This disclaimer is provided pursuant to Article 13 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 (Code governing the protection of personal data – hereinafter “Code”) to those who use Inrete Digital’s web services accessible at the address and concerns all the personal data that Inrete Digital collects and stores on its users and their accounts. It is not applicable to data collected from other websites that the user may have visited via a link to third-party external pages.

The term “personal data” means any information regarding a physical person, identified or identifiable, even indirectly, via reference to any other information (Paragraph 4., lett. b, Code).

Inrete Digital can periodically change, integrate or update this disclaimer, in consideration of any changes to applicable law or measures from the Data Protection Authority. The changes and updates to the Disclaimer will be applied and those in question will be informed as soon as they are adopted, via the Privacy Policy link in the Site’s footer. As a result, each user concerned is asked to regularly access the Site and check the updated Disclaimer.




The personal details used by Inrete Digital on the website (“Use of Data”) is data collected (i) directly supplied by the person in question; (ii) supplied by third-parties; (iii) automatically.

i) the data supplied directly by the person in question is all the personal details inserted onto the Site (in order to browse or for any other reason) or which is, in any case, communicated to Inrete Digital in some other way. Anyone concerned, within legal boundaries, can decide they do not allow the use of all or part of their data, although this exclusion could restrict or exclude the use of part of Inrete’s Digital services. Examples of data supplied directly by the person concerned include data entered on the contact form (name, company, telephone, e-mail). In more general terms, all data provided to request information.

ii) the data provided by third parties includes all the personal data that Inrete Digital collects from other sources (data entry companies, etc.) to provide its services. Again in this case, anyone concerned, within legal boundaries, can decide they do not allow the use of all or part of their data, although this exclusion could restrict or exclude the use of part of Inrete’s Digital services. Examples of data supplied by third parties include data on web pages visited that we might receive from other commercial operators with whom Inrete Digital may collaborate on certain initiatives, etc.

iii) data automatically collected includes browsing data and/or so called “cookies”. The IT systems and software procedures designated to the functioning of the website acquire, during their normal operations, certain personal details whose transmission is implied in the use of internet communication protocols. This is information that, generally speaking, is not collected to be associated with identified interested parties, but precisely because of its nature could, through processing and association with data held by third-parties, allow users to be identified. This category of data covers IP addresses or computer domain names used by the users who connect to the site, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) marking addresses of requested resources, the time of the request, the method used to make the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the numerical code indicating the status of the response given by the server (completed, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the operating system and user’s IT environment. This data is mainly used to obtain statistical information on the use of the site and to check that it is working correctly. The data could be used to ascertain responsibility in the event of hypothetical computer crimes committed on the site.




The Data is normally used at the Inrete Digital headquarters.

The personal details are used by Inrete Digital and/or by third-parties carefully selected for their trustworthiness and skills, to whom they can be communicated for essential or advantageous purposes to carry out activities, even instrumental or accessory, relevant to the purposes of the Data Use indicated in this disclaimer, the main one being the supply of goods and services requested by the person concerned.

In any other case, with the exception of what is legally permitted, personal details cannot be transferred and/or communicated to third parties.

Personal details are collected in compliance with the obligations and guarantees foreseen by the Code and are mainly used with electronic, automated telematic tools, for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected. Specific safety measures are observed to prevent data loss, illegal or incorrect use and unauthorised access.

As soon as the personal details are no longer needed for the purposes for which they were collected, Inrete Digital deletes them, unless legally required to archive them or unless the user has granted permission to use the data for an extended period of time or for their archiving.




According to Article 7 of the Code, each user has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or not of his/her personal data, even if still unregistered, and their communication in an intelligible format.

In particular, each user has the right to obtain from Inrete Digital all the information regarding: (i) the origin of the personal data; (ii) the end purpose and way it is used; (iii) the way electronic/IT tools handle the data; (iv) personal data of the controller and those responsible for designated use; (v) the personal data of those and their categories to whom the data may be transmitted.

Furthermore, each user has the right to obtain an update, correction or integration of their data from Inrete Digital as well as to request that the data be deleted in the event of illegitimate use and/or in other legal situations, with the blocking of data used in violation of the law.

Lastly, each user has the right to object, in whole or in part, to the use of his/her personal details, even if relevant to the purpose of the collection, for legal reasons and advertising or direct sales distribution purposes or market research purposes.

The requests mentioned in the previous points should be made via registered return letter or e-mail to the Head of Data Use indicated in the next paragraph.




The data controller is Inrete Digital, based in Lissone in Via Dante Alighieri 53, Postcode 20851. VAT number: 10163170961. The data controller appointed Teobaldo Semoli as the person in charge.

The updated list of those in charge of data processing (if appointed) can be found at Inrete Digital’s legal headquarters given above.




The data is used exclusively for the purposes for which it was collected, given below.

Inrete Digital mainly uses the data collected from the persons concerned to:

  1. handle orders and perform related activities (e.g. communication with the customer concerning order status, answers to his/her request for information, payment handling, etc.);
  2. allow participation in specific, additional services, such as receiving a newsletter communicating promotional offers and other information services, or for statistical or market research purposes.

For all the above-mentioned purposes, Inrete Digital may appoint external suppliers to whom only data strictly necessary for carrying out the assignment, is transmitted.

Inrete Digital will have a chance to send communications to the e-mail address provided by the Customer when purchasing a product or service offered and sold on the Site, to allow for the direct sale of similar products or services without the need for the Customer’s express and prior permission (as provided for by Article 130, paragraph 4 of the Privacy Code) and on condition that the user does not exercise the right to oppose use of the data concerning him/her via the link found at the bottom of any e-mail with promotional content sent by Inrete Digital.


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