Privacy policy note, following art. 13 of D.Lgs. 30 June 2003 n. 196 (Unified text on the dispositions concerning the protection of personal data).

The following is some information and caution measures taken in operating the website as to protect personal data.


Given the fiscal obligations imposed by the current Italian law in terms of collecting and treating personal data, we inform you that your personal data, collected following your own expressed will or otherwise (also verbaly) during our activity, will be treated only and exclusively for legitimate purposes and in any case inherent in our company charter. It is for this that we are providing you with a complete report concerning the methods, objectives and responsibilities of that same treatment. Such treatment is intended as the collection, recording, organization, conservation, elaboration (by computer also), modification, selection, extraction, comparison, interconnection, blockage, communication, dissemination, elimination and distribution of such data.
We inform you that for the establishment and execution of the ongoing contractual relationships with you we are in posession of data concerning you, collected also verbally directly or indirectly through third-parties, data that is qualified as personal data by the law mentioned above.


Such treatment will be done using information-technology. Providing such information is optional, but the refusal to provide them could result in a partial or complete capacity for executing the service. Ownership of the data, given willingly and treated following the consultation of the website, is attributed to ArtCart SPA with legal office in via Degli Alpini, 6 in Moggio Udinese (UD) – ITALY, that can use such data for the optimization of the usage of the website and for the following objectives:

  • Sending informative notes, technical or commercial, both in physical or digital form;
  • Marketing and promotional activities, both in physical or digital form;
  • Sending price lists, catalogues, technical instructions, samples etc.;
  • Execution of market research;
  • Formulation of budgets and statistics;

Treating such data is done by the owner using physical and digital methods on the computers and servers at its disposal, by the appointed staff (internal and external) among which the staff of ArtCart that treats the data with the objective of optimizing the website through digital and informatics methods.
ArtCart collects data concerning access and navigation patterns within the website for permitting the functioning of the services and those section that require the identification of the user and uses the collected information for the technical administration of the website and for possible statistical analysis of its usage.
ArtCart uses aggregated statistics as to the type of traffic on the website and other correlated information, without spreading or communicating user-specific to third-parties. All forms of communication or sharing this data with third-parties is excluded (unless they are appointed service providers, in the given declared objectives).
In accordance with Art. 29 of D.L. 196/2003 no specific officer as been nominated.


In respect of the given data, signers can exercise the rights provided by Art. 7 of the unified text in terms of privacy D.L. 196/2003, within the limits and conditions given in articles 8,9,10 of the same law. Signers can, at any moment, verify the treated data and exercise all the rights provided by art. 7 of the D.L. 196/2003 (of which those of correction, update and elimination) simply by sending an email at


Parts of this site uses cookies, text files that the site deposits on to the user’s computer with the aim of studying the usage of the site itself. The cookies used by this site do not identify the user directly as a physical person; they only identify the device that is being used. More specifically, uses the service provided by Google Analytics. No sensitive data is exchanged through such cookies. Inside the cookies created by and the services it uses, no personal data or such that could identify or point in any way to the identity of the user, and thus there is no risk for the privacy or for the integrity of the system used by the user for accessing the Internet or the site itself. The user can disable cookies at any time within it’s own web browser; such a setting could result in some difficulties in navigating the website. Other sites that are linked to could contain tracing systems of which the owenr of this site is not responsible in any way. No guarantee is given for the fact that such external sites are equipped with proper security systems as to protect the data and/or prevent damages (like computer viruses).

How to disable cookies

For the enabling or disabling cooking in your device, through your internet browser, you can follow these steps:

  • Google Chrome: in the settings menu, click “show advanced settings” at the end of the page, click “content settings” in the privacy section. The upper section in the page that appears will provide you with the information on cookies and will enable you to choose those you’d like to cancel or keep.
  • Mozilla Firefox: in the settings menu click “options” – “privacy”. From the dropdown menu click “history settings”. This will show you the options for cookies and you can choose to enable or disable them by clicking the checkbox.
  • Internet Explorer: from the menu bar choose “internet options” and click “privacy”; you’ll see a cursor of the privacy settings that has six types of settings, that will enable to control the number of cookies. The options are: Block all cookies, High, Medium high, Medium, Low, and Accept all cookies.
  • Safari browser: under settings click “preferences” and open the privacy section, click the desired option from the section “block cookies”.
  • Other browsers: for any other browser consult you help menu for information on cookies and privacy settings.

For information on how to handle cooking on you tablet or mobile device we ask that you consult the relative documentation or help files and menus.


In the site, for specific purposes of treatment or for certain types of data, there are specific informative notes and, where necessary, explicit requests of consent.


Specific site security measures have been taken to manage the site, aimed at ensuring secure access and protecting the information contained therein from accidental loss or destruction risks. The software used for site management is updated monthly. While safeguarding the adoption of special Antivirus systems, ArtCart remembers that it is always appropriate for the user to equip their workstation with a virus prevention and scanning system. Access to the reserved area of the site is assigned to users via identification code and a password; Such passwords are generated automatically at the request of those users. The user is required to guard the password in a confidential way.


Please note that this document constitutes the “Privacy Policy” of this site and will be subject to periodic updates.


Google Analytics (hereinafter also simply “Analytics”) is a statistics service offered by Google Inc. whose main office is at 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States. It is aimed at tracking access to websites and web resources and allows administrators to generate and display data in aggregate and anonymous form for statistical purposes.
Google Analytics requires, for its operation, the presence on the site pages of a tracking code that identifies the pages visited by users, domain names, and type of browser used by computers etc. These data are considerably anonymous, as they do not allow identification of the user’s identity.

Purpose of treatment

The collected data is used by Google for statistical purposes in order to assess the correct use of the site and to improve its effectiveness.

Treatment of personal data

The processing of collected data is managed by Google Inc. through computer and telematic tools with logic strictly related to the purposes set out below and, in any case, in order to guarantee the security and confidentiality of the data themselves. For this operation, Google Analytics uses cookies, and site visitors use information that they generate are transmitted to Google and deposited with its servers in the United States. Google will not associate the IP address used by you to navigate to any other relevant and proprietary information, unless specifically agreed by you regarding the privacy policy and Google Inc. Terms of Service. Such Activities and services are to be considered unrelated to the use of, which is not responsible for the processing of personal data. Data collected by the Analytics service is transferred to and processed by Google Inc. servers. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where this is required by law or where such third parties refer the above information to Google.


You can at any time disable cookies from your browser; Such a choice could cause site navigation difficulties. Instead, the user can not refuse the partial collection of data by the Google Analytics software. In this case, users are invited to stop navigating the site altogether.

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