Privacy Policy

PRIVACY POLICY (ART. 13, D. LGS. 196, 30/06/2003 | EU GDPR MAY 2018)

This policy describes the methods and logics for the treatment of personal information provided by users (hereinafter referred to as “users” or “visitors”) of (hereinafter referred to as “Website”).

This policy has been prepared in accordance with Art. 13 of Italian Law 196/2003 on Personal Data Protection and with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) effective in the EU starting in May 2018 and is addressed both to visitors browsing the Website without registering to it and to people whom, following apposite procedure, register to the Website and take advantage of the online services it provides.

Validity of the policy described in this page is limited to the Website only and does not extend to other websites eventually linked to this one.

This policy is subject to updates; users are encouraged to periodically check its contents.


The person in charge of data treatment is Guido Tramontano Guerritore, located in via Raffaele Cantarella 11, 84133, Salerno, Italy.


All personal data collected through the Website will be treated lawfully and properly with the purpose of provided the services requested and to answer the communications and requests of registered and unregistered users. We collect and use data:
1. Consistently with your consent;
2. As necessary to comply with our legal obligations;
3. To protect your vital interests, or those of others;
4. As necessary in the public interest;
5. As necessary for our legitimate interests.


Voluntarily provided data

Discretional, explicit and voluntary sending of email to the addresses listed on the Website, entails the acquisition on Vieri Bottazzini’s part of the sender’s email address, necessary to answer the sender’s requests (including sending information material regarding products and services) as well as any eventual other relevant personal data such as name, surname and phone number.

Browsing data

These are data such as, i.e., IP address or domain names pertaining to the computer used by Website visitors, request times, methods used to submit a request to the server, size of the file received in reply, numeric code describing the request’s status (success, error, and so on) and other parameters related to the informatics environment of the user, collected without any purpose of identification of the visitor but with the sole intent to collect anonymous statistic information about the use of the Website and the services it offers.


Cookies are small fragments of text (letters and/or numbers), fundamentally of two kinds, allowing a web server to store in the visitors’ browser information to be used during the course of his present or future visits to a website.

Technical cookies

Technical cookies are “finalised exclusively to implement data transmission over an electronic network of communication, or in the measure strictly necessary for a service provider in the Information Society to provide a service expressly required by a contractor or user”: this typology of cookies allows the correct working of some parts of the Website and are therefore necessary to its correct functioning (see Art. 122, 1 comma, Codice di Protezione dei Dati Personali). These cookies are normally used and their deactivation is strongly discouraged, inasmuch it could jeopardise the correct functioning of one or more pages of the Website. These cookies could be divided in:

1. Session cookies: their use is not instrumental to the collection of personal data that can identify a user, being only limited to the transmission of session data in the form of server automatically generated numbers. Session cookies are not memorised on the user’s device and are automatically deleted as soon as you quit your browsing session.
2. Analytics cookies: these cookies are used to collect information, in aggregated form, on user numbers and on how they browse the Website. The Website uses Google Analytics: data are collected with the sole purpose of elaborating anonymous statistic information on the Website’s use and to verify the correct functioning of the Website itself. To disable Google Analytics follow this link: disable Google Analytics

Technical cookies are not used for profiling users, and for such cookies user’s consent is not mandatory.

Profiling cookies

Profiling cookies are cookies necessary to create user profiles in order to create advertising messages coherent with an user’s preferences as showed during the use of a given website. The Website doesn’t use cookies of this kind sent from its domain.

Managing cookies

Users can decide to enable or disable cookies using their browsers settings following the instruction provided by developers at the links below:

Internet Explorer

Third party cookies

Below you find the addresses related to policies and management of third part cookies used on the Website:



The Website safeguard your details with the help of encryption. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is a technology that encrypts all information sent between you, the user, and the Website.


Personal data will be processed with electronic instruments for the time strictly necessary to guarantee the correct performance of the services offered on the Website. This is a case-by-case determination depending on things like the nature of the data, why it is collected and processed, and relevant legal and/or operational retention needs. Specific security measures are in place to prevent data loss, illicit and improper use and unauthorized access.


No data collected in relation with the services offered by the Website will be distributed to third parties.


In response to a legal request, if we believe in good-faith that the law requires us to do so, personal data could be disclosed to:

a) Subjects (including Public Authorities) that have been granted access to personal data in force of regulatory or administrative measures;
b) Subjects, public and/or private, natural persons and/or legal entities (i.e. Judicial, Chamber of Commerce, and so on) in case data disclosure will be necessary or functional to the respect of legal obligations;
c) To help authorities detect, prevent and address fraud, abuse and other harmful activities.


User rights under Italian Law 196/2003

Users can exercise the rights granted by Art. 7, Law 196/2003 to be made aware of the existence of any data pertaining to them, as well as knowing the content and origin of such data, checking their correctness, asking for data integration, updating, or correcting. Users can further ask for data cancellation, transformation in anonymous form, or for the block of data processed in eventual violation of the law, as well as opposing in any case, for legitimate reasons, to their use.

The rights above may be exercised through a request sent to Vieri Bottazzini via an e-mail to vieri|at| (replace |at| with @).

In accordance with Art. 10, Law 196/2003, if an inquiry per Art. 7, comma 1 and 2, letter a) b) and c) will result in the non-existence of any data regarding the inquirer, the inquirer can be charged for a fee non-exceeding the costs sustained to answer the inquiry.

User rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Under GDPR, you have the right to access, rectify, port and erase your data. You also have the right to object to and restrict certain processing of your data. This includes:

1. The right to object to our processing of your data for direct marketing, which you can exercise by using the “Unsubscribe” link in such marketing communications;
2. The right to object to our processing of your data where we are pursuing our legitimate interests.

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