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Information regarding personal data protection pursuant to Article 13 of General Data Protection Regulation EU 2016/679

TRENTINO SVILUPPO S.p.A., with registered office in Rovereto, Via Zeni No. 8, represented by its pro tempore legal representative, as Data Controller of the personal data you have voluntarily provided (verbally, via e-mail, via the website, etc.), wishes to provide you with the following information regarding the processing of personal data as per article 13 of the GDPR (in short, ‘Privacy Policy Information Notice’).

1. Data Controller identity and contact data

Trentino Sviluppo S.p.A.

Via Zeni, n. 8 - 38068 Rovereto (TN)

Ph. (+39) 0464 443111

Tax Code and VAT No.: 00123240228

2. Data Protection Officer contact data

Studio Associato Ziglio dott. Renato & Ziglio dott. Federica
Premises of the Data Protection Officer (“DPO”)
Via Zeni, n. 8 - 38068 Rovereto (TN) E-mail:

3. Purposes of personal data processing, relating legal basis and storage periods

Your personal data will be processed for the following purposes:

Navigation data (language settings, IP address, device settings, operating system for mobile devices, usage time, URL request, status information, user agent (browser version information), operating system. The website may also collect the data, including for third parties, using cookies (see Cookie Policy).Navigation control inside the website and technical management of the services provided, as well as allowing for analysis, checking numbers of visitors and ensuring security and excellent functioning of the website and of the navigation/services for users. The legal basis of processing consists in the legitimate interests pursued by the data controller to ensure security and best operation of the website, as well as to protect its rights. The personal data will be stored for the time necessary to fulfill the purposes for which they were collected, as well as to handle any disputes with any third parties and in any case for the time necessary to complete the activities, including the identification and prevention of fraud or other illegal activities.
Identification and contact data voluntarily provided by the data subject when using the services offered by the website.Reply to any requests for information from the data subjects and/or supply the services they request.The legal basis for processing is the execution of measures implemented on request of the data subject, the performance of a contract the data subject is a party to, or pre-contractual measures adopted at the data subject’s request.The personal data will be stored for the time necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected. 
Identifying and contact data voluntarily provided by the data subject while using the services offered by the website.Sending the data subject, via the contact data provided in the website, notifications regarding initiatives, services offered by the Data Controller as well as sending newsletters, publications, questionnaires and surveys via e-mail following the data subject’s registration with the service and only after the expression of specific consent that will be requested during registration with the service.The legal basis for processing is the data subject’s consent as well as the Data Controller’s legitimate interests (see Recital 47 of EU Reg. 679/2016) in publicising and developing its business, provided that the interests or rights and freedoms of the data subject are not overriding, taking into consideration the reasonable expectations of the data subject based on their relationship with the data controller.The personal data will be stored for a period of 24 months for the sending of notifications to the data subject. At the end of the 24-month period, the data subject will receive a request for confirmation of consent to receive notifications from the Data Controller.
Identifying and contact data voluntarily provided by the data subject while using the services offered by the website.Compliance with obligations deriving from laws, regulations, community legislation.The legal basis for processing is compliance with a legal obligation to which the Data Controller is subject.Personal data will be stored based on legal obligations, as well as for the purpose of handling any disputes.
Identifying and contact data voluntarily provided by the data subject while using the services offered by the website.Participation in calls and opportunities for the management of participation ranking.The legal basis for processing is the execution of measures implemented at the request of the data subject, the performance of a contract the data subject is a party to, or pre-contractual measures adopted at the data subject’s request.Personal data will be processed and stored for the time strictly necessary to complete the execution of this Notice (barring prior withdrawal of consent), and once the Notice is ended the Data Controller will erase the personal data. The Data Controller may be obliged to store the personal data for a longer period of time in compliance with a legal obligation or by order of an authority.
Identifying, contact and corporate data.Publication and dissemination of data regarding rankings, call results and awarding in the sections “Società trasparente” and “Bandi e appalti” of this website.The legal basis for processing is compliance with a legal obligation to which the Data Controller is subject.The data will be erased based on the provisions of the pertinent laws.

