Cookie policy

Cookie policy


This information notice is provided in accordance with Article 13 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196 of 2003, Code in relation to Personal Data Protection, to all users of Regina Catene Calibrate S.p.A. (hereafter, “Regina”) website through an internet connection.

This information notice does specifically refer to Regina’s website, so it doesn’t extend to any other website that can be reached from Regina’s website through links. The notice takes into account, among other regulations, Directive 2009/136/CE, that has introduced new norms on cookies usage, and recommendation n. 2/2001, adopted by European authorities on personal data protection to identify some base requisites for on-line personal data collection. Those regulations are considered especially in relation with the sort of information, the timing and the delivery modality that the data processors need to provide to users that reach a web page, no matter the reason of their visit.


Consulting Regina’s website may involve the processing of data relating to identified or identifiable persons (see section below entitled “Types of Data Processed”).

The processing controller is Regina Catene Calibrate S.p.A., with registered offices in Via S. Barnaba 32, 20125 Milano, Italy.


All operations related with the website service do take physically place in Regina Catene Calibrate and are managed only by identified personnel, specially appointed on the basis of the purposes of the requested and subscribed services.

For the processing in question, Regina may make use of assistance from external companies, consultants, consortia, suppliers of software and operating services, by way of identified and appointed personnel, as part of the relevant purposes and in such a way as to ensure the maximum security and confidentiality of the data.



The computer systems and application processes involved in Regina website acquire, during the course of their normal operation, some data whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols.

That information is used to obtain statistical information on the use of the website and to check its correct functioning and is not associated with identified users; however, by its nature and by association with data held by third parties, it could allow for the identification of the interested parties.

Within this sort of information, there are: IP addresses, domain names of the machines run by the users, the addresses in URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) notes of the requested resources, the request times and modalities, the dimension of the file obtained in reply to each request, the numerical code showing the reply of the server (error, positive result etc…) and other similar parameters of the operative system and of the informatics environment of the user.

This data is removed from the systems after the preparation of the statistics and is stored offline exclusively to ascertain liability in the case of computer crimes and it may only be consulted upon request by the judicial authority.


The facultative and explicit release of personal data, such as those data provided by users that fill up information request templates, does imply the acquisition of such data in order to reply to the users requests.

All the data volunteered by users will be managed within the limits established by the law and regulations, in compliance with the general principles of transparency, correctness and confidentiality as identified in the Regulation implementing the rules in relation to personal data protection


It is possible to withhold consent to the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate setting on your browser. We set out below the links which explain how to disable cookies on the most popular browsers (for other browsers that may be used, we suggest you seek this option from the software help menu, which can usually be accessed by pressing the F1 key:

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