Privacy Policy


in accordance with the provisions of EU Regulation no.679 of 2016 (GDPR) this information page describes how the personal data of the users (identified or identifiable natural persons, and therefore “data subjects” according to said Regulation) who access the website of I.M.V. S.P.A. (available on the Internet at the address are processed.

Please note that this information is valid only for the website of I.M.V. S.P.A. and not for any other websites, web pages, online services which can be accessed by hyperlinks contained in the website but pointing to resources which are external to the domain of I.M.V. S.P.A.

This information is instead valid, in addition to the data provided through the website of I.M.V. S.P.A., also for the processing of personal data provided through the email address or any other company email address.


The company I.M.V. S.p.a., Tax ID and VAT no. IT00641570254, legal headquarters in 32038 Quero Vas (BL), Via Feltrina 24, Tel. +39 0439 788141, e-mail, certified email



  • Web surfing data

The computerized systems and software procedures which ensure the functioning of this website acquire, as part of their normal operation, some personal data from the users whose transmission is connected to the communication protocols of the Internet. Every time an user accesses our website and every time a content is displayed the access data are stored by us as controller (and by the data manager) by way of log files, made up of: site of source (containing the link to our page), IP address of the user, date and time of access, request of the client, code of http answer, size of transmitted data, browser and operating system.  Among the personal data collected during the visits of the users to our website the following elements are therefore included: IP addresses or domain names of the computers and access devices of the users, the addresses in URI/URL format of the requested resources (Uniform Resource Identifier/Locator), the timing of the requests, the method used to submit the requests to the server, the size of the answer files, the numeric code of the answers given by the server (messages of acknowledgment, error, etc.). and other info about the operational system and computer environment of the user.

  • Data provided by the user

The User can provide own personal data to the Company by filling in and sending the form in the website at the link transmitting these data entails the company will acquire the address of the sender, as required to answer to the requests, and the other personal data included in the communication.

  •  Cookies and other tracking systems

Neither user profiling cookies nor other tracking systems are used. Technical cookies are used, i.e. small text files which are stored locally in the temporary memory of the user’s browser – so in the computer – to improve the website surfing experience. Please check our cookies policy here for more information about first-party and third-party cookies in our website.


  • Web surfing data – the log files and the data they contain are processed by us with the following purposes:

a) Enabling the users to access web services (legal ground as per lett. B, comma 1st art.6 Reg EU 679/2016);

b) Obtaining statistical information about the use of the services (most viewed pages, number of visitors for days or time slot, geographical area, etc.) as well as checking the correct operation of the website and protecting our systems, as for instance against cyber attacks. (legal ground as per lett. F, comma 1st art.6 Reg EU 679/2016);

  • Data transmitted by the user – the personal data provided voluntarily and explicitly by the website users may be processed as follows:

c) To process and give answer to the requests that the user submits through the form at the link In this case the legal grounds of the processing is the will to execute a request of the data subject (lett. B, comma 1st6 Reg EU 679/2016);

  • Cookies and other tracking systems:

The legal ground of the processing concerning third-part cookies is consent. Any of the following actions in a page of our website shall mean consent to the use of cookies:

  • closing the banner, if present
  •  scrolling the page
  • clicking on any element of it.

As per the purposes of processing of the cookies, please refer to the cookie policy at this link for more info.


The data for the purposes as per item 4, letter c) shall be transmitted optionally, voluntarily and explicitly by the Users. The failure to provide them shall have as only consequence the impossibility for the Company to pursue the specific purpose (i.e. answer to the requests of the Users).


  • Web surfing data: they shall be stored for a maximum of 7 days and shall be deleted immediately after their aggregation (except when requested by the judicial authorities to investigate alleged offences).
  • Data transmitted by the user: they shall be provided voluntarily and explicitly by the users of the website by filling in and sending the form at the link to enable the Company to process and answer to the Users’ requests. In this case the data shall be stored for the required duration to provide the requested service, they shall be then stored for an additional 3 years. The duration shall be extended in case it is necessary to fulfil a legal obligation or to establish, exercise or defend a legal claim in a court proceeding;
  • Cookies and other tracking systems: the storing of the session cookies in the devices or in the browsers is under control of the user; information about cookies are stored in the service logs in the server at the end of HTTP sessions, for a maximum of 7 days as for the other web surfing data.

Please refer to the cookie policy at this link for more info.



a) Processor

The recipient of the data collected from the user’s access to the website is the supplier of the developing and maintenance services of the web-based platform, appointed by the Company as Processor according to art.28 of the Regulation.

b) Data manager

The collected data are also processed by the staff of the Company which acts on the grounds of explicit instructions about purposes and methods of the processing (Data protection officers or “persons who are authorised to process personal data”).


