COOKIE POLICY

OF THE WEBSITE WWW.SELCOM-SRL.COM

Most recent update September 2018

The Privacy Policy of the Website indicated in the introduction is an integral part of the following Cookie Policy, including the rights you can exercise by contacting the addresses already provided.

This Cookie Policy is subject to change after the introduction of new standards or changes to this Website, so please come back regularly to this section for updates.

For any clarifications, information, exercise of the rights listed in this Cookie Policy, please send an email to info@selcom-srl.com

or send aregistered letter with acknowledgement of receipt to the following address: Selcom S.R.L. a Socio Unico Via della Torre, 17 – 31010 Fregona (TV)

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Table of contents

  1. General information about cookies.
  2. Enabling and disabling cookies.
  3. Cookies used on our Website. Handling third-party cookies.

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  1. General information about cookies.

Pursuant to EU Regulation 679/2016, and based on what has been established by the Italian Personal Data Protection Authority with the resolution of 8th May 2014 for finding simplified ways for providing notice and obtaining consent for using cookies (published in the Gazzetta Ufficiale No. 126 of 3rd June 2014) and in compliance with all subsequent clarifications, the Data Controller hereby provides its Cookie Policy.

The purpose of this Cookie Policy is to provide you with information related to Art. 13 of EU Regulation 679/2016, and to describe in a specific and analytical manner the characteristics and purposes of the cookies installed on our Website, and give you the chance to enable and disable individual cookies.

Processing of data by using cookies takes place with automated instruments and the data retention time depends on the nature of the cookie used.

What cookies are.

Cookies are short strings of texts the sites you visit send to your terminal, normally your browser (Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.), where they are stored to be sent back any time you go to the same site again.

Why they are useful.

By using cookies, the Website visited recognises your device and determines an improvement in browsing experience. Among the different purposes of cookies there is enabling you to browse the pages of any website more efficiently, remembering your favourite sites, remembering which language, etc.; in addition, cookies help to ensure that advertising content displayed online is targeted to your interests.

Classification of cookies.

Cookies are classified into various types: in relation to their duration, they may be session cookies, i.e. automatically deleted when the browser is closed, or persistent, i.e. active until their expiry date or until you delete them. In relation to its origin, a cookie can be a first-party cookie, i.e. sent to your browser directly from the site you are visiting, or a third-party cookie, i.e. sent to your browser from other sites and not from the site you are visiting.

In relation to their purposes, cookies can either be technical or profiling cookies. For clarity and importance, this classification deserves a more in-depth analysis.

Technical cookies allow you to have a better browsing experience.In fact, without technical cookies, some operations would be very complex or impossible to carry out. Thesecookies – which might be first-party or third-party cookies, session or permanent – do not need your prior consent to be installed.

Some technical cookies are strictly necessary, as they allow you to browse the website efficiently and to use essential characteristics, such as enabling IT authentication or remembering previous actions. By blocking the use of these cookies your browsing experience could be compromised.

Other technical cookies are “functional”, as they enable a better browsing experience by remembering your preferences, such as language, name, place. By blocking these cookies your browsing experience will not be compromised, but you will not be able to use those useful services.

Other technical cookies are “analytical cookies”, as these allow for gathering information on the way you interact with the site by analysing the number of pages viewed, the time spent at the site, the pages viewed most often and any other details noticed when you are browsing, such as mistakes originating from the page viewed. These cookies allow the Website owner to obtain statistics related to browsing and allow for improving the services offered to you. Analytical cookies are of a technical nature – not a profiling one – only when the site owner has utilised instruments to limit the identification power of the analytical cookies used, by hiding large portions of the IP address.

For installation of technical cookies, it is not necessary to obtain your prior consent, and so if the website utilises technical cookies only, the data controller is not required to obtain your consent through the cookie banner. On the other hand, providing the whole text of the Cookie Policy (the one you are reading right now) is mandatory.

Profiling cookies are only activated after you have given your consent.You give your consent when you click on “OK”, or “continue”, etc., on the banner appearing on the homepage or another page of the same site. Profiling cookies are used to improve the services offered and for selecting and sending advertisements based on your preferences and tastes you reveal during browsing. Using profiling cookies to send targeted advertisements does not imply display of more advertisements and your browsing experience will not be hindered. In fact, by disabling profiling cookies, you will only see general advertisements rather than advertisements in line with your interests. Statistical and analytical third-party cookies are profiling cookies that do not hide the IP address or overlap data. Finally, cookies for advertising, tracking cookies and conversion cookies are profiling cookies.

  1. Enabling and disabling cookies.

Although your prior consent is required for installation of profiling cookies, the majority of browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. By changing the settings of your browser, cookies may be limited or disabled. For managing cookies, please see the reference manual or the instructions provided by your browser. You can follow these paths for the most commonly-used browsers:

Explorer:

https://support.microsoft.com/it-it/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies

Safari:

https://support.apple.com/kb/PH21411?locale=it_IT

Chrome:

https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=it

Firefox:

https://support.mozilla.org/it/kb/Eliminare%20i%20cookie

If you use more than one browser, the procedure for deleting cookies must be followed for each one. If you use different devices such as a smartphone and a tablet, to delete cookies you have to read the user’s manuals for your devices. You should know that if you decide to disable acceptance of cookies, you could compromise the way the site works or prevent it from working properly, as some cookies are strictly necessary for browsing.

