Privacy & Cookies Policy
The Site does not process the personal data nor carry out any sort of processing without the knowledge of the user (so-called hidden processing). It does not use any technology that could invade the person’s privacy and does not “search” in hiding into the user’s computer. The only personal data that are processed are those that are provided spontaneously by the user. Pursuant to Legislative Decree 196/03, the User is informed that any data that are provided will be processed exclusively to proceed with the user’s specific requests and will not be processed in the future for any other purposes. The data are processed electronically and in printed form and are not communicated or disseminated except in those cases as requested by law
The data processing holder is: Bauce Tri.ma srl - Via del Lavoro 27 - 36070 Trissino (VI).
The user is expressly invited NOT TO SEND any sensitive data which, in all events, would be immediately destroyed.
The user who sends personal data has all the rights as given in article 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003, which are given below for your information:
Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, Art. 7 – Right to accessing personal data and other rights
1. The person concerned has the right to confirmation as to whether the personal data exists even if it has not been registered and to receive an intelligible version.
2. The person concerned has the right to information as to:
a) where the personal data originated;
b) the purpose and method of processing;
c) the logic applied if electronic instruments are used;
d) the details of the data processing holder, managers and appointed representative as per article 5(2);
e) the bodies or categories of bodies that the personal data could be communicated to or who could gain knowledge of in their position as appointed representative in the country, or as managers or assignees.
3. The person concerned has the right:
a) to have the data updated, rectified or integrated if required;
b) to have the data cancelled, transformed into anonymous form or blocked that are processed in violation of law, including those that do not need conserving for the purposes for which the data were originally collected and processed;
c) to receive confirmation that the operations at letters a) and b) have been notified in their terms and contents to all those parties that had previously received them, except in those cases where it is impossible or requires means that are out of proportion to the protected right.
4. The person concerned has the right to oppose, fully or partially:
a) or legitimate reasons that the personal data be processed, even if they are pertinent to the purpose for which they were collected;
b) the personal data being processed for the purposes of sending advertising or direct sales materials, or for carrying out market surveys and for commercial communications.
When access is gained to this Site, or any site that is linked to it, the data on your computer could be saved as a “cookie” to enable customising the website so that it better corresponds to your interests and preferences.
The Company could use the cookie technology to carry out statistics surveys on the Site. A cookie is a small data element sent by the website that has been accessed and saved on the hard disk by your computer’s browser. The Cookies are used by several websites to enable giving the visitors access to different functions. The data contained in the cookie can be used for monitoring the behaviour of the surfing user. There are two types of cookies. The first saves a file in your computer for a long period of time and is used, for example, with functions that describe which information is new since the last time you visited that specific site. The second is the “session cookie”, which is temporarily stored in your computer’s memory while you are visiting the site and surfing in a page, and is used, for example to establish which language you chose. The session cookies are not stored in your computer for a long time, and are cancelled when you close your browser. The Company only uses the cookies for the graphic layout “character size” and “high visibility”. The Company also uses the web server’s log files to count the number of visitors, improve the page structure, make site surfing easier and to adapt it to the users’ needs. The computer may be set up to block the cookies; however that would mean that the Company would be unable to guarantee that all the website areas function as they should. How the cookies are blocked depends on the browser you use: for instructions access the Help menu in your browser. The Company may review and update this information at any time.
Copyrights and brands
The Site is the exclusive property of Bauce Tri.ma srl ("Bauce"), who created it for information and communications purposes so that it is available for the users. The Bauce brand and Bauce products shown in the website pages, including the logos and all other trademarks, trade names, figurative marks and slogans that are related to them are the exclusive property of Bauce; all uses and reproductions for any reason and using any means whatsoever are expressly forbidden and will be legally pursued by Bauce. The web pages in the Site and their contents (for example: texts, pictures, graphics, etc.) are protected by Bauce’s copyright. Therefore they may not be reproduced, duplicated, published or transmitted (totally or partially) in any form or using any means. No reproductions of the Site or its contents can be sold or distributed for commercial reasons. Material can only be downloaded from the Site if it is expressly authorised in the web pages. In all events, any contents of the site cannot be interpreted as an express or tacit licence in favour of third parties to use the Bauce brand, the texts, pictures, graphics or other elements covered by copyright as outlined herein. Bauce declines all responsibility for any damage caused to the users and their property further to accessing the Site, due to being unable to access the Site or downloading material from the Site where it is allowed, including any damage caused to the users’ computer equipment by viruses.