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Privacy e Cookie Policy


This Privacy Policy aims at providing details of the processing, and related methods of use, of personal data referred to users/visitors of this website HTTPS://WWW.GIANCARLOPEDOTE.IT/.

Web users and visitors are recommended to read carefully this Privacy Policy before sending any personal information and/or filling in any electronic form posted on this website.

This information is given in accordance with European Union ePrivacy law and the Italian Privacy Code (article 13 of Legislative Decree n.196/03).

1. Redirecting to other websites

This website has hyperlinks that allow the user to be redirected to other sites, maintained by third parties. We disclaim all liability with regard to the processing of personal data operated through and/or in connection with such third party websites.

Any user who accesses such web pages and/or social-networking platforms through the website is therefore required to read the relevant information on the processing of personal data in order to fully understand how your data will be treated by those third parties who, acting as independent controllers, provide and manage the sites in question.


2. Categories of personal data collected

 (A) Traffic data

The computer systems and software procedures used for the operation of this Site must acquire, during their ordinary operations, some personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of communication protocols of the Internet.

This category of data includes: the IP addresses, the type of browser, the operating system, the domain name and the address of the website used for access, the information relating to the pages visited by the User within the Site. , the date and time of access, the time spent by the User on a specific page, the analysis of internal paths and other parameters related to the operating system and the IT environment used by the User.

These computer / technical data are collected and used exclusively in aggregate form and are not immediately identifiable.

(B) Personal data provided directly by the User

The Site accepts a limited number of sections appointed to collect only the personal data that the User has decided to share (for example, subscription to the newsletter, registration in the press area, the contact form) in order to meet the requests receipts. In light of the above, the User who does not want his personal data to be collected is therefore invited not to send any request.


3. Purposes of data processing

This Website has been designed with the primary purpose of providing information and for this purpose presents an interactive screen. The information provided concerns the sporting and professional activities of the navigator Giancarlo Pedote. For this reason, in most cases, the collection of personal data of the User is not necessary.

Users' personal data will be processed by the Company for the sole purpose of:

  1. allow adequate navigation within the Site;
  2. to provide users with an improved exploration and to allow them to obtain more information on the activities of Giancarlo Pedote;
  3. respond to and satisfy users' requests;
  4. comply with the obligations established by applicable law and / or requests or orders given by the competent authorities;
  5. send newsletters (under the name of newsletters or press releases) regarding the activities of Giancarlo Pedote.


4. Legal basis for data processing 

Except as otherwise specified, the provision of personal data by the User is optional. However, it should be noted that if the User refuses to provide certain data to the Company, it may not be possible to satisfy the User's requests or provide them with certain services (eg, newsletter).

The processing of the data listed in points a) to d) above does not require the acquisition of consent by the User, as they are based on a different legal basis, namely the need to perform and provide the services that were requested by the User and the need to ensure compliance with legal obligations.

On the contrary, although the sending of newsletters provides for the registration of the User, the Company will not be able to provide this type of communication without specific consent from the User. 


5. Methods of processing and data security

Personal data are processed lawfully and correctly for the purposes set out above and in compliance with the fundamental principles established in the applicable legislation.

The data processing operations can be performed either manually or electronically, or using IT tools, without prejudice to the use of technical and organizational measures that ensure data security and confidentiality, in particular in order to reduce the risk of accidental destruction or illegal, loss, modification and disclosure or unauthorized access to personal data or, more generally, any processing that does not respect the purposes of data collection.

The processing will be performed under the authority of the Data Controller and exclusively by persons who have been duly authorized to access and process the data in accordance with the directives provided and the applicable laws and regulations regarding the protection of personal data.


6. Communication to third parties

Personal data collected through the Website can not be shared or communicated to third parties without the User's specific consent.

