Turbo gives a lot of importance to Privacy and personal data security. We work in online advertising, collaborating with advertisers and third-parties for the delivery of advertising messages that are relevant for internet users.
Turbo voluntarily adheres to the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA) to enhance transparency and user control for online behavioural advertising. This type of advertising increasingly helps to support the content, services and applications that internet users can enjoy at little or no cost. The self-regulatory initiative is based upon IAB Europe's OBA Framework and EASA's BPR on OBA.
In this page we explain how the data of internet users that are exposed to online advertising, delivered by Turbo on third party websites, is managed and treated. Besides we explain how Turbo treats the data of those who visit the website www.turboadv.com and its subdomains.
Policy regarding Privacy protection in online behavioural advertising (OBA)
Turbo's technology allows advertisers to optimize the delivery of advertising messages, so that the relevance of adverts for internet users is maximized. In order to learn more about online behavioural advertising and how it works, please visit the website www.youronlinechoices.eu.
Most of the technologies used to increase the relevance of advertising messages work through the delivery of a "cookie". A cookie is a small amount of data contained in an anonymous unique identifying code, which is sent to the browser from a Web server and is then saved on the hard disk of the user. The cookie is then read and recognised only by the Website that generated it every time the user goes back to the website.
Turbo sends most cookies through an ad-exchange network named AppNexus. AppNexus uses an anonymous identification code called "user ID", contained in the cookie "uuid2" and used for behavioural advertising. For further info about AppNexus's cookies, please visit this website: http://www.appnexus.com/platform-policy.
It is possible to opt-out from Turbo's behavioural advertising targeting from this link: http://info.evidon.it/more_info/24626.
If you opt-out, a new cookie will be placed in your browser to stop us from collecting data from your browser and sending behavioural advertising.
Be aware that if you cancel, block or limit cookies through your browser settings, you will have to opt-out again. Moreover, the link above only allows you to opt-out from behavioural advertising from Turbo. You will still receive behavioural advertising from other companies.
A user who doesn't want to receive cookies can set the browser so he/she is notified every time a cookie is sent, allowing to choose whether to accept it or not. It is also possible to reject all cookies by default, activating the corresponding browser setting.
Types of data treated on the website www.turboadv.com and purpose of their treatment.
1. Browsing data
The IT systems and the software procedures necessary to function Turbo's website, collect some personal data that are always implicitly transmitted in standard internet communication protocols. This information is not associated to personal identities, but, elaborated and combined with 3rd users. This information includes IP addresses or user's computer domain names, the URI (Uniform Resource party data, it allows to identify Identifier) addresses, the request time, the method used to run the request to the server, the size of the file obtained from the server, the numerical code indicating the status of the server's request (ok, error, etc.) and other information relating to the operating system and the informatics environment of the user.
This data is used exclusively to obtain anonymous statistical information about the usage of the site and to check that it functions correctly. The data could be used for identifying the responsibility of hypothetical cybercrimes against the website.
We do not collect or use data which may contain sensitive personal information such as racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, health, sex life, nor it is collected or used for children under the age of 12.
2. Data provided voluntarily by users
By sending an email to the addresses indicated on this website, you explicitly and voluntarily agree to allow us to keep your email address, necessary to reply, as well as any other personal data included in the email.
3. Treatment of personal data
The data provided when and if you register on the website will be used by Turbo for sending you the communications agreed in the terms and conditions of the contract. This data can be communicated to companies that provide technical or organizational services to Turbo.
If you don't provide the personal data required for registering, you will not be able to use Turbo's services.
The personal data is treated by automated tools and only for the time necessary to provide the service they were provided for.
The personal data is registered and protected on safe IT platforms and it is treated in compliance with security measures which aim to guarantee user privacy, prevent data loss and illicit uses or non-authorised access.
4. Right to consult, update and delete personal data
Every user has the right, at any time, to consult their own data and to know how this data is used. He/she also has the right to request for the data to be updated, integrated, modified or deleted for free, ask for them to be blocked, as ruled in art.7 del D.Lgs 196/2003.
Should you disable cookies Turbo won't be able to collect information again, anyhow this would affect also your navigation experience.
If you wish to complain about the use of OBA data within Turbo, please do write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.