REGULATIONS REGARDING PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA (EU Regulation n.679/2016 – GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation)

The VESCOVI LAW FIRM (hereafter also "controller"), headquartered in Caravaggio, Via G.B. Carminati n.4 (VAT n°: 03896670167), as controller of data processing, in accordance with art.13 and 14 of the EU Regulation n.679/2016 regarding the protection of personal data ("GDPR") states the following:

This website respects and defends the privacy of its visitors and users, making every possible and appropriate effort not to infringe on the rights of users.

This privacy policy applies exclusively to the online activity of this site and its visitors/users.

The scope of the privacy policy is to give maximum transparency regarding the data gathered and used by this site.

1. Legal basis for data processing

This site processes data by consent: by using and/or consulting this site, visitors and users explicitly give advance approval of the present privacy policy and consent to the processing of their personal data in relation to the means and objectives described hereunder, including any sharing with third parties where needed to provide a service.

The supply of data and therefore the consent to gather and process the data are optional, users can refuse consent or revoke existing consent at any time. Notwithstanding, denial of consent can make it impossible to provide some services and the navigation experience of the site may be compromised.

2. Data collection and purpose

The supplier carries out data processing during business and commercial activities for purposes relating to the creation, management and execution of commercial relations. Specifically, the data supplied by the subjects will be processing mainly via computerised instruments for the following reasons:

-solely in an aggregated and anonymous form in order to verify the correct functioning of the site. None of this data is corelated to physical persons-site users, and their identification is not permitted in any way;

-for security reasons (antispam filters, firewalls, virus detection, …), the data automatically registered can possibly include personal data such as IP addresses, which may be used, in accordance with the regulations in force on this subject, for the purpose of blocking attempts to damage the site itself or to damage other users, or in any case other damaging activities or criminal actions. Such data is never used to identify or profile the user, nor is it cross-referenced with other data, nor supplied to third parties, but is used solely for the protection of the site and its users.

The data collected by the site during its operation is used solely for the purposes indicated above and stored for the time strictly needed to carry out precise activities. In any case personal dated detected by the site will never be supplied to third parties, unless there is a legitimate request by judicial authorities, solely in the cases set out by law and when necessary for security checks and site optimisation.

3. Cookies

This site uses cookies, small text files that permit the storage of data regarding the preferences of its visitors in order to improve site functionality, to simplify navigation by automating its processes and for site analysis.

- Technical cookies

Technical cookies are essential for navigating and/or providing the services requested by users, they are necessary for the correct functioning of the website. Without the use of such cookies, some operations cannot be carried out or would be more complex and/or less secure. Technical cookies do not require user consent, as they are essential for the correct operation of the website.

- Third party analytical cookies used as technical cookies

Third-party analytical cookies can be comparable to technical cookies only if used for the purposes of optimising the site by the controller of the same site, for gathering data in aggregated form on the number of users and on how they visit the site.

When they are used as technical cookies and when measures for anonymity are adopted as prescribed by the Regulatory Body, analytical cookies are essential to allow the site controller to improve the functionality of the same as well as the user experience while visiting it. Therefore, user consent is not required: the data processing controller has activated the anonymity feature of the IP address and used the data in aggregated form.

- How to show your choice regarding the cookies used by the site

Google Analytics (third-party analytical cookies used as technical cookies)

If you do not want your data to be used by Google Analytics, you can install an add-on component for your browser following the procedure described by Google at the addresses below:

The installation of this supplementary component blocks the JavaScript code of Google Analytics (ga.js, analytics.js e dc.js) operating on a website from sharing the information on your activity when visiting our site  with Google Analytics.

- Third party profiling cookies

These cookies are activated by clicking “Accept” on the information banner that appears when visitors begin using the website. Moreover, they may be disactivated via the browser settings in use. We remind you however that disabling technical or navigational cookies can cause the site to malfunction or make some features unavailable. Each browser presents different procedures for managing settings. Hereafter we provide links to the instructions for the most common browsers:

Internet Explorer:     

Google Chrome:       

Apple Safari:            

Mozilla Firefox:         

  1.  Buttons and widgets for social networks

Social buttons are buttons with the icons for social networks (Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, …) which allow users to click and interact directly with the social platforms.

The social buttons present on this site are links that connect to the accounts of the social networks indicated, and as such, third-party cookies are not installed on the site.

Regardless, here below are the links where users can see the privacy document relating to the management of data on the part of the social networks the buttons link to:





5. Transfer of data to non EU countries

This website may share part of the data processed with localised services beyond the EU. In particular, with Google, Facebook and Microsoft (LinkedIn), social plugins and the Google Analytics service. The transfer of data is authorised in accordance with specific deliberations of the European Union and the Italian Data Protection Authority, specifically regarding the decision n.1250/2016 (Privacy Shield – here the information sheet from the Italian Data Protection Authority), and so does not require further consent. The aforementioned companies ensure that they adhere to the Privacy Shield.

6. Security measures

This website treats user data in a legitimate and correct manner, adopting the appropriate security measures in order to impede unauthorised access, sharing, modification or unauthorised deletion of the data. Processing is handled by computer and/or telematic equipment, with organisational procedures and logistics strictly correlated to the aims given. In particular, the management software of the website is constantly updated and regularly scanned so as to verify the presence of any virus or dangerous code.

In addition to the data controller, in some cases, others may have access to the data, such as workers responsible for organising the website, administrative personal, sales people, marketeers, lawyers, system administrators or external subjects such as suppliers of third-party technical services, hosting provider, IT companies or communications agencies.

7. The rights of the user

According to EU Regulation n.679/2016 (GDPR), users can, in relation to the processing of the personal data here mentioned, exercise the following rights set out by (art. 15-21) including:

  • Receive confirmation of the existence of such data and access its content (right of access);
  • Update, change and/or correct such data (right of rectification);
  • Request the removal or restriction of the processing of their personal data in violation of the law including that which is not required to be stored for the scope for which the data was gathered or otherwise processed (right of removal and right of restriction);
  • Object to the processing of the data (right of objection);
  • Revoke permission, where granted, without prejudice as to the lawfulness of the data processing based on the permission given prior to revocation;
  • Appeal to the regulatory body (the Italian data protection authority ) in the case of a violation of the regulations for data protection;
  • Receive a copy of their own personal data in electronic format, when such data has been provided in the context of the contract, as well as request that such data be sent to another controller of the data processed (right to data portability).

To exercise these rights contact the controller by sending your request to the following address:




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