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Privacy protection policy of the website Inobeta.net

Thank you for visiting us, we want to highlight Inobeta’s commitment to protecting the privacy of its website users and invite you to carefully read this document.

On this page, we describe the management rules of the inobeta.net website regarding the processing of the personal data of visitors who consult it. By visiting this site, you accept the terms and conditions outlined below. If you do not agree on these terms, we kindly ask you not to access the services offered by Inobeta via the web and not to use them.

The personal data collected through this website are processed with automated tools and for the strictly necessary time to achieve the purposes for which they were collected. Specific and suitable security measures are observed to prevent data loss, unlawful or incorrect use, and unauthorized access.

The personal data provided by users who submit requests are used only to fulfill the requests and are communicated to third parties only if strictly necessary and functional to this purpose, in compliance with the specific information provided under Art. 13 D.lgs. 196/03. The data are processed by personnel specifically appointed for processing, within the limits necessary for the performance of their duties, carrying out only necessary operations.
Please note that this privacy policy is provided only for the inobeta.net website and not for other websites that may be accessed by the user through links.

We reserve the right to modify, add or remove parts of this privacy policy, notifying the interested third parties by publishing the changes on our website. Each user is required to periodically check this page to verify any changes made after the last consultation of the website. In any case, the use of the website and its services implies acceptance of any changes made in the meantime.

The Privacy Policy of the Inobeta website is governed by Italian law and in particular by Legislative Decree no. 196 of June 30, 2003, “Code regarding the protection of personal data”.

The content of this page is also inspired by:

  • Recommendation n. 2/2001 that the European authorities, for the protection of personal data, gathered in the group established by Article 29 of Directive No. 95/46/CE, adopted on May 17, 2001, to identify some minimum requirements for the collection of personal data online, and in particular, the methods, timing and nature of the information that data controllers must provide to users when they connect to web pages, regardless of the purposes of the connection;
  • Directive 2002/58/CE, as amended by Directive 2009/136/CE, concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector.
Types of data processed

The data that Inobeta collects through its website are mainly distinguished between Cookies (as indicated in the cookie policy below) and data that the user intentionally and voluntarily sends (e.g. filling out web forms, sending e-mails, etc.).

Cookie Policy

Inobeta uses cookies through this website in the forms and ways described on this page. By using the website, you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with the terms and conditions described below.

What are cookies

Cookies are pieces of information that the website inserts in the user’s browsing device when they visit a page. They can involve the transmission of information between the latter and other sites that operate on behalf of Inobeta s.r.l.s or privately, in accordance with the respective Privacy Policy. The user can decide to disable all cookies by changing the settings of the program used for browsing (browser). However, by disabling cookies, some of the services may not work properly and the user may not be able to access many features designed to optimize the browsing experience. For further information on managing or disabling browser cookies, please refer to the last section of this Cookie Policy.

For further information on cookies and their general functions, please visit an informative website such as allaboutcookies.org. See the complete and explicit list of cookies at the bottom of the page.

Purposes for which we use them

Cookies have multiple functions. They help the manager of a website understand how the site is used by users, allow the user to navigate the various pages of the site more efficiently, help remember expressed preferences, and so on. Through Cookies, it is also possible to obtain commercial information that, for example, helps the manager of a website understand which products the user is more interested in and which of these products they consider more important.

Types of cookies we use

The cookie that can be used on our website fall into the categories described below.

Session and permanent cookies

Cookies can expire at the end of a browsing session, which is the period of time between the user opening and closing a window, or they can be stored for a longer period of time.

Permanent cookies: they remain on the device even after the user has left the website until they delete them or until their expiration date, if set by the website manager.

First-party and third-party cookies

A cookie is “first-party” or “third-party” based on the website or domain from which it originates.

First-party cookies are cookies set directly by the websites visited by the user or by the website whose address was typed by the user (displayed in the URL window).

Third-party cookies are cookies set by a website other by the one visited by the user. A third-party cookie is referred to in cases where the user visits a website and a third party, other than the manager of the visited site, releases a cookie through it.

Technical, performance, and functionality cookies

Based on the purposes pursued, the cookies used by the websites can be further divided into three categories, as illustrated below.

Strictly necessary or so-called “technical” cookies are essential for browsing the websites being visited and using some of their functionalities. Without these cookies, some online services requested by the user (such as access to reserved areas) cannot be provided. With this type of cookie, our website do not collect any personal information from the user, who cannot be identified in any way through cookies alone.

Performance cookies collect anonymous information and allow us to understand how users interact with our website. For example, they tell us which pages are most visited, the time spent on the site, any error messages, etc. The performance cookies we use only collect information on an aggregated and anonymous basis and serve to improve the functioning of the websites and the browsing experience of users. To learn how to delete or manage performance cookies, please refer to the last section of this page.

Functionality cookies allow our website to remember the choices made by the user (such as text font size, language preference, country of residence, etc.) and to provide the personalized functionalities selected. In some cases, these cookies can also be used to offer online services (such as live chat service) or to avoid proposing services of messages that the user has already refused in the past. Our website releases this type of cookie on the browsing device used by the user in a completely anonymous way. To learn how to delete or manage functionality cookies, please refer to the last section of this page. It is important to remember that if the user deletes this type of cookie, the selected preferences and/or settings will not be stored for future visitis.

