Privacy policy

Pursuant to the effects of EU Regulation 2016/679 and according to the provisions provided by the Italian privacy authority (herein called RGPD)

Privacy & Cookie Policy implementing the regulation and applicable laws (herein called RGPD) for the website www.

 Personal data controller

The personal data controller is Calabughi S.r.l. Via Mercanti, 8 – 56127 Pisa (PI) P.I. 2004130502, or via email to

Data Protection Officer  

The controller has appointed a personal data protection supervisor (Data Protection Officer – DPO) who can be contacted for any information or request by email at

Personal and Identifying Data

Personal data means any information which relates to a physical person, identified or identifiable, directly or indirectly, through reference to any other information, including a personal identification number, identifying data, personal data which permit direct identification of the interested party (such as, for example, name, surname, email address, address, telephone number, etc.).

Browsing data

During normal use, the IT systems and software procedures designated for the operation of this web site acquire some personal data, whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocol. This is information that is not collected to be associated to identified persons, but due to their very nature may, through elaboration and association to data held by third parties, permit the identification of the user. This category of data includes IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by the users who connect to the site, addresses in URI strings (Uniform Resource Identifier) of the resources requested, the time of the request, the method used to send the request to the server, the dimension of file obtained in the reply, the numerical code indicating the state of the reply from the server (good outcome, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the operating system and the user’s IT environment. These data are used exclusively to collect anonymous statistical information concerning use of the site and to check its correct function. Defence of legal claims – the User’s Personal Data may be used by the controller for defence of legal claims or in its preparatory stages, defence from wrongful use of the data or of connected services by the User. Data may be used in order to establish responsibility in the event of hypothetical IT crimes performed to the detriment of the site. Maintenance – the User’s Personal Data may be processed with the methods and additional objectives linked to system maintenance.

Data provided voluntarily by the user

Elective, explicit and voluntary notification of electronic mail to the addresses indicated herein, means the successive acquisition of the sender’s address, which is necessary  for replying to and requests, and any other personal data entered. Specific information relating to specific services or processing data provided by the user or interested party will be presented in the website pages.

Purposes of data processing for which consent is given where requested

Data of a personal nature provided voluntarily will be processed for the following purposes, until consent is withdrawn:

  • performing operations that are closely connected and instrumental to management of interactions with the users or site visitors;
  • collection, conservation and elaboration of data for:
  • statistical analysis either anonymously and/or collectively;
  • statistical analysis for the purpose of checking the quality of site services.

Method of processing – Conservation

Processing will be performed both mechanically and manually by specially approved subjects, using methods and instruments intended to guarantee maximum security and confidentiality.

Length of conservation

Data will be conserved for a period of time no longer than the purposes for which the data was collected and then processed.

Sphere of communication and diffusion

The data which is processed will not be shared, sold or exchanged with third parties without express consent from the interested party. The data may be transmitted to third parties belonging to the following categories:

  • subjects who provide IT system management services;
  • firms or companies providing assistance or consultancy;
  • competent authorities in compliance with legal obligations and/or dispositions made by public bodies, upon request.
  • external provider;
  • companies who provide ordinary and extraordinary maintenance services for the web site.

Your data will not be diffused.

Data transfer abroad

The personal data of the interested party will not be transmitted to a third country. Should personal data be transferred to a third country or international organisation in the future, all dispositions set out in chapter V (Regulation EU 2016/679) will be respected in order to ensure an adequate level of protection.

Rights of the data subject

The data subject may ask the data controller for access to personal data, its rectification or erasure or the limitation of data processing or oppose its processing. You may furthermore request full details of your rights by writing to the controller’s address.

Right to complain, control authorities

If you feel that the processing of your personal data has violated your dignity you have the right to complain to the supervising authorities.



The software applications used may contain “cookie” technology. The main purpose of a cookie is to improve your browsing experience. Cookies may provide information concerning your navigation of the site and enable the function of some services which require identification of the user’s pathway through the website’s pages. Upon any access to the portal, regardless of the presence of a cookie, registration is made of the visitor’s type of browser, the operating system (eg. Microsoft, Apple, Android, Linux, ecc…), the Host and the URL, in addition to the data on the requested page. The user retains the possibility to change the browser settings so notification can be made when a cookie is received and thus decide whether or not to eliminate it. Further information concerning cookies can be consulted on the web sites of those with browsers.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small string of text conserved on a user’s computer, when an internet page is visited. On most browsers cookies are activated; information necessary to change cookie settings on the browser can be found at the bottom of this page. Cookies are not harmful to devices. The cookies we generate do not conserve personal identifying information; we use information to improve your browsing experience of our site. As an example, they are useful to identify and resolve errors.

Cookies can perform a number of functions, such as for example they permit easy navigation from page to page and generally improve the user’s visit. The controller reserves the right to use cookies, with user consent, where the law or applicable regulations so permit, for the purpose of improving navigation of this site and personalising the information that appears. The controller also reserves the right to use similar systems to collect information about site users, such as for example the type of internet browser and the operating system used, for statistical or safety purposes.

Types of cookie

There are two categories of cookie: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are only stored during your web session and are eliminated when your browser is closed.  Persistent cookies are stored until they are cancelled or expire. The purpose of session cookies is to speed up analysis of internet traffic and facilitate the user’s access to the services offered on the site. Session cookies are used mainly during phases of authentication, authorisation and navigation of the services that are accessed by means of registration. Most browsers are set to accept cookies. If you do not wish to accept cookies you may change the computer settings so they are refused or so that notification appears when they are recorded. If the data user refuses cookies for some site functions these may not function properly and some services may become unavailable. The use of  c.d. session cookies is strictly limited to the transmission of session identification, necessary to enable safe and efficient exploration of the site. Such data are technical in nature, have temporary validity and are not collected for the purpose of identifying users but, because of the way they function, and in combination with other data stored by third parties (for example the user’s internet connection provider), they may enable the user’s identification. First party cookies are only readable by the domain which created them.

The cookies we use:

Technical navigation cookies

These are cookies which guarantee normal navigation and use of the web site and which permmit connection between the server and the user’s browser.

They are essential for navigation (for example session identifiers) allowing use of the main functions of the site and protecting connection. Without these cookies normal use of the site may not be possible.

Analytical Cookie 

These cookies collect information about how the user makes use of the web site, for example, which pages are visited more frequently. This site uses third party cookies “Google Analytics”. Google Analytics is a statistics site; it calculates, for example, the number of visitors, the type of technology used (for example Mac or Windows), how long they stay on the site …  All data collected are anonymous and done so collectively and therefore provide no individual profile. The information generated by cookies concerning a visitor’s use of the web site (including the IP address) is transmitted and recorded on Google servers.

Useful addresses for further understanding the Google Analytics privacy policy:

Analytical cookies are not essential for proper site function.

Other types of cookies on the site

Within the site there are advanced functions which integrate third party services within the pages of the site such as for example Facebook and Instagram.

The presence of plug-ins implies the transmission of cookies to and from all sites managed by third parties. Management of the information collected by “third parties” is regulated by relative information notices to which you are invited to refer. For the purposes of transparency and for the benefit of the user below are the web addresses which contain further information and methods for managing cookies.


The use of data collected by these external operators by means of cookies is subject to their respective privacy policies. The user may exercise the right to deny use by checking the options set out in the third party privacy policy or by contacting them directly.


How can I deactivate cookies?

Warning: should the user choose to deactivate all cookie types (including technical ones) please note that some web site functions may become limited or unavailable. Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can choose not to accept them. If you wish your computer not to receive and memorise cookies, you can modify the browser security settings (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari etc…). There are a number of different ways to manage cookies and other tracing technologies. By modifying browser settings, you can accept or refuse cookies or decide to receive notification before accepting cookies from visited web sites. All cookies that have been installed in the cookie folder can be eliminated from your browser. Each browser provides different procedures for setting management.

Cookies can be deactivated directly from your web browser. For further details in reference to cookie deactivation options please refer to the list of links below for configuration of the most common browsers.

If none of the above browsers is used, please select “cookie” in the relative section of the guide to discover the location of your cookie folder.


By continuing navigation, after having read the brief information notice provided, the user is freely expressing consent. Please also note that you may deny permission at any time and proceed with deactivation of cookies by following the procedure described above.

Updating information about use of cookies

Information about use of cookies is revised and updated periodically. The most recent revision of this information about the use of cookies was on May 8th, 2021.