Who are we and how do we use your personal data?
The European House – Ambrosetti S.p.A. with legal headquarters in Via F. Albani 21 – 20149 Milan, (hereinafter also the Controller), in its capacity as Controller is concerned about the privacy of your personal data and guarantees that they are sufficiently protected against any event that could jeopardize their security.
The Controller puts the policy into practice with regard to the collection and processing of personal data and to the exercise of your rights recognized by the applicable regulations. The Controller takes care to update the policies and practices applied for the protection of personal data whenever this becomes necessary and in any case when there are amendments to the legislation and changes within the organization that could affect the processing of personal data.
The Controller has appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO) whom you can contact should you have any questions concerning the policies and practices adopted. You may contact the DPO at the address firstname.lastname@example.org.
How does the Controller collect and process your data?
Your personal data will be processed for the following purposes:
Your personal data, including navigation data, e.g. the IP address and cookies issued during navigation of the website www.ambrosetti.eu are processed by the Controller to manage the website and gather information, also in aggregated form. Your personal data will not be disseminated or shared indiscriminately in any form to unspecified parties.
Your personal data are disseminated primarily to third parties and/or recipients whose activity is required for fulfilling the activities related to the aforementioned purposes and also for meeting precise legal requirements. Any communication that does not serve these purposes will be subject to your consent.
In particular, your data will be communicated to third parties/recipients for the following purposes:
The personal data the Controller processes for these purposes are the navigation data (IP address).
Including through its suppliers (third parties and/or recipients), the Controller processes your personal data (e.g., IP address) or data pertaining to traffic collected or obtained in case of services offered on the website that are strictly necessary and proportional to ensure the security and capability of a network or servers connected with it to withstand, at a given level of security, unforeseen events or illicit or criminal acts that would endanger the availability, authenticity, integrity and confidentiality of the personal data stored or transmitted. Towards this end, the Controller has provided for procedures to manage data breaches.
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?
|TYPE OF COOKIE||First/Third party||Purpose||Data retention time||Consequence if disabled|
|Technical cookies||First||Website management Used for the operation and safe and efficient exploration of the website||Valid for the navigation session||These cookies are required for the use of the website, if you block them the website will not work.|
|Cookie analytics||First||Used to gather aggregated information on user navigation to optimize the navigation experience and the services provided.||Valid for the navigation session||It would no longer be possible for the Controller to acquire aggregated information.|
the third party
Below, the Controller has provided the specific types of cookies utilized, their purpose and what happens if they are disabled.
Third party cookies
Third party cookies also run on this website: these are cookies created by a website other than the one the user is currently visiting.
Specifically, we would like to inform users that this website utilizes the following services that generate cookies:
The websitewww.ambrosetti.eu contains certain “buttons” (known as “social buttons/widgets”) which display social network icons (e.g., Facebook, LinkedIn) and icons of other web services (e.g., YouTube). These allow users navigating the Controller’s web page to access the referred social networks with a “click”. In this case, the social network and the web services acquire the data concerning the user, but the Controller will not share any navigation information or user data acquired through its own website with the social networks and the web services that are accessible via the social buttons/widgets. These services issue “third party cookies”. The links to the privacy notices of the most commonly used social networks and websites the buttons send users to are given below:
Disabling and enabling cookies
Passing the initial banner containing the short information notice, users provide their express consent to the use of the cookies of the website indicated in this document.
In this section, Users can edit the website cookies settings. Having edited the settings, you must click on the SAVE button.
These cookies are required for the use of the website, if you block them the website will not work. Your consent is not required for their installation.
These cookies are used to gather aggregated information on user navigation to optimize the navigation experience and the services provided. Blocking them will make it impossible for the Controller to optimize the user’s navigation experience, but it is in any case possible to navigate the website.
Having enabled them, you may freely disable individual cookies also 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.
Disabling “third party” cookies does not jeopardize navigation of this website in any way.
What happens if you do not provide your data?
We invite you to examine the consequences of disabling individual cookies, provided in the table above.
How, where and for how long is your data stored?
How do we process your data?
Your personal data are processed via electronic procedures by specially authorized and trained internal employees. They are allowed access to your personal data in the measure and within the limits necessary for processing of your personal data.
The Controller periodically audits the tools whereby your data are processed and the security measures contemplated for them, which require constant updating; the Controller verifies, also via the authorized processors, that no personal data are collected, processed, filed or held unless it is necessary; regular audits ensure that the data are stored ensuring its integrity and authenticity and that they are used for the purposes of the processing effectively done.
Where do we process your data?
The data are stored in computer and telematic archives located within the European Economic Area.
How long do we process your data for?
Please refer to the personal data storage terms as provided in the table above.
The personal data are kept for the time required to allow navigation of the website and in any case no longer than 36 months, except in cases in which events occur that require the intervention of the competent authorities, also in cooperation with third parties/recipients appointed to manage the Controller’s data IT security activities, for the time required to investigate the causes determining the event and to protect the interests of the Controller in relation to any liability related to the use of the website and the relative services.
What rights do you have?
In essence, at any time, free of charge and without any special procedures for making the request, you can:
In this case, the Controller must proceed without delay and, in any case, no longer than one month from receiving your request. If necessary, this deadline may be extended to two months, given the complexity and number of requests received by the Controller. In such situations, within a month of receiving your request, the Controller must inform you and provide the reasons for the deadline extension. To exercise your rights, write to the address email@example.com.
How and when can you object to the processing of your personal data?
For reasons regarding your personal situation, you may, at any time, object to the processing of your personal data if it is based on legitimate interests, by sending your request to the Controller at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You have the right to deletion of your personal data if there is no prevalent legitimate reason with respect to the one that originated your request.
How can you 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.
Via Francesco Albani 21, 20149 Milano