The User shall undertake to not access or use the Site for illegal purposes or that in such a manner that may prejudice or interfere with the use of the Site by other Users.
The User shall further undertake to not use software, algorithms or other features that create or open link to third party webpages or that require single person or groups of people to access to third party webpages.
Intellectual Property Rights
BE-COME is the exclusive owner of, or in any case has the right to use, all distinctive signs (trademarks, trade names, trade dress, etc.) published or used on the Site.
All texts, works, illustrations, images, trademarks, tradenames, trade dresses reproduced or depicted on the Site are strictly reserved under copyright as well as intellectual property rights held by BE-COME or licensed to BE-COME by-third parties, for the entire duration of protection of these rights and throughout the world. The template of the Site has been licensed by Envato Pty Ltd. (the “Licensed Theme”) to BE-COME and the Site is the customized implementation of the Licensed Theme (the “End Product”).
In addition, BE-COME exclusively retains ownership of all rights, title and interest in and to any intellectual property rights of the Site, including but not limited to contents, texts, data, know-how, trade dress, End Product and information contained or connected to the Site (the “BE-COME IP”).
Users are not entitled to copy, scrape, (hyper/deep) link to, publish, promote, translate, market, integrate, utilize, combine or otherwise use, in whole or in part BE-COME IP without the prior written notice of BE-COME.
Any use of the Site for different purposes or manner will be considered as a breach of the User’s obligation provided under this Article. BE-COME reserves the right to prosecute any infringement of its intellectual property rights.
Information and data provided by the User in order to use the Site and contact BE-COME are processed by BE-COME according to the applicable laws and regulation as stated hereunder.
You can browse the Site without providing any personal data.
When you contact us through our email address provided on the Site, we may collect personal data that Users voluntary provides, such as Users’ name, address, email address, telephone and/or fax number (the “Personal Data”).
3.1. Purpose of the collection of Personal Data
The collection of Personal Data is aimed at answering to the emails or contact requests sent by Users and for internal business purposes.
3.2. Treatment and archive modality
The treatment of the Personal Data will be fulfilled through electronic or in any case computerized ways, according to the prescriptions of the Legislative Decree 196/2003.
In particular, the treatment modalities will be coherent and not exceeding compared to the kind of services rendered by BE-COME and the access to Personal Data will be allowed only to the persons in charge of the treatment (the “Responsible persons”) appointed by the Holder (as defined below).
The Personal Data regarding you will be archived only for the time necessary to grant the correct provision of the services offered by BE-COME.
3.3 What Are Cookies?
A cookie is a piece of information, a small text file, that is downloaded and stored on the user’s device (computer, tablet or smartphone) when a user visits a particular website (the “Cookie”). The Cookie stores information that can later be read back by the sites or third parties. Cookies are used to recognize your browser and you as a unique user.
3.3.2 Cookies we use
This Site uses only:
a) Technical Cookies
Technical Cookies are essential for browsing the Site and make full use of its features, including providing access to the various protected areas of the Site. You do not need to provide consent for Technical Cookies, since they are required for the function of the services requested by the user.
b) Analytical Cookies
These Cookies are used to obtain information regarding Site usage. This information may be associated with user details such as their IP address, domain or browser, but are nonetheless analyzed in a way that does not trace the identity of the particular user.
3.3.3 Third Party Cookies
3.3.4 Enabling / Disabling Cookies Through the Browser
Most browsers are configured to accept Cookies. Cookies are stored on the hard drive of the User’s device and can be deleted. You can disable Cookies on the main website browsers by following the instructions provided at the following links: Chrome, Firefox, Internet Exporer, Opera, Safari.
3.4 Holder and Responsible for the Treatment of the Personal Data
The Holder of the treatment of the Personal Data and the Responsible for the treatment, according to the art. 29 Legislative Decree 196/2003, is the company BE-COME S.r.l., having its registered office in office in Milano (MI), Via Baldissera Antonio, 2, postal code 20129, Italy.
All instances and requests related to the treatment of the personal data regarding you can be addressed to the Holder or to the Responsible above indicated, to the following email addresses: email@example.com.
3.5 Access right to the Personal Data
According to the art. 7 of the Legislative Decree 196/2003, you have the right – among others – to obtain by the Holder or by the Responsible of the treatment: a) the confirmation about the existence or not of Personal Data and their communication in a clear form; b) indications on the origin, on purposes and ways of treatment, on the logic behind the treatment effected through electronic instruments; c) the identification details of both the Holder of the treatment and the Responsible persons; d) indication about the parties or categories of parties to whom Personal Data can be communicated or that can know the data as representatives granted in the territory of the State, as responsible persons or persons in charge; e) the update, adjustment or integration of the Personal Data; f) the cancellation, transformation into an anonymous form or the block of the Personal Data treated in violation of law; g) the acknowledgment that the operations sub e) and f) and their content have been communicated to those parties to whom Persona Data have been communicated or disclosed to.
You have also the right to oppose, wholly or partially, a) to the treatment of the Personal Data, for justified reasons; b) to the treatment of the Personal Data referred to commercial information, delivery of advertising material, direct sales or for effecting market or commercial communication researches.
The above rights can be exerted with request made without any formality to the Holder or Responsible through e-mail at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Updated on: 1 April 2016