What are cookies?
Cookies are text information that you are going to install on your navigation device whenever the latter visit the pages of a website. Cookies are used for technical purposes of normal operation of a web site, or to store information aimed at profiling the user according to his interests by analyzing totally, or in part, your browsing experience.
- technical cookies
- third party cookies
- profiling cookie
These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the site and are also classified as strictly necessary, that is “strictly necessary”. Just think, for example, login systems inside a portal, reminding you the persistence within his private area.
Because these cookies are primarily derived from the website or portal, they define themselves as first-party cookies and, having regard to their nature, their use does not require your consent in accordance with art. 122 paragraph 1 of Legislative Decree No. 196/2003.
Under this type of cookie that used by systems of statistics on the number of accesses to the pages of the site, called Analytics, but also those employed in managing the transition between pages logged in http to https to ensure security of your information.
|user||Retrieve user settings (save the user’s session and remember certain settings like the accessibility settings)||Persistent||Technician|
|lang||Store the user’s location and remember your language settings (anonymously)||Session||Technician|
|System||Customize the content of the page depending on the device used by the user, of his choices and settings (anonymously)||Session||Technician|
|Analytics (Google)||Data collection on access to site pages, came from, visit time and place||Session||Technician|
Unlike cookies, those of profiling track the browsing behavior of the user. Sometimes they are used in the registration forms to specific services within the sites or in their electronic shopping carts. They remain within the system user (browser) is variable.
In accordance with art. 23 of Legislative Decree 196/2003, the use of these cookies require prior consent from the user through a message place a banner prominently displayed within each page on your site.
This banner will be proposed until the user puts the voluntary acceptance, which may be withdrawn whenever the user so desires. His inhibiting shall not affect the proper functioning of the site.
|Ecomm (Virtuemart)||Retrieve the user’s purchase preferences, so that you can view within the products showcase more similar to those purchased recently||Persistent||Profiling|
Third party cookies
Within some sites you can find items that are shared by other portals, such as maps, videos, social plugins or banner ads. Since the information shared are taken from different sites, this type of cookie party identify as and may collect a variety of information about the user’s browsing preferences within the site where their elements were shared.
|Retarg||Sending information about your browsing preferences as purchase products or simple viewing of content.||Persistent|
|Social share||Sharing content on the social portal. The plugin shared the pages could send information about the user’s browsing preferences within the site.||Persistent|
|Video share||Sharing video content placed on the portal. The plugin which embeds the video coming from the third source could send information about the user’s browsing preferences within the site.||Persistent||YouTube|
|Map share||Sharing interactive map. The plugin which embeds the generated map by a third could send information about the user’s logon or browsing preferences within the site.||Persistent|
Enable and disable cookies through your browser options
Cookies are saved on your computer and affect the sites you visit. Cookies contain information about your preferences on the sites and login procedures. To enable or disable cookies on your browser, you can refer to the following guide:
If you use another type of browser, you can refer to the specific documentation concerning cookie management.
Information in accordance with art. 13 of Legislative Decree 30/06/2003 # 196 “personal data protection code”
Zuffellato Computers srl, with registered office in via Béla Bartok 12, 44124 (FE) as a data controller in accordance with art. 13 of d. Lgs. 196/03, informs you that your personal data, including possibly name, company or business name, address and location, phone and fax numbers, e-mail, directly supplied by you will be used solely for the purpose of send them by e-mail, communications containing information and business proposals (e.g. Special) concerning our services.
Your personal data are processed using manual processes (eg. on paper) and through electronic instruments and/or computer in accordance with the provisions of the law in order to ensure confidentiality and security of the data than the stated purpose. There is no diffusion and communication of your personal data.
Managers and/or agents are marketing and communication service staff Zuffellato Computers srl. With regard to the personal data that you can exercise your rights under art. 7 of the code within the limits and conditions laid down in articles 8, 9 and 10 of the code.
In particular, you can obtain from the responsible for the response to data subjects the existence or otherwise of personal data and their communication in intelligible form. You’ll also get free access to your personal information to verify its use or to correct them, upgrade them to the extent permitted by law, or to delete or oppose their treatment, if processed in violation of the law, and oppose in particular for the purpose of sending advertising materials or direct selling or for carrying out market research or commercial communication.
Disclosure and use
We will not disclose, sell or transfer personal information to third parties without first obtaining permission from the person concerned or without provision by a judicial authority. The information you submit will be made available only to our employees to process them in order to communicate with you or send email to reply to your requests for information and to contracted service providers to provide the services concerning the communication between you and us.
How to stop receiving our emails? Every email contains a link through which may indicate that want to stop receiving our messages or change the interests expressed. Simply follow the instructions provided at the bottom of the mail. If you have received unwanted or unsolicited email from this system or you mask behind our name, please forward a copy of the message, together with its comments, to the address firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to enhance your experience of our website and to optimize access to information from our users,
on our website monitoring systems are installed.
In particular in relation to monitoring carried out through Google Tools, we inform you that:
- We have implemented Google Analytics functions according to the display advertising (e.g. remarketing, reports on impressions the Google Display network, DoubleClick integration Campaign Manager or reports on demographics and interests of Google Analytics);
- using the ads preferences Manager, visitors can turn off Google Analytics for advertising displays and customize ads for the Google Display network.
- visitors can access the components currently available for disabling Google Analytics for the Web;
- We use remarketing with Google Analytics for promoting our products or services online;
- third party vendors, including Google, publish our ads on the websites;
- We and third party vendors, including Google, we use both owners (like the Google Analytics cookies) and third-party cookies (like the DoubleClick cookie) to inform, enhance and serve ads based on previous visits to your website;
- the data of interest-based advertising to Google or third-party data on audiences (such as age, gender and interests) are used in aggregate and anonymous way for statistical survey, in order to improve user experience and to advertising campaigns in compliance with applicable Privacy legislation.