Privacy Policy on Cookies

(version 2.0 of 22 April 2022))

Dear Visitor (hereinafter, “You” or the”User”),

This website (https://www.adasta.it, hereinafter, “Site”) is owned by the companyAdasta Media S.r.l. with registered office in Via Privata del Gonfalone, 3 – 20123 – Milan, Tax Code/VAT no. 10128870960 and registration number in the Milan Register of Companies, 10128870960 (hereinafter, “We” or the “Company”).

Since so called cookies are used on our site for various purposes, with this statement we want to explain what cookies are and how they are used on the Site.

Some cookies (so called first party cookies) are transmitted and controlled by us. Using these cookies, the Company collects and processes certain personal information about you. In this statement, pursuant to Art. 13 of EU Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data (hereinafter, “Regulation”) and Legislative Decree 196/2003 (hereinafter, “Privacy Code” and, together with the Regulation, “Applicable Law”), we explain how we collect this data, for what purposes and what your rights are.

Other cookies (so-called third-party cookies), on the other hand, are conveyed and controlled by third parties, as discussed below. In this statement you will find links to information published by these third parties, so please read this information carefully.

If you are not familiar with cookies, please read this policy and the general privacy policy of the Site carefully, so that you can be aware of your choices.

The Company takes maximum account of the right to privacy and the protection of its Users’ personal data. For any information relating to this cookie policy, Users can contact the Company at any time, using the following methods:

  • By sending a registered letter with return receipt to the registered office of the Data Controller in Via Privata del Gonfalone, 3 – 20123 – Milan;
  • By sending an e-mail to: info@adasta.it.

Users can also contact the Data Protection Officer (DPO) at the following email address: dpo@adasta.it.

A. What are cookies and what do they do

Cookies are small text strings sent by the websites visited by the user to their terminal (usually the browser), where they are stored before being sent back to the same websites during the next visit by the same user. (so-called first-party cookies). When browsing this Site, the User could also receive cookies from other sites or web servers (so called third-party cookies); this is because the site could include elements such as images, maps, sounds, specific links to web pages of other domains on different servers. In other words, these are cookies set by a website different from the website currently being visited.

Cookies can have a limited duration to a single browsing session on the browser (so-called session cookies), and in this case they are automatically deactivated when the user closes the browser; or they may have a predetermined deadline and, in this case, they will remain stored and active on your hard disk until their expiration date, continuing to collect information during different browsing sessions on the browser (so-called persistent cookies).

Cookies are used for different purposes. Some are necessary to allow you to browse the site and take advantage of its features (so-called technical cookies). Others are used to obtain statistical information, whether aggregated or not, on the number of users accessing the Site and on how the Website is used (so-called trackingor analytics cookies). Others, lastly, are used to track your consumer profile and make you display advertisements on the site that may be interesting for you, as they are consistent with your tastes and your consumption habits (so-called profiling cookies).

For more details on these different categories of cookies read this notice. Learn how they work and what they are necessary for, and choose freely whether to consent to using or preventing them.

B. Technical instruments

B.1. Technical cookies

Technical cookies are used on the website so you can browse it and enjoy its functionality. These are always first-party cookies, as we manage them directly on our Site.

Some technical cookies are essential to offer you an optimal browsing experience or to allow you to authenticate yourself on the site, for example to make a purchase on the Site or enter your reserved area (so-called browsing cookies). Browsing cookies are normally Session cookies and, therefore, they turn off automatically once you close your browser navigation.

You are clearly free to block the installation of profiling cookies at any time whatsoever and this will not compromise in any way whatsoever the possibility to visit the Website of Origin and benefit of its contents.

Other technical cookies are useful to allow you to store some of your preferences (for example, the language or country of origin) without having to reset them during subsequent visits (so-called functionality cookies). For this reason, functionality cookies are often persistent cookies, because they remain stored on your computer even after the browser is closed until their expiration date or until you decide to delete them.

On this Website, we currently use the following technical cookies:

Cookie Name

Function of cookies

cookielawinfo-checkbox-necessary

Functionality cookies. This cookie is set by the GDPR plugin for consent on cookies. The cookie is used to store the user’s consent for cookies in the “Required” category.

cookielawinfo-checkbox-advertising

Functionality cookies. This cookie is set by the GDPR plugin for consent on cookies. The purpose of this cookie is to verify whether or not the user has given consent to the use of cookies in the “Marketing” category.

cookielawinfo-checkbox-others

Functionality cookies. This cookie is set by the GDPR plugin for consent on cookies. The cookie is used to store the user’s consent for cookies in the ‘Others’

cookielawinfo-checkbox-analytics

Functionality cookies. This cookie is set by the GDPR plugin for consent on cookies. The purpose of this cookie is to verify whether or not the user has given consent to the use of cookies in the “Statistics” category.

cookielawinfo-checkbox-functional

Functionality cookies This cookie is set by the GDPR plugin for consent on cookies. The purpose of this cookie is to verify whether or not the user has given consent to the use of cookies in the “Preferences” category.

cookielawinfo-checkbox-performance

Functionality cookies. This cookie is set by the GDPR plugin for consent on cookies. The purpose of this cookie is to verify whether or not the user has given consent to the use of cookies in the “Performance” category.

