WHAT ARE COOKIES
Cookies are computer files or partial data that can be saved on your computer (or other Internet-enabled browsers, such as smartphones or tablets) when visiting a Website. Usually a cookie contains the name of the website from which the cookie itself comes, the cookie’s "lifespan" (i.e. how long it will stay on your device), and a value, which is usually a randomly generated unique number.
Two types of cookies can be used on sites: ’session cookies’ e ’persistent cookies’.
• session cookies: are temporary cookies that stay on your device until you leave the site.
• persistent cookies: cookies that remain on your device for longer time or until you manually erase it (how long the cookie will remain on your device will depend on the 'lifespan' of the cookie in question and your browser settings).
Some of the pages you visit can also collect information through 'pixel tags' (also known as 'clear gifs') that could be shared with third parties who directly assist promotional activities and web site development. For example, information about the use of websites related to people visiting sites can be shared with advertising agencies in order to target banner ads on the internet sites in the best way.
Another Cookies subdivision - indicated by the Guarantor for Personal Data Protection – is: Technical Cookies, Profiling Cookies, First Part Cookies, Third Part Cookies.
• Technical Cookies: Cookies used to surf or provide a user-requested service. They are not used for further purposes and are normally installed directly by the website owner. Without the use of such cookies, some procedures could not be completed or would be more complex and/or less safe, such as home banking (billing, bank transfer, bill payments, etc.) where cookies, which allow you to enter and maintain user identification during the session, are indispensable.
• Profiling Cookies: these are the cookies used to trace the user's browsing on the web and create profiles on his tastes, habits, choices, etc. Through these cookies, it’s possible to send the user's terminal advertising messages in line with the preferences already displayed by the same user in online browsing.
• First-part cookies i.e. cookies generated and managed directly by the web site manager where the user is surfing.
• Third-part cookiesare generated and managed by subjects different from the web site manager where the user is surfing (in accordance with a contract between the website owner and the third part)
LIST OF COOKIES WE COLLECT
The table below lists the cookies we collect and the information they contain.
|COOKIE Name||COOKIE Description|
|CART||The association with your cart.|
|CATEGORY_INFO||Keeps page category information, allowing you to see pages faster.|
|COMPARE||The products you have on the Compare Products list.|
|CURRENCY||Your favorite currency.|
|CUSTOMER||An encrypted version of the customer id number with the store.|
|CUSTOMER_AUTH||An indicator if you are currently logged in or not.|
|CUSTOMER_INFO||An encrypted version of the user group you belong to.|
|CUSTOMER_SEGMENT_IDS||It delivers Customer Segment ID|
|EXTERNAL_NO_CACHE||A flag indicating whether caching is enabled or not.|
|FRONTEND||Your ID session on the server.|
|GUEST-VIEW||Allows guests to modify their orders.|
|LAST_CATEGORY||The last category you visited.|
|LAST_PRODUCT||- The last product you visited.|
|NEWMESSAGE||It indicates if a new message has been received.|
|NO_CACHE||It indicates if cache usage is allowed.|
|PERSISTENT_SHOPPING_CART||A link to the information about your cart and the history of the views if requested by the site.|
|POLL||The ID of any poll you attended.|
|POLLN||Information about any poll you attended.|
|RECENTLYCOMPARED||The items you recently compared.|
|STF||Information about the products you shared by mail with a friend.|
|STORE||The store or language you selected|
|VIEWED_PRODUCT_IDS||The products you've seen recently|
|WISHLIST||An encrypted list of the products you have added to your Wishlist.|
|WISHLIST_CNT||The number of products in your Wishlist.|
The site uses "technical cookies" as identified by Garante per la protezione dei dati personali as in 8 May 2014 measures, i.e. those cookies used solely to "transmit a communication on an electronic communications network, or, if strictly necessary, to the provider of an information society service explicitly required by the contractor or the user to provide such service "(see Article 122, paragraph 1, of the Italian Privacy Code).
