Under article 13 of EU Regulation 2016/679
LEGAL BASIS OF DATA PROCESSING
Data processing through this website find their legal basis in the legitimate interests of the controller (Art.6 c.1/f of the Regulation), under limits and purposes described below.
KIND OF DATA PROCESSED AND PURPOSES OF THE PROCESSING
To allow the correct functioning of the website and the use of internet communication protocols, the following data are collected and transmitted:
- internet protocol address (IP);
- type of browser and parameters of the device used to connect to the website;
- name of internet service provider (ISP);
- date and time of the visit;
- web page of the visitor’s provenance (referral) and exit;
- if applied, the number of clicks;
- the numerical code indicating the status of the response given by the server (success, error, etc…);
- other parameters related to user operating system and its IT environment.
This data is solely used to obtain anonymous statistic information on the use of the website. The data might be used to ascertain responsibilities in case of possible site cyber-crimes only upon request of public authorities.
Data communicated by the client
User data is collected when users voluntarily send messages to the addresses listed on our contacts section or they file contact module or subscribe to our newsletter. These data are necessary to give information requested or supply the desired services.
There are specific policies for every request form of the website.
No data is intentionally acquired by the site. Cookies are not used to send personal information no persistent cookies are used (user tracing systems) The use of the so called section cookies (which are not saved persistently and are cancelled when the browser is closed) is strictly limited to the transmission of identifiers session (casual numbers created by the server) necessary to ensure a safe and efficient navigation on the website. The so called session cookies used on this website avoid the use of others IT techniques that might jeopardize user navigation privacy and do not acquires personal data that can identify users.
Plugin and social network
Google Analytics by Google Inc.
Google Fonts by Google Inc.
Google Maps by Google Inc.
RECIPIENT OF THE DATA
Data collected will be communicated to those responsible of the treatment, appointed by the data controller pursuing article 28 of the Regulation. People responsible of the treatment are mentioned below:
Via Nazionale 276
45033 Bosaro (RO) – Italy
Phone +39 0425 932299
C.F. e P.I. 00827390295
The data will also be treated by data controller employee on the basis of specific tasks and instructions on the methods and purposes of the data processing.
PLACE WHERE DATA ARE PROCESSED
Data processing for services of this website is made at the above mentioned company address.
Some of the data collected by this website is shared with third parties located outside EU, in particular with Google Analytics. The transfer is authorized based on specific decisions of the EU and of Data Protection Authority, in particular decision 1250/2016 (Privacy shield) therefore no further consent is required. Buzzoni Srl adheres to the Privacy Shield.
RIGHTS OF THE USER
In any moment the user may ask, where provided, to access to its personal data, top change, cancel, limitation of processing or he can withdraw his consent (art.15 and subsequent of the Regulation) The request have to be sent to the Data controller: email@example.com; Buzzoni Srl Via Nazionale 276 45033 Bosaro (Rovigo) Italy (for standard post communication). The user, to ensure he practice his rights, must be univocally identifiable. The Company endeavor to respond within 30 days and in case it needs to have a time extension it will be duly motivated.
The reply will be free of charge but in case of repeated requests a fee may be charged. In any case this fee will not exceed the cost effectively incurred to produce the specific research.
In case of Data Breach experienced by the Data Controller, he will notify the violation to the deputy Control Authority within 72 hours from the event, unless the data breach is unlikely to present a risk for the rights and freedom of the person involved. He will notify the person involved in case the data breach presents a high risk for his rights and freedom.
If you think your data are processed against the Regulation, you may make a complaint to the Data Protection Authority (art.77 of the Regulation) or recourse to judicial review (art.79 of the Regulation).