21 Novembre 2019
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Introduction to Cesvot

Cesvot is a voluntary organisation with a legal personality that performs the function of a "Voluntary service centre" (VSC) of Tuscany.
The function of VSC carried out by Cesvot conforms to that provided by the existing legislation - Third Sector Code (Legislative Decree No. 117/2017) - which defines, among other things, the purpose of the VSC, the regional scope of intervention (for Cesvot, Tuscany), the types of service to be delivered and the monitoring activities carried out by the control body at national and regional level.

Cesvot’s statutory purposes are promoting support and developing voluntary work in Third-sector entities in Tuscany.
To achieve its statutory purposes, Cesvot provides various types of services and carries out and manages, directly or through third parties, specific activities and events.
The following are highlighted by way of example and not exhaustively:
Services involving the promotion, orientation and regional coordination aimed at providing visibility to the values of volunteering and the social impact of the voluntary action.
Training services aimed at qualifying volunteers or those who aspire to be.
Consulting services, qualified assistance and support aimed at strengthening the competences and protection of volunteers in the areas of legal, tax, insurance, work, planning, management, organisation, social-economic reporting, research funds, access to credit, as well as tools for recognising and promoting volunteering skills.
Information and communication services aimed at increasing the quality and quantity of information useful for voluntary work.
Technical and logistical support services in order to facilitate or promote the operations of volunteers, through the temporary provision of spaces and facilities.

Cesvot also uses specially selected professionals and qualified providers for the purpose of conducting its activities that operate in compliance with the current regulations, including data protection.

Cesvot is part of the national network of VSCs: it is in fact associated with CSVnet - National Coordination of Voluntary Service Centres - since its formalisation in 2003 and works closely with it to provide services and activities for their users, mainly for statistical research and scientific activities of a social nature and for the implementation of improvement and qualification of voluntary work activities within the Third sector.

Moreover, Cesvot is:
certified by Rina with a Quality Management System (QMS) in accordance with standard ISO 9001:2015 for the design and provision of continuous training and higher education activities funded and not, intended for voluntary associations, volunteers, aspiring volunteers, the jobless, the unemployed and the employed.
founding member of the Foundation for research, thought and social innovation of Lucca (2009).
founding member of the Foundation School of High-Level Training for the Third Sector Fortes of Siena (2009).
member of the European network Volonteurope (2010).
training agency recognised by the Region of Tuscany with Regional Decree No. 19483 of 07/12/2018 pursuant to DGR 1407/16 and subsequent amendments (Code Of0053).
entered in the Roc-Communication Operators Register under number 14928. Cesvot’s website and periodic publications are registered at the Court of Florence. The periodical "I Quaderni" also has ISSN and ISBN codes.

Relations with the subjects indicated above and with the National and Regional Monitoring Body, do not usually presuppose the transfer, dissemination or other processing of the personal data of individuals present in Cesvot’s database or in Cesvot’s possession for another reason: in the case of activating offers of services and/or activities that presuppose the need for specific information and specific consent to the processing of personal data by the data subject, Cesvot will be responsible for providing adequate information and documentation before the activation of the aforesaid services and/or activities.


ART. 1 - General information and definitions

1) This privacy policy provides guidance on how Cesvot processes the personal data collected following:
a) the request by the data subject to participate in a Cesvot event or activity or carried out by third parties appointed by Cesvot;
b) the request by the data subject to use a service delivered by Cesvot or by third parties appointed by Cesvot;
c) the interaction in any way and with any instrument, including verbal interaction, between the data subject and Cesvot.

Requests or interactions can occur through various methods, among which we cite, by way of example and not limited to, paper forms, visiting and browsing Cesvot’s website (www.cesvot.it) and the website www.eu-voice.it, the registration and use of the information technology platform MyCesvot (accessible from Cesvot’s website), the use of Cesvot’s social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Flickr) and verbal interaction with those responsible for processing at Cesvot.

2) They define:
a) "Personal data" information directly or indirectly relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.
b) "Data subject" (or "Subject") the person the personal data refers to.
c) "Data controller" the natural or legal person, public authority, service or any other body which alone or jointly with others determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data.
d) "Data processor" who processes personal data on behalf of the Data Controller.
e) "Processing" any operation or set of operations, carried out with or without the use of automated processes and applied to personal data or sets of personal data, such as the collection, recording, organisation, structuring, retention, adaptation or amendment, extraction, consultation, use, communication by transmission, dissemination or any other form of provision, comparison or interconnection, limitation, erasure or destruction.
f) "Data subject’s consent" (or "consent to processing"): any free, specific, informed and unequivocal expression by the data subject with which they express their consent, by means of a declaration or unequivocal positive action to the personal data that concern him/her being subjected to processing.
g) "User" the individual who in various capacities interacts with Cesvot and who, except where otherwise specified, is the data subject of the processing.

