Data protection information (Art. 13 of Leg. Dec. No. 196/2003) for, website owned by Frost Italy S.r.l..

In this statement, concerning the policies regarding and privacy of personal data collected by Frost Italy S.r.l., the company that administers this internet website,, intends to accurately describe the administration and treatment of personal data provided by users of the website. In addition this statement is also made in conformity with Art. 13 of Legislative Decree No. 196 of 30 June 2003. The following policies are also in line with guidelines given in Art. 29 Dir. No. 95/46/CE, regarding, in particular, the collection of personal data through the internet, and emphasising minimum measures to be taken in order to guarantee loyalty and legality of such practices (in the application of Arts. 6, 7, 10 and 11 of Dir. No. 95/46/CE).

Ownership of Data Treatment
“Ownership” of the treatment of personal data collected from users of this here present website, is Frost Italy S.r.l. Via Lago di Trasimeno 46 – 36015 Schio (VI), P.IVA 02712010244, hereinafter referred to as Frost Italy.

Details of the Treatment of Data
Personal data supplied by users of the website and any eventual services:
– “Product availability enquiry” a request for information about a product by the completing and sending of the form provided on this page;
– “Newsletter” to receive information about offers and news on the website;
shall be utilised for the provision of the information and/or services requested and for the purposes of e-mail marketing and shall not be communicated or passed on to third parties, unless the communication is obligatory by law or strictly necessary to the fulfilment of the users request.
The optional sending, explicit and voluntary, of electronic post to addresses given on the Frost Italy website will result, by its very nature, in the acquisition of the senders personal data, and any other information given in said communication, by the subsequent addressee.
We would ask users making enquiries that in their e-mails they not name and/or include personal data regarding third parties, nor any sensitive data and/or opinions, in accordance with Art. 4 of Leg. Dec. No. 196/2003 (“sensitive data” is such information that would reveal racial and ethnic origins; religious, philosophical or any other convictions; political opinions; political party, trades union or religious affiliations; membership of political, trades union, religious or philosophical associations or organisations; state of health and sexuality; “opinions” such information that would reveal information as set down in Art. 3, 1, from a) to o) and from r) to u), of P.R. No. 313 of 14 November 2002, with reference to judgemental pigeon-holing; details of criminal offences and their relative sanctions, either suspected or investigated in accordance with Art. 60 and 61 of the penal procedure code. All data will be collected and held in accordance with procedures as set out in Arts. 11, 13 and subsequent of Leg. Dec. No. 196/03 and adopting minimum security measures as set out in Attachment B. No item of data shall be the object of communication or diffusion.

Internet navigation data treatment
The computer systems and software used in the operation of this website, in the course of normal function, acquire certain personal information whose transmission is implicit in internet communication protocol. This information is not collected in order to be associated with the interested parties, but by its very nature it could, through processing and association with data held by third parties, assist in the identification of users. Included in this category of data are IP addresses or domain names for the computers used by users who visit the website, URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) of requested resources, time of enquiries, method by which enquiries are submitted to the server, size of files obtained in response to enquiries, numerical error codes (success, error, etc) and other parameters relative to website users operating systems. All IP addresses of users of our website are collected. This data is used for the purposes of the administration of our portal, eventual technical problem diagnosis and prevention of abuse of the service. Personal data collected through website navigation will be used solely for the purposes of internal statistics and the suppression of illegal actions. This data will be used to check on the correct operation of the website and to obtain anonymous statistics on the use of the website and will be deleted immediately after processing.

A cookie is a piece of text that the visited website stores in a tiny file on the hard drive of the users computer providing the user-computer’s browser has been configured to accept cookies. Cookies allow access for the provision of services, functioning as safety filters and permitting Web applications to send information to individual users. For strictly technical computer security reasons, the portal makes use of session cookies (that are automatically deleted by your browser on closure) and registers the IP addresses of visitors who access this page and the area reserved to website privacy. No item of users’ personal data will as a result be collected by the website. Cookies are not used for the transmission of information of a personal nature. Use of cookies is optional and de-activating cookies will not affect the visualisation of primary website pages.

Data treatment
Personal data information is treated as automated documentation (and eventually paper documents) necessary for the fulfilment of the purposes for which they were collected. Specific security measures are taken to prevent loss of data, illegal use or incorrect and unauthorised access of data, in accordance with the apposite regulations and minimum security measures guidelines.

Consent to treatment of data – Art. 23 and 24 Privacy Code
Privacy regulations require the prior consent of interested parties for the treatment of personal data. Consent must be expressed: freely, in specific format and documented. Consent is valid providing it is preceded by regulations information. Consent by E-mail – Art. 130 Privacy Code of Leg. Dec. 196/2003 requires the obtaining of prior consent from interested parties (cd. Opt-in) for the sending of marketing messages or commercial communications using electronic post. Frost Italy asks interested parties for consent for: a) the treatment of data (where requested); b) the use of electronic post for marketing purposes (cd. Opt-in). Frost Italy guarantees to have obtained a) consent for the collection of data via on-line forms; b) consent for the collection of data via newsletter mailing list; c) consent for data collection via “product availability enquiry” forms. For addressees who no longer wish to receive promotional messages from Frost Italy, Frost Italy guarantees the right to non-consent to the treatment of data and the receipt of promotional messages via e-mail (cd. Opt-out) and the deletion of personal data. Cancellation shall be effected upon receipt of a request for deletion of personal data sent to

E-mail marketing service
Frost Italy’s website e-mail marketing service is administered respecting the Testo Unico della Privacy – Leg. Dec. No. 196/2003, Privacy Code. Personal data is collected directly by Frost Italy. The collection of data can occur as a result of: a) the completion of our on-line “product availability enquiry” forms; b) subscription to our newsletter mailing list; c) sending an e-mail to the company. Databases are created for the purposes of commercial information, the sending of marketing material and commercial communications.

Rights of interested parties – Art. 7 Privacy Code
Interested parties referred to by the personal data have the right, in accordance with Art. 7 of Leg. Dec. No. 196/2003, to at any time obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of said data and to know the contents and origins; to be able to verify accuracy, complete, update or correct the data. In addition, interested parties referred to by the personal data have the right to request deletion, transformation into anonymous form, freezing of data due to illegal use or in any case to object, for legitimate reasons, to their data treatment. Enquiries relating to Art. 7 of Leg. Dec. No. 196/2003 must be addressed to or to Frost Italy, Via Lago di Trasimeno 46 – 36015 Schio (VI).

Art. 7 – Rights of access to personal data and other rights
1. Interested parties have the right to obtain confirmation or otherwise of the existence of personal data relating to themselves, even if not yet registered, and to their communication in legible format. 2. Interested parties have the right to be told: a) the origins of personal data; b) details of and procedures for the treatment of personal data; c) rationale applied in the case of treatment effected by electronic means; d) identification details of the proprietor, those responsible and the representative in accordance with Art. 5,2; e) persons or category of persons to whom the personal data might be communicated or become available in the capacity of designated representative in the territory of the State, or of those responsible. 3. Interested parties have the right to obtain: a) updates, corrections or completion of data; b) deletion, transformation into anonymous form or the freezing of data treated in violation of the law, including data which it is not necessary to store in relation to the purposes for which the data was collected or subsequently treated; c) a guarantee that operations as mentioned in a) and b) have been made known, including the actual contents, to whomsoever the personal data has been communicated or passed on to, except in the case where fulfilment proves to be impossible or requires disproportionate means in respect of the rights to be safeguarded. 4. Interested parties have the right to object to the treatment of their personal data, either wholly or in part: a) for legitimate reasons even though relevant to the purpose of the collection of the data; b) for the purposes of sending marketing material or for direct sales or for the purposes of market research or for commercial communications.

Contacts for information enquiries
For more information write to Frost Italy S.r.l. Via Lago di Trasimeno 46 – 36015 Schio (VI), or to