The Data Subjects have the right to obtain from the Controller, where that is the case, access to the personal data and rectification or erasure of the same or restriction or objection to the processing (art. 15 et seq. of the Regulation). The request can be made by contacting the Company at the following: Tel. no. +39 0439 788141, E-mail, PEC:

Should the Data Subject consider that the processing of their data through this website is in violation of the provisions of the Regulation, he or she shall have the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority in force, as per art. 77 of the Regulation, or to appeal in court for an effective judicial remedy (art. 79 of the Regulation).


I.M.V. S.p.a. requests the users not to give information which can be classed under special categories of personal data as per art.9 of the Regulation (for inst. data referred to racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership,  sexual orientation, biometric data, data concerning health).


In the event of the transmission to I.M.V. S.p.A. of not own data but third parties’, the User is the only Processor of such data, has all the legal obligation and responsibility and undertakes to release I.M.V. S.p.a. from liability in case of any complaint, claim or compensation request coming from third parties, whose data were treated in violation of the regulation about personal data protection in force.

In any case, when the User provides personal data concerning third parties, he or she guarantees that it is in compliance with this information and the third party has already given consent to the processing.


I.M.V. S.p.a. reserves the right to modify and/or update the content of this Privacy Policy, in part or completely, for instance because of changes in the regulation in force. The modifications to this Privacy Policy shall be binding as soon as they are published in the website, therefore the Company asks to the Users to regularly visit this Section to check the information about the processing of their data according to the most recent and up to date version.


In addition to this Privacy Policy, the website of I.M.V. S.p.A. has also a Customer Information and a Supplier Information.

Last update of this Policy Privacy: 13/12/2018

Cookie Policy

What is a cookie?

What is a cookie? A cookie is a small text file which is stored on the computer when an user visits a website. The text holds some data which the website is able to read later, when it is accessed again. Some of the cookies are essential for a correct operation of the website, other cookies are useful for the users because they store their setting for the website, for instance the username or the language. Having cookies stored in the computer is convenient because there is no need to re-enter the same information during subsequent visits to the same website.


What does I.M.V. S.P.A. use cookies for?

I.M.V. S.P.A. uses cookies to provide a tailored surfing experience to the visitors of the website. I.M.V. S.P.A. ensures that it is not necessary to receive or provide the same information at each visit. Cookies are also used to optimise the performance of the website: they make it easier both to finalize purchasing and to quickly search elements and products in the website. I.M.V. S.P.A. implements appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect personal data from losses and unlawful treatment.
Please refer to our Privacy Information document for more information.

First-party cookies

First-party cookies are generated and used by the manager of the website which the user is accessing. Technical cookies are limited to the transmission of session identification numbers (random numbers generated by the server), which ensure a safe and efficient access to the website. Performance cookies are used for statistical purposes to detect unique users, viewed and downloaded contents and so on – Google Analytics is an example for this. Data are stored in anonymous form and are used in aggregate form.

The cookies from Google Analytics can be disabled using an add-on provided by Google. click here to install.

Third-party cookies

Third-party cookies, as for instance the like button plugin of Facebook, are generated and used by different subjects than the manager of the website which the user is visiting, in accordance with the contracts between the website owner and the respective third party. Some web advertisers use such cookies to track the visits to websites containing their services.

How can I disable cookies?

It is possible to set up the browser to disable cookies following a simple procedure.


  1. Open Firefox.
  2. Push “Alt” button on the keyboard.
  3. Click “Settings” in the toolbar and choose “Options”.
  4. Select the “Privacy” tab.
  5. Select “Use custom settings for history” in “History” drop-down box. Uncheck  “Accept cookies from sites” and save the settings.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Open Internet Explorer.
  2. Click “Tools” and choose “Internet Options”.
  3. Select the “Privacy” tab and move the slider under Settings according to the wished level of privacy (to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies).
  4. Then click “OK”.

Google Chrome:

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Click on the “Tools” button..
  3. Selects “Settings” and then “Show Advanced Settings”.
  4. Under Privacy, click on the “Content Settings” button.
  5. It will be then possible to search and cancel single cookies in “Cookies” tab


  1. dial chrome://settings/cookie in the address bar and push “Enter”.
  2. It will be then possible to search and cancel single cookies in “Cookies” tab.


  1. Open Safari.
  2. Select “Preferences” in the toolbar, then select “Security” on the next screen.
  3. In the tab “Allow cookies”, it is possible to select if and when Safari shall allow cookies from the websites. Click on the “Help” button (labelled with a question mark) for more info.
  4. For more info about the cookies which are stored in your computer, click “Show Cookies”.