Privacy Information

RAYTECH Srl (C.F. and VAT 11325760152), settled in Settimo Milanese (MI) Via Enrico Fermi n. 13 (here as “Owner”), as controller of personal data, hereby informs that, as per art. 13 Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003 (here below Privacy Code) and as per art. 13 UE Reg. 2016/679 (here below GDPR), Your personal data will be treated according to, and due to, the following aims:

  1. Treatment Subject

    The Owner will treat identification persona data (name, surname, company name, address, phone number, e-mail) You are going to declare when filling the form on out web site www.raytech.it

  2. Processing Purposes

    Your personal data are treated after Your specific and explicit consent (art. 23 and 130 Privacy Code and art. 7 GDPR) for the following purposes:

    • a. To send and receive, via electronic mail, promotional and commercial information and news;
    • b. To forward specific commercial requests for each customer.
  3. Right of Cancellation (“right to be forgotten”)

    Once You are RAYTECH Srl customer, the Owner may send You commercial communications and promotional materials about products and services like those You have already purchased, unless Your explicit dissent.
    Under article 17 GDPR it is Your right to get and obtain from the Owner the cancellation of your personal data with no undue delay, and the Owner must delate, with no undue delay, Your personal data in case of: no further need of your personal data for the purposes they were collected for; the concerned person revokes the consent on which the subscription is based on; the concerned person opposes to the treatment and there is no rightful reason to go on; personal data are illegally treated; personal data must be cancelled in order to fulfill a legal obligation as per Union Right or Member State the Owner is under to; personal data were collected relating to service offer of information company as per art. 8 parag. 1.

  4. Procedures for Dealing

    Treatment of your personal data made up through operations indicated in art. 4 letter a) Privacy Code article 4 point 2) GDPR and precisely: collecting, registration, organization, storage, consultation, elaboration, modification, selection, comparison, se, interconnection, block, communication, cancellation, and destruction of data. Your data will go under paper and electronic and/or automatic treatment.

  5. Treatment Duration

    The Owner will treat Your personal data for the necessary time to fulfill the aim above described and, in any case, no longer than 10 years from the collection of these personal data for marketing purposes.

  6. Data Access

    Your data may be available for purposes as per art. 2) for Owner’s employees and co-workers, in their role of internal people in charge for the treatment, and/or system administrators. Under Article 15 GDPR You have the right to get from the Owner the confirmation it is undergoing a treatment of Your personal data and, in this case, to get the access to personal data and information, according the above-mentioned regulation.

  7. Communication of data

    With no need to get Your explicit consent, the Owner may report Your personal data to Supervisory and Legal Authorities that will treat them as independent treatment owner.
    Your personal data won’t be further widespread.

  8. Care and transfer of data

    Personal Data will be stored in server and archive at Owner operative premises, settled in Settimo Milanese (MI) Via E. Fermi n. 11/13 – Italy, within European Union.
    It being understood that the Owner, if needed, will be able to move data even on server placed in extra-EU territories. In this case the Owner ensures, starting from now, that this transfer will be done under applicable legal provisions.

  9. Origin of Data Contribution

    The contribution of data as per purposes reported in point 2) is an optional. You can decide not to give any data or to deny lately the faculty to deal with data you already gave, as already mentioned in point 3).

  10. Right of interested person

    According to Your role of interested person, you have, according to artt. 15,16,17, 18, 19,20, the following rights:

    • – To obtain the confirmation that it is undergoing your personal data treatment;
    • – To obtain the indication of the aims of the treatment, categories of personal data, recipient, or recipient categories, to whom data will be (or have been) communicated;
    • – Period of data storaging;
    • – The existence of the right to ask the Owner for correction or cancellation of personal data, or limitation of treatment for personal data about You;
    • – Opposing, completely or partially, to their treatment for rightful reasons;
    • – Ask and obtain personal data about You form the Owner and transmit them to another treatment owner with no obstacles;
    • – Present a complaint to Privacy Authority Guarantor.
  11. How to exercise the right

    You can anyway exercise Your right sending:

    • – A registration mail A/R to RAY TECH Srl (C.F. and VAT 11325760152), to headquarter at 11325760152), settled in Settimo Milanese (MI) Via Enrico Fermi n. 13 – Italy;
    • – An electronic communication to address privacy@raytech.it
  12. Owner, responsible and appointed

    The Owner of treatment is RAYTECH Srl (C.F. E P.IVA 11325760152), settled in Italy, Settimo Milanese (MI) Via E. Fermi n. 11/13.
    The updated list of responsibles and appointed for treatment is kept at Owner Legal Address.

Cookies

On cookies, please see the policy related here as follows.

Cookie policy – full information

This privacy information is written in compliance with obligations set out under Article 10 of Directive 95/46/EC, as well as what is provided under Directive 2002/58/EC, as amended by Directive 2009/136/EC, on the subject of Cookies.

