This Site and the services offered through it are reserved for subjects who have attained majority. The Data Controller, therefore, does not collect personal data of minors. Upon request by the Users, the Data Controller will promptly delete all personal data of minors involuntarily collected.
The Users’ personal data shall be lawfully processed by the Data Controller in compliance with the provisions of art. 6 of the Regulation, for the following purposes:
The provision of personal data for the processing purposes mentioned above is discretionary, but necessary, as any failure to provide said data shall prevent the user from browsing, registering and enjoying the services offered by the Data Controller on the Site.
With reference to the purposes of paragraphs 1/a, 1/c, 1/d, the legal basis for the processing is the performance of the services provided through the Site and requested by the Data Subject (pursuant to article 6, paragraph 1, letter b of Privacy Regulation 2016/679); with reference to purposes of paragraphs 1/b and 1/f of the previous section, the legal basis for the processing is the Data Subject’s freely given consent (pursuant to article 6, paragraph 1, letter b). a of the Privacy Regulation 2016/679); with reference to the purposes of paragraph1/e of the previous section, the legal basis for the processing is the fulfilment of a legal of the data controller’s (pursuant to article 6, paragraph 1, letter c of the Privacy Regulation 2016/679).
The Data Controller shall process the Users’ personal data with manual and computer tools, using a logic that is strictly connected with the purpose of processing and always in such a way as to ensure confidentiality and the security of the processed personal data.
Personal Data concerning Site Users shall be processed for no longer than is necessary for the purposes detailed in paragraph 1 above, or, in any case, according to the requirements for the statutory protection of the interests of both the Users and the Controller. With regard to the purposes of paragraph 1.b above, data shall be stored until objection by the Data Subject to the sending of the newsletter, to be expressed through the link contained in the newsletter itself or by exercising their rights according to the provisions of paragraph 4.
The employees and/or collaborators of the Data Controller entrusted with the management of the Site may get to know the personal data of the Users. These individuals, who are formally appointed by the Data Controller as “persons in charge of processing”, shall process Users’ data exclusively for the purposes mentioned in this policy and in compliance with the provisions of the Applicable Legislation.
Additionally, third-party subjects who process data on behalf of the Data Controller in the capacity of “Independent Data Processors”, such as, without limitation, suppliers of computer and logistic services that are necessary for the operation of the Site, suppliers of outsourced or cloud computing services, professionals and consultants.
Users shall have the right to obtain a list of the data processors appointed by the Data Controller, by requesting it from the Data Controller as detailed in paragraph 4 below.
Users may exercise the rights granted to them by Applicable Legislation by contacting the Data Controller as follows:
Pursuant to the Applicable Legislation, the Data Controller hereby informs Users that they an obtain information (i) on the source of the personal data, (ii) on the purpose and methods of the processing, (iii) on the logic applied to the processing, if the latter is carried out with the help of electronic means, (iv) on the identification data concerning the data controller; (v) on entities or categories of entities to whom or which the personal data may be communicated and who or which may get to know said data in their capacity as data processor(s) or person(s) in charge of the processing..
Additionally, Users have the right to obtain:
Moreover, Users also have:
What cookies are
Cookies are small text files that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment (usually to the user’s browser) by visited websites. They are stored in the browser folder of the same name while the user is browsing, to be then re-transmitted to the websites on the user’s subsequent visits to those websites.
They are used to improve browsing, storing the user’s preferences already input (username, passwords, etc.), tracking the user’s preferences and tastes with the purpose of managing targeted marketing initiatives or to provide services connected to the Data Controller’s activity, such as newsletters, operational communications on the site, etc. Any limitations to their use may impact the availability of site contents during navigation. The user shall always be able to block or remove cookies from the browser cache, although doing so may compromise the enjoyment of the services offered by the web application.
Types of Cookies
Session Cookies are temporary files existing exclusively for the duration of a browsing session. When the browser is closed, session Cookies expire. They are usually employed to identify users accessing a site, remembering the user and his preferences while scrolling through the site pages and to provide the user with specific, previously collected information. The most common example is the “virtual shopping cart” of an e-commerce site. When the user visits a catalogue page and selects some items, the session cookie stores the selections so that the elements remain in the virtual shopping cart until the user is ready to check them out. Without session Cookies, when the user proceeds to checkout the new page would not recognise the activities connected to the previously visited pages and the cart would remain empty. Persistent cookies are files that remain active also after closing the browser and help sites remember user data and settings for future visits. This result in faster and more convenient access since, for example, you don't have to login again. Besides authentication, other website features made possible by persistent cookies include: language selection, theme selection, menu preferences, internal site bookmarks or favourites, among many others. Preferences expressed in the course of a first visit are remembered, through the use of the persistent Cookie, the next time you visit the site.
There are several types of Cookies, and some are called “third-party” cookies. Third-party cookies are used, for instance, by the site first chosen by the user, which contains ads from other servers or third-party websites. The browser collects information from different sources, in such a way that all the elements are displayed on the same page visited by the User thus creating multiple Cookies in the relevant browser folder.
All these Cookies can be removed directly through browser settings and security settings or using specific programmes, many of which are also available for free. It is also possible to stop their creation, but in this case some of the site services might not work as designed or it might become impossible to access the site.
Google Analytics is a service offered by Google Inc. that generates detailed statistics on website traffic and traffic sources. It is the most widely used web analytics service. Google Analytics can monitor visitors coming from all the site’s external links, including search engines and social networks, direct visits and reference sites .It also displays advertisements, pay per click, email marketing and links inside PDF documents. To read the relevant policy, visit:http://www.google.it/analytics/learn/privacy.html.AddThis is a useful service for the sharing of articles and texts contained in websites and various social platforms.AddThis.com provides a set of buttons to be included in a web page to make it easier to disseminate and subscribe to web contents on social media such as Facebook, Twitter, etc… The service offers two types of buttons, one to subscribe to RSS feeds and the other to include the contents of a web page in the various social bookmark services. To read the relevant policy, visit: http://www.addthis.com/privacy/privacy-policy#publisher-visitors.
Cookie Privacy and Security
Cookies are not viruses, they are text files that are neither interpreted by the browser nor executed. Consequently, they cannot replicate themselves or spread through other networks to be replicated again. As they cannot perform these functions, they are not included in the standard definition of computer virus. However, cookies can be used maliciously. Given that they are used to store information on preferences, on user actions and on specific browsing between sites, Cookies can be used as a sort of spyware. For this reason, many anti-spyware products flag Cookies as possible threats.
KEYLINE site Cookies
Keyline adopts a responsible and ethical policy with regard to Privacy issues, which includes this page with clear descriptions of how Cookies are disseminated from its website. The majority of browsers are equipped with privacy settings that provide different levels of acceptance of Cookies, as well as their expiry and deletions in case the user visits a specific site.
In line with the standard practices of many web sites, the www.keyline.it website may install Cookies in the User’s terminal. By using the site, the User accepts the use of the site technologies, but is allowed some choice.
Types of Cookies and choice of use and activation methods
Technical Cookies Some cookies are essential for the operation of our Web site. Without them, the user world not be able to navigate the site or use any of its functions. These types of cookies are called “technical” or session or permanent cookies and make it possible for the site to remember the information provided by the user when navigating through the booking process pages. As these cookies are essential, disabling them prevents the user from using the site contents or limits their use. These cookies do not collect information that make it possible to identify the visitor, except when the user registers in site and visits a restricted area after logging in.
“Analytics” cookies (statistics and site optimisation) We use Google Analytics third-party tracking cookies to analyse how visitors use our web sites and monitor user activities. This makes it possible for us to provide a high quality browsing experience, tailoring our offer on the basis of the pages actually visited by the individual users.
For instance, we may use these cookies to track the most popular pages, identify the most effective page link and to determine the reason why some pages receive error messages.
These cookies do not collect information that makes it possible to identify the visitor. All data collected and shared with Google, inc. are anonymised (by deleting significant components of the IP address, either IpV4 or IpV6), and are used to improve the operation of our Web site. In legal terms, anonymised third-party Analytics cookies are considered technical cookies and do not require an information banner, informed consent and communication to the Data Protection Authority.