Definition of Cookie
Cookies are small text strings sent by the user visited sites to his terminal (usually the browser), where they’re stored before being re-transmitted to the site at the next user’s visit. There are two macro-categories of cookies the “technical” ones and the “profiling” ones.
• Technical cookies
Technical cookies can be devided into navigation or session cookies, which guarantee the normal navigation and use of the website (allowing, for example, to authenticate the restricted areas access); analysis cookies, used to collect statistical information, in aggregate form, on the nnumber of users and how they visit the site; functionality cookies, which allow the user to navigate according to a series of selected criterias (like language chosen) in order to improve the service provided the the user.
• Profiling cookies
Profiling cookies record information and user choices. They’re used in order to send advertising messages according to user’s preferences expressed during web surfing.
This website uses technical cookies and possible links to third-party cookies.
The use of technical cookies does not require user’s prior consent according to art. 122 paragraph 1 of Legislative Decree 196/2003. These cookies can enable some functions, without which it wouldn’t be poossible to fully use all the website functionalities, they’re trnsferred and stored on user’s device only during browsing session.
These cookies can be deactivated and/or deleted through browser settings.
On this website the user may also receive “third-party” cookies, which are directly set by website managers or web servers other than this one, and whose management is referred to below. If the user decides not to grant authorization for the use of “third-party” cookies, only site’s fuctions that don’t require these cookies may be used.
Cookies management in browser
Each browser has different procedures regarding cookies and website data management. More info are available in this guide > Disable Cookies and in the specific links below: > Disable Cookies e nei link specifici riportati di seguito:
Info on “third-party” cookies management
Social “plugins”, whose most common use is aimed at website contents sharing on social networks or users authentication trough their social account, involve the transmission of “third-party” cookies (for example: Google+, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and others). Users can view the related social media management info from the folowing links:
On this site you can also find to accsess or interact with “third party” services for resources outhside this site and in some cases, the quick sharing content ability or the comment option in some site’s areas. Even in these cases the “third party” services, can transmit and manage their own cookies for services operations and browsing info sharing.
Please note that “third party” cookies deactivation in your browser does not compromise the use of the site, except in the sections where “third-party services” are used.
The owner/manager of this website hasn’t direct contact with “third parties” and hasn’t control over the procedures regarding services privacy provided by “thirdparties”. The user can consult the info related to cookis management, to “third parties” service providers, from the links indicated in the list of indetified cookies. For “third-party” cookies that couldn’t be identified, please refer to the following link: Your Online Choices.
For further info regarding cookies or their management and disposal, a detailed guide is available on the website: About Cookies.
The following list shows the cookies detected on this website:
“First part” technical cookie “_wp_session”
Dominio: http://www.koalacopriwater.it/ Duration: one session. Usage details: the “_wp_session” cookie is used to facilitate navigation within the site. It’s removed by closing the browser. They do not store any kind of personally identification information.
“First part” technical cookie “PHPSESSID”
Dominio: http://www.koalacopriwater.it/ Duration: one session. Usage details: the “PHPSESSID” cookie is used to identify the user’s current browsing session on the site. It is activated at login and is removed at site exit. They do not store any kind of personally identification information.
“First part” technical cookie “cookie_notice_accepted”
“First part” technical cookie “wordpress_test_cookie”