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Types of cookies
This website uses the following types of cookies:
Session cookies: this kind of cookie is necessary for the correct functioning of the website.
Persistent cookies: these cookies are used to collect and analyse movement and use of the website, anonymously. Although they do not identify the user, they can show whether the user has visited the website before and how often. They also allow monitoring of the system in order to improve performance and usability. These cookies can be deactivated without any loss of functioning.
Data will be handled by specialised internal support operators using information technology and telematics. Data will be saved in electronic archives in compliance with minimum safety regulations.
User rights are guaranteed by articles 7, 8, 9 and 10 of Decree No 196 of 30 June 2003. Article 7, in particular, is specifically designed to ascertain and verify the existence or otherwise of personal data, even if the user has not yet registered, and to ensure that this is communicated in an intelligible way. Users have the right to obtain information regarding: a) the origin of personal data; b) the purpose and method of handling; c) the rationale in the case of handling by electronic means; d) the identification of the executive, and the designated legally responsible representatives, in compliance with article 5, comma 2; e) the persons to whom personal information may be given, or who may obtain this information as authorised representatives of the State. Users have right to obtain a) updating, rectification or, when necessary, addition to data; b) cancellation, anonymity or blocking of data which has been handled in violation of the law, including that which it is not necessary to retain for the purpose for which it has been collected and handled; c) certification that the operations in letters a) and b) have been made known, specifying content, to those to whom the data has been communicated or broadcast, except when this is impossible or would call for measures out of proportion to the protected rights. The user has the right to refuse, wholly or in part, a) for legitimate reasons, the handling of their personal information, even if pertinent to the original purpose; b) the handling of personal information for the purposes of advertising or direct sales contact or market research or commercial information.
Information and diffusion of information
Personal data relative to cookies will not be divulged nor will there be diffusion of information.
Handling and Legally Responsible Company
Users are informed that the company handling the data is Kedrion S.p.A with business address Loc. Ai Conti 55051 Castelvecchio Pascoli, Barga (LU); Supervisor for Handling is the Manager for Industrial Relations, Litigation, Personnel Administration, and Internal Regulation (email Privacy@kedrion.com).
Third party cookies
When you visit the website you may receive cookies not only from this website but from websites managed by other organisations and through plug-ins.
The presence of plug-ins allows the transmission of cookies to, and from, all the websites managed by third parties. To understand how management of information collected by third parties is regulated, please see the relevant fact sheet. To guarantee transparency and for your convenience we suggest you consult the following websites about use and management of cookies:
Linkedin information: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy
Linkedin (set up): https://www.linkedin.com/settings/
This website has some of the components transmitted by Google Analytics, a service that analyses web traffic provided by Google Inc (“Google”). In this case the cookies are collected and managed in an anonymous way to monitor and enhance performance of the host website (performance cookies).
Google may also communicate this information to third parties in cases where it is obliged to do so by law, or in those cases where third parties are processing information on behalf of Google.
The user may deactivate the action of Google Analytics in a selective way by installing on his browser the component opt-out, provided by Google. To deactivate the action of Google Analytics go to the following link:
Expiry of cookies
Data is conserved for the following periods unless the user does exercise right of refusal:
Session cookies: valid for the period of navigation
Other persistent cookies: valid for 10 minutes
Google.it cookies : NID valid for 6 months, OGPC valid for 2 months, PREF valid for 2 years.
Google.com cookies: NID valid for 6 months, PREF valid for 2 years.
Google Analytics (GA) persistent cookie: valid for 2 years
Linkedin cookie: valid for the session
Linkedin safety cookie (BSCOOKIE): valid for 2 years
Management of cookies
Warning: the total or partial deactivation of session cookies may compromise the use and functioning of websites reserved to registered users. On the other hand, access to public websites is possible even when cookies have been completely deactivated.
Deactivation of third party cookies has no negative effect on navigation.
Settings can be made in a specific way for different websites and web applications. Furthermore the best browsers consent different settings for first party and third party cookies.
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