ART. 2 - Categories of personal data processed by Cesvot

1) Personal data processed to access Cesvot activities and/or services.
a) Required data: to access activities and/or to use Cesvot services the data subject must provide at least the following personal data: email, name, surname, tax code, full residential address (address, number, town, province, post code).
In the paper or electronic communication forms used to allow access to the activities and/or services required data are marked with an asterisk (*).
Required data requested may vary depending on the type of service or activity the data subject wishes to access.
The necessary data requested cannot usually qualify as belonging to particular categories (i.e. data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs or trade union membership and genetic biometric data, intended to uniquely identify a natural person, concerning a person’s health or sex life or sexual orientation), or relating to criminal convictions and criminal offences.
A user’s membership to an association (or other entity) that processes special data or relating to criminal convictions and offences is not unequivocally considered permission to gain knowledge of such data.
In the case in which the necessary data requested for the activation of specific services and/or activities includes data belonging to particular categories, the user will be required to provide specific consent for the processing.

b) Optional data: the data subject may also be asked for some additional data, whose inclusion is optional and does not affect the possibility of access to activities and/or to use services.
Merely by way of example, the following types of optional data are cited: telephone number, mobile number, qualifications, profession, association (or entity) they are a member of and their role in it.
The optional data requested may vary depending on the type of service or activity the data subject wishes to access.
A data subject who has provided telephone numbers can be contacted for timely communications in relation to the type of service or activity to which they have access.
In any case, these data are processed in order to meet Cesvot’s specific purposes as a Voluntary Service Centre of Tuscany, pursuant to and for the effects of art. 63 of the Third Sector Code (Legislative Decree No. 117/2017) and/or in the legitimate interest of carrying out its statutory purposes.
By providing consent or using the service or participating in the activities, the user provides specific consent to the processing of the data provided.
If the data belong to particular categories of data, explicit consent will need to be provided.

2) Data processed while browsing Cesvot’s websites: after browsing the websites www.cesvot.it and www.el.eu-voice.eu, Cesvot processes personal data that may be constituted by an identification number such as name, surname, tax code, email address and other personal data, content, photos, videos etc. Cesvot will also process an online identifier or one or more characteristic elements of their identity suitable to identify the data subject or make them identifiable (only Personal Data).
Cookies are present within the websites. These are small text files that websites visited by the user send and place on your computer or mobile device, to then be retransmitted to the same sites on your next visit. The cookies that are used within the website are described in detail in the privacy policy present.
Personal data are also processed within Cesvot’s websites such as:
a) Browsing data: in normal operation, the computer systems and software procedures involved in the operation of this websites acquire some personal data which are implicitly transmitted when using Internet communication protocols. This information, which is not collected to be associated with identified data subjects, but by their very nature could, by means of processing and associations with data held by third parties, allow users to be identified. This category of data includes the IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by the users who connect to the sites, addresses in URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) notation of the resources requested, the time of the request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the numerical code indicating the status of the response given by the server (e.g. completed, error, etc.) and other parameters related to the user’s operating system and computer environment. These data are only used to obtain anonymous statistical information on the use of the sites and to check its correct operation and are deleted immediately after processing. The data could be used to ascertain liability in case of hypothetical computer crimes to the detriment of the sites.
b) Data voluntarily provided by the user: the optional, explicit and voluntary sending of data in online forms or email to the addresses indicated on Cesvot’s websites involves the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s address, necessary to respond to requests, as well as any other personal data inserted in the message.
c) Third-party data provided by the user: when using some services of Cesvot websites, third-party sent data sent by you could be processed. With respect to such scenarios, you are acting as an autonomous data controller, assuming all legal obligations and responsibilities. In this regard, on the point you are liable with respect to any dispute, claim, request for compensation for the damage suffered from processing, etc. that Cesvot may receive from third parties whose personal data have been processed through your use of the functions of Cesvot’s websites in breach of the applicable rules on data protection. In any event, if you were to provide or in any other way transmit the personal data of third parties in the use of Cesvot’s websites, you guarantee as of now - assuming any related liability - that this particular processing scenario is based on an appropriate legal basis pursuant to art. 6 of the Regulation that legitimises the processing of the data in question.

