THE PRIVACY POLICY OF THIS SITE PRIVACY PRACTICES – ART. 13, ITALIAN LEGISLATIVE DE CREE NO. 196, OF 30 JUNE 2003  (ITALIAN DATA PROTECTION ACT).

In  compliance  with  Italian  legislative  decree  no.  196  of  30  June  2003  (data  protection  act)  as amended, we hereby supply the information required concerning the processing of personal data acquired through consultation of the website. These privacy practices are to be considered valid exclusively  for  this  website  and  not  for  any  other websites  that  may  be  consulted  by  users  by clicking  on  the  links  in  this  website.  The  data  controller  cannot  be  held  liable  for  third  party websites under any circumstances. The  privacy  practices  are  also  based  on  Recommendation  no.  2/2001,  which  the  European authority  for  data  protection,  assembled  in  the  Group  set  up  pursuant  to  art.  29  of  European directive  no.  95/46/EC,  adopted  on  17  May  2001  to  identify  several  minimum  requirements  for the  collection  of  personal  data  online  and,  in  particular,  the  methods,  times  and  nature  of  the information  that  data  controllers  must  supply  to  us ers  when  they  connect  to  website  pages, irrespective of the reasons for the connection.

The  Privacy  Practices  are  also  based  on  the  matters  provided  for  by  Directive  2002/58/EC,  asamended by Directive 2009/136/EC, concerning cookies, and on the provision of the Italian dataprotection  authority  entitled  “Identification  of  simplified  methods  for  disclosure  and  theacquisition of consent for the use of cookies” of 8 May 2014.

DATA CONTROLLER

The  data  controller  is   L’Isoletta società agricola ar l with registered  office  in  Via Riserva Nuova 56 04011 Aprilia – Latina, Italy

PLACE OF DATA PROCESSING

The data processing connected with the web services  of this site occurs at the headquarters of the data controller and is performed by specifically assigned data processing personnel

or  by the  supplier  responsible  for  the  Internet  and hosting/housing  services  of this  site,  and  it  isperformed  exclusively  by  the  technical  personnel  of  the  department  responsible  for  dataprocessing, or by personnel appointed to perform occasional maintenance tasks.

TYPES OF DATA PROCESSED

Navigation data

The  information  systems  and  software  procedures  involved  in  the  operation  of  this  website acquire various personal data during their normal operation, the transmission of which is implicit

in the use of Internet communication protocols. This information is not collected to be associated with  identified  data  subjects,  but  due  to  its  nature  it  could  be  used  to  identify  data  subjects  by means of processing and association with data held by third parties.

This  category  of  data  includes  the  IP  addresses  or domain  names  of  the  computers  of  the  users who  connect  to  the  site,  the  addresses  of  the  resources  requested  in  URI  (Uniform  Resource Identifier) notation, 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  (successful,  error,  etc.)  and other parameters related  to the  user’s  operating system and computer platform. These data are used for the exclusive aim of obtaining anonymous statistical information concerning use of the site and to check it is functioning correctly, and they are deleted immediately after the related processing.

The  data  may  be  used  to  establish  responsibility  in  the  case  of  any  possible  commission  of cybercrime  that  harms  the  site;  with  the  exception of  this  latter  case,  data  concerning  web

contacts will be retained for no more than seven days.

Cookies

Refer to the document “Extended information on the use of cookies (Cookie Policy)”, attached to these privacy practices.

Data supplied voluntarily by users The  optional,  explicit  and  voluntary  transmission  of  emails  to  the  addresses  shown  on  this website,  and  the  presence  of  data  entry  forms  and/or  forms  for  subscription  to  the  newsletter present on the site, result in the acquisition of the user’s address, which is required to respond to the requests, and potentially various other personal data. Specific concise privacy information may be published or displayed on the pages of the site used for special optional services.

