Privacy and Policy of Ride Riccione

Dear user, on this page you will find all the information on what we do with your data when:

  • browse this website;
  • you sign up for our newsletter (where your email address is required)
  • complete the contact request form (in which the name, surname, email address, city, company name and any telephone number are requested).

The data processing, which is explained in detail below, respects the principles established by Article 5 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679. The owner of the site therefore confirms that he respects the principle of accountability (or accountability), where it is stated that, as reported by the Data Protection Authority, the owner puts in place adequate techniques to guarantee and demonstrate that the treatment is carried out in accordance with the European regulation.

Useful links

  • Website of the Data Protection Supervisor
  • Accountability risks and measures
  • Full text of Regulation (EU) 2016/679

The person in charge of processing personal data is Valeriano Pesaresi.

Location: Via Flaminia 8 · 47838 Riccione (RN)

Email: info@granfondoriccione.com
Accountability risks and measures
Full text of Regulation (EU) 2016/679

How many and which people can I access your data?

Usually the information that you voluntarily grant or that is collected by browsers or technical cookies, is collected by the data controller himself or, extraordinarily, by technical personnel appointed by the owner to carry out maintenance or marketing activities on the website or on the connected platforms, such as Facebook, Google Analytics, MailChimp and others subsequently listed in detail.

Where is the data processed?

Every activity relating to personal data is carried out within the legal and operational offices of Ride Riccione.

What data are processed?

When you browse the website www.ridericcioneweek.com and accept the information in the pop-up window, we collect navigation data with the Google Analytics tool. This data is collected during the entire browsing time and on every page of the site.

They are called navigation data because they are implicit in the access through any browser. In detail, these data include:

  • IP address;
  • domain names;
  • notation addresses URI (Uniform Resource Identifier);
  • information relating to the date and time of navigation;
  • information on requests and communications with the server;
  • information related to the browser, operating system used and the device (IT environment).

End and use of navigation data

Ride Riccione uses navigation data exclusively for statistical purposes, useful for measuring the performance and proper functioning of the site. The anonymous information obtained from Google Analytics also makes it possible to improve graphic and content aspects, and consequently improve the company’s communication.
Further information on Personal Data

Information pursuant to art. 13 Legislative Decree 196/2003 and art. 13 GDPR 679/2016

This information is provided pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 (Code regarding the protection of personal data) and art. 13 GDPR 679/2016

(European regulation on personal data protection)

Cookie Policy

Cookies: what they are, what they are for and what Ride Riccione does with them

A cookie is information that a website communicates to a browser while browsing the site. This information is stored on the computer and improves navigation performance. Technically, it is a portion (or string) of code that assists the owner of a website in the correct and more efficient delivery of the service. Some cookies require the explicit consent of the user, and this consent can be revoked at any time by changing the browser settings (listed below). There are different types of cookies, among these, those used by Ride Riccione are divided between technical and analytical cookies and third-party cookies.

Technical and analytical cookies

This family includes cookies that collect useful data to process statistical analyzes on users and on their browsing methods and timing. These allow you to know, for example, when an anonymous person browses the site, with which device browses, on how much time is left on the web pages and on the actions it takes (click, page close, scroll, download). Ride Riccione analyzes this data using the Google Analytics tool.

Third-party cookies

As per name, third-party cookies are collected and used by third-party companies. This is information collected during browsing sessions, during which you switch from social networks to eCommerce sites, or sometimes from advertisements on the web to specific web pages. The collection of these data, which may also relate to user tracking activities, usually has a commercial purpose and takes the form of marketing activities (such as remarketing and retargeting).

How do I disable cookies?

Each browser allows you to manage or disable cookies through a special section. However, deactivation may cause malfunctions on some websites. The site of Ride Riccione, on the other hand, works properly even if you decide to disable cookies or browse anonymously.

Usually, the settings relating to the management and disabling of cookies are found in the menu area, options or preferences of any browser, and this applies to both fixed and mobile devices.

Here are the direct links to change the settings of the main browsers:

  •     Google Chrome from Desktop
  •     Google Chrome on Android
  •     Google Chrome on iPhone and iPad
  •     Microsoft Edge from Desktop
  •     Mozilla from Desktop
  •     Mozilla on Android
  •     Mozilla on Iphone
  •     Opera from Desktop
  •     Safari from Desktop
  •     Safari from Mobile

Acquisition data

The acquisition data cover all the information provided by contact forms, email registration forms and cookies installed on the site we use for analytical activities and to optimize advertising initiates. The following list shows all the methods and cookies with which we obtain information.

Contact form

On the contact page and sometimes on other pages of the website you will find a contact request form. This requires personal information such as your name, email address and other data, which we request only to provide you with answers and support more quickly and comprehensively.

In this form the sending of information is voluntary and can be avoided simply by choosing to contact us with another channel (for example by telephone). The data entered spontaneously are copied into an email that we automatically receive and we keep saved in our email clients, including: Mail, Gmail and Thunderbird.

Subscribe to the newsletter

For registration to the Ride Riccione newsletter we do not require any information outside the email address. We therefore do not carry out any activity of segmentation of the members. Entering the email address is optional and voluntary. The addresses we receive are entered into a database of the MailChimp newsletter sending tool. At this link you can consult the information and the ways in which MailChimp protects your data.

The database created on MailChimp is not sold, sold or shown to any person. It is sometimes exported in the formats allowed by the application for internal consultations or for the creation of personalized audiences on Facebook (which always remain anonymous). To learn more, you can consult the basic information on privacy and the legislation on Facebook data.

Comments

To add a comment in our blog or in any area of ​​the site where you can comment, we request the following data: name, email, website (the latter is not mandatory). The information provided voluntarily by the user remains visible in the Comments section of the post and is saved in the back-office of the website. The email address is not included in any list of newsletters or sending commercial communications. You can request removal by writing to info@granfondoriccione.com.

Which cookies are used by this site

Browsing the site www.ridericcioneweek.com you will encounter different types of cookies, from those used by the browser to those used by this site, as technical cookies of third parties such as Google Analytics, Facebook, Albacross and Mail Chimp. Below is information on each third-party cookie we use.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is an analysis tool provided by Google and used by website managers and owners to monitor their performance. As reported in the Privacy and Google terms page, this service could use a set of cookies to collect information and generate statistics on the use of websites without providing personal information about individual visitors to Google. The main cookie used by Google Analytics is “__ga”.

Furthermore, the Google Analytics service, in addition to providing website usage statistics, can also be used together with some advertising cookies to show more relevant advertisements on other Google products (such as Google Search) but in general on everything the web, and to measure interactions with the ads that are shown.

Read more information about the cookies used by Google and the information for the Google Analytics privacy policy.

Mail Chimp

Mail Chimp is an online marketing platform owned by The Rocket Science Group LLC (USA, State of Georgia). Mail Chimp uses cookies and other tracking technologies to collect and process personal information about users.

At this link you will find everything related to the use of cookies by the platform: https://mailchimp.com/legal/cookies/

Facebook

The cookies used by Facebook collect information from people who:

  •     have a Facebook account;
  •     use Facebook products (including website and app);
  •     visit websites and apps that use Facebook products (such as the “Like” button or connected or Facebook technologies).

The collected cookies allow Facebook to offer relevant products and information, or to improve its accuracy and performance.
For more information, read the legislation on Facebook data.

Technical and aggregate statistics cookies

Some applications use cookies to store browsing data or to improve the performance of a session or, again, to perform technical activities related to the proper functioning of the application itself.

Cookies for saving Preferences

Some cookies are used to store browsing preferences and improve, both in terms of speed and practicality, the user experience and navigation. These cookies sometimes concern the setting of geolocalization, language, currency or storage of the link to the website.

Cookies and sharing plug-ins

On this website are installed plug-ins that allow the connection and sharing of content with social networks and other external platforms. Some of these are clearly visible thanks to the presence of logos or the name written in full, it is the case of the plug-ins of Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Vimeo and others similar.

The click on the button / link and the consecutive sharing activity create a link between the user, browser and server, in which user data can be collected about: the website, the date and time when the action takes place, the IP address, the browser used, the device and the operating system. The information is collected by the plug-in provider and can be transmitted even if the user is not registered on the platform in question. To prevent this from happening, it is possible to disable or block the use of java scripts from the browser in use towards the channels concerned or even to all channels.

Technical and aggregate statistics cookies

Some applications use cookies to store browsing data or to improve the performance of a session or, again, to perform technical activities related to the proper functioning of the application itself.

Cookies for saving Preferences

Some cookies are used to store browsing preferences and improve, both in terms of speed and practicality, the user experience and navigation. These cookies sometimes concern the setting of geolocalization, language, currency or storage of the link to the website.

Cookies and sharing plug-ins

On this website are installed plug-ins that allow the connection and sharing of content with social networks and other external platforms. Some of these are clearly visible thanks to the presence of logos or the name written in full, it is the case of the plug-ins of Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Vimeo and others similar.

The click on the button / link and the consecutive sharing activity create a link between the user, browser and server, in which user data can be collected about: the website, the date and time when the action takes place, the IP address, the browser used, the device and the operating system. The information is collected by the plug-in provider and can be transmitted even if the user is not registered on the platform in question. To prevent this from happening, it is possible to disable or block the use of java scripts from the browser in use towards the channels concerned or even to all channels.

Technical and aggregate statistics cookies

Some applications use cookies to store or to improve the performance of a session.

Cookies for saving Preferences

Some cookies are used to store and improve, both in terms of speed and practicality, user experience and navigation. These cookies sometimes concern the setting of geolocalization, language, currency or storage of the link to the website.

Cookies and sharing plug-ins

On this website you will find plug-ins that allow you to connect and share content with social networks and other external platforms. It is the case of the plug-ins of Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Vimeo and others similar.

The click on the button / link and the consecutive sharing activity create a link between the user, browser and server, in which user data can be collected about: the website, the date and time when the action takes place, the IP address, the browser used, the device and the operating system. The information is collected by the plug-in provider and can be transmitted even if the user is not registered on the platform in question. To prevent this from happening, it is possible to disable or use the java scripts from the browser.

AddThis

The service, provided by Clearspring Technologies divides cookies into “required”, “functional” and “advertising”. These allow the following features:

  •     Store access details and provide secure access;
  •     Memorize user activity or transaction progress;
  •     Analyze the use of the site to provide personalized content;
  •     Conduct analysis to optimize the site’s functionality;
  •     Remember what is in the cart;
  •     Allow third parties to provide social sharing tools;
  •     Ensure that the site looks consistent;
  •     Provide the user with offers or advertisements based on personal interests;
  •     Allow third parties to offer you interest-based advertisements on non-Oracle sites;
  •     Allow to share pages with social networks;
  •  Allow to add comments.

All information on cookies and preferences can be found at this link: http://www.addthis.com/privacy

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