Contact the Data Controller to obtain information on the personal data collected about you, the purposes for which such data are collected and the subjects with whom they are shared.
Quboenergia.com is the website of the company QUBO ENERGIA – S.R.L.: a single-shareholder company with registered office in via Eugenio Montale, 42 30030 – Pianiga (VE) – ITALY Tax Identification and VAT number: 04712240284, telephone: +39 349 4048152 and fax: +39 0415101508.
For privacy matters please email enquiries to the following address: email@example.com
Categories of Collected Data
The Data Controller does not collect direct Personal data through this site.
Personal data are either freely provided by Data Subjects or, as in the case of Usage Data, collected automatically when the App (the site) is being used.
Unless otherwise specified, the provision of the Data required for this App is mandatory. If Data Subjects refuse to communicate their Data, it may be impossible for the App (the site) to offer its Service. Whenever this App indicates that the provision of some Data is facultative, Data Subjects may, if they so wish, refrain from communicating such Data without thereby affecting the Service’s availability or operation.
Data Subjects in doubt as to what constitutes mandatory Data are advised to contact the Data Controller.
Data Subjects are answerable for the Personal Data they provide on third parties and successively obtained by, published on or shared through this App. They thereby guarantee to hold the right to communicate or disclose such Data and hold harmless the Data Controller from any liability towards third parties.
Place and Processing procedures for collected data
The Data Controller adopts the most appropriate security measures for preventing access to, and the dissemination, modification or non-authorised destruction of Personal Data.
Processing is conducted using IT and/or ICT tools and specific organisational procedures and complies with principles strictly correlated to the purposes indicated. In addition to the Data Controller, other subjects involved in the organisation of this App (administrative, commercial, marketing, and legal personnel, system administrators) or external subjects (third-party service providers, postal couriers, hosting providers, IT companies, communication agencies) appointed where necessary as Data Processors by the Data Controller, may, in some cases, be given access to the Data. An updated list of the Data Processors can always be requested from the Data Controller.
The Data are processed at the Data Controller’s registered and main office. For additional information, please contact the Data Controller.
Data Subjects’ Personal Data may be transferred to a country other than that in which the latter are situated. To obtain further information on the place of processing, Data Subjects may refer to the section on the details of Personal Data processing.
Data Subjects have the right to obtain information on the legal basis for the transfer of Data outside the European Union or to an organisation of public international law or constituted by two or more countries such as, for example, UNO, and on the security measures adopted by the Data Controller to protect Data.
Data Subjects can ascertain if any of the foregoing transfers has taken place by emailing the Data Controller at the addresses stated above.
Period of storage
Data shall be processed and held for the time needed for the purposes for which they were collected.
At the conclusion of the storage period Personal Data shall be cancelled. Therefore, at the term’s expiry the right of access, cancellation, rectification and the right of data portability can no longer be exercised.
Data Subjects’ Rights
Data Subjects may exercise specific rights with reference to Data processed by the Data Controller.
In particular, Data Subjects have the right to:
- withdraw consent at any time. Data Subjects may withdraw prior consent to the processing of Personal Data.
- object to the processing of Personal Data. Data Subjects can object to the processing of their Data whenever this takes place without a consensual legal basis. Further details on the right to object are set out in the section below.
- access to their own Data. Data Subjects have the right to be informed about Data processed by the Data Controller and on given aspects of the processing as well as to receive a copy of the Data processed.
- verify and request rectification. Data Subjects can verify the correctness of their Data and request that they be updated or rectified.
- restrict processing. When given conditions apply, Data Subjects can request that the processing of their Data be restricted. In this case the Data Controller cannot process the Data for any purpose other than their conservation.
- erase or remove their Personal DataWhen given conditions apply, Data Subjects can request the Data Controller to erase their Personal Data.
- receive their Personal Data or to transmit them to another Data Controller. Data Subjects have the right to receive their Data in structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and, whenever technically feasible, to transmit them without hindrance to another Data Controller. This right can be exercised when Data are processed by automated means and the processing is based upon Data Subjects’ consent, on a contract to which Data Subjects are party or on contractual measures connected to them.
- lodge a complaint. Data Subjects can lodge complaints with a supervisory authority for the protection of personal data or seek judicial remedy.
Details of the right to object
When Personal Data are processed in the public interest by the Data Controller in the exercise of the public powers with which it is vested or in the pursuit of its own legitimate interest, Data Subjects are entitled to object to the processing on grounds relating to their own particular situation. Whenever their Data is used for direct marketing purposes, Data Subjects can object to processing without having to proffer grounds for their request. To determine if the Data Controller processes data for direct marketing purposes, Data Subjects may refer to the pertinent parts of this document or contact the Data Controller directly.
How to exercise these rights
In order to exercise their rights, Data Subjects can send a request to the Data Controller’s contact address indicated herein. Requests are handled free-of-charge and replied to as early as possible, and in any case within one month.
Further information about data processing
Defence in court
Data Subjects’ Personal Data may be used by the Data Controller in courts of law or in the preparation of an action to be brought against Data Subjects for an abusive use of this App or its related Services.
Data Subjects declare that they are cognisant that the Data Controller could be required to disclose Data when ordered by public authorities.
Specific Advisory Notices
System logs and maintenance
For the operational and maintenance requirements, this App and any third-party services used may collect the system’s logs, namely files recording events that may also contain such Personal Data as Data Subjects’ IP addresses.
Information not included in this policy
Additional information on the processing of Personal Data may be requested from the Data Controller at any time by using its contact addresses.
Response to “Do Not Track” requests
This App does not support “Do Not Track” requests.
To ascertain if any third-party services support such requests, Data Subjects are advised to read their privacy policies.
(Update 20 December 2018)
Cookies are text files registered while Users navigate sites. Their purpose is to improve navigation and record Data Subjects’ tastes and preferences.
Types of Cookies
The cookies used in this site are technical; in other words they record some information to facilitate the site’s operation and expire when the web session terminates.
Cookies used in the site
The cookies used in this site are exclusively technical and are solely used to navigate the site. By using this site Data Subjects agree to their deployment.
How to disable cookies using browser settings
Open the Chrome Browser
Click the settings in the toolbar menu next to the window used to enter the navigation url.
Click Show “Advanced Settings”
In the “Privacy” section click the “Site settings” button.
In the section “Cookies” the following cookie settings can be changed:
Allow sites to save and read cookie data
Keep local data only until you quit your browser
Prevent websites from saving and reading cookie data.
Block third-party cookies and website data
Manage exceptions for some internet sites
Eliminate one or all cookies.
Open the Mozilla Firefox Browser
Open the Click the Firefox settings in the toolbar menu next to the window used to enter the navigation url.
Click “Learn more”
In the “Protect your privacy” select “Cookies and cache”
In this section the following cookie settings can be changed:
Request sites not to track
Notify sites that you agree to be tracked
Do not communicate any preference regarding the tracking of personal data
In “History” (in Privacy and Security) it is possible to:
Accept third-party cookies (i. always, ii. from the most visited sites, or iii, never) by enabling “Use custom settings for history” and store them for a specific period (i. until their expiry, ii. when Firefox is closed or iii. to be requested each time)
Remove single stored cookies
Open the Internet Explorer Browser
Click Settings and select Internet Options
Click the Privacy section and then Advance Settings choose the action required for cookies:
• Block all cookies
• Allow all cookies
• Ask for confirmation
Click Websites, and in Web Site Address, add an internet site and then click Block or Allow
Open the Safari Browser.
Click Safari, select Preferences and then click Privacy
In the “Manage Website Data/Block all cookies” section, indicate how Safari should accept cookies from internet sites.