This page describes the methods by which Magniflex manages the website with regard to the processing of personal data of users who visit and browse the website.
As a result of your visit to this website, Magniflex may process your personal data (whether identified or identifiable).
The Data Controller is Alessanderx S.p.A., having its registered office at Via San Leonardo da Porto Maurizio, 24/26/28 - 59100 Prato (Italy).
The personal data collected as a result of you visiting this website will be processed at the above address (Data Controller’s registered office).
Data Controller and at the premises of companies authorised thereby to process personal data, which are processed by the Company’s staff members specifically designated for the task.The list of subjects appointed as Data Processors is available at the registered office of the Data Controller and users are entitled to request a copy of that list.
The IT systems and software used to keep this website online collect personal data whose transmission is implied in the use of internet communication protocols.
These data are not collected to be linked to identifiable subjects, but because of their nature, may be processed and linked to data collected by third parties and enable identification of the website users.
This category of data includes IP addresses or domain names of computers used by users who visit the website, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of the 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 numerical code indicating the status of the response given by the server (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the user’s operating system and computer environment.
These data are used only to obtain anonymous statistical information about website usage and to ensure it is available online, and are deleted immediately after they have been processed. The data could be used to ascertain responsibility in the event of hypothetical computer crimes against the website.
The optional, explicit and voluntary sending of e-mails to the addresses indicated on this website and of messages through the contact form implies the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s address, which is necessary to respond to requests, and any other personal data included in the message or contact form.
The data provided by users are processed directly by the Data Controller’s staff to respond to contact requests in emails sent by users or clearly stated in the purpose of the contact forms (requests for information, job offers, requests for bids, requests for advertising material and anything else mentioned in the respective forms).
Our website uses a set of so-called cookies, as is the case with almost all websites available online. Cookies are small text files that websites visited by the user (but also other websites or webservers) send and record on the user’s computer (or mobile device) to then be retransmitted to the same websites (or webservers) the next time the same user visits them, thereby submitting such information.
Cookies have become essential tools in that they allow modern websites to function optimally, allowing for maximum customization, interaction and fluidity when it comes to the user’s website browsing experience. But they can also be used to track user browsing preferences and then post ads that are tailored to those preferences.
Cookies may be:
The Data Protection Authority classifies session, functional and (only under certain circumstances) analytics cookies as technical cookies. More specifically, the Data Protection Authority, by resolution dated 8 May 2014, has stated that analytics cookies can be likened to technical cookies only if they are used to optimise the website browsing experience directly by the Data Controller, who can collect information in aggregate form about the number of users and how they visit the website.
For more information about the types of cookies, their features and how they work, you can visit: http://www.allaboutcookies.org, www.youronlinechoices.com, http://cookiepedia.co.uk and refer to the relevant Resolution of the Data Protection Authority.
Magniflex uses the following cookies on its website:
These cookies are essential to allow users to browse the website and use all its features, such as to access restricted areas and select a different language. Without these cookies, it would not be possible for Magniflex to provide the services requested by users of its website. These cookies collect anonymous information and are not used for commercial purposes.
Technical analytics cookies
These cookies are deposited by external parties that add their own content to the website, such as social network plugins, to improve the overall browsing experience for the user. This website features the following social network plugins that use third-party cookies:
The user can choose whether to delete or block certain (or all) cookies through his/her browser’s settings. Most browsers also give the user the option to specifically block third-party cookies. Each browser has different setting options to manage cookies; below are the links to the instructions for managing cookies of the most common web browsers:
Apart from what specified above with regard to web browsing data, the user is free to decide whether to disclose the personal data requested in the contact form. However, the user’s refusal to disclose his/her personal data may prevent Magniflex from providing the product/service requested.
Your personal data are processed both manually and with the aid of electronic or automated tools for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected.
Specific security measures are observed to prevent data loss and their illicit or improper use and unauthorised access.
The data are stored and controlled by the Data Controller in full compliance with the measures of confidentiality and security provided by the aforementioned Decree under articles 31 ff.
Data subjects are entitled at all times to:
a) Access their Personal Data processed by the Data Controller;
b) Demand their rectification and/or deletion (“cancellation”);
c) Request their limitation or object to their processing;
d) Demand the portability of their Data;
e) File a claim with the Regulatory Authorities.
Data subjects are also entitled, as per art. 7 of the Privacy Code, to other rights not specifically mentioned above (i.e. to obtain confirmation of the existence of their Personal Data and their communication in intelligible form, to know their origin, the identification details of the Data Processors, and to demand the transformation in anonymous form of their Personal Data and to demand the immediate halt of their processing, if the Data is processed in breach of the Privacy Laws.
As data subject, you are entitled to request the cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of your personal data processed in violation of the law, and object to their processing in any case for legitimate reasons: