TRENTINO SVILUPPO S.p.A., with registered office in Rovereto, Via Zeni, no. 8, in person of its pro tempore legal representative, in its capacity as Data Controller of the personal data voluntarily supplied by you (verbally, via e-mail, through the website, etc.), provides you with the following information concerning the processing of such personal data, pursuant to Article 13 of the GDPR (in short, “Information notice”).
1. Identity and contact details of the Data Controller
Trentino Sviluppo S.p.A.
Via Zeni, no. 8 - 38068 Rovereto (TN)
Tax Code and VAT number: 00123240228 Tel. (0464) 443111
2. Contact details of the Data Protection Officer (“DPO”)
Office of the Data Protection Officer
Via G. Gilli, no. 2 - 38121 Trento
Tax Code and VAT number: SRTPLG70B12Z133W
Tel. (0461) 800111
3. Purposes of data processing and related legal basis
Your personal data will be processed:
a) with your consent (Article 7, GDPR), for the following purposes:
marketing activities of various kinds, including distribution of informative and promotional material, delivery of newsletters and publications,
management of surveys and questionnaires, including those related to customer satisfaction.
a) without your consent (Article 6, letters b, c, and f of the GDPR), for the following purposes:
to comply with law provisions and regulations (national or EU), or execute an order by judicial authorities or supervisory bodies having jurisdiction over the joint Controllers.
The provision of data for the purposes referred to in section a) above is optional, meaning that you may decide not to give your consent, or revoke it at any time.
The provision of data for the purposes referred to in section b) above is mandatory. Failure to provide the data and/or to consent to their processing implies the possible violation of requests by the competent authorities.
4. Categories of personal data processed
For the purposes of processing set forth in paragraph 3 above, we will only process personal information such as, by way of example, name and surname, tax code, VAT number, residence, domicile, place of work, email or certified (PEC) email address, telephone and fax number, employer company, job title and/or corporate role, etc.
5. Categories of personal data recipients
For the purposes referred to in paragraph 3, section a), the personal data you have provided may be made accessible to:
judicial or supervisory authorities, public administration, public bodies and organizations (national and foreign);
Should you grant your consent to the use of your personal data for the purposes referred to in paragraph 3, section a), such data may be made accessible to the subjects referred above
6. Storage and transfer of personal data abroad
Personal data are managed and stored on the Cloud and on servers located within the European Union, owned by and/or available to the Data Controller and/or third-party companies duly appointed as data processors.
Your personal data will not be disseminated.
7. Period of personal data retention
Personal data collected for the purposes indicated in paragraph 3, letter a) above will be processed and stored for the entire duration of any commercial relationship established.
From the date of termination of such relationship for any reason whatsoever, the data will be stored for the prescription period applicable under the law.
Personal data collected for the purposes indicated in paragraph 3, letter a) above will be processed and stored for the period of time required to fulfill such purposes, and, in any case, until their erasure by the user.
8. Exercisable rights
In compliance with the provisions of Articles 15 to 22 of the GDPR, you are afforded the rights indicated therein, and in particular:
Right to access - to obtain confirmation as to whether or not your personal data are being processed, and, where that is the case, to receive information relating, in particular, to: purpose of processing, categories of personal data processed and storage period, recipients to whom the personal may be disclosed, (Article 15, GDPR);
Right to rectification - To obtain, without undue delay, the rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning you and the integration of incomplete personal data (Article 16, GDPR);
Right to erasure - To obtain, without undue delay, the erasure of your personal data in the cases foreseen by the GDPR (Article 17, GDPR);
Right to restriction - To obtain from the joint Controllers the restriction of processing in the cases foreseen by the GDPR (Article 18, GDPR);
Right to portability - To receive your personal data provided to the joint Controllers in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and have the right to transmit those data to another controller without hindrance in the cases foreseen by the GDPR (Article 20, GDPR);
Right to objection – To object to the processing of your personal data, unless there are legitimate reasons for the joint Controllers to continue processing (Article 21, GDPR);
Right to file a complaint with the Supervisory Authority – To file a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Authority.
You may exercise these rights by simply sending a request to the Data Protection Officer, at the address provided above.
9. Method of processing
Your data are processed by means of the operations set forth in Article 4, no. 2), GDPR - performed with or without the aid of computerised systems - namely: collection, recording, organisation, structuring, updating, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval and analysis, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction;
In any case, we guarantee the logical and physical security of your data and, in general, the confidentiality, integrity and availability of personal data processed, putting in place all the necessary technical and organizational measures.
