1.Detailed notice on Cookies
By this notice, pursuant to article 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679, containing provisions for the protection of natural persons in the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data, (hereinafter also simply the “GDPR”) and of Article 122 of Legislative Decree 196/2003, as amended by Legislative Decree No. 101/2018 (“Personal Data Privacy Code”), and also based on the provisions of the General Decision of the Italian Data Protection Authority (“Data Protection Authority”) of 8 May 2014, as amended by the Decision of 10, June 2021 of the Data Protection Authority (hereinafter jointly "Decisions"),, the manager of the website http://www.trevisoantitrustconference.com (hereinafter also simply the “Website”) Studio Legale Rucellai & Raffaelli (P.IVA. 07478470151), with registered office in Milan, Via Monte Napoleone, 18 email@example.com (hereinafter also simply “Data Controller” or the “Firm”), provide user (hereinafter also simply “User”) of the Website and the associated subdomains with information on the cookies utilised.
2. Cookies and other tracking tools: What are cookies and tracking tools?
Cookies are strings of text that the Website visited by the User or other sites or web servers (so-called "third parties") place and store - directly and indirectly - in the User's terminal device (usually the browser), where they are automatically stored and then automatically transmitted to the same site the next time the User visits.
The information encoded in cookies may include personal data, such as an IP address, user name, unique identifier or email address, but may also contain non-personal data, such as language settings or information about the type of device a person is using to browse the Website.
There are different types of cookies and they differ according to the purposes for which they are used. For example, some are used to make the use of the Website simpler and more effective, while others are used to perform computer authentication, monitor sessions, store information on specific configurations of users accessing the server.
The same result can also be achieved through the use of other tools, which can be distinguished between "active identifiers" used by the Website (i.e. tracking pixels and web beacons) and "passive identifiers".
3. Types of cookies used and purposes
Both cookies and other identifiers can be categorised according to different criteria, the main one being, however, the purpose for which they are used: 'technical' or 'non-technical' (e.g. profiling).
(A) Cookie Tecnici
Technical cookies are used solely to “transmit a communication over an electronic communications network, or insofar as they are strictly necessary for the provider of an information society service specific requested by the subscriber or user to provide such service”. This type of cookie enables certain sections of the Websites to properly function. Technical cookies will therefore always be utilised and transmitted in relation to the technical services offered, unless the user modifies his or her browser settings. They are not used for additional purposes.
In particular, this Website uses the following technical cookies:
- Navigation cookies: these permit normal navigation and use of the Website, they are stored on the User's computer for mere technical and functional requirements and in order and optimise the User's browsing experience.
- Functional cookies, also of third parties: these enable the User to navigate the web based on a series of preselected criteria (e.g. language, products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service rendered.
(B) Analytical cookies
The analytical cookies are used to collect, in aggregate and anonymous form, statistical information on the number of users and on the different ways that users browse, in order to enhance the use of the website and to make the content more interesting and relevant to users. Analytics cookies are sent from the website itself or from third party domains and are assimilated to technical cookies only if: i) they are used only to produce aggregate statistics and in relation to a single site or a single mobile application; ii) for third party cookies at least the fourth component of the IP address is masked; iii) the third party refrains from combining the analytics cookies thus minimised with other processing or from transmitting them to other third parties.
(C) Profiling Cookies
Profiling cookies, including third-party cookies, are those used to link specific actions or behavioural patterns recurring in the use of the functions offered (patterns) to specific identified or identifiable subjects, in order to group the various profiles within homogeneous clusters of different sizes, so that it is possible for the owner, among other things, to modulate the provision of the service in an increasingly personalised manner beyond what is strictly necessary for the provision of the service, as well as to send targeted advertising messages, i.e. in line with the preferences expressed by the user while surfing the web.
(D) Third-party cookies
When browsing a website, the user can also receive cookies to his/her computer terminal from different websites or web servers (so-called "third parties"), where certain features may reside (e.g. images, maps, sounds, specific links to pages of other domains) that are present on the site the user is visiting.
Social Networking Cookies are an example of third-party cookies installed in order to enable the user's social media account to interact with the website. They enable the user, for example, to like content and to share it with his /her own social network. Social Networking Cookies are not necessary in order to browse.
4. Consent to the processing and management of cookies
Technical cookies do not require the prior consent of the User. The length of time a technical cookie remains on your computer or mobile device depends on whether it is a "persistent" cookie or a "session" cookie. Session cookies last until you stop browsing, while persistent cookies last until they expire or are removed.
Analytical cookies (unless they fall into the category of technical cookies as explained above) and profiling cookies require the User's consent. In the absence of the User's express consent, the aforementioned analytical and profiling cookies will not be activated.
5. Details of the cookies and other tracking tools used by the Website
The Website uses only technical cookies that do not require the User's consent to be collected or the preparation of a short notice (so-called banner).
Indicated below in detail are individual cookies and other tracking tools, including those of third parties, installed on the Website which, due to their structure, fall under technical cookies, as well as the retention periods and links through which the User can receive further information and request deactivation of the cookies.
|_gid||Registers a unique ID for a website visitor and keeps track of how the visitor uses the website. The data is used for statistics.||trevisoantitrustconference.com||un giorno||Google inc|
|_gat_*****||Set by Google Analytics to control the request rate.||trevisoantitrustconference.com||un minuto||Google inc|
|_ga||Registers a unique ID for a website visitor and keeps track of how the visitor uses the website. The data is used for statistics.||trevisoantitrustconference.com||2 anni||Google inc|
6. How to disable cookies by configuring the browser
The User can also customise his or her choices in relation to the same through the browser settings, as well as set the preferences of the browser itself so as to be notified each time a cookie is stored in the memory of his or her computer. At the end of each browsing session, it is therefore possible to delete the cookies collected from the hard disk.
Each browser has different procedures for managing the relevant settings. Specific instructions can be found by the User clicking on the links below:
- Managing cookies in Chrome
- Managing cookies in Firefox
- Managing cookies in Safari
- Managing cookies in Microsoft Edge
- Managing cookies in Internet Explorer
The deactivation of third-party cookies is also possible using the procedures provided directly by the third-party responsible for this processing, as indicated in the links in the column "How to disable them" of the table above under section 5.
This page is visible using the link at the foot of all of the Website's pages in conformity with Article 122 of Legislative Decree 196/2003, as amended and supplemented by Legislative Decree 101/2018 and in conformity with the Decisions of the Data Protection Authority.