DATA PROCESSING AIMS

Data of a personal nature voluntarily provided by the user will be subject to processing, unless the

user withdraws consent, for the following aims:

  • navigation on this website;
  • any requests for contact, with transmission of the information requested;
  • supply of the products and services ordered and ful filment of contractual obligations;
  • compliance with the obligations imposed by laws and regulations;

bookkeeping,  invoicing,  credit  management  and  administrative-accounting  activities  in general.  For  application  of  the  provisions  concerning  personal  data  protection,  the

processing   performed   for   administrative-accounting purposes   is   connected   to   the execution of activities of an organisational, administrative, financial and accounting nature,

irrespective  of  the  nature  of  the  processed  data.  Specifically,  these  aims  are  pursued  for internal organisational activities, activities related to compliance with contractual and pre-

  • contractual obligations, and disclosure activities;

transmission  of  newsletters  and  periodic  communications  by  e-mail,  if  the  user  makes  a specific request to this effect using the online form;

  • all company activities in general relating to the relationship in existence.

METHODS OF PROCESSING

Personal  data  are  processed  using  automated  tools  for  the  time  strictly  necessary  in  order  to accomplish  the  aims  for  which  they  were  collected.

Specific  security  measures  are  observed  to prevent the loss of data, illicit or improper use o f the data, and unauthorised access.

SCOPE OF COMMUNICATION AND DIFFUSION

The  data  to  be  processed  will  not  be  diffused,  sold  or  exchanged  with  third  parties  without  the

express  permission  of  the  data  subject.  The  scope  of  communication  of  the  data  is  restricted

exclusively  to  the  parties  responsible  for  performing  the  contractual  operations  and  compliance

with legal requirements. These data may therefore be disclosed to third parties belonging to the

following categories:

  • parties that supply services for management of the information system;
  • agencies or companies in the framework of assistance and consultancy relations;
  • public administrations, public bodies and competent authorities for compliance with legal

requirements and/or the provisions of public bodies;

  • companies of the  group  and/or  the  network  of  companies  or  private  individuals  directly

involved in provision of the service or legitimately authorised to be informed of the data in accordance with the law.

In any case, the only data that will be disclosed to the foregoing parties are those that are strictly necessary and relevant with respect to the data processing aims for which they were collected.

OPTIONAL PROVISION OF DATA

Apart from the matters specified for navigation data, the user can freely supply the personal data required  by  the  forms  on  the  site  or  anyway  indicated  in  contacts  with  the  data  controller  to request   transmission   of   the   newsletter,   informative   material,   sales   offers   or   other communications.

Failure to provide such data may make it impossible to obtain the requested services.

RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECTS

The persons to whom the personal data refer are entitled, at any time, to obtain confirmation of the presence or absence of said data and to be informed of the contents and source of the data,

checking the accuracy of the data or requesting their integration, updating or correction (article 7 of the Italian data protection act). Pursuant to the provisions of the same article, data subjects are

entitled  to  demand  the  removal,  transformation  into  anonymous  form  or  blocking  of  data processed in violation of the law, and in any case to oppose, for legitimate reasons, the processing

of said personal data. Requests related to the above matters must be sent to:

L’Isoletta società agricola arl
Via Riserva Nuova 56
04011 Aprilia – Latina

Tel. +39. 06 9268144
Fax +39 06 92740304

info@tenutacalissonibulgari.it

AMENDMENTS

The  data  controller  reserves  the  right  to  edit,  update,  add  or  remove  parts  of  these  privacy practices at its sole discretion at any time. The interested parties are required to check the privacy practices  for  any  updates  periodically.  In  order  to  facilitate  this  procedure,  the  privacy  practices are shown with the latest revision date. Use of the site following the publication of changes to the privacy practices shall be construed as implicit acceptance of the revised conditions.

EXTENDED INFORMATION ON THE USE OF COOKIES – THE COOKIE POLICY OF THIS WEBSITE

In compliance with the requirements of the provision of the Italian data protection authority in regard to “Identification of simplified methods for disclosure and the acquisition of consent for the

use of cookies” of 8 May 2014, the extended information concerning the use of cookies on this site is given below.

