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Information on cookies and the treatment of personal data

Information given according to articles 13 and 122 of the Code treating of the protection of personal data (Decree Law 196/03, c.d. privacy code) and of the general provision of the Guarantor of 8 May 2014 concerning cookies for any who connect to the site http://agreenment.altervista.org/.

This information is given only for the abovementioned site and for possible related subdominions, though not for other websites visited by the user during navigation.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that is saved on the computer while a wesite is visited. Usually it contains two data : the name of the site and a user identification. Once the cookie is in your computer (or mobile), the site recognizes the user and remembers certain data memorized during navigation (login, language, character dimensions and other viewer settings) in such a way as to improve the navigation experience.
Most commercial websites make use of cookies.

Aim of cookies

Cookies are used to serve different objectives, such as the automatic filling out of fields in forms for statistical reasons, for memorizing information inserted by users, for personalizing content, for ensuring that advertising is more directed towards the target market, for authentification and safety.

Used Cookies

This site uses two types of cookie: technical cookies and profiling cookies. These are defined by the italian privacy guarantor as follows:
Technical cookies: technical cookies are those used for the sole purpose of “effectuating the transmission of a communication along an electronic communication network, or inasmuch as is strictly necessary to to the supplier of a service of the information company explicitly requested by the user registered or by the one who has requested the service” (cfr. art. 122, paragraph 1, of the Code).
These may be used for ulterior aims and are normally directly installed by the owner or webmaster. They may be subdivided into navigation or session cookies which guarantee the normal navigation and fruition of the website (allowing, for instance, for an acquisition or for authentification in order to access RESERVED areas); cookies analytics, assimilated with technical cookies wherever directly used by the webmaster to collect information, in aggregated form, on the number of users and on how these visit the site itself; operational cookies, which allow the user navigation on the basis of a series of select criteria (e.g. the language, the products selected for purchase) with a view to improving the the service made available.

To instal these cookies a user consensual quote is not requested although the obligation does remain to furnish information according to the Code, which the webmaster, only when using these devices, may furnish according to the modality deemed suitable.

Profilation cookies: Profilation cookies are intended to create profiles related to the user and are used for the purposes of sending advertising messages in line with the preferences demonstrated by the user whilst surfing the net. Considering the particular invasiveness which these devices can have in the area of the user’s private life, European and Italian legislation insists that the user be adequately informed on their use, thereby expressing their valid consensus.
These refer to Art. 122 of the Code where provision is made wherever “the archiving of information in the terminology configuration of a contractor or user or of access to already archived information are allowed, and only on condition that the contractor or user has expressed his/her consensus after having been informed of the simplified form according to Art. 13, paragraph 3″ (Art. 122, paragraph 1, of the Code).

“Third Party” Cookies

Often sites allow for third party cookie transmission to the user’s computer, albeit without control inasmuch as the third parties are responsible for their operability.
This refers to advertising or general commercial operators which mainly manage cookies in order to keep a trace of activities or sales which the user has effectuated on this site so as to personalize promotional messages treating of potential user interests or for statistical relevations.

On this site, third parties to be listed are accessed. Such services could result in the download of cookies.

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How to disable cookies

Google Chrome

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Choose the settings option
Click on the Advanced Settings link at the bottom of the page
Click on “Contents Settings” in the “Privacy”
Select in the desidered option in the “Cookies” section.

Mozilla Firefox

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Select Options
Select the Privacy Control Panel
Click on “Communicate the desire to remain untraceable to sites visited” in the section “Traceability” if you wish to remain untraced by the sites you visit.
In the “Chronology” section it is possible to remove all cookies or only those left by specific sites.

Internet Explorer

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Click on the Privacy options in the settings section and the desired privacy OPTIONS appear.

Safari

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Opera

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