Cookies are small text files that are stored on the user’s device when visiting websites and are sent back from that user the next time he visits the same website. During navigation, other websites may also place cookies on the user’s device (see Data Protection Authority Regulation no. 229 of 8 May 2014).
In order to ensure proper management, cookies must be differentiated according to their intended use.
Technical cookies are intended for the sole purpose of “transmitting information in an electronic communication network or – to the extent strictly necessary for an information society service provider – providing a service expressly requested by a subscriber or user” (see section 122 (1) of the Law and Regulation no. 229/2014).
They can be divided into navigation cookies or session cookies, which ensure normal navigation and use of the website (for example, the management of a digital purchase or logging in to login areas).
The installation of these cookies does not require the user’s prior consent.
Profiling cookies are used to create user profiles. They are used to send the user online advertising messages based on his or her navigation preferences.
As they invade the privacy of the user, the user’s prior consent to their installation must be obtained in accordance with section 122 of the Privacy Law.
They monitor the use of the website by users. They provide statistical data that may support the operator of the website in its optimization. One of the most frequently used web analysis tools is “Google Analytics”, a web analysis service from Google Inc. that collects navigation statistics. According to the data protection authority, these cookies are technical cookies if the IP address is made (even partially) anonymous and the information is not shared with Google. Otherwise they are profiling cookies.
The company has partially anonymised the IP address of the user and reduced the data that Google can access with the analytics tools.
Cookies may be first-party cookies (created and managed directly by the website operator) or third-party cookies (if installed and used by others).
Third-party cookies include the so-called social plugins, i.e. components that enable integration with social media (for example Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr etc.) and generate cookies via the website.
The administration of the information collected from third parties is regulated in the corresponding declarations to which reference is hereby made.
Our website uses the following cookies:
www.acquaplose.it cookies, user logged in as agent
wordpress_SessionId (session, read only)
wordpress_logged_in_SessionId (session, read only)
SHORT INFORMATION ON FIRST ACCESS – BANNER
The banner, which is displayed on first access of the website, visualizes the basic information for managing the cookies and contains the link to the complete data protection declaration.
As required by law, the cookie settings are stored with a technical cookie for a period of 365 days.
LINK TO DISABLE COOKIES ON YOUR COMPUTER
FOR THE MOST COMMON NAVIGATION BROWSERS
The settings made at the first access may be changed at any time using the procedures below.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
LINKS TO THE LINKED WEBSITES AND/OR TO WEBSITES WITH LINKED FUNCTIONS
As the website uses third-party cookies (such as Google+), the link to the relevant privacy statements is provided below in accordance with the provisions of the data protection authority.
Google Analytics, Google+ and Youtube: https://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/
If the owner/operator of the website does not have direct contact with the third-party providers, or if it should be difficult to locate all third-party providers, the following link must be provided:
http://www.youronlinechoices.com/de/ – This website contains information about usage-based online advertising as well as cookies and provides tips on data protection on the Internet.