Privacy & Cookies 2018-09-06T15:05:55+00:00


This page describes the way Open Mind Research, with registered office in Milan at IF – Via Carlo Torre, 29, (hereinafter “we”), owned by Camarra Antonia as the Data Controller, collects and processes your personal data through the website

We are committed to protecting and keeping the personal data of users accessing our website strictly confidential and to not disclosing it to third parties. We handle your personal data with utmost care in accordance with the privacy and security regulations in force (first and foremost the EU General Data Protection Regulation 679/2016).

We collect and handle the following personal data on our website:

  • Information you share by completing the forms on our website or by sending an e-mail to the contact addresses available.
  • In case you contact us, we can keep track of the mail you forwarded.
  • Details of your visits to our website, among which, yet not limited to, traffic data, localization data, weblogs and other communication data, be it required for our research purposes or else, and the resources you have access to.

While navigation of the website does not imply providing any personal data, the technologies currently in use imply that some data regarding the tools used is saved, somehow allowing the user identification (e.g. data relating to the use of Internet communication protocols to obtain anonymous statistical information about the interaction with the website or to make sure that it works correctly).

Open Mind Research uses “cookies” which, besides the safe, efficient exploration of the website, allow to learn information about how the user interacts with the website.

For further information, please reference the Cookie Policy.
We shall not disclose your information to unauthorized third parties, except when disclosure of data to third parties is mandatory by law.

All the information you will share with us is saved in a server providing adequate protection.
We demand that our suppliers meet appropriate security and confidentiality requirements.

Unfortunately, although we take all appropriate measures to protect your personal data, the transmission of information on the web is not entirely secure.

Once we receive your information, we implement strict procedures and functionalities to try and prevent any unauthorized access.

Below we have listed how we use your personal data. In addition, since the law provides that the legal basis for using personal data be explained, details are described below. The legal basis may be your consent to use your personal data, the execution of an agreement we have signed with you, using your personal data may be necessary for our (or third parties’) legitimate interest (in which case we shall provide explanations about the above interest). When we use your personal data with your consent, you are entitled to withdraw your consent any time.

  • GEnsure that the content of our website is delivered as effectively as possible for you and your computer (which is based on our legitimate interest to guarantee that our website is presented as effectively as possible).
  • To provide you with information, products or services you apply to us for, or that we deem of interest to you, if you have given your consent to be contacted for these purposes (this is subordinate to your consent which you can withdraw any time).
  • To meet our obligations ensuing from any agreement between you and us (this is subordinate to the agreement requirements – we need to use your personal data to execute the agreement).
  • To allow you to use the interactive functionalities of our service, when you choose to do so.
  • To inform you about modifications to our service (this is subordinate to our legitimate interest to keep you informed about the modifications in our service).

Personal data regarding requests which have not resulted into an agreement will be stored for 12 months. Should the data subject have given consent to promotional aims, the data will be stored until the data subject shows interest in receiving such communication. We reserve the right to ask confirmation of the consent until after the user has not been active for 2 years.

You are legally entitled to ask us not to process your personal data for marketing purposes. As a rule, we shall inform you (before collecting your data) if we intend using your data for such purposes or if we intend disclosing your information to
third parties for such purposes. You are entitled to oppose such handling by checking specific fields in the forms we use for collecting your data. You are equally entitled to do so any time by contacting us at

You also have the following rights in relation to your personal data (some of these rights only apply in specific circumstances, and some of them vary depending on the legal basis against which we are processing your data – see above for further details):

    • The right to ask if we are processing your personal data and, in that case, to learn the details about such processing (besides applying to get a copy of your personal data).
    • The right to ask us to modify any personal data we hold about you which may be inaccurate or incomplete.
    • The right to ask us to delete your personal data.
    • The right to oppose the way we handle your personal data and to ask us to limit the way we process your personal data.
    • The right to obtain the personal data you provided us with electronically.

Also, you can ask us to transfer your personal data to another company, if manageable.
If you are not satisfied with the way we have handled your personal data, we would like to straighten things and we please ask you to contact us at .

This privacy information has last been updated on July 18th, 2018. Any future amendments to our privacy information will be published on this page and, in case, notified via e-mail.


This page describes the way Open Mind Research, with registered office in Milan at IF – Via Carlo Torre, 29, (hereinafter “we”), owned by Camarra Antonia as the Data Controller, collects and processes your personal data through the website

We are committed to protecting and keeping the personal data of users accessing our website strictly confidential and to not disclosing it to third parties. We handle your personal data with utmost care in accordance with the privacy and security regulations in force (first and foremost the EU General Data Protection Regulation 679/2016).

Our website uses cookies to distinguish you from other users accessing our website and to allow us to remember you. This helps us provide you with a good experience when you browse across our website and, also, helps us improve our website.

Cookies are small script strings a website and the user’s navigation browser exchange every time a user accesses a website. Cookies are used for several purposes, such as allowing electronic identification, keeping track of the user’s navigation sessions, improving the website’s navigation experience, gathering and saving information about the user’s preferences and choices, etc.

The cookies used are split depending on origin and property: they can be first party (released by this website) or third parties (released by a different website for third-party services).

With reference to the general provision of the Privacy Protection Officer (GU n. 126 of June 3rd, 2014) this website uses the following cookies:

  • Technical Cookies = This type of cookies is fundamental to allow the users to browse across the website and use its functions. They are known as “first party”. Without them, services such as the possibility to run content keyed to the type of device used would not be possible.
  • Analytical cookies = These cookies provide information about the way the users interact with the website, so that we can monitor the traffic and understand the user’s interaction. We use third-party cookies for this very purpose. Google Analytics – to learn more: and New Relic (for the analysis of the performance of our website).
  • Profile cookies = Third-party cookies which allow to gather information about the users’ preferences as they surf the web, keep track of ad views, users’ responses and actions as well as checking the campaigns performance. Double click

With reference to third-party Cookies used by our website, please reference the supplier’s policy you can view by clicking the links above to find information about how to disable them.
You can also handle cookies by changing your browser settings. In fact, most web browsers are automatically configured to accept cookies.

Anyway, you can disable cookies or check which ones can be used or less. Below you can find the links to the descriptions about how to manage cookies from main web browsers:

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  • Opera:

We remind users that disabling navigation cookies or functional cookies may limit the service we provide or the website content.