The launch of a new season for design, able to exploit in a completely new way the experiences and the culture of this territory and the great potential of a unique and valuable material such as the Carrara Marble, are the key elements of Venedretta Luxury vision and finds full expression in this line of trays made in Venedretta white marble which take their name from the most famous peaks of the Apuan Alps.
Pursuant to Art. 13 of European Regulation no. 2016/679 on personal-data protection, the instant policy provides all required information applicable to processing on any personal data submitted by users (hereinafter, “Users”) by www.venedrettaluxury.it (hereinafter, the "Site").
The policy does not apply to any other websites one might reach through a link posted to the Site; it shall not be held liable for any data processing performed by a third-party-affiliated website.
The instant policy is likewise provided in accordance with Recommendation no. 2/2001 passed by the European Data Protection Authorities on 17 May 2001, sitting as the Group formed pursuant to Art. 29 of Directive no. 95/46/CE. To wit, we identified certain minimum requirements for online data collection, such as the modalities, timeframes, and nature of the information which the data controllers must provide to any User connecting to a webpage, regardless of the intent of such connection.
For purposes of EU Regulation no. 679/2016, the Data Controller is GUALTIERO CORSI SRL.
Processing shall be performed at the registered office of GUALTIERO CORSI SRL, at Via Roma n. 13, Carrara.
Processing shall be performed using both automated and manual means, with modalities and instruments aimed at ensuring maximum security and privacy, by parties specifically designated to carry out such operations (including certain maintenance operations, as may be outsourced by GUALTIERO CORSI SRL from time to time) in accordance with the provisions of Art. 32 et seq. of the European Regulation.
The data shall be retained only for so long as necessary to pursue the purposes for which they are being collected and processed.
Personal data provided by Users who submit requests to have informational material sent (such as through an informational enquiry, etc.) shall only be used to provide the service or response requested; they shall only be disclosed to third parties insofar as necessary.
Types of Data Processed
IT systems and software procedures utilised to run this website acquire, as part of routine operations, certain personal data the transmission of which is implicit in the use of internet-communication protocols.
These data are not collected to be associated with any identified data subjects; however, by their very nature, and if processed and associated with data held by third parties, they may allow users to be identified.
Falling into this category are IP addresses or domain names for the computers used by users connecting to the site, URIs (Uniform Resource Identifiers) for the requested resources, the time the request was placed, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file received in response thereto from the server (success, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the user's operating system and cyber environment.
These data are only used to glean anonymous statistical information on site usage, and to monitor proper functioning; they are immediately deleted after processing.
The data may be used to determine culpability for any cyber attacks causing damage to the site; outside such cases, data on web contacts will be stored for no more than seven (7) days.
Data Supplied Voluntarily by the User
The optional, express, voluntary sending of an email to the email addresses appearing on this site allows for the user’s email address to be acquired, as this is necessary to reply to the same. Any personal data supplied in the correspondence are likewise acquired.
Summary electronic specifications appear or are shown progressively on the websites set up for specific services available upon request.
Processing Purposes for which consent is provided if required under the European Regulation
Except insofar as is required for navigation data, the user is free to provide his/her personal data to send messages or informational requests or other communication to the email addresses appearing in the “CONTACT INFORMATION” area on the Site.
Therefore, personal data made available to GUALTIERO CORSI shall be used to field your specific requests. To wit, any personal data voluntarily supplied shall be subject to processing for the following purposes: fielding contact requests, by sending the information requested by the User.
Legal Basis for Processing
The legal basis for processing is user consent; absent such consent, no response to the request shall be provided.
Personal data shall be processed with automated instruments for the time strictly necessary to pursue the purposes for which they were collected.
Specific security measures shall be implemented to prevent the loss, unlawful / improper use of, or the unauthorised access to, the data.
Rights of the Data Subject
The party to whom the personal data refer may exercise his/her rights as against the Data Controller pursuant to Article 15 et seq. of EU Regulation no. EU 2016/679, that is, he/she may secure a confirmation of whether his/her personal data exist, and to request that they be disclosed in an intelligible format. Furthermore, the data subject shall have the right to secure the updating, rectification, supplementing, and erasure of any data, or to limit their processing. Finally, the data subject shall have the right to object, whether in whole or in part, and for legitimate reasons, to the processing of his/her personal data, even though they are relevant to the purpose for which they were collected. The data subject shall have the option to exercise the right of data portability and to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority pursuant to Art. 77 EU Regulation no. 2016/679.
Requests shall be directed to the Data Controller via email: email@example.com.
venedrettaluxury.it may file or retrieve browser data - especially in the form of cookies - which is common practice amongst websites. Such information may involve the user, his/her preferences, or the device used to access the internet (computer, tablet, or smartphone). They shall mainly be used to align site function to user expectations, thereby offering a personalised browsing experience, by storing selections made on a previous visit.
Please find more information below on the various types of cookies used. If you wish, you may disable some or all cookies. That said, your use of the site, and the services offered thereon, might be compromised.
Navigation cookies are technical cookies that permit navigation. Falling into this category are those cookies that automatically recognise the user’s language, ones that streamline online purchases, etc. Navigation cookies, if stored, are those that allow you to be recognised as a registered user on the site when you log in.
Without these cookies, we would not be able to provide those services the user is seeking by accessing the site.
These cookies allow us to see how visitors use the site. This allows us to assess site functioning, and to improve it. For example, these cookies help us see which are the least and most visited pages. These track, amongst other things, the number of visitors, the time spent by users on the site, and the way they reached the site. In so doing, we can figure out what works well and what needs improvement. We can also make sure that pages load quickly and can be properly viewed.
All information collected by these cookies are anonymous; they are not linked to any user personal data. We use Google Analytics to carry out these functions.
For detailed information on the necessary procedure, please consult your browser guide. For an overview of the most common browsers please visit:
http://www.cookiepedia.co.uk/index.php?title=How_to_Manage_Cookies or http://www.aboutcookies.org/
By the same token, advertising companies likewise allow for targeted adverts to be blocked, should you wish to do so. This does not disable cookies; rather, it blocks the use and collection of certain data by such companies. For more information, and the opt-out option, visit http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/
To disable analytical cookies, you can download the browser plug-in to opt out of Google Analytics: tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Data processing may take place using IT, hard-copy, digital, electronic, or cyber instruments. Data collected shall be stored and kept in the custody of GUALTIERO CORSI SRL at its registered office, Via Roma, n. 13 Carrara.
The Data Controller is GUALTIERO CORSI SRL.
Policy provided pursuant to Art. 13 of EU Regulation no. 2016/679
Pursuant to Article 13 of EU Regulation no. 679/2016 (hereinafter also denoted the “Regulation"), GUALTIERO CORSI SRL, acting as Data Controller, herewith advises you that any personal data supplied by you shall be processed in a relevant, transparent manner in accordance with the principles of lawfulness and necessity, in accordance with applicable law.
The Data Controller is GUALTIERO CORSI SRL with registered office in Carrara, at Via Roma n. 13 (hereinafter also denoted simply "GUALTIERO CORSI " or "Company"), which may be contacted using the following channels: written correspondence sent to GUALTIERO CORSI, Via Roma n. 13 Carrara (MS) 54033, over the phone on 0585 75042, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that personal data shall be processed for institutional purposes relating to, or instrumental to, operations conducted by the Data Controller, and thus to:
a) perform services or discharge duties under a contract;
b) discharge accounting / administrative duties arising from statute or regulation;
c) comply with all statutory or regulatory duties incumbent on the Data Controller.
Legal Basis for Processing
The legal basis for processing is the specific contractual relationship in question, and the discharge of all legal duties relating to the same. The processing of data supplied by you is necessary to perform under the aforementioned contract, to which you are privy. Any failure to consent to processing shall make it impossible for us to perform under the contract.
Data Processing Modalities
Personal-data processing shall generally be carried out using hard-copy, IT, or online tools, with all sufficient security safeguards apposite to ensure the security and privacy of your personal data, in place, and apposite to prevent data loss, unlawful/improper data use, and unauthorised access to the same.
Personal Data Storage Period
In accordance with the principles of proportionality and necessity, the data shall be retained only for so long as absolutely necessary to pursue the aforementioned principles, and thus for the time necessary to perform under the contract. Data shall only be retained for as long as permitted by law.
Recipients of Personal Data
Collected data shall only be processed within the scope of the aforementioned purposes.
The processing of personal data as supplied may be performed by:
- parties (be they natural and/or legal persons) appointed as data processors pursuant to Art. 28 of the EU Regulation cited supra who, on Data Controller’s behalf, perform operations relating to, instrumental to, or in support of those carried out by Data Controller.
An up-to-date list of processors, and persons authorised to conduct processing, is available for inspection at Data Controller’s registered office.
Personal data supplied by users may also be disclosed to:
- subsidiaries and affiliates;
- to parties whose option to access your personal data is recognised by the provisions of any EU statute, regulation, or law;
- to parties to whom disclosure is contemplated by any tax, administrative, or financial statute, regulation or law, or by public entities in the performance of their official functions.
Personal data supplied by users may also be transferred to independent Data Controllers, joint controllers, or to external data processors in accordance with rules established by EU Regulation no. 679/2016, and by other applicable law.
Transfer of Personal Data Overseas
Company may transfer personal data to a non-EU country, or to an international organisation, in accordance with the rules established under Art. 45-49 of the GDPR.
Rights of the Data Subject (Art. 15 et seq. of the regulation)
You have the right to request Data Controller to access your personal data, to rectify them, to erase the same, and to limit processing on the same. The data subject may object to processing on his/her personal data, and to exercise data portability rights on the same, as well as to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority pursuant to Art. 77 of EU Regulation no. 679/2016.