Company name: ESI S.p.a.
Registered office: Corso Ferrari 74/6 – 17011 Albisola Superiore (SV) Italy
Tax Code: 01099380105
REA Number: SV-102611
in accordance with Article 13 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 “Personal Data Protection Code”
The undersigned Company would like to inform you that we hold your personal and tax data for the establishment and execution of the current contractual relationships we have with You. Such information may have been acquired verbally, directly or via third parties, and is legally considered “personal” data.
In regards to this data, we would like to inform You that:
This data will be processed in relation to contractual requirements and to fulfil legal and contractual obligations deriving from said contracts, as well as to efficiently manage our business relationship. The data will be processed in written and/or magnetic, electronic or telematic form.
The provision of personal data is necessitated by the parties’ legal and contractual obligations and therefore any refusal to provide said data or allow it to be processed could render it impossible for ESI S.p.A. to continue with contractual relationships.
The failure to provide any data that is not required by legal or contractual obligations will be assessed on a case-to-case basis and the resulting decisions will be determined in relation to the importance of the requested data in terms of managing the business relationship.
Without prejudice to the communications and information sent in order to comply with the law, your data may be transmitted within Italy and/or abroad to:
- Our network of agents
- Factoring companies
- Debt collection companies
- Credit insurance companies
- Professionals and consultants
- Companies operating within the transport sector
- Companies operating within the insurance sector
For the sole purpose of credit protection and the better management of our rights in regards to individual business relationships. For the same purposes, the data may be made available to individuals in the following categories: our employees and/or collaborators;
The data will be processed for the entire duration of the established contractual relations and beyond, for the completion of all legal obligations, as well as for future commercial purposes;
In regards to the data itself, you may exercise your rights under Article 7 of L.D. No. 196/2003, within the limits and conditions laid down in Articles 8, 9 and 10 of said Decree.
Party authorised to handle this data: ESI S.p.A. – Via delle Industrie 1 – 17012 Albissola Marina (SV), Italy.
Types of data processed
Data supplied voluntarily by the user
The optional, explicit and voluntary act of sending electronic mail to the addresses indicated on this site entails the subsequent acquisition of the user’s email address, which is required in order to respond to requests, as well as any other personal data included within the message.
Specific summary information will be progressively provided or displayed on the website pages dedicated to particular services, when requested.
Optional nature of data provision
The user is, nevertheless, free to voluntarily supply their personal data contained in request forms or indicated in contact forms to solicit informational material or other forms of communication.
Failure to provide said data may render it impossible to obtain the service requested.
For the sake of completeness, it is important to note that in some cases (which are not subject to the normal operation of this site) the authorities may request data and information pursuant to Article 157 of L.D. No. 196/2003, in order to monitor the processing of personal data. In these cases it should be noted that the site administrator is obligated to respond under penalty of an administrative fine.
The personal data are processed by automated tools for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purpose for which they have been gathered.
Specific safety measures are implemented to prevent the loss of data, their illegal or incorrect usage and unauthorized accesses.
RIGHTS OF THE CONCERNED PARTIES
The parties, whom the personal data refer to, have the right at any time to obtain the confirmation of the existence or not of such data and to know their contents and origin, to verify their correctness or to request their integration or update, or their amendment (art. 7 of the Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003).
Pursuant to such article, the user has the right to request the deletion, the transformation in anonymous format or the block of the data processed in violation of the law, as well as to oppose anyway, for legitimate reasons, processing.
Such requests shall be addressed to the Data Controller as mentioned above.
The contents of each e-mail and of any annexes thereto are strictly confidential and destined to the person(s) to which it is addressed.
If you have received by mistake an e-mail, we ask you to please inform us immediately and to delete it from your computer. It is forbidden to copy and to disclose the content of the e-mails. Each unauthorized use of the information contained therein by third parties or by parties anyway not mentioned in the e-mail, may be pursued under the law. This statement is made pursuant to art. 13 of the Italian Legislative Decree no. 196 dd. 30/06/2003 and with reference to the processing of personal data. The data about the e-mail address of the user have been processed for the sending of advertising materials; such data shall not be disclosed to third parties and shall always be processed in compliance with the privacy and security regulations provided by the Law.
Statement about Cookies
Cookies do not record any personal data and any identifiable data shall not be stored. If you desire it, it is possible to prevent the saving of some or all the cookies. In this latter case, however, the utilization of the site and of the services on offer could be compromised. In order to proceed without modifying the options relevant to the cookies it is sufficient to continue with the browsing.
Which Types and Categories of Cookies and for which Purposes?
The Sites utilize different types of cookies, each one of them has a specific function. The Data Controller utilizes the cookies to make the use of the Sites simpler and to best adapt both the Sites and its products to the interests and the needs of the users. Cookies may be also used to speed up the future experiences and the users’ activities on the Sites. Besides, cookies are employed to compile anonymous aggregate statistics that allow to understand how the users utilize the Sites and to improve the structure and the contents of such Sites.
An explanatory list follows.
‘Technical’ cookies are essential for the correct working of the Sites and allow the users to browse the Sites and to exploit their characteristics (for instance, they allow the memorization of previous actions or allow to save the user’s session and/or to perform other activities strictly necessary to the Sites working).
This category includes also the ‘analytical’ cookies, which help to understand how the users interact with the Sites, by supplying information about the last page visited, the number of sections and pages visited, the time spent on the Sites and every event occurred in the course of the browsing, such as for instance an error message, and help to understand every problem that the user encounters in the use of the Sites. This information could be associated to details of the user such as the IP address, domain or browser; they are however analysed together with information about other users, so that no specific user can be identified from the others. These cookies are gathered and aggregated in an anonymous format and allow improving the Sites performance.
