Farmabarocco | Privacy Policy
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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

The Data Controller :

Farmabarocco srl – Via Miccichè 104, 97018 Donnalucata(RG),

P.IVa 0170044884 –  info(@)farmabarocco.com

 

 

Collected Information

Among the Personal Data collected by this site, be it independently or through a third-party, there
are: Cookies, Usage Data, Email, Name and Telephone Number.

Other types of Personal Data collected by us may be indicated in other sections of this Privacy
Policy or through informative texts displayed at the time of the collection of data.

Personal Data may be entered voluntarily by the User or it may be collected automatically while
using this site. The possible use of Cookies or other tracking tools by this Site or by the owners of
third-party services used by this site, unless otherwise stated, aims to identify the User and record
their preferences strictly for the purposes related to the provision of the service requested by the
User.

Failure by the User to provide certain Personal Data may prevent this Site from providing its
services.

The User assumes the responsibility of Personal Data published or shared by third parties while
using this Site and guarantees to have the right to communicate or share them, freeing the Owner of
any responsibility towards third parties.

 

 

How and where collected data is treated

How Data is treated

The Owner treats Personal Data collected from the User by taking the appropriate security measures
to prevent unauthorized access, disclosure, modification or destruction of said Data.

Data processing is carried out using IT and/or telecommunication tools in an organized and logical
approach strictly related for the indicated purposes.

In addition to the Owner, in some cases, other collaborators of the site could have access to
Personal Data such as: administrative, commercial, marketing, system administrators and legal
personnel, as well as external third parties such as: third party technical service providers, IT
companies and communication agencies. They can be appointed as Data Processors by the Owner if
necessary.

The updated list of Data Processors may be requested from the Data Controller at any time.

 

 

Place

The Data is processed at the Data Controller’s operational headquarters. For more information,
please contact the Owner

 

 

Duration

The Data is processed for the amount of time necessary to perform the requested service by the
User or for the amount of time required for all intents and purposes described in this document and
the User can always request to interrupt or cancel the processing of its Data.

Why we collect User Data

The User Data is collected to allow the site to provide its services, as well as for the following
purposes: contacting the User, Managing addresses and sending email messages, Social Networks
and external platforms interaction, business affiliation, content Comment, RSS feed management
and statistics. The types of Personal Data used for each purpose are indicated in specific sections of
this document.

 

 

Facebook permissions required by this site

This Site may require certain Facebook permissions that allow it to perform actions with the User’s
Facebook account and to collect information, including Personal Data, from it. For more
information regarding the following permissions refer to the Facebook permissions and Privacy
Policy. The required permits are as follows:

 

 

Basic Information

Basic User information registered on Facebook that normally includes the following data such as:
I.D., name, profile image, language for localization purposes and, in some cases, Facebook friends.
If the User has made publicly available any additional Data, it will be available for the Site to use.

 

 

Sharing

Sharing on behalf of the User: Insight provides access to Insight Data for pages, applications and
domains that the User owns. I Like provides access to all the pages that the User has marked with a
like.

 

 

 

RESPECT OF PRIVACY

 

Personal Data given to the Site during the registration and ordering phases are collected by
farmabarocco.com and processed using IT support to satisfy the obligations that arise from the
contract accepted by the User and are in no way shared or transferred to third parties. Farmabarocco
guarantees the privacy of its customers by complying with the legislation regarding the processing
of personal Data which is governed by the privacy code pursuant to the Legislative Decree N.196 of
30.06.03. The Owner of the Data Collector is farmabarocco.com, the person who, from time to
time, has legal representation, unless a manager is appointed in accordance with Art.29 of the
Legislative Decree n.196/2003.

The client, at any time, has the right to revoke consent of the treatment of its Data by the Data
Controller by means of written notice to be sent to our legal headquarters. The client, who declares
to have received all the information pertaining to Art.13 and information about privacy rights
pursuant to Art.7 of the Legislative Decree n196/2003 has the right to access their Data according to
the methods described therein. Communications for marketing purposes will be sent only with the
explicit consent of the Client issued along with the Data processed in the online registration form.

 

 

Information regarding Cookie use

Farmabarocco.com stores information in the form of small text files on the User’s computer. These
files are called cookies:

There are different types of cookies and it is possible to specify if some, all or none can be saved on
the user’s computer. If you do not accept any cookie, it is possible that you may not be able to view
some sites nor take advantage of personalized functions such as: visualization of local news,
weather reports or stock exchange quotes).

A cookie is a file created by an internet site in order to store information about the user in the
system such as browsing preferences while navigating the site. If, for example, the user performs a
search relating to the time of a flight on an airline’s website, the site may create a cookie that
contains the user’s itinerary or the cookie may contain a record of the pages visited within the site.
This data will be used by the site to personalize the information shown to the user on their next
visit.

Cookies may also store personal identity information such as: name, email address, personal and/or
work address or phone number which may be used to identify or contact the person. In any case, the
site can only access the information provided by the user. For example, the site cannot pull the
user’s email address unless the user provides it nor can it access any other information stored in the
user’s computer.

Cookies saved in the user’s computer can only be read by the site that created them; files that
contain cookies in fact have the name composed of the URL of the website that created them.

 

Permanent and temporary cookies

A permanent cookie remains stored as a file on the computer even after the browser is closed and
can be read by the website that created it, the next time the user visits the site.

A temporary cookie only remains stored for the duration of the current session and is removed from
the computer after the session is closed: this closure can be caused by the execution of a specific command, by closing the browser or by the use of a different URL from the site that created the
cookie.

 

First-party or third-party cookies

First-party cookies are those created by the site that is being visited, or those sent to it, and are
generally used to store user preferences while visiting the site.

Third-party cookies are cookies created by a website other than the one displayed, or sent to it.
Third-party websites generally provide part of the content of the displayed website. For example,
many sites use advertisements from third-party sites that, in turn, may use cookies of this type and
are generally used to record the use of a webpage by the user for advertising or marketing purposes.
Third party cookies may be temporary or permanent.

Some cookies may be potentially harmful as they may allow access to personal information that
could be used for other purposes without the user’s consent.

 

 

Browser configuration

Browsers may be configured to control the storage of cookies. Usually the configuration option that
allows you to disable the storage of cookies is linked to the browser’s privacy policy management.

You may refute or block cookies by adjusting the settings of your browser accordingly. Below is a
list of the top browser guides showing how to do this.

 

Cookie management for Firefox

Cookie management for Internet Explorer 11

Cookie management for Internet Explorer 10

Cookie management for Internet Explorer 9

Cookie management for Internet Explorer 7 e 8

Cookie management for Opera

Cookie management for Safari 3

Cookie management for Google Chrome