Definition and purpose
Cookies are small text files that are saved on your computer when you visit certain websites.
They are sent to your terminal (usually to the browser) from the sites you browse and then stored to be re-transmitted to the same sites at the time of your next visit.
You can thus collect a large number of cookies, which, sometimes, are stored for long periods. They are used for different purposes: computer authentication, session monitoring, information storage concerning specific configurations regarding your access to servers, etc.
How we use them on our site
Therefore, for easier and complete use of this site, we recommend you accept these cookies.
Cookies are not harmful to your computer, tablet or Smartphone. The cookies generated by the site do not store personal identification information, but only encrypted data.
Our site and its sub-domains use the following cookies:
They are essential to allow you browsing the site and using its features. Without these cookies, some features may not be accessible or not work properly.
Strictly necessary cookies are used to store an identifier in order to pinpoint the user as a unique entity with respect to other users, so that the former can be provided with consistent and targeted service.
They can include session or persistent cookies installed by us or our partners. Their use is limited to the performance and improvement of the site. These cookies do not collect information that can identify the user. All information collected by these cookies is aggregated anonymously and used only to improve the site functionality.
They are usually the result of a user’s action, but can also be activated during the provision of a service which is not explicitly requested, but offered to the user. They can also be used to avoid offering a specific user a previously proposed service. Furthermore, these cookies allow the site to keep track of the user's choices. Information collected by these cookies is anonymous and cannot be used to track the user’s behaviors on other sites.
Third-party cookies for marketing/retargeting
They are used by partners of our site in order to offer our advertising messages when you visit other sites, showing, for example, the last products you viewed on the site. These cookies can also be used to show products that may be of interest to you, or that are similar to those you have previously viewed. The use of these cookies does not imply personal data processing, but may allow connecting to the browser installed on your computer or on other devices used during navigation.
How to disable cookies
According to personal data protection rules , you can disable already installed cookies (“opt-out”). The opt-out is applicable to “technical cookies” (Art. 122 of the Privacy Code), as well as to cookies other than “technical cookies” previously accepted (“opt in”) by the user.
You can disable/remove (“opt-out”) cookies through the relevant browser settings, and disable and/or remove individual non-technical cookies managed by third parties by accessing the website operated by the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA) at www.youronlinechoices.eu
How to disable cookies from Internet Explorer
1. To open Internet Explorer, click the Start button. In the search box, type Internet Explorer, and then click on Internet Explorer in the results list.
2. Click on the Tools button and then on Internet Options.
3. Click on the Privacy tab and in Settings move the slider up to block all cookies or down to enable them all, then click OK.
Blocking cookies may prevent the correct display of some web pages.
How to disable cookies from Firefox
To set up Firefox so that it can block cookies from all websites
1. Click on the menu button and select Options.
2. Select the Privacy panel.
3. Under History settings, select the Use Custom Settings option.
4. Remove the flag from Accept cookies from sites.
5. Click OK to close the options window.
How to disable cookies from Google Chrome
1. Select the Chrome menu icon.
2. Select Settings.
3. At the bottom of the page, select Show Advanced Settings.
4. In the “Privacy” section, select Content Settings.
5. Select Prevent Sites from Setting Data.
6. Select End.
List of all cookies used on our site (function and average lingering time)
ASP.NET_SessionId, expires at the end of the session: used to maintain the user session anonymous to the web server
_utma, forever: this cookie contains information on when the user first and last visited the site and how many times
_utmb, until the end of the session: this cookie stores information on when the user has uploaded the site. In combination with the __utmc cookie, this cookie can provide information on the duration of the user's visit
_utmc, 30 minutes: this cookie contains information on when the user leaves the site. In combination with the cookie __utmb, this cookie can provide information on the duration of the visit
_utmk, forever: contains a value for all UTM cookies listed
_utmv, forever: this cookie is used for individual content and for user-defined analyses
_utmx, 2 years: contains the values of the Google Website Optimizer
_utmz, 6 months: contains information on which site the user has visited before landing at the site in question. It can also store information on the search engine and search words used or where the IP address is registered
_ga, 2 years: used to differentiate users
_gat, 10 min: used to create objects for the Tracker
zdst, expires at the end of the session: contains a unique value for each user and serves to store the Google _utm cookies. It also saves the IP address, the browser language and the site access page
_dc_gtm: Google Tag Manager
_unam: share this social sharing
_atuvc: AddThis social
Last updated on: 26.05.2015