WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small text files that require permission to be placed on the user's computer hard disk or on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. A cookie is created by an Internet site for the purposes of storing in the user information system, such as the user's preferences while browsing the site.
When you visit our Web site, the file is added and the cookie helps you analyze network traffic or lets you know when the user visits a specific site. The web application thus adjusts its operations according to your needs and preferences, collecting and storing information about your preferences.
For example, if a user searches for a flight time on an airline's website, the site can create a cookie that contains the user's itinerary.
This information will be used by the site to customize the display that will be submitted to the user at the next visit.
Information about personal identity can also be stored in cookies. Personal identity information is information that can be used to identify or contact a person, such as name, e-mail address, home or office address, or phone number. In any case, a Web site may only access information that you provided personally and may not access other information on your computer.
Cookies saved on your computer can only be read from the Web site that created them, the files that contain them have the name of the Web site URL that created them.
Permanent and temporary cookies
There are several types of cookies, and you can specify if all types of cookies, some types, or none can be saved on your computer. If you do not accept any type of cookies, you may not be able to see some websites and take advantage of customization features (such as viewing local newsletters or weather bulletins).
A permanent cookie remains stored as a file on your computer even after the browser closes and can be read from the website that created it at the next site visit by the user. Their lifetime is usually fixed at the time of their creation by the server. In some cases, the deadline is set, otherwise their duration is unlimited.
A temporary cookie will only be stored for the duration of the current session and will be removed from the computer at the end of the session. This can be triggered by a specific command, when the browser closes, or by using a URL other than that of the site generated the cookie.
First-Party Cookies and Third-Party Cookies
First-party cookies are those created by the Web site that you display, or are sent to it, and are typically used to store information such as the user's preferences that are visiting the site.
An example of this type of cookie is the "social plugin" of Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. These are parts of the visited page generated directly from these sites and integrated into the site's host site. The most common use of social plugins is to share content on social networks.
Browsers can be configured to control the arrival of cookies, generally the configuration option that lets you disable the arrival of cookies is placed in the privacy management.
The transfer of data through cookies is optional and deactivating them does not affect the functionality of our site.
The data will be collected and processed by telematic modalities only from individuals specifically appointed and in compliance with privacy rules. Data collected through cookies will be shared with the competent authorities, in accordance with applicable laws.
Pursuant to article 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 you are entitled to a series of rights such as: the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or not of personal data concerning you; the right to have access to his or her information and to know the purpose, modalities and logic of the treatment, the right to obtain updating, rectification or, if interested, the integration of the data processed; the right to oppose the treatment of the same for legitimate reasons that he / she can always exercise by addressing the relevant instance to the Manager in charge of the Intelligent Telecommunication Projects, Communications and Cities Service.
You can contact us at any time in order to request the updated list of data processors, and to exercise your rights recognized by art. 7 D.Lgs 193/2003.
Types of cookies
"Technical" cookies (analysis and performance). These are cookies used to collect and analyze traffic and site usage anonymously. These cookies, without identifying the user, allow, for example, to detect whether the same user returns to connect at different times. They also allow you to monitor your system and improve its performance and usability. Disabling such cookies can be performed without any loss of functionality.
The hangoversmartskin.com site also includes components transmitted by Google Analytics, a web traffic analysis service provided by Google, Inc. ("Google"). In this case, these are third-party cookies that are collected and managed anonymously to monitor and improve the performance of your site (performance cookie).
Google Analytics uses "cookies" to collect and analyze in anonymous form the information about the behaviors of the site hangoversmartskin.com (including the user's IP address). This information is collected by Google Analytics, which processes them for statistical purposes and sends them to hangoversmartskin operators, to improve on-site services on offerti.com services over time.
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The user can selectively disable Google Analytics by installing the opt-out component provided by Google on their browser. To disable Google Analytics action, please refer to the following link:
The user has the right to block cookies using their browser settings. If you do not change your browser settings and continue to use our site, we will deduct that the user will allow us to continue downloading cookies to your computer device or mobile device.
The user can decide whether to accept cookies or not, but if you choose to disable cookies, changing your browser settings, our website and its features may work differently and do not produce the same custom experience. If you choose to delete all cookies, you will need to refresh your preferences on our site again. If you use a device, a computer profile, or a different browser, you will have to re-tell us your preferences.
Information regarding online dispute resolution pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR (Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):
The European Commission gives consumers the opportunity to resolve online disputes pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR on one of their platforms. The platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr) serves as a site where consumers can try to reach out-of-court settlements of disputes arising from online purchases and contracts for services.