Privacy & Cookie Policy

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Information pursuant to article 13 of Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003 (Personal Data Protection Code) and article 13 of EU Regulation 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation).

This page contains information regarding the processing of the personal data of the users of this website (www.ilaria-translations.com).

This privacy policy may be updated at any time; it applies to this website only, and does not apply to any other website that Ilaria-Translations.com may link to.


Data Processor and Controller

The Data Controller and Processor for this website is Ilaria Sclafani, who can be contacted via e-mail at ila.sclafani (at) gmail (dot) com. Unless otherwise stated (that is, on the privacy policies of the services used to run this website), data processing takes place in San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy.


Data Processing and Privacy

If you fill out the contact form, send an e-mail or write a comment to a blog post, your personal information (i.e. your name, e-mail address, website URL) will be used only for the purpose of replying to your message, and will not be shared with third parties without your consent.

Should you wish to know whether or not personal data concerning you exists, have the same updated, rectified or erased, please send an e-mail to ila.sclafani (at) gmail (dot) com.

 

Contact Form

The Ilaria Translations website has a contact form. Once you fill out the form with your name, e-mail address and message (including its subject), this information will be sent to Ilaria Translations’ Gmail account.

You can read Google’s privacy policy by clicking here.

 

Blog Comments

Comments make it possible for blog readers to exchange ideas and opinions with one another. If you wish to add a comment to a particular post, you can use the comment form at the bottom of the page. Personal information such as your name (or WordPress username), e-mail address and website address (optional) are required to fill out the form.

Two WordPress plugins, Jetpack and Akismet, which are both by Automattic (as is WordPress itself), are used to manage comments. Click here to read Automattic’s privacy policy.


Hosting

This website is hosted on Aruba, whose services are compliant with EU Regulation 2016/679. For further information, you can visit this page.


Cookies

Cookies are small text files that are saved on your device (i.e. computer, smartphone) while you are browsing the Web. For example, if you sign in to a social networking website, cookies save your username and password on your browser so that the next time you visit that website, you do not have to sign in again.

On this website, cookies are used to inform you that my website uses cookies, and to invite you to read the Privacy and Cookie Policy.

This site uses the Jetpack WordPress plugin to track its traffic, and consequently to analyse information such as:

  • how many people visit Ilaria Translations,
  • where they are from (only their nation is shown, no IPs are collected),
  • which pages they visit,
  • which links they click on,
  • how they came to my website.

The aforementioned data is collected anonymously and mainly with the purpose of improving the Ilaria Translations website.

The Jetpack plugin makes it possible for you to share a page on a social media platform of your choice by placing specific buttons at the bottom of a page. Once you log in to your account, a social networking website uses cookies to “recognise” you while you are browsing other websites and wish to share a content on your profile.

Ilaria Translations in no way responsible for the way social networking websites use your data. For further information on how they collect and use your data, please refer to their Privacy Policies:

 

Cookie Management

It is possible to block cookies or delete those already saved on your device. By clicking on the links below, you can find information on how to manage cookies in your browser:

To know more about cookies, you can visit the About Cookies website.


Page last updated on 12 September 2018.

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