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Cookie policy

The current policy (“cookie policy”) is based on Italian legislative Decree 196/2003, section 13 (“Privacy Law”). This policy describes how we use cookies on our website and best practices on privacy data management, based on the current above law reference.

1. Cookie

What are cookies? Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information which are downloaded through your browser while you surf a website with any device (computer, tablet, smartphone). Each cookie stores different data (i.e. source server name, unique identifier, …); it can last just for the session time (until you shut down the browser) or for longer time and it could include a unique identifier code.

What’s the cookies purpose? Cookies are useful for different purpose based on their category: some cookies are strictly needed for the proper website functioning (tech cookies), while other are used to improve performance or to offer a better user experience; furthermore cookies are also used for stats purpose (analytics cookies) or to show target advertising (profiling cookies).

Cookie acceptance: the optional user cookie approval is stored by Grip di Alessandro Di Lullo using a tech cookie for 12 months. User is alerted about cookies use thanks to a quick notice (banner show at the first visit on the website on each page until you don’t choose to accept or refuse, as described in the following paragraph 4 “how to control cookies”) and to the current extended notice; in the following paragraph 3, user can also find links to third-party privacy policy and moreover to direct third-party opt out link, when available.

How to disable cookies: It’s possible to disable cookies through your browser preferences (see paragraph 4 “How to control cookies”) and using available third-party tools (see paragraph 3 “Cookies in this site”).

2. Cookies categories used in this site

Tech cookies: they are used for the proper functioning of the site

Analytics cookies (third-party): they are used to collect anonymous and aggregate statistical information using a third-party service.

3. Cookies in this site

First-party cookies: we only use one tech cookie with this purpose:

a)  store user cookie preference (duration: 12 months);

Third-party cookies: website uses third-party cookies. For further information and to view how to disable, please refer to the following links:

4. How to control cookies?

Browser settings: Common browsers (i.e. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari) are mainly configured to accept cookies, but you can change this preference anytime. This is usually valid for all common devices (computer, tablet, smartphone).
Changing browser settings you can easily manage cookies acceptance; for instance you could only disable third-party cookies or all cookies. Please, keep in mind that these changes will only affect the current browsers on the current device. User can find specific instructions on the help section of each specific browser. Note that if you disable tech cookies, it could affect the proper functioning of the Grip di Alessandro Di Lullo website.
Moreover modern browser usually offer these features:

Third-Party cookies: third-party cookies can be deleted or disabled both using the above information or following links in the previous paragraph.

Online tools: you can also have a look to the website. You can understand more about cookies and check installed cookies on your device and, where possible, disable these cookies, too.

5. Rights of interested parties
You can exercise your rights in accordance with Sections 7 (as summarized below), 8, 9 and 10 of Italian Legislative Decree 30th June 2003 n° 196, making reference to the Data Controller. The “controller” of the data processing is Grip di Alessandro Di Lullo , based in via San Rocco 37/39
25080 Soiano del Lago (BS). Requests should be submitted to:

Section 7 – Right to access personal data and other rights
With regard to the processing of personal data, a data subject shall have the right to: