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Privacy information pursuant to art. 13 Legislative Decree 196/2003

The services of www.cataprint.com are guaranteed by Arti Grafiche Boccia Spa with registered office in Via Tiberio Claudio Felice n.7 - Salerno registered in the Register of Companies at the Chamber of Commerce of Salerno at n. 123898, with CF n. 00170870653 VAT number n. 00170870653 hereafter referred to as "Cataprint", e-mail address info@cataprint.com

The Cataprint.com site uses cookies to provide services that enhance the experience of user browsing.

Our society, Arti Grafiche Boccia SPA, in Salerno in Via Tiberio Claudio Felice n.7, VAT number: 00170870653, Data controller, informs you in accordance with art. 13 D.Lgs. 196/2003 ("Privacy Code") and art. 13 EU Regulation 679/2016 ("GDPR") to process the data you provide when registering at cataprint.com (eg name, surname, email) with electronic methods for the following purposes:

1. Prior to your specific consent pursuant to art. 24 c. 1 lett. b Privacy Code and art. 6 c. 1 lett. b GDPR:
- to allow you to register at cataprint.com  and enjoy services reserved for registered users (online shopping);
- manage your profile;
- manage and maintain sites;
- fulfill contractual, tax and law;
- manage any collections and payments;
- perform statistical analysis;
- gsetire marketing campaigns

In your capacity as an interested party, you can exercise all the rights as per art. 7 of the Privacy Code and art. 15 GDPR, including consulting, modifying, deleting data or opposing their processing for legitimate reasons or for purposes of promotional contacts. Where applicable, you also have the rights referred to in Articles 16-21 GDPR (Right of rectification, right to be forgotten, right of limitation of treatment, right to data portability, right of opposition), as well as the right of complaint to the Guarantor Authority.

You can exercise the above rights by writing to the holder at the postal address by sending an e-mail to info@cataprint.com or direct from your private area.

The services of www.cataprint.com are guaranteed by Arti Grafiche Boccia Spa with registered office in Via Tiberio Claudio felice n.7 - Salerno registered in the Register of Companies at the Chamber of Commerce of Salerno at n. 123898, with CF n. 00170870653 VAT number n. 00170870653 hereafter referred to as "Cataprint".

Filling out the information request forms and the request for a quote means consenting to the processing of data in compliance with the DL n. 196 of 30.06.2003 and subsequent amendments.

Information pursuant to art. 7 D.L. n. 196 of 30.06.2003 on "Protection of personal data".

  • The data requested by you will be used by CataPrint in full compliance with the provisions of the D.L. n. 196 of 30.06.2003 on "Protection of personal data", for the obligations related to the company's activity (consultation, use, timely and statistical processing) by internal database.
  • You have the right, under your responsibility, not to confide some of the requested data, being however advised that in this case this could affect the current relationship.
  • At any time, according to the provisions of article 7 of the D.L. n. 196 of 30.06.2003, you can consult, modify, or delete your data by writing to: CataPrint

    1. What are cookies?

    Cookies are small text files that the sites visited by users send to their terminals, where they are stored before being re-transmitted to the same sites at the next visit. Cookies of the c.d. "third parties" are, however, set by a website other than the one the user is visiting. This is because on each site there may be elements (images, maps, sounds, specific links to web pages of other domains, etc.) that reside on servers other than the site visited.

    2. What are cookies for?

    Cookies are used for different purposes: performing computer authentication, monitoring sessions, storing information on specific configurations regarding users accessing the server, storing preferences , etc.

    3. What are "technical" cookies?

    These are cookies used to browse or provide a service requested by the user. They are not used for other purposes and are normally installed directly by the website owner.

    Without the use of these cookies, some operations could not be performed or would be more complex and / or less secure, such as home banking activities (visualization of the account statement, wire transfers, bill payment, etc.), for which cookies, which allow us to maintain and maintain the user's identification during the session, are indispensable.

