CONFIDENTIALITY POLICY of HEIDELBERGER DRUCKMASCHINEN ROMANIA s.r.l.
Heidelberger Druckmaschinen Romania s.r.l., registered with the Trade Register under no. J40/ 2986/1995, fiscal registration code RO7369456, having its legal seat in str. Baiculesti nr. 1, ground floor, sector 1, Bucharest, postal code 013187 ("the Company”, "We” or "Us”) observes your confidentiality and undertakes to protect it by the application of the present Confidentiality The present Confidentiality Policy describes the personal information we collect from you or which you provide on www.heidelberg-cps.ro (our “website”) and how this information is used.
Our confidentiality policy does not apply to information collected from any third-party website which may have a link to or be accessible from our Website.
Please read carefully the information below to understand our policies and practices on your Personal Information and how we deal with it.
Information we collect about you
We collect multiple types of information from and about the users of our Website, including, for instance:
- • information we collect when you navigate our website, including IP addresses, cookies and web beacons;
- • name and surname, contact details, records and copies of the correspondence (including e-mail addresses), if you contact and access our application forms on-line.
Details on use, IP addresses, cookies and other technologies
• Details on use and IP addresses..We may collect statistical information on the equipment, actions and navigation patterns of our Website users This information is derived from your visit and navigation on the Website. Information may include, for instance: (a) traffic, data on logs and other communication data; (b) information on the resources you access; and (c) information on your computer and internet connection (e.g., including your IP address, operating system and browser type), for the system management;
• Cookies. We can obtain information related to your general use of the Internet using cookies. A cookie is a small file stored on your computer hard drive. Cookies are used to improve functionality, as well as for statistical purposes, which allows us to.
- - estimate the dimension of our public and use patterns;
- - recognise you when you return on our Website.
• Web beacons. Some Website pages may include electronic images known as web beacons. Web beacons allow the Company to collect particular information related to the Website users, including, for example, the number of users that access the web page, traffic data, data on logs and other communication data, information on access to resources and information related to the user's computer and internet connection (including IP addresses, operating systems and browser type). Web beacons are not used to access your personal information on the Website, but are used only to compile statistics on the use of the Website and to check the integrity of the system and server.
Use of information
We use the information we collect about you or which you provide, including personal information, for the following purposes:
- • to provide the information you request;
- • to inform you about our services and products, or about their amendments;
- • compilation of statistics on users;
- • security and improvement of our Website.
Disclosure of your information
We may disclose personal information we collect by means of this Website to third parties to:
- • observe a court decision or another legal obligation;
- • protect the rights and goods of the company and its affiliates.
We do not sell the information collected by our cookies.
Unfortunately, the transmission of information on the internet is not always 100% safe. Despite our efforts to protect your personal information, we cannot guarantee the security of your personal information sent to our Website. Any transmission of personal information involves your acknowledgement.
Your rights related to processing your personal data are the following:
- • the possibility to obtain from the company, on demand and free of charge, the confirmation that your personal data are processed by us, as well as details related to this processing. The application can be submitted without any costs only once a year;
- • the right to rectify, update, block or transform into anonymous data such data that are not processed according to the law, in particular incomplete or inaccurate data;
- • the right to oppose at any moment, with just cause and legitimate reasons related to your particular circumstances, the processing of your personal data;
- • the right to oppose free of charge and without any justification the processing of your personal data for direct marketing, on behalf of Data Controllers or on behalf of a third party or to disclose your data to that end;
- • the right to challenge the decisions made exclusively based on the processing of data performed by automated means which generate legal consequences in your regard.
In order to exercise such rights, you may file a signed and dated application at our head offices.
Duration of storage
We will keep your Personal Data for a period required for the purposes specified in the "Use of information” section. Once data are not necessary for these purposes, they will be destroyed.
Amendments of our Confidentiality Policy
Our policy is to post any amendments of our Confidentiality Policy on this page.
In order to send questions or comments related to our Confidentiality Policy and our confidentiality practices, please contact us by using the contact data on the Contact INFO page on the website.
