Website Privacy Policy

INFORMATION REGARDING THE PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA IN RELATION TO THE WEBSITE WWW.HYDOR.COM
art. 13 (EU) REG 2016/679

WEBSITE POLICY MOD. 1 – SEPTEMBER 3, 2019

For any request/information or to exercise the rights set forth in this Policy, please contact info@hydor.com. Please specify “Website Privacy Request – Hydor.com” in the subject of the communication.

This policy may be amended should new legal requirements be introduced or should changes be made to the website. We therefore recommend users to check this section regularly for any updates.

“GDPR” GENERAL INFORMATION

The EU REG. 679/2016 (“GDPR”) sets out the rules to protect individuals in relation to the processing of their personal data and this Privacy Policy has been drawn up in accordance with the new Regulation.  This Policy applies exclusively to the above-mentioned website. The websites you can access from this website are not covered by this Privacy Policy; the Data Controller disclaims any and all liability with respect to these. In particular, the types of cookies used by those websites and the type of personal data processing carried out by such companies (third parties) shall be governed by the privacy policy of those companies (please refer to the Cookie Policy).
In accordance with the law, processing of personal data shall be based on principles of fairness, lawfulness, transparency and protection of confidentiality and rights of the data subject. The Data Controller undertakes to fully comply with said principles and, to this end, hereby informs the data subject that – except for purposes of data processing for which his/her explicit consent to the release of data is required by law – by browsing this website, uploading or providing personal information, he/she acknowledges and agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Privacy Policy.

DATA CONTROLLER art. 24 EU GDPR

The Data Controller (or “Controller”) shall mean a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or any other body which alone or jointly with others of personal data. Moreover, the Controller is in charge of security profiles. In relation to the processing of personal data of the data subject, the Data Controller is HYDOR S.R.L. with registered office in Via Voiron 27 – 36061 Bassano del Grappa (VI) – Italy, VAT number 03404000246. For additional information, or to exercise your rights as the data subject, please contact us via the above-mentioned addresses.

DATA PROCESSOR art. 28 EU GDPR

The Data Processor is a natural or legal person, public authority, office or any other body, which processes the data subject’s personal data of the Data Controller. With regard to the processing of the data subject’s personal data, the Data Controller may, if needed, appoint the following as external Data Processors:
– the Company that manages the website and corporate marketing, which may process certain data relating to the users of this website if this is necessary for performing its duties or
– its own IT company, which may process the data subject’s information for the purposes of assistance, maintenance, updating and management of systems; or
the company that provides the navigation space (Hosting).

For any further information regarding company names, the type of data handled and processing procedures, please contact the above-mentioned addresses. In any event, the appointment of these subjects and their scope of responsibility are limited to the above-mentioned processing areas.
Over time, the Data Controller may update its list of Data Processors (by adding new Data Processors or revoking previous assignments); the data subject may request further information by contacting the above-mentioned addresses.

PERSONS IN CHARGE/AUTHORIZED art. 29 EU GDPR

With regard to persons tasked with data processing, namely the natural persons who process the data under the authority and direction of the Data Controller, the Data Controller shall – where strictly necessary – officially appoint them as (e.g. employees or external parties) and shall instruct them to carefully and lawfully process the data subject’s information. For any further information relating to the persons in charge of data processing, their appointment or instructions for them to properly process the data subject’s information, please contact the above-mentioned addresses.

COMMUNICATION TO OTHER SUBJECTS art. 13 para. 2 letter e) of the GDPR

Without prejudice to what has already been provided for in relation to Data Processors and Persons in Charge of Data Processing, the Data Controller undertakes not to disclose a data subject’s information to third parties, unless it is legally or contractually required, or if such disclosure is required for the conclusion of a contract. For example, should unlawful cyber offences be committed by the data subject, the Data Controller may provide his/her information to lawyers, Law Enforcement Agencies or the relevant Judicial Authority.

DATA FROM CHILDREN UNDER 14 YEARS OF AGE art. 8 of the EU GDPR

This website also offers services to minors under fourteen years of age. Enhanced protection of these minors is provided for by EU Regulation 679/2016. Pursuant to art. 8, the Data Controller shall only process personal data of children under fourteen years of age after the holder of parental responsibility provides his/her consent or authorisation. The Data Controller has adopted tools to lawfully obtain such consent or authorisation (please refer to the text at the bottom of the data-collection forms, in which the user is asked to declare that he/she is older than fourteen or that he/she has been previously granted consent by his/her parent/guardian). However, the Data Controller will never be able to ascertain, through this website, whether or not prior consent has actually been provided by the parent/guardian. Therefore, we highly recommend that you closely monitor the activities of your children or minors in custody and ask you to immediately inform us if unsolicited communications are received due to the fact that they were not previously authorised by the parent/guardian: if this is the case, we will immediately delete the minor’s personal data. In any event, the Data Controller cannot be held liable for any collection of data from children below the age of fourteen years who have given their consent to processing without prior consent from the parent/guardian. Finally, should the Data Controller consider that some unintentionally collected data refers to individuals under the age of fourteen, such data will be destroyed without delay.

PROCESSING CARRIED OUT THROUGH THIS WEBSITE WITH REGARD TO USERS

The Data Controller shall only process data that is strictly required; fields that must be filled in are marked with an asterisk (*) by the spaces provided on the website. The information provided shall be used exclusively for the purposes specified below (for example, the data submitted to request information about the business of the Data Controller shall only be used to reply to the user’s request and not for other purposes, unless the data subject gives his/her consent or the Controller has a legitimate interest in using the data for other purposes).

To allow navigation on the website:
PURPOSES OF PROCESSING art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
For what reason(s)/purpose(s) does the Data Controller process the data of the data subject?
When simply browsing, a user’s personal data shall not be collected. However, for the website to function normally, the IT system may acquire some information whose transmission is implicit in the communication protocols of the Internet (i.e. log files). Furthermore, information that the user does not provide directly shall be collected through the use of cookies (please refer to the Cookie Policy). This information is not collected for the purposes of associating it with specific data subjects. Despite this, due to its very nature, this information could, through processing and association with data held by third parties, allow users to be identified.
LEGAL BASIS OF THE TREATMENT art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
What justifies such processing?
Depending on the case, the legal basis may be consent pursuant to art. 22 of the GDPR (see Cookie Policy) or legal obligations and/or legitimate interests of third parties (art. 6 para. 1 letters c) and f) of the GDPR).
PERSONAL DATA RETENTION PERIOD art. 13 para. 2 letter a) of the GDPR
How long will the Data Controller keep the data of the data subject? This Data Controller does not retain any data potentially provided by navigation only.

In order to comply with legislative obligations:
PURPOSES OF PROCESSING art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
For what reason(s)/purpose(s) does the Data Controller process the data of the data subject?
The data provided by the data subject will be used for the fulfilment of legislative obligations (e.g. fiscal and/or accounting) under national, European or supranational law.
LEGAL BASIS OF THE TREATMENT art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
What justifies such processing?
The legal basis for such data processing is the fulfilment of a legal obligation to which the Data Controller is subject (art. 6 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR).
PERSONAL DATA RETENTION PERIOD art. 13 para. 2 letter a) of the GDPR
How long will the Data Controller keep the data of the data subject? The storage period depends on the rule applied by the Data Controller at the time of processing.

For the purposes of establishing, exercising or defending rights:
PURPOSES OF PROCESSING art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
For what reason(s)/purpose(s) does the Data Controller process the data of the data subject?
The data provided by the data subject shall also be processed, if necessary, for the purposes of ascertaining, exercising or defending the rights of the Data Controller in court.
LEGAL BASIS OF THE TREATMENT art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
What justifies such processing?
The legitimate interest of the Data Controller legitimises this processing (article 6 para. 1 letter f) of the GDPR). In fact, if a dispute or litigation were to arise between the data subject and the Data Controller, the latter would be entitled to process the data of the data subject in order to put forward his reasons.
PERSONAL DATA RETENTION PERIOD art. 13 para. 2 letter a) of the GDPR
How long will the Data Controller keep the data of the data subject?
The Data Controller shall keep the data of the data subject for this purpose only if there is a reasonable likelihood that he will have to take legal action.

For the processing of requests for information (“Contact us for more information” form):
PURPOSES OF PROCESSING art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
For what reason(s)/purpose(s) does the Data Controller process the data of the data subject?
By filling in certain forms, the user provides his/her own personal data, which will be processed by this Data Controller to verify requests for information from the data subject (requests generally relating to the type of activity carried out by the company, quotes, or other activities relating to the scope of work of the Data Controller).
LEGAL BASIS OF THE TREATMENT art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
What justifies such processing?
The legal basis is the implementation of pre-contractual measures taken at the request of the data subject (art. 6 para. 1 letter b) GDPR).
PERSONAL DATA RETENTION PERIOD art. 13 para. 2 letter a) of the GDPR
How long will the Data Controller keep the data of the data subject?
The data subject’s personal data shall be kept for the time required to provide the requisite information; after this period, data shall be deleted immediately.
The Data Controller immediately informs the data subject that – in the event of the conclusion of the contract – the company will keep the data for a maximum period of 10 years from the termination of the contractual relationship, for reasons of legal, fiscal and accounting protection to which the Data Controller is subject by law.

For the sending of advertising communications (so called Direct marketing):
PURPOSES OF PROCESSING art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
For what reason(s)/purpose(s) does the Data Controller process the data of the data subject?
The information provided below will apply whenever the user is required, while browsing this website, to provide his/her data and consent for the receipt of advertising material or commercial communications, offers and promotions, direct sales, or for carrying out market research or opinion polling (hereinafter referred to collectively as “direct marketing”.
The purpose of the processing is to carry out marketing activities towards the user.
LEGAL BASIS OF THE TREATMENT art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
What justifies such processing?
The legal basis consists:
1) in the consent (optional) ex art. 6 para. 1 letter a) of the GDPR of the data subject;
2) in art. 130, paragraph 4 of the new Privacy Code, but only in the case of processing via e-mail and for sending communications relating to services similar to those already “sold” to the customer;
3) in the legitimate interest ex art. 6 para. 1 letter f) (in conjunction with Recital 47 of the GDPR) where the data subject expects such processing from the Data Controller and this does not adversely affect his rights and freedoms.
4) in the case of processing of communications with a telephone operator, such processing is precluded in respect of the data subject who is registered in the Opposition Register.
PERSONAL DATA RETENTION PERIOD art. 13 para. 2 letter a) of the GDPR
How long will the Data Controller keep the data of the data subject?
1) In the case of consent, the data will be retained for this purpose until the consent referred to in art. 7 of the GDPR is revoked. Revocation of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent prior to revocation;
2) – 3) instead, in the case of processing carried out pursuant to art. 130 paragraph 4 of the new Privacy Code and art. 6 par. 1 letter f) the data will be kept for this purpose until the data subject objects to the to the data processing pursuant to art. 21 of the GDPR, which must be asserted from the start of the processing or during the course of its continuation.

