Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy for the website


According to the European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (from now on “Regulation”), this page describes the way the personal data from the users of the website is treated.


The computer systems and the software involved in the operation of this portal, during the course of its normal operation, collects some personal data from the users (as detailed below) that is implicit and necessary for the Internet Protocol.

The information acquired is not intended to be associated with any identified party, however, for their nature it might be elaborated and linked with data held by third parties and result in the identification of the users.

In this category of information are included IP addresses or computer domain names used by the users of the website, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses, resources requested, schedule of the request, method used for the server request, dimension of the file obtained as answer, the numerical code identifying the state of the data response from the server, and other parameters concerning the operating system and the IT environment of the user.

This data is used only to obtain statistical anonymous information on the use of the website and to control its proper operation.

Personal data are treated as automated tools for not longer than strictly necessary to comply with the reason that they were acquired for.

Sending emails to the addresses on this website imply both, obtaining the email of the sender to answer the request, and any other personal information contained within the text of the message.


The browser is free to supply personal data to request information. The request will be handled only with the consent from the Browser to process the data necessary to provide the service.

No personal data from the user is obtained from the website using cookies.

For details on the use of cookies from this website, please read below in the EXTENDED INFORMATION ON THE USE OF COOKIES area.


The data controller is La Maisonnette S.r.l. con sede in Viale dell’Umanesimo n. 72-74, IT-00144, Roma (, PEC:, Tel. +39 06.5910339).


Interested parties are entitled, in the cases provided in the law, to access their personal data, rectify or cancel the information, as well as limit the processing of personal data or to oppose to the treatment (art. 15 et seq. from the Regulation). The request must be submitted to the Data Controller.


Data subjects that argue that the treatment of personal data through this website infringes the Regulation, are entitled to lodge a complaint to the Supervisory Authority, as established in art. 77 of the Regulation or pursue a judicial remedy (art. 79 of the Regulation).





Cookies are brief fragments of text sent from websites to the user’s computer (generally to the browser) during visits. These are then stored ready to be sent back to the same websites on subsequent visits by the same user. The user, in the course of navigation, can receive on its terminal not only cookies that are sent from the website that its being visited, but also absorb them from different sites or web server (so-called third-party), some elements on the viewed web pages (such as images, maps, sounds, links to other domains) are installed by a different subject than the owner of the displayed website.


According to their characteristics and their use, cookies can be divided into different categories:

Technical Cookies. Are used to make the navigation possible or to provide a service requested by the user. Technical cookies can be subdivided in:

Profiling Cookies. These are cookies whose main aim is to create user profiling and they are used in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown in the field of web navigation.

On this website, the following Cookies are present:

Analytics Cookies:

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Navigation Cookies:

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The website does not use profiling cookies.


The website uses the services of third parties: Google Analytics, a service offered by Google, Inc. “Google”, which acquire anonymous and aggregated statistics, on website traffic and how users navigate within this website.

Place of data treatment by Google: USA – Privacy Policy – Opt Out.

The information sent to Google are process with the purpose to report to the professionals of regarding the activity on the website.

Google is responsible of the treatment of the data managed by the website.

We invite the user to read the privacy policy statement and to manage the cookies on the third party websites, the links explaining the issue are included below to facilitate the user.

Google Analytics uses first party cookies on each visitor’s computer to generate records on how users interact with the websites. These cookies memorize information that do not allow personal identification of the user. The browser do not share the cookies with the owners of different domains.

Google Analytics uses IP addresses to ensure the safety of the service, as well as to inform the owners of the websites the origin of their users (IP address geolocation method) but does not share the information on IP addresses with their clients.

This website does not use (and does not authorize third parties to use) Google analytics tools to monitor or collect personally identifiable information.

Google does not link IP addresses to other data own by Google nor tries to connect an IP address with a user’s identity.

Google can transfer this information to third parties, when the law establishes it, or when third parties manage the information on behalf of Google.

By browsing or researching on the website, the user authorizes to the treatment of their personal data by Google Inc. in the manner and with the purposes described above and in accordance with what established by the Data Protection Supervisor.


This website supply users some services offered by third parties, especially the links to social networking services. The website uses social plugin for Facebook. This plugin are not a cookie, however if the visitors computer already uses it, it will be possible to read it and to use it following the present setups. The information collected and used by third parties is regulated by the privacy statements of the Social Network itself (please see: third party cookies) on the link: Facebook:

This statement does not apply to third party websites accessible through the portal

La Maisonnette S.r.l. does not have any responsibility for the privacy policy and the management of cookies on those third parties.

It is possible to access the Google privacy policy and disable the action of Google Analytics using the links below.

Privacy Policy and data use by Google Analytics:

Privacy Policy on data use by Google:

Information on “How Google uses information from sites or apps that use our services”

To disable the actions of Google Analytics:

Disabling cookies in the browser can limit or affect the quality of the websites overall experience.


The user can decide to accept or not the cookies through the settings of the browser. The cookies are files that are sent by web servers to web browsers, and which may then be sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server. It is possible to manage the cookies by changing the settings of the browser being used. The preference settings may vary according to the browser; hereby some links explaining how to manage and deactivate the cookies from the most used browsers:

Internet Explorer:

Google Chrome:

Mozilla Firefox:




The optional, explicit and voluntary sending of messages to the contact emails of La Maisonnette using the section “Contacts” of this portal implies the subsequent acquisition of the sender’s necessary information to reply to requests and any other personal data included in the communication. The browser is free to supply personal data to request information. The request will be handled only with the consent from the Browser to process the data necessary to provide the service.

