As data controller, Corepla is aware of the importance of guaranteeing the security of personal information that may be collected when you visit its website. Corepla aims to protect the privacy of its users. This statement informs you of the purposes and methods of processing the personal data that Corepla collects from users browsing its website. Corepla notifies users that the personal data disclosed to register on the website or to use services available through the website is processed in compliance with EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (the “Regulation”).
Personal data collection and use
Personal data that you disclose voluntarily is employed solely to provide the service requested and is only sent to third parties if necessary (e.g. packaging, labelling, shipping service and other companies) to meet requests for information (brochures, etc.). The personal information disclosed voluntarily may also be sent to other parties for reasons relating strictly to performing the service requested. We will not provide or disclose personal data to third parties other than for the above purposes, unless required by contract or with express consent from the individuals concerned.
Data processing procedures and principles
Personal data is processed using automated or manual systems, strictly for the time needed to fulfil the purpose for which it is collected. This data is managed by Corepla or by third parties appointed to process data for Corepla and/or websites owned or used by Corepla. Special security measures have been taken to prevent data loss, illegal or improper data use, and unauthorised data access.
Providing optional personal data
Users are free to provide personal information via electronic request forms in sections of the website designed for requesting specific services. However, requests may not be met if this data is not provided.
GDPR recognises that data subjects have the right to:
request confirmation whether their personal data is processed;
access personal data about and relating to them, and request the rectification, erasure (“right to be forgotten”), and notification of rectification and erasure of any data potentially disclosed by Corepla;
request the restriction of processing in the conditions set out in the standard;
request the portability of personal data provided, under the conditions set out in the standard;
object to the use of their data and, more specifically, dispute decisions affecting them based solely on the automatic processing of their data.
If the data processing violates GDPR standards, data subjects have the right to lodge a complaint with the relevant supervisory authority, as provided for in Article 77 of the GDPR. Data subjects can request further information on the processing of their personal data or to exercise their rights by writing to Corepla, via del Vecchio Politecnico, 3, 20121, Milano c/o the Legal and Corporate Affairs Department, tel. +39(0)276054280.
The owner of the data processed is Corepla, whose head office is located at Via del Vecchio Politecnico 3, Milan, Italy.
You can obtain the complete list of managers by writing to COREPLA, via del Vecchio Politecnico, 3, 20121, Milano c/o the Legal and Corporate Affairs Department, tel. +39(0)276054280.
We do not process any data from children under age 16 without prior consent from an individual with parental authority.
Changes to this Policy
Any future changes to this Policy will be provided on this page. We recommend checking our Policy regularly for any updates or changes.
Cookies: What are they and what are they used for?
Cookies are files installed on your device that allow our systems to recognise your device to offer you certain functions, including the display of relevant ads based on your interests expressed on other websites. Some of these cookies are needed for the website to function properly, while others are useful because they provide a secure way of, for example, remembering the user’s name and language setting. The advantage of having cookies installed on your devices is that you avoid having to re-enter the same information every time you go to a website you’ve already visited.
Why are cookies used?
Identify you when enter your login on our website. This means that we can make recommendations on products, display personalised content, and provide other personalised functions and services.
Provide relevant content, including ads, based on your browsing activity on our website and third-party sites.
Conduct research and analyses to improve Corepla’s content, products and services.
Prevent fraudulent activity.
Strengthen security. Whenever needed, security measures are implemented to prevent unauthorised access to cookies and similar technology.
How do cookies work and how can they be removed?
Cookies are sent from the web server (operating the site being visited) to the browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) and are then stored on your device. You can adjust your web browser settings and options to limit or block cookies. You can also consult the website, www.aboutcookies.org
for information about how to manage or remove cookies based on which browser you use. To remove cookies from the web browser on your smartphone or tablet, you must refer to the instruction manual for your device. If you don’t want to receive cookies from third parties on your device, you can use the links provided in the appended table to access the policy and consent forms of these third parties and therefore block their cookies. The Corepla website has no direct control over these cookies. As such, to decline their use, you must consult the third-party sites or check http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/
for information about how to manage or remove cookies based on the browser used, and to manage your preferences for third-party profiling cookies.