CHARACTERISTICS AND PERMANENCE OF COOKIES

Cookies are made up of portions of code sent from a web server inside the user’s browser and stored on a hard drive in their hardware system. The sending of cookies allows automatic access and the memorisation of data on their own hardware. Cookies allow their hardware device to be identified when they access the site.

Further information on cookies can be found at the following URL addresses

  • www.cookiechoices.org
  • www.allaboutcookies.org
  • www.youronlinechoices.com/


TECHNICAL COOKIES

The purpose of technical cookies is to allow the execution of activities strictly related to the operation of this site. Technical cookies in this case may be divided into the following subcategories:

The purpose of technical cookies is to allow the execution of activities strictly related to the operation of this site. Technical cookies in this case may be divided into the following subcategories: Browsing cookies, through which browsing preferences may be saved and the browsing experience of the user may be optimised. Information systems and software procedures that have been implemented for the running of this website acquire, during their normal operation, some personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols. This concerns information which is not collected to be associated with an identified interested party, but which may, due to its nature, through elaboration and association of data possessed by third parties, allow users to be identified. This category of data includes IP addresses or domain names of computers used by users who connect to the site, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) notation of requested resources, the time of the request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in reply, the numeric code indicating the state of the reply given by the server (good outcome, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the operating system and to the user’s IT environment.
This data is used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information regarding the use of the website and to check that the site is operating correctly, and is cancelled immediately after being processed. The data could be used to establish liability in the event of hypothetical IT crimes that damage the website: with the exception of this possibility, currently the data on web contacts does not exist for more that seven days. Cookie analytics, through which statistical data is obtained on the browsing habits of users. This information is handled in an anonymous and aggregated manner; Functionality cookies, also from third parties, used to activate specific functionalities of this online space and necessary to supply or improve the service. These cookies do not require the prior consent of the user to be installed and used, since they do not contain any information which would allow them to be identified. The details of the cookies used by this site are as follows: SN_raytech, SSC_raytech, SSID_raytech, SV_raytech, PHPSESSID, currency, language.


COOKIE PROFILING

Tools managed by the Owner to trace the user profile.

The Owner themselves manages the tracing tools, including those based on cookies, that are used to guarantee that the user receives publicity offers in line with their browsing preferences or with other data provided to the Owner. For this purpose, the Owner informs the user that they may give their details to third parties.

Other types of cookies or third party tools that may be used

Some services listed below collect statistics in the aggregated form and may not have to ask for the user’s consent or may be managed directly by the Owner – depending on what is described – without the help of third parties.

The details of the cookies used by this site are as follows:

Analytics (shinystat)

For more information about used cookies, please visit Shinystat privacy page.

To manage cookies opt-out, please refer to the Shinystat opt-out page.


Analytics (google analytics and shinystat)

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At any point the user may refuse the tracing action by selecting their own preferences for these items via the following links:

tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it

www.shinystat.com/optout/optout.html


USE BY MINORS

Users declare to be adults, according to the legislation applicable to them. Minors may use this online space only with the assistance of a parent or guardian.


MANAGE COOKIES WITHIN YOUR BROWSER

In addition to what is indicated in this document, the user may manage their preferences regarding cookies directly within their browser and prevent – for example – third parties from installing them. Through browser preferences it is also possible to delete cookies that were installed in the past, including cookies that may be saved in connection with cookie installation by this site.

However, please note that by disabling all cookies the operation of this site may be compromised.

Google Chrome Settings

Click on the Chrome menu in your browser’s toolbar.

Select Settings.

Click Show advanced settings.

Under the ‘Privacy’ section, click on the ‘Content Settings’ button.

Under the ‘Cookie’ section, you can change the following settings relating to cookies:

Deleting Cookies

Click on ‘All cookies and site data’ to open the cookies and site data dialogue window.

To delete all cookies, click on Remove all in the top half of the dialogue window.

To delete a specific cookie, move the mouse pointer over the site that made the cookie, then click on the X shown in the right hand corner.

You may also decide to remove all cookies created during a specific time period using the Delete browsing data dialogue window.

If you want Google Chrome to automatically delete cookies when you close all browser windows, select the box for ‘Keep local data only until you quit your browser’ in the Content settings dialogue window. You can also create exceptions so that cookies from certain sites are deleted every time you close your browser.

Block cookies for predetermined sites

Block all cookies. Select ‘Block sites from setting any data’. Note that if you select this setting, you will prevent the majority of sites which request access from operating. When a cookie is blocked, an icon will appear in the address bar.

Block only cookies from third parties. Select the box ‘Block third-party cookies and site data’. Even if you have added a site to the Exceptions list and have chosen to allow the relative cookies, the cookies from third parties on this site will not be allowed if you select this option.

Allow cookies for predetermined sites

Ensure that the option ‘Allow local data to be set’ is selected to allow cookies from the site owner and third parties. If you only want to allow site owner cookies, select the option ‘Block third-party cookies and site data’.

Save cookie and site data for predetermined sites until you close your browser

Chrome allows sites to store local data, including site owner and third-party cookies, and will delete this data when Chrome is closed.

