Information on cookies

Information on cookies

1. What are the cookies?

As other websites, the present website as well uses cookies, small text files allowing to store information on the visitor preferences, to improve the website functions, to simplify the navigation while making all the procedures automated (i.e. login, site language) and supporting a website use analysis.
  • Session cookies are essential to make a difference between the connected users and they are useful to avoid that a demanded function could be supplied to the wrong user, and for safety reasons to avoid any IT attack to the website. Session cookies do not include any personal information and they last for the single session in progress, until the browser is switched off. They do not need any consent.
  • Functional cookies are strictly required for the website use, more precisely they are connected to a specified function request by the user (i.e. Login), and therefore no consent is required.

When using the website, the visitor clearly authorises the use of cookies.
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2. Cookies disabling

Cookies are connected to the browser used and THEY CAN BE DISABLED DIRECTLY FROM THE BROWSER, refusing/revoking the consent to use the cookies. It is important to remember that when disabling the cookies, it is possible that some website functions won’t work.
The instructions to disable the cookies are available on the following web pages:
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3. Third parties cookies

The present website is an intermediary for third parties cookies used to be able to supply further services and functions to the visitors and to improve the website use, as the social keys or the video. The website does not control third party cookies at all, entirely managed by third parties. As a consequence, the information on the use of third party cookies and their goals as well their possible disabling modes are directly supplied by third parties in the annexed reported pages.
More precisely the present website uses cookies from the following third parties:
  • Google Analytics: is a free Web analytics service that through the use of performance cookies, collects anonymous surfing data (IP removed the last octet), only combined to provide statistics and basic analytical tools for search engine optimization (SEO) and marketing purposes, to fill up reported on the website activities and to provide other information, the number of visitors and the visited pages included. Google can transfer information to third parties where it is imposed by the regulations in force or in case such third parties process information on behalf of Google. Google will never match an IT address to any data it controls. Any data transferred to Google is stored on the Google servers in the US. According to the specific agreement signed with Google, the data controller, Google will process data according to the data owner requests (refer to the bottom of the information) enforced through the software settings. According to such settings, any advertising or sharing option is disabled. Further information on the Google Analytics cookies is available on the following website page Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites. The user can selectively disable the data collection by Google Analytics installing the special component provided by Google on its browser.
  • Youtube: a platform belonging to Google, to share video, using cookies to collect user and surfing device information. The video present on the website does not transfer cookies to access the page, as the option "advanced privacy (no cookie) is set” according to which YouTube does not save information on visitors unless they voluntarily reproduce the video.
For more information on the use of data and their processing by Google, it is suggested to refer to the information on the page set by Google and on the page on Data use page by Google when the partner sites and apps are used.
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4. Social Network plugins

The present website includes social network plugins and/or keys as to easily share the contents of the preferred social networks. Such plugins are set as not to enable page access cookies, to protect the user privacy. Possibly cookies are set as forecast by the social network, when the user voluntarily and effectively uses the plugins. Consider that the user surfs after a login on the social network, thus already accepting the cookies transferred through the website when registering on the social network.
The information collection and use obtained through the plugins are governed by the relating privacy policy of each social network, which you are to refer to.

Last update: 11/09/2018
Omeganet - Internet Partner