In line with the provisions of the rules on the use and protection of personal data, CONAD – Consorzio Nazionale Dettaglianti Soc. Coop., As data controller (‘Owner), intends to provide users with information on the treatments carried out using the installed cookies. on this website (the ‘Site’).
For any information on the treatments carried out, you can contact the Data Protection Officer (‘DPO’) of the Data Controller at the e-mail address indicated below.
WHAT COOKIES ARE
Cookies are small text strings that the websites visited by the user send to the computer and to any device used to access the Internet (such as smartphones and tablets), where they are stored before being re-transmitted to the same sites at the next visit of the same. user.
Cookies can be stored permanently and have a variable duration (so-called persistent cookies), but they can also disappear when the browser is closed or have a limited duration (so-called session cookies). Similarly, cookies can be installed from the site you are visiting (so-called first-party cookies), but also from other websites (so-called third-party cookies) and can be used for different purposes, such as performing authentication information technology, session monitoring and storage of information regarding the activities of users who access a specific site.
Based on the purpose of use, it is possible to distinguish cookies in the following categories: technical, functional, analytical and profiling cookies.
TYPES OF COOKIES: TECHNICAL COOKIES
Technical cookies are necessary for the correct functioning of the Site, to offer the user a fluid navigation and without slowdowns (eg to allow you to maintain access to restricted areas for the entire time the user is on the Site), as well as that to correctly provide the services that the user requests during their navigation.
These are therefore tools used to ensure, for example, efficient navigation, session stability, log-in permanence and the preselection of the selected navigation country. They are also used to remember the choices made by the user regarding the display of certain elements of the page, such as information and communication banners.
The use of technical cookies and the processing of the treatments connected to them does not require the user’s consent. The legal basis that allows the processing of the related data is the execution of services requested directly by the interested party (Article 6.1, b) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 – ‘GDPR’).
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- ANALYTICAL COOKIES
The Site uses analytical cookies, first and / or third party, with respect to which the user is required to express his consent. In particular, through third-party cookies information is collected on how users use the Site (number of visitors, pages visited, time spent, conversions, etc.). This information is used, in particular, to improve the functionality of the Site, allowing for example to record any errors detected by users and thus ensure a more fluid and immediate navigation. By collecting data only in aggregate form, so as not to make users identifiable in any way, these cookies are equated to technical ones. However, if these cookies are implemented in connection with other features, in particular profiling (see par. 4), their installation will be subject to the user’s prior consent.
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- PROFILING COOKIES
Profiling cookies are those aimed at acquiring information relating to user behavior while browsing the Site, for advertising and marketing purposes, so as to allow the detection and prediction of the tastes, interests, preferences and habits of the user. . This category may also include cookies belonging to other types, such as analytics, where suitable for providing information on users’ online behavior. Consequently, the installation of both types of cookies is subject to the prior acquisition of the user’s consent.
Profiling cookies are used by the Data Controller or by third parties, including social networks, to send users more engaging and targeted advertisements, based on the preferences expressed by the latter during their navigation, as well as to create profiles related to their interests.
In the presence of the user’s consent, the Data Controller may also cross the data collected through the cookies installed on the various devices (eg PC, smartphone, tablet) used to browse the Conad branded websites and APPs, regardless of whether the ‘user is registered (or has logged in to his / her personal account), ensuring the display of carefully personalized advertisements.
Confirmation of deactivation at the time of access to the Site, or the withdrawal of consent from the control panel (accessible from paragraph 5), to the use of one or more profiling cookies (including those installed by social networks) is not will in any way interfere with the ability to access or browse the Site.
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3 INTERACTION WITH SOCIAL NETWORKS AND EXTERNAL PLATFORMS
This specific type of service allows you to activate interactions with social networks or other external platforms directly from the pages of the Site. It is understood that only the privacy settings are applied to the processing of personal data collected through these services by the related social networks. selected by each user for their account on the specific platform.
The Site uses Social Plugins of various social networks. These are tools that allow you to connect websites to social media, thanks to which users can activate exchanges of information and interactions between the contents of the former with the latter. The social plug-ins installed by the Data Controller include the so-called. widgets, graphic control elements inserted in specific sections of the Site to allow users to access the plug-in features (eg the ‘Share’ button on Facebook and Twitter).
It is possible that the data collected through the plug-ins may not be able to identify the user. However, it is not excluded that, depending on the type of plug-in or, more generally, the connected social network, the data collected may be able to do so, regardless of the actual login to these platforms. However, even when you are not registered on social networks, their plug-ins active on the Site can still send data to these platforms.
More generally, if the user does not want social networks to collect his data through these cookies, with one click, you can simply deactivate the social plugins on the Site, using the appropriate panel accessible in par. 5, or block the “Third party cookies” function in your browser settings. In this case, the browser will not send cookies to the server when it finds embedded content from other service providers.
