This privacy statement relates exclusively to this Application.
1) What are cookies?
Cookies are text files that the visited sites send to the user’s browser and which are stored before being re-transmitted to the site on the next visit.
2) What are cookies used for?
Cookies can be used to monitor sessions, to authenticate a user so that they can access a site without typing their name and password each time and to store their preferences.
3) What are technical cookies?
The so-called technical cookies are used for navigation and to facilitate the access and use of the site by the user. Technical cookies are essential, for example, to access Google or Facebook without having to log in to all sessions. They are also so in very delicate operations such as those of home banking or payment by credit card or by means of other systems.
4) Are Analytics cookies technical cookies?
In other words, the cookies that are placed in the browser and retransmitted through Google Analytics or through the Blogger Statistics service or similar are technical cookies ?. The Guarantor stated that these cookies can be considered technical only if “used for the purpose of optimizing the site directly by the owner of the site, who can collect information in aggregate form on the number of users and how they visit the site. Under these conditions, the same rules apply to analytics cookies, in terms of information and consent, provided for technical cookies. “
5) What are profiling cookies?
They are cookies used to track the user’s navigation to create profiles on his tastes, preferences, interests and even his searches. You will certainly have seen advertising banners relating to a product that you searched for on the internet shortly before. The reason lies precisely in the profiling of your interests and the servers appropriately addressed by cookies have shown you the ads deemed most relevant.
6) Is the user’s consent required for the installation of cookies on his terminal?
No consent is required for the installation of technical cookies, while profiling cookies can be installed on the user’s terminal only after the latter has given consent and after being informed in a simplified way.
7) How can webmasters request consent?
The Privacy Guarantor has established that when the user accesses a website, a banner must appear containing a brief information, the request for consent and a link for the more extensive information such as the one visible on this page on which what profiling cookies are and how they are used on the site in question.
8) How should the banner be created?
The banner must be designed to hide part of the page content and specify that the site also uses profiling cookies from third parties. The banner must be able to be deleted only with an active action by the user, such as a click.
9) What information must the banner contain?
The banner must contain the brief information, the link to the extended information and the button to give consent to the use of profiling cookies.
It is allowed that a technical cookie is used that takes into account the user’s consent so that the user does not have to express consent again on a subsequent visit to the site.
No. Other systems can be used as long as the identified system has the same requirements. The use of the banner is not necessary for sites that only use technical cookies.
12) What should be included in the more extensive information page?
The characteristics of the cookies installed also by third parties must be illustrated. The user must also be instructed how to navigate the site without his preferences being tracked with the possibility of browsing incognito and with the deletion of individual cookies.
13) Who is required to inform the Guarantor that uses profiling cookies?
The owner of the site has this burden. If on your site you only use third-party profiling cookies, you do not need to inform the Guarantor but is required to indicate which third-party cookies are and to indicate the links to the relevant information.
14) When will this legislation come into force?
The Guarantor has given a year to comply and the deadline is June 2, 2015.
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