To send out newsletters (information/updates):
PURPOSES OF PROCESSING art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
For what reason(s)/purpose(s) does the Data Controller process the data of the data subject?
The following information will be applied whenever, in the course of browsing this website, the user is asked to provide his data and consent to receive information and updates on the area of competence of the company (hereinafter referred to as the “Newsletter”).
The purpose of the processing is to send information and updating communications to the applicant.
LEGAL BASIS OF THE TREATMENT art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
What justifies such processing?
The legal basis consists:
1) in the provision of a service adopted and performed at the request of the data subject (art. 6 para. 1 letter b) of the GDPR);
2) in the consent (optional) ex art. 6 para. 1 letter a) of the GDPR of the data subject;
3) in the legitimate interest ex art. 6 para. 1 letter f) (in conjunction with Recital 47 of the GDPR) where the data subject expects such processing from the Data Controller and this does not adversely affect his rights and freedoms.
PERSONAL DATA RETENTION PERIOD art. 13 para. 2 letter a) of the GDPR
How long will the Data Controller keep the data of the data subject?
The data will be kept for the purpose of sending newsletters until the data subject decides to object to the receipt of such communications (art. 21 of the GDPR). In the case of prior consent, the data will be kept for this purpose until the revocation of consent pursuant to art. 7 of the GDPR. Revocation of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent prior to revocation.

To provide information:
PURPOSES OF PROCESSING art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
For what reason(s)/purpose(s) does the Data Controller process the data of the data subject?
When using the email address, telephone number or other contact details published by the Data Controller on its website, the user will provide his/her personal data (e.g. during a telephone call, he/she will provide his/her name, surname, telephone number, etc.).
The purpose of processing is to reply to requests for information from the user.
LEGAL BASIS OF THE TREATMENT art. 13 para. 1 letter c) of the GDPR
What justifies such processing?
Implementing pre-contractual measures taken at the request of the data subject (art. 6 para. 1 letter. b) of the GDPR), like requests for information about the business and services provided by the Data Controller; consent provided by the user (art. 6 letter. a) of the GDPR), (who by contacting the Data Controller will expressly declare this; or the legitimate interest of the Data Controller constitute the legal basis for processing (art. 6 para. 1 letter. f) of the GDPR).
PERSONAL DATA RETENTION PERIOD art. 13 para. 2 letter a) of the GDPR
How long will the Data Controller keep the data of the data subject?
The data subject’s data shall be kept by the Data Controller for the time required to provide the requisite information; after this period, data shall be deleted.

COOKIE POLICY

Users can find information on cookies and similar automated systems by clicking on the “Cookie Policy” link on this website. For the sake of providing comprehensive information, the Data Controller has also provided the Cookie Policy below.

To allow navigation on the website:
MEANS OF PROCESSING art. 13 of the GDPR
With which systems does the Data Controller carry out such processing?
Processing carried out exclusively by means of computer systems.
OBLIGATORY NATURE OF THE PROVISION art. 13 para. 2 letter e)
Is the data subject obliged to provide his/her data to the Data Controller? Consequences in case of failure to provide.

In order to comply with legislative obligations:
MEANS OF PROCESSING art. 13 of the GDPR
With which systems does the Data Controller carry out such processing?
The system depends on legal obligations; in fact, it is sometimes the legislative framework that provides for the way in which processing is carried out (see, for example, on electronic invoicing).
OBLIGATORY NATURE OF THE PROVISION art. 13 para. 2 letter e)
Is the data subject obliged to provide his/her data to the Data Controller? Consequences in case of failure to provide.
Not relevant.

For the purposes of establishing, exercising or defending rights:
MEANS OF PROCESSING art. 13 of the GDPR
With which systems does the Data Controller carry out such processing?
Processing carried out by means of computer systems (e.g. with the use of email, certified email, telematic platform, management systems, other) and paper systems (e.g. with the drafting of judicial documents, warnings, printing of documents, paper mail, other). Sometimes, the system depends on legal obligations (see PCT).
OBLIGATORY NATURE OF THE PROVISION art. 13 para. 2 letter e)
Is the data subject obliged to provide his/her data to the Data Controller? Consequences in case of failure to provide.
Not relevant.

For the processing of requests for information (“Contact us for more information” form):
MEANS OF PROCESSING art. 13 of the GDPR
With which systems does the Data Controller carry out such processing?
Processing carried out exclusively by means of computer systems.
OBLIGATORY NATURE OF THE PROVISION art. 13 para. 2 letter e)
Is the data subject obliged to provide his/her data to the Data Controller? Consequences in case of failure to provide.
The data subject is not obliged to provide his data.
Failure to provide data does not allow the user to receive information on the activities carried out by the Data Controller or quotes or other information relating to.

