Information related to EU Regulation 2016/679 ("GDPR")
What types of data do we collect?
When you use our services, you accept that our company collects some of your personal data. This page is intended to tell us what data we collect, why and how we use it.
We treat two types of data:
- data provided by the user
- data that we collect automatically
Data provided by the user
When you request information, I ask you to provide us with some data that you need to take advantage of our service.
These are, for example, the data we ask for:
name, surname, e-mail address, telephone number
If you are under 16, you cannot provide us with any personal data and you cannot register on our site, and in any case we do not assume any responsibility for any false statements from you. If we become aware of the existence of untrue verification, we will proceed with the immediate cancellation of any personal data acquired.
Data that we collect automatically
We collect the following data through the services using:
technical data: ex. IP address, type of browser, information on your computer, data relative to the current (approximate) position of the instrument that seeks interests;
collected data or cookies or similar technologies: for more information, please visit the "Cookies" section.
1. How to use the collected data?
For your interests, for information on our business.
1.1. To respond to your requests
Regarding access to our services and their provision, including:
− communications related to the request sent to us.
These treatments are necessary for the correct delivery of services to users who join.
The legal basis used for this treatment is "fulfillment of contractual obligations" (pre-contractual measures adopted on your specific request).
1.2. To inform you about our business activities We use the data collected, if you have expressly provided your consent, to inform you about promotional activities that may interest you.
In particular we use them for:
− communicate promotional, commercial and advertising activities on events, initiatives or partnerships of our company, by e-mail, sending SMS or push notifications;
- perform analysis and reporting activities related to promotional communication systems, such as the detection of the number of open e-mails, clicks made on links;
- present within the communication, the type of device used to read the communication and the related operating system or the list of un-subscriptions to the newsletter.
2. Is the provision of data mandatory?
The provision of personal data is mandatory only for the processing necessary to respond to your requests (any refusal for this purpose makes it impossible to process requests); on the other hand, it is optional for promotional purposes and any refusal to give consent does not have negative consequences on the evasion of the request formulated.
3. Who are the subjects of the treatment?
3.1. Data controller/responsible for data protection.
The University of Tuscia has a data protection officer (DPO). On behalf of the Board of Directors, the Rector appointed Prof. A.M. Braccini as DPO of the University. The DPO is available for information concerning data processing at the University of Tuscia and can be contacted at the e-mail addresses email@example.com.
For each request related to your personal data, compare the following point 3.2.
3.2. Contact info:
We remind you that you can contact the Data Controller at any time and send any questions or requests regarding your personal data and respect your privacy by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3.3. Subjects to whom personal data may be disclosed
The data collected as part of the provision of the service may be communicated to:
- companies that perform functions that are strictly connected and instrumental to the operations – including technical – of corporate services, such as providers that provide IT services
- bodies and administrative and judicial authorities by virtue of legal obligations
Your personal data may be transferred outside the European Union to be processed by some of our service providers. In this case, we make sure that this transfer takes place in compliance with current legislation and that an adequate level of personal data protection is guaranteed based on an adequacy decision, on standard clauses defined by the European Commission or on Binding Corporate Rules.
Under no circumstances do we transfer or sell personal data to third parties.
4. How can you get information on the data, modify it, delete it or have a copy?
Any natural person who uses our service can:
− obtain from the owner, at any time, information about the existence of personal data, the origin of the same, the purposes and methods of treatment and, if present, to obtain access to personal data and information referred to in Article 15 of the GDPR
− request the updating, rectification, integration, deletion, limitation of data processing in the event one of the conditions provided for in Article 18 of the GDPR occurs, the transformation into anonymous form or blocking of personal data, processed in violation of the law, including those that do not need to be kept for the purposes for which the data were collected and / or subsequently processed
− object, in whole or in part, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of data, even if pertinent to the purpose of the collection and processing of personal data provided for the purposes of commercial information or sending advertising material or direct selling or for completion market research or commercial communication. Each user also has the right to withdraw the consent at any time without prejudice to the lawfulness of the treatment based on the consent given before the revocation
− receive personal data, provided knowingly and actively or through the use of the service, in a structured format, commonly used and readable by automatic device, and to transmit them to another data controller without impediments
− propose a complaint with the Italian Data Protection Authority
We remind you that for any question or request related to your personal data and to the respect of your privacy you can write to the dedicated address email@example.com
5. How and for how long will your data be stored?
The retention of personal data will take place in paper and/or electronic/IT format and for the time strictly necessary to fulfill the purposes referred to in point 1, in compliance with your privacy and current regulations.
