According to the rules of the Regulations, the processing carried out by Datalogic will be based on the principles of lawfulness, correctness, transparency, purpose and retention limitations, data minimisation, accuracy, integrity and confidentiality.
The holder of the processing carried out through the Site is Datalogic as defined above. For any information concerning the processing of personal data by Datalogic, including the list of data processors who process data, you can write to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the navigation of the Site, we inform you that Datalogic will process personal data that may consist of an identifier such as the name, an identification number, an online ID or one or more elements characteristic of your physical, physiological, psychological, economic, cultural or social identity suitable to make the interested party identified or identifiable (hereafter only "Personal Data ").
The Personal Data processed through the Site are as follows:
During their normal operation, the computer systems and software procedures used to operate this Site acquire certain personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of internet communication protocols.This information is not collected with the intention of linking it to an identifiable user, but, by its own very nature, could lead to the identification of users by processing it in association with data held by third parties.This category of data includes IP addresses or domain names of computers used by persons who connect to the site, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) of requested resources, the time of request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file received in reply, the numerical code indicating the status of the reply given by the server (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters regarding the user's operating system and computer environment.These data are only used to obtain anonymous statistical information about website usage and to check its correct functioning; they are deleted immediately after processing. The data could be used to ascertain responsibility in case of hypothetical computer crimes against the website: currently, except for this possibility, data concerning web contacts are not kept for more than seven days.
In the use of the "Work with us/Job Offers" section of the Site, personal data may be entered in the category of Personal Data referred to in art. 9 of the Regulations, the "data [...] suitable to reveal the racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical convictions, or union membership, as well as to process genetic data, biometric data intended to uniquely identify a natural person, data relating to the health or sexual life or sexual orientation of the person".We invite you not to publish these data unless strictly necessary.In fact, we remind you that in the event of the transmission of special categories of Personal Data, but in the absence of specific manifestation of consent to process such data (eventuality that obviously allows you to send a curriculum vitae), Datalogic cannot be held responsible for any claim, nor can receive any kind of complaints, because in this case the processing will be allowed as the subject data were made manifestly public by the interested party, in accordance with art. 9(1)(e) of the Regulations.However, we specify the importance, as already indicated above - of declaring your explicit consent to the processing of the special categories of Personal Data, where you decide to share such information.
We also inform you that, for the purposes of selection, Datalogic may analyse the professional social profiles you have freely made available on the Internet (eg LinkedIn).
In the use of some Site Services, Personal Data may be processed by third parties sent by you to Datalogic.With respect to these hypotheses, you are the independent data controller, assuming all the legal obligations and responsibilities.In this sense, you are conferred with the widest indemnity with respect to any objection, claim, request for compensation for damage from processing, etc. that should reach the owner from third parties whose personal data have been processed through your spontaneous submission in violation of the rules on the protection of applicable personal data.In any case, if you provide or otherwise process Personal Data of third parties in the use of the Site, you guarantee from now on - assuming all related liability - that this particular hypothesis of processing is based on an appropriate legal basis pursuant to art. 6 of the Regulations that legitimises the processing of the information in question.
Definitions, characteristics and application of the legislation
There are various types of cookies, depending on their characteristics and functions, and these can remain in the user's computer or mobile device for different periods of time: so-called session cookies, which are automatically deleted when the browser is closed; so-called persistent cookies, which remain on the user's equipment until a predetermined deadline.
For "profiling cookies", on the other hand, namely those aimed at creating profiles related to the user and used to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the same in the context of surfing the net, a prior consent of the user is required.
Types of cookies used by the Site and the possibility of (de)selection
The Site uses the following cookies that can be deselected, except for third-party cookies for which they must refer directly to the relative methods of selection and deselection of the respective cookies, indicated by means of links:
ATTENTION: by disabling technical and/or functional cookies, the Site may not be available or certain services or certain functions of the Site may be unavailable or may not work properly, and the user may be forced to change or manually enter certain information or preferences every time they visit the Site.
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In detail, the cookies sent by Datalogic through the site are shown below:
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You can block or delete (in whole or in part) technical and functional cookies through the specific functions of your browser.We inform you, however, that not allowing technical cookies may make it impossible to use the site, view the contents and take advantage of the related services.Inhibiting cookies of functionality could mean that some services or certain functions of the Site are not available or do not work properly and the user may be forced to change or manually enter some information or preferences each time they visit the Site.
