This page describes how the website handles the personal data of its users.

This privacy disclosure is provided as per the Italian Republic Legislative Decree 196/2003 section 13 (aka “Codice in materia di protezione dei dati personali”) to whoever interacts with the web services of Tolino s.p.a., in order to protect personal data that can be electronically accessible from the web address ( which is the home page of Tolino website.

This privacy disclosure is provided for Tolino website only and doesn’t cover the privacy policy of other websites that the user may access following a link.

The disclosure refers also to the EU Recommendation n. 2/2001 ( that the European Authorities for personal data protection, convened as per the EU Directive n.95/46/CE section 29, adopted on the 17th of May 2001. The EU Recommendation n.2/2001 has the aim to identify the minimum requirements to collect on line personal data and specifically: the ways, times and nature of the information that the Data Controller has to provide to websites users once they connect to the website, regardless the purposes of their connection to the website.


By browsing in this website, personal data related to users could be gathered. The Data Controller responsible for the treatment of users personal data is Tolino S.p.A. (tax id. number 04198240634) with legal head offices in Naples, via Cervantes 55 and administrative head offices in Nola Interporto Campano lotto C A16; registered in Business Register of Naples; fully paid up share capital 1.600.000 EUR.


Mr. Bruno Bardari has been appointed as Data Process according to the Italian Republic Legislative decree 196/2003 section 29 (aka “Codice in materia di protezione dei dati personali”).



The data processing related to this website is performed at Tolino Spa administrative head offices and is handled by dedicated technical personnel. In case of need, the data related to the newsletter services can be handled by Tolino’s employees who maintain the technological infrastructure of this website, at Tolino’s offices.



Navigation Data: Systems and software procedures that run this website can acquire, as per their normal working process, some personal data that are implicitly transmitted during the utilization of Internet communication protocols. Whilst this kind of data relates to information that is not gathered to be matched with identified users, because of its very nature it could be used – by data elaboration and matching – to identify specific users.

This category of data includes IP addresses or domain names of computers used by users who connect to the site, URI addresses (Uniform Resource Identifier) of requested resources, the time of the request, the method utilized to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in reply, the numerical code indicating the status of the response from the server (successful, error, etc..) and other parameters related to the operating system and the IT environment of the users.

This data is used only to obtain anonymous statistical information on the website utilization and to check its correct functioning and it is deleted immediately after processing. The data could be used to ascertain responsibility in case of hypothetical computer crimes against the website: except for this scenario, the web contacts data do not persist in the servers for more than 7 days.

Data supplied voluntarily by the user: the optional, explicit and voluntary transmission of information to the e-mail addresses shown on this website results in the subsequent acquisition of the email address of the sender -which is necessary to reply to the request- as well any other personal data present in the email received.


Specific summary information will be progressively presented or visualized on the webpages dedicated to specific services.

COOKIES website uses cookies or similar technologies to ensure the correct functioning procedures as well as to improve the utilization experience of the online applications. This document provides detailed information about the utilization of cookies and similar technologies, how the cookies or similar technologies are used by and how to manage them.


Cookies are small bits of text (letters and/or numbers) that allow the webserver to memorize client (your browser) information that can be re-used during the same website visit (session cookies) or many days later (persistent cookies). Cookies are stored, depending on user’s preferences, by the browser on the specific device utilized (computer, tablet, smartphone). Similar technologies such as for example web beacon, transparent GIF e all the kind of local storage introduced by HTML5, can be used to gather information on user behavior and his/her utilization of website services.

From now on, we refer to cookies and all the similar technologies by using the simple term “cookie”.

Kind of cookies

Depending on their functions and utilizations, cookie can be divided into:

  • Essential cookies. These cookies are strictly necessary to ensure the correct functionalities of website. They are utilized to manage the login as well as the access to reserved functionalities of the website. Their duration is limited to the duration of the navigation session (once the browser is closed, they are deleted). By deactivating these cookies, the website functionalities dedicated to logged in users are not available. The public pages of website, however, remain still available.
  • Performance and analysis cookies. These cookies are used to gather and analyze both website traffic data and the website utilization in an anonymous way. These cookie, without identifying the user, allow e.g. to check if a user already connected to the website. They also allow to monitor the system and to increase its performances and usability. By deactivating these cookies the website functionalities dedicated to logged in users are still available as well as the public pages.
  • Profiling cookies. These are permanent cookies utilized to identify (both anonymously and not) user’s preferences in order to improve his/her navigation experience. The website does not use this kind of cookies.


