Below we inform you about the operation for “free services” (statistical data).
If the navigator wishes to deny his consent to the use of analytics cookies, he must perform the OPT-OUT procedure described later on this page or set his browser appropriately or, finally, disable all cookies or individuals. cookies you want to avoid.
Cookies are small files sent by the visited sites to the browser used by the user during navigation, which automatically stores them and then sends them back to the server each time the same user returns to the same website.
In general, cookies can be of various types:
Technical or Profiling, depending on the function for which they are used
First-party or third-party, depending on who installs them
Session or persistent, depending on the duration
Technical cookies can be grouped into 3 types:
1. Navigation or session cookies, which guarantee the normal navigation and use of the website.
2. Analytics cookies, similar to technical cookies when used directly by the site manager or anonymised by third parties such as in the case of access statistics.
Analytics cookies are used to obtain anonymous and aggregate statistics, useful for optimizing the sites and services offered. In any case, this is information that does not allow users to be personally identified.
3. Functional cookies, which allow the user to navigate according to a series of selected criteria.
“ShinyStat ™ Free” (statistical detector) and “free services” only uses analytics cookies.
Anonymized analytics cookies installed on sites that use “free services” and “ShinyStat ™ Free” statistical detector
The platform used does not store any personal data, but anonymizes all browsing sessions and analytics cookies, making it impossible to identify the navigator as the data is aggregated and anonymized in real time (within a few milliseconds) in the various reports made available. The aggregate data and other personal information (for example the complete IP address) are in no way stored by the systems.
By using the interactive button to block cookies, the user will still receive a technical cookie to memorize their preference. By deleting all cookies from the browser, this technical cookie could also be removed and, therefore, the user may have to express again their choice to block these cookies using the interactive button for the Opt-Out reachable through the link indicated in this statement. .
How to disable cookies via browser
To disable, remove or block cookies via the browser, it is possible to use the browser settings, according to the instructions below:
Press the “Alt” button on the keyboard;
In the toolbar located at the top, select “Tools”, then “Options”;
Select the “Privacy” tab;
From the drop-down menu next to “History Settings”, select “Use custom settings”;
Deselect the “Accept cookies from sites” option and click “Ok” to save your preferences.
Open Internet Explorer;
Click on the “Tools” icon, then on “Internet Options”;
Select the “Privacy” item and move the slider to the preferred privacy level (moving it up will block all cookies, all will be accepted at the bottom);
Click on “Ok” to confirm the chosen settings.
Open Google Chrome;
Click on the “Tools” icon;
Select “Settings”, then click on “Show Advanced Settings”;
Select “Content settings” under “Privacy”;
In the “Cookies” tab you can deselect cookies and save your preferences.
Choose “Preferences” in the toolbar, then select the “Security” panel;
In the section “Accept a cookie ” specify if and when you want Safari to save cookies from websites. For more information click on the question mark;
For more information on the cookies stored on your computer, click on “Show cookies”.
Last updated on 05/24/2018 with the insertion of an appropriate additional module for adaptation to the new European Regulation on Personal Data Protection (2016/679), fully effective from May 25, 2018.