How to manage or delete cookies

The majority of internet browser are initially set to accept cookies automatically. The user can change these settings to block cookies or to be notified every time cookies are sent to the browsing device. In addition, at the end of each browsing session, the user can delete the collected cookies from their device. There are several ways to manage cookies. Please refer to the specific instructions of the browser used. If the user uses different devices to view and access the websites (such as computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.), it is their responsability to ensure that each browser on each device is set to reflect the expressed preferences regarding cookies. For further information on managing cookies, please visit the page https://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/

By selecting the links below, you can access specific instructions for managing cookies through some of the main browsing programs.

Microsoft Windows Explorer
Google Chrome
Mozilla Firefox
Apple Safari
If the user does not use any of the above-mentioned browsers, they can still select “cookies” in the relevant section of the guide to discover where the cookie folder is located.

Google Analytics

Inobeta s.r.l.s. uses Google Analytics service provided by Google Inc. for the management of the website.

Google Analytics, in turn, releases cookies that generate information about the user’s use of the website (including the IP address used by the user), collected by Google anonymously. Google stores the collected information on its server in order to track and examine the use of the website, compile reports and statistics on the activities and use of the website on behalf of Inobeta s.r.l.s.. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required by law or where such third parties process the aforementioned information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate the user’s IP address with any other data owned by Google. For further information, please refer to the page https://www.google.it/analytics/learn/privacy.html

The user can also refuse to accept cookies released by Google Analytics at any time by disabling their use by our website, by installing the add-on by connecting to page https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it

Social buttons e widgets

On our website, you can also find social buttons/widgets, which are special “buttons” featuring the icons of social networks (such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google Plus, etc.). These “buttons” allow user browsing the website to reach and interact with social networkds directly with a single “click”. By clicking on social buttons/widgets, the social network acquires data related to user’s visit. Outside of these cases, where the user voluntarily wants to share their browsing data with the selected social networks by clicking on the social buttons, Inobeta s.r.l.s does not share any browsing information or user data acquired through the website with the social networks accessible through the social buttons/widgets. For further information, you can consult the privacy policies of the individual social networks accessed through our website via the social buttons.

You Tube and Google Plus

Data voluntarily provided by the user

Email: the spontaneous sending of emails to the email addresses indicated on our website entails the acquisition by Inobeta of the sender’s address necessary to respond to requests, as well as any other personal data, including attachments, included in the message. The email accounts assigned to the addresses indicated on our website and any other email account of Inobeta do not have a personal nature even when they include the name and/or surname of a natural person. They belong to the organizational structure of Inobeta and have the primary purpose of enabling work activities within the company. Therefore, in order to ensure maximum organizational efficiency in communications and the provision of services, messages sent to our email accounts may be known not only by the recipient but also by other people belonging to Inobeta’s organization. By sending emails to the email addresses indicated on our website, the user declares to have read and accepted the processing conditions contained in this privacy policy.
Web form completion: the voluntary submission of personal data and registration for services, initiatives, etc. through the completion of specific web forms entails the acquisition by the data controller of all data entered by the user in the fields filled out, and the consequent processing in accordance with what is reported in the specific information provided for each individual web form.

Place of processing

The data processing related to the web services of Inobeta’s website takes place at the data controller’s premises. With regard to the information generated by third-party cookies used by our website, this is communicated to Google Inc. and takes place on Google’s servers in the United States.

Nature of data provision

Apart from what is specified for browsing data, the user is free to provide the personal data necessary to fulfill their specific requests. Failure to provide such data may result in the inability to obtain what is requested.
It should be noted that in some cases (not related to the ordinary management of this website), judicial authorities may request certain types of data. In this case, the company is obliged to communicate such data to the aforementioned authorities.

Use of the website by minors under 18 years of age

Users who have not yet reach 18 years of age can freely browse our website. However, they cannot use the services that require registration or the provision of data and information. Registration and use of the services made available through Inobeta’s website are only permitted to those over the age of 18. No one under this age limit should register on the website or use the services provided through it.

Scope of dissemination and communication

The data voluntarily provided by users (e.g. for the submission of specific requests, registrations for services, purchases, etc.), may only be communicated to third parties if strictly necessary and functional for the purposes of the processing, in compliance with the specific information provided pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196/03 e EU 679/16. Then data may then be known and processed within Inobeta by personnel expressly designated as responsible and/or controllers of the processing according to their respective authorization profiles. Controllers and processors may carry out the operations of consultation, use, processing, comparison, and any other appropriate operation, even automated, only in cases where they have been expressly authorized to do so. In the case of an explicit request and in circumstances authorized by law, the data may be communicated by Inobeta to the Public Security Authorities and the police. With regard to the information generated by third-party cookies used by Inobeta’s website, this is communicated to Google Inc. within the limits indicated on this page.
No browsing data is disseminated in any way.

Rights of the data subjects

Regarding their personal data, the data subject can exercise at any time the rights recognized by the Code on the protection of personal data (Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 and EU 679/16 regarding the request for deletion of their browsing data). For example, the data subject may request confirmation or denial of the processing of personal data concerning them, their communication in an intelligible form, the origin of the data, deletion, integration, updating, rectification, etc., and all other rights provided for in Article 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, within the limits and conditions provided for in Articles 8, 9 and 10 of the aforementioned decree, and EU 679/16, within the limits and conditions set out in Chapter II of the aforementioned decree.
For any further information regarding the processing of your data, and to exercise the aforementioned rights, you can contact the Data Controller, or write to the address info@inobeta.net

Data Controller and Data Processor

The Data Controller is Inobeta s.r.l.s., with registered office at via Carlo Zotti 20, Forlì (FC).
The Data Processor is Luca Palumbo, domiciled for this position at the headquarters of the Data Controller.

Last modification date

The last modification to this policy was made on 15/05/2018.

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