3) Personal data processed when registering with MyCesvot.
a) Required data. During the registration phase, the user will be asked to provide the following data: email, tax code, name, surname, password (which is already encrypted in the insertion phase).
Required data are marked with an asterisk (*).

b) Therefore, data requested cannot usually qualify as belonging to particular categories (i.e. data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs or trade union membership and genetic biometric data, intended to uniquely identify a natural person, concerning a person’s health or sex life or sexual orientation), or relating to criminal convictions and criminal offences.

4) Personal data acquired with verbal interaction: in the carrying out of normal work and service, Cesvot may process personal data acquired also only through verbal interaction with the user. Such data are usually used to allow the user access to Cesvot’s services or to perform work activities. An example is the request for information to Cesvot staff by a user who then requires subsequent contact with the simultaneous acquisition by Cesvot of minimum data identifying the user and of the contact method (telephone, email, mobile phone, etc).
Cesvot staff will provide the user with the information relating to the procedures for managing personal data and will acquire verbal consent to data processing, after which these data will be entered in Cesvot’s Information System to process them as indicated in this Privacy Policy. This consent will be tracked within the appropriate sections of the Cesvot Information System and/or on the forms provided.

5) Contact details: when carrying out normal work and service, Cesvot can process personal data, also acquired only through verbal interaction with the user, that can be used primarily or exclusively to contact the user.
Name and surname, email address, telephone number or mobile phone fall under this category of data, any other contact methods indicated by the data subject and the profession/business.

6) Data processed for statistical and marketing purposes.
Cesvot monitors the quality of its processes and services also by analysing personal data, using them to identify the average profile of users and for other statistical processing useful for drafting company reporting documents such as its Sustainability Report, the Assessment of the social impact and Assessment of the skills of volunteers.
In addition to the processing carried out directly by the staff responsible, Cesvot uses Google Analytics for these analyses, a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. ("Google"), which uses the personal data collected when the user is browsing the Cesvot and MyCesvot websites, in order to track and examine their use and behaviour while browsing.
Google Analytics also allows you to compile reports and share them with other services developed by Google.
Google may use your personal data to contextualise and personalise the ads in your advertising network.

7) System log and maintenance: for needs related to operation and maintenance, some of Cesvot’s IT tools or those of third parties used by Cesvot, may collect a System Log, i.e. files that record interactions and which may also contain personal data such as User IP address.

8) The user assumes liability for the personal data of third parties obtained, published or shared via the use of Cesvot’s tools (website, MyCesvot, other communications, etc) and, in the case in which it processes them, guarantees having the right to do so, including the right to communicate or disseminate them, waiving Cesvot of any liability in respect of third parties.


ART. 3 - Purpose and legal grounds

1) Cesvot handles personal data in compliance with the functions and duties provided for voluntary service centres pursuant to art. 63 of Legislative Decree No. 117/2017, and to carry out activities and services directly related to its Articles of Association.
2) The conferral of personal data is necessary to be able to use the services offered and therefore any refusal to provide them in whole or in part may make it impossible for Cesvot to provide them.
3) When browsing Cesvot’s websites, the user’s personal data are acquired in order to permit browsing and to keep the user updated on the activities performed and to publish photos, videos or other content to publicise events and activities. If necessary, the user will be asked for their explicit consent to the processing of the data.
The personal data submitted will be processed using electronic/telematic tools equipped with suitable measures to ensure the security of such data as provided for by EU Regulation 2016/679.

4) Cesvot processes the user’s EMAIL address for various purposes:
a) because the user uses the EMAIL address and password to login to their MyCesvot account. The legal grounds for processing the user’s EMAIL address for this purpose are based on Cesvot’s legitimate interest in protecting the security of the user’s account.
b) because when registering for an activity or a service the user provides a different email address than that possibly already provided during registration to MyCesvot: the user will receive information and updates on the provision of the service also, or exclusively to the address provided when registering for the service or activity. The legal grounds for processing the user’s EMAIL address for this purpose are based on Cesvot’s legitimate interest in providing the service requested by the user.
c) If the user provides explicit consent to receive information on Cesvot initiatives, events and publications, the EMAIL address provided by the user also for sending such information will be processed. The legal grounds for processing the user’s EMAIL address for this purpose are the consent given by the user.
d) You can withdraw your consent at any time by sending an email to info@cesvot.it containing the necessary information to correctly identify the identity of the data subject and the type of data for which the consent to processing is withdrawn.
The data subject may withdraw their consent for all data provided, or for data defined as required (see Article 2 paragraph 1(a)), or for optional data. The withdrawal of consent for all data or even only for only the required data implies no longer being able to benefit from Cesvot’s services. In the case where the data subject is sending a generic request to withdraw consent to the processing of data, Cesvot will apply the withdrawal to all types of data.
e) Cesvot also processes the user’s EMAIL address to associate it with their Cesvot account during interaction with IT support operators. The legal grounds for this processing are the legitimate interest in providing the service. Technicians can access the user’s Cesvot account, if necessary, to help resolve the problem that has occurred.