    4. Are analytics cookies "technical" cookies?

    No. The Guarantor (see provision of 8 May 2014 ) has specified that they can be assimilated to cookies technicians only if used for the purposes of site optimization directly by the owner of the site, which can collect information in aggregate form on the number of users and how they visit the site. Under these conditions, the same rules apply to analytics cookies, in terms of information and consent, provided for technical cookies.

    5. What are "profiling" cookies?

    These are the cookies used to track the user's browsing on the web and create profiles on his tastes, habits, choices, etc. With these cookies, advertising messages can be transmitted to the user's terminal in line with the preferences already expressed by the same user in the online navigation.

    6. Is user consent required for installing cookies on your terminal?

    Depends on the purposes for which cookies are used and, therefore, if they are "technical" or "profiling" cookies.

    For installation technical cookies do not require user consent, while it is necessary to provide information (article 13 of the Privacy Code). Profiling cookies, on the other hand, can only be installed on the user's terminal if they have given their consent after being informed in a simplified manner.

    7. How should the site owner provide the simplified information and request consent to the use of profiling cookies?

    As established by the Guarantor in the provision indicated in question no. 4, the information must be set on two levels.

    When the user accesses a website (on the home page) page or on any other page), must immediately appear a banner containing a first "short" information, the request for consent to the use of cookies and a link to access a more "extended" information. On this page, the user can find more detailed information about cookies and choose which specific cookies to authorize.

    8 . How should the banner be created?

    The banner must be large enough to partially cover the content of the web page that the user is visiting. It must be able to be eliminated only through an active intervention of the user, that is through the selection of an element contained in the page below.

    < strong> 9. Which indications must the banner contain?

    The banner must specify that the site uses profiling cookies, possibly also "third parties", which allow you to send advertising messages in line with your preferences.

    Must contain the link to extended information and the indication that, through that link, you can refuse consent to the installation of any cookies.

    Must specify that if the user chooses to continue "skipping" the banner, he consents to the use of cookies.

    10 . How can the acquisition of consent through the use of the banner be documented?

    To track of the acquired consent, the site owner can make use of a specific technical cookie, a system that is not particularly invasive and which does not require further consent.

    In the presence of such" documentation ", it is not necessary that the brief information is re-proposed at the second visit of the user on the site, without prejudice to the possibility for the latter to deny consent and / or modify, in every moment and easily, their options, for example through access to the extended information, which must then be linkable from each page of the site.

    11. Can the online consent to the use of cookies be requested only through the use of the banner?

    No. The owners of the sites always have the possibility to resort to different methods from the one identified by the Guarantor in the above-mentioned provision, provided that the chosen methods present all the validity requirements of the consent required by law.

    12. The obligation to use the banner also weighs on site owners who use only technical cookies?

    No. In this case, the site owner can inform users in the manner he / she deems most suitable, for example, also by inserting the relative indications in the privacy policy indicated on the site. < p> 13. What should the "extended" information indicate?

    Must contain all the elements required by law, analytically describe the characteristics and purposes of cookies installed by the site and allow the user to select / deselect individual cookies.

    Must include the link updated to the information and consent forms of the third parties with which the owner has entered into agreements for the installation of cookies through its website.

    Finally, it must recall the possibility for the user to express his own cookie options also through the settings of the browser used.

    14. Who is required to provide information and to request consent for the use of cookies?

    The holder of the website that installs profiling cookies.

    For third-party cookies installed through the site, the obligations of disclosure and Consent burden on third parties, but the site owner, as a technical intermediary between these and users, is required to include in the "extended" information the updated links to the information and consent forms of the third parties themselves.

    15. The use of cookies should be notified to the Guarantor?

    Profiling cookies, which usually persist over time, are subject to the notification obligation, while cookies that have different purposes and fall within the category of technical cookies, should not be notified to the Guarantor.

    16. When the measures prescribed by the Guarantor enter into force with the provision of 8 May 2014?

    The Guarantor has a transitional period of one year from the publication of the provision in the Official Gazette to allow interested parties to comply. This period will end on 2 June 2015.