Privacy & Cookies Policy
The methods used to manage the www.natuzzi.com website are described on this page, in reference to processing of the personal data of users who consult the website. This information is provided pursuant to art. 13 of legislative decree 196/03 (hereinafter the Privacy Law) for users of the services of our website, provided via the Internet. The information does not apply to other websites consulted via our links, for which Natuzzi S.p.A. is not liable in any way. The information is also based on Recommendation no. 2/2001, which the European authorities for protection of personal data, combined in the group created by art. 29 of directive no. 95/46/CE, adopted on 17 May 2001 to identify the minimum requirements for collection of personal data on line: the methods, times and nature of the information which data controllers must provide to users when they visit the website.
The Data Controller
The Data Controller of the data processed when our website is consulted is Natuzzi S.p.A., with registered office in Via Iazzitiello, 47 - Santeramo in Colle (BA)
The Data Processor
The external Data Processor is Protection Trade S.r.l., with registered office in Via Giorgio Morandi - 22, Itri (LT). An up-to-date list of the other data processors may be obtained by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Location, purposes and disclosure of the data
The processing connected with the services of this website is performed at the aforementioned registered office of the Company, by employees and collaborators of Natuzzi S.p.A. responsible for processing and by any other people assigned to this. The personal data provided by users submitting requests for services is used for the sole purpose of providing the service and is not disclosed to third parties, unless disclosure is required by law or is strictly necessary to fulfil the requests. The data, which will not be disclosed, may be communicated to third parties exclusively for management of the services connected with our website.
Types of data processed
The computer systems and software procedures used by this website acquire certain personal data, during normal functioning, which is transmitted implicitly through use of the Internet communication protocols.
This information is not collected to be associated with identified individuals, but could, by its nature, through processing and association with data held by third parties, allow users to be identified.
This data includes IP addresses and domain names of the computers used to connect to the website, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of the resources requested, the time of the request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the digital code indicating the status of the response from the server (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the operating system and the user's computer.
This data is used solely to obtain anonymous statistical information on use of the website and to check correct functioning and is deleted immediately after processing. The data could be used to check for liability in the case of possible computer crimes damaging the website.
Data provided optionally by the user
Optional, explicit and voluntary sending of e-mails to the addresses indicated on this website leads to subsequent acquisition of the sender's address, in order to respond to the requests, and also any other data contained in the e-mail.
Specific summary information is progressively reported or displayed on the pages of the website dedicated to particular services on request.
Natuzzi S.p.A. uses the following types of cookies:
- "technical" cookies:
These cookies are needed for browsing and guarantee secure and efficient browsing of the website. Google Analytics cookies are also used solely to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the website. These are third-party cookies collected and managed anonymously to monitor and improve the services of the host website (performance cookies).
For further information on the Google cookies policy, refer to the link indicated below: http://www.google.com/intl/it_ALL/analytics/learn/privacy.html
- third-party “social plugin” cookies:
If you visit a website, you receive cookies from that particular website (“proprietary”) and also from websites managed by other organisations (“third parties”). These third-party cookies relate to the “social plugins” for Facebook, Twitter, Google. They are parts of the page generated directly by those websites and included on the host page. The most common use of social plugins is sharing the contents on social networks.
The presence of these plugins means cookies are transmitted to and from the websites managed by third parties. Please refer to the relative information on management of information collected by "third parties".
For greater transparency and simplicity, the addresses where said information and details on the methods of managing cookies may be obtained are provided below:
Facebook information: https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/
Twitter information: https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170514
Yuotube information: http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/cookies/
Instagram information: https://instagram.com/legal/cookies/
- “Remarketing” cookies:
These are persistent cookies, i.e. fragments of information which remain for longer and are stored on the hard disk of the user's computer until the cookies are deleted. “Persistent cookies” only store the fact that an unidentified visitor has browsed on the website and whether or not the visitor has accepted the summary information. The website uses other persistent cookies of third parties to monitor visits relating to the digital activities performed.
The Google Remarketing cookies are used.
The user may decide whether or not to accept the cookies using their own browser settings.
Total or partial disabling of cookies:
Total or partial disabling of technical cookies could prevent use of certain functions of the website reserved to registered users. However, use of public contents is possible even when cookies are completely disabled.
Disabling "third-party" cookies does not affect browsing in any way.
The setting must be defined specifically for the different websites and web applications.
The best browsers allow different settings to be defined for “proprietary” cookies and "third-party" cookies.
The procedures for disabling cookies of several browsers are shown below.
1. Open Firefox
2. Press “Alt” on the keyboard
3. On the instruments bar at the top of the browser, select “Instruments”, then “Options”
4. Select the “Privacy” option
5. Go to “Chronology settings”, then “Use customised settings”. Deselect “Accept cookies from websites" and save the preferences.
1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Click on “Instruments” and then on “Internet Options”
3. Select the “Privacy” option and scroll to the desired privacy level (up to block all cookies and down to allow all cookies)
4. Then click on OK
1. Open Google Chrome
2. Click on “Instruments”
3. Select “Settings” and then “Advanced settings”
4. Select “Content settings” under “Privacy”
5. On the “Cookies” option, it is possible to deselect the cookies and save the preferences
1. Open Safari
2. Choose “Preferences” on the instruments bar, then select the "Security" panel in the dialogue window which follows
3. In the “Accept cookies” section, it is possible to specify if and when Safari saves cookies from the websites. Click on the Help button (question mark) for further information
4. For more information on the cookies stored on your computer, click on "Show cookies”
Optional providing of data
Other than what is specified for browsing data, the user is free to provide personal data to request the services offered by the company. It may be impossible to obtain the service requested if the data is not provided.
Data processing methods
The personal data is processed manually or automatically, for the time necessary to achieve the purpose for which it has been collected.
The personal data processed is kept in a manner to reduce the risks of destruction or loss of the data, even accidental, unauthorised access or illegal processing or processing unrelated to the purposes of collection to a minimum, by adopting appropriate and preventive security measures.
Rights of the parties concerned
The people to whom the data refers have the rights envisaged by art. 7 of the Privacy Law, which is shown below:
1. The person concerned is entitled to obtain confirmation of whether or not their own personal data exists, even if not registered, and whether it is communicated in intelligible form.
2. The person concerned is entitled to obtain:
a) the origin of the personal data;
b) the processing purposes and methods;
c) the logic applied when processing is performed using electronic instruments;
d) the identity of the data controller, the data processors and the representative appointed pursuant to article 5, paragraph 2;
e) the parties or the categories of parties to whom the data may be communicated or who may learn it as the appointed representative in the territory of the State, managers or processors.
3. The person concerned is entitled to obtain:
a) revision, correction or, if desired, supplementing of the data;
b) deletion, conversion into anonymous form or blocking of data processed illegally, including data which does not need to be kept in relation to the purposes for which it has been collected and subsequently processed;
c) certification that the operations of letters a) and b) have been explained, even only in terms of their content, to anyone to whom the data itself has been communicated or disclosed, unless this is impossible or would involve a use of resources which is manifestly disproportionate to the right being protected.
4. The party concerned may partially or fully oppose:
a) for legitimate reasons, processing of their own personal data, even for the reasons for which it has been collected;
b) processing of their personal data in order to send advertising or direct sales material or to conduct market surveys or make business communications.
The person concerned can exercise these rights by sending an e-mail to email@example.com
All content of this website, including but not limited to text, graphics, audio clips, videos, images and animations is exclusive property of Natuzzi S.p.A. and is protected by the international laws on copyright and other intellectual property rights. No content can be used in any way without first obtaining the express written consent of Natuzzi S.p.A. To receive such consent and the right of reproduction, please contact Natuzzi S.p.A. Natuzzi S.p.A. is not liable for the photos published. Icons and commercial logos featured on this website are subject to copyright and other intellectual property rights of the respective owners.
All the photos are property of the author and any unauthorized usage can be prosecuted in accordance with current laws.
Subject: Disclosure under the terms of Art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree 196 of 2003. Under the terms of Article 13 of Italian Legislative Decree 196 of 2003 (henceforth the Privacy Code), the Data Controller of Natuzzi S.p.A., whose registered office is at Via Iazzitiello, 47 – Santeramo in colle (BA), and with administrative headquarters at Via Iazzitiello, 47 - Santeramo in Colle (BA), informs you that your personal data is processed, by manual and automatic means: a. to carry out your requests b. to send you newsletters Supplying the data is optional, but without such data we may not be able to pursue the above purposes. The data will not be communicated or disseminated. The Marketing Department Manager and our staff who work there may access your personal data exclusively for the aforementioned purposes. The Data Processor is Protection Trade S.r.l. whose registered office is at Via Giorgio Morandi - 22, Itri (LT); a list of other processors may be requested by writing to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. We inform you, finally, that you may exercise the rights envisaged in Article 7 of the Legislative Decree 196/03; including the right to obtain, from the Data Controller or Processor, confirmation of the existence or otherwise of your personal data and to permit you, if they do exist, to gain access to them.