Privacy policy

This policy is written after the new european General Data Protection Regulations, from now on referred as GDPR.

Data controller

During or after having visited this website, some data related to identified or identifiable people can be collected. The data controlloer is identified in Geoworld s.r.l. – p.le Della Pianta, n°5 – 20094 Corsico (MI) Italy.Nel corso o a seguito della consultazione di questo sito Internet, possono essere trattati dati relativi a persone identificate o identificabili. Il “titolare” del loro trattamento è la Geoworld s.r.l. – p.le Della Pianta, n° 5 – 20094 Corsico (MI) Italy.
Mail: info@gwh.it
The website and communication activities are managed for Geoworld by Studio RAM of Bologna (mail: info@ramdesign.it web: www.ramdesign.it)

Type of data collected on the website geoworldgroup.com

The personal data collected on this website, either autonomously or via third parties, include: cookies and usage data. Other personal data collected may be stated in other sections of this privacy policy or via information texts shown at the time of data collection.
Personal data may be entered voluntarily by the user or automatically collected while users are browsing on this site.
The use of cookies or any other tracking means – by this website or by owners of third-party services used by this application, where not otherwise stated, serves to identify users and to record their preferences for purposes strictly linked to the service they request. Failure by users to provide certain personal details may prevent this application from providing the services for which it was designed.
The user assumes full responsibility for the personal data of others published or shared through this site and guarantees their full right to communicate or disclose same, holding the data controller free from any liability with regard to other parties.

To facilitate comprehension, we classified data in the following cathegories:

//Navigation data
Computer systems and software procedures that make this website function acquire some personal data which transmission is implicit in the usage of the Internet communication protocols. These are information that are not collected to be associated to any specific person, but given their nature they could be allow for a user’s identification through elaboration and by association with data from other parties.
These data are only used to elaborate anonymous statistics about the use of the website and to control the correct website working conditions.

//Data given voluntarily by the users
The voluntarily, explicit sending of an email to the address provided on this website involve the acquisition of the writer’s address, which is necessary to respond to the user’s requests and all of other personal data contained in the email.
Specific synthetic informatives would be shown or visualized on the website pages dedicated to particular services.

//Cookies
Cookies are a little amount of data that are memorized on the RAM computer or on the hard disc each time someone visits a website. Our website uses cookies to recognize and trace users to provide them a faster access and to modify the contents following their preferences. Cookies do not allow in any way the website to access to whichever data present on users computers. For more information, read the cookie section on the right column of this page.

Method and place of data treatment

Method of treatment
The controller will process users’ personal data using suitable means of security to prevent any unauthorised access, disclosure, editing or destruction of same.
The treatment will be performed using computer-based or online means, with organisational methods and logic strictly related to the stated purposes. As well as by the data controller, in some cases, data may be accessed by appointed persons involved in the organisation of the website (administration, business, marketing, or legal staff and systems administrators), or external persons (suppliers of technical services, couriers, hosting providers, IT companies, communications agencies), and data processors, appointed, if necessary, by the controller. An updated list of processors is always available from the data controller, on request.

Place
Data are processed at the operational headquarters of the data controller and in all other places in which the parties involved in data processing are based. Please contact the data controller for more information.

Time
Data are processed for the amount of time required to perform the service required by the user, or required for the purposes stated in this document. Users may request the interruption of processing or the deletion of data at any time.

Purpose of processing collected data

Users’ data are collected to allow the data controller to provide its services, as well as for the following purposes: Contact form.
The types of personal data used for each purpose are listed in the specific sections of this document.

Details on the processing of personal data

Personal data are collected for the following purposes and using the following services:

Google Analytics

These cookies help us collect information about how you use our website over time. The data collected is used for managing the performance and design of this website; this data is not used for profiling or developing marketing strategies.
Data protection policy of Google Analytics: https://www.google.com/intl/it_ALL/analytics/learn/privacy.html

Cookie Policy

For more information about cookies and how to deactivate them in your browser, see the guide in the right-hand column of this page.

Technical and aggregate statistics cookies

Activities strictly necessary for operation
This application uses cookies to save the user’s session and to perform other activities strictly necessary for the operation of same, for example, concerning traffic distribution.
Preference saving, optimisation and statistics activities
This application uses cookies to store browsing preferences and to optimise the user’s browsing experience. These cookies include, for example, language settings, or statistics management for the site owner.

Other types of cookie or third-party tools that may use them
Some of the services listed below collect aggregate statistics and may not require user content, or they may be directly controlled by the owner – according to that described – without third party involvement.
If any of the tools listed below include services run by third parties, they may track users – in addition to that specified and even without the site owner’s knowledge. For more detailed information, see the privacy policies for the services listed.

Cookie used by geoworldgroup.com

Cookie name: _ga
Domain: www.geoworldgroup.com
Description: the purpose of this cookie is to register a user ID to generate statistics on how users utilize the website
Origin: Google Analytics
Data are sent to: the Netherlands

Cookie name: _gat
Domain: www.geoworldgroup.com
Description: the purpose of this cookie is to limitate the frequency of requests and it is used by Google Analytics
Origin: Google Analytics
Data are sent to: the Netherlands

Cookie name: _gid
Domain: www.drstevehunters.com
Description: this cookie registers an ID used to generate statistics on how users surf through the website
Origin: Google Analytics
Data are sent to: the U.S.

Cookie name: collect
Domain: www.geoworldgroup.com
Description: it registers a univocal ID on mobile devices to track the GPS geographical position
Origin: Google Analytics
Data are sent to: the U.S.

Cookie name: cookie_notice_accepted
Domain: www.geoworldgroup.com
Description: This cookie is used after the users give their consent to the utilization of cookies.
Origin: Geoworld group
Data are sent to: the U.S.

Cookie name: pll_language.
Domain: www.geoworldgroup.com
Origin: Geoworld group
Data sent in:
the U.S.

Further details on processing

Information not contained in this policy
More information concerning the processing of personal data can be requested from the data controller at any time, using the contact information provided.

Users’ exercise of their rights
The subjects to whom personal data refer have the right, at any time, to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of said data from the data controller. They also have the right to know the content and origin of said data, to check the correctness of same, and to ask for the integration, deletion, updating, correction, anonymization or block of personal data treated unlawfully as well as to oppose treatment on legitimate grounds. Requests must be sent to the data controller.

Changes to privacy policy
The data controller reserves the right to make changes to this privacy policy at any time, advertising this fact to users on this page, which will use, as reference, the date of the final change stated below. In case of non-acceptance of the changes made to the privacy policy, the user shall cease all browsing on the website and may ask the data controller to remove their personal data. Unless otherwise specified, the preceding privacy policy will continue to apply to personal data collected to that point.

What are cookies?

Cookies are portions of code (computer files or partial data files) sent by a server to the user’s web browser. From this browser they are automatically stored to the user’s computer and sent back to the server automatically when needed or whenever the site is visited. Usually, a cookie contains the name of the website from which it comes, its lifetime (the amount of time it will remain on the user’s device) and a value, which is usually a unique number generated casually. At each subsequent visit, cookies are sent back to the website where they were created (first-party cookies) or another site that recognises them (third-party cookies). Cookies are useful in allowing a website to recognise a user’s device and they also have different purposes such as, for example, allowing efficient browsing over several pages, remembering favourite sites and in general, improving the browsing experience. They also help to guarantee that advertising content viewed online is more dedicated to users and their interests.

If the user decides to disable cookies, this may influence and/or limit their browsing experience in the site, and for example, they may not be able to visit specific sections of a website or receive customised information.

How to disable cookies

The operating modes and options to limit or block cookies can be regulated by changing your browser settings. Most browsers are set to accept cookies by default; however, users can change these settings to block cookies or to be warned every time a cookie is sent to their device. There are different ways to manage cookies and for this purpose, it is necessary to see the instruction manual or help screen for your browser to see how to adjust or change its settings. Users can edit the pre-sets and disable (block) cookies by setting a higher protection level.

Below are the links for managing cookies in the following browsers:

Microsoft (Explorer, Windows 10, Windows 8.1): https://support.microsoft.com/it-it/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies

Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH11913

Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=it-IT&hlrm=fr&hlrm=en

Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/it-IT/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences

For other types of device used to view and access sites (for example, computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.), make sure that on each one, the browser is configured to reflect the cookie preferences. To delete cookies from the browser on your smartphone/tablet, see the user manual for your device.