Some cookies and site data associated with app hosting cannot be deleted via Content Settings. Learn how to delete app hosting data, empty caches and remove other browsing data.

Create exceptions for cookies for specific websites and domains

To set up the way cookies are managed for some specific sites and domains, click on Manage exceptions. To add a rule, in the cookies and site data exception dialogue window that pops up, take the following steps:

Click in the ‘Add a new exception pattern’ and insert the domain name for which you wish to create an exception.

To create an exception for an entire domain, insert [*.] before the domain name (e.g. [*.]google.com. This exception will correspond to sites such as drive.google.com and calendar.google.com).

You may also specify an IP address, IPv6 address or a non-http URL.

2. Use the menu to establish whether the site may save cookies. If you select Clear on exit, the relative cookies will be deleted every time you close your browser.

In this dialogue window you may also edit or remove exceptions.

Mozilla Firefox Settings

Click on the menu button and select Options.

Select the Privacy tab.

Under Chronology settings: select use personalised settings.

To activate cookies, cross the Accept site cookies box; to disable them, remove the cross from the box.

If you still notice problems with cookies, ensure that the option Accept cookies from third parties is set to Never.

Choose how long cookies are stored:

Keep until: they expire: cookies will be removed when the expiry date is reached (date imposed by the site that made the cookie).

Keep until: Firefox is closed: cookies stored on your own computer will be removed when Firefox is closed.

Keep until: always ask: a warning will appear each time a site attempts to create a cookie, asking the user if they would like this cookie to be stored.

Close the page about:preferences.

Disable third-party cookies

Click on the menu button and select Option.

Select the Privacy tab.

Under Chronology settings: select use personalised settings.

Apple Safari Settings

To edit cookie preferences:

Choose the Action menu > Preferences, then click on Security (the ‘Action Menu’ is found next to the upper right-hand corner of the Safari window and contains a ‘gear’ icon).

In the ‘Accept Cookies’ section, specify if and when Safari will accept cookies from websites. For an explanation of the options, click on the Help button (which looks similar to a question mark).

If you would like further information about the cookies stored on your computer, click on Show cookies. For each cookie, the following information will be shown:

  • the website that stored the cookie
  • name
  • route or location on computer
  • security status; cookies marked as ‘secure’ are sent via an encoded connection
  • Expiry date (indicates when the cookie will be removed from the computer)
  • Contents (normally a string of code)

If you have set Safari to block cookies, you may temporarily allow them to open a page. Repeat the previous steps, selecting Always. When you have finished loading the page, disable cookies again and remove cookies from the page.

To remove cookies:

Choose Action menu > Preferences, then click on Security (the ‘Action Menu’ is found next to the upper right-hand corner of the Safari window and contains a ‘gear’ icon).

Click on Show cookies.

Select one or more cookies and click on Remove or click Remove all.

When you are finished, click Finish.

Microsoft Internet Explorer Settings

To remove cookies

From the start menu tap or click on Internet Explorer to open Internet Explorer.

Swipe rapidly from the right side of the screen and then tap Settings.

If you are using a mouse, position the cursor in the lower right hand corner of the screen, move it upwards and then click on Settings.

Tap or click Options, and, under Chronology, tap or click on Select.

Select the Cookie box and then tap or click on Delete.

To block cookies

Open desktop, then tap or click on the Internet Explorer icon on the application bar.

Tap or click on the Tools button and then tap or click on Internet Options.

Tap or click on the Privacy tab and in Settings move the sliding bar to the top to block all cookies and then click OK.

To personalise cookie settings

Open desktop, then tap or click on the Internet Explorer icon on the application bar.

Tap or click on the Tools button and then tap or click on Internet Options.

In the privacy tab, follow one or more of the following steps:

To choose what type of cookies are blocked or allowed, move the sliding bar.

To block or allow specific Websites, tap or click on Sites.

To import a preference file for privacy settings, tap or click on Import.

To change privacy settings for certain types of cookies, tap or click on Advanced.

To restore default privacy settings, tap or click on Default.

When you are finished, tap or click OK.

To allow cookies

Open desktop, then tap or click on the Internet Explorer icon on the application bar.

Tap or click on the Tools button and then tap or click on Internet Options.

Tap or click on the Privacy tab and in Settings move the sliding bar to the top to allow all cookies and then click OK.


FINAL WARNINGS

The user may also use the service offered by the website www.youronlinechoices.com. Through this service you can manage your preferences for the majority of publicity tools. The Owner, therefore, advises users to use this resource in addition to the information provided in this document.

From the point of installation, cookies and other tracing systems operated by third parties through the services used within this online space cannot technically be controlled by the Owner, each specific reference to cookies and tracing systems installed by third parties is to be considered indicative. For full information, consult the privacy policy of any third parties listed in this document.

Given the objective complexity of identifying technology based on cookies and their very close integration with the function of the web, the user is invited to contact the party responsible for data handling whenever they would like a clarification regarding the use of the cookies made by this website and their possible use, including by third parties .

For any information or request, please send an e-mail to privacy@raytech.it

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