Privacy Policy

The present website (henceforward, “the Site“) provides information on SCALO FLUVIALE SCOCIETA’ COOPERATIVA (“the Company”), but is also used to collect data. Therefore, this notice is in accordance with Legislative Decree No. 196 (June 30th, 2003), the “Personal Data Protection Code” (“the Code“), for users of https://www.scalofluviale.com

This policy is intended to describe how the Site is managed with reference to the processing of users’ personal data, as well as explain to users how, and to which ends, the Company processes any personal data they’ll choose to provide. The policy only applies to the aforementioned website and does not concern any sites that may be visited by users via external links.

This policy is also inspired by Recommendation No. 2/2001, adopted by the Eurpean authorities for personal data protection on May 17th 2001. A Data Protection Working Party was established by Article 29 of Directive 95/46/EC, in order to identify minimum requirements for collecting personal data online – especially with reference to arrangements, timing and contents of the information to be provided by data controllers to users visiting web pages, for whatever purpose.
Users are recommended to carefully read the present policy before providing any personal data.
We reserve the right to update our privacy policy.

1. Categories of Processed Data and Collection Purposes

The Company may collect users’ personal data, such as user IDs, passwords, names, surnames and email addresses, and aggregate data during site navigation, as well as any other data voluntarily provided by users during registration, or while asking for goods/services offered by the Site, or in emails sent to the Site to request information.
The Site is accessible to all users – no personal data need be given. However, some parts of the Site are only accessible to registered users.

1.1. Navigation Data

Through connection file analysis tools, the Site automatically collects technical information about users’ hardwares and softwares. These are data such as IP addresses, domain names of users’ computers, IP addresses, the domain names of the computers used by any user connecting with this website, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of the requested resources, the time of such requests, the method used for submitting a given request to the server, returned file size, a numerical code relating to server response status and other parameters related to users’ operating system and computer environment.
Users’ personal data are not provided – merely technical ones, used in an anonymus, aggregate fashion with the sole aim to improve service quality and obtain statistics on website use. Furthermore, they might be used to establish liability in the case of any computer crimes committed against the Site.

1.2. Cookies

Cookies are text files sent by the Site to the browser employed by users’ devices, in order to memorise information to be re-used either during the same visit (“session cookies”) or at a later time, even days later (“persistent cookies”).
There are various types of cookies. See the Cookies Policy for detailed information on the types of cookies used by this Site, as well as their aims.
Other websites which can be reached via external lnks on this Site might have tracking systems our Company is not involved with. We do not guarantee that the security systems of such external sites can protect processed data or prevent damages (e.g. from computer viruses).
At any time, users can set up their browsers so that all cookies are enabled, only some are, or all are disabled. However, disabling cookies might mean some services are not available. At any rate, at the end of every session, users can clear both cache memory and cookies.

1.3. Optional Data Provision

This is when users, after reading a detailed notice, provide their personal data to the Site in order to access given services, or email queries. The Company thus acquires senders’ email addresses and/or other personal data, which will be processed exclusively in order to answer queries or provide the requested service. In any case, before activating any service, proper notice will be given and, when necessary, consent for data processing will be obtained. Consent can be revoked at any time. This will forfeit users’ right to receive the service in question.
As stated before, the notice detailing the legal arrangements and aims of data processing can be found in the Site pages allowing users to send their data.

2. Processing Arrangements

Data will be processed in full compliance with the principles of privacy, fairness, necessity, pertinence, legitimacy and transparency established by the Code. Data will be processed both manually, via paper means, and via IT / telematic tools, for the time necessary to achieve the ends for which it was collected. Special safety measures are observed so as to prevent any loss of data, their illicit or incorrect use, and unauthorized access. However, users are informed that online data transmission can never be completely immune from any safety risk.
Users are responsible for checking their personal data are correct, if necessary rectifying, updating or modifying them during the processing.

3. Mandatory or Optional Nature of Data Provision and Consequences of Refusing to Provide Data

As mentioned, navigation data are automatically collected by the system. For cookies, see the Cookie Policy. Apart from such cases, users are free to choose whether or not to provide the personal data asked for in registration forms or service request forms. A refusal entails no consequences, except of course that users won’t be able to access some of the services offered, or obtain more detailed information on the Company’s activities.

4. Communication and Data Diffusion

Data are processed at our Company’s headquarters and are handled exclusively by designated Company staff. Collected data may be shared with other offices throughout Italy and processed by designated staff, according to the arrangements and aims stated above.
Data collected from web registrations are not shared with third parties, unless they be part of the Company or they be controlled/related companies, and only in order to pursue the aforementioned aims.
Navigation data are neither communicated to, nor shared with, any third parties. Personal data provided by users who send requests for informations to email addresses indicated in the Site are only used to provide the requested information or services, and will only be shared with third parties if this is necessary in order to provide such info / services.

5. Data Controller and Data Supervisor

The Company is established as data controller:

SCALO FLUVIALE SOCIETA’ COOPERATIVA
VENEZIA (VE) S.CROCE TRONCHETTO 500
Postcode: 30135
Tax code and VAT Number: 00184470276
Business Registration Number: 00184470276
REA number (Italian Index of Economic and Administrative Information): VE – 45338
Register of Italian Cooperatives: A133871
Italian Register of Environmental Operators: 680/0 PROV. VE
Tel: +39 041 522 2391
Fax: +39 041 277 6212
e-mail: info@scalofluviale.it
certified email: scalofluviale@legalmail.it

6. Data Subjects’ Rights

Data subjects are entitled, at any time and without any formality, to the rights granted by Article 7 of the Personal Data Protection Code (an English version can be found at hwww.privacy.it/archivio/privacycode-en.html#sect). The form provided by the Italian Data Protection Authority (www.garanteprivacy.it) can be used to communicate with us about this. There are no formal constraints to the exercise of one’s rights.
Where it is not confirmed that personal data concerning the data subject exist, further to a request as per Article 7 of Legislative Decree No. 196/2003, the data subject may be charged a fee as long as it is not in excess of the costs actually incurred, according to arrangements and limits established by Legislative Decree No. 196/2003, Article 10, Paragraphs 7, 8, and 9.
Rights related to personal data concerning a deceased may be exercised by any entity that is interested therein. Data subjects may exercise their rights as per Article 7 by conferring written proxy or power of attorney to individuals or associations.
In order to exercise their rights as per Article 7 of Legislative Decree No. 196/2003, as well as for queries about personal data protection, data subjects must write to the data controller at the following address:

SCALO FLUVIALE SOCIETA’ COOPERATIVA
VENEZIA (VE) S.CROCE TRONCHETTO 500
Postcode 30135

Alternatively, they can email scalofluviale@legalmail.it (please use the following subject line: Request as per Article 7 of Legislative Decree No. 196/2003).

SCALO FLUVIALE SOCIETA’ COOPERATIVA