4. Optionality of personal data provision

Apart from the foregoing specifications about navigation data, data subjects are free to provide personal data in the website’s request forms, for example when requesting the sending of information material, of newsletters or of notifications and/or replies to the requests sent through the website. The withholding of the data may imply the impossibility of obtaining the service requested. Data provision is optional for the sending of commercial notifications and offers. Refusal will not prejudice the provision of the other services. The data subject may object to processing at any time, even after giving consent for commercial purposes, by sending a request to the Data Controller via e-mail to

5. Categories of personal data recipients

The data subject’s personal data will be accessed by and therefore made known only to subjects authorised by the Data Controller, limited to the data necessary for carrying out their tasks.
Without prejudice to the notifications sent in compliance with legal and contractual obligations, all of the data collected and processed may be released only for the purposes specified above to:

  • Subjects authorised by the Data Controller (employees, trainees and consultants);
  • Data Processors and/or independent contractors of the Data Controller (e.g.: legal counsel, accountants, IT technicians, suppliers of services linked to the website activities, etc.);
  • Public and private subjects to whom the data must be sent for legal or regulation purposes;
  • Subjects performing activities functional to the performance of contracts or services requested by the data subject, who in some cases may process the data in their capacity as autonomous data controllers.

6. Storage and transfer of personal data abroad

The data may be transferred abroad only if the Data Controller decides to avail itself of IT services (website, electronic mail, cloud computing, e-mail direct marketing) run by suppliers residing in countries outside the European Union or that use servers located in foreign countries.
The Data Controller will transfer the data only to recipients offering adequate levels of data protection. In these cases, this will be done based on contract clauses or contract agreements that ensure protection in line with the European standards, or based on decisions of adequacy concerning the recipient country.

7. Data subject’s rights

As per articles 15 to 22 of the GDPR, the data subject has the right to exercise the rights indicated therein, and in particular the following:

  • Right of access – Obtain confirmation regarding whether your personal data are being processed or not and, if they are, obtain pertinent information, and in particular: the purposes of processing, the categories of personal data concerned and their storage period, the recipients to whom the personal data may be disclosed (Article 15, GDPR);
  • Right to rectification – Obtain, without undue delay, the rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning you and the integration of incomplete personal data (Article 16, GDPR);
  • Right to erasure – Obtain, without undue delay, the erasure of personal data concerning you on the grounds indicated in the GDPR (Article 17, GDPR);
  • Right to restriction of processing – Obtain from the Co-Controllers the restriction of processing on the grounds indicated in the GDPR (Article 18, GDPR);
  • Right to data portability – Receive in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, the personal data concerning you as provided to the Co-Controllers, as well as to transmit those data to another Controller without hindrance, on the grounds indicated in the GDPR (Article 20, GDPR);
  • Right to object – Object to the processing of your personal data unless the Co-Controllers demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for the processing (Article 21, GDPR);
  • Right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority – Lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority for the protection of personal data.

The data subject may exercise his/her rights by sending a request to the following e-mail address:

Cookie policy

What they are and what they are used for

Cookies are small text files that are saved on your computer when you visit websites on the Internet.
They are sent to your device (usually to the browser) by the website you visit and then stored so as to be sent back to the same websites on your next visit.
You can collect very large quantities of them, and sometimes they stay stored for even long periods of time. They are used for various reasons: performance of computer authentications, session monitoring, storage of information about specific configurations regarding your accesses to the servers, and so on.

How we use cookies on our website

For our website and its sub-domains we use cookies to improve navigation and to customise user-oriented information, asking for your consent where the applicable laws or regulations require it. We also use similar systems to collection information regarding your navigation for statistical or security purposes, such as IP address, browser type and operating system used and/or web pages visited by a user, for example.
This is to inform you that, should you wish to disable or refuse the cookies, some parts of the site relating to the sub-domains could become inaccessible or function incorrectly.
For this reason, to be able to easily and completely use this website, you are invited to accept the reception of these cookies.
Cookies will not damage your computer, tablet or smartphone. The cookies generated by the website do not store personal and identifying data but only encrypted information.

Our website and its sub-domains use the following cookies:

Navigation cookies
Navigation cookies are essential for your navigation of the website and the use of its functions. Without these cookies some functions may become inaccessible or may work incorrectly.
The strictly necessary cookies are used to memorise an identifier so as to distinguish the user from all others and provide that user with coherent and precise service.

Performance cookies
Performance cookies may be ours or of partners, and may be session or persistent cookies. Their use is limited to the website’s performance and improvement. These cookies do not collect information capable of identifying the user. All of the information collected by these cookies are grouped in anonymous form and used only to improve the functionality of the website.

Functional cookies
These cookies usually derive from the user’s actions but may also be implemented in the supply of a service, not explicitly requested by the user but offered to him/her. They can also be used to avoid offering again a specific user a previously offered service. Additionally, these cookies allow the site to keep track of the user’s choices. The information collected by these cookies are anonymous and cannot be used to track back to the user’s behaviour on other websites.

