In accordance with the Website Guidelines adopted in 2011 by the Minister for Public Administration and Simplification, these legal notices illustrate the general characteristics of the TERRINet website contents, procedures for their proper use, related responsibilities and the rules for the use of download materials.
Information on EU funding
The dissemination of results of the project reflects only the TERRINet Consortium view and the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.
All contents of the TERRINet portal (text, graphics, audio, movies, source code, software and any other information available in any form) are made available and accessible while expecting the users to take all the necessary precautions to respect the intellectual property rights of the legitimate owners.
The rights on the objects and contents of the portal shall remain the property of their owners and are protected by current copyright legislation. Reproduction of the contents of the portal is only for personal use and for non-commercial purposes and with the prior consent of rights holders, except the contents that may be licensed under creative commons.
The source of the contents of the portal must be cited when they are reproduced.
The personal data included in this website (e.g. email address, telephone number, fax number) may be employed by users only for purposes related to project activities. Using published data for marketing and commercial purposes is forbidden unless previously agreed to by the interested party. Spamming is forbidden as well. Any violations shall be reported to the competent authorities.
Using the website
The TERRINet website provides general information regarding its activities and the services it offers. If there are any errors or malfunctions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
The TERRINet project cannot be held in any way responsible for damage of any kind that may be caused directly or indirectly by accessing and using the portal and its related services nor by the use of interactive tools.
Moreover, the TERRINet project is in no way responsible for the services employed by users to connect to its Portal.
The TERRINet project reserves the right to inhibit or prohibit or suspend access to this website and related services at any time and without notice.
Accessing external linked websites
The TERRINet project has no responsibility for the sites that can be accessed from links within its website. Nor is it responsible for the information obtained by users on websites accessible by hyperlink. Any responsibility regarding the content and the use of external websites lies directly with their owners and/or managers.
As far as any social media presence of the TERRINet project, please refer to the conditions of service pertaining to copyright, which users are required to know and verify.
Moreover, the TERRINet project is not in any way responsible for the connectivity services used by users of the portal to connect to external linked sites and the use of their services.
Downloadable objects, programs and products (for example documentation, software, etc.) available on the portal are protected by current copyright and industrial property legislation. Downloads are only for personal and non-commercial use. The TERRINet project urges users to always verify the rights and conditions of use of the available downloadable programs and products and considers itself expressly released from any liability.
The TERRINet project does not guarantee the quality, safety and compatibility of the available downloadable programs and products with the systems in use and considers itself free from any liability as regards this matter.
Cookies created on a visitor’s computer do not contain any personal identification data and do not compromise his or her privacy or security.
What types of cookies are there?
For the purposes of the provision of the Guarantor of privacy No. 229 of May 8, 2014, there are two main categories: “technical” cookies and “profiling” cookies.
1) Technical cookies are used only to “carry out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network, or as strictly necessary for the provider of a company service, of information explicitly requested by the subscriber or user to provide the service” (see art. 122, paragraph 1, of the Code for the Protection of Personal Data).
They may be divided as follows:
2) Profiling cookies are designed to create user profiles and are used in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown while surfing the net. Given the considerable invasiveness in the privacy of users, the European and Italian legislation requires that users be properly informed about their use and express their valid consent.
The use of profiling cookies requires the user’s consent.
The provision of the Guarantor also distinguishes between website manager cookies and “third party” cookies, according to the different operators who install cookies on the user’s terminal, depending on whether it is the manager of the website that the user is visiting (which may be synthetically indicated as “publisher”) or a different website that installs cookies by means of the initial website (so-called “third-parties”).
In this respect, the publisher is on the one hand the data controller of the cookies installed directly, and on the other, a technical intermediary between third parties and users. The publisher, however, is exempt from the obligation to provide information and obtain consent to their installation for cookies installed by “third parties”.
What cookies does the TERRINet project website use?
The TERRINet project website uses the following types of cookies:
How to disable cookies?
One must know that if the cookies are blocked, the use of the TERRINet project website and of some services may be limited; browsing without tracking will be available in all of its features. The following are links on how to disable cookies for the most popular browsers:
It is possible to disable the cookies of Google Analytics by visiting the Google web page (Google GaOptOut) and downloading the plug-in for the browser used.