Privacy Policy

INFORMATION PURSUANT TO THE REGULATION ON PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
(EU Regulation no. 679/2016)

The EU Regulation no. 679/2016 (“Privacy Regulation”) aims at guarantee the treatment of personal data respecting personal rights and fundamental freedoms, focusing on personal data protection rights and free circulation of data. Herewith we provide the information pursuant to Article 13 of the Privacy Regulation about treatment of personal data methods that Equita Group S.p.A. (“Equita”) can use following your visit on this website.

This information is provided for the website of Equita only and not for other websites visited through links available on this website.

Treatment of data

With “Treatment of personal data” is intended any action or group of actions, done with or without automated processes and applied to personal data or group of personal data, like collection, recording, organization, structure, conservation, modification, extraction, consultation, use, communication trough transmission, transmission, comparison, interconnection, limitation, cancellation or elimination, including the combination of two or more of abovementioned actions.

Your data will be treated mainly through automatic and electronic methods, in compliance with the security requirements required by applicable law and following procedures aimed at protecting data. Your personal data will be processed only for the time necessary to pursue the objectives for which the data were collected.

Only people entitled to process data can treat data. Treatment takes place only at the registered offices of Equita. No personal data coming from web services are distributed.

Personal data provided by users are used to execute and provide the required service and are transferred to third parties only if necessary. Article 6, paragraph b of Privacy Regulation, rules about the treatment of data.

Equita uses specific security measures to prevent data loss, illegal use or non-authorized access.

Data Controller

The Data Controller of personal data is Equita Group S.p.A., registered office in Milan, Via Turati no. 9, (e-mail address: privacy@equita.eu).

Types of data processed

  1. Data provided on a voluntarily basis from users

The filing of personal data from the user, explicit or on a voluntarily basis, of modules or registration forms on this website will consist in the acquisition of data provided by the user with the aim of providing the service required.

  1. Data acquired by the website through visits of users

IT systems and software procedures related to the functioning of this website acquires, during their normal activities, some personal data that are implicitly transferred by the internet communication protocols. These data are not collected for specific purposes but, considering their nature, could be, through data elaborations and associations with information provided by third parties, used to identify users.

IP addresses or domains used by users that connect to the website, URI addresses of requested resources, time of request, methods used to submit the server request, size of the reply, numeric code with status of the server reply  and other parameters related to operating system or IT system used by users are data belonging to such category.

Such data are used for the following purposes only:

  • gather statistical information, on an anonymous basis, on the use of the website;
  • check the correct functioning of the website;
  • monitoring activities to ensure the security of the website.

Data could be used to ascertain responsibility in the case of computer crimes. Under such circumstances, the processing of data would have, as legal basis, the legitimate interest of Equita to ascertain responsibility pursuant to Art. 6 (1), letter f, of the Privacy Regulation, and data would be stored to the extent that this will be necessary to comply with the obligations imposed by laws.

  1. Cookies

Cookies are small text files sent by the websites to the devices of the users visiting such websites. When users visit the same site again, the browser reads the cookies stored on the device and retransmits the information to the site that originally created the cookies. Cookies have different characteristics and can be used for different purposes, both from the data controller of the website visited and from third parties.

This website uses cookies (including technical cookies that do not require expression of consent from the user) that require expression of consent from the user and third parties cookies.

For further information about cookies, see our cookie policy available on www.equita.eu.

Discretionality on data provision

Apart from what stated above in relation to data acquisition provided by the user visiting the website, the provision of personal data is totally discretionary. However, the refusal to provide such data would prevent us from treating them and would prevent the use of related services.

Data transfer to third parties

Data, or part of such data, for the purposes abovementioned, can be communicated to:

  • legal entities part of the Equita Group;
  • external subjects providing professional and / or technical services connected to the functioning of the website like, for example, the management of the information technology system, the independent audit firm, any outsourcer of administrative and IT services;
  • subjects entitled by law provisions or authorities to access data.

A list of the abovementioned subjects is available at the registered office of Equita.

Personal data may be transferred outside the European Union exclusively under the presence of an adequacy decision of the European Commission or similar guarantees pursuant to articles 44 and subsequent of the Privacy Regulation.

Interested party rights

You have the right to request to the data controller, using the modalities and addresses abovementioned, access to personal data (Art. 15, Privacy Regulation) and amendment (Art. 16 Privacy Regulation) or cancellation of such data (Art. 17 Privacy Regulation) or limitation of the processing (Art. 18 Privacy Regulation) and opposition to data processing (Art. 21 Privacy Policy), in addition to data portability right (Art. 20 Privacy Regulation).

You have also the right to revoke your consent and file a complaint to the competent authority, following the procedure available on the website www.garanteprivacy.it.