Privacy disclosure

Privacy disclosure

Privacy disclosure

Art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003

1. Introduction
This disclosure is provided pursuant to and in accordance with art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003 for the purpose of informing users of the website (hereinafter, the “Site”) of the processing of their personal data conducted during their browsing.

This disclosure shall not apply to the processing of personal data that occurs as a result of browsing on websites and social networks which the Data controller of this Site is not a Data controller of and which, nonetheless, it is possible to access through links on the pages of this Site. The Data controller has no power of control over said websites and social networks mentioned, and therefore shall not be held liable in any way for the processing of personal data that occurs through the same. Users should review the privacy policy of each website and each social network before browsing them.

2.Data controller and processor
The Data controller is the Perani Pozzi Associati Law Firm, with headquarters in Piazza A. Diaz 7, Milan, Italy, +39 02-4390239,

The complete list of data processors can be requested by sending an email to

3.Methods and purposes of processing
3.1 Browsing data, referrers and environmental variables
The IT systems set up to ensure the correct operation of the Site could acquire certain data whose processing is a general element of internet communication protocols. This data, if collected, could be used for the sole purpose of obtaining statistical information and checking the correct operation of the Site.
This category of data includes, by way of example, the IP addresses of the devices of parties accessing the Site, the number of accesses, the pages viewed and the date viewed, the type of browser used or the operating system.

3.2 Cookies
Cookies are small text files placed by a website on the user’s device, through the browser, which record certain information regarding the user’s browsing of the internet. If cookies are not disabled or deleted, they are transmitted to the Site that installed them each time the user returns to the Site or to third parties.
The Site uses only technical and analytics cookies, for the purpose of obtaining statistical information.

3.2.1 Analytics cookies
Google Analytics – Google Analytics cookies are third party cookies used for the statistical monitoring of activities carried out on the Site. Google Analytics uses cookies that do not store personal data. The information that can be collected by the cookies on the use of the Site by users will be transmitted by the user’s browser to Google Inc, with headquarters at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States, and stored on that company’s servers.
The Data controller notes that tools have been implemented that reduce the identification ability of the cookies, by masking significant portions of the IP address. Google Inc also undertakes not to cross-check the information contained in the cookies with other information it already possesses.
In compliance with the terms of service, Google shall use this information, as the autonomous data controller, for the purpose of tracking and examining use of the Site and providing other related services, also with regard to the connection and search methods and methods of reaching the web pages. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where this is required by law or regulations or where such third parties process such information on behalf of Google. Google shall not associate IP addresses with any other item of data possessed by Google.
Google’s privacy regulations, which we recommend reading, are available here:
The privacy disclosure regarding the Google Analytics services is available here:

3.2.2. Deleting cookies
You can configure your browser so that it does not accept cookies or web beacons as follows:

Delete/disable cookies on Explorer:

Delete/disable cookies on Chrome:

disable cookies on Safari:

Delete/disable cookies on Opera:

Delete/disable cookies on iOS:

Delete/disable cookies on Android:

3.3 Data voluntarily provided by users
The data that is optionally and freely provided by users by sending emails to the addresses indicated on this Site will be acquired for the purposes indicated in each specific case.
Specifically, in addition to the email address, which is required to reply to the sender, any personal data contained in the email shall also be acquired.
The data collected this way shall be stored exclusively for the purpose of storing the correspondence.

4.Optional nature of providing data
Except where specified in paragraph 3 with regard to browsing data, it is optional for users of this Site to grant their consent to the processing of all other personal data requested and entirely up to the user’s discretion. If users do not provide their personal data there will be no negative consequences. The disabling of technical cookies, however, could cause problems in browsing. The disabling of analytics cookies has no consequences.
As regards data provided voluntarily, it is optional for users to grant consent to the processing of all other personal data. If the consent is not granted, however, it will not be possible to fulfil users’ requests.

5.Processing method and scope of dissemination
The personal data acquired by the Site shall be processed using electronic and paper-based tools in order to allow for the purposes for which such data has been collected.
The users’ data, which could be transferred outside of the EU, shall not be disseminated, except with the related explicit consent thereto. The professionals of the firm could become aware of the users’ data, as persons in charge of data processing. Third parties that offer technical services concerning the Site could become aware of the users’ data, as data processors.

6.Exercise of rights
Pursuant to art. 7 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/03 in relation to the processing of his/her personal data, the user, as the data subject, has the right to obtain confirmation of whether his/her personal data exists, even if it has not yet been recorded, and their communication in comprehensible form. The data subject thus has the right to obtain information regarding:

a. the origin of the data
b. the purposes of processing
c. the processing logic
d. the identification details of the data controllers and processors
e. the parties to which the data may be communicated.

The data subject also has the right to obtain:

a. the updating, correction or supplementation of the data collected;
b. the cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or block of data processed in breach of the law, including the data that need not be stored for the purposes for which the data was collected or subsequently processed;
c. the certification that the parties to which the data was communicated or disseminated were made aware of the operations in the previous point, except in the case where the fulfilment of such obligation would be impossible or involve the use of resources clearly out of proportion to the right being protected.

The data subject also has the right to fully or partially object:

a. for legitimate reasons to the processing of his/her personal data, even if pertinent to the purpose of its collection;
b. to the processing of his/her personal data for the purpose of sending advertising materials.

Users may exercise the rights listed above pursuant to art. 7 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 by contacting the Data controller, sending an email to, or by sending a registered letter with return receipt directly to the addresses set out in paragraph 2.