This Policy applies to www.heidelberg-cps.ro.
A cookie is a small quantity of data that will be transmitted to your web browser by the website you are visiting. Cookies are completely “passive” (they do not include software, viruses or spyware and cannot erase or access information on the user's hard drive). Cookies themselves do not request Personal Information that could be used and, in most circumstances, they do not identify internet users personally.
There are 2 main categories of cookies:
• session cookies: are stored temporarily in the cookie folder of the web browser to be saved until the user logs off the respective website or closes the browser window;
• persistent cookies: are stored on the hard drive of a computer or equipment and are activated again when you visit the website that created that specific cookie. Persistent cookies also include those placed on a different website than the website accessed by the user at the respective moment. They are known as “third-party cookies”, respectively cookies placed by third parties. They save the interests of a user to deliver the most relevant advertising
What is the life duration of a cookie?
The life duration of a cookie may vary significantly, depending on the purpose of the cookie placement. Some cookies are intended for single use (such as the session cookies), therefore they are not maintained once the user leaves the website. Other cookies are maintained and reused whenever the user returns to the website (persistent cookies). However, cookies can be deleted by the user at any time by the use of the browser settings.
What are third-party cookies?
Some content sections of some websites may be provided by third-party cookies. This type of cookies can be placed on the website and are named third-party cookies because they are not placed by the website owner. This type of third parties are also under the obligation to observe applicable legal regulations and confidentiality policies of the respective website owner.
On some pages of the website we include links, documents, and other types of content, on partner websites such as heidelberg.com and other. Pages that include this type of content may have cookies from the source website. Also, when you use the share buttons on our website, a cookie may be sent by the social network you selected for sharing. Our website does not control the dissemination of these cookies. You must check with the respective websites their use of information on the sent cookies when you interact with the offered content.
Why are cookies important for the internet?
Cookies represent the central point of the effective operation of the Internet, helping the creation of a friendly navigation experience and adapted to the preferences and interests of each user. Denial or deactivation of cookies may make some websites impossible to use. Denial or deactivation of cookies does not mean that you will not receive online advertising – just that it will not be able to consider your preferences and interests, outlined by the navigation behaviour.
What types of cookies do we use?
By accessing this website, the following types of cookies can be placed:
- – website performance: they save the user preferences on this website;
- – visitor analysis: they tell us whether you visited this website until now; the browser will tell us if you have this cookie, and if you don't, we will generate one;
- – for geo-targeting: these are used by a software that establishes your country and are completely anonymous;
- – for advertising: on their basis, we can find out if you viewed or not an online advertising, what type of advertising and how long it had been since you viewed this advertising.
Do cookies include Personal Data?
How can you change the cookie settings in your browser?
The applications used to access web pages allow the save of cookies on the terminal by default. These settings can be changed so that the automated administration of cookies can be blocked by the web browser or the user is notified each time the cookies are sent to its terminal. Detailed information on the possibilities and administration methods of cookies may be found in the setting area of the application (web browser).
If you do not want to receive any cookies, you can change the settings of your web browser to notify you when cookies are sent or to reject them automatically. You can also delete the cookies already sent. If you want to restrict or block the cookies in your web browser, you can do this from your settings. You can also delete the existing cookies from the web browser. Access the Help documentation of the web browser you use in order to find out how. An alternative is to use the Incognito mode or private navigation which ensures the deletion of all cookies in private browser tabs, once closed. The DNT setting (Do Not Track) is a characteristic offered by most web browsers which, when activated, sends a signal to each visited website that says that you do not want your visit to be monitored by the website you visit or by third-party services such as the companies that provide advertising on that website, social networks or traffic analysis services. Our website responds to DNT or Do Not Track requests.
Most browsers provide the possibility to change the cookie settings. These settings are generally found in “options” or on the “preference” menu of your browser.In order to understand these settings, use the "Help” option of the respective browser.
If you want to send us any requests on the details above, please contact us in writing; the information required to contact is found on the Contact INFO page on the website.