This page describes the processing of personal data of users who visit this web site or interact with our organisation through specific service requests sent by email, mail, or telephone communication.
This Information is only relating to this web site, and not to other web sites that can possibly be accessed through links on some of this web site pages.
Gianandrea Romani, owner of Planet di Romani Gianandrea, based at 1, via Porta in Carnate (MB) 20866, Italy, is the data controller. He is also the data processor, responsible for the processing of personal data related to the services provided, processing that takes place at the offices mentioned above.
The optional, explicit, and voluntary forwarding of a message via email or ordinary mail to the addresses listed on the site or via a telephone call to the number listed on the site, to ask questions, get a cost estimate or communicate an order for a service to be provided by Planet di Romani Gianandrea, involves the acquisition of the company name, the applicant's name, address, home and/or mobile phone numbers, email address, and any other data included in the communication. The data will only be used to handle user requests, provide the services requested and carry out the billing procedures. The data will be stored in electronic format, subjected to appropriate security measures, and will not be disclosed or sold to others for any reason.
We are aware that the texts submitted by users as attachments to an email or by other means, to get a quotation or a translation following an order accepted by Planet, are the exclusive and private property of the users, we treat and protect them with all due care and attention, and insist that all those who will come into contact with them treat them with the same care and attention.
The voluntary forwarding of CVs or résumés through email, fax or ordinary mail by translators applying for freelance jobs, involves the acquisition of translators' personal data contained in CVs or résumés. The personal data will be stored electronically and will not be disclosed to others for any reason. They will be used solely for enabling us to select the most suitable translators for particular assignments, and to enable us to get in contact with the translators in the quickest and safest way.
These data are relating to visits to the web site collected automatically by third-party applications that are used by this site (Google Analytics, application by Google Inc.). These include the IP address of the terminal equipment of the user who connects with the web site, the time of the request, the country of origin, the features of the user's browser and operating system, the timing of the visit (e.g. the time spent on each page) and the details about the path followed within the site, with particular reference to the sequence of pages. The IP address is anonymized by Google Analytics before writing to disk in accordance with the requirements of the tracking code inserted in the web pages, so making it impossible to identify the user.
These data, that are only used to obtain anonymous statistical and analytical reports of the site use and to check on the correct operation of the site, are not disclosed or communicated to others.
The personal data are processed with automated tools for no longer than it is necessary to achieve the purposes
for which they were collected.
Appropriate security measures are implemented to prevent data loss, misuse or improper and unauthorized access.
Data subjects have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether the data exist, and to learn their content and origin, to verify their accuracy or request their integration, updating, or rectification at any time. They also have the right to request that their data are modified or anonymized or that data processed in violation of the law are blocked, and to oppose the data processing for legitimate reasons in any case.
Requests should be sent to Gianandrea Romani, the data controller, by email, or by fax to 039 6829529, or by ordinary mail to: Gianandrea Romani, Planet, via Porta 1, 20866 Carnate (MB), Italy.
The cookies are small reminders of a web site page that the user is visiting, which are stored on the user's
terminal equipment when the browser calls that page. With the cookies, the server sends information to be read and
updated each time the user returns to the site.
In this way, the site can automatically adapt to the user, for example by sending content in a format compatible with the browser or with certain settings for lay-out or language, or trace the user's navigation, e.g. for statistical or advertising purposes.
Under the Provision mentioned above (see Provision, Introduction, 1. Preliminary considerations (Provvedimento, Premessa, 1. Considerazioni preliminari), two main categories of cookies can be identified: technical cookies and profiling cookies.
Technical cookies are used for the sole purpose of "carrying out the transmission of a communication on an
electronic communications network, or insofar as this is strictly necessary to the provider of an information
society service that has been explicitly requested by the contracting party or user to provide the said service”
(see Section 122 Paragraph 1 of the Code).
They are not used for other purposes and are usually installed by the data controller or the webmaster. They can be divided into:
The prior consent of users is not required for the installation of these cookies.
Profiling cookies are aimed at creating user profiles and are used in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the user during navigation. Given the highly invasive nature of these cookies in relation to the users' private sphere, European and Italian legislation requires users to be properly informed on their use so as to give their valid consent.
These cookies are referred to in Section 122 of the Code where it is provided that "storing information, or accessing information that is already stored, in the terminal equipment of a contracting party or user shall only be permitted on condition that the contracting party or user has given his consent after being informed in accordance with the simplified arrangements mentioned in Section 13, Paragraph 3" (Section 122, Paragraph 1, of the Code).
However, analytical cookies (a category of technical cookies) can be used by Google Analytics, an application by Google Inc., a third party that provides analytical and statistical services on the use of web sites capable of checking on their proper operation.
These cookies collect navigation data, including the IP address of the terminal equipment used by the user who connects with the site. Since the IP address may allow identification of the user, the pages of this site contain a tracking code to force Google Analytics to anonymize the IP address.
This site does not currently have any advertising functions activated neither by Google nor by other
third-parties, nor is it connected to any social networks.
Therefore, it doesn't make use of any indirect third-party profiling cookies.
Users can configure their browsers to accept or reject all cookies or particular types of cookies, or to be warned of the setting of a cookie. The following are links to the instruction pages for the most popular browsers:
If, even though the IP address is anonymized, users do not want their data to be used by Google Analytics,
they can install a browser add-on for Google Analytics Opt-out.
Visit the page Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on and download and install the add-on for the web browser in use.