Finally, the ‘functional’ cookies allow the Sites to remember the user’s choices (for instance the user name) to provide such user with a more customized and optimized browsing. The functional cookies are not necessary for the working of the Sites, but improve their quality and the browsing experience. If these cookies are not accepted, the performance and functions of the Sites could be less and the access to the contents of the Sites could be limited.
The ‘targeting’ or ‘profiling’ cookies are utilized to show contents that are more appropriate to the user and his/her interests. They may be utilized to display targeted advertising, to publish ad messages customized based on the user’s interests or to limit the number of times the user views an advertisement. Besides, they help to measure the effectiveness of the advertising campaigns on the Sites; the Data Controller could use these cookies to keep track the Sites that the user has visited and share this information with third parties, including agencies and advertisers who could use their cookies to gather information on the activities performed by the users on the Sites.
The ‘sharing’ cookies (or social network cookies) are necessary to allow the user to interact with the Sites through his/her social account and are utilized, for instance, to express an appreciation and to share it with his/her social contacts.
The site employs or may employ, also in combination among them, the following cookies:
- ‘session’ cookies, which are stored on the user’s computer for mere technical-functional needs, for the transmission of session IDs necessary to allow a safe and efficient exploration of the site; they are deleted at the end of the ‘session’ (hence the name) when the browser is closed;
- ‘persistent’ cookies, which are stored on the hard disk of the computer until their expiration or their deletion by the users. Through the persistent cookies, the users who access the sites (or any other users who utilize the same computer) are automatically recognized at each visit.
Third Parties’ Cookies
Through the browsing of our site, you could receive also Third Parties’ cookies, such as those used for Google Analytics, a web analysis service provided by Google, Inc. (‘Google’). Google Analytics employs the cookies to analyse how the users utilize the site. The information generated by the cookies on the use of the website (including your anonymous IP address) shall be transmitted and deposited with the Google servers in the United States. Google shall utilize this information in order to examine your use of the web site, to prepare reports on the activities of the web site for the web site operators and to supply other services relevant to the activities of the web site and to the use of the Internet. Google may also transfer this information to Third Parties when this is required by the law or when such Third Parties process the above information for account of Google. Google shall not associate your IP address to any other information in Google’s possession. You may refuse to use the cookies by selecting the appropriate setting on your browser, but we remind you that in this case it is possible that not all the functions of this website might be utilized. This site could also use some ‘social-plugins’ for the sharing and the communication of contents: their use is optional. When you use one of the plugins, the site shall get in touch, via your browser, with the servers which manage the recalled social sharing services, by communicating them the data you intend to publish and share via your social profile (of which you remain the only responsible) and informing them (the servers) about the pages you have visited. Remember that, in order to exclude this possibility, you can just avoid sharing contents with the use of the social share buttons. For further details about the use and the gathering of data via the following plugins and to know how the data so gathered and transmitted are processed (and for which purposes), we ask you to consult the privacy and legal statements issued by the Owners of the services in question.
How do Cookies Work and How Can You Eliminate them?
The working modes and the options to limit or block the cookies may be adjusted by modifying the settings of one’s Internet browser. Most of the Internet browsers are initially set up to accept automatically the cookies; however, the user may modify these settings to block the cookies or to be alerted every time cookies are sent to his/her device. There are different manners to handle cookies; to this end, it is necessary to make reference to the user manual or to the help display of the browser to verify how to adjust or modify its settings. The user is enabled, in fact, to modify the default configuration and to disable the cookies (namely to block them definitively), by setting the highest protection level.
Find herein below the path to follow in order to manage the cookies from the following browsers:
How to disable the cookies from third party services:
Google Analytics services:
Interaction with social networks and external platforms:
- +1 button and social widgets of Google+ (Google Inc.):
The +1 button and the social widgets of Google+ are services of interaction with the Google+ social network, provided by Google Inc.
- ‘Like’ button and social widgets of Facebook (Facebook, Inc.):
The ‘Like’ button and the social widgets of Facebook are services of interaction with the Facebook social network, provided by Facebook Inc.
- Tweet button and social widgets of Twitter (Twitter, Inc.):
The Tweet button and the social widgets of Twitter are services of interaction with the Twitter social network, provided by Twitter, Inc.
- Pin button and social widgets of Pinterest (Pinterest, Inc.):
The Pin button and the social widgets of Pinterest are services of interaction with the Pinterest social network, provided by Pinterest, Inc.
- Button and social widgets of LinkedIn (LinkedIn):
The button and the social widgets of LinkedIn are services of interaction with the LinkedIn social network, provided by LinkedIn Inc.
- Youtube and Third Party services of Google Inc.:
Youtube is a social network dedicated to the display of video contents and it is managed by Google Inc. with the possibility of integrating the contents inside its own pages.
- Vimeo by Vimeo, LLC:
Vimeo is a social network dedicated to the display of video contents and it is managed by Vimeo, LLC with the possibility of integrating the contents inside its own pages.
The Third Party cookies are not controlled directly by the Data Controller; therefore, in order to revoke the consent, it is necessary to make reference to the Third Party Internet sites or to the site www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/ to obtain information on how you can eliminate or manage the cookies, depending on the browser utilized, and handle the preferences on the Third Party profiling cookies.