However, this setting could compromise, in addition to the function of the “plug-in” button, also other generic functions of other sites.
The plug-ins currently installed on the Site are the following:
We use plugins from the social network facebook.com, managed by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304 USA (“Facebook”).
In relation to the processing related to the use of the Facebook widgets installed on the Site (Share button), CONAD and Facebook act as co-owners pursuant to Art. 26 of the GDPR, by virtue of the agreements and according to the responsibilities established in a specific agreement (link). The data will be used by Facebook for the purpose of sending commercial messages, customizing functions and contents and targeting advertisements.
For any further information regarding the processing of personal data carried out by Facebook, please refer to the relevant information, as updated from time to time (link).
- Youtube Video Widget (Google Inc.)
Youtube is a video content viewing service managed by Google Inc. that allows this Site to integrate such content within its pages. For more information, please consult the information on Google services (link).
- Tweet button and Twitter widget (Twitter, Inc.)
The Tweet button and Twitter social widgets are interaction services with the social network of the same name, provided by Twitter Inc. For more details about the treatments carried out by this third party, please read the relevant information (link).
- MANAGEMENT OF COOKIES
At the time of accessing any page of the Site, a banner is shown to the user containing a brief information regarding the methods of managing cookies by the Owner and the choices that the same can make, with the possibility of obtaining more information by consulting this extended information. Before continuing to browse, the user is invited to read this detailed information and is asked to indicate their preferences regarding the installation of optional cookies on their browser, providing or not their consent to their use. To this end, the user has the option of accepting the installation as a whole by clicking on the ‘ACCEPT ALL COOKIES’ button or reject it by clicking on the ‘REFUSE ALL COOKIES’ button within the banner. Alternatively, you can choose each specific type of cookie to install by clicking on the “SELECT COOKIES” button. It is emphasized that the switch command to enable or disable optional cookies is programmed by default on the ‘Disabled’ mode.
- 5. HOW TO DISABLE COOKIES FROM THE BROWSER
With particular regard to the simplified methods with which each user can express their desire not to have one or more specific types of unnecessary cookies installed, the user can change at any time the consent, if already issued, to the installation of individual cookies. optional, thanks to the special panel accessible at par. 5 of this information.
In any case, if desired, the user can also manage cookies directly through the settings of their browser, according to the methods indicated at the following links:
- Microsoft Edge
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
- Apple Safari
However, by deleting the cookies in this way, the user could remove the preferences set for this Site, which is why it would be advisable to periodically visit this page to check them again.
Further ways to prevent the installation of cookies on the user’s terminal consist in the possibility of: i) rejecting third-party cookies by default using some functions of certain browsers; ii) activate the ‘Do Not Track’ option (automatic interruption of the collection of certain browsing data) available in most of the latest generation browsers; iii) activate the ‘anonymous browsing’ mode.
It should be borne in mind, however, that disabling cookies could complicate navigation or prevent you from moving freely from one page to another, making full use of all the features of the Site.
- USER RIGHTS
At any time and without any formalities, the user can exercise the rights recognized by the current legislation on the protection of personal data, by asking the Data Controller:
- access: to obtain confirmation as to whether or not data concerning him is being processed, as well as further clarifications about the information referred to in this information, as well as to receive the data, within reasonable limits;
- rectification: to obtain the rectification or integration of the data provided or otherwise in the possession of the Data Controller, if inaccurate;
- cancellation: so that your data acquired or processed by the Data Controller are deleted, if no longer necessary for the purposes highlighted above, or where there are no disputes or disputes in place, or in the event of withdrawal of consent or opposition to the processing, or in case of unlawful processing, or finally if there is a legal obligation of cancellation;
- the limitation: to obtain a temporary blocking of the processing of your personal data by the Data Controller, when one of the conditions referred to in art. 18 of the GDPR;
- portability: to receive your data, or have them transmitted to another owner, in a structured format, commonly used and readable by an automatic device.
Furthermore, the user can always exercise his right to withdraw consent, without this in any way prejudicing the lawfulness of the treatments carried out up to that moment on the basis of the consent initially given.
Finally, the user has the right to lodge a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Authority at any time, including using the appropriate model made available by the latter (link).
- OWNER AND CONTACTS
As indicated above, the Data Controller is CONAD – National Consortium Retailing Cooperative Society, with headquarters in Bologna, Via Michelino 59, tax code and VAT number 03320960374.
The CONAD Data Protection Officer (DPO) can be reached at any time at the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To exercise the rights listed above or for any information regarding the processing of data covered by this information, you can contact the Data Controller and / or its DPO, by mail or at the e-mail address indicated.