This page contains a description of the methods for managing the website in
reference to the processing of users' personal data. This is an informative
declaration that is also made pursuant to Articles 13 and 14 of the General
European Regulation on the protection of personal data (GRPD) n. 679/2016
to those who interact with the web services provided by Edizioni ESAV
S.r.l. on behalf of the AIPP, accessible via telematic means beginning with
the address: www.aipp.net
This informative declaration is made only for the AIPP website created by
Edizioni ESAV S.r.l. and not for other websites that my eventually be
consulted by the user via links.
The informative statement is also founded on Recommendation n. 2/2001 that
the European authorities for the protection of personal data, joined in the
Group instituted by Art. 29 of the directive n. 95/46/EC, adopted on 17 May
2001 to identify some of the minimum requisites for the collection of
personal data on-line and, in particular, the methods, times, and nature of
the information that the data processing managers must provide users when
they connect to web pages, regardless of the purpose for the connection.
The Data Processing Controller
Following the consultation of this website, data relative to the persons
identified or identifiable may be processed.
The "manager" of their processing is Edizioni ESAV S.r.l., with legal
offices in Turin, Via Cavour 50, 10123 (Italy).
Data Processing Manager
The company Edizioni ESAV S.r.l. (P.IVA IT05215180018) has been designated
as Data Processing Managers pursuant to Article 29 of the Code on the
protection of personal data, in that they are charged with the maintenance
of the technological part of the website.
Nature of the data processed
The aipp.net website can be consulted without communicating any personal
data; in some cases it is necessary to provide personal data to be able to
access some of the services offered (newsletters, free registration). In
these cases, only the information necessary to activate the service
requested will be required.
3.1 Data provided voluntarily by the user
The IT systems used for the functioning of the aipp.net website acquire,
during the course of their normal functioning and therefore during
navigation, some user data, the transmission of which is implicit in the
use of Internet communication protocols. Data that falls in this category
includes, for example, IP address, the type of browser, the operating
system, the domain name, the times during which the user accesses the site
and the addresses of websites from which the user made access, as well as
other parameters relative to the operating system and IT environment of the
user. This is to make it possible for the website to save some important
information and offer the user a better online experience: we collect, for
example, information on your language of preference, your acquisitions
(even potential, for example what you add to your shopping cart without
actually buying), and the web pages you prefer.
This is information that is not collected to be associated to identified
interests, but that due to their nature might, through processing and
associations with data held by third parties, makes it possible to identify
This information is used to improve the quality of service and provide
general statistics relative to the use of the website and is not
communicated or transferred to anyone.
These data may also be used for ascertaining liability in case of
hypothetical IT crimes that damage the site, in which case our company is
obliged by law to communicate it to the competent legal authorities.
When a request is made to create an account, it is necessary to collect the
following information: name, surname, company name, e-mail address, mailing
address, telephone number. We also collect the content of requests that you
send us through the account and the correlated searches while you are on
our website, so as to enable us to offer you better service and meet your
3.2 Navigation data
We will be able to collect information on the activities you carry out on
the aipp.net website, which we then use to improve your experience and fuel
your interests, for example to recommend a product or a service that you
might like. The information we collect on your activities includes:
· The search terms of your queries
· Videos and advertising that you watched
· Interactions you had with website contents and advertising
· Information about your purchases
· The people with whom you share the contents found on our website
· The information about your activity on the website of third parties
to whom we are connected
3.3 Localisation data
In some functions or sections of the website, we may collect information
about your geographic position while you use our services, because this
helps us to offer additional services, like proposing events in your vicinity.
Your position may be determined with a varying degree of accuracy by means
· The sensors used by your smartphone, if you use ti to connect to our
· The information collected from other devides near your smartphone or
PC, as access points to a WI-FI network or device with a Bluetooth
The types of data on the position that we collect depend partly on the
settings of your device. For example, you can disactivate or activate the
localisation of your Android device by using the settings of your
To collect all the information described above, our Company uses
formed by small parts of codes installed on the website that allow the site
itself o use important functions like reading and installing cookies),
local storage like browser web storage (saving information
about navigation directly on the user's browser) or application data caches (hardware or software components
that makes it possible to respond more quickly to users' requests), databases e server logs (save allt he
requests made through out website).
The aipp.net website may contain links to other internet websites. This
information is made public only for the aipp.net website and not for other
websites that may eventually be consulted by the user via these links. The
company is therefore not responsible for the personal data processing
methods or the content of these external sites.
