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It is provided pursuant to Regulation 2016/679/EU (General Data Protection Regulation – hereinafter GDPR), Article 122 of the Personal Data Protection Code (Italian Legislative Decree 196/03, the Privacy Code) and the General Provision of the Italian Data Protection Authority of 8 May 2014 on cookies, as supplemented by the Italian Personal Data Protection Authority Guidelines of 10 June 2021 on cookies and other tracking tools, for those who connect to the site: www.fibercop.it.
The above website is owned and managed by FiberCop S.p.A.
FiberCop S.p.A. ensures compliance with legislation regarding data protection, in line with the provisions of the Telecom Italia Group Code of Ethics.
Type of data processed and purpose of processing
The computer systems and the software procedures used to operate this Site, during their normal operation, acquire some technical data: IP address; domain names of the computers used by users who connect to the Site; identifier, brand, model and other parameters relating to the operating system of the device; the code indicating the status of the response given by the server, type of browser, the identifier of the individual session with timestamps of the beginning and the end of the browsing session, possible identifier of the account and of the activities carried out on the Site, etc..
This data is only used to check that the Site is working properly, for statistical purposes and, subject to consent, for profiling purposes (if applicable). The data itself is stored for a period of time not exceeding the achievement of the purposes for which they are collected or subsequently processed, as well as for the period provided for by law for administrative purposes, the management of complaints, disputes, computer crimes against the Site or criminal proceedings.
Furthermore, in case of authenticated access to the Site, FiberCop S.p.A. will keep for the same purposes and timing the user’s personal data, including the data relating to the logs tracking access and activities carried out in the Authenticated Area of the Site.
No data from the web service will be disseminated.
2.1 General information on cookies
Cookies are small text strings (file) that websites visited by users send to their devices (usually to browsers or smartphones), where they are stored and then transmitted back to the same sites each time they visit using the same device. In addition, each website may allow the transmission of third-party cookies, i.e. cookies generated by websites other than the one the user is visiting (through objects on it such as banners, images, maps, sounds, specific links to web pages of other domains).
Depending on their duration, a distinction is made between session cookies (i.e. cookies that are temporary and automatically deleted from the device at the end of the browsing session by closing the browser) and persistent cookies (i.e. cookies that remain stored on the device until they expire or are deleted by the user).
Cookies serve several purposes. They are primarily used to carry out the transmission of a communication or to provide the service requested by the user. More specifically, they enable and optimise the operation of the website, perform computer authentication and prevent abuse, monitor sessions, improve the user’s browsing experience, for example by maintaining the connection to reserved areas while browsing through the pages of the site without having to re-enter the User ID and password and storing specific information about the users themselves (including preferences, type of browser and computer used). They may also be used (anonymously, if third-party) to carry out aggregate analysis on the operation of the site, the number of users and how they visit the site.
The above-mentioned cookies are called technical cookies (their use does not require the user’s consent), since without them some of the operations mentioned above could not be carried out or would be more complex and/or less secure.
2.2 Use of first-party cookies on this Site
This Site may use session cookies and persistent cookies.
The types of first-party cookies generated and transmitted by this Site are:
2.3 Analytics cookies provided by third parties
FiberCop S.p.A. doesn’t make use of web measurement services provided by third parties to collect aggregate / statistical information on the number of users and on how they visit this Site.
2.4 Third-party cookies This site does not allow the transmission of third-party cookies to the user’s device.
2.5 Managing your cookie preferences
Cookies can be managed by the user through their browser
The user/visitor can manage cookie preferences through the functionalities present in common browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari), which allow users to delete/remove cookies (all or some) or to change the settings of the browser itself in order to block the sending of cookies or to limit it to specific sites (as opposed to others). It is possible to find out how to configure the browser settings (usually accessible from the ‘Tools’ bar) by going to the ‘Support’ web pages of the providers of these browsers (which can also be found using a common search engine).
Disabling cookies does not in itself preclude the use of the Website’s services; however, if all cookies, including technical ones, are deleted/blocked, some operations cannot be performed or will be more complex and/or less secure, such as, performing activities within the website’s Restricted Areas (in fact, cookies make it possible to carry out and maintain user identification during the session).
If users/visitors connect to this Site and send their personal data in order to access certain services, or to make requests by e-mail or filling out web-forms, this involves the acquisition by FiberCop S.p.A. of the sender’s address and/or any other personal data, which will be processed exclusively for the purpose of responding to the request, i.e. for the provision of the service.
