This « extended information disclosure », which updates and supplements any previous versions, has been drawn up and customised specifically for this website in accordance with the provisions of Article 13 of the European Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR), as well as the Provision of 8 May 2014 issued by the Italian Data Protection Authority, as amended and refined by the « Cookies and other tracking tools guidelines » of 10 June 2021.

It supplements and updates other existing policies available on the site or published by the company in the past and, along with such other policies, it provides the full information required by Art. 13 of European Regulation 2016/679, as well as any further Provisions from the Italian Data Protection Authority.


Important Notice

Please be advised that using this information disclosure, or any parts thereof, on other websites in relation to which it is not relevant and/or inaccurate and/or inconsistent, is punishable with heavy penalties by the Italian Data Protection Authority.


Purpose of the information disclosure

Our company uses tracking technologies in these web pages, using so-called “cookies”, to collect certain information about the user, including certain personal data. Consequently, the purpose of this information disclosure is to explain to the user in a clear and precise manner the purposes and methods of their use.

This document cancels and replaces any indications concerning cookies provided by the company in the past, which are therefore fully superseded.


Definition of “Cookie”

Cookies are text strings (small-size files) that websites sends to the users terminal logging onto the sites (“first parties”), or that other websites or web servers (“third parties”) store in a terminal device available to the user (PC, tablet, smart phone, etc.) when the user connects to it. Cookies are stored in the user’s terminal and sent back to that same site the next time that user connects to that site.


Cookies used by this website and their purposes

This website uses the following types of cookies:

  1. Technical cookies: they allow optimal, fast browsing through the website and efficient use of services and/or options offered by the site, for example enabling users to make a purchase or log in to access reserved areas. These cookies are necessary to improve the website usability and their use does not require the user’s consent.
  2. Analytics/statistics cookies: they are tools for collective and anonymous web analytics that make it possible to obtain information about how users use the website, how they got there, the number and duration of visits, etc. These cookies make it possible to improve the website, facilitating users access and processing statistics. These cookies are comparable to the technical cookies and their use does not require the user’s consent.
  3. Profiling/marketing cookies: these are tools that make it possible to create a detailed “profile” of the individual user, which is then used to send targeted advertising. In particular, every time the user enters the website, information is collected, through the study of behaviour within the individual pages visited, on user’s habits, tastes, favourite products, etc. This then allows our company to “catalogue” the user and show/send the user customised advertising. These cookies can only be used with the explicit consent of the user, who can make his or her choices via the banner and/or via the link that can be found in the footer of the website and that is also available at the bottom of this extended information disclosure.




Cookies installed by this website via “third parties”

The so-called “third-party” cookies are actually installed on the user’s terminal by third-party website administrators via this site, for the above-mentioned purposes.

When necessary, third-party “profiling” cookies used by this website are listed in detail in the link accessible from the website’s banner and footer, and it may also be listed at the bottom of this extended information disclosure, through which the user has the option to express his/her consent to the use of all or some profiling cookies.


Browser settings

Users may choose to configure their privacy settings relating to the use and installation of cookies in their browser at any time by following the relevant instructions.

In particular, users may activate the so-called “private browsing” to prevent their browsers from saving the browsing history of sites they have visited, any passwords they have entered, cookies and other information on the pages visited.

If a user chooses to disable all cookies (including technical cookies), the quality and speed of the services offered in this website may worsen significantly and the user may be unable to access certain sections of the site.


Legal basis for data processing

For technical and analytics cookies, processing is necessary to optimise the user’s navigation of the site and enable him/her to easily use the services requested.

For profiling cookies, the legal basis is the optional consent provided by the user, which can be revoked in full and/or changed at any time.


Revocation or modification of consent

The user may revoke and/or change his or her choices at any time by accessing the link that can be found in the footer of the website, as well as at the end of this extended information disclosure.


Recipients or categories of recipients of personal data

Data may be disclosed to third parties only in order to fulfil legal obligations, as well as to fulfil the user’s selections and/or possible requests. Your data shall not be disseminated under any circumstances whatsoever.


Persons authorised to process personal data

The data will be processed solely by duly authorised and designated personnel.


Rights of the Data Subject

The user enjoys all the rights set out in the European Regulation, such as the right to request access to and amendment of personal data, their erasure, restriction of processing, the right to object to their processing, as well as the right to data portability. The user also has the right to lodge a complaint, or to report to the Supervisory Authority, which can be identified in the Italian Data Protection Authority, or to appeal to the Judicial Authority.





Transfer to third-party countries

Any transfer of personal data to a third country outside the European Union, or to an international organisation, will take place on the basis of a suitability assessment by the Commission or, in the case of transfers referred to in articles 46, 47 or 49, second paragraph, of the European Regulation, on the basis of appropriate safeguards.


Data retention period

Data shall be kept for the period strictly necessary to meet the requests of the data subject, or in accordance with the provisions of the current legislation.

In particular, profiling cookies will be retained for a maximum of six months after collection, after which they will be deleted or anonymised, unless data retention for a longer period is necessary to comply with legal requirements, or to follow up on inspections, investigations, litigation or similar purposes.


Data Controller

The Data Controller is the company Caprari S.p.A., with registered office in Modena (MO), Italy, at Via Emilia Ovest no. 900.


Data protection officer

Data protection officer (DPO): the data protection officer is Mr. Juri Torreggiani, with office located in Reggio Emilia, Via Piccard no. 16/G, Tel. +39/0522/301169, Fax +39/0522/387996: any request for clarification or information may be addressed to this person.


This information disclosure may be supplemented, verbally or in writing, with additional data and indications as to better respond to any enquiry you may submit concerning “Privacy” matters and to comply with changing law and regulations.



This document was updated on: 12/09/2022