Privacy and Cookie Policies
Who we are
Our website address is: https://www.sensoptic.ch.
Thank you for visiting our Site.
The data controller for this website is Sensoptic SA – Via dei Pioppi 4, 6616 Losone, Switzerland (hereinafter “Sensoptic”).
This information (hereinafter referred to as “Information”) is provided in accordance with EU Regulation 679/2016 and subsequent national legislation (hereinafter collectively referred to as “GDPR”) and describes how the company identified in paragraph 2. below, collects and processes Personal Data (the term “Personal Data” shall be understood to mean all the categories listed in paragraph 3. below, taken together) of users or customers and covers online data collection activities through the website www.sensoptic.com.
1.1. About us
Sensoptic, as owner of the personal data processing (hereinafter referred to as “Owner”), in carrying out its activities pays the utmost attention to the security and confidentiality of personal data.
Sensoptic deals with:
Design, development, manufacture and market optical automatic precision measurement systems for quality control of fine wires and filaments.
1.2. What personal data concerning you may we collect
The Data Controller may autonomously collect for its own business some categories of personal data concerning you (the term “Personal Data” shall mean all the categories listed below, jointly considered). In particular, it may collect:
– Contact data – name, surname, address, telephone number, e-mail address and any other data that you may voluntarily provide within the Site.
1.3. How we collect your personal information
Sensoptic collects your Personal Data:
if you contact us through the contact form;
if you send us an email using the link in the website.
1.4. Obligatory or optional nature of the provision of data and consequences of refusal to provide them
The Personal Data identified with an asterisk in the contact forms are necessary for being recontacted. Personal Data not required is not identified with an asterisk and may not be returned without any consequences.
1.5. For which purposes may your personal data be used
The Data Controller may process your Personal Data for one or more of the purposes listed below and on the basis of the legal prerequisite indicated from time to time.
A) Contact for commercial information
Your Personal Data may be processed by the Data Controller to recontact you about commercial communications.
B) Analysis and improvement of services
Your Personal Data may be processed by the Data Controller to analyze and improve its services with a view to customer satisfaction by surveying the degree of customer satisfaction with the services and/or products provided and to collect other useful information in order to adapt its processes to what will emerge from the survey itself.
Processing requirements: Sensoptic has a legitimate interest in maintaining an effective contractual relationship with you.
You have the right to object at any time, for reasons related to your particular situation, to the processing of your personal data carried out by the data controllers for the pursuit of your legitimate interest. The request of opposition should be addressed to the following address: email@example.com
1.6. How we keep your personal data
Sensoptic uses appropriate security measures in order to improve the protection, security, integrity and accessibility of your Personal Data. All your Personal Data is stored on the protected servers of our suppliers, and is accessible and usable according to our security standards and policies (or equivalent standards for our suppliers).
1.7. How long we store your data
The Owner keeps your personal data only for the time necessary to achieve the purposes for which they were collected or for any other legitimate related purpose.
Your personal data that are no longer necessary, or for which there is no longer a legal prerequisite for its storage, will be irreversibly anonymized or securely destroyed.
1.8. Who we can share your personal information with
Your Personal Data may be accessed by duly authorised employees of the Data Controller, as well as by external suppliers, appointed, if necessary, as data processors, who provide support for the provision of services, including those necessary for the operation of the Site.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to ask to see the list of data processors and other subjects to whom we communicate Personal Data.
1.9. Your data protection rights and your right to lodge complaints with the supervisory authority
Under certain conditions you have the right to ask:
access to your personal data;
the copy of the personal data you have provided us with (so-called portability);
the rectification of the data in our possession;
the deletion of any data for which the Owners no longer have any legal prerequisite for processing;
the revocation of your consent, if the processing is based on consent;
the limitation of the way in which the Data Controller processes your personal data, within the limits provided for by current legislation.
Right to object: You have the right to object at any time, for reasons related to your particular situation, to the processing of personal data concerning you carried out by the Data Controller for the pursuit of your legitimate interest. The request of opposition should be addressed to the following address: email@example.com
The exercise of the above rights is subject to certain exceptions aimed at safeguarding the public interest (e.g. the prevention or identification of crimes) and the interests of the Owner. Should you exercise any of the above rights, it will be the responsibility of the Owners to verify that you are entitled to exercise them, and you will be notified, as a rule, within one month.
For any complaints or reports on the methods of processing your data, the Owner will make every effort to respond to your concerns. However, if you wish, you may forward your complaints or reports to the data protection authority.
2.1. What are Cookies?
What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small block of data that is uploaded to your computer or mobile device by websites you visit. Cookies are widely used to enable websites to function and increase their efficiency, as well as to provide information to website owners.
How does a Cookie work?
A cookie can store or retrieve information from your browser. This may be information about you, your preferences or your device, which is primarily used to make the website work efficiently. A cookie allows the website to remember your actions and preferences (such as access, language and other display preferences) for a certain period of time, so that you do not have to specify them again when you return to the website or navigate through its pages.
