XLVI Operai Del Vapore
Dear User, on this page you will find all the information you need about how we manage your date when:
you browse this website;
you sign up for our newsletter (for which your email is required);
you complete the contact request form (where your name, surname, email, town, company name and telephone number, if any are required).
The processing of your data, as explained below, complies with the principles set down in article 5 of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679. The owner of this website confirms, therefore, compliance with the principle of accountability, which states, as reported by the Italian Data Protection Authority, that the data controller shall put in place suitable techniques to guarantee and demonstrate that processing is carried out compliant with European regulations.
The data controller for personal data processing is Diego Rossi.
Offices: Via Renzo Pasolini 14 | 47843 Misano Adriatico (RN)
Italy Email: email@example.com
How many people will have access to your data, and how?
Usually information that you grant voluntarily or which is collected by browsers or technical cookies, are collated by the data controller or, in exceptional cases, by technical staff appointed by the data controller to carry out maintenance or marketing activities on the website or connected platforms, such as Facebook, Google Analytics, MailChimp and others, listed in detail below.
Where are my data processed?
All activities concerning personal data will be carried out within the head offices and operating offices of XLVI Operai Del Vapore .
Which data are processed?
When you use the website www.xlvi.it and accept the information in the pop-up window, we collect your browsing data using the Google Analytics tool. These data are collected for
the entire browsing time and on each page on the website.
They are called browsing data because they are implicit to site access from any browser. In detail, these data include:
URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses;
information about the time and date of browsing;
information on requests and communication with the server;
Information linked to the browser,
OS being used and the device (IT environment).
Purpose and use of browsing data
XLVI Operai Del Vapore uses browsing data exclusively for statistics, which are used to measure the performance and correct operation of the website. The anonymous information obtained from Google Analytics also allows us to improve our graphic appearance and content, as well as to improve company communication as a result.
Further information on Personal Data
Policy as per Art. 13 Lgs. D 196/2003 and Art. 13 GDPR 679/2016
This information is provided pursuant to Art. 13 of Lgs. Decree 196/2003 (Personal data protection code) and Art. 13 GDPR 679/2016
(European regulation on personal data protection)
Cookies: what are they? Why are they used and how are they used by XLVI Operai Del Vapore?
A cookie is a piece of information that a website communicates to a browser while browsing through a website. This information is stored on a computer to improve browsing performance. In technical terms, a cookie is a piece (or string) of code that helps a website owner to provide their service in the most correct, efficient manner. Some cookies require the explicit consent of the users, and this consent can be withdrawn at any time by changing browser settings (listed below). There are different types of Cookie, including those used by XLVI Operai Del Vapore, which are divided into technical and analytical types, as well as third party cookies.
Technical and analytical cookies
These cookies include those that collect data used to carry out statistical analyses of users and the relevant browsing methods and times. These provide information, for example, when an anonymous party is browsing the website, the device they are using, the amount of time spend on each page, and the actions they carry out (e.g., clicks, closing pages, scrolling, downloads). XLVI Operai Del Vapore analyses these data using Google Analytics.
As their name suggests, these cookies are collected and used by third-party companies. They contain information collected during browsing sessions, when passing from social networks to e-commerce sites, or from on-line ads found on specific websites. The collection of these data, which can also include user tracking, normally has a business purpose only and serves in marketing activities (such as remarketing and retargeting)
How do I disable cookies?
All browsers offer the option of manage or disable cookies from a specific section. Disabling cookies, however, can lead to malfunctions in some websites. The website of XLVI Operai Del Vapore , on the other hand, operates correctly even with the cookies disabled or when you browse anonymously.
Usually, the settings to manage or disable cookies can be found in the menu, options or preferences section of any browser, and this applies both to fixed and mobile devices.
Here are the links to the settings of the main browsers in use:
Acquired data concern all of the information provided by means of contact forms, email registration form and cookies installed on the website being used for analytics and to optimise advertising initiatives. The following list includes the methods and cookies we use to obtain information/
On the contact form and sometimes, on other website pages, you will find a contact request form. This form requests personal information, such as name, email and other data, which we only require to provide you with answers and support as quickly and precisely as possible.
The information sent with this form is provided voluntarily and can be avoided simply by choosing to contact us using another means (e.g., the telephone. Data provided willingly are copied to an email which we all receive automatically and keep stored in our email clients, which include Mail, Gmail and Thunderbird.
No information other than an email address is required to sign up for the XLVI Operai Del Vapore newsletter. Therefore, we do not divide our subscribers in any way. Providing your email is optional and voluntary. The addresses we receive are entered into a database for the newsletter tool, MailChimp. You can use this link to read the policy statement and the methods used by MailChimp to protect your data.