Third party cookies for marketing/retargeting
Third party cookies are used by our website’s partners to propose our advertisement messages when you visit other websites, showing the last products you viewed on the site, for example. These cookies can be used also to show products that could interest you or are similar to those you viewed previously. The use of these cookies does not imply the processing of personal data but may allow connection to the browser installed on your computer or on other devices used during navigation.

How to disable cookies

The regulations regarding the protection of personal data envisage the option of your disabling the cookies already provided (called “opt-out”). The opt-out is envisaged for “technical cookies” (Art. 122 of the Italian Privacy Code), and for cookies not categorised as “technical cookies” previously accepted (“opt-in”) by the user.
You can disable and/or delete cookies (“opt-out”) via the specific settings of your browser, and you can disable and/or delete single non-technical cookies provided by third parties by accessing the website run by the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA) at

How to disable cookies from Microsoft Edge (environment: windows; mode: desktop)

1. In the top right-hand corner, open the menu “Settings and more”
2. Click on “Settings”.
3. Select the “Cookies and site permissions” panel.
4. Click on the first item “Manage and clear cookies and site data”.
5. Uncheck/check the cookies to be enabled/disabled.

How to disable cookies from Firefox (environment: windows; mode: desktop)

To set Firefox so that it blocks cookies from all websites:
1. In the top right-hand corner, click on “Settings”.
2. Select the “Privacy & Security” panel.
3. Under the item “Cookies and website data” it is possible to eliminate and manage data, or manage the exceptions to selectively disable cookies.

How to disable cookies from Google Chrome (environment: windows; mode: desktop) 

1. In the top right-hand corner, click on “Settings”.
2. Select the “Privacy & Security” panel.
3. Select the “All cookies and site data” panel. Customise which cookies you wish to block.

List of all the cookies used on our website (function and average time of storage) 

 ASP.NET_SessionIdUsed to store the anonymous user session by the web serverDuration of the session
Google _dc_gtm_UA-57518293-1Used by Google Tag Manager to check the loading of the script tags of Google AnalyticsDuration of the session
Facebook_fbcStore the last visit2 years
Facebook_fbpStore and track the visits between websites3 months
Google Analytics_gaCount and track page views 2 years
Google Analytics_gatFilter BOT requests
1 minute
Google Analytics _gidCount and track page views1 day
Google Analytics _utmaUsed to calculate recent statistics about the visitor and the time passed after the last visit2 years
Google Analytics _utmbThis cookie works synchronously with __utmc to provide data about the duration of the navigation with respect to the pages
Session cookie, eliminated after 30 minutes
Google Analytics_utmcThis cookie works synchronously with __utmb to provide data about the duration of the navigation with respect to the pagesSession cookie, eliminated when the browser is closed
Google Analytics_utmkContains a value for all UTM cookies listedAlways
Google Analytics_utmv
This cookie is used for individual contents and for user-defined analysesAlways
Google Analytics_utmxContains the values of the Google Website Optimizer2 years
Google Analytics_utmzContains an alpha-numerical value that identifies your Google account, a numerical value of its creation, several parameters relating to the number of site visits and a set of information regarding the source, the campaign and the key words entered. It memorises the source of traffic or of the campaign that explains how the user found the website6 months 
Google Adsense_gcl_auTracking and storing conversionsAlways
Yandex Metrica_ym_dStoring the first visit to the website 1 year

Facebookc_userMemorise a univocal ID for the users1 year
FacebookdatrEnable prevention against fraud2 years
Facebookdpr Performance1 week 
Facebook frEnable retargeting3 months
Facebook spin 1 day
Facebook xs Memorise a univocal ID for the users3 months 
FacebooksbSave details on the browser 2 years


CloudFlare _cf_bm Protect the site from bots. The cookie contains information for calculating the “Bot score” and understanding if anomalous sessions are present.
(Bot Management)
30 minutes

Twitter guest_id Identifies and tracks the website visitor1 year 10 months 23 days 
Twitter Personalization_id Integration with Twitter and sharing on social media1 year 9 months 16 days

Google DoubleClickDSIDIdentifies on non-Google websites a user that has carried out access and memorises the user’s preferences regarding customisation of ads2 weeks
Google DoubleClickIDEAs above, a cookie used to target ads13 months
Google DoubleClickRULDetermines whether the ads have been displayed and tracks which ads.
In short, a marketing cookie
1 year

Update data: 02.08.2021