Privacy policy

Privacy Policy

The Italian Biochemical Institute Giovanni Lorenzini S.p.A. (in future referred to as Ibi), with its website www.ibi-lorenzini.it, aims at safeguarding the privacy of its users and guarantees that the treatment of personal data shall take place in the full respects of the rights, the fundamental freedom and the dignity of all people, with particular reference to confidentiality and personal identity. In order to offer our services, we necessarily come into the possession of information and personal data and, therefore, wish to lay out the privacy policy of our site here below:

Responsibility for the Treatment of Data

Ibi S.p.A., with headquarters in Via Fossignano no. 2 Aprilia (Lt.) is responsible for the personal data treated as a result of consulting our website.
The Director Responsible for the Treatment of Data
The Director responsible for the treatment of data is the HR Director, in this function domiciled in Via Fossignano no. 2 Aprilia (Lt.). An updated list of other directors may be consulted in his/her office.

Place and purpose of treatment of data

The treatment of data connected to the services of this web take place at the aforementioned headquarters of the company and is only carried out by employees and collaborators of Ibi S.p.A. responsible for the treatment of data and by people who may be charged with occasional maintenance operations.
The optional mailing, explicit and voluntary, of e-mails to addresses shown on this site involves the acquisition of the sender’s address which is necessary for the purpose of responding, as well as of other personal data possibly included in the mail.
Summaries of information will appear progressively on the pages of the site predisposed for special services.

Data communication

The data supplied by the users will not be communicated to third parties unless required by law or strictly necessary for the abovementioned purposes.
Those responsible for the treatment of data who manage the requests may come to know your personal data only for the abovementioned purposes.

Type of data treated

Data voluntarily supplied by the users
The optional mailing, explicit and voluntary, of e-mails to addresses shown on this site involves the acquisition of the sender’s address which is necessary for the purpose of responding, as well as other personal data possible included in the mail.
Summaries of information will appear progressively on the pages of the site predisposed for special services.

Cookies

By cookies we mean a textual element that is inserted onto the hard disk of a computer only on authorization. Cookies have the function of simplifying the analysis of traffic on the web or of showing when a specific website is visited and allow the web applications to send information to individual users.
No user data is intentionally acquired by the site.
Cookies are not used to transmit personal information nor are c.d. persistent cookies of any type used or systems to trace the users.

Optional nature of data supplied

Beyond the data needed for navigating the web, the user is free to supply his/her personal data to request the services offered by the company. It may not be possible to obtain the services requested without supplying this data.

Method of data treatment

Personal data is treated with manual and automatic instruments for as long as it takes to carry out the activity it has been collected for.
The personal data being treated will be kept in such a way as to minimize the risk of its being destroyed or lost, even accidentally, or of non-authorized access or treatment not permitted or not in conformity with the aim of data collection, adopting special, preventive safety measures.

Rights of the parties involved

Those whose data is referred to have the rights foreseen by article 7 of the Privacy Code we list as follows:
1. The parties involved have the right of obtaining confirmation, in a comprehensible form, of the existence or not of personal data involving them even should it not yet be registered.
2. The parties involved have the right of obtaining information regarding:

a) The origin of the personal data;
b) The aim and method of data treatment;
c) The method applied in the case of treatment carried out electronically;
d) Identifying information about the company, the directors and the representative designated according to article 5 point 2;
e) The subjects or category of subjects the personal data might be communicated to or who might come to know it as designated representative of the state, like a director or person charged with data treatment.

3. The parties involved have the right of obtaining:

a) The updating, the correction or, if desired, the integration of data;
b) The cancellation, the transformation into an anonymous form or the blocking of data treated in violation of the law including that not needed to carry out of those activities the data was collected or subsequently treated for;
c) Confirmation that the operations referring to letters a) and b) have been made known, as regards their contents as well, to those the data has been communicated or spread to except in those cases where this is impossible accomplish or requires means clearly disproportionate to the right safeguarded.

4. The parties involved have the right of opposition entirely or in part:

a) For legitimate reasons to the treatment of personal data regarding them even though it be pertinent to the aim of data collection;
b) To the treatment of personal data regarding them for the purpose of sending advertising material, for direct sales, market research studies or sales communications