Privacy Policy

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Owner, controller and data processors

The data controller of this website is Roberto Andreani, Via M. Maccabei, 14 - 01017 Tuscania - Viterbo. The updated list of data processors and processors can be obtained directly from the owner.

Purpose of processing

Your personal information is processed for the following purposes:

  • Manage and maintain the website;
  • Fulfilling pre-contractual, contractual and tax obligations arising from existing relationships;
  • Fulfilling obligations under the law, a regulation, EU legislation or an order of the Authority;
  • Prevent or detect fraudulent activity or abuse harmful to the website;
  • Email you information about products or services;
  • Allow you to register for the website;
  • Allow you to subscribe to the newsletter service provided by the Owner and any additional Services you may have requested;
  • To send you e-mail newsletters, commercial communications and/or advertising material about products or services offered by the Owner.

Soft spam

In case you are already a customer, you may receive commercial communications via e-mail regarding services and products similar to those you have already used. You may at any time request removal from this service by contacting the Owner or by clicking in the appropriate button within the emails.

Categories of personal data processed

The Owner with regard to this website processes personal and identifying data including:

  • Name, surname, email, phone number and/or other data provided by you.
  • Billing information: first and last name, full address, tax code, VAT number, and other data required by law;
  • Website access data: username and password;

Recipients and categories of recipients to whom your personal data are disclosed

The Data Controller will disclose Your data to entities to which disclosure is required by law, such as entities that handle data for tax purposes or supervisory bodies and judicial authorities. Your data will not be disclosed to third parties.

We also inform you that data are kept on our behalf by third parties through specific services provided to us (databases, hosting providers, web service providers, parties that manage our computers or software).

Method of treatment

The processing of Your personal data is carried out in accordance with the current regulation. Your personal data may be subjected to both paper and electronic processing and will be treated fairly, transparently and with maximum protection for your information.

  • No profiling is done that can uniquely identify you;


This website includes the Google Analytics statistical tool, which is used to gather detailed data on how many people visit the website and which pages they view, etc. This tool is configured so that your IP address is anonymous. Therefore, it is not possible to trace back to a specific individual from these statistics.

The information generated by Google Analytics cookies is transmitted to Google, which manages them directly on its servers.

Google might transfer this information to third parties if it is required by law, or in cases where entities process this information on its behalf.

More information on how Google uses this data can be found here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=en

Rights of data subjects

As a data subject, you have the rights under Art. 7 Privacy Code and Art. 15 GDPR, namely:

  • Right of access. You have the right to obtain confirmation that processing is taking place, access to the data concerning you, and all information about the purposes, the recipients (if any) to whom your personal data are disclosed, the origin of the data (if it is not collected from the data subject), the duration of the processing, and any consequences of processing based on profiling;
  • Right of rectification: You have the right to request rectification, supplementation or amendment of personal data concerning you;
  • Right to erasure: You can have your personal data erased if it is irrelevant, inadequate for the purpose of processing, if you revoke consent, or if the data is processed in an unlawful manner;
  • Right to restriction of processing: You have the right to have the processing on your data restricted, i.e., to have your personal data marked with the aim of restricting its further processing (except strictly technical for storage);
  • Right to portability: You have the right to obtain data in electronic format and that it be transferred to another data controller (for data processed by automated means and where technically possible);

To exercise these rights you can contact the Data Controller through the contact page.

Right of opposition

You have the right to object at any time for reasons related to your situation to the processing of personal data about you.

You have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if you believe your rights have been violated or your personal information has been used incorrectly.

Data storage and collection

Data are kept in electronic or paper format in the most appropriate and secure ways for a period of:

  • Legally required data (e.g., billing data) for a period defined by the legally required duration;
  • Data such as e-mail addresses, first and last name, telephone, fax, etc. until you request their deletion or unsubscribe from any services;
  • Statistical data or anonymous profiling indefinitely.

Provision of data or failure to provide data

The provision of data is mandatory with regard to legal obligations and optional with regard to the possible use of specific services. The refusal of compulsory data (such as those for billing) prevents the performance of tasks related to the normal management of the working relationship, while the refusal of data necessary for services prevents the provision of the same.

Changes to this policy

This Policy may be subject to change and update.