Information according to Articles 13 and 14 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679

Regarding the Processing of Personal Data for "Information Request" Purposes


  1. Data Controller

The Data Controller is EASY B S.r.l., which, as the Data Controller, informs you that the processing of your data will be carried out in accordance with the principles of fairness, lawfulness, transparency, and protection of privacy and rights, as stipulated by Regulation (EU) 2016/679 concerning the "protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data."


  1. Data Controller's Representative and Data Protection Officer

Data Controller's Representative and Data Protection Officer roles are not established within this organisation, as they are not required under the Regulation.


  1. Purpose of Data Processing

The processing of your personal data, as a contact of the company, is performed to manage the submitted request.

Processed data may include:


  • Name and Surname, Email and Phone Contacts, Professional Role, Affiliated Company;
  • Other data and information provided by the Data Subject in communications/requests to the company.
  1. Legal Basis and Lawfulness of Processing

Regarding the legal basis for processing, it is specified that the processing is carried out based on legitimate interest, considered justified given that the processed data has minimal impact on the rights and freedoms of the individual.


  1. Processing Methods

All processing is carried out with the adoption of security measures, both technical and organisational, appropriate to the processing as outlined in Article 32 of the Regulation. All data is processed electronically, and measures of minimization, such as data type, access authorisations, and retention periods, are implemented.


  1. Recipients of Personal Data and Data Processors

Personal data may also be known to the entities providing and managing the management software, newsletter service, hosting services, and system administrators. The data controller appoints these entities as data processors. Under no circumstances will your data be subject to dissemination.


  1. Data Transfer to Third Countries

No processing in third countries is foreseen.


  1. Retention Period of Personal Data

As mentioned in point 3 of this information, your personal data will be retained for five years from the last contact.


  1. Data Subject's Rights

You have the right to request from the Data Controller access, deletion, communication, updating, rectification, objection to processing, integration, limitation, portability, awareness of the breach of your personal data, and in general, you can exercise all the rights provided by Article 15 and subsequent articles of Regulation (EU) 2016/679. These rights can be exercised at any time by writing to the Data Controller via company PEC.


  1. Supervisory Authority

You have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority, the "Italian Data Protection Authority," if you believe that your data protection rights are at risk [].





What is a Cookie?

A cookie is a small text file stored on a computer when a user visits a website. The text stores information that the site can read when visited later. Some cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the site, while others are useful for visitors as they can securely store information like usernames or language settings. Having cookies installed on a computer eliminates the need to repeatedly enter the same information when accessing a previously visited site.


First-Party and Third-Party Cookies

First-party cookies are generated and used by the site manager of the site being browsed. Third-party cookies, like those set by the Facebook "Like" button, are generated and used by parties other than the site manager, based on contracts between the website owner and the respective third party. Some advertisers use these cookies to track user visits on sites where they offer their services.


Technical, Analytical, and Profiling Cookies

Technical cookies allow communication transmission over an electronic communication network or provide a service requested by the user. For example, automatic language recognition, facilitating online purchases, simplifying and securing home banking procedures, etc. Technical cookies can be session cookies, which are automatically deleted upon browser closure, or persistent cookies, which are stored on the user's terminal until their expiration.


Website managers use analytical cookies to collect aggregated statistical information (e.g., knowing the number of site visitors).


Profiling cookies track user navigation to monitor and profile the user (preferences, habits, consumption choices, sending personalised advertisements, etc.).


Cookies Used by the Site

The website uses session technical cookies and Google Analytics cookies for statistical purposes. It does not use profiling cookies.


Easy B has adopted tools to reduce the user's identifying power by masking significant portions of the IP address and has restricted the third party from using cookies for purposes beyond providing services to the site manager.


Particularly, to disable Google Analytics cookies, you can use a specific add-on provided by Google. To install it, click here.


How Can I Disable Cookies?

You can modify your browser settings to disable cookies through a simple procedure. Note: By disabling cookies, both the username and password will not be stored on the login box of the site.


For Firefox:

Open Firefox

Press the "Alt" key on the keyboard.

In the toolbar at the top of the browser, select "Tools" and then "Options."

Choose the "Privacy" tab.

Go to "History Settings" and then "Use custom settings." Deselect "Accept cookies from sites" and save preferences.

For Internet Explorer:

Open Internet Explorer.

Click the "Tools" button and then "Internet Options."

Select the "Privacy" tab and adjust the slider to the desired privacy level (up to block all cookies or down to allow all).

Click OK.

For Google Chrome:
Open Google Chrome.

Click the "Tools" icon.

Select "Settings" and then "Advanced Settings."

Choose "Content Settings" under "Privacy."

In the "Cookies and site data" tab, you can search for and delete specific cookies.

Alternatively, type chrome://settings/cookie in the address bar and press enter. This will take you to the "Cookies and site data" tab, where you can search for and delete specific cookies.

For Safari:

Open Safari.

Choose "Preferences" in the toolbar and then select the "Security" panel in the following dialog box.

In the "Accept cookies" section, you can specify if and when Safari should save cookies from websites. For more information, click the Help button (marked with a question mark).

For more information about cookies stored on your computer, click "Show Cookies."

Remember that some websites may not function properly if you completely disable cookies, as they might rely on them for certain features.