In fulfilling the obligations laid down in Art. 10 of Directive n. Directive 95/46 / EC, Directive 2002/58 / EC as updated by Directive 2009/136 / EC, Article 13 of the Legislative Decree of 30 June 2003, No 196, and General Provisions (web directory No 3118884) Of the Guarantor for the Protection of Personal Data, published in the Official Gazette no. 126 of June 3, 2014,
Register of measures n. 229 of 8 May 2014 on Cookie, you will be informed about these issues.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are small texts that are installed on your computer or smartphones and tablets while browsing the web. Visited sites send cookies to the browser you are using (such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Opera) that stores them and presents them to the same sites as you revisit them. Cookies can also be transmitted to your browser from sites or other web servers, ie third parties, meaning that while browsing a specific web site, there may be items from other sites that have such cookies such as images, sounds , Maps, links to other pages.
Depending on the type of cookie and therefore the purpose with which it is used, some user’s data is stored, for example, to make it more effective to use a site to enable specific features to monitor the visit sessions.
In particular, cookies allow you to store the entered preferences, avoid multiple times entering the same information during navigation (such as username and password), analyzing the use of services and content provided by a site to optimize the navigation experience And services offered.
- Cookies are subdivided into two macro-categories: Technical Cookies, normally installed by the owner or the web site manager, are intended to “transmit a communication on an electronic communications network or to the extent strictly necessary to the provider of an information society service explicitly required by the ‘Subscriber or user to provide such service’ (see Article 122, paragraph 1 of the Privacy Code). No prior consent of users is required for the installation of Technical Cookies. Technical cookies are further subdivided into: – Navigation or session cookies, which ensure the normal navigation and enjoyment of the website, allowing, for example, a purchase or authentication to access restricted areas. Such cookies are not permanently stored on the device used by the user and automatically deactivate when the browser is closed. Their use is related to the transmission of identification data needed to allow secure and efficient navigation on the pages. Session cookies do not allow in any way the acquisition of personal identification data of the user. -Cookie analytics, used to collect information about using the site in anonymous form and to get both a statistical analysis of the pages displayed and user behaviors. This anonymous analysis provides information and suggestions to improve site quality and to make content that is more appealing and interesting to users’ eyes easily accessible. Cookie analytics can be sent either from the site or from third-party domains and do not allow the acquisition of any personal identification data of the user. Cookie analytics, if installed by third parties (such as Google Analytics), even if they collect data in an anonymous form, are similar to profiling cookies, as provided by the Personal Data Guardian. -Cookies of functionality: Similar to technical cookies when used directly by the site manager to gather aggregated information about the number of users and how they visit the site itself. Such cookies allow the user to navigate according to a set of selected criteria (for example, language, products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service rendered to them.
- Profiling Cookies are intended to create user profiles and are used to send advertisements in line with the preferences displayed by the same in the context of network browsing. Such cookies are particularly invasive in the private sphere of the user, so European and Italian regulations provide that the user must be adequately informed about their use, thereby expressing their consent. They refer to art. 122 of the Privacy Code where it provides that “the storage of information in a terminal of a contractor or a user or access to previously archived information is only permitted provided that the contractor or user has given their consent after Has been informed of the simplified procedures referred to in Article 13 Privacy Code, paragraph 3 “.
Third Party Cookies
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Social Network Buttons and Widgets
Social buttons are the particular “buttons” on the site that depict social networking icons (example, Facebook and Twitter) and allow users who are surfing to interact with a “click” directly on social platforms. The site incorporates Facebook and Instagram buttons and widgets, which involve the installation of cookies, including profiles, of the Social. However, no information is shared from the site where the button and widget is embedded. For more information on deactivating cookies, please see the following links:
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Types of cookies used on our website
Only technical cookies are used on our website, for which there is no requirement for consent by users with the sole purpose of ensuring the normal browsing and use of the Website to gather information about site use and Get both a statistical analysis of the pages displayed and the behaviors held by the users.
How to disable our cookies
You can at any time disable the cookies used by our website at any time. Generally, deactivation varies from the browser you are using. Below you will find the procedures for decommissioning by browser: