Privacy policy

INFORMATION NOTICE PURSUANT TO ART. 13 OF REGULATION 2016/679/EU "on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data" ("GDPR")

V 2.00.00: in force from 18/07/2022


Dear User,

We wish to inform you that browsing the website involves the processing of certain personal data relating to you. However, we would like to reassure you about the use of such information, which will be processed by Futura Law Firm Società tra Avvocati a Responsabilità Limitata Società Benefit, with registered office in Via Davide Bertolotti, 7, 10121 Turin (TO), Tax Code/VAT number 12446380011, share capital of € 10,000.00 fully paid up, registered with the Company Register of Turin REA TO-1290471, registration no. 12 special section in the Turin Bar Association (hereinafter " Futura Law Firm").Futura") for the sole purpose of allowing you an effective browsing experience and the proper and safe use of the platform services.

Futura, as identified above, is the controller of your personal data and will process your data in accordance with the principles of lawfulness, correctness, transparency, purpose limitation and storage, data minimisation, accuracy, integrity and confidentiality.

What data we process

Browsing dataThis consists of information transmitted by your device to our network infrastructure in order to allow you to navigate within the site. This includes, by way of example, your IP address, URI, date and time of access to the pages or the performance of certain operations you carry out while browsing. Some of this information, under certain conditions, is to be understood as personal data insofar as it relates to your person and insofar as it indirectly makes it possible to identify you to a certain extent (for example, if we obtain further information from your Internet service provider for the purpose of protecting our rights or the rights of others). Futura will therefore process such data like any other personal data, taking all measures deemed appropriate in this regard.

Personal data: any information concerning an identified or identifiable natural person ("data subject"). In particular, an identifiable person is any natural person who can be identified, directly or indirectly, by reference in particular to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more features of his physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity. Therefore, certain navigation data may constitute personal data (under certain conditions as explained above), as well as information that you transmit to us when you write to us at our e-mail address or through the contact form available in the 'Contact us' section of the site.

Special dataThis category includes information revealing the racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, or trade union membership of the person concerned; genetic data, biometric data intended to uniquely identify a natural person, data relating to the health or sexual life or sexual orientation of the person concerned. As a rule, Futura does not collect this type of informationhowever, you may transmit it to us yourself by writing to us at the e-mail address or through the contact form available on the website. In the event that you transmit such special data to us, Futura will delete this information from its database, unless you expressly consent to the processing of this data.


In line with our values and in accordance with the principle of minimisation set out in the GDPR, we do not collect any data that is not strictly necessary for the provision of our services. Therefore, consistent with what the site offers today, we have not deemed it necessary to use cookies or other tracking tools and no user data will therefore be collected or processed by means of such tools.

Why we process your data

  1. In order to allow you to browse our website, Futura must necessarily collect and process certain information relating to your device (such as your IP address): this data is collected from time to time due to the normal operation of the website, which involves a flow of information from our servers to your terminal and vice versa. Data retention for these purposes is strictly linked to the time of transmission of information on the networks.
  2. Some processing of your personal data may be necessary to prevent or respond to unlawful conduct or conduct that may compromise the security of our networks or those of other users. In some cases, it may be essential to use the data collected to report a crime to the competent authorities, or to take legal action to protect our rights. The data will be kept for 10 days if there is no security risk or possibility of unlawful behaviour. If it is indispensable to take action to protect our rights, storage will depend on the duration of the dispute and until the litigation has been settled, i.e. within the terms imposed by the Authorities.
  3. To the extent deemed necessary, your data may be used for anti-fraud purposes, as well as for website performance analysis (in the latter case, the information will be aggregated and suitably anonymised so that it can no longer be traced back to you). For anti-fraud purposes, the retention period is 30 days (please specify the period), unless there are concrete indications of illegal behaviour.
  4. Any request for assistance sent to our e-mail address or to the contact form on the site entails the processing of your personal data to the extent strictly necessary to fulfil your specific requests. The storage of your data is strictly limited to the period necessary to fulfil your request.


Legal bases for processing

  1. With reference to the purposes set out in point 1, the legal basis of the processing consists in the need for Futura to provide the Site, and is therefore attributable to a contractual purpose within the meaning of Article 6.1b) of the GDPR.
  2. With reference to the purposes set out in points 2 and 3, the legal basis for the processing is the need for Futura to pursue its legitimate interests.
  3. With reference to the purposes set out in point 4, the legal basis for the processing is the need for Futura to carry out pre-contractual measures taken at your request.


How we process your data

Your data will be processed electronically and/or, if necessary, on paper, in accordance with the principles laid down in the legislation for the protection of personal data and the technical and organisational security measures appropriate to the risks to your rights and fundamental freedoms.

We may authorise third parties to access and carry out operations on your data; these third parties will act as "authorised processors".

Provision of data

You are always free to provide us with your personal data or not.

However, failure to do so will not allow the pursuit of the purposes identified from time to time.

Addressees of the communication

Your personal data may be communicated to subjects outside of Futura (natural or legal persons), but only if strictly necessary and relevant to the pursuit of the above-mentioned purposes. Where such entities process personal data on behalf of and within the scope of the pursuit of Futura's purposes, Futura will appoint them as data processors in accordance with and by means of an agreement pursuant to Article 28 of the GDPR.

Please note, however, that we are in no way liable for any breach of data protection regulations or wrongdoing by such persons.

By way of example, the categories of persons to whom your data may be sent are:

  • IT service maintenance companies, whose employees will be appropriately designated as System Administrators
  • companies providing cloud and other virtualisation services

Your rights

The GDPR gives you a number of rights (Articles 15 to 22) to protect your personal data:

  • you will always have the right to access information about yourself and to be informed about the manner and purpose of the processing of such information;
  • you can always request that your data be corrected if it is inaccurate or out of date;
  • you can obtain the deletion of your data if (i) it is no longer necessary for our purposes, or (ii) if it has been unlawfully processed, (iii) you have withdrawn your consent or (iv) you object to its processing;
  • you may object to the processing of your data on the basis of a legitimate interest, if processing is carried out on that legal basis;
  • You may obtain the restriction of processing, i.e. requesting that the data be processed only for storage purposes, if (i) you contest the accuracy of your data, (ii) object to the processing, (iii) the processing is unlawful or (iv) the data are necessary to protect your rights in court;
  • you shall have the right to obtain the portability of the personal data provided by you, if processed by automated means and on the basis of consent or the need to perform a contract to which you are party. In these cases, you may request that we deliver, or transmit to another data controller, your personal data in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format that allows for interoperability.

We also remind you that you can always withdraw your consent, for any of the individual purposes for which you may have given it. Please note, however, that this (i) will not invalidate the processing carried out up to that point, and that (ii) such revocation may prevent the Data Controller from continuing the activities that you originally requested.


To exercise your rights, simply write to where you can obtain further information on the processing of your data, including the list of categories of recipients to whom the data are disclosed.

We remind you that you can always turn to the Control Authority (the "Garante Privacy",, or alternatively to the Judicial Authority, in order to protect your rights.