Information pursuant and according to Article.13 of Legislative Decree Nm. 196 of the 30th June 2003

The undersigned Ceramiche San Paolo s.r.l. with Headquarters in via Bergamo 32 – 24060 in San Paolo d’Argon (BG) – Italy, holder of processing and collection of information foreseen by Article. 13 of D.Lgs. n. 196/2003, named “Regulations for the protection of personal information”, informs you that the personal information supplied by you to this Company – or otherwise acquired by us in respect to legislative disposition and contractual obligation – inherent, connected and/or instrumental to your relationship with the holder, could create objects of processing and collection, in respect to legal obligation, according to the aforementioned decree and the laws and measures instrumental or complimentary to it, of the general authorization of the Guarantor and the obligations of privacy.

Your information could be communicated or diffused to Third Parties (for example: Credit Institutions, Social Security entities, Freelance Professionals, Brokers, Insurers, Factoring Companies, Trade Associations or Suppliers) for purposes pertaining to the economic development of the Company.

The collection of information will occur through instruments suitable to guarantee the security and privacy of the data, also whenever the collection occurs through automated instruments and telematic or innovative channels, acts of memory, managing and transmitting the said information.

We hereby inform you that personal information subject to collection, referable to you, will also eventually be handled by way of managers and/or employees, or persons designated by the holder, in the manner prescribed by Legal obligation, in respect to and in the manner indicated in Article. 11 of D.Lgs n. 196/2003, which states, that the said information is to be handled in a lawful and correct manner, collected and recorded for determined aims, explicit and legitimate; exact and, if necessary, updated; pertinent, complete and not excessive in respect to the finality of collection.

We hereby also inform you that in relation to the aforementioned collection, you can exercise your rights specified in Article. 7 of D.Lgs. n. 196/2003, that is here intended as wholly reported. The rights exercised through the Article are directed without formality to the holder or manager, also when through an employee, named according to suitable legal dispositions, to whom the holder, either directly or through a designated manager, commits to providing acknowledgement with delay.

You can exercise said rights to obtain: the confirmation or negation of collection; clarification and information about the origin, the finality and the method of collection of the information. You also have the right to: request anonymously, the cancellation, transformation, blocking of information, whenever handled in violation to the Law; obtain updates, adjustments or if you are interested, integration of the information; to contest collection for the purposes of publicity materials or direct sales or market research or communicative materials. In accordance with alt 13, e.1, letter) of D.Lgs. n. 196/2003, the holder informs you also, that your consent to collection, according to when this document was created, is in accordance with Article. 23 of D.Lgs. 196/2003 and is to be considered free, but that inaccurate and/or missing provision, even partial, of the same can signify, concretely, the limitation in the carrying out of the operation until the impossibility in execution of said operation.

In accordance to Article. 13, c.1, letter c) of D.Lgs. n. 196/2003, it is also noted “eventual refusal to respond”, at the moment of collection, can cause objective impossibility for this Company to observe part of the obligations of Law and/or contractual connected to your relationship with the company performing the collection.

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Cookies may be either “persistent” cookies or “session” cookies. A persistent cookie consists of a text file sent by a web server to a web browser, which will be stored by the browser and will remain valid until its set expiry date (unless deleted by the user before the expiry date). A session cookie, on the other hand, will expire at the end of the user session, when the web browser is closed.
We inform you that some activities cannot be performed without the use of Cookies (“Technical Cookies”), these are technically necessary in some cases.
Cookies can also be used to memorize Login information, and render the recognition of the user automatic (therefore negating the procedure of inserting Username and password every time the user accesses the site). The collection of information occurs through auxiliary electronic instrumentation, or anyway, automated, informatics or telematics with strict logical correlations designed as described above and, anyway, in a way that guarantees the security and privacy of information.

According to Italian Law, the consent of the user to the use of Cookies is not always requested. In particular, the consent for the use of “Technical Cookies c.d.” is not asked, which are those used to effect the transmission of a communication on a web of electronic communication, or when strictly necessary to provide a service explicitly requested by users. In other words, these Cookies are indispensable to the correct functioning of the site.

Technical Cookies
Among technical cookies that do not require consent for their use, the Italian Guarantee for the protection of personal data, also encompasses: “Cookie analytics” utilized directly by the web-site manager to collect information, in aggregated form, on the number of users and how they visit the site, navigation or session cookies (for authentication, to realize an acquisition, etc.), functional cookies, that permit users to navigate a series of selected criteria (for example, language, selected products for acquisition), and designed to improve the service. Profiling Cookies Behavioral or profiling cookies are all cookies that allow a profiling of the user, so as to propose to the same user more tailored advertising. While no prior consent is provided for technical cookies, behavioral cookies require a specific and express consent.

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The user may select which Cookies to authorize using the correct procedure, as well as authorize, block or delete (all or in part) cookies through the specific functioning of the browser: however, if all or some cookies are disabled it is possible that some services or specific functions of the site may not be available, or function correctly and/or the user could be forced to modify or manually insert some information or preferences every time the visit the site.

If you desire to modify the settings of your cookies, here follow some brief instructions on how to perform this operation on the four most popular browsers:

Microsoft Internet Explorer
Click icon “tools” in the top right corner and choose “internet options”. In the pop up window select “Privacy”. Here you can regulate the settings of your cookies.

Google Chrome
Click on the wrench symbol in the top left corner and choose “settings”. Next choose “show advanced settings” (Under the hood) and change the Privacy settings.

Mozilla Firefox
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