Privacy Policy

PRIVACY POLICY - Veneto Porte Plusz KFT.


Privacy Policy pursuant to Art. 13 of GDPR - EU 2016/679


This Privacy Policy is given as pursuant to Art. 13 of the EU Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation) to the Users of Veneto Porte Plusz Kft. (from here on out, the "Site" and "Veneto Porte" or the "Owner" or the "Data Controller"), electronically accessible at, the Site home page.
This Privacy Policy only describes the management procedures of the official company Site and not those of outer websites possibly accessible by the Users through a link.
Additional information could be given within the different access channels, broken down by subject issue. More information may be provided within the Site, in relation to specific services.

Data Controller: Veneto Porte Plusz Kft., 8000 Székesfehérvár - Mártírok út. 3. (Raktár)

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1. Purpose of the Personal Data processing
2. Types of Data collected and Data Collection Arrangements
3. Cookie Policy
4. Legal basis
5. Procedures for Data processing
6. Data transfer and/or dissemination
7. Data retention period
8. Potential presence of an automated decision-making process
9. Minors
10. Rights of the interested party
11. Amendments


1. Purpose of the Personal Data processing

User’s Personal Data will be processed, with User's consent where necessary, for the following purposes, where applicable:

a. to allow the provision of the requested services (e.g.: contact requests, quote requests, Newsletter subscriptions, requests for information or sign-ups to a training course, requests for documentation and permission to download it, reports of abuse, etc.), as well as the Site browsing;

b. to check for specific requests towards Veneto Porte;

c. to carry out marketing activities, such as statistics and market analysis, forward of information and promotional material, Products and Services of Veneto Porte. Such activities can be carried out, according to the applicable regulation, via paper mail, phone contact by an operator ("traditional mode"), email, sms and use of social netoworks ("automated mode"). At any time the User can decide to withdraw their consent, previously granted for traditional or automated mode, notifying it to the Owner, without any formalities, writing to In any case, whenever the User wanted to object to the processing of their Personal Data for the above marketing purposes, carried out by the use of the listed means, they can do so at any time by contacting the Owner at, with no prejudice the lawfulness of the processing carried out on the consent granted before the withdrawal;

d. to fulfill any obligation under the applicable regulation and the Community legislation, or to comply with specific requests by the authorities;

e. statistical purposes, without it being possible to trace back to the User's identity;

f. to carry out Direct Marketing activities via email for Products and Services similar to those the User required (quotes, documentation downloadable from the Site, etc.), unless their declared refusal to receive such kind of information, refusal that can be expressed in the process of requiring abovementioned Products and Services or in subsequent occasions by writing to

2. Types of Data collected and Data Collection Arrangements

Log files
It is possible for the User to access the Site without being asked to provide any Personal Data. Computer systems and softwares dedicated to the functioning of the Site detect, while operating, some data (whose transmission is implicit in the ordinary use of Internet communication protocols) not associated to Users directly identifiable. among the collected data are the Users' IP addresses, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of the required resources, the time of the request and the numerical code indicating the status of the response given by the server (success, error, etc.).
This information don't provide Users' Personal Data nor it is collected to be associated to identified Users, instead it's about technical/IT data collected and used in aggregated and anonymous form for the following purposes:
- to verify the correct functioning of the Site and monitor its security;
- to improve the quality of Service and provide statistics concerning the use of the Site;
- to proceed to assessment of responsibility in case of potential cyber crimes against the Site.

Data voluntarily provided by the User
The voluntary and explicit sending of electronic mail to the addresses set pout in the different access channels to the Site entails the consequent acquisition of the email address and related data of the User, required to reply their request and/or provide the requested Service.
Nevertheless, it's guaranteed that this processing will be deployed in accordance with the principles of fairness, lawfulness, openness and protection of privacy, as stated by the GDPR. Nevertheless, before proceeding to the activation of a specific Service, adequate information will be provided and, where necessary, the related consent to the use of Personal Data will be required. Such consent can be withdrawn at any time, dropping the chance to use the Service in question.

3. Cookie Policy

This Site uses Cookies to customize contents and ads, to allow some social media functionalities and to analyze the traffic on the Site. Data on how the Site is used is also shared with partners who deal with web data analysis, advertisement and social media and could combine them with other data the User may have provided them with, directly or by using their Services.
Cookies are short text files that can be used by websites to make the User's browsing experience more efficient and enjoyable.
The law states that Cookies can be stored in the User's device if they're strictly necessary to the website functioning. All other types of Cookies needs the User's consent.
This Site uses several types of Cookies. Some are stored by Third-party Services that appear on its pages. At any time, the User can modify or withdraw their consent by writing to

The User's consent apply to the following Site:

Veneto Porte protects the privacy of the Users of this Site according to the EU Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation). We ask the User of this Site to read, before browsing the Site, this page and any subsequent integration concerning Personal Data protection. What stated here refers to the Site, for what may concern external resources reachable by the User through links we refer to the interested website.