INFORMATION ON COOKIES

About cookies

Cookies  are  small  text  files  that  websites  transmit  to  users’  terminals  (usually  to  the  browser) where  they  are  stored  and  then  re-transmitted  to  the  site  when  the  user  next  visits  it.  While navigating on a website a user may also receive cookies from other websites or web servers (third parties), which may contain various elements, such as images, maps, sounds, or specific links to pages of other domains, present on the site that the user is visiting.

Cookies,  which  are  normally  stored  on  users’  browsers  in  large  numbers,  including  long persistence cookies, are used for various aims such as the execution of digital authentications,

session monitoring, storage of information on specific configurations concerning the users who access the server, etc.

Types of cookies

Cookies can be divided into two macro categories: “technical cookies” and “proliferation cookies”.

Technical cookies.

Technical cookies are the cookies used exclusively to “transmit a communication on an electronic communication  network,  or  to  the  extent  strictly  required  by  a  company  service  provider

responsible for delivering information explicitly requested by the subscriber or user in order to provide said service” (cf. art. 122, subsection 1, of the Italian data protection act).

Technical cookies are not used for ulterior motives and they are normally installed directly by the owner or operator of the website. Technical cookies can be further subdivided into navigation or

session cookies, which guarantee normal navigation and use of the site (making it possible, for example, to make a purchase or gain access to reserved areas of the site); analytics cookies, which

are similar to technical cookies when used directly by the website operator to gather information in aggregated form concerning the number of users and on how they visit the site; functionality

cookies,  which  allow  the  user  to  navigate  in  accordance  with  a  set  of  selected  criteria  (e.g. language, products selected for purchase) in order to improve the level of service provided.

There is another type of cookies called “flash cookies” (Local Shared Objects), which are used in Adobe Flash Player to distribute certain types of content such as video clips or animations, in order

to remember settings and preferences. Flash cookies are stored on the user’s device, but they are controlled by a different interface with respect to that supplied by the browser.

The Adobe website http://www.adobe.com/devnet/secur

ity.html contains information on how to remove or deactivate the Flash cookies related to a specific domain.

Prior  consent  of  users  is  not  required  for  the  installation  of  flash  cookies,  although  it  remains mandatory to publish the privacy practices pursuant to art. 13 of the Italian data protection act, which the site operator, if using exclusively these devices, can provide with the methods it deems most appropriate.

Proliferation cookies.

Proliferation cookies are designed to create user profiles and they are used in order to transmit advertising  messages  in  line  with  the  preferences  expressed  by  the  user  during  his  or  her

navigation on the Internet. Due to the invasive nature that such devices may have in relation to user privacy, European and Italian regulations state that the user must be adequately informed in

relation to the use of proliferation cookies and provide explicit valid consent for their use.

Proliferation cookies are addressed by art. 122 of the Italian data protection act, which prescribes that “the storage of information on the terminal device of a contractual party or user or access to

information already stored on the device is permitted solely on the condition that the contractual party or user has expressed his or her consent after being informed by means of the simplified

methods as at article 13, subsection 3 (art. 122, subsection 1 of the Italian data protection act).

DESCRIPTION OF THE COOKIES USED ON THIS SITE

TECHNICAL COOKIES

These  are  the  cookies  installed  by  the  website  that  the  user  is  visiting.  Technical  cookies  are required in order to navigate the site as they allow use of the main functions and protection of the connection, maintaining the session identifiers and storing information relating to authentication.

Without technical cookies some or all of the functions of the site may be unavailable.

PROLIFERATION COOKIES

This site does not currently accept proliferation cookies.

THIRD PARTY COOKIES

The following section describes the third party cookies that may be used by the site and gives the links that users can follow to obtain further information on third party cookies and request that

they be disabled.

