What are cookies?
Cookies are small strings of text which a website sends, during navigation, to the user’s terminal, where they are saved for retransmission at the same user’s next visit. This website uses technical and third-party cookies to make its services efficient and user-friendly. Therefore, when a user visits the Website, a very small amount of information, in text files called “cookies”, is placed on the user’s device, and saved in the web browser directory.
Types and cookies used:
Technical cookies: used for the sole purpose of transmitting a message on a digital communications network. They are not used for any additional purposes and can be further subdivided into Navigation, or Session, Cookies, which enable normal navigation and use of the website, relating to activities strictly necessary for the operation and provision of the services, and Functional Cookies, which allow the user to navigate in accordance with selected criteria, relating to preference saving and optimisation in order to improve the user experience. Technical cookies include both persistent and session cookies: without these cookies, the website or some parts of it might not function correctly. Therefore, cookies in this category are always used and sent by our domain.
Third-party cookies: generated and controlled by parties other than the manager of the website being visited by the user.
The website uses third-party cookies:
Google Analytics, with anonymised IP address, is a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google uses the Personal Data acquired in order to track and examine the use of this Application, compile reports and share them with the other services provided by Google. Google may use Personal Data to contextualise and customise the adverts it displays. This integration of Google Analytics renders your IP address anonymous. The anonymisation functions by abbreviating the User’s IP address within the borders of European Union member states, or other countries which are signatories to the European Economic Area agreement. In exceptional cases only, the IP address will be sent to the Google servers and abbreviated in the United States.
Personal data collected: Cookies and Use Data.
Place of processing: United States, Privacy Shield participant.
Opt Put https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it
Facebook pixel cookie
Allows monitoring of the conversations which take place on the Website as a consequence of Facebook advertisements. For example, in order to allow monitoring of participation in a specific advertising campaign published on Facebook, the cookie informs Facebook whenever a user has joined a particular campaign on the website. Facebook compares the conversion event with the group of people to whom the advertisement has been shown or who have clicked on it, to provide the website’s owners with information to help them to measure their return on the advertising investment. Cangini Benne does not use this cookie for profiling data subjects but only for statistical purposes.
How to disable/erase cookies by configuring your browser:
A user who has already given his consent but wishes to change his cookie authorisations can block or limit their reception via his browser options. It is not possible to control third-party cookies: in this case, if consent has already been given, the cookies have to be erased using the browser, or by requesting an opt-out directly from the third parties, or at http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/windows7/block-enable-or-allow-cookies
Nowadays, browsers normally have: a) the “Do not track” option, supported by some (but not all) websites, which means that some websites might no longer collect some navigation data; b) the anonymous browsing option: data will not be collected in the browser and the navigation log will not be saved, but the manager of the website visited will still be able to acquire the navigation data; c) a function for erasing some or all cookies saved, but they will normally be reinstalled the next time a website is visited if this possibility is not blocked.