We provide you with the information required by art. 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (hereinafter "GDPR") and art. 122 of the Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, as emended (hereinafter "Privacy Code"), in accordance with the Decision of the Italian Data Protection Authority on 8 May 2014, "Simplified Arrangements to Provide Information and Obtain Consent Regarding Cookies" (hereinafter "Decision"), as consistent with the GDPR, and with “Guidelines 05/2020 on consent under Regulation 2016/679” of European Data Protection Board.
The data controller is Biesse S.p.A., via della meccanica n. 16, Pesaro (PU) e-mail address: (hereinafter “Biesse” o “Controller”).
Biesse has designated a data protection officer which can be contacted at the following e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cookies are small text files sent to the user’s terminal equipment (usually to the user’s browser) by the websites the user visits; they are stored in the user´s terminal equipment to be then re-transmitted to the websites on the user’s subsequent visits.
Each cookie generally includes:
First party and third party cookies
Unlike first-party cookies, which are put on your device directly by the website you are visiting, third-party cookies are placed on your device by a third party (like an advertiser or an analytic system)
Permanent and session cookies
Session cookies are temporary and expire once you close your browser (or once your session ends).
Persistent cookies remain on your hard drive until you erase them or your browser does, depending on the cookie’s expiration date. All persistent cookies have an expiration date written into their code, but their duration can vary.
Technical, analytical and profiling cookies
Depending on the purpose, cookies can be divided into technical cookies and profiling cookies.
Technical cookies are stored for the sole purpose of "carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communication network or as strictly necessary for the supplier of an information society service explicitly requested by subscriber or user to provide the service" (see Art. 122, paragraph 1 of Privacy Code).
They are essential for you to browse the websites and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of sites (so-called “essential” or “strictly necessary”). They allow a user to navigate back and forth between pages without losing their previous actions from the same session. Cookies that allow web shops to hold your items in your cart while you are shopping online are an example of strictly necessary cookies. These cookies will generally be first-party session cookies.
This category include also “preferences cookies” (also known as “functionality cookies”), which allow a website to remember choices you have made in the past, like what language you prefer, what region you would like weather reports for, or what your user name and password are so that you can automatically log in.
“Statistics” or “analytical” cookies (also known as “performance cookies”) collect information about how you use a website, which pages you visited and which links you clicked on in order to improve website functions.
Pursuant to the art. 122, paragraph 1 of the Privacy Code, technical cookies do not require consent, but what they do and why they are necessary or useful should be explained to the user.
Pursuant the Decision, analytical cookies are equivalent to technical cookies (and, therefore, the consent of users is not required) if:
“Profiling” or “marketing” cookies are used to track your on line activity and behaviour for marketing purposes. They allow advertisers to create profiles of users’ preferences, habits, choices, etc. in order to deliver them targeted advertising.
These kinds of cookies can be stored on the user’s device only after the users have given their consent.
Uses must be able to access the websites even if they refuse to allow the use of profiling cookies.
Once the above data retention terms have expired, data will be destroyed or anonymized, consistent with the erasure and backup technical procedures.
Data are processed by the controllers’ employees – responsible for carrying out the activities outlined above – expressly authorized and instructed to process the data.
Data may be disclosed to entities acting as controllers, such as providers (third parties listed in the tables hereinabove with the list of cookies, for which please refer to the relative information notice indicated in the link) supervisory authorities legally authorized to access to data and professional firms. Where the data are transferred to countries outside the European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area (EEA) that have not been deemed adequate by the European Commission, the "transfer tools" referred to in Article 45 of the GDPR will be used, assessing the possible implementation of "additional measures" to guarantee an essentially equivalent level of protection under EU law. For further information, see the links to the information of the providers indicated in the table.
However, users can also express their preferences regarding cookies through the settings of the browser used. Even if the web browser used by the user is set to automatically accept cookies, users can change the default configuration through the settings, deleting and/or removing all or some cookies, blocking or limiting cookies from being sent to certain websites.
Different browsers offer differing ways to configure your browser's cookie settings. Find out how to manage cookies on popular browsers:
For browsers other than the ones listed above, please consult the related guide.
You may exercise your rights under Articles 15 to 22 of GDPR by sending an e-mail to email@example.com or a request to physical address mentioned above. In particular, you have the right:
Data subjects shall have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority in the Member State of their habitual residence, place of work or place of the alleged infringement.