In the case of the exercise of the right to be forgotten through the request for explicit cancellation of personal data processed by the owner, we remind you that such data will be kept, in a protected form and with restricted access, only for purposes of ascertainment and repression of crimes. no more than 12 months from the date of the request and will subsequently be securely deleted or anonymized irreversibly.
Finally, we remind you that for the same purposes, the data relating to electronic traffic, excluding the contents of communications, will be kept for a period of no more than 6 years from the date of communication, pursuant to art. 24 of the Law n. 167/2017, which implemented the EU Directive 2017/541 on anti-terrorism.
6. How do we ensure the protection of your data?
The data are collected by the subjects indicated in point 3, according to the indications of the relevant legislation, with particular regard to the security measures provided by the GDPR (Article 32) for their processing by means of computerized, manual and automated tools and with strictly related logic to the purposes indicated in point 1 and in any case so as to guarantee the security and confidentiality of the data.
This information may be subject to change. If substantial changes are made to the use of data on the user by the Owner, the latter will notify the user by publishing them with the maximum evidence on their pages or through alternative or similar means.
8.1 What are cookies?
- "session" cookies, which are deleted immediately when the browser is closed;
- "persistent" cookies, which remain in the browser for a certain period of time. They are used, for example, to recognize the device that connects to a site facilitating authentication operations for the user;
- "own" cookies, generated and managed directly by the manager of the website on which the user is browsing;
- "third-party" cookies, generated and managed by parties other than the operator of the website on which the user is browsing.
8.2 Cookies used on the site
The following table shows a detail of the cookies on the site
|ASPSESSIONIDAWQBQSAA||First Party cookeis||Tecnichal||Sessions|
|_gid||Third Party Cookies||Statistics||1 day|
|_ga||Third Party Cookies||Statistics||1 year|
8.3 How to disable cookies in browsers
If you allow cookies by default, you can still block them for a particular site.
1. Open Chrome on your computer.
2. At the top right, click More Settings.
3. Click Advanced at the bottom.
4. In the "Privacy and security" section, click Content settings.
5. Click on Cookies.
6. Next to "Block", "Delete upon exit" or "Allow", click Add.
7. Enter the web address.
8. To create an exception for an entire domain, enter [*.] Before the domain name. For example, [*.] Google.com will match drive.google.com and calendar.google.com.
9. You can also enter an IP address or web address that does not start with http: //. Click Add.
To set up Firefox so that it can block cookies from a specific website:
1. Visit the site to which you want to inhibit the ability to set cookies.
2. Right-click by placing the mouse cursor inside the page and select the Information item on the page.
3. In the About page window, select the Permissions panel.
4. At the Set cookies line, remove the flag from Use default.
5. Select the Lock option.
6. Close the Page Information window.
7. Remove all cookies that the website has already set in Firefox.
8. Click the MENU button and select OPTIONS.
9. Select the Privacy and Security panel and navigate to the History section.
10. Under History settings: select use custom settings.
11. Click on the item Show cookies.... The Cookie window will appear.
12. In the Search: field, type the name of the site for which you want to remove cookies. A list will appear showing the cookies related to the search performed.
13. In the list, select the cookies to remove and click the Remove Selected button.
14. Click the Close button to close the Cookies window.
15. Close the about: preferences page. Any changes made will be automatically saved.
1. Open Internet Explorer and click the gear icon in the upper right (in Windows XP with Internet Explorer 8 or other browser versions click on the Tools menu)
2. Click on Internet Options to open the window that allows you to change the browser settings.
3. Move to the Privacy tab
4. Then click on the "Sites" button to open a small window where you will enter the address of the site to be blocked in the appropriate text box.
5. After clicking on Block, the site will be stored in the list below and all cookies sent by the blocked domain will not be stored;
6. Click OK to close the Internet Explorer settings windows.
The consent to the use of profiling cookies is provided by the user through the following methods: closing the banner containing the brief information, scrolling the page hosting the banner or clicking any of its elements and can be revoked at any time.
All technical cookies do not require consent, so they are installed automatically as a result of access to the site or service.
Cookies can be completely disabled by the browser using the appropriate function provided in most browsers.
It is good to know, however, that by deactivating cookies some of the site's features may not be usable.