The site uses, therefore:
1. navigation or session cookies, which ensure the normal browsing and website use (allowing, for example, authentication to access restricted areas);
2. cookie analytics, similar to technical cookies when they are used directly by the site manager to gather aggregated information about the number of users and how they visit the site;
3. Feature cookies that allow the user to navigate according to a set of selected criteria (for example, the language) in order to improve the offered service.
The list below shows the third part cookies on this site. These cookies are under the direct and exclusive responsibility of the third part manager and are divided into the following macro-categories:
• Analytics: the cookies used to collect and analyze statistical information about accesses/ visits to the website. In some cases, they are associated with other information such as credentials to access restricted areas (your e-mail address and password) and can be used to profile the user (personal habits, visited sites, downloaded contents, types of interactions, etc.).
• Widgets. This category includes all those graphical components of a program's user interface, which is intended to facilitate the user's interaction with the program itself (for example, Facebook, Google+, Twitter and YouTube cookies are widgets).
• Advertsing. This category includes cookies used to deliver advertising services within a site.
If you don’t want to receive third-part cookies on your device, you can access the third part's information and consent forms through the links below and exclude their delivery by modifying your settings.
Like Button and Facebook Social Widgets (Facebook, Inc.)
The "Like" button and social Facebook widgets are interaction services with the social network Facebook, provided by Facebook, Inc.
Collected Personal Data: Cookies and Use Data.
+1 button and Google+ Social Widgets (Google Inc.)
>The +1 button and Google+ social widgets are interaction services with the social network Google+, provided by Google Inc.
Twitter Share Button
Twitter Share Button are interaction services with the social network Twitter, provided by Twitter, Inc.
Google Analytics (Google Inc.)
Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. ("Google"). Google uses the collected Personal Data to track and examine the use of this online space, complete reports and share them with other services developed by Google.
Google may use Personal Data to contextualize and customize ads on your advertising network.
Disable Google Analytics
Cookies Used by Google
Collected Personal Personal data collected: Cookies and Use Data.
These cookies are not controlled directly from this site, therefore, in order to revoke your consent, you must refer to third part websites or refer to www.youronlinechoices.com/it/ to have information on how to delete or manage cookies according to the browser you are using and to manage preferences on third-part profiling cookies. You can also visit AboutCookies.org for further information about cookies and how they influence your navigation experience.
Cookies are used to improve the services we offer, for example:
- They make possible some services, such as payment, which otherwise would not work;
- They allow a service to recognize your device to prevent you from entering the same information multiple times;
- They calculate how many users are using the services, in order to make their use easier and assure the ability for a fast web surfing.
CHECK OR REMOVE COOKIES
The user can block or limit the reception of cookies through their browser options.
Most Internet browsers are initially set to accept cookies automatically. This means that the user has the ability, at any time, to set up the browser to accept all cookies, only some of them, or refuse them, disabling their use. Moreover, you can normally set browser preferences so that you receive a notification whenever a cookie is stored on your computer. At the end of each web surfing session, you can delete the collected cookies from the device's hard disk. If you want to delete the cookies installed in the used browser cookie folder, you should remember that each browser has different procedures to manage settings.
On Internet Explorer, click on "Tools" from the menu bar and then on "Internet Options" from the sub-menu. Then, access the "Privacy" tab settings to change your cookie preferences.
On Firefox, click on "Tools" from the menu bar and then on "Options" from the sub-menu. Then, access the "Privacy" tab settings to change your cookie preferences.
On Chrome, type “chrome://settings/content” in the address bar (without quotes) and change the cookie settings as you want.
On Safari, select "Preferences" and then choose “Privacy”. In the section “Block Cookies”, specify how Safari must accept cookies from the websites.
If you use Safari on portable devices,such as iPhone and iPad, you need to do as follows: go to the device's "settings" and then find "Safari" on the left menu. Here, under "Privacy and Security", you will be able to manage cookie options.