Following consultation of this site, data relating to identified or identifiable persons
may be processed.
This page provides information on how your personal data are managed on our website.
Pursuant to art. 13 of the EU Regulation 2016/679, this info is provided to those who interact with web services accessible from the URI (Uniform Resource Indicator) www.abbl-bergamo.org, corresponding to the home page of the website of the Associazione Bergamasca Bridge Loreto (ABBL) and not for other websites that may be visited by the user through links.
Data controller. The data controller of personal data, being the person who determines the method and purpose of data processing, is:
Associazione Bergamasca Bridge Loreto, with registerd office in via Buelli 23, 24035 Curno BG, Italy
tel. 035-614812, e-mail: email@example.com
Italian fiscal Code 95105690168.
Legal basis for data processing
The data is processed on the basis of the user's consent. The users acknowledge that the use of this website implies the processing of their, direct or indirect, personal data. Data are collected through the website www.abbl-bergamo.org
Without prejudice to what is specified below for each type of data processed, the granting of consent takes place through clicking on the cookie banner or through the navigation of the site itself (to be understood as a conclusive behavior).
Types of data processed and purposes of the processing
1. Browsing data
The computer systems and software that operate this website may gather, during their normal operation, some personal data obtained by Internet communication protocols.
The information collected is not associated with specific individuals, but by its very nature could, through processing and associating data held by third parties, could lead to user identification.
This category of data includes: the IP addresses or domain names of the computers which connect to the website, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of the requested resources, the time at which the request is made, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained as an answer, the numeric code indicating the status of the answer given by the server (positive, error, etc.) and other parameters involving the users' operating system and the user's IT environment.
These data, necessary for the use of the website, are solely used for the purpose of retrieving anonymous statistical information involving the use of the website and to check its correct functioning.
The data may also be used to investigate any responsibility in case of hypothetical IT crimes performed against the site.
Cookies are small files that web browser can transfer to your computer or your mobile device and are used to store information for several purposes.
Your visit to one or more pages of our website can generate the following kinds of cookies:
• Technical cookies, essential for a fully functional website
Technical cookies include session cookies and persistent cookies whose use is strictly limited to the transmission of session identifiers (consisting of random numbers generated by the server) necessary for a safe and efficient browsing of the website.
The session cookies and persistent cookies used in this site avoid using other IT techniques that may compromise the confidential nature of the users' browsing activities and do not allow the acquisition of personal data identifying the user.
Session cookies are not permanently stored on the users' device and expire as soon as the users close their browser.
Persistent cookies, on the contrary, can be deleted once browsing has ended by following the procedure provided for by the browser in use, as described later, in the "Cookie management" section.
• Cookies for aggregate analysis
These cookies anonymously collect information on how the website is used (IP addresses included) and this information will be stored on Aruba servers with the purpose of tracing and evaluating the use of the website, compiling reports and providing other services relating to site activities.
These cookies are used for statistical purposes only and gather information in aggregate form.
• Third party cookies
Third party cookies are transmitted and stored on your device by a websites other than the one you are currently visiting and are dealt with by other parties or organisations (other than ABBL).
Browsing of our website does not involve the installation of third-party cookies. However it is important to notice that on some pages there may be links to several social networks (eg. Facebook) and/or to other websites which, if visited, could lead to the installation of cookies by third parties.
Users can anyway disable third-party cookies by accessing the privacy settings of their browser.
For more information on how to disable third-party cookies on your device, please refer to the web pages mentioned in the next section.
The user can set their browser so as to be warned of the presence of cookies and than to decide whether to accept them or not, or even so that the browser automatically rejects all cookies or some of them.
For more information about cookie management on your device, please visit the following webpages:
• for Google Chrome
• for Mozilla Firefox
• for Microsoft Edge
• for Safari; and for MAC and iOs
Should you decide to reject cookies, please be informed that some features of the website may no longer be used, in whole or in part.
By using the site without rejecting the cookies, users give their consent to the transmission and installation of cookies, it being understood that the information given above regarding the acceptance or refusal of each type of cookie remains valid.
Methods of data processing and how long they are stored
The processing of data will take place through paper, electronic and/or computerized tools, both in automated and/or manual form, by using criteria strictly related to the above-mentioned purposes and by adopting all the necessary security measures.
TData will be stored for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected and subsequentely used, except for what otherwise stated for those data processed for the request of specific services.
The site does not provide for any collection of personal data.
Recipients of the data
The collected data may be disclosed to the following categories:
• Members, associates and people registered with the Bergamo Bridge Loreto Association;
• Subjects who offer services for the purposes above mentioned, such as, but not limited to, professional offices, suppliers or consultants of marketing and analysis services or assistance and advice services;
• Subjects providing services for the management and/or maintenance of the IT system, communication networks and the electronic and/or telematic tools of our Association (including web hosting, Dropbox storage and e-mails);
• Competent authorities for the performance of law obligations and/or provisions of public bodies, upon request.
Transfer of data to Extra EU Countries
For the pursuit of the aforementioned purposes, your personal data may be transferred abroad, to non EU countries/organisations as well.
In this case, these countries guarantee a level of personal data protection deemed appropriate by the European Commission.
In any case, the Recipient is contractually obliged to adopt specific security measures to ensure an adequate level of data protection, comparable to what foreseen by art. 44 et seq. of the European Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR).
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