  • GOOGLE FONTS

Service provided by Google Inc. – USA provides the facility to embed and display personalised font styles on the website. To consult the privacy practices of Google Inc., which is the independent

data controller in relation to the Google Fonts service, go to:

http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy

  • SOCIAL PLUGINS

These services make it possible to interact with social media or other external platforms directly from the pages of this online space. The interactions and information acquired by this online space

are  anyway  subject  to  the  user’s  privacy  settings  on  each  social  media  site.  If  a  service  for interaction with social media is installed, it may occur, also in the case of users who do not use the related service, that the service collects traffic data concerning the pages on which it is installed.

To consult the privacy practices of social networks, which are independent data controllers for the processing of data related to the services they supply, consult the following pages:

Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/about/privacy

Google+:      http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy

Linkedin:      https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy_policy

Youtube:     http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy

 

  • GOOGLE MAPS

This is a mapping service supplied by Google Inc. – USA that uses cookies to save information anddisplay preferences, such as a zoom level setting for example. The privacy practices and terms of

service can be consulted at the following link:

https://developers.google.com/maps/terms

To consult the privacy practices of Google Inc., which is the independent data controller in relation

to the Google Maps service, go to:

http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy

  • YOUTUBE

YouTube  is  a  video  content  service  managed by  Google  Inc.  –  USA,  which  makes  it  possible  to embed video contents in the pages of the website. The privacy practices and terms of service can be consulted at the following link: https://developers.google.com/youtube/terms

To consult the privacy practices of Google Inc., which is the independent data controller for the YouTube service, go to:

http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy

DISCLAIMER

The  exact  nature  of  certain  cookies  (which,  in  certain  conditions,  can  be  considered  to  be “proliferation  cookies”)  may  be  reconsidered  in  the  future  on  the  basis  of  evolution  of  the

interpretation  of  the  directives  of  the  data  protection  authority:  in  this  case  these  privacy practices will be updated and any additional compliance requirements will be implemented.

LIFETIME OF COOKIES

Cookies have a lifetime that depends on their expiry date or on a specific action such as closing the browser, as defined at the time of installation. Cookies can be:

  • Temporary or session  cookies:  used  for  the  temporary  storage  of  information;  session cookies make it possible to interconnect the actions performed during a specific session

and they are removed from the user’s computer on closing the browser.

  • Persistent cookies: used to store information such as access username and password, in order to avoid the user having to re-enter his or her data on each fresh visit to a website.

Persistent cookies are retained on the user’s computer also after the browser is closed.

MANAGEMENT OF COOKIES – HOW TO DISABLE THEM

The majority of browsers are enabled for cookies by default. The user can then decide whether or not to accept cookies by adjusting the browser’s settings.

If consent has already been provided but the user wishes to withdraw permission to use cookies, the cookies must be deleted from the browser as described below. Otherwise the cookies already

installed will not be removed. Specifically, note that it is not possible to exert control over third- party cookies. Therefore, if consent to the use of such cookies has been granted in the past, they

must  be  deleted  in  the  browser  (dedicated  section) or  the  user  can  send  an  opt-out  request directly to the third parties in question. Further information is available on the following w

ebsites:

  • http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte
  • http://www.allaboutcookies.org
  • https://www.cookiechoices.org
  • http://www.garanteprivacy.it

For more details concerning options for disabling cookies refer to the information available in the following links for configuration of the most popular browsers. If you are not using any of the

browsers in the list, select “cookies” in the Help section of your browser.

  • Microsoft Windows Explorer

http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/windows7/block-enable-or-allow-cookies

  • Google Chrome

https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=it&p=cpn_cookies

  • Mozilla Firefox
    https://support.mozilla.org/it/kb/Attivare%20e%20disattivare%20i%20cookie
  • Apple Safari

https://support.apple.com/kb/PH17191?viewlocale=it_IT&locale=it_IT

  • Opera Software

http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.00/it/cookies.html

It  is  also  possible  to  remove  all  the  cookies  installed  in  the  cookies  folder  of  the  browsersemployed. Each browser has different procedures for management of cookie settings. Consult thehelp section of your browser to find out how to change the settings and to locate the cookiesfolder on your system.