Why we collect your data
We inform you that Edizioni ESAV S.r.l. processes the data of its own users
only for purposes strictly connected with the supply of services on
aipp.net, for the conclusion of product sales contracts and, provided you
give your consent, to inform you of new commercial initiatives strictly
linked to editorial activities and website services.
In particular, your personal data may be processed for the following
A. as part of potential acquisition processes on the
aipp.net website, we collect your personal data (for example, personal
information, e-mail address, home address, credit card number, telephone
number) using the relative order form for product sales;
B. to supply assistance services (Client Service), we
collect your personal data (for example, e-mail address, name and surname)
for purposes necessary to give you all the information about an aipp.net
service and the acquisition of products on aipp.net;
C. to supply updating services and to send the Newsletter
via e-mail, where expressly requested;
D. as part of the request for technical assistance services, we collect your personal
data to supply you information about navigation problems, browser
compatibility, and visualisation or uploading of domori.com web pages;
E. to personalise the service offered or customise it to
meet your needs, including the recommendation of products that may interest
you. Depending on your browser settings, we may also show you a
personalised advertisement based on your interests. You can control what
information we use to propose personalised advertising by checking the
settings on your browser. In any case, to propose this type of advertising,
we never use your specific data (so-called sensitive, or those that might
indicate racial origin, religion, sexual orientation, state of health) and
we do not share information that my directly identify you with advertising
agencies - unless you explicitly ask us to do so, for example to contact
the company that provides the services you are interested in.
F. To measure website performance of aipp.net, to
understand how our services are used and improve on them if necessary. For
example, we analyse the data of your visit for statistical purposes and we
measure the time you spend on a specific page, using the services offered
available by Google Analytics:
Sharing your information
We do not communicate your personal information to companies,
organisations, or individuals outside of our own company, except in the
· With your explicit and specific consent to do so. For example, in
the case of a sale, we will ask your permission to communicate your
personal address to the shipping company so that your purchase can be
delivered to you correctly.
· With our external data Processing Managers, who have been suitable
nominated and instructed to process your data on our behalf. The
communication will take place only when strictly necessary and meet with
you request or to enable us to render the service you requested. You can as
for the complete list of our external Data processing managers at the
following address: firstname.lastname@example.org All those we have nominated offer
adequate professional guarantees and operate in full compliance with
personal data protection regulations.
· For obligation deriving from the law or upon a request made by legal
· To prevent or ascertain an illicit act.
We wish to inform you that we may also share aggregate and anonymous forms
of information with our commercial partners - for example, publicists,
editors, developers - for statistical purposes and trend analyses that
enable us to improve the services offered. We also allow well-identified
partners to collect information from your browser or device for statistical
and marketing purposes through the use of third-party cookies (see our
Protection of personal data
Edizioni ESAV S.r.l. protects the confidentiality of personal data. The
different technologies and protection procedures used are intended to
protect personal data from unauthorised access, use, and disclosure. When
personal data is transmitted on the Internet (registration, subscription,
payment), these are protected by means of cyptography and through, for
example, the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol.
Our company has also adopted protection measures capable of promptly
detecting technical or security problems (so-called data breach)
developed for the purpose of automatically preventing the security threat
from reaching you. In any case, you will be informed of security incidents
that we believe you should know about, and we will guide you step by step
to protect your from risks deriving from security faults ( potential):
Other security measures adopted are:
· The use of cryptography to maintain the privacy of your data while
· The verification of double credentials to help you protect your
· We revise our policies on the collection, storage and processing of
data, including those on physical safety, to prevent unauthorised access to
· We limit access to your personal data only to personnel working in
our Company who were specifically authorised and instructed to process
personal data. All those who have access to personal data are subject to
contractual confidentiality obligations.
Optional granting of data
Other than the information specified for Type A purposes and navigation
data (see Point 3.2), the user is free to provide the personal data
indicated in the request form to Edizioni ESAV S.r.l. or, in any case,
indicated in the "Contacts" section to solicit the sending of the
newsletter, informative material, or other communications.
Not providing this information may make it impossible for the user to
obtain whatever was requested.
