01 Version of 29.05.2018
1. What are the cookies?
Cookies are small text files that the websites visited by the user send to their terminals (usually a browser) where they are stored and then sent back to the same websites at the next visit of the same user.
Cookies used on this website can be categorised as follows:
a) based on who manages them:
- First party cookies: They are supplied by the company itself through the website;
- Third party cookies: They are supplied by third parties on the website;
b) Based on the time they remain active:
c) According to purpose: Cookies are used for different purposes. We use them, for example, to memorize your preferences, to make more relevant the ads that you see, to count the number of users that we receive on one page and to help you register to our services and to protect your information. Based on the different functions that they are used for, cookies used on this website can be categorised as follows:
- Session cookies: these cookies store the required information for the duration of a browsing session and they are cancelled right after the session expires, or the closing of the browser;
- Persistent cookies: They are stored in your hard disk and the website reads them each time you make a new visit on the website. A persistent cookie has a defined expiring date. The cookie will stop working after this date;
- Technical cookies
- Analytics cookies
- Profiling cookies
2. What are the technical cookies and how do they work?
These cookies are necessary session cookies essential to enable you to move around the website and use its essential features.
They can be divided into:
- Navigation cookies: they guarantee the normal browsing on the website allowing, for example, to make a purchase or to log in reserved areas. They are normal session cookies that are automatically deleted when the browser is closed.
- Functionality cookies: they allow the website to remember your online settings (for example the language or the country of origin) to improve the service of the website. These are persistent cookies that stays in your computer even after the closing of the browser until the expiring date planned for each cookie (typically from two months to two years) or until you haven’t deleted them.
Technical cookies are not used for other purposes and they are installed directly from the company. As provided by the current law concerning the privacy, to install these cookies it is not required your previous consent (art. 122 of the Privacy Code). Of course, you are free to block the instalment of technical cookies with the methods indicated in the next paragraph 5.
N.B. We kindly ask you to consider that, by blocking the instalment of technical cookies, or by deleting them, the possibility to access the website, to use all its services or part of them, the possibility to able or disable some specific functions or to receive specific services might be entirely or partially compromised.
3. What are the monitoring cookies or analytics and how do they work?
The analytics cookies are used on the website to collect statistical information, aggregated or not, on the number of users that access the website and on how they visit the same website.
Analytics cookies are not installed directly by the company but from a third party that acts as an anonymous controller.
4. What are profiling cookies and how do they work?
All the profiling cookies are installed by third parties who act as autonomous owners of the treatment 8third party cookies). Hereafter there is a list of third parties profiling cookies currently used on the website, with the indication of the link to the explanatory pages created by their developers:
Some third-party cookies are installed by subjects with whom we do not have a direct contractual relation. For this reason, we will provide hereafter the direct links to the websites of these subjects that act as intermediaries between us and these third parties, on which websites you could find (i) the list of the third parties that install profiling cookies on the website and (ii) the links to the privacy policies of these third parties, in which you can have all the required information on their profiling cookies and on the methods to object to their instalment (opt-out):
5. How can i manage cookie?
There are different options to manage, disable and delete cookies:
(A) Through the browser settings
Consult the user manual of the browser that you use to find out how to manage, disable or delete cookies. We will indicate hereafter how to get the instruction provided by the most common browser suppliers:
Modifying your browser settings, you can manage, disable or delete all the types of cookies (technical, analytics and profiling).
N.B.: by indiscriminately blocking the reception of all cookies, including the technical ones, without including a specific exception for the Website, you might not be able to browse the website or to enjoy all or part of its contents. Moreover, deleting all the cookies from your browser, also the technical cookies might be removed and, therefore, you might remove the preferences you have set using the Website or you might not find the products or services you had added in your shopping bag. il Sito o non ritrovare più i prodotti o servizi inseriti nel tuo carrello.
(B) With methods provided by third parties
To disable third party cookies, consult the privacy policies of those who install analytics cookies (see the previous paragraph 3) or profiling cookies (see the previous paragraph 4) to know the other instruments at your disposal to manage, disable or delete cookies or, more in general, to object to their use. Remember that, disabling third parties cookies, (i) you object to their use not only on the Website but also on all the other websites on which these cookies are used and (ii) that the possibility to browse the website and to enjoy its functions won’t be in any way affected. When you disable third parties cookies you will still see the banner in the homepage on the website relative to these cookies; in this case, though, closing the banner, scrolling down the home page or clicking any other element of the home page outside of the banner, you won’t receive any third-party cookie that you correctly disabled.
(C) Through the website www.youronlinechoices.eu/it/
6. Do I need to Know anything else?
The company acts as owner of the treatment of personal data that concerns you and that have been gotten by the company through its cookies (first party cookies).
The company treats the data acquired with the first-party technical cookies to pursue its legitimate interest to guarantee the functionality and the security of the website. The company does not acquire personal data from third-party analytics cookies, since these cookies only produce statistics and aggregated data relative to the use of the website from the visitors.
Personal data acquired through first-party technical cookies will be treated with automated instruments for the amount of time strictly required to get the purposes for which they have been gathered in the first place. For example, if you add a product to your shopping bag, we will treat this information for the required amount of time to allow you to finalize tour purchase process on the website.
In any case, the data will be always treated with automated procedures and won’t be in any case accessible from our employees or collaborators, except for the necessary technical interventions (without the possibility to access to the content of the data). Personal data might be stored in third parties’ servers (ex. Suppliers of IT systems) or they might be managed by subjects specialised in online advertising, that act as responsible of the treatment.
We inform you that some of the subjects that conveys third-parties analytics cookies might be transferred in countries that rely outside the European economic area, that might not offer a level of protection of privacy and personal data comparable to what is guaranteed by Italian and European laws on privacy matters. We kindly ask you to read the privacy policies of these third parties for further details.
Your personal data acquired through first-party technical cookies won’t be communicated to third parties owner of the treatment nor they will be diffused.