Privacy Policy

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Milena – Association for Cardiomyopathies NPO NGO ensures the processing of your personal data via electronic mail, or electronic forms, in accordance with Article 13 LD No. 196 of 2003 concerning the protection of personal data.

On the website there are no pages that require authentication or forms that provide for the compilation of fields containing personal information except for the form in the Contacts page. The sender’s email address is not published and is not communicated to third parties.

Milena – Association for Cardiomyopathies NPO NGO, with registered office in Piazza dei Vespri Siciliani 17, 00162 Rome, Italy, in the person of the Chairman and current legal representative, is the owner of the data processing. The person in charge of the data processing is Dr. Elisabetta Zachara, whom you will be entitled to contact, at the address indicated above, in order to exercise the rights granted by Article 7 of Legislative Decree No. 196 of 2003, including the rights to review, change, cancel, object to the processing of your personal data and to request the updated list of other persons in charge.

 

Cookie policy

The website www.associazionemilena.org uses cookies to improve your browsing experience, and to collect, in anonymous form, data on use of the website by users (for example: most viewed pages, channels of origin of traffic…) that allow us to provide the our visitors with content of interest.

To ensure the highest transparency towards users and in compliance with the instructions given by the Italian Data Protection Authority (DPA), we have created this cookie policy that explains to users of the website what are cookies, how we use them and the available methods to deactivate them on your navigation device.

We remind you that by pressing the ACCEPT button present on the alert concerning the use of cookies or by interacting with the website (e.g., by scrolling down the page or by following the links in the pages), you confirm that you wish to use this website in the knowledge that we use cookies described below.

At the bottom of this document you will find the date of the latest version. This document may be updated at any time, on the basis of the technical and functional updates that we may make on this website; these updates will be valid from the date of their publication on this website.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a text file that is sent from a website to an electronic device (such as computer, tablet and smartphone) used by the user to view it. A cookie is saved on a user’s device for a set period of time (it can vary from a few minutes up to several months) and can be read from the website that sent it. A cookie contains information on the website that sent it and on specific information saved by single cookies.

There are different types of cookies with different functions.

Technical cookies are needed for the proper functioning of the website. Those cookies are used for navigation or to provide a service requested by the user and are not used for further purposes.

Profiling cookies are used to gather information about the user to create a profile on his/her tastes, habits, choices. Is information that can be used for example to transmit to the user terminal advertising messages in line with the preferences already expressed by the same user in the online navigation.

Analytical cookies are used to obtain information on the use of the website (such as  pages visited, length of visit, the source channels of users). This information is collected anonymously and analysed in aggregate form.

Third-party cookies: by using our website, it is possible that some cookies not controlled by us are saved. These cookies do not contain personal information, unless you have logged into an account of the corresponding service. Third-party cookies may originate for example by: Google Analytics.

In our website we use:

  • technical cookies that require the users´ prior consent
  • analytical cookies of third party – Google Analitycs – set up to collect data anonymously, treated as technical cookies as expected by the Italian cookie law of May 8, 2014 of the Guarantor for the protection of personal data.

To know more see the page of Google Analytics.

What to do if you do not want cookies?

It is possible at any time to delete cookies, deactivate them from the browser and to surf anonymously. To change your cookie settings on your browser, refer to the instructions given on the relevant guides and support pages.

This site uses navigation data collection of Google Analitycs and user IPs are made anonymous