Wp-Wpml_current_language

Functionality cookies. Preserves the language chosen by the user for site navigation

__cf_bm (Cloudflare)

Expiration: 30 minutes. Necessary to analyse the type of traffic, to exclude that of bots.

_GRECAPTCHA (Google)

Spam protection function.

B.2. Saving User Preferences

As required by Applicable Law, for the installation of technical cookies, referred to in paragraph B.1 above, your prior consent is not required. Of course you can block the installation of technical cookies by changing browser settings (see paragraph E, n. 1 to see how). Remember, however, that blocking the installation of technical cookies, or subsequently removing them, may compromise in whole or in part the ability to access the website, to use all or part of the site, enable or disable certain functions or to receive certain services.

On the contrary, for the installation of cookies and/or other tracking tools other than technical ones (such as, for example, profiling cookies) your prior consent is required. For this reason, when you access the Site, a special banneris displayed that informs you that, with your prior consent, cookies are used on the Site that do not have a technical purpose and that by pressing the appropriate button provided therein, you can consent to the use of cookies.

Should you express your consent to the installation of cookies in this way, we will keep track of your consent through a specific technical cookie or through other technical methods related to the use of the banner, which allow you to always keep the documentation of the User’s choices up to date. In the latter case, the Company may process, for this purpose, metadata relating to the granular choices made by the User: the possible expression of consent, the detail of the granular purposes for which the User has given consent, as well as the possible choice of the user to continue browsing maintaining the defaultsettings by pressing the relative button provided in the banner.

In this way, we will avoid having you display the banneron cookies during your subsequent visits to the Site and we will keep track of your choices in line with the requirements of the Applicable Regulations.

Please note that, if the Company uses a technical cookie or other means to demonstrate your consent that allows you to keep the documentation of the User’s choices up to date and you delete this technical cookie or other tool used by your browser for this purpose in the manner referred to in paragraph D, no. 1 below, the trace of your consent may be lost and, therefore, during your next visit to the Site the bannermay be displayed again.

C. Monitoring or “analytics” cookies

Analytics cookies are used on the Site to collect statistical information, in aggregate or non-aggregate form, on the number of users accessing the Site and how they visit the Site.

Third-party analytics cookies are installed on the Site only with your prior consent:

Cookies

Link to the information

Cookie category

_ga_*

https://policies.google.com/privacy (information page)

https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en (opt-out): Google Analytics supports an optional browser add-on that, once installed and enabled, disables measurement by Google Analytics for any site a user visits. Please note that this add-on only disables the measurement of Google Analytics.

Reads and counts the pages viewed by the user. Expiration 1 year.

_ga

Reads and counts the pages viewed by the user. Duration: 2 years.

_gid

Reads and counts the pages viewed by the user. Expiration 1 day.

_gat_*

Reads and filters visits from bots.

Expiration 1 minute.

__hssrc

Released by HubSpot. Privacy link https://legal.hubspot.com/privacy-policy.

Session cookies. Archives anonymous statistics. Expiration: at the end of the session.

hubspotutk

Archives and traces the identity of the visitor. Expiration: 6 months.

__hstc

Archives the duration of the visit. Expiration: 6 months.

__hssc

Archives anonymous statistics. Expiration: 30 minutes.

D. How to manage cookies and oppose their use

There are several options for managing, disabling and deleting cookies.

1) Change your browser settings

Follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer of the browser you are using to find out how to manage, disable or delete all cookies:

Make your choices carefully. Blocking all cookies indiscriminately, including technical ones, without providing a specific exception to this website, may mean you could no longer browse the site or use all or part of its features. In addition, by deleting all cookies from your browser, technical cookies may also be removed and, therefore, you may remove the preferences you have set using the Site.

2) Use the interactive tools provided

To disable cookies, consult the information pages of third parties who install analytics cookies (see paragraph C above) to know the tools at your disposal to manage, disable and delete cookies and, more generally, to oppose their use. Remember that by disabling cookies, (i) you object to their use not only on the Site but on all Internet sites where they are used and (ii) the ability to browse the Site and use its functionalities will not be affected in any way.

3) Use the website youronlinechoices.eu/it/

Your Online Choices is a website managed by the non-profit European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA), whose Italian version can be reached at www.youronlinechoices.eu/it/, which provides information on behavioural advertising based on profiling cookies (http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/a-proposito) and allows Internet users to easily oppose (opt-out) the installation of the main profiling cookies installed by advertising operators and used on Internet sites (http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte). Before using this tool, we recommend you to carefully read the general terms and conditions of the Your Online Choices website (http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/condizioni-generali-di-servizio), frequently asked questions (FAQ) (http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/faqs) and the user’s guide (http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/help).

Use Your Online Choices wisely. Although, in fact, Your Online Choices brings together many of the most important companies in the advertising world that use cookies, some of the third parties who install cookies on the Site may not have adhered to Your Online Choices. Therefore, the use of Your Online Choices does not guarantee that you will or will not receive third-party cookies when browsing this website. Remember also that deleting all cookies from your browser, also the technical cookies issued by Your Online Choices to remember your choices could be eliminated, reactivating third party cookies.

