Legal policy

Except where indicated otherwise, all material on this web site, including, but not limited to, photographs, images, illustrations, texts, video clips and audio clips are protected by copyright, trademarks and/or other intellectual property rights, owned, or used with permission of their respective owners, by ITT S.p.A. This web site is protected, in its entirety, by copyright and other intellectual property rights. All rights reserved.
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The content of the web site may not be reproduced, wholly or partially, on other web sites, mailing lists, newsletters, retail magazines and/or CDs without ITT S.p.A.'s prior authorization, regardless of whether said reproduction is for profit or not. Authorization must be requested in writing via e-mail, and may only be considered as having been granted once the express written agreement of the Data Manager of ITT S.p.A. has been received. Failure on the part of said Data Manager to respond to any request for authorization should not, under any circumstances, be interpreted as the granting of tacit consent.
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Any reproduction, publication, distribution, cancellation, modification, sale or participation in the sale of this site and/or any of the material contained herein is strictly prohibited.


In accordance with Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003, we hereby provide you will the following information in relation to the data-processing operations carried out by ITT S.p.A. The data collected is processed using IT equipment for the sole purpose of allowing clients to access confidential information across the internet. If consent is withheld, the only consequence will be the impossibility for the client to access his or her information online.
The entity responsible for the data-processing operations is ITT S.p.A., Via Poerio 29 – 20129 Milano, Italy, E-mail:

Personal Data
Italian Legislative Decree No. 196/2003, shown below, governs the treatment of personal details. Personal details include any information on physical persons or legal entities, organizations or associations that permits them to be unequivocally identified, whether directly or indirectly. The processing of personal information relates to any operation carried out, with or without the use of IT equipment, for the purposes of collecting, recording, organizing, maintaining, processing, modifying, selecting, extracting, comparing, utilizing, interconnecting, blocking, disclosing, divulging, canceling or deleting personal details. The aforementioned legislation requires, in principal and with a limited number of exemptions, that the data subject's request be sought. It is also necessary for the data subject to be informed fully about the content of the legislation, with particular reference to the question of rights. This information is given here in these guidance notes.


Rights of the interested party
Article 7 of Italian Legislative Decree No. 196/2003 affords the data subject certain rights. In particular, the data subject has the right to request confirmation from the entity responsible of the existence or otherwise of his/her/its personal data and to request that said data is made available to him/her/it in an intelligible form. The data subject also has the right to be informed as to the source of the personal details and the processing operations used, and to cancel, make anonymous or block access to any personal details that have been processed unlawfully. In addition, the data subject may request the updating, correction or - if in his/her/its interest to do so - the completion of the details held. Lastly, the data subject may oppose, for legitimate reasons, the processing of any of his/her/its personal details.


Article 7 of the Italian Data Protection Act
1. The data has the right to request confirmation of the existence or otherwise of the personal details relating to him or her, even if the details have not been recorded, and to receive those details in intelligible form.
2. The data subject has the right to request information on:
a) the origin of the personal details
b) the purpose(s) of processing and the methods used
c) the technology applied where the processing activities are performed using electronic equipment
d) the data manager and all other parties with access to the details of the individual concerned, in accordance with Article 5, Paragraph 2
e) the parties (or categories) to which the personal details may be disclosed, or the parties which may have access to the details for legal reasons.
3. The data subject has the right to request:
a) the updating, correction or, when in his or her interests, completion of the details held
b) the cancellation, rendering anonymous or blocking of access to the personal details should they be processed in violation of the relevant legislation. The personal details referred to here also include any details that do not require to be stored in relation to the purposes for which they were initially collected and, subsequently, processed
c) proof that those to whom the details were disclosed or disseminated have been notified of the operations described in Subsections 'a' and 'b', unless the fulfillment of this task proves impossible or would require the use of resources that are clearly disproportionate to the rights being protected. 4. The data subject has the right to oppose, fully or in part:
a) the processing of his or her personal details, even if such processing is relevant to the purposes for which the data was collected
b) the processing of his or her personal details for purposes of marketing, direct sales, market research or other commercial purposes.