In compliance with that laid down by the GDPR 2016/679, the Data Controller is Altaeco S.p.a, with registered office and main facility located at Via Giovanni Pascoli No. 4/6 - 20010 Vittuone, Milan (MI), VAT no. 09965410153 EAI number 1332411, and informs users of the Altaeco S.p.a. group websites (the "Sites"), namely:
These can be installed on your terminal based on the options and choices that you have made or can make at any time in accordance with this policy.
Altaeco S.p.a. has established this policy to provide information and ensure transparency, by informing you about:
- the origin and purpose of the information processed when browsing the sites;
- your rights in relation to cookies and other tracking elements used by Altaeco S.p.a. of the type of cookies used by the same and the purposes pursued with the information acquired, also providing indications for selecting and deselecting individual cookies
A "cookie" is a small text file created by certain web sites on the user's computer on accessing a particular web site, for the purpose of storing and transporting information. Cookies are sent from a web server (which is the computer on which the visited web site is running) to the user's browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) and stored on the user's computer; they are then re-transmitted to the web site on subsequent visits.
Cookies can remain in the system for long periods of time and may also contain a unique identifier. This allows websites that use them to keep track of the user's browsing within the website itself for statistical or advertising purposes, such as to create a personalised user profile based on the pages visited and display and/or send targeted advertising ( Behavioural Advertising).
This web site uses different types of technical but not profiling, cookies.
The Data Controller, following the indications provided by the Authority in the general provision of 8 May 2014, sets out below the specific categories of cookies used, their purpose and the consequence deriving from their deselection:
|Cookie settings||scwCookie, scwCookieHidden||The cookie allows the website to remember the preferences about allowed cookies set by the user and provide only the accepted cookies|
|Session cookies||PHPSESSID, SSID_
||These are general purpose identifier used to maintain user session variables. They can be used for recognizing the user and maintaining a logged status when visiting new pages.|
|User settings||Users, Ecommerce||The cookie allows the website to recognize the user, if there's some functions that require the user's registration (eg. aree riservate, e-commerce)|
|Google Analytics||__utma, __utmt, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz, __utmv||As a user navigates between web pages, you can use the analytics.js tagging library to record information about the page the user has seen (for example, the page's URL) in Google Analytics. The analytics.js tagging library uses HTTP Cookies to "remember" the user's previous interactions with the web pages.|
||As a user navigates between web pages, you can use the Shinistat scripts to record information about the page the user has seen (for example, the page's URL) in Shinystat. The Shinistat library uses HTTP Cookies to "remember" the user's previous interactions with the web pages.|
|Hotjar||_hjClosedSurveyInvites,_hjDonePolls, _hjMinimizedPolls, _hjDoneTestersWidgets, _hjMinimizedTestersWidgets, _hjIncludedInSample||As a user navigates between web pages, you can use the Hotjar scripts to record information about the page the user has seen and the interactions with the page (e.g. clicked buttons) in Hotjar. The Hotjar library uses HTTP Cookies to "remember" the user's previous interactions with the web pages.|
|Facebook Pixel||IDE, c_user, xs, sb, datr, pl, fr||Allows site managers to track conversions that occur as a result of the ads pubblished on Facebook.|
Third party cookies are also operational on this web site, i. e. cookies created by a web site other than the one the user is currently visiting.
In accordance with the Provision of the Privacy Authority of 8 May 2014, the Data Controller is required to provide the updated link to the policies and consent forms of third parties with which specific agreements have been entered into for the installation of cookies via its web site.
In particular, users are informed that the web site uses the following services that issue cookies:
There are special "buttons" (called "social buttons/widgets") depicting the icons of social networks (e.g. LinkedIn) on the Sites. These buttons allow users who are browsing the web sites to interact directly with the social networks depicted with a "click". In this case, the social network acquires the data related to the user's visit, while the Data Controller will not share any user browsing information or data acquired through its website with the social networks accessible through the Social buttons/widgets.
Social network applications on the Sites in some cases may allow the respective social networks to identify you, even if you have not clicked on the application buttons. This type of button can allow the corresponding social network to follow your browsing on the site simply if your account on the social network in question is activated (open session) while browsing the Site.
We advise that you review the policies of these social networks to understand the purposes of using browsing information that they can collect, including for advertising purposes. These policies must allow you to exercise your choices regarding social networks, in particular by setting up your user account for each.
The installation of certain cookies is subject to your consent. Moreover, when you visit the Sites for the first time, you are asked if you accept the installation of this type of cookie by means of a disclosure banner on the home page of the Sites. Cookies will be activated only after you have accepted and continue to browse the Sites.
You can modify your choice at any time by using the various tools described in the section "How are cookies managed?".
There are several ways to manage cookies and other tracking elements.
You can configure your browser to:
- accept all cookies,
- systematically reject them, or
- choose those that you wish to accept, based on the issuer.
You can also set your browser to accept or reject cookies before they are installed. You can also regularly delete cookies from your device via your browser, and activate the Do Not Track option in most browsers.
Do not forget to configure all of the browsers of your different terminals (tablet, smartphone, computer, etc.).
For the management of cookies and your choices, configuration varies depending on the browser. The configuration is described in the Help menu of your browser, which will inform you about how to modify your cookie preferences.
For Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies
For additional information on cookies, including how to view cookies that have been set on your device as well as cookie management and deletion, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org.
Adobe Flash Player™ is a computer application that allows the quick development of dynamic content by means of Flash. Flash (and applications of the same type) stores settings, preferences and use of such content by means of a technology similar to that of cookies. However, Adobe Flash Player™ handles this information as well as your choices through a different interface than that provided by your browser.
If your device is able to display contents developed with the Flash language, we invite you to access your Flash cookie management tools directly fromhttp://www.adobe.com/en/
The registration of a cookie on your terminal is substantially subject to your choice, which you can express and freely modify at any time in your browser settings.
If your browser is set to accept cookies on your device, cookies embedded in the pages and the content that you have viewed can be temporarily stored in a specific area of your device. These cookies can only be read by those who sent them.
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