For the intents and purposes of Italian Decree Law n. 196, art 13 of 30 June 2003, (Data Protection Law), Ynnova s.r.l., in its capacity of owner of the data processing, is required to provide users with all the information about the processing of personal data.

Data area, type, collection and processing

Ynnova s.r.l.  considers users’ privacy to be of utmost importance and is committed to protecting the security of users’ personal information.

The present privacy policy describes how the website linked to the URL (hereinafter “website”) gathers and processes users’ data.

By accessing the website, users give their consent to the collection and processing of their personal data, in compliance with the methods detailed in the present privacy policy.


The present privacy policy is only applicable to Ynnova s.r.l.’s website accessible via the Internet by the URL, and shall not be considered applicable for any other website users may access via dynamic links;

Ynnova s.r.l. does not own and does not intend to acquire and/or to process users’ personal data which are defined by the law as “sensitive” or “judicial” data as per art 4, lett. D) and lett. E) of Italian Decree Law n. 196, art 13 of 30 June2003.

Collected and processed data may be as follows:

Data voluntarily provided by users.

It is up to users to decide whether to provide their data to the owner of the data processing.

The optional, explicit and voluntary transmission to Ynnova s.r.l., of personal data, email address and/or the optional, explicit and voluntary filling out of online forms, in the website, in order to send requests aiming at using our services or at receiving our offers, advertising material, quotes and supply of goods and/or services, complaints reporting etc., it involves the company acquisition of the coordinates of the sender address, and of all the other personal data included in the message and/or in the web form.


Navigation/web surfing data. Information systems and software procedures running the website functioning acquire, during normal activities, some personal data the transmission of which is implied in the use of communication internet protocols.

The above-mentioned information is not collected in order to be associated to identified individuals, though for its inner nature, through processing and associations with third parties’ data, may allow users’ identification.

The aforesaid category includes IP addresses or domain names of computers connecting to the website, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of requested resources, date and time of the request, any other parameter involving users’ operating system and their IT environment, etc…

With regard to IP address acquisition, it is a number automatically assigned to user’s personal computer when the internet connection is due through an internet provider or through any company network which uses the same communication protocols.

The IP address is used by information systems to send the requested pages during the web surfing activity; the IP address can not be directly associated, by Ynnova s.r.l., to a specific individual as it is dynamically assigned by each own Internet Provider or it is hidden by company firewall devices.


IP addresses are therefore anonymous data, as it is not easy to associate them to a specific person, and the traffic data is only used in order to extract anonymous statistic information regarding the website use and in order to monitor the website proper functioning; they may be also used in order to ascertain responsibilities in case of hypothetical IT crimes jeopardizing the website security;

The personal data connected to web services provided by the website, which is physically hosted by Widestore Srl company, is managed in the offices of the company that owns the data processing, by using manual procedures (such as paper forms) and/or by using electronic and/or ICT tools.

Specific safety measures are taken to prevent data loss, illicit or incorrect uses and unauthorised accesses.

Personal data are managed with the only purpose of:

executing the requested service or performance;

Carrying out marketing activities by dispatching, also via email and/or telefax communications, promotional and advertising material, commercial communications, and any offer related to our company.

Should users refuse to provide personal data and/or should the provided data be inaccurate and /or incomplete for the purposes above indicated at point 1, it could be impossible for the company to satisfy users’ request when these data is necessary. The processing of personal data does not require the expression of the consent.

The provision of personal data, for the purposes as at point 2), has to be considered optional and for this reason, in case of users’ refusal, there will be no consequences except the impossibility to carry out initiatives aiming at improving our services.

The processing of related personal data requires the expression of consent.

Users’ personal data is communicated to third parties only if necessary to this purpose.

Given the communications sent to fulfill obligations under laws, regulations and community rules, collected data can be notified to subjects or categories of subjects such as: Authorities and Public Institutions, ICT consulting services companies and enterprises, external consultants and/or companies providing services and consultancy (i.e. in accounting, financial, legal and any other area).

any other supplier of goods and/or services needed in order to satisfy users’ requests, any other transport company;

any subject who has the rights to access the data as per law or secondary regulations;

The categories of subjects in charge of the data processing, that are entitled to be acquainted with users’ personal data, in the performance of their duties and in line with instructions received, are identified with the internal staff and/or any of our partner specifically authorized to process the data in order to achieve the above-mentioned purposes or to handle the maintenance of the IT system;
users’ personal data will not be disclosed;
Users’ personal data can be disclosed in order to investigate, prevent or take legal action in case of illicit activities, suspected fraud, situations involving potential threats to people physical safety, breach of terms and conditions of our Website or in any other case requested by authorities.


Users’ rights

For the intents and purposes of Italian Decree Law n. 196, art 7 of 30 June 2003, users to which personal data refers, are entitled, at any time, to obtain the confirmation of the existence of the aforesaid data and to know their origin and contents, to verify the precision or to ask their integration or upgrade, or correction.

The aforesaid article also entitles users to ask the cancellation, the anonymization or the blocking of data processed in breach of law, as well as to object, on legitimate grounds, the processing of personal data.

For the exercise of your rights, as well as for more detailed information about the subjects or categories of subjects to whom the data are communicated or who are acquainted with data, in their capacity of Managers and / or Employees, you can contact the Data Holder by sending your request through written communication addressed to

Ynnova s.r.l.

Via dell’Industria, 1 Arzergrande (PD)

or via email at

Tel. +39 049 583 0062

P.IVA 04654210287


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