5) Such processing is based on the principles of correctness, lawfulness and transparency, minimisation, accuracy, integrity, confidentiality and security of data processed as well as the limitation of the retention and preservation and protection of the rights of the data subject.


ART. 4 - Categories of recipients of personal data

1) The data will not be "disseminated", this term means sharing them with undetermined subjects in any way, even by making them available or consulting them.
2) Furthermore, as these data are provided voluntarily for a precise service provision, they will not be disclosed or sold to a third party for any reason without explicit authorisation.
3) The data may however be "communicated", this term means sharing them with one or more specific individuals, in the following terms:
a) internal subjects directly and formally authorised by Cesvot;
b) external subjects directly and formally authorised by Cesvot to carry out a specific service activity, after signing a suitable private agreement requiring compliance with the existing legislation on data protection (GDPR 2016/679), including the confidentiality and security duty in the processing of data. Merely by way of example, the following are cited: consultants, professionals, companies, bodies or other third parties within the limits necessary to carry out the task assigned;
c) to the Coordination of Service Centres at national level (CSVnet) for the carrying out of activities specifically related to the institutional purposes of the two entities and Cesvot’s qualification as a Voluntary Service Centre (pursuant to art. 62 of Legislative Decree No. 117/2017);
d) to third parties in accordance with a summons, a legal order, a court order, legal proceedings or other legal obligations or to implement the available remedies or defend their legal rights.
e) to external subjects who perform activities directly and/or legally related to those of Cesvot, such as for example entities/subjects involved in monitoring, scientific research or for statistical purposes. Merely by way of example, the following are highlighted: National Monitoring Body of Service Centres (pursuant to and for the effects of art. 64 and 65 of Legislative Decree No. 117/2017), the Region of Tuscany in conducting its institutional functions and for the conclusion and management of specific agreements or/and protocols, other public bodies in the performance of specific tasks, ISTAT for statistical and research purposes and universities for research purposes. Where compatible with the applicable legislation and with the aims of the specific processing Cesvot will communicate the data in aggregated and anonymous form.
4) Cesvot may also provide personal information about the user to third parties if the user provides their explicit consent. With the acquisition of consent, Cesvot may communicate the data to third parties also for commercial and/or marketing purposes, or for any other type of activity consented to.


ART. 5 - Processing location and transfer of personal data

1) Cesvot’s legal and operational headquarters are in Florence as well as the regional headquarters. It is also structured into 11 Local delegations, one for each province of Tuscany plus the district of Empoli. The addresses of the offices are available on Cesvot’s website (www.cesvot.it).
2) Cesvot processes personal data at both the regional headquarters and at the Local delegations.
3) It does not transfer the user’s personal data to other countries, whether in Europe or outside of Europe.
4) The activity takes place in Italy.
5) If a transfer of personal data were necessary, for example, to participate in European projects or those outside of Europe, additional information would be provided and specific consent requested.


ART. 6 - Processing methods

1) The data processing will be conducted:
a) using manual and automated systems;
b) by persons authorised to perform such tasks, according to the law;
c) using appropriate measures to ensure the confidentiality of the data and prevent access to them by unauthorised third parties and in full respect of the existing legislation on data protection (GDPR 2016/679).


