Privacy & cookie policy

Last updated: 05/03/2023

Information on the processing of personal data of users consulting the website of FALC srl

Pursuant to Article 13 of the EU Reg. 2016/679 (“GDPR”), this page describes the processing of personal data of users consulting the FALC Srl website, accessible electronically at This information does not concern other sites, pages or online services that can be reached through hypertext links that may be published on the site but refer to external resources.

1. Who processes the data?

Following consultation of the website, data relating to identified or identifiable individuals may be processed. The Data Controller is FALC Srl, in the person of the legal representative pro tempore, with headquarters in Via Proventa n. 41 – 48018 Faenza (RA) – Italy. E-mail:

2. What data is collected?

This site collects browsing data and uses technical cookies, as described below. Other data provided voluntarily by the user by filling in the forms on the pages of the site, or through the use of the contacts shown on the pages, also may be processed.

2.1 Browsing Data

During the normal operation of this website, the software and computer systems may acquire certain personal data. This includes information such as IP addresses, operating system parameters, and the user’s computer environment, which is transmitted implicitly through the use of Internet communication protocols.

The site collects browsing data, which could potentially identify users through processing and links with information held by third parties. This data is not collected to be associated with identified individuals, but it may be used to support the site’s functionality or to determine responsibility in the event of computer crimes.

In particular, please note that this website is connected via API to Google Fonts services to present styles and fonts in line with the graphics designed for the site. Google does not use the information collected by Google Fonts to create end-user profiles or for targeted advertising. More information about the data processing associated with the use of Google Fonts can be found at the following link:

For more information, we remind you that through the browser functions (e.g. padlock symbol in the URL bar), you can always get more details about the security of the connection, site certificate, authority that issued the certificate, cookies in use, etc.

2.2 Data provided by the user

Data voluntarily provided by sending e-mail messages or filling out forms will be processed to respond to the requests sent.

2.3 Cookies

When you visit this website, your browser stores cookies. These are small text files that save certain device information. When you return to our site, the website uses these cookies to display the site in the best way and in line with your preferences.

This website only uses technical cookies that are strictly necessary for its operation. No tracking or profiling activities are carried out for marketing purposes.

3. For what purposes is personal data collected?

The data collected from this site may be processed for the following purposes:

  • Managing and maintaining the website
  • Maintaining contact with you and responding to your requests
  • Following up on requests for quotations and contacts of a commercial nature, and carrying out bureaucratic, accounting, fiscal, and commercial fulfillments strictly inherent to existing relationships
  • Transmitting contact requests to distributors of FALC products located throughout the world
  • Carrying out direct marketing activities by sending informative, promotional and/or advertising communications via mail, email, text message, or other means to individuals who have expressed interest in the Data Controller’s activities
  • Exercise the rights of the Data Controller (e.g. in court)

4. What makes the data processing lawful?

The Data Controller has a legitimate interest (Art. 6.1.f GDPR) for the activities of managing, maintaining, and monitoring the website (purpose a), for exercising its rights (purpose f), and for marketing communications (purpose e).

Management and maintenance of contact with users (purposes b, c, d) are based on the need to process data for legal, contractual and/or pre-contractual requirements (Art. 6.1.b and 6.1.c GDPR).

5. How are data processed?

The processing of personal data is carried out with mainly electronic methods by the Data Controller and other subjects who, appropriately selected for reliability and competence, carry out operations instrumental to the pursuit of the purposes indicated in this information.

5.1 Where does the processing take place?

The personal data are processed at FALC Srl’s headquarters, using services from its suppliers.

If needed, data may be shared with third-party partners, who act as distributors of FALC products in the applicant’s geographical area, for commercial requests and contacts. These partners will process the data as autonomous data controllers. Transfers of this nature occur only when necessary to execute pre-contractual measures at the request of the data subject (Art. 49.1.b GDPR).

There are no other plans to transfer data to countries outside the European Union that do not provide adequate protection for individuals.

5.2 With whom is data shared?

The data processed by FALC may be made accessible to employees and collaborators of the Data Controller, and to third-party suppliers, such as the site provider, who act as data processors under Article 28 GDPR.

The data may also be disclosed to parties with legal obligations.

No data resulting from the web service will be subject to dissemination.

5.3 How long will the data be kept?

We will keep your data only for as long as necessary to provide the requested services, unless we are required to retain it for a longer period by law. The data sent to service providers will be processed by them for the necessary time to complete their tasks.

6. What rights does the data subject have?

As a data subject, you have the right to access, correct, or delete your personal data, as well as to limit the processing of your data, in accordance with the applicable regulations. You can also object to processing, especially for direct marketing based on legitimate interest, and request data portability.

To exercise your rights, contact the Data Controller using the contact details provided in this policy. Proof of identity may be required to process your request.

Each data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority.


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