Address: Consorzio Incoming Romagna, Via G. Mazzini, 93 - 47042 Cesenatico (FC)
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This website (hereafter “Site”) was created by YYKK snc (www.yykk.com) and its contents are managed by Consorzio Incoming Romagna, which is located at the address Via G. Mazzini, 93 - 47042 Cesenatico (FC). These Conditions of Use apply to anyone who uses the services of this Site.
1. Registration and use of Services
1.1. If a user registers with this Site, the Site allows him/her to use the services present on this Site, including but not limited to the insertion of a text and/or image, as well as the insertion of their own recipe (hereafter “Services”), subject to authentication with the access credentials that will be provided (“nickname” and “password”).
Registration with the Site implies acceptance on the part of the user of these Conditions of Use of Services.
Use of the Services is granted to the user only for personal and not commercial purposes.
1.2. Users who register on the Site grant Consorzio Incoming Romagna:
- the authority to publish and use comments/photos made available by the user via the Site without any limitation and free of charge;
- the authority to reproduce, modify, adapt or develop these photos without any limitation and without any remuneration due to the user;
1.3 Subject to the previsions of the disclosure note on Privacy, the contents of users will be processed by Consorzio Incoming Romagna as non-confidential and can therefore be subject to eventual publication, dissemination or use on the part of Consorzio Incoming Romagna in any way.
1.4 Consorzio Incoming Romagna will not enter into any commitment with the user with regards to the publication of content on the Site.
2. Responsibilities and guarantees
2.1 The user guarantees that every comment that he/her may make is legitimately available, does not contradict any obligatory regulations and does not violate any author rights, trademarks, distinctive signs, patents or other rights of third parties.
It is, however, explicitly prohibited to use the Services to directly or indirectly contravene current Italian laws or those of any other state.
The user will remain entirely responsible in the case of any claims made by third parties with regards to the photos and texts offered and in the case of the violation of any law regarding industrial or intellectual property, as well as in the case of the violation of any other applicable and valid rules and in the case of any damage to third party rights.
2.2 Consorzio Incoming Romagna will not be held responsible in any way for any damages or prejudices that users should suffer resulting from access to the Site, interconnection with the Site, or from the downloading of IT programmes and material from the Site. Consorzio Incoming Romagna therefore accepts no liability whatsoever for any damages, losses or prejudices of any kind that users may suffer due to contact with this Site, or following the use of contents published or software employed.
The content (texts, images, sounds, videos, graphics, trademarks, logos, audiovisual content etc.) of this site is the exclusive property of Consorzio Incoming Romagna and/or third parties, and is protected by the current legislation on the protection of author rights, law n. 633/1941, and successive modifications and additions (hereafter “LdA”). All rights are reserved, including with reference to the elaboration and the means of publication of all text and images. All rights are also reserved as specified in article 102 LdA. Both the extraction and the reuse of all or part of this site’s content by any means or in any form is forbidden. The reproduction, public disclosure, rental and loaning, public rendering (including partial), and diffusion of content without the authority of the holder of these rights is prohibited. All violations will be met with the sanctions specified in regulations in force, and especially in articles 171,171-bis, 17-ter, 174-bis and 174-ter of the abovementioned LdA. Hyperlink connections from other sites to single texts with citation of the source are permitted. Links whose content is inappropriate and irrelevant to the content of this website are not permitted.
The processing of personal data
Consorzio Incoming Romagna adopts the utmost care in the protection of personal data, adopting adequate and necessary measures for the protection and preservation of data in compliance with the national and European guidelines in question, and considering all risks connected to the activities set out above.
Access to some sections of the site and/or eventual information or service requests by users of the site can be subject to the insertion of personal data, whose processing by Consorzio Incoming Romagna, in the person of the data processor, will take place in compliance with the General Regulation on the Protection of Data (EU Regulation 2016/679) and the applicable national legislation.
This disclosure aims to allow users to understand how Consorzio Incoming Romagna processes the personal data of users before accessing the various sections of the site and providing personal data, and it is therefore necessary for the user to view it before providing his/her own personal data through compilation of the designated spaces in the various sections of the site.
Aims of processing
Depending on the needs manifested by the user as he/her accesses the various sections of the site, the aims of the processing of personal data conferred directly by the user through compilation of online forms can be the following:
The registration of users on the website is not requested for the provision of services offered by Consorzio Incoming Romagna. Nevertheless, with the aim of fulfilling any requests made by users regarding such services, these will be invited to provide personal details, which will be processed only for the purposes and times strictly necessary.
Means of processing
Personal data will mainly be processed in an automated way, with rationales that are strictly linked to the abovementioned purposes.
The nature of the provision of personal details of users
The provision of personal details is optional, but this is partly necessary (i.e. in the case of details whose cell is marked with an asterisk) so that Consorzio Incoming Romagna can satisfy the needs of the user with regards to the functioning of the site. The failure to provide details marked by an asterisk, or the partial or inaccurate provision of these details, being necessary for the provision of the services requested, will render this provision impossible; the failure to provide optional personal details that are not necessary, or the partial or inaccurate provision of these details, will have no consequences.
