Cookie and privacy policy pursuant to art.13, legislative decree 196/2003

The Data Controller, Torino Outlet Village, whose registered office is in Via Torino 160 – 10036 Settimo Torinese (TO), hereby informs users of the website about the type of cookies used and the purposes served by information acquired and also provides instructions on how to select/deselect individual cookies pursuant to the provisions of art. 13 and 122, legislative decree 196, 30 June 2003, and of the General Authorizations of the Data Protection Authority (Provvedimento generale del Garante privacy), 8 May 2014.


A “cookie” is a small text file created by some websites on users’ computers when they accesses a given website and serves to store and transport information. Cookies are sent by a web server (i.e. the computer on which the visited website is running) to the user’s browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) and stored on the latter’s computer; they are then re-sent to the website upon each subsequent visit. Further information on cookies may be found here:

Certain operations would not be possible without the use of cookies, which are therefore necessary in some cases. In other cases the visualized website uses cookies to facilitate browsing by the user or enable the latter to use specifically requested services.

Cookies may remain in the system even for long periods and also contain a unique identification code. This enables the websites that use them to track a user’s browsing within that website for statistical or advertising purposes and, in effect, create personalized profiles of users based on the pages they visit and show and/or send them targeted advertising (so-called behavioural advertising). In these cases we talk about profiling cookies.


The website uses various types of technical cookie but not profiling cookies.

In the table below the Data Controller specifies, pursuant to the provisions the General Authorizations of the Data Protection Authority dated 8 May 2014, the categories of cookies used, their purposes and the consequences of deselecting them:

Type Purpose Conservation period Consequence of deselection
Technical cookies Gestione del sito. Website management. They enable secure and efficient operation and exploration of the website. Valid for the browsing session. These cookies are necessary for the use of the website: blocking them prevents use of the site.
Analytics cookies Statistics.

Collection of information in aggregate form on numbers of users and how they visit the website to produce general statistics on the service and its use.

Established by 3rd parties (see below). It would no longer be possible for the Data Controller to acquire aggregate information.

3rd party cookies

3rd party cookies are also active on the website They are created by websites other than the one the user is currently browsing.

Under the provisions of the General Authorizations of the Data Protection Authority dated 8 May 2014, the Data Controller must provide an updated link to the notices and consent forms of the 3rd parties with which it has entered agreements for the installation of cookies via its websites.

The 3rd party cookies used are of the anonymous type, meaning they allow information on the pages of each individual website consulted to be collected and recorded anonymously but do not allow the visitor to be identified and are not combined with other information in any way. Such data are used exclusively to track and analyze use of websites by users, compile statistics on the basis of information collected in anonymous form and by using data in aggregate form.

Users are hereby informed that the cookie-issuing web analysis service used by the Data Controller is “Google Analytics”, as described below. Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”), which uses cookies that are stored in the user’s computer to allow the visited website to analyze how users use it. The information generated by the cookie on the use of the website visited by the user (including IP address) will be transmitted to Google and stored on Google’s servers in the United States. Google will use this information to track and examine use of the website by the user, compile reports on the website’s activities for the operators of the website and provide other services relative to the website’s activities and use of the Internet. Google may also transfer this information to 3rd parties where this is required by law or where such 3rd parties process the information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate a user’s IP addresses with any other data in Google’s possession. Users may at any time refuse to use cookies by selecting the appropriate setting on their browser. See to consult Google’s privacy policy relative to its Google Analytics service and give your consent to use of the aforementioned cookies.

It is possible to disable Google Analytics for advertising display and personalize the ads of Google’s Display Network in the following ways:

using the ads settings:

-with the tools currently available for disabling Google Analytics for the Web:


By accessing the website and bypassing the opening banner containing the short notice, the user has given their express consent to the use of the technical cookies expressly indicated in this document.

Individual cookies may be freely selected/deselected via your browser (by selecting the settings menu, clicking on “Internet options”, opening the privacy window and choosing the desired level of cookie blocking).


If you wish, you may manage cookies directly, also by means of the settings on your browser. Deleting cookies from the browser could, however, remove the preferences you set for the Group’s websites, so it’s advisable to periodically visit this page to check your preferences.

For further information and support you can also visit the specific help page of the web browser you use:

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On the website there are certain “buttons” (called “Social Buttons/Widgets”) in the form of social network icons (eg. Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and icons of other websites (Google+, Youtube, etc.). These buttons enable users who are browsing websites to directly interact, with a “click”, with the social networks and other websites shown on the buttons. In this case the social networks and other websites acquire data relative to the user’s visit, while the Data Controller will not share any browsing information or user data acquired via its website with the social networks and other websites accessible via the social buttons/widgets.

