In compliance with the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR), the current legislation and the Directive on Cookies, we provide information regarding the processing of the personal data you provide. This information is not valid with reference to other websites that can be accessed in via and voluntary via links on the owner’s website. In this case, therefore, the holder cannot be held responsible for third party sites
Holder of the processing of Personal Data
The data controller carried out through the site is Olivari B. S.p.A., in the person of its legal representative, with registered office in Via Matteotti 140 – 28021 Borgomanero NO – Italy. It is possible to contact the Data Controller by writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nature of the processed data, personal and identification data
Personal data mean “any information relating to an individual, identified or identifiable, even indirectly, by reference to any other information, including a personal identification number”.
Identification data are “personal details that allow the direct identification of the data subject” (such as name, surname, e-mail address, address, telephone number, etc.).
Data provided voluntarily by the user
The optional, explicit and voluntary sending of e-mail messages to the addresses indicated on this site or the compilation of data collection forms, involves the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s address, necessary to respond to requests, as well as any other personal data inserted.
Cookies are text files that are recorded on the terminal (fixed or mobile) of a user following a visit to a website. The files are subsequently retrieved and used by the IT service provider in the event that the user makes visits to the same site.
Cookies are distinguished by the time of their stay in the terminal (PC, tablet, smartphone) and for the ability of third parties to read those registered in the user’s terminal.
The time spent by cookies allows you to distinguish them in:
a) Session cookies: those that, in fact, are deleted automatically every time a browser session is closed. They are not able to generate and acquire personal data nor are users traced. They are used, as a rule, during authentication, authorization and navigation in the services that are accessed.
b) Permanent cookies: they are cookies that remain on the user’s terminal for a longer period of time, that is, until they expire.
There are, however, other types of cookies that are distinguished based on who created them. By virtue of this, cookies are “raw” when they are readable to the domain of those who created them; they are “third parties” when they are created by domains outside the site. These allow you to create site or platform usage statistics. The data generated are kept at the third party.
For more information on cookies and their general functions, you can visit the following website: allaboutcookies.org