Welcome to LAPS Foundation's Privacy Policy.

This Privacy Policy allows you to better understand what data we collect, why we collect it and how we use it. The information contained herein is very important, so please read it carefully before submitting any personal data and/or filling out any electronic form on this website.

This Policy, which is also made available pursuant to art. 13 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR – Regulation 2016/679), is intended for anyone who connects to LAPS Foundation's corporate website and uses its web services at

The website is owned by LAPS Foundation and is managed by doppiozero srl, which ensures compliance with the personal data protection legislation (GDPR 2016/679).

Privacy Policy

LAPS Foundation values your privacy, and therefore both new and old LAPS Foundation users should be aware of our practices

When informing you about our regulations, we strive to use clear and plain language. If you are not familiar with terms such as cookies, IP addresses, pixel tags and browser, you may contact us to ask any questions in this regard.

Our Privacy Policy explains:
- What data we collect and why we collect it.
- How we use the data we collect.
- The options we offer, including the access method.

1. What data we collect

We collect data to offer better services to all our users. For example, we use it to understand basic elements such as the language you speak or more complex elements such as which ads might be most useful to you or which content may be created based on your interests.

Personal data collected through the website, either by us or through third parties, include: usage data, phone number, email, first name, last name, ZIP code, company name, address, country, city, field of activity, website, username, gender, date of birth, geographical location, job, likeness and profile image.

Information is collected in the following ways:

Data provided by the user
For example, through forms available on the website. When filling out a form, we ask you to provide personal data such as your name, email address or phone number.

Data we collect through Google Analytics
When you visit our website, we use Google Analytics technology to collect data and store information which may involve the use of cookies or similar technologies to identify your browser or device. We also use this technology to collect and store data when you interact with our website. Google may use cookies that divide data based on demographics and may potentially use collected data to contextualize and customize ads, sharing it with other services developed by Google.

For more information, see the following links:

You can prevent Google Analytics from using this data by downloading and installing a browser add-on.


What are cookies?
Cookies are small strings of texts that a website sends to your device in order to optimize browsing and services offered, as well as to improve website use and functionality. Cookies are used to manage your authentications, monitor your sessions and store your preferences.
Cookies can be saved on your device and remain active for a period of variable duration, or they can be deleted when you close your browser.

Some cookies are essential in that they support key functions of our website such as your session settings.
In addition to browsing or session cookies, this website also uses functionality cookies. These allow us to remember your choices (such as language or country of origin) and to offer an advanced and customized service.
We also use technical cookies to keep track of your acceptance to receive cookies in accordance with the applicable law.

Cookie management
Almost all web browsers are set to automatically accept cookies by default.
You may choose to disable the use of cookies or to limit their functions by customizing your browser settings. Previously installed cookies may also be deleted through your browser preferences. Please note that disabling, blocking or deleting cookies may adversely affect the user experience and functionality of our website. Disabling third-party cookies may also hinder the proper functioning of the website.

For instructions on how to manage cookies in different browsers, see the following links:
Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer Safari Opera

Cookie settings
Manage how your browser uses cookies or how data is sent to services such as Google Analytics
- I accept all cookies
- I do not accept cookies

Google AdWords
Google AdWords is used to manage campaigns and ads with the aim of attracting new visitors to the website, increasing online sales, receiving more phone calls or retaining customers. To help us keep track of sales and other ad-generated conversions, a cookie is added by Google AdWords to your computer when you click on an ad.

For more information and to find out how to block certain ads, see the following link:

2. How we use the data we collect

We use data collected through cookies and other technologies, such as pixel tags, to improve the user experience and the overall quality of our services. To this end, one of the products we use for our services is Google Analytics.
Data is processed through computerized procedures and electronic means.

LAPS Foundation processes personal data on a server located in Germany. We may process personal data on a server in a country other than the one where you are located.

Besides the Controller, in some cases data may be accessed by certain categories of people involved in the organization of the website (including but not limited to administrative, commercial, and marketing staff, lawyers, system administrators) or third parties (such as, for example, third-party technical service providers, couriers, hosting providers, IT companies, communication agencies). Where necessary, the Controller may appoint them as Processors. You can always ask the Controller for an up-to-date list of Processors.

Voluntary nature of data provision
Without prejudice to what was specified as regards browsing data, users/visitors are free to provide their personal data. Failure to do so may only result in a request refusal.

Where we process your data
Processing activities related to the web services of the above-mentioned website are carried out at the registered office of LAPS Foundation, c/o Centro Uffici Direzionali Palazzo Galileo in Via San Quintino 28, 10121 Turin (Italy), and/or at the registered seat of the website hosting and/or management company. Such activities are only handled by technical staff at the Office in charge of processing, or others charged with occasional maintenance operations. No data obtained from the web service shall be communicated or disclosed. Personal data provided by users who request information material shall be used for the sole purpose of providing the service requested, and it is disclosed to third parties only when necessary for said purpose.

Data Controller
The Data Controller responsible for processing personal information is LAPS Foundation, in the person of its Secretary-General.

3. Rights of the user

Pursuant to the GDPR and national legislation, you can exercise the following rights:
- Request access to your personal data and learn about the logic, methods and purposes of its processing.
- Receive data in a readable electronic format.
- Request data updating, rectification, integration or erasure.
- Object to certain processing activities or request that data processing be restricted in case of inaccuracies or illegal processing.
- And, more generally, exercise all rights you are entitled to pursuant to current regulatory provisions.

You can submit your requests at any time by contacting the Data Controller at the following address: LAPS Foundation, c/o Centro Uffici Direzionali Palazzo Galileo in Via San Quintino 28, 10121 Turin (Italy).

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