In conclusion, it must be remembered that in some cases (not subject to the
routine management of this website), the Authority may request news and
information pursuant to Art.157 of the Italian Civil Code on the protection
of personal data, for the purposes o controls on the processing of personal
data. In these cases, the answer is obligatory and subject to
Place of the Processing of the data
The processing connected with the web serves of this website take place at
the aforementioned legal offices of the company and is carried out by
technical personnel assigned to said processing. In necessary, the data
connected with the newsletter service may be processed by company personnel
that maintains the technological part of the website, Diennea S.r.l. (data
processing manager pursuant to Article 29 of the Law on the protection of
personal data), at the legal offices of the same company.
The personal data is processed with automated tools for an amount of time
strictly necessary to fulfil the purpose for which they were collected. The
processing may also take place with paper instruments, always in compliance
with current laws in force.
Rights of those involved
The subjects who provide their personal data have the right, at any time,
to obtain the confirmation that the data exists or not and to know their
contents and origins, verify their accuracy, or ask that they be integrated
or updated, or correct them (Article 7 of the Law on the protection of
In keeping with this same article, the person involved has the right to
request the cancellation, transformation into an anonymous format, or block
the data processed in violation of the law, as well as oppose their
processing in any case for legitimate reasons. Those involved also have the
right to file a claim with the Authority for the protection of personal
data, as well as the right to transferability provided by Art. 20 of the
aforementioned European Regulation.
Requests must be sent:
- via e-mail, to: email@example.com
- via fax: +39 011 81256661
- or via mail to Edizioni ESAV S.r.l., with legal offices in Turin, Via
Cavour 50, 10123.
What is meant by cookies?
Cookies are small text files that the websites visited send to the user's
terminal (usually to the browser) where they are memorised to be
successively retransmitted to the same site during the next visit by the
same user. During the navigation of a site, the user may also receive on
his terminal cookies from different websites or web servers (so-called
"third-party cookies"); this happens because the web site visited may have
elements like images, maps, sounds, specific links to other domain's web
pages that reside on servers other than the one where the page requested
resides. In other works, those cookies that are configured by a web site
other than the one the user is actually visiting.
The cookies are used to carry out IT authentications, monitor sessions and
memorise specific information about the users who access the server and
large numbers of them are generally present in the browser of each user.
some cases are therefore technically necessary: for example, access to
one's personal page and the activities that one can carry out on one's
personal online account (visualisation of one's data, images, and shared
contents, etc.) would be much more complex and less secure without the
presence of cookies that make it possible to identify the user and maintain
the identification during the session.
Cookies can remain in the system even for long periods and can also contain
a unique identifying code. This makes it possible for the site using them
to keep track of the navigation of the user within the site itself, for
statistical or advertising purposes, to thereby create a personalised user
profile beginning with the pages that the user visits and therefore show
him/her targeted advertisement (so-called Behavioural Advertising).
By visiting the aipp.net website with the browser set in "accept cookies"
mode, or using the devices, mobile applications, or other software,
indicates that the user wants to use products and services and consents to
described in this informative declaration. The section below explains how
to modify your browser settings so as to be advised when you receive a new
cookie or to allow you to disable cookies.
By visiting aipp.net you can move among the pages anonymously and have
access to some information without revealing your identity. For the purpose
of accessing services, we use "cookies" to allow the user secure navigation
in order to identify the authorised user.
A cookie consists of a reduce set of data transferred to your browser from
a web server and can be read only by the server that made the transfer. It
is not an executable code and does not transmit viruses. Nearly all
browsers are initially set to accept cookies. You can set your browser to
notify you when you receive a cookie, allowing you to accept it or not.
(For some web pages that require authorisation, cookies are not optional.
Users who choose not to receive cookies cannot access subscription
Cookies and how we use them
Cookies are identifiers that are transferred to your device in order to
allow our systems to recognise your device and offer you some functions,
the pre-filling out of forms, advertising based on your interest on other
• Identifying you when you log in on our sites
• Providing contents, including advertising, pertinent to your
interests on our websites and those of third parties.
• Advertising defined according to your interests is subject to your
preferences, as described in the following section.
• Keeping track of preferences you indicated. In this way, we can
respect your preferences, for example in relation to the visualisation of
advertising based on your interests.
• Conduct research and analyses to improve content, products, and
• Prevent fraudulent activities.
• Improve security.
Cookie allow you to enjoy the advantages offered by some essential
functions. It is however possible to block or refuse oru cookies, but your
web experience may be compromised.