The choices made in reference to cookies on the Site will be in turn registered in a special cookie.This cookie may, however, in some circumstances not work properly: in such cases, we advise you to delete unwanted cookies and to inhibit their use through the functionality of your browsers.
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The processing we intend to carry out, with your specific consent where necessary, has the following purposes:
a. To allow the provision of the Services requested by you, namely:
b. To respond to requests for assistance or information;
c. To analyse the CVs and recontact the candidates who submitted their application through the "Work with us" section;
d. To fulfil any legal, accounting and tax obligations.
The legal basis for processing Personal Data for the purposes set out in Section 3 (a-b-c) is art. 6(1)(b) of the Regulations as the processing is necessary for the provision of the Services or for the response to requests from the interested party.The provision of Personal Data for these purposes is optional, but failure to provide it would make it impossible to activate the Services provided by the Site, find requests or evaluate CVs.With specific reference to the purpose 3.c and the related analysis of the professional social profiles freely available on the Internet as per section 2.b, the legal basis of the processing is art. 6(1)(f) of the Regulations, that is, the legitimate interest of Datalogic to verify any risks on the suitability of the candidate to cover the specific open position.
The purpose set out in section 3.d represents a legitimate processing of Personal Data pursuant to art. 6(1)(c) of the Regulations.Once the Personal Data have been provided, the processing is indeed necessary to fulfil a legal obligation to which Datalogic is subject.
Your Personal Data may be shared, for the purposes referred to in Section 3 above, with:
a. Subjects that typically act as data controllers, that is: i) persons, companies or professional firms that provide Datalogic assistance and advice in accounting, administrative, legal, tax, financial and credit recovery matters relating to the provision of the Services; ii) subjects with whom it is necessary to interact for the provision of the Services (for example hosting providers) or iii) subjects delegated to perform technical maintenance activities (including maintenance of network equipment and electronic communications networks); (collectively "Recipients");
b. Subjects, bodies or authorities to whom it is mandatory to communicate your personal data in accordance with the provisions of law or orders of the authorities;
c. Persons authorised by Datalogic to process Personal Data necessary to carry out activities strictly related to the provision of the Services, whether they are committed to confidentiality or have an adequate legal obligation of confidentiality, as well as employees of other companies of the group (eg employees of Datalogic Srl).
Some of your Personal Data may eventually be disseminated via publication on the Site for the purposes set out in section 3.a.iv)
Some of your Personal Data are shared with Recipients that could be located outside the European Economic Area.Datalogic ensures that the processing of your Personal Data by these Recipients takes place in compliance with the Regulations.Indeed, transfers can be based on an adequacy decision, on the Standard Contractual Clauses approved by the European Commission or on another appropriate legal basis.Further information is available at Datalogic by writing to the following address: email@example.com
Personal Data processed for the purposes set out in section 3(a-b) will be kept for the time strictly necessary to achieve those same purposes.In any case, since this is processing carried out for the provision of Services, Datalogic will process the Personal Data up to the time allowed by Italian law to protect its own interests (Article 2946 of the Italian Civil Code).With regard to the CVs transmitted through the "Work with us" form referred to in section 3.c, Personal Data will be kept as long as the position for which the CV was sent is available or, in the case of a spontaneous application, up to 1 year.The possibility for Datalogic to contact the candidate shortly before the deadline indicated to request an extension of this retention period is reserved.
Personal Data processed for the purposes set out in section 3.d will be kept until the time required by the specific obligation or applicable law.
Further information about the data retention period and the criteria used to determine this period can be requested by writing to Datalogic at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pursuant to articles 15 and following of the Regulations, you have the right to ask Datalogic, at any time, for access to your Personal Data, to rectify or cancel them or to oppose their processing, have the right to request the limitation of the processing in the cases foreseen by art.18 of the Regulations, and to obtain them in a structured, commonly-used format which can be read by automated data concerning them, in the cases provided for by art.20 of the Regulations.
Requests must be sent in writing to Datalogic at the following address:Datalogic S.p.A.Via Candini 2, 40012 Lippo di Calderara di Reno (BO).
In any case, you are always entitled to submit a complaint to the competent Supervisory Authority (Guarantor for the Protection of Personal Data), pursuant to art.77 of the Regulations, if you believe that the processing of your Personal Data is contrary to the law in force.