iCatalogue GmbH, considers its users “privacy” of basic importance and guarantees that the treatment of personal data is carried out in respect of the rights and fundamental liberties, and dignity of the subject, with particular reference to confidentiality, personal identity and right of personal data protection.
This information is given in Italy abiding by art. 13 of D.Lgs. n. 196/2003 ("Personal Data Protection Matters Code”).
2. INFORMATION COLLECTION
Through the voluntary newsletter service registration process, iCatalogue GmbH collects personal data such as: name, surname, company, professional qualification, e-mail address.
Through the www.icatalogue.com website, iCatalogue GmbH:
IT systems and software procedures that enable the functioning of the www.icatalogue.com website acquire, during their customary use, a series of personal data the transmission of which is implicit in the Internet communication protocols (i.e, users’s IP address or domain name of the computer through which the web is accessed, the requested resources’ URL, time of request or session duration, method ued to submit query to server, the dimension of received files, the numerical code concernign the status of the server’s response and other types of information regarding the user’s operating system and IT environment). iCatalogue GmbH uses such technologies exclusively for the collection of statistics on the website’s use (i.e. total number of visitors on sites, number of visitors per single web page, domain name origin of visitors’ internet service provider).
iCatalogue GmbH uses the personal data collected online in order to offer products and/or services through mailing lists, marketing and advertising, promotional activities for the management of marketed products’ tech support.
iCatalogue GmbH provides customers an easy way to oppose the sending of proposal or information deliveries through e-mail.
You may ask to interrupt the forwarding of such information, proposals and/or offers simply requesting their cancellation.
All information, proposals and/or offers that you will receive by e-mail from iCatalogue GmbH will inform you on how to oppose a future sending.
3. COMMUNICATION AND/OR CIRCULATION OF PERSONAL DATA
We will not “circulate” your data, thus meaning their disclosure to unidentified subjects, in any way, not even by making them available open to consultation.
iCatalogue GmbH, also, manages the information in its website in cooperation with other partners, from which it may receive personal data related to the users of such information.
These online cooperations are governed by specific contracts involving an adequate protection level of treated personal data.
iCatalogue GmbH will not surrender, neither on payment nor for free, personal data of its users to unauthorised third parties.
iCatalogue GmbH guarantees that treatment through electronic tools are executed reducing the use of personal and identification data to the minimum, limiting its use to when strictly necessary tothe achievement of the purposes for which they have been collected.
iCatalogue GmbH also guarantees the adoption and observance of specific security measures to prevent the loss of data, potential illicit or incorrect use of same and unauthorised access.
User data is stored by iCatalogue GmbH until the eventual cancellation order by the interested subject.
We also remind you that, as prescribed in Italy by art. 7 of D.Lgs. n. 196/2003, you may exercise towards iCatalogue GmbH the following rights:
It is each appointed user’s responsibility to guarantee and check the title and custody of their own password and relevant website reserved areas’ access codes.
4. RESPONSIBLE OF TREATMENT
The responsible for the treatment of personsal data collected through the www.icatalogue.com website is iCatalogue GmbH, handler of the iCatalogue service.×
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