Privacy

This privacy policy is compliant with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Italian Personal Data Protection Code (Legislative decree no. 196/2003 and its amendments), and applies to those who access the ENEA institutional website at http://www.enea.it/en

This privacy notice solely applies to the afore-mentioned website and does not cover any other websites, that can be accessed by clicking on their respective links.

 

1. HOLDER OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING

The holder of data processing relating to identified or identifiable individuals visiting this website is ENEA – Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development – having its headquarters in Lungotevere G.A. Thaon di Revel n. 76, 00196 Rome (Italy).

Each time personal data are collected in this website sections, or in other websites directly linked to it,  the holder of data processing will be indicated respectively.

The following e-mail address is activated for every message: uver.dpo@enea.it

 

2. PROCESSED DATA

2.1. Browsing information

The IT systems and the application software dedicated to run this website detect some information (implicitly transmitted as per the Internet communication protocols) that are not associated with users who are directly identifiable.

This information includes IP addresses of users connecting to the website, URIs (Uniform Resource Identifier) of the requested resources, time of the query, method used to query the server, size of the post-query file, number code of server reply status (successful, error, etc.), and other parameters on the operating system and the user’s software platform.

This information is solely processed for the time necessary to get statistical information in the anonymous form on the use of this website and to control if it works properly.

 

2.2. Registration information provided by users

All information provided by users upon registration (Name, Surname, Username, Password, E-mail address, Institution/Organization) are held by ENEA until connection to the site is ended.

 

2.3. Cookies

Cookies are very small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit some websites. Such files are transmitted again to the same websites each time you have access to them.

This site uses:

  • session cookies to track how you use and experience the ENEA website. They are erased when you close the web browser;
  • cookies analytics to collect aggregate data on the number of users and how they visit the website. The Agency’s website makes use of Google Analytics. Click here read Google Analytics’ cookie policy. Our users’ privacy is respected by setting the "_anonymizelp" option, so that the IP addresses of the users visiting our website are anonymised: to learn more on this option, click here. Data is solely collected in order to process statistical information in the anonymous form on how the website is used and if it works properly.

 

Users can opt to enable or disable cookies by modifying the settings of their web browser according to the instructions provided by the respective providers at the following links.

 

3. OPTIONAL DATA PROCESSING

Except for what specified above about browsing information, users can choose whether to enter or not data on the forms available on the website; yet all data indicated as mandatory on the web forms must be provided, otherwise the Agency will not be able to supply the users the requested services.

 

4. METHOD OF DATA PROCESSING

Personal data are mainly processed by automated tools for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected, pursuant to the Italian Personal Data Protection Code (Legislative Decree no. 196/2003) and GDPR. The Agency implements all security provisions set forth in the Italian Personal Data Protection Code and GDPR to protect the collected data, in order to prevent them from being lost, stolen, illegally accessed, used or misused.

 

5. USERS’ RIGHTS

At any time users can exercise their rights set out in the Italian Personal Data Protection Code (Legislative Decree no. 196/2003) and GDPR to receive confirmation on the existence of their personal data, to get information about their content and source, verify they are correct, ask for their rectification, updating and possible integration. As per the same code, users have the right to ask for their data cancellation, modification in the anonymous form or blocking of all information illegally processed. Nevertheless, they have also the right to object, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of their personal data.

 

6. CHANGES TO THIS PRIVACY POLICY

This website’s Privacy Policy may change from time to time by updating this page. Users are therefore invited to regularly read its content.