For the sending of advertising communications (so-called Direct marketing) and for sending out Newsletters:
MEANS OF PROCESSING art. 13 of the GDPR
With which systems does the Data Controller carry out such processing?
Communications concerning “Direct Marketing” or “Newsletters” are carried out through “automated” systems (such as, for example, by email, fax, text message, telephone calls without the aid of an operator, social networks, interactive applications, push notifications) and through “traditional” systems (such as, for example, by paper mail and/or calls with an operator). It should be noted that the consent collected for performing processing with “automated systems” legitimises the Data Controller to use the same data for the execution of communication through the “traditional systems”. In any case, the data subject has the right to oppose any form of unwanted processing (for example, expressing his willingness to receive only communications by email).
OBLIGATORY NATURE OF THE PROVISION art. 13 para. 2 letter e)
Is the data subject obliged to provide his/her data to the Data Controller? Consequences in case of failure to provide.
The provision of personal data is not mandatory.
In the event of failure to provide data to receive communications on “direct marketing” or news and updates on the field of competence of the Data Controller, the data subject may not receive more information on the activities and services that the Data Controller carries out.

DISCLOSURE AND TRANSFER OF DATA IN COUNTRIES NOT BELONGING TO THE EUROPEAN UNION OR TO INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
art. 13 para. 1 letter f).

The Data Controller does not disclose the person concerned data but could transfer the data to countries outside the EU. In the case of transfers, the Data Controller guarantees the application of the rules referred to in articles 44 and following of the GDPR. For any information, contact the email address already reported.

RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECT – COMPLAINT TO THE SUPERVISORY AUTHORITY

What are the rights of the data subject who has given his or her data to the data controller?
The data subject – i.e. the subject who provides his/her personal information to the Data Controller – is entitled to the following rights:
– the right of the data subject to request access to his/her personal data from the Data Controller (art. 15 EU GDPR);
– the right of rectification, i.e. the right to modify data if it changes (art. 16 EU GDPR);
– the right to restrict processing of his/her data, i.e. to limit the use of data by the Data Controller (art. 18 EU REG.);
the right to object to data processing on legitimate grounds (art. 21 GDPR);
– the right to data portability, i.e. the right to obtain a copy of all personal information processed by the Data Controller in a structured and machine-readable format (art. 20 EU GDPR);
– the right to ask the Data Controller to erase their data (art. 17 EU GDPR);
– the right to withdraw, at any time, the express consent previously granted, without prejudice to the lawfulness of the data processing carried out until that point (art. 7 – 13 EU GDPR);
– the right to lodge a complaint with the Italian Data Protection Authority if privacy regulations are breached (art. 77 EU GDPR).

Requests, made without a formal procedure, may be sent to the Data Controller at the following address: info@hydor.com

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COOKIE POLICY
WWW.HYDOR.COM
art. 13 REG. (UE) 2016/679

WEBSITE POLICY MOD. 1 – SEPTEMBER 3, 2019

For any request/information or to exercise the rights set forth in this Policy, please contact info@hydor.com.
Please specify “Website Privacy Request – Hydor.com” in the subject of the communication.

The “PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION POLICY OF THE WEBSITE” forms an integral part of the following “COOKIE POLICY”, including the rights that a user may exercise by contacting the above-mentioned addresses.
This policy may be amended should new legal requirements be introduced or should changes be made to the website. We therefore recommend users to check this section regularly for any updates.

I. GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT COOKIES

Pursuant to EU Reg. 679/2016, as well as in accordance with the Provision issued by the Italian Data Protection Authority on 8.05.2014, which identifies simplified procedures for providing information and acquiring consent to the use of cookies (published in Official Bulletin no. 126 on 3.06.2014), and with respect for any further amendments, the Data Controller hereby provides its Cookie Policy.
The purpose of this Cookie Policy is to provide users with all information relating to art. 13 of the GDPR and to describe in a specific and analytical way the features and purposes of cookies installed on the website, with users being able to select/disable individual cookies.
Processing through the use of cookies is carried out by means of automated tools and the data retention period depends on the type of cookie used.

What cookies are
Cookies are small text files that are sent to a user’s computer/device by websites visited (usually to his/her browser: Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.), where they are stored and then sent back to the same sites each time the same user subsequently visits them.

Why they’re useful
Cookies are useful because they allow websites to recognise a user’s device and this improves the user’s browsing experience. Cookies serve a number of purposes, which include enabling users to effectively browse a website’s pages, to remind them of their favourite websites, to memorise language preferences, etc. Cookies also help to ensure that online advertising content is tailored to the user’s particular interests.

Cookie classification
There are different types of cookies:
1) they may be based on duration, like “session” cookies (automatically deleted by the browser when it closes) or “persistent” cookies (active until their expiration date or when deleted by the user);
2) with regards to their source, cookies can be “first-party” (sent to the browser directly from the website that the user is visiting) or “third-party” (sent to the browser from other websites than the one user is visiting).
3) Depending on their purpose, cookies may be technical or used for profiling. It is worth exploring these types in further detail.

Technical cookies
improve the user’s browsing experience. In fact, without the use of technical cookies, certain operations would be much more complex and almost impossible to carry out. These cookies – which can be first-party or third-party, session or persistent cookies – do not require the user’s prior consent to be installed. Technical cookies are “strictly necessary” when they enable you to effectively navigate the website and make use of its essential features, such as allowing you to perform electronic authentications or storing previous actions. Blocking the use of these cookies may compromise the user’s browsing experience. Technical cookies are “functional” when they improve the user’s browsing experience by storing his/her preferences, such as language, name and location. Blocking these cookies will not compromise your browsing experience, but you will not be able to make use of these useful services. Technical cookies are “analytical” when they allow you to gather information on how users interact with the website. They analyse the number of pages visited, the time spent on the website, the most visited pages and any other events that come to light during browsing, such as errors from pages visited. These cookies allow the website owner to obtain statistical data regarding web navigation and to improve services offered to its users. Analytical cookies are technical in nature – not for profiling – only when the Data Controller has adopted appropriate tools to decrease the identifying power of the analytical cookies used, by masking significant portions of the IP address. The user’s prior consent is not required when installing technical cookies. Therefore, when the website only uses technical cookies, the Data Controller is not required to obtain consent via a cookie banner. However, this extended policy (the one that the user is reading right now) is mandatory.

Profiling cookies
are only activated after the user grants his/her consent. Consent is granted by clicking “OK” (or “continue”, etc.) on the banner that appears on the homepage or any other page of the same website, or by the deliberate action of the users themselves (i.e., selecting content on the page below said banner). Profiling cookies are used to improve the services offered by the Data Controller and to select and send advertisements based on the preferences expressed by the user while browsing. The use of profiling cookies to send targeted advertising material does not mean that more advertisements will be displayed, nor shall the user’s browsing experience be hindered. As a matter of fact, by disabling profiling cookies, the user will only see general advertising material instead of advertisements in line with his/her interests. For example, statistical/analytical third-party cookies without IP masking and data-crossing are profiling cookies, as are advertising, tracking or conversion cookies.

II. HOW TO SELECT AND/OR DISABLE COOKIES

Without prejudice to the fact that the prior consent of the user must be obtained if profiling cookies are installed, most browsers automatically accept cookies. By modifying the settings of your browser, cookies may be restricted or blocked. To manage cookies, you should read the instruction manual or directions provided by your browser following the paths shown below (relating to the most commonly used browsers):
– Explorer
https://support.microsoft.com/it-it/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies
– Safari
support.apple.com/mobile
support.apple.com/desktop
– Chrome
https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=it
– Firefox
https://support.mozilla.org/it/kb/Eliminare%20i%20cookie

If you use more than one browser, you should repeat the procedure to delete the cookies for each browser. If you use different devices (such as a smartphone or tablet), you should read the instruction manual of your device for information on how to uninstall cookies. Please be aware that if you decide to block cookies, this may compromise or prevent the proper functioning of the website, given that some cookies are strictly required for browsing.

