Cookies are small text files sent by the user to the website visited. They are stored on the computer hard disk and this allows the website to recognize users and memorize certain information which allows the site to work or improves the service.
There are different types of cookies. Some are necessary to be able to access the Website. Others have different uses such as ensuring internal security, managing the system, carrying out statistical analysis, understanding which parts of the Website are of greatest interest to users or offering a personalized visit to the Website.
This Website uses technical cookies but not user profiling ones. The above refers to the user's computer and to any other device the user might use to connect to the Website.
Technical cookies are used only to communicate on an electronic communication network or as far as strictly necessary to provide a service which has been expressly requested by the user.
They are not used for other reasons and are normally installed by the owner or administrator of the Website.
They can be divided as follows. Navigation or session cookies ensure normal use of the Website (for example, buying something or accessing reserved areas). Analytics cookies are assimilated into technical cookies used by the site manager to collect information about the aggregate number of users using the Website and how they visit it. Functionality cookies allow the user to move around the site and select criteria (for example, choosing a language, selecting products) in order to provide a better service.
Blocking cookies might limit the user's ability to use the Website and benefit from all the functions and services present. In order to help decide which to accept and which to block, the following is a description of the cookies used by this Website.
Types of cookies used
First Party Cookies
First party cookies (ones belonging to the creating editor's website) are set by the website whose address appears in the URL window visited by the user. Using these cookies allows us to make the site work efficiently and to track visitor behavior.
Third Party Cookies
Third party cookies are set by a domain other than the one visited by the user. If a user visits a site and a different organization sends information using that site, third party cookies are present.
Persistent cookies are memorized on the user's device between browsing sessions to store the preferences and user actions on a website. They may be used for various reasons, for example, to store preferences and choices when using the Site.
These cookies are strictly necessary for the site to work properly. Without them some areas of the Website might not work. They include, for example, cookies that allow access to protected areas of the Website. They do not collect information for marketing purposes and cannot be disabled.
These cookies are used to recognize users returning to the Website. They allow the personalization of contents and the storage of preferences (for example, language or region selected). They do not collect information that could identify the user. All information collected is anonymous.
Social Networking Cookies
These cookies facilitate the sharing of content through social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. To see the relevant privacy and cookies policies the user can visit the social network websites. For Facebook and Twitter the user can go tohttps://www.facebook.com/help/cookies and https://twitter.com/privacy.
The following is a list and description of the main cookies we use together with their duration.
1) Type of Cookie First party - functionality
Source In Tavola
Aim To save the user's settings (save the user's browsing session and memorize some settings such as access settings)
Duration Persistent Cookie
2) Type of Cookie First Party - functionality
Source In Tavola
Aim To memorize the user's location and memorize language settings (anonymously)
3) Type of Cookie First party - Functionality
Source In Tavola
Functionality To personalize the webpage content according to the device used by the user, their choices and settings (anonymously).
4) Types of Cookie Technical - Functionality
Source Google Analytics
Functionality Plot the data aggregated at the end of the statistical behavior of navigation on the Website.
How to modify cookie settings
Most browsers enable cookies automatically, but the user can normally modify the settings to disable them. All types of cookies can be disallowed or you can agree to receive some and disable others. The "Options" or "Preferences" sections on the browser menu allow you to avoid accepting cookies and other user tracking technologies and to be notified by the browser when these technologies are activated. Alternatively, consult the "Help" section on the tool bar of most browsers.
Select the browser used from the following list and follow the instructions. -Internet Explorer; - Chrome; -Safari; -Firefox; -Opera. From mobile devices: -Android; - Safari; -Windows Phone; - Blackberry.
For more information on cookies and how to manage your cookie preferences (first or third party) users are invited to visit this platform www.youronlinechoices.com. We remind you however that disabling navigation cookies or functionality cookies might cause the site to malfunction and/or limit the services offered by In Tavola.