What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on the user’s computer when some websites are visited. Cookies are used to store and convey information. Cookies are sent by a web server (the computer used to visit the website) to the user’s browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome etc.) and stored to the user’s computer to be then sent back to the same sites when they are subsequently visited again by the same user.
When browsing a site, users may also receive on their computers cookies sent by other web servers or sites (“third-party cookies”) set by their respective site managers and used for their defined purposes and according to their defined methods.
Cookie types used by this website
Site Own Cookies
www.trentinagency.com only uses technical cookies which, according to art. 122 of the Personal Data Protection Code and the General measure issued by the Italian Data Protection Authority on 8th May 2014, do not require any data subject’s authorisation.
Some third-party cookies may also be placed through the website www.trentinagency.com.
Details on third-party cookies, and the links through which the user can receive more information and ask for these cookies to be disabled, are provided here below.
This website uses Google Analytics. It is a web analysis service supplied by Google Inc. (“Google”) using cookies that are placed on the user’s computer to enable aggregate statistical analyses regarding the use of the visited website.
The data generated by Google Analytics are stored by Google as stated in the Policy Statement available by following this link
Social networks’ buttons and widgets
Social buttons are special buttons available on the website and showing social network icons (e.g. Facebook and Twitter); they enable users who are browsing the site to interact with social platforms by simply clicking on these buttons.
Data processing method
Data processing is carried out by the Data Controller using automated tools. This process does not involve any data dissemination or transmission.
With the exception of technical cookies, strictly necessary for standard website browsing, the decision on data submission is left to the data subject who, after reading the short information contained in a special banner, browses the site and uses services implying the placement of cookies (the same applies to sharing content with social buttons). The data subject can therefore avoid cookies placement by using the special functions available on browsers.
– Without any prejudice to the above information regarding the cookies strictly necessary for website operation, the user can then decide to ban other cookie types by activating the special function made available by the Data Controller through this Policy statement or directly from the user’s browser.
Each browser offers different procedures for settings management. The user may obtain specific information via the links here below.
Microsoft Windows Explorer
– Deactivating third-party cookies is also possible by applying the special procedures specified by third party companies – which can be found following the links listed under the heading “Third-party cookies”
– To obtain information about the cookies stored to user computer and to deactivate them individually, please follow the link: http://www.youronlinechoices.com
Data subject’s rights
The data subject may enforce at any time, by contacting the Data controller sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, the rights mentioned in art. 7 of the Italian Law Decree n. 196 dated 30th June 2003 n. 196, quoted here below.
Art. 7 of the Italian Law Decree 196/2003
1. The data subject is entitled to obtain confirmation as to whether or not data relating to him/her are kept, even if not yet recorded, and to the transmission of such data in an intelligible form.
2. The data subject is entitled to obtain the following information:
a) source of the personal data;
b) purposes of data processing and methods used;
c) logic applied to data processing by electronic systems;
d) identity of the controller, the processors and the appointed representative under article 5, paragraph 2;
e) the recipients or categories of recipients to whom the personal data may be disclosed or who may become aware of the data as the appointed national representative, processors or authorised users.
3. The data subject is entitled to obtain:
a) the updating and amendment of or, if this is the data subject’s interest, additions to the subject’s data;
b) the deletion, transformation into anonymous form (minimisation) or the freezing of data processed in breach of the law, including data that do not need to be preserved in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or subsequently processed;
c) confirmation that the operations referred to under letters a) and b) have been brought to the attention of those to whom the data have been transmitted or disclosed, unless fulfilment of this obligation proves impossible or entails the application of resources clearly disproportionate with respect to the protected right.
4. The data subject is entitled to fully or partially object:
a) for legitimate reasons, to the processing of personal data concerning him/her, even if relevant to the data collection purpose;
b) to the processing of personal data concerning him/her for the dispatch of advertising or direct sales material or for the completion of market research or marketing actions.