ART. 7 - Cookies and similar technology (www.cesvot.it and www.eu-voice.it)

1) To analyse how the user and other visitors browse Cesvot’s websites and to compile aggregated statistics about the usage of the sites and on the response speed, Cesvot, with the help of third-party analytics service providers, collects certain information when the user visits the site. Such information includes IP address, the geographical position of the device, browser type and language, the date and time of the request, the length of the visit, page views and elements (e.g. links) selected.
2) Cesvot may use cookies, pixel tags, web beacons, clear gifs or other similar instruments in the website or in EMAIL messages to collect and analyse this information. Cesvot uses this information to provide optimised content and assess the effectiveness of the information provided, identify and solve problems and improve the overall experience on its site.
3) Cesvot also uses cookies installed by other websites on the site to allow users to log in to their social account and share the site’s content via social media networks (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Flickr).
4) If the user does not want them to collect information through the use of these technologies, there is a simple procedure in most browsers that allows you to automatically reject many of these technologies or to choose whether to reject or accept them.
5) Cesvot asks for consent to use these cookies on the site and manages the preferences within its site. Some cookies are however required to allow the basic functionality of the site and you cannot choose to disable them.
For more information or details, visit the section “Cookies privacy policy” in the appendix.


ART. 8 - Updates to the privacy policy

1) Cesvot reserves the right to update this privacy policy in relation to changes made as a result of technological developments and legislation.
To find out when this privacy policy was last amended, refer to the date indicated in the header at the top right corner of every single page.
2) Any changes will be valid when the new version of the privacy policy is published.
3) In the case of substantial changes, a notification will be sent to the user and, if required by the regulations in force, they will be asked to give their consent. This notification will be communicated via EMAIL or published on Cesvot’s website.


ART. 9 - Retention of personal data

1) Personal data are processed and retained according to the consent provided by the user and for the time required by the purposes for which they were collected.
2) Without prejudice to any legal obligations and as indicated in the paragraph below relating to the "Contact details", the data will be retained for a period no longer than necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or subsequently processed: in this regard, it is specified that Cesvot will retain and process the data of the data subject for a period equal to 3 (three) years from the last consent to processing obtained.
3) The "Contact details" may be retained and processed for a different period than indicated in the previous paragraph depending on the actual usefulness of such data.
In any case, the "Contact details" will not be retained and processed once ten years have passed since the last consent to processing obtained.
4) In the article concerning "User rights", you will see a description relating to the right of erasure of the data by the user.
5) At the end of the retention period, or in the event of the withdrawal of the consent to the processing or cancellation request, your personal data will be erased. In such cases, the right to access, erasure, rectification and the right to the portability of the data can no longer be exercised.


ART. 10 - Data controller and Data processor

1) The Data controller is Cesvot Via de' Martelli, 8 - 50129 Florence, telephone number 055271731, email address info@cesvot.it.
2) Cesvot’s data processor is available at the same address and can be reached via email at the address info@cesvot.it.


ART. 11 - User rights

1) The user, pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR 2016/679), has the right to ask for the following from Cesvot:
a) access to personal data (freely receiving information on personal data held by the Controller, as well as obtaining a copy in accessible format);
b) the rectification of data (can request a rectification of incorrect or imprecise data, also if they have become such by not having been updated);
c) the limitation of the processing (data will be retained in such a way as to be able to optionally be restored, but meanwhile, are not consulted by the Controller if not in relation to the validity of the request for limitation);
d) object to processing for legitimate reasons;
e) withdraw consent, to be carried out at any time, with the consequential cessation of processing;
f) erasure of data (right to be forgotten);
g) data portability: on the explicit request by the data subject and in accordance with technological and computer standards requested and those adopted by Cesvot, the data will be transmitted to the subject indicated by the data subject in a format that makes them easy to consult and use.

2) In any case, the right remains to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority for privacy.

3) You can withdraw your consent at any time by sending an email to info@cesvot.it containing the necessary information to correctly identify the identity of the data subject and the type of data for which the consent to processing is withdrawn.
The data subject may withdraw their consent for all data provided, or for data defined as required (see Article 2 paragraph 1(a)), or for optional data. The withdrawal of consent for all data or even only for only the required data implies no longer being able to benefit from Cesvot’s services. In the case where the data subject is sending a generic request to withdraw consent to the processing of data, Cesvot will apply the withdrawal to all types of data.

4) To request the rectification, limitation, object to treatment, erasure of the data or their portability, please send an email to the address info@cesvot.it.






APPENDIX


Cookies privacy policy






Pursuant to Legislative Decrees 69/2012 and 70/2012, we provide the following information relating to cookies provided by Cesvot’s websites - www.cesvot.it and www.eu-voice.it - and by third-party cookies integrated therein.

What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files which are saved on the user’s computer or mobile device. In this section, the term "cookie" means, for convenience, a set of similar technical solutions such as: cookies, flash cookies, web beacons and JavaScript. They do not occupy much space and, once expired they will be automatically removed. Some cookies will expire at the end of the Internet session (so-called session cookies), while others remain stored for a longer, but still limited period (so-called persistent cookies). Cookies can be installed from the site that you are visiting (so-called first-party cookies) or they can be installed by other websites (so-called third-party cookies).

