Effective May 25, 2018
1. This section explains how Openline Fiberoptic records and processes user data.
2. For the purposes of the applicable data protection laws (the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) (GDPR), together with any implementing legislation, in particular, the Data Protection Act 2018), the company responsible for your personal information is Openline Fiberoptic. This Policy applies to information obtained by us through your use of the information, software, products and services made available through our homepage:
3. Our Web pages may contain links to other providers’ Web pages. We would like to point out that this statement of data protection conditions applies exclusively to the Web pages managed by Openline Fiberoptic. We have no way of influencing the practices of other providers with respect to data protection, nor do we carry out any checks to ensure that they conform to the relevant legislation.
4. Openline Fiberoptic cares about the privacy of your personal information and is committed to protecting it. This Policy explains what information we collect about you, what we do with that information, and how we handle that information from the moment that you access the Openline Fiberoptic website, according to Italian and European law.
5. This document may be subject to changes should there be an update in the legislation. We suggest therefore that you review this page frequently.
6. If the user is under 16 years of age, he must legitimise his consent by means of parent or legal guardian, according to art.8, c.1 regulation UE 2016/679.
1 – The Data Controller
1. The data controller is a physical or legal body, a public authority, a service or other organism, who singularly or with others, decides how and why the personal data will be collected, and is also responsible for the protection of this data.
2. With reference to this website, the data controller is Franco Zoppi. If you have any concerns or questions about your rights you can contact him at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 – Data Supervisor
1. The data supervisor is a physical or legal body, a public authority, a service or other organism that processes personal information for the data controller.
2. According to article 28 of the UE regulation n. 2016/679, as nominated by the data controller, the data supervisor for the Openline website is Franco Zoppi.
3 – Where data is processed
1. The data generated from the Openline website will be sorted and processed in Via Liguria, 8 – 20068 PESCHIERA BORROMEO (MI) – Italia.
2. Where necessary, any data, which has come from the Newsletter subscriptions, may be processed by the data supervisor or other persons who have been given this job at the same address.
1 – Type of Cookies
1. To make this site work properly, Openline places small data files called cookies on your device. A cookie (a string of letters and numbers) is a small text file that a website saves on your computer, tablet or mobile device when you visit the site. It enables the website to remember your actions and preferences (such as login, language, font size and other display preferences) and helps us to improve our website.
2. A cookie consists of a reduced amount of data, which is transferred from the user’s browser to the web server. Our cookies do not run programs or deliver viruses to your computer. Cookies are uniquely assigned to your computer, and can only be read by a web server in the domain that issued the cookie to your computer.
3. Cookies do not record any personal information and any identifiable information will not be memorised. If you do not want to receive cookies, you can reject them by opting out or modifying your browser settings. If you choose to decline cookies, you may not be able to access all or parts of, or to fully experience the features of the web site. To proceed without altering the cookie options it is sufficient to continue browsing.
Here is a list of the type of cookies the web site uses:
2 – Technical Cookies
1. There are many different technologies used for keeping information in the user’s computer, which are then collected by sites. One the most well known and frequently used are HTML cookies. These are relevant to the proper functionality of the Site and enable us to optimise our performance and provide a better user experience.
2. The settings to manage and disable cookies may differ depending on the type of browser used. The user has the option of managing browser settings or disabling cookies. This could lead to a slower or more incomplete service.
3. By allowing cookies, the web site will be safe and efficient.
4. The cookies inserted in the browser and transmitted by Google Analytics or other data handlers or similar, are only considered technical if they are used directly by the owner of the web site in order to optimise the performance of said site and will be used to analyse the number of users and the way they access the site. The rules and conditions for analytics cookies are the same as those for technical cookies.
5. In terms of duration, there are session cookie files, which are erased when you close your browser. When you restart your browser and go back to the site that created the cookie, the website will not recognize you. You will have to log back in (if login is required) or select your preferences/themes again. These are different to persistent cookies, which remember your information and settings when you visit them in the future. These cookies remain on your browser for as long as the visited website has programmed the cookie to last.
6. Session cookies may be installed in order to allow access to a reserved area of the portal as an authenticated user.
7. The session cookie is stored in temporary memory and typically stores information in the form of a session identification that does not personally identify the user. They only last as long as the browsing session and are erased once the session terminates.
3 – Third Party Cookies
1. Third party cookies are placed on a user’s hard disk by a web site from a domain other than the one a user is visiting.
2. Persistent cookies are often third party cookies.
3. Third-party cookies are placed so that a site can remember personalization preferences and online behaviour and therefore send personalised advertising messages to the site.
4. Third-party analytical cookies may be installed. These are placed by third parties which are external to our web site.
5. Third-party analytical cookies are used to analyse how visitors are moving around the website. The data is anonymous and is used purely to enhance the functionality of the web site. Profiling cookies by third parties are used to create user profiles in order to create personalised advertising.
4 – Profiling Cookies
1. Profiling cookies are used to track user navigation and create a profile of their habits, which can then be used to send advertising messages to the user’s device.