Types of cookies
The different types of cookies are:
First-party cookies, managed directly by the website owner or manager.
Third-party cookies, created and managed by a domain other than the website being visited by the user.
Technical cookies, used solely to send information to an electronic communication network, or when strictly necessary to provide a service requested by the user.
Profiling cookies, used to create user profiles and display ads based on the user’s browsing preferences and behaviour.
The types of cookies we use
Certain user information is automatically stored as users browse the internet, such as the name of the internet service provider, referring site, pages visited, length of time spent on the site, etc. Corepla uses this information to efficiently manage its website, better understand the behaviour of our website users, analyse trends and collect general demographic data on our users.
The Corepla website uses technical cookies that can be classified based on the purpose described below.
These technical cookies are aggregated for statistical use and to monitor – but never in personally identifiable form – which website pages and services are used most. These cookies are used solely to help us improve the operation of our website and understand the interests of our users.
These technical cookies are only used to allow access to certain services available on the website. They are stored only as long as the browsing session lasts and are then erased.
As already indicated, cookies can also be set by third parties. Corepla has no control over the information provided by this type of cookie and does not have access to this data. This information is entirely controlled by the third-party companies as described in their respective privacy policies and comes under the direct and exclusive responsibility of the manager. These cookies are sub-divided into the following main categories:
Analytics. These technical cookies are used to collect and analyse statistical information on website access and visits. In certain cases, when combined with other information, such as login details (email address and password) entered to access reserved areas of the website, these cookies can be used to profile the user (personal habits, browsing behaviour, downloaded content, types of interaction, etc.). For example, Google Inc., to generate aggregate statistics that are useful in assessing website use and visitor activity, stores the information collected by the cookie on a server that may be located in the United States or other countries. Google reserves the right to transfer the information collected via its cookie to third parties if requested by law or if the third party processes information for its own purposes. Google ensures that the user’s IP address is not crossed with any other data it holds to build a more detailed user profile. Further information on privacy and use of these cookies is available directly on the respective websites.
Widgets. This category covers all elements in a graphical user interface within an application that are used to provide access to application functions without having to open the application. For example, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter cookies are widgets. Further information on privacy and use of these cookies is available directly on the respective websites.
Advertising. This category covers cookies used to advertise within a website. Google and Tradedoubler fall into this category. Further information on privacy and use of these cookies is available directly on the respective websites.
Web beacons. This category includes strings of code that let a website transfer or collect data via a graphical image. Websites may use them for a variety of purposes, such as website analytics, ad control and reporting, and ad and content personalisation.
Use of Flash cookies
The website may use Adobe Flash Player
to offer some forms of multimedia content. The application is installed by default on most computers. If this content is used, Google Analytics
stores additional data on the computer, also known as a Flash cookie (or local shared object)
through which the website can track how many times a given audio or video file is opened, how many people play it until the end and how many people close it before the end. The Adobe website provides thorough information about how to disable and delete Flash cookies (see http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/security
). Please remember that limiting and/or removing the use of Flash cookies may prevent the use of certain features in applications running Flash technology.
Services used by the website
Statistics Google Analytics (Google)
Facebook social buttons/widgets (Facebook)
Twitter social buttons/widgets (Twitter)
Third-party cookies may be used to identify your preferences, improve your browsing experience, and send and/or display ads based on your preferences set while browsing the site. You must always give your consent to the use of this type of cookie. For so-called third-party cookies, i.e. those installed or used on the site by third parties, you can give or decline consent directly with the owner of the cookie, via the link provided by Corepla.
The following table lists all the cookies used on the website, including information on the types of cookies used, their purpose, and third parties that keep the data they collect: