Personal data processing
Access to some sections of the Website www.advicegroup.it (hereinafter referred to as “Website”) and/or any requests for information or services by its users may by subject to persona data being entered whose processing by Advice Group S.p.A. (hereinafter “Advice Group” or “Processor”), as data Processor, will be compliant with Lgs. D. 196/2003 “Code on the subject of privacy” (hereinafter referred to as “Code”).
The purpose of this information is to make users aware, before they enter the various sections of the Website/APP, with regard to how Advice Group processes the users’ personal data; it is thus necessary for any user to read it through before entering personal data upon registering on the Website.

After the information notes, the terms and conditions are listed whereby users can agree to transferring rights in respect of concepts, images, comments, catchphrases associated with the contents of the Website, materials and any other information designed by the users and posted by them on the Website/APP (“Contributions”), as well as consenting to the use of any image which the user might have transferred to Advice Group.

Finalità del trattamento
Depending on the needs expressed from time to time by any user accessing the various Website sections (and notwithstanding specific regulations and information regarding individual transactions which involve the transfer of specific personal data, posted on each occasion on the Website), below is a list of the treatment purposes as regards personal data, i.e. those which are transferred directly by the users who fill out forms on-line, or through the use of social networks (see also the section “Nature and methods of transferring users’ Personal Data” below), or those entered automatically (see the section “Categories of Personal Data subject to processing) (hereinafter, “Personal  data”):

  1. agree to registration on the Website/APP, which is necessary in order to enter specific Website/APP sections and to provide and manage the various services on offer;
  2. allow users to post their Contributions directly on the Website/APP, or on the webistes managed independently by third parties which which Advice Group may have entered agreements in this regard; this includes – for example, but not only – social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. (hereinafter “Social Networks”); the said Contributions may also be posted using a “nickname” which can be selected by the user when registering on the Website/APP, as well as – possibly – the image associated by the user with his/her nickname. In this regard: i) each user shall be exclusively responsible for any choice which could jeopardise the interest of others; ii) users are not required to enter personal data which could allow for identification by third parties other than Advice Group; nevertheless the user, through Advice Group, might decide to circulate personal data if the latter are part of the nickname chosen, as well as the photo which has possibly been associated with a user’s profile.
  3. upon consent by the user and until the latter has been withdrawn, carry out marketing activities which include sending promotional and advertising material for Advice Group, also via e-mail, mms and text messages;
  4. In accordance with legal requirements and in order to customise the users’ experience on the Website/APP, as well as to improve the services and product offered by Advice Group to its customers, upon consent by the user and until the latter has been withdrawn, carry out surveys about consumers’ habits or choices or outline a profile of the persons concerned using the information provided by the latter when they register, fill out questionnaires, or based on actions completed or information provided while browsing the Website;
  5. answer users’ requests with regard to Advice Group products, advertising or to the Website/APP (section “Contact Us” on the Website/APP).

Registration of the users with the Website/APP is not required in orer to render some services offered by Advice Group (e.g. those referred to in paragraph e) above). Nevertheless, in order to process some user requests concerning such services, they will be invited to enter personal data which will be processed exclusively for the purposes and duration strictly necessary.

Processing purposes
The Personal Data will mainly be treated in an automated manner, using logics strictly related to the purposes mentioned above.

Nature and method of transferring users’ Personal Data
The transfer of personal data is optional, nevertheless there are some personal data whose transfer is mandatory (i.e. necessary in the case of data whose fields include an asterisk), to make sure that Advice Group is able to meet the user’s requesta as part of the Website/APP functionality. Failure to enter Personal Data, or entering incorrect information, in fields with an asterisk because they are necessary for the services in question,  makes it impossible to render them; on the other hand, failture to enter Personal Data or entering information in optional fields does not entail any consequence.
Personal Data may be transferred: a) by filling out the relevant fields in the various sections of the Website/APP; or b) they may be filled in automatically if the person concerned has joined a Social Network and has agreed to passing on to Advice Group some of the data which the person in question has already transferred to the said Social Network; in the latter case, Advice Group recommends that special attention should be paid to the following:
i) if you select a link for registration with a Social Network, from a Website/APP or on one of the Advice Group pages on that Social Network, a window will appear with a box which you can check to agree for Personal Data to be passed on from the Social Network to Advice Group, as well as three links, to be selected:
a) to review this information;
b) for a list of personal data which may be optional or mandatory, depending on the specific treatment purposes;
c) for the list of the data which the Social Network is about to send to Advice Group;
ii) the users, after having read the information, checked the box where they confirm that they are older than 18 and informed about the data whose transfer is mandatory, may select the link referred to under item c) above to deselect those data which they do not wish to transfer to Advice Group through notification via the Social Network.
Both in the case of Personal Data being transferred by filling in the relevant fields, and in the event of automated filling in via the Social Network, if the user has omitted to enter one or more of the mandatory data, an error message will appear from Barilla with a list of the missing mandatory Personal Data.