If the Company makes available to third-party suppliers or partners (such as service providers, e-mail service providers, hosting providers, IT services companies, communication agencies) the data collected in order to allow the latter to provide certain services connected to the purposes listed above or necessary to achieve them, it will be the responsibility of the Data Controller to designate such third parties responsible for the treatment by virtue of their capacity, experience and reliability, as well as provide them with specific instructions regarding data security. The updated list of designated data processors can be consulted at any time by sending a written request to COMUNICAZIONE@GIANCARLOPEDOTE.IT.

It is however understood that the User's personal data must be communicated to third parties, such as public or judicial authorities, to comply with the orders and binding requests and to comply with the applicable legal provisions.


7. Data retention

Personal data collected through the Website will be stored in a format that allows the User to be identified for a time not exceeding that necessary to fulfill the purposes for which the data were initially collected and, in any case, within the limits defined by the law and by the applicable regulations, as well as to assert or safeguard the rights of the Data Controller (in compliance with the retention periods and the limitation forecasts defined by law), where necessary.

If they are no longer necessary in light of the above, the data will be deleted or made anonymous. 


8. Cookie

      1. Introduction

This Policy aims to illustrate the ways in which personal data are collected and processed through the cookies used on the site, also providing information on the choices that each User can operate in terms of checking the types of cookies that are installed at the time in which accesses the site and proceeds to navigation.

It should be noted that this Policy uses the term "cookies" to refer also to similar technologies covered by applicable law (such as, for example, Local Shared Objects, commonly referred to as "flash cookies", "web beacons" or "web bugs" , including clear transparent GIFs, etc.).

The information collected using these tools represent data that, in some cases, could allow Users to be identified through the association of such data to information stored by third parties (such as, for example, IP address, DNS and registration numbers of computers used to connect to the Website). These data are used and processed exclusively for statistical purposes.

  1. What is a cookie

A cookie is a small file, usually formed by letters and numbers, which is downloaded onto a device when the User accesses the Site. At each subsequent visit, the cookies are sent back to the Site that originated them. Cookies are useful because they allow a site to recognize a user's device.

For some time the use of cookies and similar technologies has become a common practice; specifically cookies play an important role in the provision of many online services. The use of these technologies is therefore not prohibited by law, but requires that the user be appropriately informed about their operation and the consequences deriving from their use, so that they can decide whether to refuse them, where possible.

2.1 The different types of cookies

Session and persistent cookies

Cookies can be deleted at the end of a browsing session (the period from when a user opens the browser window until it closes it) or can be stored longer.

Session cookies - allow the Site to link the actions of a User during a browsing session. They can be used for a variety of purposes, such as remembering what a User has placed in their shopping cart while browsing a site. They could also be used for security reasons, for example in the case where a user uses internet banking or to facilitate the use of webmail. Session cookies are deleted when the browsing session is closed.

Session cookies are in no way stored permanently on the User's computer and are automatically deleted when the browser is closed. They are used exclusively to transmit data, ie random numbers generated by the server, able to identify a specific session and are necessary to allow the safe and efficient exploration of the site. Session cookies used on this site do not use any other type of information technology potentially prejudicial to the confidentiality of browsing Users.

Persistent cookies - remain stored on users' device between a browsing session and the next, allowing you to remember the user's actions within a site (or in some cases within multiple sites). Persistent cookies can be used for a variety of purposes, including remembering the preferences and choices of users who use a site.

First-party and third-party cookies - A cookie can be "first-party" or "third-party" depending on the website or domain that generates it. First-party cookies are essentially cookies created by the same website visited by the user, ie the site displayed in the URL window, and in this case correspond to cookies created by The third-party cookies are cookies created by a domain other than that visited by the user, that is, in this case, cookies created by a site other than Therefore, if a User visits the Site on which a third party has inserted a cookie, said cookie is configured as a third-party cookie..

  1. Consent for the use of cookies

Some cookies are strictly necessary for the correct operation of the Internet and the Site and do not require the consent of the User, such as those that ensure a quick and effective loading of the page content by distributing the workload between different computers or those aimed at protecting data security.

Other cookies are deemed to be necessary or important in a certain way but are not strictly necessary and therefore require the user's consent.

