PURSUANT TO ARTT. 13-14 UE REG 2016/679 (GDPR)
The methods adopted by Boart & Wire S.r.l., with registered office at via Astico, 40, Fara Vicentino (VI) , VAT no. 03273840243, to process personal data (those of users of the site and of the company’s suppliers and customers), in a capacity as Data Controller, are described on this page.
The privacy statement does not apply to any other websites consulted by the user via links.
This document may be revised in the future. Specific privacy statements and any necessary requests for consent will be made available whenever other processing operations are proposed, differing from those regulated in this statement.
TYPES OF DATA COLLECTED
|Purpose of processing||Data subject and data processed||Legal Basis||Nature of conferment||Deadline for erasure|
|sales management (pre-contractual and contractual) and supply of the service, customer satisfaction assessment||customers (natural persons), customers’ working associates/employees: personal and contact details|
- performance of a contract to which the data subject is a party or taking steps prior to the contract at his/her request
- compliance with a legal obligation to which the data controller is subject
- to safeguard the legitimate interests of the data controller
|mandatory: the conferment is necessary for the supply and handling of the service requested ||Subject to any obligations laid down by the law, personal data will be processed for the period necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected. Boart & Wire may however retain data for a longer period in order to deal with any complaints/disputes connected with the working relationship between the parties.|
|purchasing management (goods and services) and related formalities, supplier performance assessment||suppliers’ working associates/employees, suppliers (natural persons): personal and contact details|
|economic-financial management and related formalities||customers (natural persons), suppliers (natural persons): personal details, bank coordinates |
|assessment of candidate for recruitment as employee/ working associate||potential employees/working associates: personal and contact details, home address, data supplied|
- performance of a contract to which the data subject is a party or taking steps prior to the contract at his/her request
- for any special categories of data as defined in art. 9 GDPR: processing of personal data which are manifestly made public by the data subject
|optional: failure to supply data could make it impossible to assess and handle the application received from the candidate|
|replying to and handling requests received via mail||potential customers, subjects requesting information by mail or otherwise: personal and contact details, data supplied||optional: failure to supply data could make it impossible to supply the service requested by the data subject|
|replying to and handling requests received via contact form ||subjects requesting information via website: personal and contact details, data supplied||The conferment of the data indicated in the form as “obligatory” is mandatory as necessary for the handling of the request received |
|sending out newsletters||visitors to website who have completed newsletter subscription form, requesting that it be sent ||- consent from data subject||optional: failure to supply data could make it impossible to supply the service requested by the data subject||Until consent is withdrawn, an option available at the foot of every newsletter sent..|
We inform you that, in keeping with the provisions of art. 130, paragraph 4 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, the e-mail addresses provided by customers in connection with the sale of a service/supply of a product may, in any event, be used by the Data Controller for purposes related to the sale of products and services similar to those covered by the contract already entered into. The customer may request, at any time, that this material no longer be sent, using the Boart & Wire S.r.l. mail address indicated or using the link for this purpose included in communications received.
Boart & Wire S.r.l. does not knowingly use its website to request data regarding minors under 14 years of age.
The data used for each of the purposes described above will be processed using paper-based, computerised or online methods capable of guaranteeing that operations are carried out in secure and confidential conditions.
The data collected (solely personal data) may be transferred to countries outside the EU, for the aforementioned purposes: when this occurs, Boart & Wire S.r.l. undertakes to guarantee adequate levels of protection and safeguards in accordance with legislation applicable.
The Data Controller undertakes to comply with specific security measures to prevent the loss of data, unlawful or incorrect use or unauthorised access, fully in accordance with current legislation and regulations.
SUBJECTS INVOLVED IN PROCESSING
Data collected may be processed, solely for the purposes indicated, by Boart & Wire S.r.l. staff or by third parties, such as:
- the Data Controller’s customers and/or suppliers, when disclosure is necessary for the performance of a service supplied and/or requested (e.g. shipping agents, transportation companies)
- companies that provide maintenance services for computer systems or deal with the maintenance and running of the website;
- professional studios, companies providing the Data Controller with assistance and consultancy services (accountant, employment consultant, internal auditors, banks, …)
- any public bodies that may be authorised, to the extent permitted by legislative provisions, regulations and contractual terms.
The Data Controller will provide an up-to-date list of all data processors upon request.
RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECTS
The subjects to whom the personal data refer may exercise the rights described in articles 15 to 21 of EU Regulation 2016/679, adopting the procedures referred to in art. 12 of EU Regulation 2016/679, and, accordingly:
- to obtain access to personal data and the rectification or erasure thereof or to the restriction of the processing of data regarding them, or to object to the processing, as well as the right to data portability;
- to withdraw their consent at any time, when the processing is based on article 6, paragraph 1, letter a), without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on consent given before its withdrawal;
- to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
Any request of this nature may be transmitted to the following e-mail address: email@example.com or sent to: Boart & Wire S.r.l., via Astico, 40, Fara Vicentino (VI) .
a) Navigation data
The Website uses log files that store information collected in automated form while users visit the site. The following types of information may be collected:
- Internet protocol (IP) address;
- type of browser and parameters applying to the device used to connect up to the site;
- name of the Internet service provider (ISP);
- date and time of visit;
- web page from which the visitor was directed (referral) and which he or she left;
- possibly the number of clicks.
The above information is processed in automated form and collected exclusively in aggregate form in order to verify that the site is functioning correctly, and also on security grounds. This information will be processed in the legitimate interests of the Data Controller.
