Privacy Policy

Privacy policy

Here we describe the processing of Personal Data for Users who visit the site www.cinqueterreinkayak.com

The information is provided in accordance with EU Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR, General Regulation on Data Protection) to those who interacting with this Website may provide their Personal Data.

The information is limited to this site and does not extend to external Web sites that can be consulted via hyperlinks.

By choosing to use this Website, the User acknowledges this Privacy Policy and consents to the processing of Personal Data (in case they are collected) according to what is reported therein.

Consent

Depending on the type of Personal Data, the consent by the User to their processing may or may not be required.
Consent is not necessary for those data that are necessary for the proper functioning of a Website (navigation data, log, anonymized statistics, technical cookies, etc.).
In most other cases (tracking, profiling …) the processing of data requires the consent of the person concerned, who is free to lend it or not.

The GDPR defines the consensus as “free, specific, informed and unequivocal manifestation of will of the interested party, with which he expresses his assent, through a declaration or unequivocal positive action, that the personal data concerning him are subject to treatment” (Article 4).

Type of Data

Navigation data

The computer systems and the software that allow the functioning of the Websites may acquire, during normal operation, some Data that are part of the Internet communication protocols. This information, useful for server management, is not collected to be associated with Users; by their very nature, however, they could allow identification through processing and association with additional information held by third parties (Judicial Authorities, etc.). This category of data includes the IP addresses of those who connect to a site, the URIs of the requested resources, the time and methods of requesting the server, the size of the files obtained in response, the code indicating the status of the server responses , other parameters relating to the User’s operating system and IT environment, etc.
These technical data concerning the connections can be temporarily stored in log files by the Web sites, in order to perform statistical analysis, improve the services offered, and allow controls requested by the Authorities.
The processing of this type of Data does not require the consent of the User.

Data provided voluntarily by the User
Users of a Website may choose to provide (or not) their Personal Data when requested in contact forms, newsletter subscriptions and the like, or used for other communications and services.
Even the spontaneous sending, by a User, of an e-mail message to the e-mail addresses listed on a Website falls within this category and involves the acquisition of the sender’s address and any other Personal Data included in the message.

The User, therefore, can freely decide whether or not to consent to provide their Sensitive Data, but if he chooses not to do so it may be impossible to satisfy his request (for example, in the absence of an e-mail address it will not be possible to send him a Newsletter).

Purposes and methods of treatment

Privacy on this Website:

The consensus here is the legal basis for data processing.

If a User, in an optional, explicit and voluntary manner, decides to provide his / her Data (by sending e-mail, filling out forms or otherwise), he consents to their processing according to what is reported in this Notice.

The Data will be collected and processed exclusively for the provision of the requested services and communications; they will not be used for other purposes, nor will they be disclosed to third parties.
The Data will be protected by appropriate security measures to prevent loss and to prevent unauthorized access; they will be kept for a time compatible with the purpose of the collection.
The original Data will reside on the server providing the requested service and a backup copy of it on another computer.

Data processing will be carried out within the European Union on the Data Controller’s premises using the computerized methods.

Apart from what is specified above, this Website does not collect other Personal Data.
Users are not tracked or profiled.
Rights of the interested party (the User)

The User can exercise his / her rights regarding Personal Data according to the procedures and within the limits established by the Privacy Act in force (GDPR).

Right of access (Article 15)

Right of rectification (Article 16)

Right to cancel (right to be forgotten, art.17)

Right to limit processing (Article 18)

Right to oppose treatment (articles 15 and following)

Right to data portability (Article 20)

These rights can be exercised by contacting the Data Controller.
If the User deems unsatisfactory the answer to his privacy requests, he can contact the competent Authority (Article 79).

Data Controller

The Data Controller, if any, collected from this Website is cinqueterreinkayak.com
The Owner can be contacted at this e-mail address: info@cinqueterreinkayak.com

Cookie Information

Here we describe the Cookie Policy (an integral part of the Privacy Notice) for Users who visit the site cinqueterreinkayak.com

The information is provided pursuant to the provision of the Privacy Guarantor n. 229 of 8 May 2014 (Identification of the simplified procedures for the disclosure and the acquisition of consent for the use of cookies) and in compliance with the general provisions on the subject of Privacy as set forth in EU Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR).

The information provides information on cookies, their use, and how they can be controlled by the user.

By choosing to use this Website, the User acknowledges this Cookie Policy and agrees to their use (if they are present) according to what is reported therein.
General information on cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that a Website can send and store in a User’s browser (assuming that the browser, ie the program used to browse the Internet, allows it); they can be found, read and modified from the Website to a subsequent request coming from the same browser (in the same or in another browsing session).

What are cookies for?

Cookies can have various uses; among these: monitor browsing sessions, optimize the service, automatically authenticate a user, memorize his preferences, profile it …

Types of cookies

Technical cookies

They are used to optimize navigation and to facilitate the use of a Website. They are fundamental for some functionalities and to provide specific services requested by the User. They are not used for further purposes and it is therefore not necessary for the User to provide consent for this type of Cookie.

Session cookies

These are technical cookies that contain information to be reused during the same visit to the site. They have a limited duration to the current session and are deleted when the browser is closed.

Persistent cookies

They remain in the browser for a certain period of time. They can be used for various purposes: from the recognition of the device that connects to the Website to automate the access of a User, to the profiling for advertising purposes.

Statistical cookies (or “analytics”, for analysis and performance)

These cookies collect information about the way in which users use a website and its features. For example, they allow us to detect if a particular User returns to connect at a later time, or to monitor the use of the Website to improve its performance and usability.
If anonymized, they do not require that the User provide consent to their use; otherwise, consent is necessary.

Profiling cookies

They are used to track the User’s navigation with the intent of creating profiles of his preferences, interests, research. This monitoring of navigation is generally used to propose personalized ads: it allows the servers that send advertising to select the ads deemed most relevant for that User.

Third-party cookies

They are set by Web Sites other than the one you are currently visiting. They typically appear when Web pages include external content such as banner ads, maps, social network widgets, etc. For example, if a website contains the social media content sharing button, that button may set a cookie that can be read, even afterwards, by the Social Network; This Cookie is only “hosted” by the Website, but actually belongs to the Social Network: it is therefore a third-party Cookie. The Social Network could track the visits of a specific User on all the sites that contain this type of Cookie.

Cookie management

The use of a Website implies that the User accepts any Cookies.
However, it is possible to choose whether or not to accept: you can in fact browse the Websites without allowing them to use cookies, disabling them partially or totally in your browser.

By refusing Cookies, some sections of the Websites visited may not work properly.
Disabling technical cookies could compromise the use of some features of a Website.
Disabling cookies of “third parties” does not generally affect the navigability and main functions of a Website.

To manage cookies in the program / device used to browse the Internet, refer to its specific instructions. As an example, the options for some of the most popular browsers:

Firefox

Opera

Safari

Chrome

Internet Explorer

Avoiding the persistence of cookies on your device is also possible through what is called anonymous browsing (or incognito, or similar), available in all major browsers: consists of a browsing session that is automatically “forgotten” at the end of the same; history, cookies, etc. they are removed from the browser when the “anonymous” window is closed.

The Your Online Choices website offers further information (information, settings, etc.) on behavioral advertising and online privacy.

If you have any questions, doubts or questions regarding this information, you can notify the Data Controller.

Any updates to this statement will appear on this page.

Last modified: 30 July 2018.

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