Privacy and Cookie
Information brief pursuant to article 13 of legislative decree 196/2003
Pursuant to legislative decree 30 June 2003 No 196 (hereinafter “Privacy Code”) Gusta Cilento, (hereinafter the “Company”) wishes to notify following information to you referring to the handling of your personally identifiable information, it being understood in visiting the site //www.gustacilento.it (hereinafter the “site”) you acknowledge and accept, to the extent required, the procedures illustrated in this information brief on privacy.
1. The purposes of handling personally identifiable information
The handling of the personally identifiable information provided by you and/or acquired during navigation on the site serves the following purposes:
to enable access to and navigation in the Site as also to compile anonymous statistics on the Site's use to ascertain its correct operation and to ascertain any responsibilities in the event of irregular acts committed during navigation;
to furnish the Site registration service;
to furnish the services offered by the Company;
to promote offers through the Newsletter, traditional mailing and SMS.
The cookies used by the Site are of the type persistent (i.e. they remain stored until their expiry on the hard disk of the user's/ visitor's computer) and session (i.e. they are not stored permanently on the user's/visitor's computer and disappear when the browser is closed down).
identifying you when your Site log-in is authenticated. In this manner the Company for provide you with suggestions on products, display personalised contents, and put other functions and personalised services at your disposal;
furnishing contents, including advertising, pertaining to your interests on the Site. Advertising defined according to your interests is subject to your preferences;
storing data on your preferences;
storing data on the articles held in your trolley.
Persistent cookies are exclusively used to facilitate navigation inside the Site and its correct utilisation, facilitate access to services that require authentication (dispensing with the need for users to re-enter authentication credentials every time the services are accessed), as also to achieve statistical objectives in order to ascertain what Site areas have been visited. Session cookies are only used to transmit session identifying data necessary to enable the Site's secure and efficient navigation. Session cookies used on in the Site avoid recourse to other IT techniques that are potentially prejudicial for the confidentiality of navigation by users/visitors and are also used to improve the provision of services.
In the course of navigation on the Site, you may also receive the cookies of other sites or web servers (i.e. third-party cookies), generated by other sites to provide content for the Site in order to manage the provision of publicity in a dynamic or advanced manner.
The most use browsers enable users to block third-party cookies and only accept those specific to the Site. Moreover, some companies that generate cookies on third-party sites offer the possibility to disable and/or inhibit their own cookies in a simple and immediate manner, even when the latter are anonymous - i.e. without the need to register personally identifiable information (such as, for example, the IP address).
Cookies and browser settings
For a complete utilisation of the Site, it is recommended that your browser be configured to accept the reception of cookies.
By blocking or otherwise refusing cookies you will not be able to use some Site areas in an optimal manner and, moreover, the use of services requiring authentication could also be compromised.
However, the browser can be modified in order to disable cookies by following a very simple procedure. The help function available on most browsers will explain how to stop your browser accepting new cookies, as also how to be informed when a new cookie is received and how to disable all cookies. Furthermore, you can disable or eliminate similar data by using browser add-ons, such as cookie flash, by changing their settings or by visiting the website of the producer in question.
3. Handling procedures – Security measures
The handling of your personally identifiable information may comprise in addition to its collection, recording, storing, modification, communication and cancellation.
In addition, handling may take place with or without the use of electronic instruments by personnel specially appointed for this purpose.
The storage of information make involve hard copy and/electronic/IT/ optical media and for the time period strictly necessary to fulfil the purposes set forth under article 1, in compliance with current law.
As concerns your personally identifiable information, the Company shall deploy all instruments appropriate to guarantee its safety and confidentiality in compliance with the provisions of the Privacy Code. In particular, all those technical, IT, organisational, logistic and procedural security measures will be adopted, as laid down by the Privacy Code, in such a way as to guarantee a minimum level of data protection as required by the law in force.
Moreover, the methodologies adopted guarantee that access to the data is only permitted to persons appointed to handle it by the Company.
4. Conferring data
As concerns the provision of personally identifiable information please be informed that:
the IT systems and software procedures put in place for the Site's operation will, in the course of ordinary activities, acquire some personally identifiable information as a regular part of Internet communication protocols; simply by accessing the site will, therefore, entail the Company's acquisition of some personally identifiable information;
some personally identifiable information is necessary for registration with the Site. If you refuse to provide it the registration procedure cannot be completed.
5. Communication and disclosure of information
The personally identifiable information collected to achieve the objectives set forth under the foregoing point 1 will not be disclosed to third parties.
6. The rights of interested parties
Pursuant to article 7 and successive amendments of the Code of Privacy, you have the right, inter alia, to:
be informed that personally identifiable information is or is not held on you and its communication to you in an intelligible manner;
obtain the following information from the Data Controller:
indications on the origin of the personally identification information and on the handling procedure, the approach adopted in handling such information by electronic devices;
indications of details referring to the Data Controller and person/s responsible for handling personally identification information;
indication on the subjects or categories of subjects whose personally identification information can be disclosed;
the update, adjustment or supplement to your personally identification information;
the cancellation, transformation into an anonymous format or the block of personally identification information whose handling infringes the law, including that information whose storage is unnecessary for the purposes for which its was collected or subsequently handled;
attestation of the fact that the operations as per the foregoing points (i) and (ii) have been brought to the attention, as also concerns their content, of the persons to whom the information has been communicated or disclosed, unless this is action is impossible or entails an unreasonable deployment of resources with respect to the right to be safeguarded;
oppose, either wholly or in part,
the handling of personally identification information, on legitimate grounds, even if pertinent for the purpose for which it was collected;
the handling of personally identification information for purposes of commercial information or the despatch of advertising or sales material or for conducting market research or publicity communication.
The foregoing rights, which may be exercised either directly or through a proxy, in the forms provided for under articles 8 and 9 of the Privacy Code. In order to exercise the foregoing rights, you must send a written request by ordinary mail to the Data Controller whose name and address are indicated below.
7. Data Controller
The Data Controller and person responsible for handling personally identification information is the director pro tempore of Gusta Cilento Sas di Martuscelli Claudio, Registered Office, Lungomare De Simone 2/Bis - 84048 Castellabate (SA).
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