Data registered automatically may, for security purposes (antispam filters, firewall, virus detection) also include personal data such as Ip address, which may be used, in accordance with current data protection legislation, in order to stop attempts to damage the website or other users, or activities in any way harmful or constituting unlawful conduct. These data are never used to identify or to profile the user, but solely to protect the website and its users; this information will be used in the legitimate interests of the Data Controller.
A cookie contains a small set of data that are sent to the user’s browser by a web server and can only be read by the server that transferred it. It is not an executable code, nor does it transmit viruses.
Cookies do not record any personal information and data capable of identifying a user will not be stored. If you wish, you can block some or all cookies saved. If you choose to do this, however, it may prejudice the use of the site and services offered. To proceed without modifying cookie options, simply continue browsing the site.
The types of cookies used by the site are described below:
There are a large number of technologies used to store information on the user’s computer, which are then gathered by the sites. Among these the best known and most widely-used are HTML cookies. These are used for browsing and to facilitate access and use of the site by the user. They are necessary for the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network, or to the Supplier to provide the service requested by the customer.
The settings to manage or remove cookies may vary depending on the Internet browser used. In any case, the user can manage or request the general disablement or deletion of cookies by changing the browser settings. This deactivation can slow down or prevent access to some parts of the site.
The use of technical cookies allows for the safe and efficient use of the site.
From the point of view of duration, a distinction can be made between temporary session cookies that are automatically deleted at the end of the browsing session and are used to identify the user, thus avoiding the need to log onto every page visited, and persistent cookies, which remain active on the user’s computer until expiry or deletion by the user.
Session cookies may be installed in order for the user to access and remain in the reserved area of the website as an authenticated user.
They are not stored permanently but only while browsing the site. They disappear when the browser is closed. Their use is strictly limited to the transmission of session identifiers consisting of random numbers generated by the server so as to allow safe and efficient exploration of the site.
A brief description of technical cookies used on our website is given below:
|Cookie key ||Domain||Path||Type||Expiration||Description |
|ASP.NET Sessionld||stage.boartandwire.com||/||Firt-party||Session||General purpose platform sess1on cookie, used by sites written with Miscrosoft .NET based technologies. Usually used to maintain an anonymised user session by the server. |
Third-party cookies, assimilated to technical cookies
Cookies are distinguished, with reference to their origin, between those sent to the browser directly by the website being visited and third-party cookies sent to the computer by other websites and not that being visited.
Persistent cookies are often third-party cookies.
Our website uses third-party cookies (solely third-party cookies assimilated to technical cookies) to manage statistics. In particular, our website uses Google Analytics: this is a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”) that utilises cookies deposited on the User’s computer so that statistical analyses of the use of the website being visited can be carried out in aggregate form. We inform you that tools have not been introduced to reduce the identification potentiality of the cookies (by masking significant parts of the IP address) and the third party is not able to cross-reference the collected data with other information it already has at its disposal. With these cookies we supply the name of the third parties handling them, and the link to the page on which the User may receive information regarding processing and give his or her consent. A brief description of cookies of this type used on our website is given below:
|Cookie key||Domain||Path||Type||Expiration||Description |
|NID||.google.com||/||Third-party||6 months||This cookie is set by DoubleClick (which is owned by Google) to help build a profile of your interests and show you relevant ads on other sites.|
Our website does not use profiling cookies.
Profiling cookies are those designed to create profiles relating to the user and are used to send advertising messages that reflect the preferences shown by him/her when browsing the Web.
When these types of cookies are used, the user must give his or her express consent.
These cases are regulated by article 22 of EU Regulation 2016/679 and article 122 of the Data Protection Code.
Social Buttons are buttons found on the website that illustrate the social network icons (Facebook, Twitter, etc…) and allow Users browsing to interact directly with the social network platforms with a click. The Social Buttons used by the website are links that direct the User to the data controller’s account on the social networks illustrated. Third-party cookies are not therefore installed on the site by using these buttons. The references to Social Buttons used by the website, and the links with which the User can view the privacy statement relating to the handling of data by the Social Network accessed by the buttons, are set out below
- Facebook (Facebook Inc.) button
The button provides a means of interacting with the Facebook social network, provided by Facebook, Inc.
- LinkedIn button
- Instagram button
- YouTube button
Navigation without cookies
In general, apart from the type of cookies used by this website, we wish to inform Users that, in addition to the protection provided by legislation currently in force, options are open to users that permit navigation without cookies, such as, for example, the following:
✓ Blocking third-party cookies
Third-party cookies are not generally essential for navigation, so you can refuse them by default, by means of the functions designed for this purpose on your browser.
✓ Activating the option Do Not Track
The option Do Not Track is found in most of the latest generation of browsers. Websites designed to respect this option, whenever activated, should automatically cease to collect certain navigation data. As already pointed out, however, not all websites are set to respect this option (discretional).
✓ Activating the "anonymous navigation" method
With this function, you can navigate without leaving any trace of navigation data on the browser. The sites will not remember you, the pages you visit will not be memorised in the history and new cookies will be deleted.
The anonymous navigation function does not however guarantee anonymity on the Internet, as its purpose is merely to avoid keeping navigation data in the browser, whilst your navigation data will continue, on the other hand, to remain available to website operators and connection providers.
✓ Eliminating cookies directly
Specific functions are provided to achieve this in all browsers. Remember however that every time you connect to the web, new cookies are downloaded and the deletion operation should therefore be carried out on a periodic basis. When required, some browsers offer automated systems that delete cookies periodically.
For further information and assistance, a specific help page is available for the particular web browser being used:
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies