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Hermetic Sealing srl

 

Via San Quintino 40 - 10121 Torino

T: +39 0171 66507  F: +39 0171 66507

info@hermetic-sealing.com

P. IVA 11493810011  -  REA 1217903

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All Rights Reserved © 2019 Hermetic Sealing Srl

PRIVACY NOTICE

The reasons of this advice
In this page it is described how to manage the site with reference to the users personal data treatment.
This informative is due also to the art. 13 legislative decree n. 196/2003 – rules for the safeguard personal data and referred to people who work with the official site of the company Hermetic Sealing Srl, on www.hermetic-sealing.com. This informative is referred to the www.hermetic-sealing.com site only and not for all other web sites the users could visit thanks to the links.

 

Treatment holder
After visiting this site, data referred to identified or identifiable persons could be treated.
The holder of their treatment is the company Hermetic Sealing Srl.

 

Place of data treatment
The personal data treatment linked to web service of this site is in our Headquarters and it is followed by authorised personnel (technician assigned of the treatment), or, by possible and occasional technicians for maintenance operations.
No information linked to the web service is told and popularised, if not in anonymous and aggregated form. 
Personal data given by the users who send enquiries or communications (e-mail, messages, enquiries, etc…) are used with the unique purpose to follow the service or the required performances and they are given to a third party only if necessary.

Kinds of treated data

Navigation Data
The computer systems and the software procedures made for the functioning of this web site acquire, during the normal exercise, some personal data which transmission is unvoiced in the use of Internet communications protocols. We are talking about information which are not obtained to be associated to identified persons but that, for their own nature, could identify the users, through data processing and link with data owned by third party.
In this data class there are, for example, the IP address of computers used by people who connect themselves to the site, the web addresses of the required resources, the time of the enquiry, the method used to submit the enquiry to the server, the dimension of the obtained file in answer and other parameters referred to the operating system and the user computer area.
These data are used with the unique purpose to check the correct functioning of the site and to have statistical anonymous information on the use of the site. The data could be used to identify some responsibilities in case of hypothetical computer crimes damaging the site.

Data voluntarily given by the user
The optional sending, explicit and voluntary of emails through the addresses and the functions available in this site, implies the further acquire of the sender address, necessary to answer to the enquiries, as well as of possible other personal data present in the test.

 

Facoltative data handover
A part of what specified for the electronic navigation data, the user is free to supply personal data to require the sending of informative material or other communications; their missing handover could have the consequence of the not-possibility of obtaining what required.
To complete, we remind that in some cases (not object of the normal management of this site) the Guarantor Authority for the protection of the personal data could require to the Administrator of the site some news and information as per the art 157 legislative decree n. 196/2003, in order to check the treatment of personal data. In these cases the answer is compulsory – punishment with administrative sanction.

 

Way of treatment
Personal data are treated with computerised systems for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which they have been obtained. Specific safety measures are observed to prevent data lost, illegal uses or not correct and not authorised accesses.

Rights of the persons concerned
The persons who the personal data refer to, have the rights, in every moment, to obtain the confirmation of the existence or not of the same data and to know the contents, the origin, to check their exactness or to ask their integration or updating, or, their correction. (art. 7 legislative decree n.196/2003).
Based on the same article, there is the right to ask the cancellation, the modification in anonymous way or the block of the treated data in violation of law, as well as to oppose in any case, for legitimate reasons, to their treatment.
The enquiries have to be addressed to the Responsible for the discretion of the personal data of the company Hermetic Sealing Srl, reachable by email at: info@hermetic-sealing.com

 

Cookies Policy

Hermetic Sealing uses cookies to improve your navigation experience. By continuing, you accept the use of cookies.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file (of just a few bytes) exchanged between a website and your web browser, normally used by the website administrator to store information necessary for improving navigation within the site.

 

The types of cookies used by Hermetic Sealing

 

COOKIE TYPE FUNCTION

 

Navigation cookies

These cookies make it possible for the site to function correctly. After you create your account, they enable you to log in and manage your profile in all its areas. If you are a registered user, thanks to the cookies, the site will be able to recognize you as such when you want to access services offered to registered users only.

 

Performance cookies

These cookies may either be from Hermetic Sealing as the first party or from a third party, and either limited to one session or persistent. They are used solely for the performance and improvement of the website. These cookies collect information on how a visitor uses the site, such as, for example, the pages visited. They do not collect any information that might identify the user. All information collected by these cookies is aggregated anonymously and used only to improve the website functions. These cookies may be third-party cookies, but the information will be used only by the publisher of the website visited.

 

Functional cookies

These cookies enable the site to recognize you each time you visit it. You will not be required to repeat the login process every time you return.

 

Analytics cookies

These cookies are used by Google Analytics and by the internal search engine for statistical analyses of the browsing habits of people using the site through a certain computer, of the number of pages visited, or the number of page views during a visit.

 

Cookies can be disabled 
Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but you may also opt not to accept them. We recommend that you not choose to disable this function, as it may prevent you from moving freely from one page to another and from using all the site’s features. If you do not want your computer to receive and store cookies, you can modify your browser’s security settings (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari etc.). Please note, in any case, that some parts of our website can be used fully only if your browser accepts cookies. As a result, your decision to remove and/or not accept cookies may be a hindrance to your use of our site. If you wish to change your cookies’ settings through the settings of the various browsers, below are some brief instructions on how to carry out this operation for the four most widely used browsers: 

Microsoft Internet Explorer 
Click on the “Tools” icon at the top right and select “Internet options”. In the pop-up window, select “Privacy”. Here you can adjust the settings of your cookies. 

Google Chrome 
Click on the wrench/spanner at the top right and select “Settings”. At this point, select “Show advanced settings” (“Under the hood'”) and change the “Privacy” settings. 

Mozilla Firefox 
From the drop-down menu at the top left, select “Options”. In the pop-up window, select “Privacy”. Here you can adjust the settings of your cookies.

Safari 
From the drop-down settings menu at the top right, select “Preferences”, and then “Security”. Here you can adjust the settings of your cookies.