G. B. S.p.a. recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy of personal and financial information of customers. We have institute reasonable policies and security measures to protect in the best way the information you provide to us. G. B. S.p.a. reserves the right occasionally to make changes to our privacy policy or practices. We will post the updated policy on our website, we inform you about the following. G. B. S.p.a. collects personal data from visitors to the website who register their information online on We also use cookies and track IP address so that we can improve G. B. S.p.a. services. G. B. S.p.a. does not sell, rent or disclose our client’s personal information. We do not otherwise disclose your information to third parties, unless we are required to do so by the law or in connection with a legal claim or proceeding. G. B. S.p.a. uses appropriate security measures to protect the information you provide to us. However, while we take reasonable steps to protect this personal information from unauthorized access, use or disclosure, you accept that no internet data transmission can be guaranteed to be secure from access by unintended recipients and will not hold us responsible for any breach of security unless this breach is due to our negligence. By accessing and using the website, you consent to our collection. G. B. S.p.a. shall respect the confidentiality of the personal information that you freely communicate. They shall be recorded in our database and shall be processed automatically for information and market research purposes. G. B. S.p.a. will use this information to keep you informed about products and special events we organize. Your data shall not be communicated to parties other than the subsidiaries and affiliates of G. B. S.p.a. for connected, instrumental or supporting activities, without your specific consent. All data processing is done on behalf of G. B. S.p.a. Spa Via dei Conciatori 8/10 56024 Ponte a Egola – San Miniato PISA. Among the rights granted by you by art. 7 of Law 196/2003 (personal data protection code) is that of correcting any eventual errors and of requesting that you receive non communication of any kind.


Italian Privacy Law 196/2003, article 13

We would like to inform you that Italian Law n. 196 of June 30, 2003 (“Code regulating the protection of personal data”, subsequently referred to as “Code”) safeguards the user and other subjects with regard to treatment of personal data.
With reference to the above-mentioned decree, this treatment is based on correct, legal, transparent principles in full respect of your privacy and your rights.
In accordance with article 13 of Italian Law n.196/2003, we hereby provide the following information:
1. Purpose of treatment
All data transmitted to the said Firm will be treated in full respect of the “Code”, with the sole aim of establishing and maintaining the contractual relationship in question.
2. Condition of treatment
Treatment will be effected using manual and/or automatic or computerized methods by designated subjects, and will include, respecting the limits and conditions established by art. 11 of the Code, operations foreseen by art. 4, subsection 1, lett. a, indispensable for the treatment in question.
3. Nature of conferral and consequences arising from a refusal to answer
The conferral of data is mandatory in order to fulfill contractual responsibilities. The lack of consent for cases not related to legal or contractual obbligations, is optional and will be evaluated by the said Firm, from time to time, and will determine the consequent decisions, depending on the importance of the data requested and not transmitted. The controller also informs you that a refusal to communicate data or incorrect communication of mandatory data will lead to the following consequences:
Impossibility of the controller to guarantee the congruity of treatment for contractual agreements for which is was enacted;
The possible lack of conferral of results of the said treatment by obbligations imposed by fiscal, administrative or labor regulations that it is related to.
The data will be preserved for the duration of the contractual relationship and some time after to fulfill all the legal requirements and future commercial purposes.
As far as the data is concerned, you can exercise your rights stated in art. 7 (see attached copy) within the limits and conditions provided by articles 8, 9 and 11 of the Code, by addressing the controller and/or person in charge of the treatment.
4. Aim and purpose of communication and diffusion.
Your personal data may be transmitted, either inside or outside the EU, to the following categories and subjects as listed:
•Appointees, designated individuals (internal/external) to fulfill contractual obligations, nominated by the controller of the treatment;
•Public authorities, administrations and bureaus for legal purposes;
•Commercial networks for necessary contractual fulfillments;
•Third parties who collaborate with the said firm for contractual needs;
•Societies, bureaus, consortiums, associations specialized in market research, information management services, insurance companies and banks in certain cases to the extent authorized by applicable law.
Every other communication or diffusion of personal data will be allowed only upon written consent by the individual.
The controller of the treatment is the Firm G. B. Spa, via Romaiano 20, San Miniato, by means of a legal representative.
5. Rights according to art. 7 of the Code.
The individual may exercise his/her rights by consulting with – at any time and liberally – without any formality with the controller of the treatment, according to art.7 of the “Code”. For example, the right to obtain confirmation of the existence of personal data and communication of the same in an intellegible form, the origin of the personal data, the purpose and condition in which said data is to be treated; of the identity of the controller and/or appointed representatives to which the data can be communicated or made known; to update, modify, or if desired, integrate data, or to cancel, transform into anonymous format or block data treated in violation of the law, including that which said data was collected or subsequently treated; the right to oppose, wholly or in part, the relative use of the data in question.