Information on the Processing of Personal Data

In this notice, we provide you with all the information regarding how we acquire and process your personal data when you browse or use the services of our website.

The data provided to Il Ciclope s.r.l. via the web address www.radicibusto.it (hereinafter referred to as Radici), will be processed in accordance with the current privacy legislation based on Regulation EU 2016/679 (GDPR).

This Notice aims to inform the user about the methods of processing personal data concerning him/her in the simplest and most detailed way possible. This privacy policy, of course, is valid only for this website and not for third-party websites possibly consulted by the user through links.

For the reader's convenience, a specific notice regarding the use of Cookies is available on this page - as an attachment to the information on the processing of personal data.

Data Subject to Processing

We explain what data can be subject to processing when browsing the pages of this website.

Navigation Data

Our systems and/or those of third-party companies, with which we have direct or indirect collaboration agreements, may record various connection data related to your browsing session: IP address, date and time of access, address of the displayed resource (URL), any originating web page (referrer), browser and operating system used. Such data can allow, only following possible investigations carried out by the judicial authorities, to trace the identity of the holder of the Internet connection. In no case will our staff be able to independently trace the identity of visitors through such navigation data, and in no case will the data be matched with other data possibly in our possession or in the possession of third parties.


Our systems and/or those of third-party companies, with which we have direct or indirect collaboration agreements, may transmit various types of cookies to the user's device, with different purposes. For more information about cookies and their use by Radici and third-party companies, we invite you to consult the detailed information found at the bottom of this page.

Data Voluntarily Provided

To access certain services or benefits, the user may be asked to fill in forms (such as contact forms or booking forms) that involve the communication of personal data. Acquiring the data, where requested, is an essential prerequisite for accessing the services offered by our website. Data sent by email (e-mail) to contact any member of our website are also considered "voluntarily provided data".

Purposes of the Processing

We explain why we collect and process your data in relation to specific purposes.

We use browsing data, cookies, and data voluntarily provided by users only for the purposes for which they were collected. In some cases, this data may be communicated, processed, and/or stored with the help of third parties; the list of which can be found in the appropriate section of this notice.

Below are the features/functions of the website that, directly or indirectly, may impact the user's privacy, and the pursued purpose is indicated for each of them.

Log Files and Similar

For technical and security purposes and to comply with specific legal obligations, users' connection data is recorded in text files stored on our server to monitor the correct functioning of the site and protect our systems from potential cyberattacks. Other software on our systems may perform similar operations for similar purposes.

Contact, Registration, and/or Booking Forms

The personal data voluntarily provided within the specific forms are processed to:

  • (contact forms) process specific user requests automatically and/or manually (for example, to respond to contact requests submitted through the appropriate forms);
  • (booking forms) provide table reservation services at our restaurant, simplifying the request for site users.

Third-party Widgets

Tools provided by third parties, such as maps, videos, elements taken from social networks, and other remote features, may be present on some pages of the site. These tools can interact with the user's system by recording connection data and/or sending cookies. For the purposes of these treatments, please refer to the privacy policies of the supplying companies.

Legal Basis for Processing

We explain the legal foundation upon which the various data processing activities conducted by the site are based, and we clarify the requirements for the validity of any consent you may give for the processing of your personal data.

Consent is not required for some processing activities. In particular, there is no possibility to give or withhold consent concerning the registration of log files, measuring site access statistics, and sending cookies strictly necessary for the technical and/or commercial operation of the website. In all these cases, in fact, there is a legitimate interest for Radici in the proper functioning of its online activity.

In all other circumstances, the processing is based on the consent of the data subject, who is free to give or withhold it. The consent of the data subject is essential for marketing purposes, such as sending commercial information by email.

Consent of the Data Subject

In all cases where the user's consent is required for processing, it must be informed, free, and unconditional. However, failure to provide the data may result in the inability to obtain certain services or benefits (for example, it is not possible to make reservation requests without giving the relevant consent).

For the validity of the consent, the data subject must be at least 18 years of age. The use of all our services that involve voluntary data processing, therefore, is understood to be prohibited for those who have not reached this age limit.

Processing Methods

We explain how your data is managed.

The data subject to processing are processed using computer tools in a mainly automated way with techniques and precautions that reduce human intervention as much as possible. Access to data by authorized operators is provided only in particular and limited cases, usually at the request of the data subject or to comply with specific legal obligations.

Data Conservation

We tell you where the data we acquire firsthand is stored.
  • The data we process directly is stored within the web servers of IKIweb Internet Media S.r.l., a company with its legal headquarters at via Varzi 6, 21052 Busto Arsizio (VA) ITALY.
  • The data related to reservations made through the dedicated form integrated on the site are also stored on the devices provided to the staff of Radici (via email clients).

Authorized Parties to Access Data

We tell you who can access the data we manage firsthand.

Access to our systems is allowed not only to our appointees but also to the staff designated by IKIweb Internet Media S.r.l. for the purpose of updating and maintaining the IT systems entrusted to them.

Security Measures

We tell you how we protect your data.

Appropriate security measures are observed to prevent data loss, tampering, illicit use, and unauthorized access. To ensure the confidentiality of communications to and from our IT systems, we have implemented the SSL protocol on all pages of this website.

Duration of Data Processing

We explain how long your data will be processed within our systems.

The data is processed for the time necessary to perform the service requested by the user or required by the purposes described in this document. The user can always request the termination of specific processing (e.g., the newsletter) or the complete deletion of their data.

Some data may still be retained even after deletion for the period required to comply with legal obligations, provided it is not necessary to keep them further to defend or assert a right or to comply with any further legal obligations or orders from the authorities.

