About the GDPRLast updated 24-5-2019
The European regulations approved on April 27, 2016, which will be applicable as of May 25, 2018, give citizens greater protection before companies located inside and outside the European Union.
Since we have nothing to hide in reference to your privacy and we want your virtual trip through this infamous world to be as safe as possible, we write the list so that you know the scope of this GDPR as far as rights are concerned.
Know that you have the right:
· To know what they use their data for. (Who has them, why do they have them, to whom/who can assign them, who are their recipients).
· To know until when your data will be used.
· To know that you can file a claim with the data protection agency of your country.
· To know the existence of automated decisions, the elaboration of profiles and their consequences.
· To ask the person responsible for the suspension of the processing of their data if it challenges the accuracy of the data, while verifying that accuracy on the part of the person responsible.
· To ask the responsible party for the suspension of the processing of their data if they have exercised their right of opposition to the data processing, while verifying if the legitimate reasons of the responsible party prevail over your rights.
· To ask the person responsible for the preservation of their data if the treatment is illegal and opposes the deletion of the data requesting the limitation of its use.
· To ask the person responsible for the preservation of their data if the data is needed for the formulation, exercise or defense of claims.
· To ask the responsible party for the portability of their data to other service providers in a structured format, for common use and mechanical reading, provided that it is technically possible for their portability and when they have used / treated them with your consent or because there is a contract.
· To rectify your data when they are inaccurate and/or when they are incomplete.
· To delete your data due to illicit data processing.
· To suppress your data due to the disappearance of the purpose that motivated the treatment or collection.
· To suppress your data when you revoke your consent.
· To suppress your data when you object to being treated.
In addition, you have the right:
· Opposition to the processing of your data for personal reasons unless the person treating your data proves a legitimate interest.
· Opposition to the processing of your data when the treatment is aimed at direct marketing.
For more information about the right of citizens since the implementation of the GDPR, visit the official website of the European Union
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In all the sections devoted to the privacy of most sites you can read: “In order to provide the best service and to facilitate the use, the number of pages visited, the number of visits, the activity of the visitors and their frequency of use are analyzed”. So far, the speech is very beautiful. For these purposes, this website uses the statistical information generated with Google Analytics. Browsing this web, allows Google Analytics to collect data about your traffic using source cookies. Visit next link if you want to learn more about it. On the other hand, if you wish, you can also use the Google Analytics Disabled Browser Add-on.
The cookies and their data
Defined and understood the purpose of the cookie, as regards this website, yottaByte just use:
· Google Analytics to have a global and statistical information of its use.
· Other Google services such as Adsense and Adwords.
Google Analytics mainly uses source cookies to report on the interactions of users on the website. These cookies are used to store non-personal identification information. Browsers don’t share originating cookies through different domains.
Cookies (from Google Analytics)
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The __cfduid cookie is used to identify individual clients behind a shared IP address and apply security settings on a per-client basis.
For example, if a visitor is in a coffee shop where there may be several infected machines, but the specific visitor’s machine is trusted (for example, because they completed a challenge within your Challenge Passage period), the cookie allows Cloudflare to identify that client and not challenge them again. It does not correspond to any user ID in your web application, and does not store any personally identifiable information.
This cookie is absolutely necessary for supporting Cloudflare’s security features and cannot be turned off.
This website contains links to third-party websites, whose privacy policies are alien to the Di Ronco Industries website. By accessing them, you can decide whether or not to accept their privacy and cookies policies. Generally, if you browse the Internet you can accept or reject third-party cookies from the configuration options of your preferred browser.
Of course, don’t rule out finding third-party cookies, your browser surely has them. When in doubt, you can erase them.
On the other hand and to end this matter, it may be very obvious for some and very complicated for others, you don’t have to take for obvious things that you don’t understand but you must know that there is a European law that obliges site owners webs inform the user by means of a persistent warning of the existence of cookies and the privacy policies.
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When this policy applies:
The information practices of other companies and organizations that advertise our services
Services offered by other companies or individuals, or be linked from our services.
Changes to this policy