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Information on privacy legislation
This page contains a description of the way in which the website is managed in terms of the processing of the personal data of the users consulting it.
This information is also made available, pursuant to Article 13 of Italian Legislative Decree  196/2003, The Personal Data Protection Code, and to Articles 13 and 14 of EU Regulation 2016/679, to those interacting with the web services of MARAJA SRL, accessible remotely from the website www.bidinside.com which is the initial page of the online auction portal BID INSIDE, entirely managed by the company MARAJA SRL.
The information is provided solely for the BID INSIDE portal managed by MARAJA SRL and not for any other websites that may be consulted by users through this link.
The information also complies with the provisions of Recommendation 2/2001 that the European authorities for the protection of personal data, following the working group set up by Article 29 of Directive 95/46/CE, adopted on 17 May 2001 in order to set out certain minimum requirements for collecting personal data online in the European Union and, in particular, the methods, timing and nature of the information that data controllers are required to provide users with when they link to web pages, regardless of the purpose of that link.
The data controller
Following consultation of this site, data relating to identified or identifiable persons may be processed.
The controller of the data processed is MARAJA SRL, registered office and operating base address: Via Tre Settembre, 99 - 47891 DOGANA RSM - SAN MARINO.

Data processing location
Data associated with the web services for this site are processed at the above-mentioned company headquarters and they are dealt with exclusively by technical staff appointed to do the processing. No data arising from the web service are disclosed or disseminated. The personal data provided by users wishing to bid at the auctions are used solely for the purpose of providing the service or performing the requested tasks and the data are not disclosed to third parties other than the auction houses with which the users are registered or through which they make bids.

Types of data processed
Navigation data
During their normal operations, the IT systems and software procedures used to enable this website to function acquire some personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of the internet communication protocols.
This information is not collected in order to be associated with identified subjects but, owing to the very nature of the information, the processing and association of the data with data held by third parties may enable the users to be identified.
The category of data includes IP addresses or the computer domain names used by users connecting to the website, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses for the resources requested, the timing of the request, the method used to make the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the numeric code for the status of response issued by the server – successful outcome, error, etc. and other parameters relating to the operating system and the user’s IT environment.
These data are only used for the purpose of gathering anonymous statistical information on the use of the site and to check that the site is operating correctly and the data are deleted immediately after processing. The data can be used to ascertain responsibility if any supposed IT offences have been committed that may damage the website. With the exception of this situation, the web contact data are not kept in existence for more than seven days.
Data provided voluntarily by users
The sending of any optional, explicit and voluntary e-mail messages to the addresses displayed on this site will lead to the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s e-mail address as  is necessary to respond to the requests made, in addition to any other personal data included in the messages in question.

  1. The personal information provided, including the name, address, invoicing data and bidding information are only transmitted to the auction house with which the subjects are registered or through which they make bids.
  2. Some personal information (tax code, identity documents, place and date of birth) may be requested by auction houses to comply with the requirements provided for by Italian law.
  3. It is accepted that auction houses may check the credit/payment record with any referent during registration at Bid Inside.
  4. Other than the operations described above, no customer information we collect will be shared or sold.
  5. We may contact you from time to time to update you on our services, new functions and promotions, up-coming auctions and other associated services. You may choose to cancel your subscription to our e-mails by selecting this option in your account settings.
  6. We undertake to protect the confidentiality of the information provided. However, if we suspect the existence of fraudulent or other illegal activities, we reserve the right to provide information to the forces of law and order.
  7. Users are responsible for the confidentiality of their password and other account information and they are responsible for all the uses of their own account, whether or not this has been authorised. If you consider that your account has been used improperly or jeopardised, we would ask you to contact us immediately.

Subscription to the newsletter
Optional, explicit and voluntary subscription to our newsletter leads to subscription to the account held by MARAJA Srl on the website Mailchimp https://mailchimp.com, a brand of the  Rocket Science Group, LLC, 675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Suite 5000, Atlanta, GA 30308 USA, whose privacy policy is available on this page https://mailchimp.com/legal/privacy/. We remind you that it is possible to unsubscribe at any time and any newsletter we send out always contains the link to delete or update your data.

COOKIES
Cookies are used to enable users to access the services provided by the Bid Inside portal and therefore to enable them to register with and make bids through the various auction houses.
Monitoring, statistics and plug-ins
Use of Google Analytics
This website uses Google Analytics, a web data analysis service provided by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, California, 94043 USA, (hereinafter "Google"). Google Analytics uses what are known as cookies, these being text files saved on your computer to make it possible to analyse how the website is being used. The information on use of the website, including your IP address, obtained by these cookies will be sent to and stored on a Google server in the US. Google uses this information for the purpose of analysing your use of the website, to compile reports on the website traffic on behalf of the owner of the website and in order to offer additional services relating to the use of the website and the internet. Google may also transmit this information to third parties where this is prescribed by law or when the third parties in question are processing this information on behalf of Google. In no circumstances will Google associate your IP address with other data in its possession. You may prevent cookies being installed by changing your browser settings. However, we would like to remind you that this could prevent you being able to use all the functions of this website. By using this site, you give your consent to the processing of your data in the ways and for the purposes described above. At any time you can withdraw your consent to the future collection and storage of your personal data. In order to do this, our contact details are given in the colophon. Alternatively you can use the Google Analytics deactivation add-on  (https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it), if this is available on your browser.

We wish to inform you that this site uses Google Analytics with the _anonymizelp extension in the JavaScript ga.js library, (and more recently ga('set', 'anonymizeIp', true) in the analytics.js library) therefore using an abbreviated version of IP addresses in order to avoid direct personal identification.
To consult the privacy information of the company Google, in relation to the Google Analytics service, you can visit the website https://www.google.com/intl/it_ALL/analytics/learn/privacy.html
In order to find out about all of Google’s privacy standards, you can visit the website https://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/
By using our website you give your consent to the processing of your data by Google in the ways and for the purposes described above.

Optional nature of data provision
Apart from what has been stated for navigation data, users are free to provide their personal data as required in the registration forms or otherwise indicted in the contact details to request subscription to the newsletter or to register with auction houses.
Failure to provide these data may make it impossible to provide the services.

Processing methods
Personal data are processed by automated means only for the time strictly necessary for performing the tasks for which they have been collected. Specific security measures are taken to prevent the loss of the data, their illicit or improper use, or unauthorised access to them.

Data subjects’ rights
The subjects to which the personal data refer have the right, at any time, to receive confirmation of the existence or otherwise of their personal data and to ascertain its content and origin, check that it is correct or ask for additions, amendments or corrections to be made (pursuant to Article 7 of the Personal Data Protection Code and pursuant to Articles 15-22 of EU Regulation 2016/679).
Pursuant to the same Article, subjects have the right to request deletion of the data or their transformation into anonymous form, or to restrict any data unlawfully processed or, in all circumstances and for legitimate reasons, to object to their processing.
Such requests can be made:
- by traditional paper mail to the address of MARAJA SRL.
- by e-mail, to the address: info@maraja.net
For further information, contact the data controller:
MARAJA SRL
Registered office and operating base: Via Tre Settembre, 99 - 47891 DOGANA RSM
Tel. +39 393 8589723
E-mail: info@maraja.net


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