As a rule, the information does not identify you directly, but allows you to have a more personalized experience on the web.
Your consent to use Cookie
Disabling the Cookies we use may affect your user experience.
For more information on how to disable Cookies, please see “How to manage your Cookie preferences”.
Our use of your personal information
If you visit our Site again, we may recognize you, even if we do not know your identity.
Cookies installed by Sensoptic or third parties
In many cases these Cookies involve the use of your device’s processing or storage capacity. Some of these Cookies are installed by our website; others are installed by third parties; some last as long as the session on your browser, while others may remain active on your device for a longer period of time.
2.4. How to manage your browser settings for Cookies
Internet browsers allow you to change cookie settings, for example to block certain types of cookies or files. You can therefore block Cookies by enabling the setting on your browser to refuse all or some Cookies.
However, if you block all cookies with your browser settings, you may not be able to access our Site or parts of it, as some of the cookies blocked may be functional cookies.
For more information on deleting or blocking cookies, please see: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/.
2.5. The types of Cookies we use
We can use the following types of Cookies:
– Functionality Cookies: these are required for functionality or services you request or for the transmission of communications on our Site.
– Analytical Cookies: are used to perform performance and audience measurements on our Site.
– Other Cookies: these are used for tracking on a network of other websites, for advertising purposes, etc.
2.5.1. Functionality Cookies
Functionality Cookies are required for functionality or services requested by you or for the transmission of communications on our Site. They cannot be disabled on our systems. Functionality Cookies are usually entered in response to actions you have taken, which consist of requests for services, such as setting your privacy preferences, accessing or filling out forms. You can set your browser to block these Cookies or warn you about them, but this will result in some parts of the Site not working.
Functionality Cookies do not store any personal information.
Functionality Cookies do not require your consent.
2.5.2. Analysis Cookies
Analysis Cookies are used to perform performance and audience measurements on our Site. These cookies allow us to count visits and traffic origins so that we can measure and improve the performance of our Site. They allow us to know which pages are most, or least, popular and how visitors navigate through our Site. All information collected by these Cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous.
We require your consent for the installation of Analytics Cookies before transferring them to your computer or mobile device. To give your consent, you only need to continue to use our website.
If you do not accept these Cookies, we will not know when you visited our Website and we cannot track your performance.
2.5.3. Other Cookies
Other Cookies are used for tracking on a network of other websites, for advertising purposes, etc..
For the installation of Other Cookies, we require your consent before transferring them to your computer or mobile device. To give your consent, simply continue using our website or click on the appropriate button on the banner displayed.
If you do not accept these Cookies, we will not know when you visited our Website and we cannot track your performance.
2.6. The specific cookies we use
Below you can find a detailed list of the individual cookies used by the Site and a description of their purpose:
|wordpress_test_cookie||WordPress||To check if cookies can be placed||Functional|
|wordpress_logged_in_*||WordPress||To keep users logged in||Functional|
|wordpress_sec_*||WordPress||To provide protection against hackers||Functional|
|cookie_notice_accepted||WordPress||To check if cookies can be placed||Functional|
|et-pb-recent-items-colors||Divi (theme)||To provide functions across pages||Functional|
|wp-settings-*||WordPress||To store user preferences||Functional|
|wp-settings-time-*||WordPress||To store user preferences||Functional|
|_ga||Google Analytics||To count and track page views||Statistics (anonymous)|
|_gcl_au||Google Tag Manager||To store and track conversions||Marketing/Tracking|
|_fbp||To store and track visits across websites||Marketing/Tracking|
We may use Google Analytics on our Site. These services are provided by Google Analytics Google LLC, which is located in the United States, www.google.com. Google Analytics allows us to measure and evaluate the use of our Site (on an anonymous basis). For this purpose, permanent cookies are used, which are installed by Google. Google does not receive any personal data from us (and does not retain), but can track your use of the website and combine this information with data from other websites visited by you and also tracked by Google itself. Google may use this information for its own purposes (e.g. advertising control).
If you have registered with Google, Google will also know your identity. In this case, the processing of your personal data by Google will be carried out in accordance with Google’s data protection policies. Google will only provide us with data about your use of the respective website (but no personal information about you).
2.7. More information about Cookies
Where to find more information about Cookies
At the following addresses, you can find more information about Cookies and similar tags/files:
(the latter is a guide on online behavioral advertising and privacy, produced by the Internet advertising industry).
2.8. Using Social Media Plug-Ins
How we use Social Bookmarks (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn)
We may use Bookmark Social (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or LinkedIn) to allow users of the corresponding Social platforms to post links from the Site on their Social profile, to find them easily or to share them with their contacts within the Social Media. The Site may contain Social Bookmarks that can be identified through the respective sharing buttons.
Sensoptic SA – Via dei Pioppi 4, 6616 Losone, Switzerland
Swiss VAT no.: CHE-104.126.652