NAVIGATION DATA AND COOKIES
During their normal operation, the IT systems and software procedures used to operate this website acquire some personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols. This is information that is not collected to be associated with identified interested parties, but which by its very nature could, through processing and association with data held by third parties, allow users to be identified. This category of data includes the IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by users who connect to the site, the addresses in URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) â€‹â€‹notation of the requested resources, the time of the request, the method used in submitting the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the numeric code indicating the status of the response given by the server (successful, error, etc. ..) and other parameters relating to the operating system and the user's computer environment. These data are used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information on the use of the site and to check its correct functioning and are deleted immediately after processing. The data could be used to ascertain responsibility in case of hypothetical computer crimes against the site.
TYPES OF COOKIES
Cookies are information entered on the user's browser when he visits a website or uses a social network with his PC, smartphone or tablet. Each cookie contains different data such as, for example, the name of the server from which it originates, a numeric identifier, etc. Cookies can remain in the system for the duration of a session (i.e. until the browser used for browsing the web is closed) or for long periods and may contain a unique identification code.
Some cookies are used to perform computer authentication, session monitoring and storage of specific information on users who access a web page. These so-called technical cookies are often useful, because they can make browsing and using the web faster and faster, because for example they intervene to facilitate certain procedures when shopping online, when authenticating to restricted access areas or when a website automatically recognizes the language that is usually used. A particular type of cookie, called analytics, is used by website managers to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site, and therefore to elaborate general statistics on the service and its use. .
Other cookies can instead be used to monitor and profile users while browsing, study their movements and habits of consulting the web or consumption, also for the purpose of sending advertising of targeted and personalized services. We speak in this case of profiling cookies. It may happen that a web page contains cookies from other sites and content in various elements hosted on the page itself, such as advertising banners, images, videos, etc. These are the so-called third-party cookies, which are usually used for profiling purposes. Given the particular invasiveness that profiling cookies (especially those from third parties) can have within the private sphere of users, European and Italian legislation provides that the user must be adequately informed on the use of the same and express their valid consent to the insertion of cookies on your terminal.
Information regarding online dispute resolution pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR (Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):
The European Commission gives consumers the opportunity to resolve online disputes pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR on one of their platforms. The platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr) serves as a site where consumers can try to reach out-of-court settlements of disputes arising from online purchases and contracts for services.