1. Types of data collected
Harmont & Blaine collects and processes personal data voluntarily provided by user upon interaction with the Site functionalities and request of the services offered by the Site, for example when user subscribes to the Site, to the newsletter and purchases Harmont & Blaine products.
Harmont & Blaine may collect include name, e-mail and phone number. When personal data are collected on the Site a specific informative statement will be displayed according to Art. 13 of the Privacy Code. If user provides Harmont & Blaine with personal data of third parties (for example the telephone number or e-amil address of a third party) user shall provide that said communication to Harmont & Blaine and its processing for the purposes specified in the relevant privacy statement are in compliance with the Privacy Code and applicable legislation, so for example user may provide third parties’ data only after having duly informed them and having obtained their consent if necessary.
2. Purposes and means of personal data processing; consequences in case of refusal
In addition to the so-called surfing data (please refer to section 2 above and the paragraph on Cookies, below) Harmont & Blaine may process the personal data in order to provide the services requested, such as elaborating and operating the purchase requests and perform the necessary fulfillments connected to them, including administrative, accounting tax and legal obligations.
User’s personal data will also be processed by Harmont & Blaine to comply with obligations imposed by laws, regulations and Community legislation (including money laundering legislation) and to establish or defend a legal claim of Harmont & Blaine.
Furthermore, personal data may be processed for marketing purposes (namely to send newsletter, information, promotional material regarding products, services, promotions and initiatives of t Harmont &Blaine, as well as to invite to events and activities) or for profiling activities (creation of profiles based on habits and choices of consumers), where the appropriate consents are provided by the user.
For the purposes described above, the conferment of personal data of the user is necessary, and any refusal would prevent Harmont & Blaine from performing its contractual obligations and providing services and goods to the user.
Harmont & Blaine processes personal data mostly through electronic and automated means whose procedures and logics are defined according to the purposes herein specified. Data may also be processed in paper form. Harmont & Blaine keeps data only for the time that is necessary to fulfill specific purposes that are sought from time to time.
3. Extent of personal data communication and transfer abroad
Harmont &Blaine, where requested by privacy law, will obtain the necessary consents in order to process the data provided. The data provided will under no circumstance be processed by third parties for their own promotional and profiling purposes.
4. The data Controller and the data Processor
A) A The data Controller is Harmont & Blaine S.p.a., Zona Industriale, S.S. 87 km. 16.460 - 80023 CAIVANO (NA), Ph.: +39.081.8881111. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
B) B The data processor is Drop S.r.l. C.so Umberto I, 171 – 62012 CIVITANOVA MARCHE (MC), Tel.: +39.0733.779539. E-mail: email@example.com.
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5.1 Existing types of cookies
Technical and statistical cookies
These cookies ensure the service works. Technical cookies save user preferences, access, lists of products and wish lists.
These cookies do not contain personal data or data that can be traced back to the user and are required for the application to work.
tatistical aggregate cookies:
These cookies are used by the owner of the application to analyse the use, access and way in which users interact with the application.
Information collected anonymously can be analysed only in aggregate form so it is not possible to trace a user's information.
To this end, the site uses the Google Analytics application provided by Google Inc.
The data collected is used by Google to study and analyse the use of the application and may be used to customise advertising on its network.
Profiling and third party cookies that may make use of it
Some services allow the anonymous identification of some user information in order to provide customised and personalised advertising.
An example of these cookies is the publication of an advertisement based on the recent visits to web pages or interests of users.
This site does not use of this type of cookie directly, but uses specific third party services for this purpose.
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Through this service and for adhering networks you can choose not to be profiled, which does not mean you will no longer receive advertising, only that it will no longer be selected according to your preferences.
5.2. How to change the settings for cookies
In addition to that stated on this page, preferences related to cookies can be managed directly from within your browser.
Through your browser preferences you can, for example, delete cookies previously installed, prevent the installation of new ones, delete or block certain cookies.
Below are the links with instructions to block cookies provided by the main browsers.
In addition, through the Your Online Choices service the user can manage the tracking preferences of most advertising networks.
5.3 Accuracy of the information
The installation of cookies by third parties through the services used by this application cannot be controlled by the owner of the application, therefore any reference to their use, despite the efforts of the owner to ensure correct information, should be considered indicative and the user is advised to consult the Privacy Policies of any services shown on this page for more detailed information.
Since the installation of cookies and other tracking systems by third parties through the services used within this application cannot be technically controlled by the owner of the application, all specific references to cookies and tracking systems installed by third parties should be considered indicative. For more information, see the Privacy Policies of the third party services listed in this document.
6. Place where personal data are stored
Personal data will be stored and processed through an electronic system owned by Harmont & Blaine and managed by Harmont & Blaine or by third parties providing technical services to Harmont & Blaine; Data will be processed only by specifically authorized staff, including staff in charge of performing non-routine maintenance operations.
7. User’s rights
User is entitled at any moment to enforce the rights acknowledged under Art. 7 of the Privacy Code, including for example to obtain confirmation that user’s personal data exist or not, verify their content, origin, accuracy, ask for their integration, updating, amendment, deletion, transformation in anonymous form, block for breach of laws, oppose for legitimate reason the data processing. The user may oppose to the processing for legitimate resons. For any request on the personal data processing by Harmont & Blaine and to enforce privacy rights user may contact Harmont & Blaine or its Processor, at the address indicated at point 4 above.
8. Security and quality of personal data
Harmont & Blaine is committed to protect the security of user’s personal data and complies with security provisions set forth by applicable laws and regulations to prevent loss of data, unlawful or unfair use of data and unauthorized access to data, with specific but not limited reference to Annex B of the Privacy Code (Technical Specifications Concerning Minimum Security Measures). Moreover, information systems and software programs are configured by reducing to a minimum the use of personal and identification data, which are used only if necessary for specific purposes that are sought from time to time. Harmont & Blaine uses a variety of advanced security technologies and procedures to help protect user’s personal data. For example, personal data are stored on secured servers placed in controlled locations.