This Cookie Policy is relative to the site www.fatro.it (“Site”) and concerns data processing operations carried out by FATRO S.p.A., with legal address in Via Emilia 285, 40064 Ozzano dell’Emilia (BO), Italy – Fiscal Code 01125080372 and VAT number IT01665321202 (“FATRO”) as Data Controller.


1. Processed personal data

We inform you that FATRO will process information about you, which may include identification elements like your name, an identification number, on-line identifier or one or more typical features of your physical, physiological, psychic, economic, cultural or social identity suitable to identify you or make you identifiable (hereinafter “Personal Data”).

The Personal Data processed through the Site is the following:

a. Navigation data

The IT systems and software procedures which operate the Site acquire some Persona Data while normally functioning. The submission of this Personal Data is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols. This information is not collected by FATRO in order to associate it with identified users, but by its very nature it might make it possible to identify users, by means of processing operations and association with data possessed by third parties.

This category of data includes IP addresses or the domain names of the computers used by users connecting to the Site, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of the requested resources, the time of a request, the method used to submit a request to the server, the size of the file of the response, the numeric code indicating the status of the response from the server (completed, error, etc.) and other parameters relative to the operating system and the user’s computer environment.

This data is only used to obtain anonymous statistical information about the use of the Site and to check its proper functioning, in order to identify any anomalies and/or abuses. Except for the cases when the data is used to ascertain responsibilities for potential IT crimes against the Site or third parties, this data is stored for 26 months.


b. Cookies


Definitions, properties and application of the regulations

Cookies are small text files which the sites visited by a user send and save in your computer or mobile device, in order to send them back to the same sites when you visit them again. Thanks to the cookies, a site remembers a user’s actions and preferences (like, for instance, the login data, selected language, font size, other viewing settings, etc.), so that it is not necessary to specify them again when the user comes back to visit that same site or navigates between pages in the same site.

Therefore, cookies are used to perform IT authentications, monitor sessions and memorize information concerning your activities when you access a site. They may also contain a unique identification code which makes it possible to track your navigation within that site, for statistical or advertising purposes. Some operations may not be performed without using cookies, which in certain cases are technically necessary for the site to function.

While navigating a site, a user’s computer may also receive cookies from different sites or servers than the one they are visiting (so-called “third party cookies”).

There are various types of cookies, depending on their characteristics and functions, and they may remain in a user’s computer for various periods of time: the so-called session cookies, which are automatically deleted when the browser is closed; the so-called persistent cookies, which remain in your device until a preset deadline.

Depending on the regulations applicable to you, your consent may not be always requested. In particular, the “technical cookies”, that are those merely used to transmit a communication within an electronic communication network, or those strictly necessary to provide a service explicitly required by a user, normally do not request your consent. This includes navigation or session cookies (used to enable users to access) and functionality cookies (used to remember the choices made by a user while accessing the site, like the language or the products selected for a purchase).

Conversely, “profiling cookies”, that is those used to create profiles relative to a user and used to send advertisements matching the preferences shown by a user while navigating within the network, normally require the user’s consent in advance, although this depends on the applicable regulations.


Types of cookies used by the Site
The Site uses the following cookies, which can be un-checked, except for third party cookies, for which you should refer to the checking and un-checking methods of the relative cookies, indicated by means of a link:

• Navigation or session technical cookies, strictly necessary for the functioning of the Site and to enable you to access its required contents and services.
• Functionality cookies, that is those used to activate specific functionalities of the Site and a series of selected criteria (for instance, the language), in order to improve the services provided and to enable you to access the required contents and services.
• Analytical and statistical cookies, that is those used to generate aggregated statistics and relative to a single site.
• Cookies for the integration of third party functions, that is those used to integrate third party functions in the site.
• Third party analytical cookies.

FATRO also uses third party analytical cookies, which make it possible to understand how the Site is used. These cookies do not collect any information about your identity or any Personal Data. The information is collected anonymously. These cookies belong to different sites or web servers than the FATRO ones, which act as independent data controllers.


As regards third parties sending cookies through the Site, the links to their respective privacy policies are reported below:
• Google Analytics (anonymous):
https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/
https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout


Cookies present on the Site
In detail, the cookies sent by FATRO through the Site are reported below:


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Settings relative to the cookies

You can block or delete (wholly or partially) technical and functionality cookies by means of the specific functions in your Internet browser. However, we inform you that not authorizing technical cookies might entail the impossibility to access the Site, view its contents and use the relative services. Inhibiting functionality cookies might make some services or certain functions of the Site not available or entail their improper functioning and you might be obliged to modify some information or preferences or enter them manually every time you visit the Site.

In their turn, the choices made about the cookies of the Site will be saved in a dedicated cookie. This cookie, however, might not work properly under certain circumstances: in these cases, we suggest you to delete the unwanted cookies and inhibit their use, also by means of the functionalities in your Internet browser.

Your preferences about the cookies will be reset if you use several different devices or Internet browsers to access the Site.


How to view and modify cookies by means of your Internet Browser
You can authorize, block or delete (wholly or partially) the cookies by means of specific functions in your Internet browser. For further information about how to set the preferences for using cookies through your Internet browser, you may read the relative instructions:

• Internet Explorer
• Firefox
 Chrome
 Safari
 Edge

 Brave

WARNING: by un-checking technical and/or functionality cookies, the Site may become impossible to access or some services or certain functions of the Site might not be available or work properly, and you might be obliged to modify some information or preferences or enter them manually every time you visit the Site.


2. Transfer of Personal Data

FATRO will not transfer your Personal Data outside the European Economic Area.


3. Rights of the person involved

You are entitled to ask FATRO to access your Personal Data, correct or delete it, limit the processing of the Personal Data which concerns you or oppose its processing, in addition to the right to portability of your Personal Data. You can exercise these rights by writing a message to privacy@fatro.it.

In any case, you may file a case to the relevant control authorities, should you believe that the processing of your Personal Data by FATRO breaks any applicable laws. The contact information of all the EU supervision authorities can be found at the following address: (http://ec.europa.eu/newsroom/article29/item-detail.cfm?item_id=612080).