E. Methods of data processing and conservation periods

As highlighted in the introduction to this policy, it is possible that the Company collects and processes some of your personal data through the cookies that it transmits directly on the Website or cookies conveyed by third parties acting on behalf of the Company on the basis of a specific deed of appointment as data processor pursuant to Art. 28 of the Regulation (first party cookies). The Company acts as the data controller of this data, in accordance with the Applicable Regulation. We will process your data only by electronic means, in a totally automated way and without human mediation. Therefore, our collaborators will never access the content of your personal data obtained through cookies, which means that they will never be able to access and / or have PII (Personally Identifiable Information), that is information from which it will be possible to identify you directly.

Some of our collaborators, appointed by us in charge of the processing, pursuant to Art. 29 of the Regulation, may carry out maintenance on the computer systems that host your data, without ever being able to access their actual content.

Personal data could be stored on serversmanaged by third parties (e.g. IT system providers) or could be managed by subjects specialised in online advertising, acting as data controllers, pursuant to Art. 28 of the Regulation, on the basis of a specific written appointment by the Company.

Your personal data will not be disclosed to a third party data processor nor will they be disseminated.

Your personal data, collected by the Company through the technical cookies referred to in paragraph B above, will be stored for the time strictly necessary to carry out the primary purposes illustrated in this policy, or in any case as necessary for the protection of the rights of both Users and the Company.

With regard to the duration of the cookies themselves, including third party cookies, and the storage times of the data collected by third parties, please refer to the tables included in this policy.

F. Transfers of personal data to a third country

We inform you that, in compliance with the conditions and guarantees established by the Regulation, your data may be transferred to countries outside the European Economic Area (so-called EEA). These countries may not offer a level of protection of privacy and protection of personal data comparable to that guaranteed by the Applicable Regulations; where the Company will act as data controller we will take the utmost consideration of data security and, therefore, we will proceed in the management of such transfers with all due precautions and guarantees in accordance with the Applicable Regulations and, in particular, in accordance with articles 45 (Transfer on the basis of an adequacy decision) and 46 (Transfer subject to adequate safeguards) of the Regulation.

Specifically, for the provision of the Google Analytics service (referred to in paragraph C above), the Company’s provider, Google Ireland Limited, may transfer the pseudonymous personal data of Site Users outside the EEA, based on the so-called Standard Contractual Clauses and, in particular, to the United States, adopting to this end additional measures to ensure that the transfer takes place in accordance with the Regulation itself. More information about the additional security measures applied by Google Ireland Limited for transfers of personal data outside the European Union can be found within the following resources made available by the supplier: “Regarding international data transfers in Google Analytics” (referred to at the link: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/11609059) and “Safeguards for international data transfers with Google’s advertising and analytics products” (referred to at the link: https://services.google.com/fh/files/misc/safeguards_for_international_data_transfers.pdf). In consideration of the scope of processing, the nature of the data processed and the risks of the processing carried out by the supplier, the Company has considered appropriate the additional security measures that the supplier guarantees to adopt to protect the personal data processed on behalf of the Company itself.

It should be noted that some of the third parties indicated in the tables referred to in this information could – as independent data controllers of the data collected by means of third-party cookies – process the personal data collected by means of the cookies installed on this Site from a location located outside the European territory and, therefore, it is advisable to carefully read their information above for more details on the subject.

G. Your rights

To exercise your rights, or obtain any further information or clarification in relation to this Cookie Policy, please contact the Company in the following ways:

  • By sending a registered letter with return receipt to the registered office of the Data Controller in Via Privata del Gonfalone, 3 – 20123 – Milan;
  • By sending an e-mail to: info@adasta.it.

Users can also contact the Data Protection Officer (DPO) at the following email address dpo@adasta.it.

Under Applicable Law, Users have:

  • the right to withdraw consent at any time, if the processing is based on their consent;
  • the right to access personal data;
  • (where applicable) the right to data portability (right to receive all personal data concerning them in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format), the right to restrict the processing of personal data, the right to rectification and the right to erasure (“right to be forgotten”);
  • the right to object:
    • in whole or in part, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of personal data concerning them, even if pertinent to the purpose of collection;
    • in whole or in part, to the processing of their personal data for the purpose of sending advertising and direct marketing materials, or for carrying out market research or business communications;
  • whereby it is believed that processing of the data is in breach of the Regulations, the right file a complaint with the Supervisory Authority (in the Member State in which the Data Subject normally resides, in which they work or in which the alleged violation has occurred). Supervisory Authority is the Guarantor for the protection of personal data, based in Piazza Venezia, n. 11, 00186 – Rome (RM) (http://www.garanteprivacy.it/).

The Company is not responsible for updating all links that can be viewed in this Cookies Policy, therefore whenever a link is not functional and/or updated, the Users acknowledge and accept that they must always refer to the document and/or section of the websites referred to by the link.

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