OMFB S.p.A. complies with the rules and the spirit of the Italian privacy law. This means that it protects the privacy of anyone dealing with OMFB S.p.A., be they employees, suppliers, customers, potential customers or just visitors to the web site
PROVIDING PERSONAL DATA
If a visitor to the web site decides to volunteer any information defined as personal by the Italian law D.L.G. 196/2003, this can only be done subject to the rules and procedures specified on the Site that comply with the aforementioned law D.L.G. 196/2003. Personal data are provided entirely at the discretion of each visitor to the Site. No record is kept of personal data provided on the OMFB S.p.A. Site unless visitors specifically authorize us to do so. To avoid any errors or misunderstandings, all recording of personal data can be done only after further, final confirmation by the visitor.
OMFB S.p.A. uses cookie technology to obtain statistical data on the use of its Site. A cookie is a small data element transmitted by the web site contacted and saved on the hard disk by the browser in your computer. The OMFB S.p.A. site traces the cookie’s path (what is called “click stream” activity, i.e. it records the path visitors to the site follow as they go from one page to another) without this activity being able to know the users accessing the site or identify them in any way, simply to collect statistical data on how the site is used, e.g. which pages are visited most, which pages are downloaded, etc. We wish to emphasize that none of this information is associated with you individually. Cookies do not capture your e-mail address or any other private information. The information obtained by tracing the cookies is only considered as a whole. OMFB S.p.A. also uses log files on the web server to count its visitors and assess the technical capacity of its Site. All this information is used to find out how many people visit the site, to organize the pages to make them as easily accessible as possible, to facilitate the visitor’s surfing of the Site and to make its pages more useful to visitors. We collect information on the traffic on the site, but not on single visitors. As a consequence, no record or use is made of any information relating to you in particular.
If, for any reason, you wish to send an e-mail to our Site, or if the Site prompts you to join a mailing list to receive a newsletter automatically on your computer, we emphasize that, in the event of any of these options involving our recording of your personal data, said recording of your personal data will always be done in compliance with the privacy law. As a consequence, no recording will be made without your explicit and reiterated approval.
As mentioned in the Notes, access to the Site requires that you accept all the rules specified therein. Therefore any user who accesses the Site tacitly accepts that any controversies deriving from access to the Site or relating to the Information or Objects contained on the Site shall come under Italian law. Moreover, the user agrees that the Law Courts of Brescia shall have exclusive cognizance for any such above-mentioned problems.