On this page, Obereggen Latemar SpA/AG explains how it handles data for the users who visit its website and the behaviour of the cookies its site installs.
The following information applies only to the site www.montagnanimata.it; the data controller is not responsible for any data entered or cookies installed by other sites that may be consulted using links.
Obereggen Latemar SpA/AG handles the data that the user voluntarily enters using the forms present on the site only in order to respond to your request. Any other purposes (by way of example and not comprehensively, marketing purposes or communicating your data to companies with which we have a partnership for their own marketing purposes) will be subject to an explicit and substantiated request for your specific and voluntary consent, separately from that required for answering your questions.
Your provision of data and consent to its processing are necessary to follow up on your requests; your agreement to its processing for other purposes is voluntary.
For the data acquired by our site through the installation of cookies, please refer to that specific section (‘Cookies on our site’).
Your data is processed by computer, although there may be some processing in paper form. Automated decision-making processes are not used to process your personal data.
Personal data about you, collected through the forms on our website, will be stored for the time necessary to provide a response to your requests. Where there are further regulations that impose a longer storage time, we will comply with these regulations. Data collected by cookies will be stored for the length of time established by the individual cookies.
Your data will not be communicated nor distributed to third parties by Obereggen Latemar SpA/AG without your specific and voluntary consent. Any data communicated by you will not be transferred by us to countries or international organisations outside of the EU.
You have the right at any time to ask us for access to the data stored about you, to modify, consolidate or delete it, to limit or deny consent to its processing when there are legitimate reasons, as well as to transfer that data to another data controller. We will provide a written response within 30 days. You can at any time revoke the consent granted on this site by contacting one of the addresses indicated in the section ‘Information on the data controller and any data protection officer’. You can also submit a complaint to the national controlling authority if you believe that your data has been processed unlawfully.
The data controller is Obereggen Latemar SpA/AG, with offices at Loc. Stalimen 3, 38037 Predazzo (TN). To exercise your rights under the regulations and further specified above, you can contact the data controller at his/her office or by calling 0462 502929 or sending an email to email@example.com
This website implicitly acquires, using Internet communications protocols, for and in the course of its normal operations, some personal data on the users who access the site, like IP address, domain names of the computers used for access, MAC addresses assigned by network and wireless card manufacturers, etc.
This information is not collected for the purpose of identifying users, but this could be done by associations and processing, including cross-referencing with third-party data; statistical information is obtained from this data on site usage and operations and further information in cases of establishing responsibility related to computer crimes.
Cookies are small text strings that the websites visited by a user install on the user’s terminal; these strings are then re-transmitted to the site that installed them upon further visits by the user. When the user also receives cookies sent by other sites or web servers during site navigation, those cookies are called third-party cookies.
Cookies are installed for various purposes, possibly including the performance of computer authentications, navigation session monitoring, and language choice.
The cookies that are installed directly by Obereggen Latemar SpA/AG are called ‘First-party cookies’, and the cookies that are installed and acquired by a site other than the one the user is navigating are called ‘Third-party cookies’.
Third-party cookies may include social media buttons (or social media plug-ins), which allow the site to interact with the most popular social media sites, such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc., or Google Analytics cookies, which are necessary to implement YouTube iframes, etc. As regards third-party cookies, it is the responsibility of the third parties installing those cookies to provide statements and information on the handling of the data collected.
These are normally installed directly by the site administrators and are cookies that allow communications between the site and the user. They can be navigation cookies or session cookies, used to ensure normal navigation and use of the site and normally persisting for as long the site is being navigated, or functional cookies, which allow better use of the site, like cookies related to the choice of language used on the site, adding selected items to an online shopping cart, etc.
As these cookies are necessary for the functioning of the site, it is not necessary to obtain prior consent for their installation on the user’s terminal.
These are cookies that allow the collection of user information, for example, the number of users who visit the site and how they visit the site, in a more or less aggregated form. One of the best-known tools for obtaining such statistical reports is Google Analytics, a service provided by Google Inc.
Analytical cookies are similar to technical cookies when the information collected is in aggregate form and it is not possible to identify the habits of an individual user; regarding Google Analytics cookies specifically, it will be necessary to anonymise, at least partially, the IP address of the user who visits the site and to prevent data being shared with Google. When this anonymization and prevention of sharing is not possible, these cookies fall under the category of profiling cookies.
These are used to track a user’s preference and offer him/her advertising messages based on those preferences. These cookies are especially invasive, and it is necessary to obtain the user’s consent before installing them on the user’s terminal.
Obereggen Latemar SpA/AG has provided this banner: by clicking on any point other than the banner itself, the user accepts the installation of cookies and decides to continue using the site. It has also provided a specific cookie that records the user’s choice regarding cookie installation for 365 days; this means that the user will see the cookie only one time, and if he/she should later wish to change the choice made, he/she can do this by following the instructions under the section ‘Procedures for disabling cookies’.
Our website installs the following cookies:
|1P_JAR||29 giorni||It stores the preferences and information of each page that visits web pages containing Google Maps geographic maps|
|CONSENT||20 anni||Used for the consent of Google services|
|DV||1 ora||Used by Google to store visitor preferences and other information|
|IDE||doubleclick.net||383 giorni||These are advertising cookies used to improve advertising. Usually used to direct advertising based on content relevant to a user, improve the performance reports of the campaign and avoid showing advertisements that the user has already seen|
|NID||6 mesi||Used by Google to store visitor preferences and other information|
|_fbp||feratel.com||2 ore||Unclassified cookies are being classified, together with individual cookie providers.|
|_ga||Google Analytics||2 anni||These cookies are used to limit the request rate and to distinguish unique users by assigning to each a randomly generated number as a client identifier. It is included in every page request in a site and is used to calculate visitor data, sessions and campaigns for site analysis reports.|
|_gat_UA- 50926645-1||Google Analytics||10 minuti||These cookies are used to limit the request rate and to distinguish unique users by assigning to each a randomly generated number as a client identifier. It is included in every page request in a site and is used to calculate visitor data, sessions and campaigns for site analysis reports.|
|_gcl_au||3 mesi||Used for displaying the map|
|_gid||Google Analytics||1 giorno||statistical analysis (using the Google Analytics service)|
|datr||2 anni||The datr cookie is used by facebook to check if the user accesses facebook from different devices.|
|fr||3 mesi||saves the browser id and an encrypted version of the Facebook identity of the logged in user|
|reg_fb_gate, reg_fb_ref||sessione||reg_fb_gate cookie: contains the first page of Facebook that the web browser has visited. reg_fb_ref cookie: contains the last page of Facebook that the web browser has visited.|
|Sb||2 anni||They allow you to control the “Follow us on Facebook” and “Like” buttons, collect the language settings and let you share the page|
|wd||7 giorni||They allow you to control the “Follow us on Facebook” and “Like” buttons, collect the language settings and let you share the page|