Quorum Studio Legale e Tributario Associato (hereinafter also “ Quorum ”), based in Rome, at Via degli Scipioni n. 281 and Milan, Via Cino del Duca n. 5, as Data Controller, wishes to inform you, in compliance with Article 13 of EU Regulation 2016/679 on “Data Protection” (hereinafter “GDPR”), on the types, purposes and methods of use and management of your personal data which may be processed during the consultation and use of the site https://www.quorumlegal.com.
1. PERSONAL DATA SUBJECT TO PROCESSING
As a result of the use of this website, Quorum Studio Legale e Tributario Associato may process the following personal data of users:
a) Navigation data: the IT systems and software responsible for the website functionality may collect personal data during ordinary operations and transfer them as implied by the use of typical Internet communication protocols. This information is not collected to identify users however given the type of information, via elaboration and association with personal data held by third parties, it might be possible to identify users. This category of information includes the IP addresses or the domain names of computers and terminals used and other parameters relative to the user’s operating system and IT settings. This personal data is only used to gather statistics on the use of the website and to ensure it functions correctly.
b) Personal data that is voluntarily provided: the express, voluntary provision of personal data to Quorum via e-mails to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org in order to receive information or assistance or to voluntarily send CVs, implies providing your e-mail address and all other personal data that is required to respond to your request.
2. LEGAL BASIS FOR PROCESSING
In relation to the personal data indicated in section 1(a) of this privacy statement, that data will be processed on the basis of a legitimate interest of this firm, namely to guarantee the correct functioning and proper safety of its website; your express consent is therefore not required.
In terms of the personal data indicated in section 1(b) of this privacy statement, the processing is aimed at providing you with a reply; in that case, the processing concerns the data set out in your CV which you voluntarily sent to the firm with a view to creating an employment or collaboration relationship with the firm or at your request; your consent is therefore not required.
3. METHODS OF PROCESSING
With respect to the personal data that you voluntarily provide via e-mails to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, the data will be processed using electronic, computer and other data transmission means that guarantee the safety and the confidentiality of the data, and the accuracy, updating and relevance of the personal data with respect to the declared purposes of processing.
4. DURATION OF PROCESSING
Personal data shall be processed for the period strictly required to achieve the purposes for which such data was collected or in accordance with the processing terms established by applicable law.
In terms of the retention of navigation data/cookies, please see section 8 of this privacy statement.
Specific safety measures are applied by Quorum to prevent the loss of personal data, its unlawful use and/or incorrect or unauthorised access to such data.
5. RECIPIENTS OF PERSONAL DATA
With respect to the purposes described in this privacy statement, your personal data may be communicated in Italy or abroad, inside the EU, in order to fulfil statutory requirements or to respond to your requests.
Your personal data shall not be transmitted to third countries.
Your personal data shall not be diffused and shall not be disclosed to the public or to an indefinite number of recipients.
6. RIGHTS PURSUANT TO ARTICLES 15, 16, 17, 18 AND 21 OF EU REGULATION 2016/679
You, as an interested party, may exercise the rights of access to personal data provided for by art. 15 of the EU Regulation and the rights provided for by art. 16, 17, 18, 21 of the same Regulation regarding the rectification, cancellation, limitation and opposition to the processing of personal data.
You may exercise those rights by contacting: email@example.com.
You are also entitled to lodge a complaint with the Italian Data Protection Authority, which has registered offices in Piazza Venezia no.11, 00186 Rome (Italy).
7. RIGHTS PURSUANT TO ARTICLES 15, 16, 17, 18 AND 21 OF EU REGULATION 2016/679
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small files which websites store on a user’s computer or are memorised so they can be sent back to a website during subsequent visits. Cookies differ in terms of duration, origin and type.
There are session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are automatically erased when you close your browser, whereas persistent cookies stay on the user’s computer until a pre-set expiry term in the cookie.
There are first-party cookies, which are stored by the domain (website) you are visiting directly and third-party cookies, which are created by websites or domains other than the one you are visiting directly, hence the name third-party, which can contain information such as images, maps and specific links to pages on other domains.
Types of cookies and their functions
Cookies can have different functions and depending on each function they can be:
– TECHNICAL COOKIES, which are necessary for the functioning of a website and are classified as follows:
1. Navigation or session cookies: these cookies that ensure the normal navigation on and use of a website (for example, authentication for access to restricted areas);
2. Functionality cookies: these cookies improve user service by remembering choices made by the user (such as language preference);
3. Analytics cookies: these cookies anonymously track how users interact with content such as, what pages were visited, how long users spent on pages, the source of the traffic, geographic location. These cookies are sent by third party domains (Google Analytics) external to the website; the management of information collected by “third parties” as autonomous data controllers, is governed as set out in the table below:
– PROFILING COOKIES, which are designed to create user profiles and offer content in line with the user’s interests. To install this type of cookie a prior consent from the user is required.
Quorum informs you that its website uses technical cookies in order to improve the functioning and use of the website; it does not use profiling cookies.
In particular, we have described the cookies used by Quorum on this website and how your preferences are managed.
|5 months 27 days
|This cookie is set by the Google recaptcha service to identify bots to protect the website from malicious spam attacks.
|This cookie is installed by Google Analytics and is used to maintain session status.
|The _ga cookie, installed by Google Analytics, calculates visitor, session and campaign data and also tracks site usage for the site analysis report. The cookie stores information anonymously and assigns a randomly generated number to recognize unique visitors.
|Installed by Google Analytics, the _gid cookie stores information on how visitors use a website, also creating an analytical report on website performance. Some of the data collected includes the number of visitors, their source and the pages they visit anonymously.
|Set by Google to distinguish users.
8. HOW TO MANAGE COOKIES
By changing your browser settings you can manage, disable or block all types of cookies (technical and analytics).
Please find below links to instructions provided by the following browsers:
N.B.: if you block all cookies, including technical cookies, without setting up an exception for the website, you might be unable to use the website or to access and use all its functions.