Laimburg Research Centre
Laimburg 6
39051 Pfatten (BZ)
South Tyrol | Italy

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By visiting the website, the visitor’s / user’s personal data, or data which can be traced back to the visitor, can be processed; this may also be done using so-called cookies. The controller is Laimburg Research Centre, legally domiciled at Laimburg 6 – Vadena / Pfatten 39051 (BZ).

The controller entity can be contacted at:

+39 0471 969 500 | centrodisperimentazione@laimburg.it | laimburg.research@pec.prov.bz.it

Laimburg Research Centre’s Data Protection Officer can be reached at: privacy@laimburg.it

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This information is not collected for the purpose of associating it with the respective user; rather, it is collected because it permits, by virtue of its nature, the identification of the user by means of third-party data processing systems and associations.


Included in this data category are the IP addresses or the domain names of the users accessing the website, the computer used, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of the resources, the point in time of the access, the method used to access the server, the size of the data file received in response, the number code of the status of the reply received from the server (successfully executed, error, etc.), and other parameters regarding the operating system or the user environment.


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The personal data entered by the user shall be used solely by Laimburg Research Centre’s authorized personnel.

The data are processed until the aforementioned purpose has been achieved. Data processing may continue beyond this period of time in order to fulfill specific statutory regulations.

In accordance with Articles 15 ff of E.U. Regulation 679/2016 (GDPR), you have the right, at all times, to demand, from the controller, access to the data, to correct the data, or to demand that the data be deleted. You also have the right to demand that processing of the data be restricted or to refuse processing of your data.

If you are of the opinion that your data has been processed in an unlawful manner, you have the right to submit a complaint to the competent official authority.