This web site uses Google Analytics, a web-based statistical analysis
service provided by Google Inc. ("Google") . Google Analytics uses
"cookies", that are text files deposited on your computer to enable the
website to analyse how users user the site. The information generated by
the cookies on the use of the website (including your anonymous IP address)
will be transmitted to and deposited with Google servers in the United
States. Google will use this information for the purpose of examining your
use of the website, compile a report on the site activities for operators
of the same, and provide other services relative ot the website activities
and use of the Internet. Google can also transfer this information to third
parties where this is mandated by law or where these third parties process
the aforementioned information on behalf of Google. Google will not
associate your IP address to any other information in Google's possession.
You can refuse the use the cookies by selecting the appropriate setting on
your browser, but please note that if you do this you can no longer use all
the functions of this website. By using this website, you concent to the
processing of your data by Google for the methods and purposes indicated
You can prevent Google from detecting a cookie that is generated due to and
linked to your use of this website (including your IP address) and the
processing of this data by downloading and installing this plugin for the
Advertising on the Internet
On both sites owned and managed by Edizioni ESAV S.r.l. and those subject
to third parties, the company may publish advertising insertions defined
according to interests gleaned by using the information that you make
available when you interact on our websites, contents, or services. The
advertising defined according to these interests, sometimes called
"personalised" or "targeted", appears on your browser in base on the
information on your activity, interests expressed and purchases made on our
websites, use of devices, applications or software, on your visits to sites
that exhibit contents or advertising by AIPP, on your interactions with the
online tools, mobile apps, and social media.
known as action tags or single-pixel gif), and other technologies (jointly
known as "cookies). Cookies allow us to know which advertisements you see,
which advertisements you select, and in what other ways you interact on our
websites and on those of third parties. This makes it possible for us to
offer you advertising that is more useful and pertinent to your needs and
interests. For example, if we know which advertisements you are shown, we
can see to it that the same advertisement is not repeated continuously.
In providing advertisement based on your interests, we do not associate
your interaction with websites independent of us with your identity. We do
not communicate personal information to advertisers or third party websites
that publish our advertising based on interests. However, the advertisers
and other third parties (including the advertising networks, ad-serving
companies, and other supplies of services these may use) can presume that
the users who interact with or click on an advertisement or personalised
content are part of the group to which the advertisement or personalised
content is aimed (for example, users in a particular geographic area or
users who searched for or bought classical music). Moreover, some third
parties provide us with information on your behalf (like demographic
information or websites on which advertisements appeared to you) coming
from offline and online sources that we can use in order to offer you
pertinent and useful advertisements.
The third party advertisers or advertising companies that work on their
behalf exploit this technology to visualise the advertisements that appear
on our websites directly on your browser. When this happens, they
other technologies to measure the effectiveness of their advertisements and
to personalise the advertising content. We do not have access to nor do we
control the cookies or the other functions used by advertisers and third
party websites, and the standard practice of these advertisers or third
party websites are not regulated by our Informative Declaration on Privacy
or by this page on Cookies and Internet advertising. Please contact these
third parties directly for more information on their standard practises on
Cookies and browser settings
The Help functions of most browsers will indicate how to prevent the
browser from accepting new cookies, how to set the browser so it will
notify you when you receive a new cookie and how to disable cookies
entirely. Moreover, you can disable or eliminate similar data used by
additional browser components, like Flash cookies, by changing the setting
of the additional components or by visiting the website of the relative
6.1 How to manage cookies on your Computer
If you want ot allow the cookies from our website, just follow the steps
1. Click on "Tools" in the upper bar of your browser and select "Options".
2. Click on the "Advanced Settings" card, find the "Privacy" section and
select the "Contents Settings" button.
3. Now select "Allow local data to be set".
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0
1. Click on "Tools" in the upper bar of the browser window and select
"Internet Options", then click on the "Privacy" card.
2. To activate cookies in your browser, ensure that the privacy level is
set to Medium or lower.
1. Click on "Tools" in the upper bar of your browser window and select
2. Then select the "Privacy" icon.
Safari on OSX
1. Click on "Safari" in the upper bar of your browser window and select
2. Click on "Security" and then on "Accept cookies". 3. Select "Only from
Mozilla and Netscape on OSX
1. Click on "Mozilla" or "Netscape" in the upper bar of your browser window
and select the "Preferences" option.
2. Scroll down until you visualise cookies under "Privacy and security".
3. Select "Enable cookies only for the source site".
1. Click on "Menu" in the upper bar of your browser window and select
2. Then select "Preferences"; select the "Advanced" card.
3. Then select the option "Accept cookies".