3.a. Browsing

This Site uses softwares for statistical analysis aimed at observing how the Users browse it, in order to allow us to improve the User experience in the following updates fo the Site itself. Data are therefore collected for statistical purposes, in an aggregate and anonymous form. "Passive" browsing implies the use of Cookies (both session and persistent Cookies) that the User can disable on their browser.

3.b. Data collection

Data collection concern the User's request for information, the Newsletter subscription, the use of the comment section in the blog.

Information request
Email and Personal Data provided while sending an information request are used solely to facilitate the interaction between the Owner and the User and better respond to their requests.

3.c. Cookies

This Site uses Cookies to help the Owner understanding how to give the Users the best possible browsing experience. Cookies are short text files containing alphanumeric characters which are stored in the browser memory, unless the User do not agree. Cookies contain information that can be transferred but it's NOT information that allows the Owner to identify the User. Their privacy is guaranteed!
The Site uses analytical/performance Cookies that allow the Owner to count the Users browsing it and detect how they browse it (see the next paragraph "Google Analytics"). Data are aggregated and anonymous, not individual. These Cookies allow the Owner to undestand how to improve the Site and help next Users in finding what they're looking for in less time.

Google Analytics
To ensure compliance of contractual obligations towards Google and excluding any responsibility at the expense of Google with regard to what provided for therein, the Owner informs that «Google Analytics is a web analytics Service provided by Google Inc. ("Google"). Google Analytics uses "Cookies", short text files stored on User's device to allow the site to analyze, anonymously, how the users browse the site. Cookie generated information on the site usage will be transferred to and stored in Google's servers in the US. Google will use this information to the purpose of tracking and analyzing the site usage bu Users, fill out reports on site activities for its operators and provide additional services related to the site operation and the use of the Internet. Google can also transfer this information to Third-parties when required by law or when said Third-parties process that information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate User's IP address to any other information in its possession. The User may refuse to use Cookies by selecting the appropriate option on their browser settings, but this could prevent the full functioning of the site. By browsing the site, with no amendments to the browser settings, the User agree to the processing of their Personal Data by Google, in the manner and for the purposes described above».

Privacy Policy of some of the Third-parties that use Cookies on this Site: Privacy Policy Google

A complementary form allows to disable Google Analytics Google Analytics.

3.d. Third-Party application integrated within the Site

This Site may include Third-party applications that allow the User to share contents from the Site itself with other people and to let Third-parties know of their consultation or their opinion on the contents of the Site. That's the case, in particular, of button such as "Share" and "Like", provided by social network sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, etc.
The social network site that provides one of the abovementioned buttons may indentify the User through that button, even if that's not used while browsing the Site. That kind of button, in fact, can allow the interested social network site to follow the User's navigation path on the Site, simply because the respective User's account has been activated on their device ("login session") during their visit to the Site.
The Owner has no control over the processes used by these social network sites to collect Data on the Users' browsing activity on the Site, possibly connected to the Users' Personal Data they already own. The User shall visit the Privacy Policy pages of these websites to know the purposes of their Data collection, advertisement included, and the specific information they can collect through these button. These Policies should allow the User to exert their choices about each social network site, through their account settings.

How to disable Third-Party Cookies

- Google
- YouTube
- Facebook
- Instagram
- Twitter
- Pinterest

3.e. User's choices about Cookies

The User has several ways to manage Cookies. All setting parameters could entail changes in the way the User browses the Internet and their access terms to Services that require specific Cookies.
At any time, the User can exert and change their choices about Cookies as follows.

Choices given by the browser
The browser can be configured so that Cookies are stored on the device or, on the contrary, are rejected, both by default or depending on the emitter. The browser can also be set in order to ask promptly for the acceptance or refusal of Cookies, before any Cookie is stored on the device.
For further information, see "How to exert their choice, depending on the browser used”.

Cookie consent
The storing of Cookies in a device is subordinate to the User's will, which can be exerted and changed at any time an for free through the setting options offered by the browser. If the User has agreed to the storing of Cookies on their device through their browser, Cookies integrated within pages and contents consulted can be temporarily stored in a dedicated area of the device. They will be legible solely by the emitter.

Cookie refusal
If the User refuses Cookies on their device, or remove those previously stored, they could not be able to use all of the Site's interactive features. That would be the case when trying to access to contents or Services that require authentification. The same would happen if the Owner or its suppliers wouldn't be able to detect, for technical compatibility purposes, the type of browser used by the device, language or display settings or the country the device connects from. In such cases, the Owner declines any responsibility connected to the malfunctioning of its Services, due to the impossibility to store and read Cookies necessary to operate, because of refusal or deletion by the User.