Categories of Personal Data subject to treatment
Apart from any Personal Data transferred directly by the users (e.g. name, surname, address, e-mail address, password, age, date of birth, sex, image, profession, marital status, etc.), while browsing a Website, the IT systems and software procedures in charge of operating the said Website automatically administer and/or acquire some information which could be persona data, whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols (the latter includes, by means of example but not only, what are known as “cookies” (which will be described in more detail below), “IP” addresses, domain names of the computers used by those who browse the Website, the “Url” coded addresses of the resources required, the time a request was placed with the server).

Use of Cookies
Cookies are text lines which serve as IT markers sent by a server (in this case, the one of this Website) to a users’ device (usually the Internet browser) when the latter enters a specific website page; these cookies are then automatically saved by the user’s browser, and passed on to the server which has generated them, every time the user accesses the same Internet page. In this way, for example, cookies permit and facilitate browsing of some Internet pages with a view to improving the user’s experience, or they may allow for the saving of specific pages which have been visited as well as other information, including for example the most frequently visited webpages, any connection errors, etc. Therefore, in order to allow for streamlined and comprehensive use of this Website, it is advisable for the user to select a browser configuration which enables receiving those cookies.
Many of the browsers are set to accept cookies automatically. However, it is possible for users to edit the default configuration in order to disable or delete cookies (every time, or once and for all); this, however, might jeopardise optimal use of some areas of the Website. It is also possible to verify the type and methods of the cookies saved on a browser by changing the cookie settings on the individual browser.
Cookies are text lines which serve as IT markers sent by a server (in this case, the one of this Website) to a users’ device (usually the Internet browser) when the latter enters a specific website page; these cookies are then automatically saved by the user’s browser, and passed on to the server which has generated them, every time the user accesses the same Internet page. In this way, for example, cookies permit and facilitate browsing of some Internet pages with a view to improving the user’s experience, or they may allow for the saving of specific pages which have been visited as well as other information, including for example the most frequently visited webpages, any connection errors, etc. Therefore, in order to allow for streamlined and comprehensive use of this Website, it is advisable for the user to select a browser configuration which enables receiving those cookies.
Types and management of Cookies

  1. “Technical cookies”:
  2. “Strictly necessary cookies”:

They are necessary in order to browse a Website/APP and to use its functionalities, for example to allow for correct visualisation or to access reserved areas. Therefore by disabling these cookies, these actions will be blocked.

  1. “Performance cookies”:

They collect information about the efficiency of responses by a Website/APP with regard to users’ requests in anonymous form, for the sole purpose of enhancing the Website/Internet APP functionalities; for example which are the most frequently browsed webpages by the users and if there have been errors or downtime in accessing any webpages.

  1. “Functionality cookies”:

They allow the Website/APP to remember the choices made by the user and to show them again on the occasion of subsequent accesses in order to provide better and more customised services: for example they can be used to display similar contents to those previously requested by the user.

  1. “Targeting cookies”:

Their purpose is to send users advertising which is potentially close to their interest, based on their browsing history. For example they can be used to limit the delivery of a given type of advertising, or to infer how effective a campaign is from the number of times the relevant ad has been viewed. These cookies can also be delivered by third parties, for example on behalf of advertisers. The user is free to accept these cookies or not by consenting (“opt in”) in advance of the latter being delivered.

Google Analytics 
This Website/APP uses Google Analytics, a Web analysis service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses “cookies”, i.e. text files which are saved on the user’s computer to allow for an analysis of how users browse the Website/APP. All information which is generated by these cookies about how the user browses the Website/APP, is sent to a server managed by Google where they are saved. Google will use this information to analyse how the user browses the Websiteo/APP, draft reports about actions on the Website/APP, as well as to provide further services to the manager of this Website/APP as regards use of the Website/APP and of the Internet. The IP address sent by the browser to the user through through Google Analytics will not be associated with any other data owned by Google. The user may prevent the cookies from being saved by editing the software settings on the individual browser; this, however, may prevent complete use of all the functionalities in this Website/APP. Moreover, the user may prevent recording of any data produced by the cookies and related to use of the Website/APP (including the person’s IP address) on Google, as well as the processing of these data by Google, by downloading and installing the browser plugin from the following link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it.
Entering the Website/APP, the user agrees to personal data being processed by Google using the methods and for the purposes listed above.

Disabling cookies(“opt-out”):
According to the standards for personal data protection, the user is entitled to disable cookies already delivered (“opt-out”). This clause is available for what are known as “technical cookies” (art. 122 of the Code), as well as for those which are not included among “technical cookies” already accepted by the user (“opt in”).
Based on this classification, the user may disable and/or delete cookies (“opt-out”) through the relevant settings on the individual browser, as well as disable and/or delete individual “non-technical” cookies delivered by third parties, in the case of users based in the European Union, from the website managed by the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA) at the address www.youronlinechoices.eu and, in the case of users resident in the United States of America, at the address http://www.aboutads.info/choises/ . These websites are not managed by the data Processor; the latter therefore declines any responsibility with regard to their respective contents.

