind of info that the owners of the data processing must deliver to the users when they are connected to web pages, independently of the purposes of the connection.
THE “OWNER” OF THE DATA PROCESSING
When connecting and visiting this Site it may happens the treatment of data of people those are identified or that can be identified.
The “owner” of that data processing is Renato Valterza having the legal domicile in Turin (Italy), Corso Dante 124, 10126
THE PLACE OF THE DATA PROCESSING
The data processing related to the web services of this Site take place at the above mentioned address of the owner and are managed by technically skilled operators or by technicians occasionally charged of the maintenance.
None of the data collected through the web service is shared or circulated
The personal data provided by the Users requesting information are used only in order to provide the web service or other requested services and are not disclosed to third parties.
TYPOLOGY OF THE PROCESSED DATA AND PURPOSES OF THE PROCESSING
IT systems and software procedures devoted to the operations of this site automatically record –in their normal activity- certain personal information implied by the use of Internet communication protocols.
The above mentioned information are not collected to identify a specific person, but for their nature, could identify the users through some elaborations and associations with third parties’ data
Among this information are IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by the users through which they connect to the Site, the URI addresses (Uniform Resource Identifier) of the requested resources, the time of the request, the method used for requesting the server, the dimension of the answer file, the numeric code which indicates the response of the server (good result, mistake, ecc..) and other parameters related to the operating system and to the user’s settings.
2)Data provided voluntarily from the Users/Visitors
The discretional, explicit and voluntary information sent at the email addresses indicated on the Site imply the automatic acquisition of the sender’s address, necessary to answer the requests, and others possible personal data present in the communication.
No personal user data of this sort is acquired by the site.
Cookies are not used to transmit data of a personal nature, nor is there use of any type of persistent cookie or user tracking systems.
The use of so-called session cookies (which are not memorized in a permanent way on the user’s computer and disappear when the browser shuts down) is linked only to transmission of session identification (comprising casual numbers generated by the server) needed for safe, efficient site exploration.
So-called session cookies are used on this site to avoid recourse to other IT methods that are potentially prejudicial to the privacy of browsing users. Session cookies do not allow acquisition of personal data that might identify the user.
DATA PROCESSING MODALITY
The personal data are automatically processed strictly for the time required to achieve the results for which they have been collected.
Appropriate safety measures are in place in order to prevent data losses, illegal or improper utilization and non authorized accesses
FACULTATIVE DATA DELIVERY
In addition to what already explained about the navigation data, the users/visitors are free about delivering their own personal data or not. The missing delivery of the data may cause the impossibility of providing the required service.
DATA SUBJECT’S RIGHTS
The Privacy Code entitles data subjects to apply specific rights as per Art. 7 Legal Decree n.196/2003. In particular, the data subject can ask the data holder to confirm that they have personal data relating to the former.
The data subject may also ask to know the origin of the data, to ask for updating, rectification and integration, as well as erasure, anonymization or blocking of improperly processed data.
The data subject is entitled to object, in whole or in part, on legitimate grounds, to handling of their personal data if there is a violation of the law.
The related requests has to be sent to the owner of the process to the address mentioned above or via the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The present information about privacy is automatically available through the most recent browsers that implement the P3P (“Platform for Privacy Preferences Project”) standard established by the World Wide Web Consortium (www.w3c.org ).
Renato Valterza is committed to make the functionalities of this Site connected, as much as possible, with the automatic control systems about the privacy available within some products used by the visitors.
Taking into account that the present “state of the art” of the automatic control systems doesn’t make them free of mistakes and failures, we enlighten that this document published at this address.
For more information on the rules, consult the website of the Privacy Guarantor.