Quick Caffè – Privacy
STATEMENT OF PERSONAL DATA HANDLING POLICY
This information is provided in compliance with article 13 of the legislative decree of 30 June 2003 no. 196 ( Personal Data Protection Law).
In compliance with the provisions of article 13 of the Privacy Law (Legislative Decree 30 June 2003), Quick Online Srl, registered office Via Roma 14/B, 23026 Ponte in Valtellina (Italy), VAT n. 00975300146; certified email address firstname.lastname@example.org, registered with the Chamber of Commerce of Sondrio, n. SO-73415, in its capacity as personal data controller, hereby informs users of its web site as to why and how it handles the personal data it may collect, as to where these data may be sent and publicised, as to their provision (mandatory or optional) and the consequences that may ensue if there is a refusal to reply.
The data controller, i.e. the subject who determines the purposes for which and the manner in which any personal data are processed, and the tools used to do so, is Quick Online Srl, registered office Via Roma 14/B, 23026 Ponte in Valtellina (Italy).
The person in charge of data handling, i.e. designated by the controller to perform the handling, is its pro-tempore Legal Representative.
Your details will be stored for as long as is necessary for any request to be promptly attended to.
Data, including email addresses, will be handled using computerised procedures, involving electronic data media or on hard copy, by staff appointed and authorised by the data controller for this purpose.
Type of data handled
In the normal course of their functioning, the computer systems and software procedures designed for this website acquire personal data, the transmission of which is implicit in the use of internet communication protocols. This is information which is not collected to be associated to identified interested parties, but which by their nature might allow users to be identified through processing and association with data held by third parties. These data are used with the sole aim of obtaining anonymous statistical information on the use of the site and to check that it is functioning correctly.
DATA PROVIDED VOLUNTARILY BY USERS
If emails are sent voluntarily, explicitly and optionally to addresses given on this site, the sender’s address, which is required to respond to requests, is automatically acquired, as are any other personal data which may be included in the communication. Specific summary notices will be progressively reported or shown on the pages of the site designated for particular optional services.
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These cookies collect the information about how the user uses a website. For example, what are the most visited pages or if the user is receiving error messages from web pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. All information collected by cookies is then aggregated and anonymous. They are used only to improve the functioning of a web site. By using our website, the user agrees that these cookies may be installed on his device.
These cookies allow the website to remember choices the user makes (such as user name, language or the region he is in) and provide enhanced, more personal features. These cookies can also be used to remember changes the user has made to text size, fonts and other parts of web pages that he can customise. They may also be used to provide services he has asked for such as watching a video or commenting on a blog. The information these cookies collect may be anonymised and it cannot track the user’s browsing activity on other websites.
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Personal details entered in this contact form by visitors to the site, subject to handling, will be stored and used only to process requests for information received and to respond promptly to them, in full respect of privacy and the protection of personal data, of the principle of correctness and of the provisions of the relative laws. The data required are Name and Surname, email address, and if possible telephone number.
Data collected, in particular name and surname, company name, VAT number, address, telephone number, fax number, email address, sent to us through the site to enable users to access the reserved area, are subject to processing, but will be used with the sole aim of providing the services offered via access to the reserved area on the site, in full respect of the right to privacy and the protection of personal data, of the principle of correctness and of the provisions of the relative laws.
Place of data handling
The data will be stored on hard copy, computerised and electronic archive systems at the head office (see above). The minimum security measures prescribed by the Law will be guaranteed, and in any case will ensure that your right to the protection of your personal details is protected. The address and the personal details thus collected will not be disclosed, sold or exchanged with third parties. Personal details provided by users forwarding specific requests are used exclusively to perform the service requested.
Optional nature of data provision
Consent to the provision of data is optional, but please note that without this consent it will not be possible to forward your request.
Rights of interested parties
A person who has provided personal details may exercise their right to access these details, and the other rights enshrined in article 7 of Legislative Decree 30 June 2003 no. 196, by applying to the data controller in the forms and in the manner prescribed by articles 9 and 10 of the same Decree.
In particular, interested parties can obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of their personal details, and receive an intelligible communication of these data, even if they have not yet been registered.
Interested parties can furthermore have details on:
a) the source of the personal data;
b) the purpose and method of the data handling;
c) the logic applied when processing is performed using electronic instruments;
d) identification details of the data controller and the person in charge of data handling;
e) the subjects or classes of subjects to whom personal details may be sent or who may become acquainted with them in their capacity as persons in charge or appointed for the task.
Interested parties have the right:
a) to have their data updated, corrected or, if required, added to;
b) to have data deleted, transformed into an anonymous form or blocked if handled unlawfully, including data which do not have to be stored for the purposes for which the data were collected or subsequently processed;
c) to a declaration stating that the persons to whom the data are sent or disclosed are aware of the operations referred to in (a) and (b), including the content, except where it is not possible to fulfil this obligation or when it involves the use of means which are manifestly out of proportion to the right protected.
Interested parties have the right to object, entirely or in part:
a) for legitimate reasons, to the handling of their personal details, despite the fact that they may be relevant to the purpose of their collection;
b) to the handling of their personal details with the intent of sending advertising material.