The data supplied are not memorized nor kept in any database, but used only to reply to an enquiry presented through this website.

No personal data from the user is obtained from the website using cookies.



La Maisonnette S.r.l., informs all candidates that in accordance and for the purposes of (i) Legislative Decree 30 June 2003, n. 196, the “Privacy Code”, art.13, (ii) of the Regulation UE 2016/679 concerning the “protection of natural persons in respect to the treatment of personal data, and the free circulation of such data”, the “GDPR”, art.13 and art. 14, (iii) of the later national legislation within the legislative framework, jointly referred as “Privacy Legislation”, provides for a series of obligations for all those in charge with processing personal data (collecting, registration, processing, storage, communication, dissemination, etc.)  referring to other subjects (”Data Processing”).

In this respect, it is necessary to provide some information regarding the manner and purpose of the processing of personal data spontaneously reported. Through the Curriculum Vitae the Company that receives it, in its capacity of the data controller, can collect personal and  particular data (e.g. data related to state of health, union membership, or legally protected status).

According to the above mentioned legislation, the processing of personal data must be based on principles of fairness, lawfulness, transparency and protection of the privacy and rights of those involved.

  1. Data controller

The data controller is La Maisonnette S.r.l. with headquarters in Viale dell’Umanesimo n. 72-74, IT-00144, Rome (E-mail:, PEC:, phone number +39 06.5910339). Later, if authorized by the person concerned, the data controller will be the company that manages the specific headquarters of La Maisonnette Affiliated Center in search of personnel with whom La Maisonnette S.r.l. shares the same privacy policy. To know the other Data Controllers please refer to the page concerning the affiliated centres within the website

  1. Purpose of data processing

Personal data will be processed from the company that receives the CV without the express consent (GDPR, art. 6, n.1, lett. b, e) for the following purposes:

  1. a) reply to requests for information;
  2. b) manage the recruitment and selection of personnel, and the business networking;
  3. c) exercise the rights of the Data Controller, e.g. the right of legal defence in court proceedings.

Where the Controller intends to process data with a different purpose than the ones described above, it is required to inform the potential candidate of those purposes before processing the data.

  1. Legal bases for the processing of data

The legal bases lay in the art. 6 p.1 lett. b e f) of the Regulation: “the processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract; and “processing is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the controller or by a third party”; the nature of the data processing is optional, and in its absence, the controller cannot evaluate the profile of the candidate. The consensus of the data subject is explicit by transferring the cv via e-mail, fax or the recruiting section in the website

If the CV is submitted by e-mail, fax or by hand the information on the data processing will be communicated to the first useful contact after sending the curriculum. If the CV is sent via the website, the information on the processing of the data is immediately available on the Privacy Policy page and must be read before sending.

When there is the intention to enable the communication of the data, especially if there are sensitive data in the CV, within the Affiliated Centres of La Maisonnette, it is necessary to include the following indication in the CV:

“Hereby I authorize the processing of my personal data and particular data included in my cv according to the Legislative Decree 30 June 2003, n. 196 “Rules on the protection of personal data” and the GDPR (UE Regulation 2016/679) to be communicated within the network of the Affiliated Centres of La Maisonnette”.

In the absence of the specific authorization to this regard, it will not be possible to share the CV received with the Affiliated Centres  and therefore to meet possible demands within the circuit.

  1. Modalities of the processing

The personal data are processed by the controller and responsible persons authorized for the adequate fulfilment of the purposes indicated in point 2) through electronic instruments and paper archives, as well as the use of security measures designed to ensure the confidentiality of personal data and to avoid unauthorized access. The controller shall not put into act automated processing, including profiling, for the achievement of the purposes included in the present document.

  1. Communication of data

The data concerning means of communication (telephone, e-mail, etc.) will be used by internal parties duly appointed. Data communication and dissemination (e.g. social networks, Internet websites, etc.,) with third parties outside of the E.U. is not envisaged.

  1. Duration of the treatment

The controller will keep the personal data for as long as it is necessary to fulfil the purposes described above and not longer than 2 years of their collection, after which the controller or an appointed person will remove the CV.

  1. Rights of the data subject

Data subjects have the right to ask the controller to access their personal data, to ask to rectify it, to cancel, to limit the processing or to oppose for their data to be processed, as well as the right to require the portability of the data itself.

The request can be addressed to the controller to whom the CV has been sent via e-mail, fax or registered letter with the text: “PRIVACY-Requirement on behalf of the subject” specifying the right that the subject wants to exercise (cancellation, rectification, portability, forgotten), adding a valid email address where to send a feedback.

The Controller, or the person who has been appointed by the Controller, will comply with the demand within 30 days from the moment it was received. If the answer is complex, the time can increase to other 30 days, previously informing the subject. Whenever the data had been communicated to the Affiliated Centres La Maisonnette, it will be responsibility of the first receiver of the CV, as controller, to inform the circuit of the request received.

If candidates believe it is necessary to assert their rights, they can present a complaint to the Competent Supervision Authority, in this case the National Privacy Supervisor, based in Piazza di Montecitorio, 121, 00186 Roma.

  1. Data Protection Officer (DPO)

The Person Responsible for the protection of personal data, according to art. 37 del Reg. 2016/679/UE, is Luca Galasso based in Rome, e-mail:

The appointment instrument is attached to the registry of data processing prepared by the controller.