Cookies are short texts fragments (letters and/or numbers) enabling a web server to store information on a client (the browser). Such information can then be re-used during the same visit to the site (session cookies) or at a later time, even days later (“persistent cookies”). According to users’ preferences, cookies are stored by single browsers on users’ devices (computers, tablets, smartphones).
Similar technologies (web beacons, clear GIFs, and any form of HTML5 local storage ) can also be used to collect information on users’ behaviour and on how services are used.
Henceforward, the word “cookies” will be used to refer to both cookies and all similar technologies.
Types of cookies
Cookies can be differentiated into various categories, according to their features and the way they are used.
Needed for navigation, as they fulfil essential functions, such as authentication, validation, or browsing session management. They identify whether users have regularly accessed protected site areas requiring user authentication/validation; they manage navigation sessions relating to services and applications; and they store data for safe access.
Pursuant to Article 122, Paragraph 1 of the Personal Data Protection Code (its current version, after Legislative Decree No. 69/2012 came into force), “technical” cookies can be used even without the consent of the data subject.
For the sake of transparency, a selection of technical cookies and of instances of Site-specific activities are listed below:
– cookies installed onto users’ terminals, either directly or by third-party domains (which will not be used for other purposes), such as authentication cookies;
– cookies for multimedia content (e.g. Flash Player) not exceeding the duration of the session;
– customisation cookies (for selecting browser language, completing IDs and passwords as the first digits are typed in, etc.).
Without these cookies, the Site (or parts thereof) may not work properly. Therefore, they are always used and sent, unless users disable them in their browser settings (thus affecting how Site pages are displayed).
Used to statistically analyse access/visits to the Site. They have purely statistical purposes (not profiling or marketing ones) and they collect aggregate information only – single users cannot be identified. Even thus, however, these cookies can – for example – find out if the same user returns to the Site at different times. They also enable system monitoring and improve system performance and usability. They can be disabled without losing functionality.
This Site uses Google Analytics, a web traffic analysis service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics employs cookies to anonymously collect and analyse information on site usage behaviour (including users’ IP addresses). Such information is collected and processed by Google Analytics in order to produce reports about the activities that take place on the Site. This Site does not use (and does not allow third parties to use) Google Analytics to monitor or collect personally identifiable information. Google does not connect IP addresses to any other datum held by Google, nor does it try to link a given IP address to a user. Google may also communicate this information to third parties when legally required to do so, or when such third parties process the aforementioned information on behalf of Google itself.
For further information, see https://www.google.it/intl/en/policies/privacy/partners/
Users can choose to disable Google Analytics by installing on their browser the Opt-out Add-on provided by Google. To disable Google Analytics, see https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en
Permanent cookies used to identify user preferences, both anonymously or not. They pursue behaviour analysis objectives for marketing purposes. THIS SITE DOES NOT USE PROFILING COOKIES.
While navigating the Site, user terminals may also receive cookies from different sites or web servers – the so-called “third-party” cookies. This is because the Site may feature elements (such as images, maps, sounds, specific links to web pages of other domains) located on servers other than the one where the requested page is. In other words, such cookies are set up by website operators or servers other than the Site.
These cookies can be sent to users’ browsers by third-party companies, directly from their website, which can be accessed by navigating from this Site. In such cases, the Company is not responsible for the way these cookies work: the aforementioned third-party companies are responsible for sending such cookies.
The current legislation states that users can give their consent or change their preferences as to these cookies at any time, by specifically altering the configuration of their browser, or some computer programmes, or simple, user-friendly devices. Cookies can also be disabled from the browser at any time, although this may prevent users from using some parts of the Site. In any case, disabling “third-party” cookies does not affect browsing in any way.
More precisely, this Site may feature links to other web sites having their own privacy policies, which we recommend users to read, as they may be different from the Company’s own policy. Therefore, the Company shall not be responsible for third-party web sites.
Duration of cookies
Some cookies (session cookies) are only active until users log out, or until the browser is closed. Other cookies outlive a navigation session and are also available during users’ subsequent visits.
These cookies are called persistent and their duration is set by servers when they are created. In some cases, an expiry date is set; in others, duration is unlimited.
This Site uses both session cookies and persistent cookies.
Moreover, by browsing the pages on this Site, you can interact with sites operated by third parties, which can create or modify permanent and profiling cookies.
Users may express their cookie preferences by changing browser settings. Cookies can be accepted or rejected; you can ask for a message to be sent before accepting a cookie from a website you are visiting. Besides, cookies can be deleted by emptying the “Cookies” folder used by the browser. Each browser has its own procedures for cookie management. The following is a list of links to specific instructions for the most common ones.
Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=it
Mozilla Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/it/kb/Attivare%20e%20disattivare%20i%20cookie
Internet Explorer: windows.microsoft.com/it-it/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11
Apple Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1677?viewlocale=it_IT
Please note that if cookies are completely disabled in the browser, users may not be able to use some of the interactive features.
Data controller and data supervisor:
SCALO FLUVIALE SOCIETA’ COOPERATIVA
VENEZIA (VE) S.CROCE TRONCHETTO 500
Tax code and VAT Number: 00184470276
Business Registration Number: 00184470276
REA number (Italian Index of Economic and Administrative Information ): VE – 45338
Register of Italian Cooperatives: A133871
Italian Register of Environmental Operators: 680/0 PROV. VE
Tel: +39 041 522 2391
Fax: +39 041 277 6212
certified email: email@example.com
Data acquired from the web services of this Site are handled exclusively by designated Company staff. Collected data are processed by designated staff, according to the arrangements and aims stated above, and will not be shared.
Data Subjects’ Rights
Data subjects are entitled, at any time and without any formality, to the rights granted by Article 7 of the Personal Data Protection Code (an English version can be found at hwww.privacy.it/archivio/privacycode-en.html#sect). The form provided by the Italian Data Protection Authority (www.garanteprivacy.it) can be used to communicate with us about this. There are no formal constraints to the exercise of one’s rights.
In order to exercise their rights as per Article 7 of Legislative Decree No. 196/2003, data subjects must write to the data controller at the following address:
SCALO FLUVIALE SCOCIETA’ COOPERATIVA
VENEZIA (VE) S.CROCE TRONCHETTO 500
Alternatively, they can email firstname.lastname@example.org (please use the following subject line: Request as per Article 7 of Legislative Decree No. 196/2003).
SCALO FLUVIALE SOCIETA’ COOPERATIVA
This page can be accessed via a link at the bottom of every page on the Site, pursuant to Article 122, Paragraph 2, of Legislative Decree No. 196/2003. Also in accordance with the Simplified Arrangements to Provide Information and Obtain Consent Regarding Cookies, published in the Official Journal No. 126 of 3rd June 2014 and in the registro dei provvedimenti (a chronological list of all regulations and dispositions) No. 229 of 8th May 2014.
SCALO FLUVIALE SOCIETA’ COOPERATIVA | S. Croce, 500 – Tronchetto – 30135 Venezia (VE) | P.I. 00184470276
Tel. +39 041 5222391 – Tel. +39 041 5236268 | Fax. +39 041 2776212 | Email email@example.com
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