Policy on cookies
The law is aimed at all community sites, that is, whose organization / person falls under European jurisdiction regardless of where it is located on your server.
New law - Updated January 31, 2013
The update, the ICO (the body responsible for the implementation of the EU Cookie Law) recently wrote an article stating that you no longer have the express consent of cookies on websites, as previously stated (http: //www.ico.org.uk/news/current_topics/changes-to-cookies-on-our-website). Although this change has not yet entered into force and the law can not be defined canceled, it is the de facto end of its importance for all those who work the web.
Since you clearly refers article 13, the existence of cookies must be communicated from the sites, by means of a notice or other, indicating the use and putting into condition the navigator to read the information perhaps through a link in site.
We have prepared the following Policy to describe the types of cookies used on our website and on our platform, and to describe the reasons and the conditions of their use. Please note that we can offer our website and our services to your device without sending some of our cookies. Therefore, You authorize us to use them when you use our site and our services.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text strings, not necessarily within the computer file, sent by a server to a client, then from a website to the visitor, and later sent back to the reading by the server. Every time the user returns to the same Web site, the browser fetches and sends the file to the site server. In general, the purpose of cookies is to improve the functioning of the website and the user experience using the same, for example through automatic authentication, storing the language, size and type of text, location, or information for statistical purposes, because in itself web pages have no "memory".
Cookies are not viruses, and using a plain text format. They can not make copies of themselves and spread to other networks to run and replicate again.
If you have not already done so, you'll want to set your browser to automatically update, in order to eliminate security gaps caused by outdated browsers. These may in fact be exploited by malicious people to manipulate cookies and acquire private information without your consent.
If you share access to your computer, you should always delete the navigation data every time you close your browser. This increases security by eliminating sensitive data after your browsing session.
We may send cookies to your device through our site. These cookies, which belong to the site that created them, are defined in Part Cookies. They are always enabled and are required to run the site's features.
Session Cookies are essential to enable a safe and efficient site (Essential Cookies). They disappear when the browser is closed, and its associated data are deleted from the system within one hour. For this type of cookie you are not required to acquire the prior informed consent from the user, as they are subject and readable only dominoes that created them.
Cookies Domain are intended to recognize the registered user at his return to the site once they have been authenticated personal credentials. Allow for example to fill the cart, easily perform payment transactions, resolve security issues and ensure compliance with applicable law. These Cookies are part of the group session, because username and password are never stored on our Web site after you exit and you must include them every time you want to access the site.
The Performance cookies collect anonymous information about the use that is made of the site and allow us to improve its functioning. For example show us which pages are most frequently visited, allow us to see which are the recurrent patterns of use of the Site, help us to understand all the difficulties you encounter when using and shows us the efficiency of the advertising that is published on the site.
Third Party Cookies
Some of our performance cookies are managed for us by third parties. We do not allow the third party to use the cookies for purposes other than those listed above. We use Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a free web analysis provided by Google, which sends cookies to your device. The information generated by your use of the Site, including your IP address, are transmitted to Google and stored on its servers. Google uses this information to evaluate your use of the Site, prepare reports on website activity for website operators and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if required by law or if third parties process this information on behalf of Google. However Google does not associate your IP address with any other data that Google owns.
In particular, the following are the cookies used by Google Analytics:
Name Cookie Duration
_utmv 2 years
_utmb 30 minutes
_utma 2 years
_utmz 6 months
If you have previously interacted with social as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Google Plus, your browser sends information about these cookies to the Social when you visit our site by clicking the "Like" or another plug-in capital. These cookies are used by the Social Network to provide you with a personalized experience on our site, to maintain and improve the service and to protect both you and the site from malicious activity.
We can accommodate as content of YouTube, if we believe that this can improve your experience. You can share content you like through Facebook or contain content taken from Twitter.
Third Party Cookies
Third Party Cookies are created and subject to external domains to our site, and are the true goal of this legislation. Advertisers and others use their own cookies to collect information about your activities or on advertisements on which you clicked. This information could be used by them to present adverts which they believe can be more interesting for you. Advertisers may also use them to measure the effectiveness of their advertising campaigns. We have no control over these cookies.
How to block cookies
If you do not wish to receive cookies on your device, you can manage as enable the cookies by accessing the "Settings" or Tools "from the main menu of the browser. This allows for example to disable cookies for all sites, except those you trust.
Please note that turning off our cookies, you will not have access to many features that make the site more efficient and some of our services will not function properly. Also, because the cookies are used to identify products in the basket during the procedure of sending the purchase order, you can not place orders.
You can choose to disable third-party cookies, without compromising the proper functioning of our site. This may result, however, the viewing of advertising messages that are not of interest. Please note that this exclusion by third parties is not subject to our control.
In order for you to better understand how you can change your privacy settings, you point out a series of links that you may find useful:
• INTERNET EXPLORER: http: //windows.microsoft.com/it-IT/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-10
• CHROME: https: //support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647? Hl = en
• SAFARI: http: //www.apple.com/it/privacy/use-of-cookies/
Another feature of most browsers is how dinavigazione incognito. You can browse in Incognito mode when you do not want your website visits or your downloads from being recorded in your browsing and download. All cookies created in Incognito mode are automatically deleted when you close all browser windows.
Alternatively, your browser options contain the "Clear browsing data". You can use it to delete cookies, data site and plug-ins, including the data stored on your device to Adobe Flash Player (Flash Cookies).
See these sites for more information, or select "Help" on your browser for guidance online.