Data Controller

We indicate who is the data controller and how you can contact them to ask your questions or exercise your rights.

The Data Controller for personal data is the company Il Ciclope s.r.l., located at Via Antonio Pozzi 15B Busto Arsizio (VA), represented by the acting administrator. For inquiries regarding the processing of personal data, you can write to the email address info@radicibusto.it.

Rights of the Data Subject

We explain what your rights are and how you can exercise them.

Subjects to whom the aforementioned personal data refers (known as "data subjects") have the right to exercise their rights in the manner and within the limits established by current privacy legislation. Specifically, the following rights are recognized for the data subject:

  • access: the data subject has the right to ask whether or not there is any processing of data concerning him or her, and if so, has the right to know such data.
  • rectification: the data subject can ask to rectify or supplement the data they have provided or that we have in our possession if they are inaccurate.
  • deletion: the data subject can request that their data be deleted if they are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or in the event of the withdrawal of consent, opposition to processing, illicit processing, or if there is a legal obligation to delete them.
  • restriction: the data subject can request the restriction of the processing of their personal data when one of the conditions of art. 18 of the GDPR applies; in this case, their data will not be processed, except for storage, without their consent except as specified in the same article in paragraph 2.
  • objection: the data subject can object at any time to the processing of their data carried out based on our legitimate interest, unless there are legitimate reasons for us to proceed with the processing that outweigh theirs, for example, for the exercise or our defense in court.
  • portability: the data subject can request to receive their data or to have it transmitted to another controller specified by them in a structured, commonly used format that can be read by an automated device.

Furthermore, under art. 7, par. 3, GDPR, we inform you that you can exercise your right to withdraw consent at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on the consent previously given.

To exercise these rights, report issues, or seek clarification on the processing of your personal data, you can write to info@radicibusto.it. If the user believes they have not received an adequate and timely response regarding their privacy requests, they have the right to contact the competent authority.

Information on the use of Cookies

In this information, we provide all the necessary details to understand what cookies are and for what purposes they are used, both by us and by third parties that provide services through our pages.

In compliance with the decision of the Data Protection Authority of May 8, 2014, titled "Identification of simplified methods for information and the acquisition of consent for the use of cookies" and in accordance with the general prescriptions on privacy established by EU Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR), Il Ciclope s.r.l., as the manager of the website accessible at www.radicibusto.it (hereafter simply Radici), intends to inform the user of the following, specifying that the information provided here should be considered as an annex to the more general information on personal data processing.

General Information about cookies

We explain what cookies are, how they work, and what they are used for.

When you access this site, our system or one of our partners' might set or read cookies and/or other types of identifiers related to the browser and/or device you are using.

A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the computer of a website visitor to record certain information about the visit and to create a system to recognize the user at later times. Device identifiers, on the other hand, are generated by collecting and processing some information such as the IP address and/or the user agent (browser version, type, and version of the operating system) or other device features, always with the purpose of linking certain information to a specific user.

A website can set a cookie on the browser only if the preferences set for it allow it. It is essential to know that a browser can allow a specific website to access only the cookies set by it and not those set by other websites: there is no risk to your privacy in this sense.

Purposes related to the use of cookies

We explain which cookies might be transmitted to your client while browsing our site pages and for what purposes they are used.

Radici or its partners might use cookies or other types of identifiers for several reasons, including:

  • processing statistical analysis (analytics) regarding the use of the site and/or services incorporated in it;
  • providing content relevant to visitors' interests (only third-party cookies).

First-party cookies

We explain which cookies are managed directly by us.

Radici DOES NOT use first-party profiling cookies: the only cookies generated and managed directly by this site are the so-called technical cookies (which are used exclusively to correctly offer the services proposed to the public). We also use a cookie to keep track of the user's consent regarding the use of cookies.

Analytics Cookies (Matomo)

We explain how we configured the Analytics (Matomo) service to protect your privacy and why your consent is not required for its cookies.

This site uses the Analytics service provided by IKIweb via the open-source Matomo software to have a complete and reliable set of statistics about the use of the site. To ensure user privacy as strictly as possible, we have proceeded with the IP anonymization (thus, Matomo will anonymize the user/visitor's IP address as soon as it is technically possible at the most upstream passage of the network where data collection occurs).

In light of the above, the Analytics service implemented on this site is purely statistical in nature and, as such, does not require explicit user consent for the use of cookies as there is no impact on their privacy.

List of third-party cookies

We provide a list of companies that might transmit cookies through our website pages.

Radici integrates, within its pages, third-party services that might set and use their cookies and/or similar technologies. The use of cookies and similar technologies by these companies is governed by the privacy policies of these companies and not by this information as Radici is entirely unrelated to the management of such tools and the processing of data resulting from them.

Below is a list of third-party companies that might generate cookies while you browse our website and the respective privacy policies:

If you have doubts or reports about the use of cookies, you can contact us at the email address info@radicibusto.it.

Deactivate cookies

We explain how to configure your browser to accept or reject all cookies or specific types of cookies (e.g., third-party cookies).

It's essential to know that refusing all cookies might prevent you from using Radici services that require you to log in using a username and password, accessing areas reserved for registered users. All these services, in fact, require cookies to function correctly, and consequently, any blocking of cookies would make it impossible to use them.

Below are instructions for the most popular browsers to make a custom configuration about cookies:

Acceptance of this policy

Your explicit consent is not always required for the use of cookies. In particular, "technical" cookies do not require this consent.

We consider that if you continue to use our website, you accept the use of cookies. However, you can always check and modify the default settings and block cookies, as explained in the section "Deactivate cookies".