Some cookies (session cookies) remain active only until the browser is closed or until the user logs out. Other cookies “survive” to browser closure and become active again once the user comes back. These last, are called “persistent cookies” and their duration is determined by the server when they are created. In some cases they have an expiry date, in other cases they don’t and their duration is therefore unlimited. However, by browsing on website, one could interact with third party websites which can create or modify both persisting and profiling cookies.



It is possible to deactivate/activate or delete the cookies at any moment using the settings on your web browser. Warning: the partial or complete deactivation of technical cookies can make some website functionalities dedicated to registered users unavailable. On the other hand, all the public pages will remain available even after the complete deactivation of technical cookies. Finally, the deactivation of “third party” cookies does not compromise the website usability.

The settings about cookie management can be specifically defined website by website. In addition, the best browsers allow users to define different cookie management options for first party cookies and third party cookies.

As an example, in Firefox, by selecting Tools>Options>Privacy it is possible to access a control panel from where one can decide to either enable or disable the different kind of cookies and eventually remove those already installed on the device.

For more information about how to manage cookies with your browser, please refer to the following links:



Internet Explorer:





In addition to employees and managers of Tolino Spa, users data could be treated also by third party individuals/entities. These include commercial partners of Tolino Spa, consulting firms and free lance professionals to whom Tolino Spa has given or could give the task of performing some activities functional to the website browsing.

The third party individuals/entities can act both as Data Controller or as Data Processor. In the last case, Tolino Spa remains the Data Controller and will provide to third party individual/entities (Data Processor) adequate operative instructions about minimal security requirements when handling users personal data, with the aim to ensure the its confidentiality, integrity and security.

Users personal data could also be communicated to the Justice Authority, to Administrative Authority and to any other public subject empowered by Law to access the data.



Excluding what has been specified about navigation data, the user is free to provide his/her personal data by filling in requests or forms or by contacting directly Tolino Spa offices to request, e.g to receive the newsletter, marketing material or other kind of information.

The non-supply of data results in users being unable to access certain services or obtain the fulfillment of the original request.

For completeness, it’s worth to mention that in specific and not ordinary cases, the Authority can request information to Tolino Spa in order to verify Tolino’s procedures for personal data treatment, as per the Italian Republic Legislative Decree 196/2003 section 157 (aka “Codice in materia di protezione dei dati personali”). For this kind of request, Tolino’s reply is compulsory.



Personal data is automatically treated for the time strictly needed to achieve the objectives for what they were gathered.

Specific safety procedures are in place to prevent any losses of data, illegal or incorrect uses, not authorized accesses.



Data subjects have the right to ask Tolino Spa whether or not Tolino Spa stores their personal data and, if so, to know what data and its source, to verify its correctness and eventually correct it, to update, integrate or amend it (as per the Italian Republic Legislative Decree 196/2003 section 7 (aka “Codice in materia di protezione dei dati personali”).

As per the same section, data subjects can obtain the cancellation of their data or, in alternative, its transformation into anonymous data. Data subjects can also obtain to block all data treated illegally as well as to remove their authorization to treat their data.

Data subject may send their data treatment requests to the following Tolino’s addresses

  • e-mail:
  • surface mail: Tolino Spa, Interporto Campano Lotto C A 16, Nola (80035)-



This privacy policy can be consulted automatically on the latest browsers that have implemented the standard P3P (“Platform for Privacy Preferences Project”) proposed by the World Wide Web Consortium. Every effort will be made to make the functions of this site interoperable with the automatic privacy control mechanisms available in some products used by users. The state of improvement of automatic control mechanisms does not, however, make them free of errors and breakdowns. Therefore, it should be noted that this document, published at the address ( constitutes the “Privacy Policy” of this site and may be subject to change.