Cookie Policy

Cookies are small text files that websites visited by users send to their terminals, where they are stored and retransmitted to the same website on the next visit.

Cookies can be technical, analytics and for profiling.

 

Technical cookies aid navigation or provide a service requested by the user. They are not used for additional purposes and are usually installed directly by the Data Controller of the website. They can only be used subject to prior notice; however, it is not necessary to receive the prior consent of the person concerned (who may in any event object subsequently to the use of cookies in the ways described below) nor notify the Supervisory Authority in advance.

 

Analytics cookies are not “technical” cookies but can be similar to technical cookies only if used for the purposes of the optimisation of the website directly by the provider of the website, which can collect information in aggregate form on the number of users and how they visit the website. In many cases, websites use, merely for statistical purposes, analytics cookies created and made available by third parties (for example Google). In these cases, the Supervisory Authority deems that the aforementioned websites are not subject to the obligations and fulfilments laid down by the regulations (first notifying the Supervisory Authority) as long as they adopt suitable instruments for reducing the identification potential of the analytics cookies that they use (for example, by masking significant portions of the IP address). Under these conditions, the same rules apply to analytics cookies as technical cookies, in terms of notice and the absence of the requirement for the prior consent of the persons concerned.

 

Profiling cookies are used to track the user’s navigation on the internet and create profiles on their tastes, attitudes, choices etc. With these cookies, advertising messages can be transmitted to the user’s terminal in line with the preferences already displayed by the same user in their online navigation. In this case, the website provider must: adopt a banner of the kind proposed by the Supervisory Authority under the Provision 8.5.2014 and attachments; provide an advisory to the person concerned; request the prior consent of the person concerned; give notice of the processing to the Supervisory Authority.

 

Cookies used by the Data Controller

The Data Controller only uses technical and analytics cookies as specified and for the purposes indicated in point 1. As regards the latter, suitable instruments are used to reduce the identification potential of the analytics cookies that are used (by masking significant portions of the IP address).

 

Use of technical cookies

The Data Controller’s website uses the following technical cookies:

_gid – Google Analytics’ anonymised cookies – Navigation (1 day) – Cookies used to identify the session
_ga – Google Analytics’ anonymised cookies – Permanent (2 years) – Cookies used to count the number of visits to the website
_gat – Google Analytics’ anonymised cookies – Session (10 min) – Cookies used to speed up access requests
PHPSESSID – Session cookies

 

Use of third-party security and analytics cookies

The Data Controller’s website makes use of the Google Analytics service, which uses technical and analytics cookies required for its proper operation, that is, the following cookies indicated at the link: http://www.google.com/intl/en/analytics
It also makes use of the Wordfence security protection and firewall system to increase the security of the internet site, similar to technical cookies: https://www.wordfence.com/terms-of-use-and-privacy-policy/

 

Purposes

The aforementioned cookies are used to enable the efficient exploration of the website and to determine the navigation session. Furthermore, the Data generated by the cookies are used by the Data Controller as an instrument to aid the internal analysis and monitoring of the traffic generated by those concerned (access to pages visited, in particular) and for the purpose of making improvements, in terms of operation and navigation.

 

Liability for the use of third-party security and analytics cookies

The Data Controller is not liable for the processing of Data by third-party websites through their cookies and by Google by means of analytics cookies, limiting itself to acknowledging the assurances provided by the latter, which respects the measures regarding the data protection ‘Safe Harbor Principles’ and takes part in the ‘Safe Harbor’ programme of the US Trade Ministry, using the Data exclusively for the provision of the service, keeping them separate and not enriching them/cross-referencing them with other information. The Data generated by the cookies regarding the use of the Website by the person concerned (including the IP address) are transmitted and stored on Google’s servers. To consult the privacy advisory of the Google company, regarding the Google Analytics service, it is recommended to visit the website http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html. To learn about Google’s regulations on privacy, please visit the internet site http://www.google.com/intl/it/policies/privacy/. Without prejudice to the Data Controller’s obligations laid down by the national regulations, Google, as an independent Data Controller, is solely and exclusively liable (under civil and criminal law) for the processing of the Data by means of the aforementioned system.

 

Deactivation of cookies

The person concerned can deactivate the cookies and, to this end, must:

– as regards the cookies of Google Analytics, as indicated on Google’s website at the link https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881?hl=it, must make changes to configuration of their browser by downloading the additional component for the deactivation of the JavaScript of Google Analytics (ga.js. analytics.js, dc.js), which can be found at the following link https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it and carry out the deactivation according to the instructions given by Google.

– as regards the Data Controller’s technical cookies: directly from the browser’s settings or through the portal http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte

For more information on how to set up preferences on the use of cookies through the navigation browser, it is possible to consult the respective instructions:

Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en–us/windows–vista/block–or–allow–cookies

Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=it

Mozilla Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/en–US/kb/Enabling%20and%20disabling%20cookies
Safari: http://www.apple.com/legal/privacy/

 

Third-party websites to which it is possible to gain access through the website are not covered by this advisory. Dante Villa S.p.a. declines any liability in their regard. The categories of cookies used and the type of processing of personal data by these companies are regulated in compliance with the advisory produced by these companies.

Considering the state of evolution of the current regulations, it is made clear that this document, published at the address http://www.dantevilla.com/cookies/, constitutes the extended advisory on Cookies of this website and shall be subject to updating.

The website of Dante Villa S.p.A. operates in an optimal way if cookies are enabled.