COOKIE POLICY

This information is provided with the specific purpose of describing the types of cookies and how they are used, as well as explaining what actions can be taken to reject or deletecookies found on the www.bipod.it website (the “Site”).

  1. Data controller, Data Protection Officer

The data controller is SAES Getters S.p.A., with registered offices in Viale Italia 77, 20045 - Lainate (MI), tax code and VAT no. 00774910152, (henceforth simply the “Company” or "Controller”).

 

The Data Protection Officer (DPO) appointed by SAES Getters is LCA SERVIZI S.r.l. (Mr. Gianluca De Cristofaro) can be reached at the following address: Via della Moscova 18, 20121, Milano, e-mail: dpo@lcalex.it

 

  1. Data collected

Browsing data and cookies (henceforth also the "Data")

  1. What is a cookie

Cookies are small strings of text that the sites visited by the user send to the browser on the user's computer, where they are stored and then sent back to the same sites when the same user accesses the site at some later stage. When browsing on a site, the user can receive "first party" cookies on their computer. "First party" cookies are managed directly by the site owner and/or manager. The user may also receive cookies sent by different sites or web servers (so called "third party" cookies); this happens because the website visited may contain elements that reside on different servers from that hosting the website. In other words, these are cookies that are set up by a website that is not the one you are currently visiting.

There are three different types of cookies:

  • Technical cookies: only used to enable the website to operate correctly;
  • Analytic cookies: used to collect aggregate information mainly of a statistical nature;
  • Profiling cookies: these are designed to create user profiles to be used to send advertising messages in line with the preferences they reveal while browsing on the web.
  1. Which cookies are used and for what purpose

Depending on the purposes pursued, the cookies found on the Site may be technical, analytic or for profiling purposes.

The Site uses the following cookies for the purposes detailed below.

Technical cookies

Technical cookies are used for the sole purpose of transmitting a communication on an electronic communication network, or to the extent that they are strictly necessary to a company service provider to obtain the information required to issue a service explicitly requested by the user.

Technical cookies found on the Site can be subdivided into browsing or session cookies, which guarantee normal browsing and Site enjoyment (enabling, for example, a purchase to be made, or authorisation to access restricted areas of the Site). These cookies include operational and preferential cookies, that allow the choices made by the User on the Site to be memorised (for example, the language), in order to improve the service provided to the same User.

No advance consent by Site users is required in order to install these cookies.

The Site uses the following technical cookies:

 

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Analytical cookies

The first party analytical cookies are equivalent to technical cookies and are used to gather information, in an aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the Site.

Note that the Site also uses the following third party analytic cookies, in order to analyse the user's browsing and to collect statistics on their visits in order to improve the offer of content on the web pages. These cookies, given that the IP address is not visible, are equivalent to technical cookies and therefore do not require the User's consent.

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Profiling cookies

These cookies enable the creation of an anonymous profile of the user based on the Site browsing experience. In this way, once consent has been given, we can provide users with targeted advertising based on the user's interests.

We hereby report that the Site using the following first party profiling cookies:

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We hereby report that the Site using the following third party profiling cookies:

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  1. Nature of data provision by users

The user authorises the use of technical cookies and similar by selecting, within the banner containing a short information notice, the special command marked with an X or by clicking on the button "Reject all cookies except for essential technical ones". In this way the default settings are maintained and therefore browsing shall continue without any cookies or tracking tools other than technical ones. The provision of the Data processed by installing technical cookies and analytic cookies, despite being optional, is necessary to ensure correct browsing on the Site. If the User decides to deactivate the technical and analytic cookies, he/she will not have access to many of the features that make the Site more efficient and some of our services will not operate correctly.

Giving consent to the installation of first party or third party profiling cookies remains completely optional. Your data will only be processed by installing these cookies only once you have given express consent by pressing on the button "Accept all cookies" or by expressing your preference in this regard.

The preferences relative to cookies can be changed at any time by specifically configuring the browser, following the specific procedures described below.  By using the browser 's preferences previously installed cookies can also be deleted, including those for which one may have granted one's consent.

As regards third party cookies, the user may also exercise his/her right to object to processing by checking the data processing information notice of the third party, by means of the opt out link if explicitly provided, or by contacting the third party directly.

  1. Options available related to cookie use

Users can check the cookies through the settings of the browser used. Given that each browser works slightly differently, the user much check on the "help"menu of their browser to understand how cookie settings can be changed.

The user can then modify the browser's settings so that the cookies are erased or not saved on the computer or mobile device without his/her explicit consent. The links below can help the user to understand how to set up his/her browser:

 

  1. Data Recipients

The Data may be disclosed to and processed by the employees of the Controller's corporate departments appointed to pursue the purposes outlined above, expressly authorised to undertake the processing and which have received appropriate operating instructions.

The Data may also be communicated to third party recipients - independent data processing controllers appointed as Data Processors - that belong to the following categories:

  1. external subjects operating as independent controllers such as, by way of example, Authorities and supervisory and control bodies and generally speaking subjects, including private entities, that may legitimately request the data (for example accounting and legal consultants), Public Authorities that make an express request for administrative or institutional reasons, in accordance with the provisions of current national and European legislation.
  2. subjects other than the Data Controller that provide services to the same and are useful for its activities (for example: providers of IT services for the management of databases which may contain contact details and e-mails, providers of digital services and IT consultants that provide technical assistance to the Controller, companies that offer support in carrying out market surveys); these subjects have received a specific appointment as Data processors and their names are available on request from the Controller, by using the contact details provided in the following Paragraph 9.
  1. Transfer of personal data to countries outside the European Union.

The Data collected on the Site will not be transferred outside the European Union.

If this happens, with reference to the Data collected using cookies found on the Site, the Controller, within the scope of his remit, shall adopt appropriate guarantees, including the adequacy decisions in force and theStandard Contractual Clausesadopted by the European Commission.

  1. Data subject rights

The Users, as data subjects (meaning subjects to whom the Data refers), are entitled to the rights granted by the GDPR. In particular, pursuant to articles 15-22 of the GDPR, the data subjects have the right, at any time, to request and obtain access to their personal data, information the processing performed, rectification and/or updating of personal data, the erasure and restriction of processing. They also have the right to object to processing and request data portability (meaning the right to receive their personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine readable format). Finally, the data subjects always have the right to withdraw their consent at any time (this, in any event, without prejudice to the lawfulness of processing carried out based on the consent provided prior to withdrawal) and to file a complaint with the control authority (in Italy: the Data Protection Authority "Garante").

The rights detailed above may be exercised at any time, by sending a simple request to the Controller, to be sent:

  • via the e-mail address privacy@saes-group.com; or
  • by contacting the Legal & Compliance Office of SAES Getters in writing to the address Viale Italia 77, Lainate (MI).