Personal data provided by users/visitors will only be disclosed to third parties if such disclosure is necessary to fulfil the requests of users/visitors.
Processing is carried out by means of automated and telematic tools and/or manually for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which the data were collected and, in any case, in accordance with the relevant legislation in force.
Optional provision of data
Apart from what is specified for browsing data, users/visitors are free to provide their personal data. Failure to provide said data may only result in the impossibility of obtaining what has been requested.
Data Controller, Data Protection Officer and categories of persons authorised to process data at FiberCop S.p.A.
The Data Controller is FiberCop S.p.A., with registered office in Via Gaetano Negri, 1 – 20123 Milan, Italy. FiberCop S.p.A. has appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO) in the person of the DPO of Telecom Italia Group, who can be contacted by writing to the following address: via Gaetano Negri, 1 – 20123 Milan, Italy; or by sending an email to email@example.com. An up-to-date list of the Data Protection Officer’s contact details can be found at www.fibercop.it.
The data of users/visitors of this Site will be processed by employees of FiberCop S.p.A., who have been appointed as persons authorised to process personal data and have received appropriate operating instructions in this respect.
Rights of the data subjects
Users/visitors have the right to access their data at any time and to exercise, as far as applicable, the other rights provided for in Articles 15 to 22 of the GDPR (e.g. to request the origin of the data, rectification of inaccurate or incomplete data, restriction of processing, erasure or the right to be forgotten, data portability, as well as the right to object to the use of the data for legitimate reasons), by sending an e-mail to the following address firstname.lastname@example.org. Finally, users/visitors have the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority.
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Edition: September 20, 2022
Massimo Sarmi ist seit November 2020 Vorsitzender von FiberCop, einer von TIM kontrollierten Gesellschaft, die geschaffen wurde, um die Netzinfrastruktur zu erneuern und den Digitalisierungsprozess in Italien zu beschleunigen.
Als Firmenmanager mit signifikanter Berufserfahrung kann er in seinem Lebenslauf zahlreiche Spitzenpositionen und Resultate verzeichnen, die zur Entwicklung des Landes beigetragen haben.
Bis April 2015 war er Vorsitzender der Banca del Mezzogiorno, sowie bis April 2016 Geschӓftsführer der Vertragsgesellschaft “Autostrade Milano Serravalle– Milano Tangenziali” und Vorsitzender der Autobahnvertragsgesellschaft “Autostrada Pedemontana Lombarda S.p.A.“.
2013 wurde er von Confindustria zum Delegierten für die Diffusion hochentwickelter digitaler Dienste benannt.
Von 2002 bis 2014 hatte er die Position des Geschӓftsführers und Generaldirektors der Gruppe Poste Italiane inne. Unter seiner Leitung erreichte die Gruppe strategische Entwicklungen in folgenden Bereichen: Potenzierung des Netzes der Postӓmter, technologische Innovation, Erweiterung der angebotenen Dienstleistungen und Eintritt in neue Geschӓftssektoren. Dabei wurden in finanzieller Hinsicht bedeutende Resultate erreicht, mit Bilanzen, die stetig wachsende Gewinne verzeichneten. 2010 wurde Sarmi außerdem Vorsitzender der Stiftung Global Cyber Security Center, eine internationale Studien- und Forschungsorganisation für die Sicherheit der digitalen Kommunikation, die auf Betreiben der Gruppe Poste Italiane in Rom gegründet wurde.
2000 wurde er Geschӓftsführer und Generaldirektor von Siemens Italia.
Im Jahr 1998 wurde er in die Position des Generaldirektors von Telecom Italia berufen.
1995 wurde er der erste Generaldirektor von TIM (Telecom Italia Mobile), der Gesellschaft, die aus der Ausgliederung der Mobilfunkdivision von Telecom Italia hervorging, wo Sarmi seit 1986 in immer komplexer werdenden Aufgabenbereichen gearbeitet hatte und damit zur Innovation der Mobilfunk- und Festnetzdienste beigetragen hatte.
Seine Karriere begann er als Offizier der italienischen Luftwaffe, um dann seinen Beruf als Ingenieur auszuüben. Zahlreich waren Sarmis Aufgaben auch als Dozent an den Universitӓten La Sapienza und LUISS in Rom.
Ihm wurden zudem verschiedene Ehrungen zuteil: Cavaliere del Lavoro, Cavaliere della Gran Croce della Repubblica Italiana, Commendatore dell’Ordine di San Gregorio Magno, Grande Ufficiale dello SMOM und Commendatore dell’Ordine del Santo Sepolcro.