2. The use of these cookies requires the user’s explicit consent.
3. Article 22 of UE ruling 2016/679 and article 122 of the data protection code apply.
1 – How data is used
1. The personal data we could collect from you includes:
2. The legal basis for processing this data is to ensure the correct functionality of the site that is set out in law and is statute based.
3. For reasons of security (antispam filters, firewall, viruses), the information collected automatically, such as your IP address, could be used in accordance with the existing legislation in order to block any attempts to damage our web site or to cause damage to other users or to carry out damaging or illegal activities. This information is never used to identify or profile users, but only to protect the site and its users. This information will be used in the legitimate interest of the owner.
5. The information, which the user agrees to make public through the services used, is given willingly and voluntarily by the user, relieving the Openline web site of any responsibility or violation of laws. It is the responsibility of the user to give permission for personal data to be passed on to third parties or other information which is protected by national and international law.
2 – Purpose of data
1. The information that is collected by our site is only used for the afore-mentioned activities as well as for the following:
Currently there is no data collection of the site users. In the future, we reserve the possibility to ask for information that may help Openline market customers, advertise their services by means of a newsletter, or for the activation of APP.
2. This information will be kept for the time strictly necessary for the afore-mentioned activities and in no case for longer than 2 years.
3. The information used for security purposes and for the safeguarding of the web site, will be kept for the time strictly necessary.
3 – Information provided by the user
1. As indicated above, if you send your email address to the afore-mentioned address, this means you are automatically providing the site with said address along with any other personal information it contains, which will be necessary for us to reply to your requests.
2. Informative specifications will be reported on the pages provided by the website where there are specific product or service requests.
4 – Help with configuring your browser
– Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies
– Safari: http://www.apple.com/legal/privacy/it/
5 – Plugin and Social Network
1. Article 13, c. 2 of UE2016/679 stipulates the rights of the user.
2. The Openline website intends to inform the user of its existence:
Under the GDPR, you have various rights in relation to your Personal Information, such as the rights of access, rectification, restriction, objection, portability, and erasure. Please note that these rights are subject to certain limitations set forth in applicable law:
– you have the right to ask the data controller for access to your personal information (art. 15 Regulation UE), to update the information (art. 7, co. 3, lett. a) D.Lgs. 196/2003), to change or (art. 16 UE), add (art. 7, co. 3, lett. a) D.Lgs. 196/2003) to limit the way it is handled (art. 18 UE regulation) or to object, for legitimate reasons, to the information being used (art. 21 UE regulation), as well as the right to data portability.
– you have the right to ask for the removal (art. 17 UE Regulation), to make anonymous or to block data which has been processed unlawfully, including personal data that is no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which it was collected or otherwise (art. 7, co. 3, lett. b) D.Lgs. 196/2003);
– you have the right to ask for certification to the effect that these updates, changes, integrations, removal or blocks have been notified, including as regards their contents, to those whom the data were communicated or disseminated unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared with the right that is sought to be protected (art. 7, co. 3, lett. c) D.lgs. 196/2003);
3. Such requests can be made to the data controller informally or alternatively by using the form provided by The Italian Data Protection Authority, or by sending an email to: email@example.com.
4. If processing is based on article 6, paragraph 1, lett. a) – consent to processing – or article 9, paragraph 2, let.a) consent to process personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership, and the processing of genetic data, biometric data for the purpose of uniquely identifying a natural person, data concerning health or data concerning a natural person’s sex life or sexual orientation – the user has the right to withdraw consent at any time without affecting the legality of the processing based on your consent before the revocation.
5. You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority, following the procedures and instructions published on the official website of the Authority on www.garanteprivacy.it.
6. For a more detailed examination of your rights we invite you to refer to articles.15 and 7 of the EU GDPR 196/2003.
1. As part of the services offered to you through the Website, some of the Personal Information you provide us could be transferred to and stored in other countries outside of the European Union. In particular Google, Facebook and Microsoft (LinkedIn) by means of social plugins and Google Analytics. Such a transfer is regulated by article 45 of EU GDPR, for which no specific consent is necessary. The afore-mentioned companies must guarantee their adhesion to Privacy Shield.
2. No data will be transferred to third countries that do not respect the conditions of article 45 of EU GDPR.
1. We are committed to taking reasonable and appropriate steps to protect the personal information that we hold from misuse, loss, or unauthorised access. We do this by using a range of technical and organisational measures in such a way to fulfil the purpose.
2. As well as the data controller, it is possible that other organisations, which are involved with the organisation of our website, may have access to data (system administration, marketing, legal) or outside staff (suppliers of technical services, carriers, hosting providers, computer companies, advertising companies).
1. This document which can be found at:
2. This document may be subject to changes or updates. Where these changes may be of significance to the user, they will be duly communicated.
3. You can consult the documents previous to this one on this page.
4. This document was updated on 25/05/2018 to comply with EU legislation 2016/679.