Categories of personal details that are subject to processing
As well as personal details provided directly by users (such as name, surname, postal address, email address, e.t.c.), during interaction with the site, information systems and software procedures employed by the site indirectly acquire some personal data, the transmission of which is implicit in use of Internet communication protocols.
Such details are processed only to carry out anonymous statistical investigations.
Categories of parties who may come to know the personal details of users
Personal details can become known to employees or collaborators of the Marketing Office of the Data Controller, who, operating under the direct authority of the Data Controller, are named as responsible or charged with processing in accordance with articles 28 and 29 of the European Regulation and who will receive adequate operational instructions in this regard; the same will take place – under the attention of the named Data Processor – with regards to employees or collaborators of the Data Processor.
Scope of communication or diffusion of the personal details of users
Personal details provided directly by users via completion of online forms will not be communicated to third parties or publicised, except in the case of the publication of the names of the winners of any prize competitions promoted by Consorzio Incoming Romagna via their site.
Data Controller and Data Processor
Consorzio Incoming Romagna, located at the address: Via G. Mazzini, 93 - 47042 Cesenatico (FC)
THE RIGHTS OF USERS
European Regulation recognises the right of interested individuals (those who provide their own details) to request access to and receive a copy of their own personal details from the data controller ( Consorzio Incoming Romagna).
In particular, in accordance with article 15 of the Regulation, every interested individual has the right to obtain, from the data controller, confirmation of whether or not personal details relating to him/her are being processed and, in such cases, to obtain access to their personal details and to a series of other information, including:
The interested individual also has the right
to ask the data controller to rectify or delete their personal details, in accordance with articles 16 and 17 of the Regulation, or limitation of the processing of personal details concerning him/her or to oppose their processing in accordance with articles 18 and 21.
As stipulated in article 20, the Regulation also guarantees the right to the portability of personal details.
Furthermore, all rights accorded by national regulations are also expressly recognised.
All interested individuals can revoke their consent regarding the processing of their details and lodge a complaint with the Privacy Guarantor, as stipulated in the regulation in force.
The procedure for exercising the rights specified in articles 15 and 22 of the Regulation and for obtaining a list of the Data Processors
At any time, the user can exercise the rights specified in articles 15-22 of the Regulation as well as obtaining a complete list of the Data Processors by sending an email to the address of the Data Controller (email@example.com) or by sending a letter via post to the address: Consorzio Incoming Romagna Via G. Mazzini, 93 - 47042 Cesenatico (FC)
Furthermore, the user, if consent has been given, can oppose the processing of their personal details for the aims detailed in point b) (marketing activities), carried out via the email address of the user in question, by clicking on the relevant “link” present in every email message.
The procedure for modifying the user’s “profile”
At any time, the user can modify the data provided or delete their own profile by using the “Modify details” function present on the website, or by sending an email message to the Data Controller (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by sending a letter via post to the address: Consorzio Incoming Romagna Via G. Mazzini, 93 - 47042 Cesenatico (FC)
What are cookies?
Cookies are small strings of text that a website can send to the user’s device (whether PC, smartphone, notebook, tablet: they are normally saved directly by the browser used during navigation) during navigation. The website that has transmitted them can then read and register the cookies found on the device to obtain information of various kinds.
Cookies cannot cause damage to your computer, and we carefully select all third party providers who can set cookies for marketing aims.
Types of cookie:
There are two basic macro-categories, with different characteristics based on the aims of those using them:
TECHNICAL COOKIES can be subdivided into:
Detailed information can be found below.
These cookies are necessary for allowing navigation within the website and using its functions, such as making a purchase or authenticating access to reserved areas.
These cookies collect information regarding the ways in which users interact with the site – for example, which pages are most frequently visited – rather than eventual error messages that the user receives from web pages during navigation.
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Google Adwords & Google Remarketing Cookies
The user can disable Google Analytics cookies by downloading a specific plug-in for the browser, which can be found at the following URL: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
These cookies allow the site to “remember” the choices made by you (such as your user name, language, any products selected for purchase) with the aim of improving the service provided.
PROFILING COOKIES aim to create profiles relating to the user and are normally used to send advertising messages that are in line with the preferences demonstrated by the user during their online navigation.
Cookies can also be classified as:
Which cookies are used on this site?
You can decide whether to allow the placing of cookies on your computer or not, but the functioning of this website is optimised when all types of cookie are enabled. The settings regarding cookies can be checked and modified in the “Preferences” of your browser.
Select the browser that you are using from the list below, for information on how to modify cookie settings.
If you disable cookies, this could lead to the deactivation of some functions of the site.Even with cookies disabled, your browser will continue to memorise a small amount of information. This information is necessary for the basic functioning of the site.