The logic applied to the processing of data on the Website is simple. Data is provided voluntarily, and is used solely for the purpose for which it was collected. For no reason will the data be sold or transferred to third parties.
Data that is collected and why
On every request made to a web page, in order to manage the page’s operation (e.g. in terms of analysis, error reporting and recovery) and avoid possible IT crimes, the page’s web server will keep track of the origin of the request.
The request, made by a person, or indeed a search engine or a robot, are recorded in a server log file.
The log file contains general non-identifying data such as:
- The resource (file) or page requested;
- The time of the request;
- The address of the webpage that linked to the resource being requested, if available;
- The IP address of the request.
The log files of this Website reside in the European territory, are automatically deleted at regular intervals and are not used by the managers of the Website except for the verification or resolution of eventual operating issues.
Contact forms and methods
The contact form of the Website, and other methods of contact, such as the provided contact email address and phone number, are means by which you may voluntarily provide data.
In order to send a request via the contact form of the Website, you must enter your name, email address, a subject and a message.
This data is necessary in order to provide an answer, and will not be stored longer than is required to respond to your request, except only in order to fulfil any legal obligations, civil or fiscal regulations, or to perform activities relating to the economic activity and accounting of our company.
Data retention period
The retention period of data collected via the Website varies on a case by case basis. For example, if a request is sent and an answer given, without establishing a customer relationship, the corresponding data will be deleted as quickly as possible, as not required for any further purpose.
Cookies are small text files that a website sends to the browser of the person visiting it. A cookie can have various purposes, the most common being to store relevant data when you log in or to remember preferences, such as your preferred language. They may also have profiling purposes, however this Website does not use profiling cookies.
Cookies may be first-party cookies directly created by the website you are visiting, or third-party cookies created by elements (e.g. scripts, maps, videos) incorporated in the website.
Each individual user, through the settings of his or her own browser, can manage, delete or block such first or third-party cookies.
Below are some links to official guides on how to manage your cookie settings on the most common browsers:
Microsoft Internet Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11
Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=en
Mozilla Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences
Apple Safari: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201265
Given the large number of available browsers and devices (e.g. computers, smartphones, tablets), we cannot include links to every single official guide on this page.
However, via any search engine, you can easily find information on managing the cookie settings of the browser you use.
The first-party cookies used by this Website are technical cookies used to store information about your preferred language and requested URLs, and expire at the end of your browsing session.
Third party cookies - Analytics
The only third-party cookies used by this Website are Google Analytics cookies used to monitor the traffic and performance of the Website itself. These are set in such a way as not to send the visitor’s IP address to Google. Consequently, in accordance with the Italian Privacy Guarantor (https://www.garanteprivacy.it/cookie), they do not require a banner or consent for their use, only mention in this notice.
It is also possible to block Analytics ads through the tool released by Google, available at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en.
Your rights regarding your data
As required by Italian and European regulations, you, the Data Subject, are entitled to make the following requests to the administrators of the Website, where applicable:
- Access to and retrieval of your data;
- Rectification of your data;
- Restriction of the processing of your data;
- Portability of your data, where technically possible;
- Erasure of your data (‘right to be forgotten’).
You may exercise your rights by contacting the Data Controller/Processor by using the standard contact methods available on this Website, or by sending a certified e-mail or registered letter.
In order to exercise your rights, you must indicate the relevant personal data, categories of data or processing in question.
Data Controller and Processor
The Data Controller and Processor of the data of the Wellclima Website is, in the person of Marco Finardi, Multiservizi de Marco Finardi, with registered office in Via dei Ronchi 14, 25020, Capriano del Colle, Brescia, Italy.
How we protect your data
Any data sent to and collected by the Website is treated with utmost care, using the best industry practices, with secure HTTPS protocol connections to prevent the viewing of information by third parties and password protection of locally stored data.
Trademarks and copyright
Wellclima is a registered trademark, whose use is prohibited, unless expressly authorized. All reproduction and copying, in any form and by any means, of content on this Website is prohibited. The download and use of PDF files downloadable from this Website is permitted for personal purposes only. Offenders are legally prosecutable.