The cookies are used to improve User’s global navigation in particular:
- Allow one to navigate efficiently from one page to another in the Web site
- Memorizes the user name and preferences inserted
- Avoids inserting the same information (like user name and password) many times during the visit
- Measures the use of services by the User to optimize the navigating experience and the services themselves
- Presents publicity information geared towards the interests and behavior shown by the User while navigating
Several types of cookies exist. Following we report the types of cookies that can be used on the Site and a description of the reason for their use.
These types of cookies are necessary for the correct functioning of some areas in the site. The cookies in this category include persistent cookies and session cookies. Without these cookies the site in several areas could function incorrectly. Therefore they are always used, independent of the user preferences. Cookies in this category are always sent by our dominion.
This type of cookie is used to gather information about the use of the site. The Owner uses this information for statistical analysis to improve the site and simplify its use, as well as monitor its correct functioning. This type of cookie anonymously gathers information on user activity on the site, how he arrived there and the pages visited. Cookies in this category are sent from the Site itself or from third party dominions.
Survey cookies from third parties
This type of cookie is used to gather information on the use of the Web site by visitors, the key words used to reach the site, the Web sites visited and the origin of traffic bringing visitors from marketing campaigns. The owner can use this information to compile reports and improve his Site. The cookies gather information anonymously. This type of cookie is sent by the Site itself or from third party dominions.
Google Analytics uses the “cookie” to anonymously gather and analyze information about use behavior on the site (including user IP address). This information is gathered by Google Analytics which is elaborated to make a report for the operators of Abstracts regarding the activity on the same web sites. This site does not use (and does not consent third parties to use) the analysis instrument of Google to monitor or gather personal identification information. Google does not associate anyone’s IP address to any other data possessed by Google nor does it seek to link an IP address with the identity of the user. Google can communicate this information to third parties where it is imposed by law or where third parties use such information for Google.
For more information go to the following link: https://www/google.it/policies/privacy/partners/
The user can selectively disable the action of Google Analytics installing the component opt.out furnished by google in his browser. To disable the action of Google Analytics one sends to the following link: href=”https://tools.google.com/dipage/gaoptout
Cookies to integrate the functionality of third parties
This type of cookie is used to integrate functionality for third parties in the Site (for example, modules for comments or social network icons that allow the visitors to share site content.) This category of cookies can be sent from site partner dominions or that offer functions present in the site.
The Owner is not required to request user consent for technical cookies since these are strictly necessary for providing service. For the other cookie typologies the consent can be expressed by the User conforming to current norms covering specific browser configurations and computer programs or devices that are of easy and clear use to the User. The Owner reminds the User that it is possible to modify his preferences concerning cookies at any time. It is also possible to disable cookies at any moment from the browser but this operation could impede the User from accessing certain parts of the Site.
Social Network Cookies (Plug-in social)
The Site uses plug-in and social network buttons to allow the users of social network to share links with social network or content they like with their “friends” (and propose other functions connected to the publication of comments). These plug-ins don’t set up a cookie but if they are already present on the visitors computer they can read it and use it according to their lay-out.The gathering and use of information by third parties is regulated according to the privacy norms it refers to. Specifically it is a simple link to third party sites that don’t install profile cookies.
Third party Web Sites and degree of responsibility
The site contains links to other Web sites that have their own rules on privacy. These rules on privacy can be diverse from those adopted by the Owner who therefore doesn’t respond to third party Sites. According to art. 1222 secondo comma del D lgs. 196/2003, the consent to use these cookies is expressed through individual sorting freely chosen for the browser utilized to navigate in the site. The user still has the right to communicate to the Owner at any time he desires in terms of data managed through cookies which said browser has accepted.
Modifying cookie set up
Most browsers automatically accept cookies but the user normally can modify the set up by disabling certain functions. It is possible to block all types of cookies or accept to receive only certain and disable others. The section “Options” or “Preferences” in the browser menu allows one to avoid receiving cookies and other technologies tracing the user and be notified by the browser about activation of these technologies. Otherwise, it is also possible to consult the section”Help” on the instrument bar present for most browsers.
To receive assistance or explanations on how to exercise consent/deny selection or how to cancel cookies on your browser the user can turn to the owner of TOP DIGITEX s.r.l. with seat in via Roma – 22070 – Senna Comasco (CO), email email@example.com; at the same address you can exercise your rights from art.7 Dlgs. 196/2003 or make complaints, comments on the function of cookies.