WHO ARE WE AND HOW DO WE USE YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION?
The European House – Ambrosetti S.p.A., with legal headquarters in Via F. Albani, 21 – 20149 Milan (hereinafter the Data Controller), safeguards the privacy of your personal information and guarantees that it is sufficiently protected against any action or eventuality that could jeopardize its security.
Towards this end, the Data Controller implements policies and practices involving the collection and use of personal information and the exercising of your rights as provided for in the applicable legislation. The Data Controller is responsible for updating the policies and practices adopted regarding the protection of personal information as this becomes necessary, most notably in the event of legislative and organizational changes that could impact on how your personal information is processed.
The corporate contact responsible for data security is Monica Pantalena – firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOW DOES THE EUROPEAN HOUSE – AMBROSETTI S.P.A. COLLECT AND PROCESS YOUR INFORMATION?
The Data Controller gathers and/or receives information pertaining to you, specifically your IP address and cookies registered while navigating the www.ambrosetti.euwebsite. These are used by the Data Controller to manage the website and gather information in aggregate form. Your personal information is disseminated primarily to third parties and/or recipients whose activity is required for specific purposes and to meet precise legal or regulatory requirements involving the control and monitoring of work-related activities. For any dissemination which does not conform to these purposes, your consent will be requested.
Your personal information will not be disseminated to or shared indiscriminately in any form with unspecified parties.
WHAT ARE COOKIES AND WHAT IS THEIR PRIMARY USE?
A “cookie” is a small text file created by certain websites on the user’s computer when the user accesses a site for the purpose of storing and transmitting information. The cookies are sent by a web server (which is the computer on which the website visited is running) to the user’s browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) and stored on the latter’s computer; they are then re-sent to the website during the user’s subsequent visits to the website.
The cookies can remain in the system for long periods of time and can also contain a unique identification code. This enables the websites that use them to track the navigation of the user inside the website itself for statistical or advertising purposes, in order to create a personalized profile of the user based on the pages visited and show or send him/her targeted advertising messages (known as Behavioral Advertising).
WHICH COOKIES ARE USED AND FOR WHAT PRIMARY PURPOSE?
This website uses different types of technical, non-profiling cookies.
Below, the Data Controller has provided the specific types of cookies utilized, their purpose and what happens if they are disabled.
|Type of cookie||Purpose||Data retention time||Consequence if disabled|
|Cookie analytics||Used to gather aggregated information on user navigation to optimize the navigation experience and the services provided.||Valid for the navigation session.||The Data Controller would no longer be able to acquire aggregated information.|
|Functionality cookies||Used to facilitate user navigation and the services provided on the basis of a series of criteria selected by the user.||Based on the cookies installed Valid for the navigation session; 7 days; 1 year.||It would not be possible to maintain the choices made by users during navigation|
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
Third party cookies are also run on this website. They are cookies created by a website other than the one the user is currently visiting.
The Data Controller is required to provide the updated link to the information notices and consent forms of third parties with which specific agreements have been made for the installation of cookies via their own websites.
Specifically, we would like to inform users that this website utilizes the following services that generate cookies:
The website www.ambrosetti.eu contains certain “buttons” (known as “social buttons/widgets”) which display social network icons (e.g., LinkedIn). These buttons allow users browsing the website to interact with the social networks indicated with a simple “click”. In this case, the social network acquires the data concerning the user’s visit, but the Data Controller will not share any navigation information or user data acquired through its own website with the social networks that are accessible via the social buttons/widgets.
DISABLING AND ENABLING COOKIES
By accessing the website and viewing the initial banner containing the short informational notices, users provide their express consent to the use of the above-mentioned cookies from third parties.
You may freely enable/disable individual cookies from your own browser (select the settings menu, click on the Internet options, open the privacy page and select the required cookie blocking level). For more information, visit the following links: Google Chrome,Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Microsoft Windows Explorer.
In addition, the Do Not Track option, found in most of the latest-generation browsers, may be activated.
Third party cookies can be disabled by consulting third party privacy policies using the links given above, or by contacting them directly. Disabling “third party” cookies does not jeopardize navigation in any way.
The personal information the Data Controller processes for these purposes includes:
– the IP address and cookies issued during navigation.
Towards this end, the Data Controller has provided for procedures to manage data breaches.
WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DO NOT PROVIDE YOUR INFORMATION?
We invite you to examine the consequences of disabling individual cookies, provided in the table above.
Data is processed using computerized data processing procedures by personnel within the company who have been specifically authorized and trained. They have permission to access your personal information only to the extent required to carry out the processing activity that involves you. Your information is processed separately from that of other people using pseudonymization or aggregation techniques that make identifying you difficult.
The Data Controller will verify on a regular basis the tools utilized to process your information, as well as the safety measures applied to it, which are updated constantly; verification, including through individuals authorized to process information, that no personal data not required for processing be gathered, processed, archived or stored; and verification that the information is stored so that its integrity and authenticity is guaranteed and that it is used for the purposes of the processing actually carried out.
The information is stored in computer and telematic archives located within the European Economic Area.
For how long
Please refer to the personal information storage terms as provided in the table above.
WHAT RIGHTS DO I HAVE?
In essence, at any time, free of charge and without any special procedures for making the request, you can:
In this case, the Data Controller must proceed immediately and, in any case, no longer than one month from receiving your request. If necessary, this deadline may be extended by two months if necessitated by the complexity and number of requests received by the Data Controller. In such situations, within a month of receiving your request, the Data Controller must inform you and provide the reasons for the deadline extension.
For further information or to send your request, please write to the Data Controller at: email@example.com
HOW AND WHEN CAN YOU OBJECT TO THE PROCESSING OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION?
For reasons inherent to your personal situation, you may, at any time, object to the processing of your personal information if it is based on legitimate interests, by sending your request to the Data Controller at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You have the right to cancel your personal information if there are no overriding legitimate grounds for the processing.
HOW CAN I LODGE A COMPLAINT?
Without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial action, you may lodge a complaint to the relevant authority operating and with jurisdiction in Italy where you regularly reside or work, or if different from the member state in which the violation of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 occurred.
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