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These conditions, hereafter referred to as “Legal Notes”, are valid exclusively between the company Uniser Società Cooperativa Sociale ONLUS, hereafter referred to as “Uniser”, with registered office in Bologna (BO), via Mura di Porta Galliera n. 1/2, VAT no. 02622940407 and any individuals and legal entities who visits and/or interacts with the internet site “uniser.net”, hereafter referred to as the “Website”.
Uniser reserves the right, at its own discretion, to change, modify, add or delete parts of the Legal Notes at any time without further notice. In such cases, Uniser will post changes to the Legal Notices on the Website. If the visitor continues to visit the Website after the changes to the Legal Notes, it means that it accepts the revised terms and conditions.
ARTICLE 1 – Intellectual Property
The URL ‘uniser.net’ is a registered domain owned by Uniser.
The content of the Website is protected by copyright. All rights in the content and material placed on the Website (such as, by way of example, text, graphics, images, logos, reproduction of trademarks and/or logos) are protected by copyright in accordance with the laws applicable from time to time and, unless expressly provided otherwise, are reserved.
The contents of the pages of the Website may not, even in part, be copied, reproduced, transferred, stored, distributed, modified or be used for any other purpose without the prior written consent of Uniser.
Quotations and direct references to the contents of the Website are permitted provided they are accompanied, always and in any case, by the citation of the name “Uniser” as the owner of the material, as well as by an indication of the source including the telematic address “uniser.net”.
Except where expressly stated, nothing in these Legal Notes shall be construed as conferring license for intellectual property rights.
ARTICLE 2 – Limitations of Liability
The information on the Website may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Uniser does not warrant the accuracy, reliability, completeness or timeliness of the material on the Website or the results that may be obtained from using the Website. Use of the Website, its contents and the material placed on it is at the risk of the person accessing it. Uniser reserves the right at any time to change, in whole or in part, the pages of the Website.
Uniser makes no guarantee in relation to the availability, accuracy, reliability or content of the pages of the Website. Nor does Uniser provide any guarantee in the event of unauthorized third party access that modifies the content of the Website.
In no way shall Uniser be liable for damages (whether direct or indirect, consequential or incidental, for loss of profit or opportunity) resulting from the use of the Website, its materials or content. Likewise, in no way can Uniser be held responsible for the transmission of viruses that infect and/or damage the computer equipment of those who access the Website or download programs from it.
ARTICLE 3 – Information provided by the visitor
It is possible that, through the Website, Uniser may receive opinions and/or suggestions from visitors regarding products and services. In any case, unless otherwise expressly stated by the visitor, all suggestions, ideas, designs, inventions or other information sent to Uniser through the Website shall remain the property of Uniser, with the result that no Information shall be subject to any obligation on the part of Uniser to pay any indemnity, compensation, royalties or remuneration of any kind or nature whatsoever.
Uniser shall be authorized to make a free and unconditional use of such information for an indefinite period and shall not be liable in any way for receipt of the Information or for its subsequent use or disclosure.
It is also understood that the visitor is responsible for his/her own communications. Uniser invites the visitors not to send material covered by copyright, patent or copyright, unless the visitor is the legitimate owner or license holder; material that reveals trade secrets or know-how, unless the visitor is the legitimate owner or license holder; material that violates the privacy rights of third parties material with content that is defamatory, intimidating or embarrassing to other visitors or third parties; advertising or spam mail.
ARTICLE 4 – Visitor Information
The Website may include links and/or links to other websites belonging to managed or otherwise activated by third parties. The use of such links and consequent access to the websites thus linked is at the complete risk and peril of the visitor. Uniser has no control over the content of such websites and cannot assume any responsibility for the material created or published therein. Furthermore, a link to a website other than “uniser.net” does not imply endorsement by Uniser of that site or the products or services contained therein. Uniser also does not guarantee in any way the security of computer systems that access third party sites through links on the Website. Uniser cannot be held liable in any way in the event of transmission of viruses to the computer equipment of visitors to the Website who access external sites through links on the Website.
Uniser does not use this Website to collect information that can identify the visitor unless such information is sent via the “contact” link, the “registration” section, with prior authorization in accordance with the regulations governing personal data. However, Uniser may automatically collect certain information that will not identify the visitor (such as, for example, the type of browser or operating system used or the domain name of the site from which the link is established). Visiting the Website may result in the automatic storage by Uniser’s information systems of certain information on the visitor’s computer such as, for example, cookies or files of a similar nature, which, however, are stored on the visitor’s computer and not on the Website. In this case, Uniser will use this information to be able to update the Website in light of the visitor’s interests and preferences. In the event that the visitor decides not to receive cookies or wishes to be informed of their sending, it is possible to set the visitor’s browser to delete or block cookies, provided that the browser allows this. We invite visitors to carefully read the Notes on Privacy and Cookies.
