Privacy e Cookie Policy

This notice is given in accordance to EU Directive 2016/679 (hereafter called Regulation) and to the Italian Personal Data Protection Code, except for those parts that have been repealed by the above mentioned Regulation, for those who interact with the web services available through the website www.oystersin.com.
This notice is valid solely for the website www.oystersin.com and not for other websites that may be accessed via links from the above mentioned website.
Regarding the handling of personal data, notice is given that the data holder is Oystersin S.r.l., based in Via Tenivelli, 29, 10024 Moncalieri (TO, Italy); the manager is Mr Sergio Momo (Chief Security Officer).
We also confirm that, as data holder and in line with the provisions of the Regulation, Oystersin S.r.l. keeps a record of data processing operations under its own responsibility and under the CSO’s supervision, after carrying out an impact assessment on data protection.
The processing of the personal data provided by the user has the purpose of implementing and managing the current contract, as well as complying with all the relevant legal, administrative, and fiscal obligations.The processing of data for the above mentioned purposes is carried out both electronically and manually, via computer or on paper supports. In any case, all the identifying and fiscal data collected from the users, together with other relevant information, such as direct debit and bank account details, are collected, registered, processed and saved for the sole purpose of the exercise of rights and the compliance with obligations arising from the provision of the service and/or according to the law.The provision of personal data concerning all the above mentioned is compulsory, as it is necessary to implement the contract and to comply with administrative and fiscal obligations.
Any partial or full refusal to provide or update such data may prevent the correct implementation of the contract or the compliance with legal obligations.
The personal data related to compulsory data treatment will be communicated, for the part that concerns them, to the public bodies and to the organisations entitled to handle them, either legally, contractually, or for the purpose of complying with the obligations towards the user.
The data will be stored by the data handler or by third parties, ensuring all precautionary measures regarding data security and confidentiality. Such data will be recorded and stored in a protected electronic archive and will be handled with the utmost confidentiality through manual, digital and electronic tools, with full respect for the law and by taking all precautionary measures regarding data security and confidentiality. The execution of processing operations may involve the need to communicate the data to authorised persons appointed as manager, controller or data holder. These persons may belong to the company, such as personnel or collaborators, or to external organisations and companies.The person to whom the data refer to may at any time request to search and delete his/her own data; specifically, the interested party can exercise his or her own rights pursuant to applicable laws, namely:ask for confirmation about the existence of personal data concerning him/her, even if as yet unrecorded, and for their communication in an intelligible form;

  • ask for information about the following:
  1. the source of personal data;
  2. the purposes and the methods of data processing;
  3. the logic applied should the processing be made with the aid of electronic instruments;
  4. the main data concerning the data holder, controller or appointed manager, pursuant to Article 2, paragraph 2;
  5. the parties or the categories of parties to whom the personal data can be disclosed, or who can acquire knowledge thereof as appointed representatives in the national territory, as controllers or delegates.
  • ask for the updating, correction or, if interested therein, integration of the data;
  • exercise the right to search and ask for the amendment, cancellation, transformation into anonymous form, or blocking of the data processed in breach of the law, including the data whose storage is not necessary for the purposes for which they have been collected and subsequently processed;
  • ask for the certification that the operations to which points a) and b) apply have been notified, also regarding their content, to the recipients of such data, except when such notification is impossible or involves the use of means clearly disproportionate to the right that is to be protected. The interested party has the right to object to the processing of personal data, even if pertinent to the purpose of their collection, for legitimate reasons;
  • object and exercise the right to be forgotten, namely, the right of the interested party to request that his/her personal data should be cancelled and cease to be processed if no longer necessary for the purposes of their collection, or subsequently to withdrawal of consent, or subsequently to the objection to the processing of personal data, or when the processing of personal data does not comply with the Regulation; exercise the right to data portability, whereby the interested party has the right to acquire his/her personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, or in any case exercise all the rights he or she is entitled to according to the Regulation.
    The data manager uses first-part “cookies”, that is, persistent files placed on your computer. Such cookies are kept in your database even after your internet browser has been closed, and can be read by the site that created them on your subsequent access. The information created by the cookie on how the website has been used will be transferred and kept on our servers. Our website uses the information in order to track and analyse how you use the site, to compile activity reports on behalf of the website operators and to provide further services related to our website activities and internet usage.
    Technical cookies are used, which include both persistent and session cookies. The latter are always sent by our web domain, as they are necessary for the correct functioning of some areas of our website, e,g, in order to save shopping cart items, product preferences and input data.
    When visiting a website, it is possible to receive cookies both from the visited site (first-part cookies) and from other websites (third-part cookies). These refer to parts of the visited page generated by the above mentioned websites and embedded on the hosting website: they include Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and Instagram social plugins.The most common use for these social plugins is to allow users to share contents on social networks. These plugins generate the transmission of cookies to/from all the websites managed by third-parties. The management of the information gathered by third-parties is covered by specific regulations, which you are kindly requested to read. In order to ensure better transparency and for your own convenience, please click on the following links to consult the information pages of some of the most popular social networks, and read about their cookie policy:

Facebook policy: https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/

Twitter policy: https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170514

Google+ policy: http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/cookies/

Pinterest policy: https://about.pinterest.com/it/privacy-policy

Instagram policy: https://instagram.com/about/legal/privacy/

There are also analytics cookies which are used to gather information on website usage, in order to run statistical analyses, to improve and simplify website use, and to monitor its correct functioning. This kind of cookie gathers information anonymously on website users’ activities, on how they have come to visit the website and on visited pages.
Each user can decide whether to accept cookies by using their own browser settings.
Partially or totally disabling cookies can prevent the correct functioning of the website for registered users. On the other hand, one can still access the content available to non-registered users, even by totally disabling cookies. Disabling third-party cookies does not hinder browsing at all.
For further information, please refer to the following links on managing cookies in some of the most popular browsers:

Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=it

Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/it/kb/Gestione%20dei%20cookie

Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/windows7/how-to-manage-cookies-in-internet-explorer-9

Opera: http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.00/it/cookies.html

Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1677?viewlocale=it_IT