How to enable or disable cookies on individual browers:
The user may prevent the browser from accepting cookies. This choice, however, may block some functionalities of the webpages.
Below are the some links made available by the main browsers in order to disable the use of cookies:
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11
Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/it/kb/Gestione%20dei%20cookie
Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=it
Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1677?viewlocale=it_IT

Groups of persons who may be informed about users’ Personal Data
Personal Data may be divulged to employees or co-workers in the data Processor’s offices who – reporting directly to the latter – are selected as supervisors or persons in charge of data processing, according to articles 29 and 30 of the Code and will receive the relevant operating instructions; the same concept applies to any Supervisors appointed by the data Processor in respect of the said Supervisors’ employees or co-workers.

Area of commuincation or circulation of users’ personal data
None of the Personal Data entered by the users shall be divulged to third parties, unless the user has entered these personal data in his/her nickname or has uploaded an image, in which case they may be transferred to third parties, with whom Barilla may have entered agreements as to advertising on the respective websites, and therefore circulated therein.

Data Processor and Supervisor
The data Processor is Advice Group S.p.A., with headquarters in Turin, Via Vincenzo Gioberti, 16 – ZIP code 10128.

Users’ rights according to art. 7 of the Code

“Article 7 Right of access to personal data and other rights”
1. The persons concerned are also entitled to be informed about any personal data concerning them, even if they have not be registered yet, and to their communication in an intelligible form.
2. The person concerned is entitled to receive an indication regarding:
a) the origin of personal data;
b) the treatment purposes and methods;
c) the logic followed in the case of treatment using electronic instruments;
d) the identification data for the data processor, supervisor and designated representative accoding to article 5, paragraph 2;
e) the persons or groups of persons to whom the personal data can be communicated or who could become aware of them as designated representative in the territory of the State, of supervisors or persons in charge.
3. The person concerned is entitled to obtain:
a) the updating, amendment or – if required – the integration of data;
b) the deleting, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data treated in violation of the law, including those which do not need to be stored in relation to the purposes for which the data have been collected or subsequently processed;
c) a statement that the operations referred to under items a) and b) have been notified, also as regards their content, to those to whom the data are communicated or divulged, except in cases where this should prove impossible or involve the use of means which are patently disproportionate in respect of the right safeguarded.
4. The persons concerned are entitled to object, totally or in part:
a) for legitimate reasons to the processing of personal data concerning them, even if they are related to the purpose of the collection;

Ways of exercising the rights according to art. 7 and to receive a list of data processing Supervisors
The user, at any time, is entitled to exercise any of the rights according to art. 7 of the Code, by sending an e-mail message or a letter by ordinary mail to the personal data Treatment processor in charge.
Moreover, the user having consented to the processing of personal data, may object to it for the purposes referred to under letter c) involving use of the e-mail address of the user in question, by clicking on the relevant link which appears in all e-mail messages.

Transfer of rights on Contributions and consent to use of the image
by registering with the Website/APP, the user:
A) declares that: i) any right on the Contributions posted on the Website/APP on the occasion of participation in the Initiative belongs to the user, who is the sole person responsible for any damage or claim which Advice Group might incur as a consequence of the Contributions being posted; ii) the Contributions posted by the user do not contain material which could hinder their publication, e.g. because it might be considered obscene, racist, defamatory, blaspheme, pedopornographic, and that they are original, i.e. they do not violate any intellectual or industrial property rights of others, nor any copyright, trademark, insignia, patent, etc.;
B) authorises Advice Group: a) to conduct an admissibility check on the Contributions, with a view to excluding those which contain material that could be considered against decorum and personal dignity, or which could prove to be offensive, defamatory, obscene, indecent, injurious or inciting to hatred, violence or reckless behaviours, or which could attempt or encourage to contravene any laws or regulations;
C) transfers to Advice Group, free of charge and on a permanent basis, all right to publish and use the Contributions for business purposes related to Advice Group products, on internet sites owned by Advice Group and/or by others, as well as on its own business products or on any other support (also in a modified and/or readjusted and/or figurative form chosen by Advice Group), without limits of time and space and without any opposition, for reproduction, publication and dissemination, as well as for communication or implementation using any means which is considered appropriate or necessary; this includes – by means of example – TV, press, posters, cinema, books, the Internet and any other form or means of broadcasting, or implementation, existing or invented in the future;
D) agrees to Advice Group using his or her image possibly transferred (using any one of the means listed under C) above), and for the whole term of the Website/APP, according to art. 96 of the copyright law.