How to exert their choice, depending on the browser used
Regarding the management of Cookie choices each browser has its own configuration and setting options, available at the following links:

- Internet Explorer
- Safari
- Google Chrome
- Modzilla Firefox
- Opera

In order to refuse the storing of Cookies on their device (including those for for advertising purposes), the User will be able to set this configuration through the designated functionality of their browser.

4. Legal basis

The legal basis of the Personal Data processing for purposes at points 1.a. and 1.b. it's art. 6(1)(b) of the Regulation («[...] processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract»), since these processings are necessary to provide the required Services or, in general, to respond to the User's requests. The provision of Personal Data is discretionary to these purposes but the lack of it would cause the impossibility to satisfy the User's requests.

Processing carried out to the purpose of point 1.c. are based on User's consent, under art. 6(1)(a) of the Regulation («[...] the data subject has given consent to the processing of his or her personal data for one or more specific purposes»). The provision of Personal Data to this purpose is therefore totally discretionary and does not affect the fruition of Services. If the User wanted to object to the processing of their Personal Data, at any time they can notify the Owner writing at

Personal Data processing to the purpose described at point 1.d. is a legitimate operation under art. 6(1)(c) of the Regulation («[...] processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which the controller is subject»).

Data processing described at point 1.e. does not involve Personal Data, therefore can be carried out by Veneto Porte with no restrictions.

Personal Data processing to the purpose at point 1.f. is a legitimate processing under the applicable regulation and does not require User's consent. Nevertheless, the user can object to the processing of their Personal Data while in the process of requesting Products or Services available on the Site or in the occasion of subsequent communications form the Owner, writing at

5. Procedures for Data processing

Personal Data are processed by means of automated tools as long as it's strictly necessary to fulfil the purpose they're collected for, in accordance with the principles of lawfulness, purpose limitation and Data minimisation, and in accordance with art.5 of the GDPR and with mandatory times. Specific security measures are observed to prevent the loss of Data, unlawful uses and unauthorised access.

6. Data transfer and/or dissemination

User's Data, subjected to the processing, are not going to be disseminate but they could be transferred to companies contractually bound to the Owner, in accordance with and within the limits of the GDPR. Data collected are not going to be transferred outside the European Economic Area. Data could be transferred to Third-parties belonging to the following categories:
- IT Services providers who cooperate to the management of the Owner's IT systems and telecommunication networks (electronic mail included);
- handling and consultancy offices and companies;
- competent authorities for compliance with legal obligations, and/or public bodies rules, upon request.
Subjects belonging to the above-mentioned categories act as Data Processor or operate completely independently as distinct Data Controller. The list of Data Processors is constantly updated and available at the premises of the Owner. Any additional transfer or dissemination will occur only with User's prior explicit consent.

7. Data retention period

At the end of the provision of the Service, Personal Data will be retained solely for statistical purposes, in accordance with the law, applicable regulation, Community regulation and codes of conduct signed into persuant art. 40 of GDPR, for a time period prescribed by law (accordingly, 10 years) or, in case they're not subject to any law, for a time period no longer then 5 years. Beyond this time period, Personal Data will be stored anonymously or deleted.

8. Potential presence of an automated decision-making process

The Owner informs the User that this Site does not use any automated decision-making process, therefore in particular it does not perform a profilation algorithm.

9. Minors

This Site and the Services provided by means of it are not addressed to Users under 16 and the Owner does not intentionally collect Personal Data concerning under-aged Users. In case information concerning minors is unintentionally collected, the Owner will promptly delete it, upon request by the User.

10. Rights of the interested party

The User is entitled to receive from the Owner information about the processing of their Personal Data by sending an email at

Right of access: sending a request via email, the User can at any time have access to their Personal Data in possession of the Owner.

Right to rectification: the User has the right to have their Personal Data modified when incomplete, inaccurate or outdated.

Right to erasure (‘Right to be forgotten’): upon User's request, the Owner will take charge of the deletion of every Personal Data within 30 days.

Right to restriction of processing: the User has the right to restrict the processing of their Personal Data by the Owner.

Right to data portability: upon User's request, the Owner will export their Data in order to transfer them to Third-parties, in a structured, customary and legible format.

Right to object: at nay time, the User can unsubscribe from any specific use the Owner makes of their Personal Data (newsletter, DEM, etc.)

Right to lodge a complaint: if the User does think their rights have not been respected, they can lodge a complaint to the competent authority as directed at or sending an email at

11. Amendments

The Owner reserves the right to update or simply modify this Privacy Policy, partly or entirely, also as consequence of variations of legislative and regulatory provisions governing this matter and protecting Users' rights. Such variations and consequent updates of the Privacy Policy will be notified to Users on the Site homepage. Users are invited to regularly visit this page to be aware of the most recent version of this Privacy Policy and be up-to-date about the information we collect and the use to which we put it.