INFORMATION PURSUANT TO ART. 13 OF THE REG. EU No. 679/2016 (“GDPR”)
This Policy describes which of your personal data is collected by Space 2000 S.p.A, and which by Space 2000 S.p.A. As data controllers (who are referred to in this policy as “we”), for what purposes and in what ways are they processed. Below you will also find the information necessary to exercise your rights under the GDPR.
1. Who processes your data: the data controllers
Space 2000 S.p.A with registered office via Ettore De Sonnaz 19, 10121 Turin (TO) VAT number 05414420017 is the data controller of your data. Pursuant to art. 26 GDPR, we inform you that Space 2000 S.p.A is the owner of the processing of your personal data necessary for: the management of requests received by Space 2000 S.p.A, in the processing of your position for the purposes of legal or conventional guarantees. Pursuant to art. 26 GDPR, we inform you that Space 2000 S.p.A is the owner of the processing of your personal data necessary for any communications or requests left by you through the contact form.
2. What data we process – Type of data processed
Your contact details. We will retain the contact information you provide us (for example, name, surname, address, telephone number, e-mail) to be contacted for any applications, collaboration requests or questions requested by you through the contact form on our site.
Information on the use of the site. Your use of our sites involves the processing of data about the browser and device you are using and of your IP address (this is the number that identifies a specific device on the internet and which is necessary for your device to communicate with the sites). We will be able to analyze which site you came from, what you have done and not done on our site.
3. Where we collect your data – How we collect data:
Directly from you. For example, if you leave us a message in the Contacts and/or Careers section, through the form dedicated to data collection.
4. Why and for how long we process your data – Purpose and legal basis of data processing; retention period
To provide you with communications relating to requests sent via our contact form on the Contacts and/or Careers page.
The legal basis for this processing is your explicit consent. The retention period of your data is 12 months from the collection of your data. To prevent or control illegal conduct or to protect and enforce rights. For example, we may use your data to prevent infringement of our intellectual property rights (for example counterfeiting of our and/or our partners’ trademarks) or other infringements, as permitted by applicable law. The legal basis for this processing is the legitimate interest of the data controllers. The retention period of your data is equal to the time reasonably necessary to enforce our rights from the moment we become aware of the offense or its potential commission.
What are cookies. Cookies are small text files that the sites visited by users send to their terminals, where they are stored before being transmitted to the same sites on subsequent visits.
Cookies used by the Space 2000 site and their purposes.
The Site uses the following categories of cookies:
Technical (or navigation) cookies, which contribute to the functioning of the Site, for example to allow you to navigate between pages; the legal basis of the processing underlying the use of these cookies is the interest of the owners in providing efficient and well-functioning services to their customers; the retention period of these cookies runs from the date of first access to the site until the end of the session or a maximum of one month.
Functional cookies, which allow you to activate specific features of the Site and memorize your preferences (such as language), in order to improve your browsing experience; the legal basis of the processing underlying the use of these cookies is the interest of the owners in providing efficient and well-functioning services to their customers; the retention period of these cookies runs from the date they are enabled on the site until they are disabled. The user can accept and disable – as he wishes – these cookies using the cookie management tool.
Analytical cookies, which allow the acquisition of statistical information in aggregate and anonymous form, in relation to navigation methods; the legal basis of the processing underlying the use of these cookies is the interest of the owners in providing efficient and well-functioning services to their customers; the retention period of these cookies runs from the date they are enabled on the site until they are disabled. The user can accept and disable – as he wishes – these cookies using the cookie management tool.
Profiling cookies, which allow us to personalize advertising messages according to your interests and preferences, in order to send you only advertisements that you may deem relevant or interesting. the legal basis of the processing underlying the use of these cookies is the consent of the interested party; the retention period for these cookies runs from the date they are enabled on the site until they are disabled, and in any case no more than 12 months. The user can accept and disable – as he wishes – these cookies using the cookie management tool.
The cookies currently used are:
Below you will find the links that explain how to disable cookies for the most popular browsers (for other browsers used we suggest looking for this option in the software help normally available via the F1 key):
Alternatively, it is possible to disable only Google Analytics cookies, using the opt-out add-on provided by Google for the main browsers https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it
6. Where your data is processed – data transfer
The data will be processed and stored at the offices of Space 2000 S.p.A in via delle Fontane 4/6, 10080 Baldissero Canavese (TO) VAT number 05414420017.
7. Who we share your data with – recipients of personal data
Without prejudice to the fact that, where required by law, we will obtain your prior consent and carry out any formalities required by law itself, we may share your data with the following third parties (also as external managers).
We may share your data with third parties so that they can provide us with services (for example temporary agencies, companies that manage call centers, companies that manage warehouses and provide logistics services, external companies that manage accounting and human resources) but in in this case we will conclude an agreement compliant with the art. 28 GDPR aimed at protecting your data. These subjects only come into possession of the data necessary to carry out their functions and can use them only for the purpose of carrying out these services on our behalf or to comply with legal provisions. You can know the details of these data controllers pursuant to art. 28 GDPR by contacting us via email at: email@example.com
Where we believe we need to do so to comply with legal obligations or in order to protect us, or third parties, in court.
Where permitted or required by law, we may also share data requested by a government agency or other authorized person or organization in order to protect or exercise the rights of us or third parties, or in order to limit or prevent fraud (including fraud of credit card or other fraud that we believe may occur during a sweepstakes or promotion or event) and other criminal offenses.
8. Security measures
We adopt the security measures required by law.
We take security measures to protect your data. The standard security measures we use depend on the type of data we process and meet the requirements established by law and the standards of European government agencies.
9. Your rights
You can contact Space 2000 S.p.A to request access to your personal data, rectification, cancellation of the same or limitation of processing, to oppose the processing and request the portability of your data; you can also revoke your consent at any time (this will not affect the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent given before the revocation). When you exercise the right of access, you have the right to know whether your data is being processed, what the purpose of the processing is, what categories of data are processed, who the recipients are or the categories of recipients to whom the data are communicated. your data (and, if they reside in a third country, on the basis of which guarantees), the retention period of your data (or the criteria for determining the retention period), whether automated processing is underway (for example through profiling) and what the logic of such processing is, the origin of the data (if it is not initially collected by us). You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Personal Data Protection Authority and to ask the data controllers, at any time, for information about the data controllers and the subjects authorized by the data controllers to process your data and on the content of the agreement between holders provided for by the art. 26 GDPR.
10. What we do if we change this policy