Private Policy

This page describes the policies adopted by FIMAP SPA to protect the personal data of its website users.

Collection and processing of personal data
Most of this website can be explored without the need to provide FIMAP SPA with your personal data (apart from what is specified below, in relation to ""cookies"").
On some pages, however, the user may be asked to give some personal data (name, address, telephone/fax number or e-mail address) in order to use a particular service or function of the site, access specific information or receive such information from FIMAP SPA.
The user is not obliged to supply this data but, if he does not do so, he will not be able to take advantage of those functions or services, nor access or receive the information for which such data is requested.
The personal data requested by FIMAP SPA, and which the user agrees to provide, will be stored in the FIMAP SPA databank. The company will process them via computerised or manual systems (according to Legislative Decree 196/2003), with the aim of using them (if necessary passing them on to other companies of the COMAC SPA group) not only for the specific purpose for which they were requested, but also for statistical analyses and market research, and to subsequently send the user informative or promotional material, offers, or other commercial communications, unless the user refuses this type of use by clicking on the appropriate box on every data collection page, or subsequently annuls his consent to the use and/or processing of his data, by sending an e-mail to the following address With regards these data, the user also possesses the rights laid out in art.7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 (the text can be found at the foot of this notice).
The HOLDER of the personal data processing is FIMAP SPA
The PERSON IN CHARGE of the processing, with particular reference to relations with the persons concerned for the scope of exercising the rights laid out in art.7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003, is FIMAP SPA, registered office in Via Invalidi del Lavoro, 1 37059 Santa Maria di Zevio (VR).

Forwarding of information or material by the user
FIMAP SPA cannot accept any data, information, documents, confidential material or material covered by industrial or intellectual property rights that may be sent via this website.
Apart from the personal data that FIMAP SPA explicitly requests on the pages of the site, any other data, information, document or material sent by the user via the Internet will therefore be considered as non-confidential and freely available to FIMAP SPA, who will have the irrevocable and unlimited right to use, reproduce, divulge, modify and exploit it as its own.

Access to this site means (or may mean in the future) that a cookie is sent to the browser; this cookie is stored in the user's fixed disc and informs FIMAP SPA when the user accesses the site, and how he uses it (chosen language, number and frequency of access attempts, pages visited, etc.). The cookies do not allow FIMAP SPA to identify individual users or to collect personal information about them, but only to obtain aggregate statistical data regarding the use of the website, so it can be improved on the basis of the preferences shown by those who use it. The user can, however, usually set the browser in order to be informed each time he receives a cookie, so he can decide whether to accept it or not.

Links to other websites
This site contains (or may contain in the future) links to the websites of third parties, including other companies of the COMAC SPA group. These sites are not subject to the privacy rules described on this page, and FIMAP SPA cannot provide any guarantee concerning their compliance with current regulations regarding the collection and safeguarding of personal data.

Legislative Decree 196/2003 - Art. 7: Right to access personal data, and other rights.
7[1] The person has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of personal data
        that concern him, even if such data are not yet registered,
        and to receive them in an intelligible form.
7[2] The person has the right to be informed of:
        a) the origin of the personal data;
        b) the processing method and aims;
        c) the logic applied if the processing is carried out with the aid of
            electronic tools;
        d) the essential information to identify the holder, the persons in charge of processing, and the appointed representative
            in accordance with art.5, paragraph 2;
        e) the subjects (or categories of subjects) to whom the personal data may be
            communicated, or who may be aware of it via their role as
            appointed representatives of the state, persons in charge, or delegated persons.
7[3] The person has the right to obtain:
        a) the updating, correction, or - when necessary - integration
            of the data;
        b) the cancellation, transformation in anonymous form, or blocking of data processed
            in breach of the law, including data that need not be kept
            for the scope indicated when they were collected or processed;
        c) the attestation that the operations in a) and b) have been communicated
            also in relation to their content) to those who are aware of the data, except where this is
            impossible or would involve an excessive use of means
            in proportion to the specific right in question.
7[4] The person has the right to fully or partially refuse:
        a) for legitimate reasons the processing of his personal data, even if
            they pertain to the scope of the data collection;
        b) the processing of his personal data for the purpose of forwarding
            advertising material or direct sales, or for market research and
            commercial information.