Therefore, Chinesport s.p.a. (from now on, the "Company"), with offices in Via Croazia, 2. 33100, Udine , contact firstname.lastname@example.org, as the controller of your personal data, has the intention to inform you properly about the tools present in the website, about how they are used and about how to manage them, even for disabling them.
Cookies are small text files which are downloaded to the user’s device when surfing the web. At each subsequent visit they are sent back to the website that originated them (first-party cookies) or they can be sent back to other domains or external parties (third-party cookies).
Cookies can be used for different purposes, for example to make it easier saving the preferences about the visited websites; to allow you to navigate efficiently among the pages; to remember the favourite sites; to improve the user’s browsing experience, in general; to ensure that advertising content displayed be centred on the user’s interests.
Depending on their duration, they can be session/temporary cookies, if they expire or they are deleted when closing the browser otherwise they can be persistent cookies, which are those with a longer expiration term.
As already mentioned, cookies can be the owner’s, if they are directly related to the domain of the website and, therefore, to the Company or they can be third-party cookies, if they are placed directly by third parties and used for the purposes and according to the procedures arranged by them. Third-party cookies are, thus, installed by an external party, which is defined as "third party" and they are not managed by the website.
Regarding the nature of cookies, there are different types
a) Technical cookies allow the user to browse through a webpage, or to provide a service requested by the user. Technical cookies are not used for any other purposes and are installed directly by the manager of the website. Navigation or session cookies ensure the normal browsing and use of the website. They are actually necessary for the correct functioning of the website;
b) Analytical cookies, along with technical cookies are used by the manager of the website to collect information, in aggregate form, about the number of users and about how they browse the website, in order to improve the performances of the website itself;
c) Profiling cookies, their goal is to create profiles regarding single users and they are used to send advertisements which correspond to the preferences shown by the user during browsing the internet.
At last, cookies can be classified as essential or non-essential.
Essential cookies are those used only to allow the user to browse the website without any problems. Among the essential cookies we have the technical cookies for navigation and those for functioning. Due to their very nature in order to ensure the use of the website, the user’s consent is not necessary for installing such cookies.
Non-essential cookies, on the other hand, are the ones which are not included in the definition of essential cookies, for example, the ones used to analyse the users’ behaviour when browsing the website or profiling cookies.
For the use of such cookies it is necessary to have the user’s consent.
The lack of consent for non-essential cookies does not affect in any way the normal functioning of the website. It only hinders the use of the specific functions for which the single cookies were programmed.
The following chart is a summary of the types of cookies and their legal basis.
|Category||Types of Cookies||Legal basis for their treatment|
|Essential Cookies||Technical Cookies||Allow a better performance of the website, i. e. implement a contract joined by the user, as well as, take into account pre-contract arrangements adopted as requested by the user|
|Anonymous analytical Cookies|
|NON Essential Cookies||Non-anonymous analytical Cookies||Consent|
The user’s consent is manifested expressly every time, after having read the information shown in the banner which appears when the website is visited for the first time - and, in the case of lack of consent, every time the website is subsequently visited - the user clicks on the consent button.
One more clickable banner allows navigation by installing only the so-called technical cookies.
Lastly a selection button allows the user to choose which cookies to enable, it being understood that technical cookies have to be accepted, as they are necessary for the functioning of the website.
You may consult the list of accepted cookies - which can be modified at any time by following the link at the bottom of every page of the website itself - which will be stored by means of a dedicated technical cookie, so that the banner is not presented again for a period of at least 6 months.
The detailed list of cookies present in this website is accessible by clicking here or by following the link at the bottom of every page of the website itself.
Below is a list of all third parties which install their own cookies through the website, along with the corresponding Privacy Policies.
We remind you, in fact, that such third parties act as independent holders of data processing through the cookies that they have served. Users should therefore refer to their policy of personal data, informative material and consent forms (enabling and disenabling of the respective cookies).
The website uses analytical cookies provided by Google Inc. (from now on, "Google"), better known as "Google Analytics" thus, cookies are installed on your device, to make a statistical analysis, in an aggregated form, about the website.
The general information collected by the cookie is kept by Google, as made transparent in their policy available at: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage .
In addition to cookies, pixel tagging is used. This is a kind of technology, embedded in the website or an email in order to track the activities around the pages or to check whether the email messages have been opened. They are used together with cookies. For further information click here: http://www.google.com/intl/it/policies/privacy/key-terms/ .
General Privacy of Google, on the other hand, can be consulted by clicking here:https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=it.
In order to ensure at best the user’s privacy, the Company has enabled the IP address anonymity function. Therefore, Google Analytics will make the visitor’s IP address anonymous as soon as it can be technically possible.
Moreover, the controller has accepted the terms of Google AdsData Processing made available by Google in compliance with current legislation and has limited the possibility of sharing data with third parties, using the specific settings.
For the reasons expressed above, Google advertising and data sharing options have not been enabled and Google Analytics has not been connected with any other further service.
Anyway, by clicking here https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it you can download and install an add-on corresponding to your browser for blocking Google Analytics. In that case, no information will be passed on to Google Analytics.
You can block or disable cookies from your browser and delete all cookies which have already been saved on your device by setting the specific parameters in your browser.
It is important to remember that any change to the cookie setting in the browser could hinder the possibility to fully use the website.
If authorizations may be changed, the user must delete cookies which have already been saved for the browser, and which, otherwise will not be removed.
Every browser has specific features for dealing with the setting of cookies.
Below is a list with all the information about how to modify the cookie settings according to the browser.
For further information or to check updated instructions for your version visit the specific page here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-en/products/windows?os=windows-10
For further information or to check updated instructions for your version visit the specific page here: https://support.mozilla.org/it/kb/Attivare%20e%20disattivare%20i%20cookie
For further information or to check updated instructions for your version visit the specific page here: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=en
For further information or to check updated instructions for your version visit the specific page here: https://support.apple.com/en-en/safari
For further information or to check updated instructions for your version visit the specific page here: https://support.apple.com/en-en/HT201265
For further information or to check updated instructions for your version visit the specific page here: http://www.opera.com/help/tutorials/security/privacy