The database created on MailChimp is not sold, transferred or shown to anyone. Sometimes it is exported, in the format permitted by the application, for internal consultation or to create personalised ads on Facebook (which remain, in any case, anonymous at all times). To find out more, see the information on privacy and the standard data regulation oni .Facebook
To add a comment to our blog, or to any other area of the website where it is possible to comment, we require that you enter your name, email, website (this latter is not obligatory). Information voluntarily provided by the user will remain visible in the Comments section of the post as well as being stored in the back-office or website. Email addresses are not entered in any newsletter lists or lists for sending business communications. It is possible to request removal of the address by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Which cookies does this site use?
When browsing on the website www.xlvi.it, you will meet different types of cookie from among those used by the browser to those used by the website, such as technical cookies used by third parties, such as Google Analytics, Facebook, Albacross and Mail Chimp. The following information covers all of the third-party cookies we use.
Google Analytics is an analytics tool provided by Google and used by website admin and owners to monitor site performance. As stated in the Privacy and Google terms page, This service may use a group of cookies to collect information and generate statistics on the use of websites without providing personal data on individual visitors to Google. The main cookies used by Google Analytics are “ ga”.
The Google Analytics service, as well as providing statistics for website use, can also be used together with some of the advertising cookies in order to show the more relevant ads on other Google products (such as Google Search) but in general, on the whole web, and to measure the interactions with the ads shown.
Read more information on the cookies used by Google and on the privacy .policy of Google Analytics
What happens to purchase data?
When you purchase something from this website, you are asked to enter some personal information as well as some data linked to your activity. In particular, we ask for: name, surname, billing address, delivery address, company name, email and telephone number. These data are stored in our purchase archive and some may be used for customer segmentation activities. For example, we sometimes send special email to those who have made specific purchases. However, this only applies in the event that you choose to accept the terms and conditions of purchasing or, sometimes, if you register for the newsletter. You can ask for your data to be erase at any time, by writing to email@example.com.
The payment form asks for details about the method of payment, such as credit card or PayPal. Transaction data never pass through or remain on our servers. They are used by the service client, such as PayPal, for example: Sometimes, credit card details are stored in a browser or, if present in some third-party extensions, with the aim of speeding up payment times for future purchases. It is possible to check their presence and if necessary, to erase all information in the browser settings (usually under menu, preferences or settings).
PayPal is a platform used by individual and business customers to send and receive money on-line. It can be used for individual payments or also as a PayPal account, which serves to make and receive payments with the utmost simplicity (or to use other platform functions).
The service is provided by PayPal (Europe) S.à r.l.et Cie, S.C.A. (R.C.S. number Luxembourg: B118 349) (“Pay Pal”) to registered users who reside in the European Economic Area (EEA). All contact information can be found at this address: https://www.paypal.com/it/smarthelp/home.
For more information about PayPal, we recommend that you read:
have a Facebook account;
use Facebook products (including website and app);
visit websites and apps using Facebook products (such as the “Like” button or connected Facebook technologies).
The cookies it collects allows Facebook to offer relevant products and information or to improve precision and performance.
For more information, read the Facebook privacy regulations.
Technical and aggregate statistics cookies
Cookies to store user preferences
Some cookies are used to store browsing preferences and to improve – in terms of speed and practical use – the user’s browsing and use experience. These cookies sometimes concern geolocation settings, as well as language, currency or they store website links.
Cookies and sharing plug-ins
Plug-ins have been installed on this website to allow connection to and sharing of contents with social networks and other external platforms. Some of these are easily seen, thanks to the presence of logos or names written in full. This is the case for plug-ins for Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Vimeo and other similar ones.
Clicking on the button/link and then sharing will create a connection between the user, browser and server. User data can be collected in this link, concerning the website, date and time of the action, the IP address, the browser used, the device and the OS. The information is collected by the plug-in provider and can also be transmitted in the case the user is not registered on the platform concerned. To prevent this from happening, it is possible to deactivate or block the use of java script for the browser being used towards the channels in question or even to all channels.
This section includes
The service provided by Clearspring Technologies divides cookies into “requests”, “functional” and “advertising”. They permit the following functions:
To store access details and provide safe access; to store user activities or transaction progress; to analyse the use of the website to provide customised content; to carry out analyses to optimise site functions;
To remember the contents of the shopping cart;
To allow third parties to provide social network sharing tools; to ensure that the site has a consistent appearance;
To provide users with offers or ads based on their personal interests; to allow third parties to propose ads based on interests on websites that are not Oracle;
To allow sharing of pages with social networks; To allow comments to be added.
All information about cookies and preferences are found at this link: http://www.addthis.com/privacy