This site acquires the consent of the User through various methods, including the mechanism that provides for the selection of the specific box on the banner containing the information on the use of cookies published on the page to access the site.

The User has the right to revoke the consent at any time, aware of the fact that such revocation could have an impact on the functionality of the site.

  1. Cookies used by the site

In managing this Site, cookies are used to offer services and improve the User experience, as well as to develop aggregated statistics on the basis of data collected for various purposes.

Thanks to these cookies it is possible to distinguish each User from the others and therefore offer Users a good browsing experience within their Site, also guaranteeing their continuous improvement.

The cookies used by the Data Controller are "technical" and "analytical" cookies:

  1. technical cookies: necessary for navigation within the Site and to be able to use some functions (for example, to move from one page to another, etc.);
  2. analytical cookies: used for statistical analysis of access to the site. The information is collected on an aggregated basis, except in the case of statistics related to the sending of newsletters (including press releases), managed with Acymailing through which we register the links that are clicked, who opened the newsletters, user IP address / geolocation / browser version / platform. Those who subscribe to the newsletter accept that these data are recorded.
  3. Marketing cookies: they are used to monitor visitors on websites. The intent is to display relevant and engaging ads for the individual user and therefore the most valuable ones for publishers and third party advertisers.

It is possible to see the list of cookies used on the site through the specific commands of the different browsers.

If you want to learn more about how the browser stores cookies while browsing the site, and to view an updated list of cookies used, please follow these guides:




or the following links on the websites of the respective suppliers.
Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome
Internet Explorer
Safari 6/7 Mavericks
Safari 8 Yosemite
Safari su iPhone, iPad, o iPod touch


  1. Disable and delete cookies

Most websites and devices are usually set to accept cookies. If you prefer, the User can normally disable cookies by updating the browser or device settings in order to remove or refuse cookies (eg cookies can be disabled by following the instructions provided by the browser, usually available in the "Help", "Preferences" or "Settings" menus). In the event that the User wishes to delete any cookies already present on his device, please refer to the relevant navigation browser instructions in the help area, support, history or tools.

Please note that the choice to remove or refuse cookies, or to limit the use of other similar technologies, can have consequences on access to the Site or its functionality. For more information, visit or, both containing further details on cookies, their operation and the choices that the user can operate.

  1. Data retention

Personal data collected through cookies will be stored in a format that allows the identification of the User within the limits defined by the applicable regulations and regulations, in particular as regards the need to verify cybercrimes to the detriment of the Website and / or to assert or safeguard the rights in compliance with the retention periods and the limitation forecasts defined by the law, where necessary.

If they are no longer necessary in light of the above, the data will be deleted or made anonymous.

  1. Circulation of data

No information collected on the Website through the use of cookies can be in any way communicated or disclosed to non-designated subjects.


9. Rights of the interested party

The User can exercise his rights at any time, including:

  1. access your personal data;
  2. obtain immediate rectification of personal data considered to be incorrect;
  3. obtain the cancellation of data in the cases provided for by law;
  4. obtain limitations on processing, where permitted;
  5. request the portability of the data provided to the Data Controller, or the right to receive such data in a structured format, commonly used and readable by an automatic device, also to transmit this data to another data controller without impediments by of the Company, in all cases provided for by the regulations in force;
  6. propose a complaint to the competent supervisory authority, or the Data Protection Authority.

In order to exercise the rights listed above and / or for any further information and / or clarification regarding the COMMUNICATION@GIANCARLOPEDOTE.IT


10. Data controller

The Data Controller is NOESIS sarl, a company incorporated under French law. The Company will be held responsible exclusively for its own cookies, ie the first-party cookies, while the third-party cookies fall within the control sphere of the companies identified in the table above, as updated from time to time.

To contact the Data Protection Officer of the Data Controller, write to COMUNICAZIONE@GIANCARLOPEDOTE.IT.


11. Update of this policy

The Data Controller reserves the right to modify and / or supplement this Privacy Policy at any time in order to incorporate new provisions of law and / or to include new services. Users are therefore invited to regularly visit this page.

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