ARTICLE 5 – Access to the website
The visitor is entitled to access the Website for the purpose of consulting and sending the contact form. No other use of the Website or its content is permitted.
ARTICLE 6 – Contact Form
The sending of the contact form may only be usefully completed by visitors of legal age and in possession of the appropriate faculties required by law to enter into contracts.
Uniser will process the data provided by the Visitor in the registration form through electronic or manual means, in full compliance with the legislation on the protection of personal data. Personal information will be collected in accordance with the objectives expressly defined in the relevant privacy statement. We invite the visitor to carefully read the “Privacy and Cookies Notice”.
ARTICLE 7 – Cookies
The Website uses ”cookies”. Cookies are electronic files that record information relating to the visitor’s navigation on the site (pages consulted, date and time of consultation, etc.) and which allow Uniser to offer a better service.
Uniser informs the visitor of the possibility of deactivating the creation of such files by accessing its Internet configuration menu. It is understood that this will prevent the visitor from proceeding with the online purchase.
For more information please refer to the ‘Privacy and Cookies Notice’.
ARTICLE 8 – Law
These Legal Notices are governed by Italian law.
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WHAT COOKIES ARE
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your device (computer, tablet or smartphone) when you visit a particular website. The text stores information that the website is able to read when it is later consulted from the same device. In essence, cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognize your device.
Cookies do many different things: they help you navigate between pages more efficiently, they store your preferences and generally improve your browsing experience. In some cases, cookies allow us to show you promotions that may be of interest to you. Some of these cookies are necessary for the website to function properly, while others are useful because they can securely store, for example, your user name or language settings. The advantage of having cookies installed on your computer is that you no longer need to fill in the same information each time you visit a previously visited website.
Some cookies are automatically deactivated at the end of the session (from when the user opens the browser to when he/she exits the browser) others are saved on the user’s device for a longer period (usually, these cookies are used to store the preferences and choices of the user visiting the website or to profile commercial promotions).
The website may contain both original cookies and third-party cookies, i.e. cookies that are activated by a domain other than the site’s own.
Visit AboutCookies.org for more information about cookies and how they affect your browsing experience.
TYPES OF COOKIES
The website maintains the following types of cookies active on its site:
- Technical (or session) cookies: these are technical cookies that are essential to enable you to navigate the site and to use its various functionalities. Without these cookies, the shopping cart area for requesting a quote cannot function.
- Analytical cookies that improve the functioning of the website (Google Analytics): these cookies collect information on how the website is visited, for example, which pages are viewed the most. These cookies do not collect information identifying the individual User, but only aggregated and anonymous data. They are only used to improve the services offered by the website.
By using our site, you accept that such cookies may be installed on your device.
DEACTIVATION OF COOKIES
It is possible to change your browser to deactivate cookies by means of a very simple procedure (please note: deactivating cookies on your browser may cause the website to malfunction and you will not be able to save your user name and login password for restricted areas).
- Open Firefox;
- Press the button on the keyboard;
- In the toolbar at the top of the browser, select Tools and then Options;
- Then select the Privacy tab;
- Go to History Settings: and then to Use custom settings. Uncheck Accept cookies from sites and save preferences.
- Open Internet Explorer;
- Click on the Tools button and then on Internet Options;
- Select the Privacy tab and move the slider to the privacy level you wish to set (upwards to block all cookies or downwards to allow all cookies);
- Then click OK.
- Open Google Chrome;
- Click on the Tools icon;
- Select Settings and then Advanced Settings;
- Select Content Settings under Privacy;
- On the Cookies tab, you can deselect cookies and save your preferences.
- Open Safari;
- Choose Preferences from the toolbar, then select the Security panel in the dialogue box that follows;
- In the Accept cookies section you can specify whether and when Safari should save cookies from websites. For more information click on the Help button (marked with a question mark);
- For more information on the cookies that are stored on your computer, click on Show cookies.
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INFORMATION ON THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
It should be noted that the User’s personal data are collected and used in order to provide the Service and make it usable and functional, in accordance with the provisions set out in the Legal Notice and in compliance with the regulations set out in the GDPR (EU Regulation 2016/679 in force since 25.05.2018). The information and data collected will be used to provide and improve the Service and will not be used for purposes unrelated to or in excess of what is described in this Legal Notice.
By using the Site, the User accepts the collection and use of information in accordance with this policy, which, in compliance with the relevant regulations, provides that the processing carried out shall always be based on the principles of lawfulness, correctness, transparency, purpose limitation and conservation and minimisation of data, integrity, accuracy and confidentiality.
ARTICLE 1 – Data Controller
For any information regarding the processing of personal data by Uniser, including the list of those responsible and any collaborators in data processing activities, Users may:
- Send a registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt to the registered office;
- Send an e-mail to the e-mail address ‘email@example.com’;
- Send an e-mail to the PEC address ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’.
