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What are cookies?
Cookies are strings of text that websites visited by users (so-called Publishers, or “first parties”) or different sites or web servers (so-called “third parties”) place and store within the user’s own terminal device, so that they are then transmitted back to the same sites on the next visit. *

 

What are they for?
Cookies are used for different purposes: performing computer authentication, monitoring sessions, storing information about specific configurations regarding users accessing the server, storing preferences, or to facilitate the enjoyment of online content, such as keeping track of items in a shopping cart or information for filling out a computer form, etc.; but they can also be used to profile the user, i.e., to “observe” their behavior, for example, in order to send targeted advertising, measure the effectiveness of the advertising message and adopt consequent commercial strategies. In this case we speak of profiling cookies. *

 

What are technical cookies?
These are the cookies that are used to perform navigation or provide a service requested by the user. They are not used for any further purposes and are normally installed directly by the website owner.

Without the use of such cookies, some operations could not be performed or would be more complex and/or less secure. *

 

Are analytical cookies technical cookies?
Analytics can be likened to technical cookies if they are used for site optimization purposes directly by the site owner, who may collect statistical information in aggregate form about the number of users and how they visit the site.

If, on the other hand, the processing of such statistical analysis is entrusted to third parties, the users’ data must be minimized in advance and may not be combined with other processing or transmitted to further third parties. Under these conditions, the same rules, regarding information and consent, apply to analytics cookies as to technical cookies. *

 

What cookies does this site make use of?
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How to disable cookies?
We also inform you that, below, you can find instructions for disabling cookies:
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Anonymous browsing
To find out how to enable the option on major search engines click on the browser you use:

Internet Explorer(http://windows.microsoft.com/it-IT/windows7/Block-enable-or-allow-cookies),
Google Chrome(https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95464?hl=it),
Mozilla Firefox(https://support.mozilla.org/it/kb/Navigazione anonymous),
Opera Browser(http://help.opera.com/opera/Windows/1781/it/private.html#privateWindow),
Apple Safari(https://support.apple.com/it-it/HT6074).

 

  1. (a) What are my rights and how can I exercise them.

The user, in his or her capacity as a data subject, has the rights set forth in Art. 15 ff. of the Regulations, namely:

1. RIGHT OF ACCESS (Art. 15 GDPR).
The interested party has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or non-existence of personal data concerning him/her, even if not yet recorded, and its communication in an intelligible form.

2. RIGHT OF RECTIFICATION (Art. 16 GDPR).
The person concerned has the right to obtain the rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning him or her and also the supplementation of incomplete data.

3. RIGHT TO CANCEL (Art. 17 GDPR).
The data subject has the right to obtain the deletion of personal data if there are particular reasons such as withdrawal of consent, opposition to processing, or you’re data are no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected and processed or in case of unlawful processing. Deletion will not always be possible, but certainly the onus will be on the data controller to provide adequate justification.

4. RIGHT TO LIMIT PROCESSING (Art. 18 GDPR).
The data subject has the right to obtain the restriction of processing in the presence of special hypotheses, such as, for example, in the case of a request for rectification or opposition during the time of evaluation of requests.

5. RIGHT TO PORTABILITY (Art. 20 GDPR).
If the processing is based on consent or contract and is carried out by automated means, the data subject may receive them in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format or request that they be transmitted to another data controller.

6. RIGHT OF OPPOSITION (Art. 21 GDPR)
The data subject has the right to object, in whole or in part:
(a) for legitimate reasons to process personal data concerning him/her, even if relevant to the purpose of collection;
(b) to the processing of personal data concerning him or her for the pursuit of purposes not covered by Art. 2.

The user may make a request to object to the processing of his or her personal data pursuant to Article 21 of the GDPR in which to give evidence of the reasons justifying the objection: the Data Controller reserves the right to evaluate the request, which would not be accepted in case of the existence of compelling legitimate reasons to proceed with the processing that override the user’s interests, rights and freedoms.

7. RIGHT TO FILE A COMPLAINT
The data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority under Article 77 of the GDPR if he or she believes that the processing of his or her data is contrary to applicable law.

 

  1. (b) Mode of exercise:

The data subject may at any time exercise the rights referred to in the article by contacting the data controller at the above addresses.

 


[1]
Pursuant to Art. 4 n.7 GDPR: the data controller is the one who determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data and its responsibilities are identified in Art.24 GDPR.

(* taken from: privacy guarantor – cookie faq)