THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
The information and data provided by you or otherwise acquired in the context of registration will be processed in compliance with the provisions of the Privacy Code, and all subsequent amendments and additions, including the provisions of GDPR 2016/679.
The personal data collected are used solely to fulfill legal, accounting, tax and commercial obligations.
The Data Controller and the Data Protection Manager
The Data Controller for data processing and protection is:
Formenti hardware s.n.c. of Formenti Fabio and Manuela
Via Trento, 31
20811 Cesano Maderno (MB) - Italy
It can send any request for information, including the request for cancellation, by sending an e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Definition - What are cookies
Cookies are small text files sent by a web server to the user's browser that for the first time accesses a website. They are stored on the user's computer to be re-transmitted to the server at each subsequent connection to the site, so that the server can recognize the user who has returned.
They can be temporary or permanent. Temporary cookies are stored during the user's browsing session and are removed from the computer when the browser is closed. Persistent cookies instead remain stored on the computer for various sessions and are only deleted when they reach the expiration date (no more than twelve months) or when they are manually removed.
The recognition of the user is fundamental for the proper functioning of the site to manage operations such as: management of browsing sessions, configuration of the appearance of the site page and language with the preferences chosen by the user, simplification of access to the reserved areas of the site, the storage of the shopping cart, to improve the structure of the site by verifying the user's abandonment points, etc.
The cookies used for this purpose are also called Session cookies or Technical cookies.
Although cookies do not contain personal data, individual users can be used for identification purposes and can therefore also be used for their profiling. Profiling per se does not always imply a threat to privacy if it occurs anonymously and / or aggregated. In practice, if it is not possible to directly or indirectly trace the individual name to which the data belongs, with the aim of presenting the user with targeted advertisements or sending advertising emails.
The collection of anonymous data and their analysis is a valid tool for monitoring the life of the site as it allows the manager to know the number of aggregate accesses on different variables such as: time, browser type, hardware tool used (PC , tablet, phone), and other things in an anonymous way.
The cookies used for this purpose (which maintain the user's anonymity) are also called Cookies for web analytics.
For more information on cookies and privacy, you can consult the specific document prepared by the Privacy Guarantor.
- Session cookies - cookies and derived data are used solely by our site
Two types of cookies are used: session and persistent. Session cookies are automatically deleted when the browser is closed. Persistent cookies have an explicit expiration date and therefore remain on the visitor's computer even when the browser is closed, unless they are deleted by the user before their expiration date.
Due to the type of cookies used by our site, prior consent from users or a request banner is not required.
Access to the site and browsing of the same imply an implicit consent to receive cookies.
However, as already explained above, users can also decide not to receive cookies, using the appropriate disable option present in the browsers.
The main browsers can be set to prevent cookies being accepted. However, permanently disabling cookies can lead to browsing difficulties or, sometimes, the inability to take advantage of some website features.
Below are the ways to disable cookies for the most used browsers. To set cookies, in browsers other than those listed, reference should be made to the help documentation prepared by the browser manufacturer.
Internet Explorer 8.0+:
- Click on "Tools" in the menu bar and select "Internet Options"
- Click on the "Privacy" tab at the top
- Drag the slider to "Block all cookies"
- Click on "Tools" in the menu bar
- Select "Options"
- Click on the "Privacy" tab
- Check the box "Activate the anti-tracking option of personal data"
- Click on the "Chrome menu" in the browser toolbar
- Select "Settings"
- Click on "Show advanced settings"
- In the Privacy section, click on the "Content settings" button
- In the "Cookies" section, select "Ignore exceptions and block the setting of third-party cookies"
- Click on the Safari menu and select "Preferences"
- Click on the "Security" tab
- In the "Accept cookies" section specify whether to accept cookies always, never or only from the sites visited. For an explanation of the different options click on the Help button in the form of a question mark. If Safari is set to block cookies, you may need to temporarily accept them to open the page. Then repeat the above steps and select "Always". Once you have finished using the guide, deactivate cookies again and delete them.
For specific information on cookies and their control see your Browser's documentation.
Information regarding online dispute resolution pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR (Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):
The European Commission gives consumers the opportunity to resolve online disputes pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR on one of their platforms. The platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr) serves as a site where consumers can try to reach out-of-court settlements of disputes arising from online purchases and contracts for services.