Website www.cesvot.it

How does Cesvot use cookies?
Browser or functionality cookies: On the website, Cesvot uses first-party session and persistent cookies to allow safe and efficient browsing and use of the site and in order to improve the services provided by the site.
Analytical cookies: Cesvot uses third-party cookies of Google Analytics platforms to collect aggregate statistical information on the use of the site by users (number of visitors, pages viewed, time spent on site, etc.).
Social cookies: Cesvot also uses third-party cookies on the Website to allow users to log in to their social account and share the site’s content via social media networks (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Flickr).


The characteristics of the cookies used on the Website are illustrated in the table below.



Cookies
Name
Purpose
Type
Duration
More information
Cesvot
PHPSESSID
dnewco_language
Browsing and functionality
First-party
Session and persistent
_
Google Analytics
_utma
_utmb
_utmc
_utmt
_utmz
Analytical
Third-party
Session and persistent
Google’s policies

YouTube
VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE
YSC
PREF
Social
Third-party
Session and persistent
YouTube’s Privacy Policy




Website www.eu-voice.it

Technical and statistical cookies in aggregated form
Browser and/or session cookies
this type of cookie allows www.eu-voice.it to carry out activities that are necessary for the proper functioning of the site, such as saving the user session and access to the private area.
This type of cookie is deleted after the user closes the browser or logs out.

Cookies to save preferences for optimisation and statistics
this type of cookie allows www.eu-voice.it to save the user’s browsing data to enhance the use of the site’s content, such as the pages viewed, the language set or the currency chosen. These cookies may last longer than session cookies, depending on the settings of the browser or website.

Third-party cookies
This type of cookie allows applications and/or servers external to the website www.sitoper.it to store user data for profiling and compiling statistics.
These cookies may not require the user’s approval.
These cookies are directly managed by third parties, which can track the user data without www.sitoper.it being aware of it.
For more information, services external to the site and their respective Privacy Policies are listed below.

Google Fonts
Service provider: Google, Inc.
Purpose of the service: service for displaying external characters (fonts) on its website
Personal data collected: data types as specified by the privacy policy of the service
Processing location: United States
Privacy Policy (https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=it) Member of Privacy Shield

For spam protection
These services acquire data from users and through various logics distinguish the traffic of real users from that of potential spam threats.

The data acquired and their use by third-party services are regulated by the respective Privacy Policies which we invite you to refer to.

Google reCAPTCHA
Service provider: Google, Inc.
Purpose of the service: spam protection service
Personal data collected: cookies, usage data
Processing location: United States
Privacy Policy (https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=it)
Cookie utilizzati (https://policies.google.com/technologies/types?hl=it)
Member of Privacy Shield

Widget Google Maps
Service Provider: Google, Inc.
Purpose of the service: service to view and interact with external maps on its website
Personal data collected: cookies, usage data
Processing location: United States
Privacy Policy (https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=it) Member of Privacy Shield

Facebook: "Like" button and social widget
Service provider: Facebook, Inc.
Purpose of the service: interaction with the social network Facebook
Personal data collected: cookies, usage data
Processing location: United States
Privacy Policy (https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/update)
Cookie utilizzati (https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/cookies)
Member of Privacy Shield
Twitter: "Like" button and social widget
Service provider: Twitter, Inc.
Purpose of the service: interaction with the social network Twitter
Personal data collected: cookies, usage data
Processing location: United States
Privacy policy https://twitter.com/it/privacy
Cookies used https://help.twitter.com/it/rules-and-policies/twitter-cookies


How to change cookie settings?
You can object to cookies being placed on your hard disk by configuring your browser to disable cookies. Here are the methods offered by the main browsers:
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookie#ie=ie-11
Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=it
Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/it/kb/Gestione%20dei%20cookie
Opera: http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.00/it/cookie.html
Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1677?viewlocale=it_IT

After this operation, however, some features of the web pages may not work properly.

You can also disable cookies:
Google Analytics by downloading a specific browser plug-in which can be found at the following url:https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

Communication and dissemination of data
Data collected using cookies will be processed by Cesvot employees and partners, in quality data processors and managers. Such data may also be processed by companies that we trust to perform technical and organisational tasks on our behalf. These companies are our direct partners and perform the role of data processor.

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