Regarding the methods and purposes of the processing carried out by the aforesaid social networks and websites, Torino Outlet Village declines all responsibility and provides no guarantee, referring users to the privacy policy adopted by the social networks and websites.


Browsing data

In the course of normal operation the IT systems and software procedures employed to run the abovementioned website acquire certain personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols.

Such information is not collected to be associated with identified persons but by its very nature may enable users to be identified by processing and association with other data held by 3rd parties.

This category of data includes IP addresses or domain names of computers used by users who connect to single websites, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of resources requested, time of request, method used to submit request to server, size of file obtained in response, numerical code indicating the state of the response given by the server (done, error, etc.) and other parameters concerning the operating system and the user’s IT environment.

These data are used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information on the use of the site and of checking its proper operation. The data could also be used for ascertaining liability in the event of presumed IT offences to the detriment of the site.

Data provided voluntarily by user

The optional, explicit and voluntary sending of data required by the appropriate section of the website indicated above and which are used to process the user’s request entails the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s address, which is needed for responding to the requests, and of any other personal data included in the message text (by way of merely indicative and non-exhaustive example: when information or clarification is requested by writing to the email addresses present on the website, on the home page or other pages, or when a CV is sent voluntarily for job application, or when phone calls or faxes are made to the numbers in the “Contacts” section).


Data are processed using ITC procedures and systems and to a lesser extent paper by specifically assigned internal personnel and external subjects (if appointed ) and this is also on the basis of current contractual agreements. Data are stored in IT archives, and to a lesser extent on paper, with full assurance of the security measures provided for in art. 31 and subsq., legislative decree 196/2003.

All the technical, IT, organizational, logistics and security measures required by legislative decree 196/2003 and Annex B have been adopted to guarantee the minimum level of data protection required by law.

The methods applied also guarantee that access to data is only allowed to persons engaged to process them by our Outlet Village.


Data collected will not be disclosed or diffused. Communication to 3rd parties other than the Data Controller, processing managers (internal but also external to the company) and the subjects engaged to provide processing identified and appointed pursuant to art. 29 and 30, legislative decree 196/2003 (as amended) is provided for where necessary for the purposes stated above (eg. to IT supply and assistance firms that guarantee smooth running of the portal), such subjects being engaged in correct and regular pursuit of the purposes described above. Processing by 3rd parties will in any case be carried out correctly and in accordance with the provisions of current law.


You may exercise your rights under art. 7, 8, 9 and 10, legislative decree 196, 30 June 2003, by contacting the Data Controller. Under art. 7 in particular, you may obtain confirmation of the existence of personal data regarding you, even if not yet registered, and communication in intelligible form of such data. You are entitled to be informed of: a) the source of the personal data; the purposes and methods of processing; c) the logic applied in the event of digital processing; d) identification details of the Data Controller, subjects responsible and designated representative pursuant to art. 5, clause 2; e) subjects or categories of subjects to which the personal data may be communicated or which may become aware of them in their capacity as designated representative in the territory of the State, managers or engaged subjects. You are entitled to obtain: a) updating, correction and, if you so wish, supplementing of your data; b) cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed in breach of the law, including data which do not need to be retained in relation to the purposes for which they were collected and subsequently processed; c) attestation that the operations under a) and b) above have been made known, also with regard to their content, to the subjects to whom the data were communicated or diffused, except in cases where fulfilment proves impossible or entails a use of resources manifestly out of proportion to the protected right. You are entitled to refuse to allow, in whole or part: a) for legitimate reasons, processing of personal data regarding you, even if relevant to the purpose for which it was collected; b) processing of personal data regarding you for the purpose of sending advertising or direct sales material or of market research or commercial communication.

Lastly, you are entitled to complain to the national watchdog authority and revoke your consent at any time, if processing is based on your explicit consent, without prejudice to the lawfulness of processing based on consent given prior to revocation.


The Data Controller is Torino Outlet Village, whose registered office is in Via Torino 160 – 10036 Settimo Torinese (TO). The Processing Manager can be contacted at

A list of subjects appointed by the Data Controller pursuant to art. 29, legislative decree 196/2003 may in any case be consulted at the Data Controller’s registered office.


Data are held for the time indicated in the table above and in any case until you expressly exercise your right of opposition.

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