III. COOKIES USED ON THIS WEBSITE.
HOW TO MANAGE THIRD-PARTY COOKIES.

First-party technical and profiling cookies

This website uses “functional” and “strictly necessary” first-party technical cookies to improve the user’s browsing experience. It does this so that:
– services provided are faster;
– previous actions are stored;
– a multi-lingual service is provided.
To disable cookies, please refer to point 2) of this policy.
This website does not use first-party profiling cookies.

List of technical cookies used on this website:
Cookie name: Language
Domain: www.hydor.com
Duration: 1 year

Third-party profiling and technical cookies

This website uses third-party tools.
These cookies are not controlled directly by the Data Controller. Therefore, to disable these cookies and for further information, users should follow the procedure detailed below:
1) by clickinghttp://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/, you can access more detailed information about third-party cookies, the concept of behavioural advertising and the promotional and targeting cookies that may be stored on your computer/device. The user may disable all or some of these cookies by clicking the following link:http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte or
2) the third-party cookies or systems with similar features used on this website are listed below. To manage and disable these cookies, you should access the privacy policies and consent forms of the third parties in question by clicking on the following links.

Google Analytics Cookies – “Google Analytics”
This website uses “Google Analytics” to install analytical technical cookies that allow the website owner to obtain statistical data regarding web navigation and to improve services offered to its users. The website owner has adopted appropriate tools to decrease the identifying power of the analytical cookies used, by masking significant portions of the IP address. The data generated by Google Analytics is stored in accordance with the terms specified by the privacy policy located at the following address: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2838718
Google Inc.’s privacy policy can be found at the following address: http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/
You may disable Google Analytics by installing the opt-out add-on on your browser supplied at the following address: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Blocking these cookies will not compromise the user’s browsing experience: however, it should be noted that the statistical data collected anonymously through these technical cookies is used by the Data Controller to improve the services it provides for users.

List of “Google Analytics” cookies used on this website:
cookie name: _gat
domain: hydor.com
duration: 1 minute
cookie name: _gat
domain: hydor.com
duration: 1 minute
cookie name: _gid
domain: hydor.com
duration: 1 day

Google Inc. interactive map
This website uses an interactive map provided by Google Inc., which may result in the installation of profiling cookies to collect information and preferences relating to services. The Data Controller only uses this “embedded” system to provide an additional service to the user and, therefore, does not use the information collected for other purposes. That said, the Data Controller does, through this system, provide information about the user to the third party providing the interactive map. The third party may combine the information collected with other information already available to it, which has been provided directly by the user or collected based on how the user has used the services provided by the third party.
For more information about this service or to disable the relevant cookies, please refer to Google’s privacy policy, accessible via the following address:
http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/
Blocking these profiling cookies will not hinder your browsing experience, but you will not be able to make use of the Google Maps service made available on the website by the website owner.

List of profiling cookies installed as a result of using the Map:
cookie name: NID
domain: google.com
duration: 6 months.

Social Network Icon
On the website pages you will see some Social Network buttons (Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter). These so-called social network icons are used to show that our company is active on a certain platform. These buttons do not release profiling cookies. In any event, we recommend that you learn how these Social Networks manage your data, by accessing the various platforms’ privacy policies.

Final information
For more information and details about how to disable third-party cookies sent to your browser while browsing this website, please refer to http://www.youronlinechoices.com
Over time, third parties may change the web addresses containing their own privacy policies: in the event that the links included above do not direct you to the third parties’ privacy policies, please contact the Data Controller via the above-mentioned addresses.