This page describe how the site is managed with relation to processing the personal data of the users who consult it. This policy may be updated without any notice so you should check it regularly. The date of the most recent update is at the bottom of this document.

This disclosure is made in accordance with article 13 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 – Personal Data Protection Code – for people who interact with the website and Icaro S.r.l. services; the website can be accessed by computer and the main address is which corresponds to the first page of the official website of the company. The disclosure refers to the website only and does not apply to any other website that the user may access through hyperlinks.

The data controller is the legal representative of Icaro S.r.l. – Registered office: Via degli Artigiani, 1, Spoltore (PE) 65010, Tel. +39.334.7205930 The data supervisor is Giuseppe Ciammetti – Tel. +39-334.7205930 – email energie[at]

The information provided by the user will be processed at the offices of the data controller and will only be processed by the employees and assistants of the data controller, as people engaged to process the data within the scope of their duties. Icaro S.r.l. guarantees full compliance with Legislative Decree 196 of 2003 and the principles of correctness, lawfulness, transparency, safety and confidentiality of the data when it processes the personal data. To that end, if the service requested is managed by third parties, they will also be data controllers for the purposes for which the service was requested only. The personal data will also be processed with the help of automated instruments for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purpose for which the data was collected and also afterwards to meet any legal requirements. The data provided by users/visitors who send contact requests and/or requests for information will only be used to carry out the service or performance requested. Specific safety measures will be complied with to prevent the loss of data or unlawful or incorrect use or unauthorised access. This is without prejudice to notifications and disclosures made in accordance with the law, for example the data may be communicated to: public authorities, the public administration or regulatory bodies, business information companies; companies engaged to carry out market surveys; third party companies that Icaro S.r.l. works with to provide additional services or products; professionals who carry out specific jobs on behalf of Icaro S.r.l. Any communication or circulation of the data, processed in any case, will be related to performance of our company’s business activities. The data may be communicated and transferred abroad, in compliance with the law.

Your personal data may be processed if you consult this website. The purposes for processing the data include: execution of business activity, gathering statistics, business and promotional communications for the business activities of Icaro S.r.l. or third party companies that Icaro S.r.l. works with.
The formalities can include: customer satisfaction surveys with respect to the service quality; promotion and sale of services and products offered by Icaro S.r.l.; direct market research or through specialised companies.

Browsing data
The software processes we use on the website acquire certain personal data as part of standard operations since transmission of the data forms a standard part of internet communication protocols. Even though the information is not intended to be associated with identified users, users may be identifiable if the data is associated with other data held by third parties (for example your Internet service provider) by its very nature. IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by the users who connect to the website fall under this category of information, in addition to the URL addresses of the resources requested, the time of the request, the method used to submit the request to the server and other parameters relating to the user’s operating system and computer environment. This data is used for anonymous statistical purposes only. The data may be used to determine responsibility in the event of any computer crimes that damage the website: apart from this, currently the data from the website contacts is not kept for more then seven days.

Data provided voluntarily by the user/ visitor
We receive and keep any data that the user/visitor inputs onto our website or provides us with. Most personal data is provided by the user/visitor when they do research, send messages to mailing lists or discussion groups, take part in questionnaires or communicate with our customer service. For example, users also provide personal data when: they communicate with us by telephone, e-mail or in any other way; they fill out questionnaires or forms to take part in competitions; they use our services; they take part in discussion groups or other community functions; they write or evaluate reviews. The user may decide not to provide any data, but this may mean that we cannot provide them with our services. We use data supplied to us to fulfil our users’ requests, to carry out the services requested by the user (for example leaving a comment), to put us in contact with the user in the event of breakdowns or malfunctions and in any case for carrying out our business activity. The personal data provided by users/visitors may only be communicated to third parties if the communication is necessary to fulfil the requests of the users/visitors.

This website uses cookies to make the services on this website as efficient and simple to use as possible. So when the website is visited, a minimum quantity of information is introduced onto the user’s device as small text files called “cookies”; they are saved on the user’s web browser directory. There are a number of different types of cookies, but the main aim of a cookie is to make the website work more efficiently and enable certain functions. The cookies are used to improving the user’s overall browsing experience. More specifically, they allow the user to browse efficiently on the various pages on the website. They store the preferences chosen. The gauge use of the services by the users to optimise the browsing experience and the services attached. They show targeted advertising information based on the interests and behaviour of the user while browsing. There a various types of cookies. The different types of cookies that may be used in the website are described below:
Technical cookies: These types of cookies are needed for the correct function of some website areas. This category of cookie includes both persistent cookies and session cookies. The website or certain portions of it may not work properly without these cookies. Therefore, they are always used regardless of the wishes of the user. These types of cookies are always sent from our domain and are cancelled 28 days after the user’s most recent visit.
Analytic cookies: These types of cookies are used to gather information on the use of the website. The data controller uses this information for statistical analyses, to improve the website and simplify use, in addition to ensuring that it works properly. This type of cookie gathers information anonymously on user activities on the website, how users got to the website and the pages visited. This category of cookie is sent by the website itself or by third party domains (for example Google).
Third party tracking cookies: This type of cookie is used to gather information on how the visitors use the website, the key words used to reach the website, the websites visited and the source of the traffic the visitors come from for the marketing campaigns. The data controller can use this information to compile reports and improve the website. The cookies gather information in anonymous form. This type of cookie is sent by the website itself or by third party domains.
Cookies to add third party functions: This type of cookie is used to add third party functions to the website (for example comment modules or social network icons that allow visitors to share the website content). This category of cookie can be sent by the domains of partner websites or that offer the functions available on the website. The data controller does not have to ask the user to agree to use the technical cookies since the service could not be provided without them. Users can agree to other types of cookies through specific browser configurations or user-friendly computer programs or devices, pursuant to prevailing law. The data controller will remind the user that he or she can change the cookie preferences at any time. The cookies can also be disabled from the browser at any time, but this may prevent the user from using certain sections of the website. In accordance with article 122, second paragraph of Legislative Decree 196/2003, the interested party may agree to the use of these cookies through the individual setting that the user has freely chosen for the browser used to browse the website, subject to the user’s right to inform the data controller of his or her wishes regarding the data processed using the cookies that the browser has accepted, at any time.

Third party websites: The website contains links to other websites that have their own privacy disclosures. These privacy disclosures may be different to the one used by the data controller, who will therefore not bear any responsibility for third party websites.

Apart from what has been specified for the browsing data, users/visitors can provide their own personal data. If the users do not provide this information, their requests may not be fulfilled.

In accordance with article 7 (Right of access to personal data and other rights) of the Privacy Code, the interested party has certain rights in relation to the processing of personal data:

  1. The interested party has the right to obtain confirmation of whether his or her personal data is present or not and to its communication in intelligible form even if it has not yet been recorded.
  2. The interested party has the right to obtain information on:
    a) the source of the personal data;
    b) the purpose of the processing and the processing methods;
    c) the logic applied if the processing is done with the help of electronic instruments;
    c) the identifying details of the data controller, the persons in charge of processing and the authorised representative in accordance with article 5, paragraph 2;
    e) the parties or category of parties to whom the personal data can be communicated, or the people who may be made aware of it in their capacities as designated representatives in the State territory, the supervisors or people in charge.
  3. The interested party has the right to obtain:
    a) the update, adjustment or addition to the data if so desired;
    b) cancellation, conversion into anonymous form, or blockage of any data processed in breach of the law, or if the data does not have to be kept in view of the scope for which it was collected or later processed;
    c) confirmation that the operations under letters a) and b) were brought to the attention of those to whom the data was communicated or reported, including for their content, apart from where it would be impossible, or where it would involve clearly disproportionate means with respect to the protected right.
  4. The interested party has the right to oppose in whole or in part:
    a) processing of personal data relating to the party for valid reasons even though the data may be relevant to the purpose for which the data was collected;
    b) processing of personal data relating to the party in order to send advertising material or for direct selling or for market research or sales communications.

Most recent change: 28/03/2019