GENERAL SITE PRIVACY
Here below you will find all information on how the personal data of those contacting our website is treated.
This information is also supplied pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree no 196/2003 ( personal data protection Law, hitherto "Law") and concerns the website www.adraxles.com (hitherto Website) and does not concern any other website the visitor could consult through a link.
Access to the website does not generally require entering personal data or identifying codes. This is required inside specific Website sections where further information is provided on the use made of said data to integrate this document, and where permission to treat data is specifically requested
The IT systems and software procedures for Website consultation acquire, just for connection duration, some identifying data implicit in the use of Internet communication. Said identifying data is not memorised permanently and is not collected to be associated to identified interested parties, but for its nature, through processing and association with third party data, enables user identification.
This data category includes IP addresses or names in the domains of computers used by users linking up to the Website, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) notation addresses of resources requested, time of request, method used to submit request to server, size of response file, numerical code indicating server answer state (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters concerning the user’s operating systems and IT environment.
No cookies are used for the transmission of personal data, nor are so-called persistent cookies of any kind used, that is user tracing systems. Use of so-called session cookies (not memorised persistently on the user’s computer and disappearing when the browser closes) is strictly limited to session identifiers (casual numbers generated by the server) needed to explore the Website safely and efficiently.
We would like to inform you that the user can set its browser in such a way as to avert the presence of a cookie so decide whether to accept it or not. It is also possible to refuse all cookies by setting your browser for this purpose. Facultative and voluntary sending of emails to the addresses given in the Website means subsequent acquisition of the sender’s address needed to answer any requests, together with any other data entered in the mail, which will only be used to satisfy the sender’s request.
Personal data contained in curriculum sent through the "Work with us" section will only be used for personnel selection purposes.
In any case, curriculum received which do not include the necessary data treatment authorisation: "Pursuant to legislative decree no.196/2003, having read the information present in the www.adraxles.com website, I hereby authorise A.D.R. S.p.A. to treat my personal data, including its and said data being handled by the latter, for personnel selection and recruitment purposes", will not be taken into consideration.
Any personal data acquired through the Website will be treated using IT , telecommunication and manual means for the time strictly required to carry out the purpose for which it was collected and, anyhow, in a way that guarantees the safety of said data and fully observing art. 11 in the Law.
All interested parties are acknowledged the rights foreseen by art. 7 in the Law (we are including it below)
Art. 7 - Right to access personal data and other rights
1. The interested party has the right to receive confirmation of whether his/her personal data exists or not, even if not recorded, and its communication in an understandable format.
2. The interested party has the right to know:
a) where said personal data comes from;
b) treatment purpose and method;
c) of the logic used if said data is treated electronically;
d) the identifying data of the owner, those responsible and their representatives as foreseen by art. 5 item 2;
e) those subjects and categories said personal data can be communicated to or who can become aware of it in their function as State representatives, those responsible or assigned.
3. The interested party has the right to obtain:
a) updating, rectification or, when interested in doing so, data integration;
b) cancellation, transforming into an anonymous form or blockage of data handled in violation to the law, including any data that does not have to be kept for the purpose it was collected for or then handled;
c) a declaration that those to whom said data had been communicated or circulated had been informed of the operations indicated in a) and b) above, except when said fulfilment is impossible or manifestly disproportionate to the right protected.
4. The interested party has the right to oppose, fully or partially:
a) for legitimate reasons, the treatment of personal data concerning him/her, even if pertinent to why it was collected;
b) that personal data concerning him/her be used for sending advertising or direct selling material or for market research or commercial communications.
The treatment Owner to be contacted to exercise the rights established by art. 7 in the Law is ADR s.p.a., with registered offices in via Antonio Maria Ceriani, 96 - 21040 Uboldo (VA).
To better guarantee data treatment protection, those Responsible for said treatment have been appointed in compliance with art. 29 of the Law.
You can receive the list of those Responsible at any time by writing to email@example.com
Those handling the personal data received have been nominated Treatment Assignees; they have been given precise instructions and are dully trained and updated continuously .