Arcos S.r.l.



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Arcos Srl will protect your privacy and handle the personal information you provide with the maximum transparency in fulfillment of the requirements of DL 196/2003, shown below:
”We wish to inform you of the requirements of article 13 of DL 196/2003, which are intended to protect the privacy of physical persons, and other subjects, with respect to the handling of their personal information.
According to the law, the information must be:

  • handled legally and correctly;
  • collected and recorded for determined, explicit and legitimate purposes;
  • exact and, if necessary, updated with information that you provide;
  • pertinent, complete and not excessive with respect to the purposes of its handling;
  • with the goal of protecting your privacy and rights.

In no case will your information be published.

We assure you that the security and confidentiality of your information will be protected regardless of whether it is computerized or not. Your information may be: collected, recorded, organized, preserved, processed, edited, extracted, compared, used, interconnected, blocked, communicated, deleted or destroyed.

The Holder of the information is Piergiorgio Bettinzoli, with offices at Via Leonardo da Vinci, 15/C Gussago, VAT no. 00301640173, who will use it for the purposes listed above and whom you may contact at any time in relation to the handling of your information and your rights under article 7 of DL 196/2003.

You may contact the company for additional information.

We also wish to inform you that, unless you inform us otherwise in writing, we consider that you have given your consent within the limits of what is indicated above.

Article 7 (Right of Access to Personal Information and OtherRights)  

1. Interested parties have the right to know whether there is information about them or not, even if not recorded, and to have a copy of it in intelligible form.
2. Interested parties have the right to know:
a) where the information came from;
b) why and how it will be handled;
c) the logic applied in the case of computer processing;
d) information about the identity of the holder, processing managers and the designated representative, in conformity with article 5, paragraph 2;
e) the subjects, or categories of subjects, to whom the information can be communicated, or that may come to know it in their capacity as the designated representatives, managers or appointees within Italy.
3. Interested parties have the right to have:
a) their information updated, corrected and, when there is an interest, supplemented;
b) information handled in violation of the law deleted, transformed into anonymous form or blocked, including information that does not need to be preserved in relation to the purposes for which it was collected or subsequently handled;
c) a declaration that the content of the operations in letters “a” and “b” was made known to those to whom the information may have been communicated or published, except in the case where this requirement is impossible or involves the use of resources that are clearly disproportionate to the right being protected.
4. The person has the right to oppose the handling of his data, in whole or in part:
a) for legitimate reasons, even when pertinent to the purpose of the collection;
b) for the purpose of the sending of direct advertising or sales material or for purposes of market research or commercial communications.”

Use of Cookies:

As happens on most web sites, can collect information about the navigation of your computer on our site for purely statistical purposes. This information is collected through the use of cookies. A “cookie” is a small data file written to your computer's hard disk when you access an web site.
This is data “of an impersonal nature” since it does not identify an individual user: the data collected has to do - by way of example and not exhaustively - with the geographic location of our ISP, the type of browser used, your IP address, the pages you visited, etc.
The aggregated information collected allows knowing the frequency of your visits and includes information about which pages you visited. Over time, it helps us improve the content of the site and make it easier to use.
Even the companies that contribute content to our site, and that are reachable through links on our pages, can use cookies when the user clicks on the relative link. We have no control of the use of cookies in that case.

Most browsers automatically accept cookies but it is also possible to refuse all or selectively accept only some by setting the preferences in your browser. If a user inhibits the use of cookies, some components of the site may not be available and certain pages may be incomplete. The following is a list of sites where you can find information about the most common browsers and how to configure them for cookies:
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