ART. 2 – Object of processing
We inform them that their personal data will be processed in order to enable the correct and optimal functioning of the services provided by the Website.
The data collected and processed may consist of:
- ‘personal data’, the processing of which is aimed at identifying the User;
- any other data voluntarily provided by the User for the better functioning of the system or to access services.
ARTICLE 3 – Purpose of processing
The processing of the above-mentioned data has the following purposes:
- enable the User to contact Uniser and make use of its services;
- respond to requests for assistance or information;
- respect any legal, accounting and tax obligations;
- to promote safety and security within and outside the services, for example by analyzing suspicious accounts and/or activities, reported by other Users, or violations of the provisions of the Legal Notices to ensure lawful use of the services; to detect, analyze, prevent and deal with fraud and other illegal activities or technical or security problems; all in order to protect the rights, property and safety of Users and/or third parties.
- carry out studies, research, market statistics, send advertising material, information, commercial information or surveys to improve the Site.
The legal basis for the processing of personal data for the purposes referred to in points a), b) and c) is Article 6, paragraph 1, letter b), of Regulation (EU) 679/2016. Providing personal data for these purposes is optional, but failure to do so would make it impossible to activate and/or use Uniser’s services.
The legal basis for the processing of personal data for the purposes referred to in points d) and e) is Article 6(1)(c) of Regulation (EU) 679/2016 insofar as, having given consent to the processing of personal data, the processing in those terms becomes necessary to respect a legal obligation to which the data controller is subject.
The legal basis for this processing of personal data for the purposes referred to in point f) is Article 6, paragraph 1, lett. a) of Regulation (EU) 679/2016 in that the processing of personal data for these purposes is not necessary for the provision of services and therefore the processing is optional and failure to consent does not affect the enjoyment of the services offered by Uniser. At any time, the User may revoke any consent given by sending a request to the contact details indicated in art. 1 of this information notice.
ARTICLE 4 – Transmission of the User’s personal data
Users’ personal data may be shared, for the above purposes, with:
- parties responsible for processing, namely:
- persons, companies or professional firms providing assistance and advice to Uniser in accounting, administrative, legal, tax and financial matters;
- subjects with whom it is necessary to interact in order to provide services (e.g. hosting providers or providers of platforms for sending e-mails);
- parties delegated to perform technical maintenance activities (including maintenance of network equipment and electronic communication networks);
- persons authorized by Uniser to process data with respect to guarantees of confidentiality or with the assumption of legal obligations of confidentiality, such as employees and internal collaborators of Uniser.
- subjects, bodies or authorities to whom it is obligatory to communicate the personal data of Users by virtue of provisions of law or orders of the authorities.
ARTICLE 5 – Data Retention
Personal data processed for the purposes set out above under (a), (b) and (c) will be kept for the time strictly necessary to achieve those purposes.
Personal data processed for the purposes set out in (d) and (e) will be kept for as long as necessary to fulfil the specific obligation or rule of law applicable.
For the purposes of point f), the personal data of Users will instead be processed until the consent is revoked and/or the individual User objects.
ARTICLE 6 – Transfer of personal data
Users’ personal data is processed and stored within the European Union, but for the purposes of better service delivery, it may be shared with third parties that may be located outside the European Economic Area. Uniser and will take all necessary steps to ensure that your data is treated securely and in accordance with this Policy, so that no transfer of your personal data to a non-EU organization or country takes place unless there are adequate controls in place regarding your data and other personal information.
ARTICLE 7 – Security
Uniser takes all necessary precautions to protect the security of the User’s personal data and, in particular, to prevent it from being altered, damaged or accessed by unauthorized third parties.
ARTICLE 8 – Users’ Rights
Pursuant to applicable legislation, the Data Controller hereby informs Users that they have the following rights:
- the right to obtain information on the origin of personal data, the purposes and methods of processing, the logic applied in the case of processing carried out with the aid of electronic instruments, the identification details of the data controller and data processors, the subjects or categories of subjects to whom the personal data may be communicated or who may become aware of them in their capacity as data processors or persons in charge of processing;
- the right to obtain access, updating, rectification or, when interested, integration of the data;
- the right to obtain the deletion, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed in breach of the law, including data whose storage is not necessary in relation to the purposes for which the data were collected or subsequently processed;
- the right to withdraw consent at any time if the processing is based on their consent;
- the right to data portability (the right to receive all personal data concerning them in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format), the right to restriction of the processing of personal data and the right to erasure (‘right to be forgotten’);
- the right to object, in whole or in part, on legitimate grounds, to the processing of personal data concerning them, even if pertinent to the purpose of collection;
- the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority (in the Member State where they habitually reside, in the Member State where they work or in the Member State where the alleged infringement took place), if they consider that the processing concerning them infringes the Regulation.