  1. Cookies used on our Website. Handling third-party cookies.

3.1

First-party technical and profiling cookies.

This Website uses first-party cookies installed for technical purposes that are strictly necessary, as well as functionality cookies for improving your browsing experience, for example by:

  •             speeding up performance;
  •             remembering previous actions;
  •             providing the service in different languages.

For disabling these cookies, please see point 2 of this Cookie Policy.

This Website does not use first-party profiling cookies.

3.2.

Third-party technical and profiling cookies.

This Website uses third-party instruments that also release profiling cookies.

These cookies are not controlled directly by the Data Controller (our company), consequently for disabling them and for more information, you should follow the procedures described below:

1) by clicking onhttp://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/you can obtain more information about third-party cookies and on the concept of behavioural advertisements, on promotional and targeting cookies which may or may not be saved on your terminal. You may go ahead and disable all or just some of these cookies by clicking on the following link:http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte

or

2) below is a list of third-party cookies, or systems with similar characteristics, utilised on our Website. For handling and disabling these cookies and other    systems, it is necessary to access Cookie Policies and consent forms of these third parties, by clicking on the links indicated below.

Interactive map of Google Inc.

Our Website envisages use of an interactive map supplied by Google Inc., which may determine the installation of profiling cookies for surveying information and preferences related to the service. The Data Controller uses this embedding system only for supplying you an additional service and will not use the information gathered for other purposes. However, through this system the site owner provides information about you to the third party that supplied the interactive map. The third party could combine the information gathered with other information supplied directly by you that was available before or collected when you used the services offered by the third party.

For more information on this service or for disabling certain cookies, you can read Google’s privacy policy at the following address:

http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/

Disabling these profiling cookies does not compromise your browsing experience, but you will not be able to benefit from the service of Google Maps made available by the site owner.

Google Analytics

Our Website utilises Google Analytics for installation of analytical cookies used for technical purposes on your terminal. The site owner has utilised instruments to limit the identification power of the analytical cookies used, by hiding large portions of the IP address. Data generated by Google Analytics are kept for the time specified in the Cookie Policy found at the following address:

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2838718

On the other hand, the privacy policy of Google Inc. can be found at the following address:

http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/

You can disable Google Analytics by installing an opt-out component supplied at the following address:

https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

List of analytical cookies used for technical purposes installed on this Website:

            _ga(expiry date of this cookie: two years)

            _gid (expiry date of this cookie: 1 day)

Disabling these cookies does not compromise your browsing experience. However, it is good to point out that the Data Controller uses statistical data collected in anonymous form through these technical cookies for improving the services offered to you.

 

Facebook Pixel (do you use those???)

Facebook Pixel is an instrument used for collecting statistical data, whose main purpose is to monitor the way you interact with the site, such as how often you view a certain page and the number of times you come to the site. It is an instrument that enables the Data Controller to measure the effectiveness of his advertising efforts, as Pixel allows for understanding the actions of users who come to the site. For instance, when you visit our site to do anything, Pixel records your behaviour and the Data Controller may “reach” you by advertising on Facebook.

Your data recorded by Pixel and then sent to Facebook are reference URLs, browser information and your Facebook user ID. Personalised data may also be sent, but no private information referring to any individual.

Substantially, through Pixel the Data Controller is confident that he is showing his ads to the right people, he can form groups of audience to send advertisements to, and he can use Facebook’s advertising instruments. Through Facebook Pixel you will receive advertising messages to suit your tastes and interest.

If you have a Facebook account and you want to prevent your data from being saved, before you come to this Website again, you should log into your Facebook account and disconnect it. If you have already come to our site without following the above disconnection procedure, below are the links to the Cookie Policies of third parties for management of your data:

https://www.facebook.com/about/basics/it

and

https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/

Facebook Pixels belong to the category of profiling systems, as they allow for saving your tastes and interests, so you can receive targeted advertisements.

Disabling these systems does not compromise browsing experience, but you won’t be able to receive advertisements in line with your interest or tastes any longer.

Social Network Icon

Some social network icons (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Google+) can be found on our Website. These social network icons are used to indicate that our company has a presence on a certain platform. These icons do not issue profiling cookies. If you want to know how these social networks handle your data, please read the next point.

Social Network Sharing Button

On the pages of our Website you can find the buttons and widgets of social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest to ease interaction with social network platforms and content sharing directly from the pages of our Website.

Using those systems involves issue of third-party profiling cookies.

The Data Controller uses social network sharing buttons only for supplying you an additional service and will not use the information gathered for other purposes. However, through sharing buttons the site owner provides information about you to the third party that supplied the service. The third party could combine the information gathered with other information supplied directly by you that was available before or collected when you used the services offered by the third party.

That said, if you want to prevent your data from being saved, you must first of all log into your social network account, go to the privacy section and disconnect it. You have to do this before coming to our site.

The Internet addresses of Privacy Policies for handling cookies are given below.

As regards Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/about/basics/it

and

https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/

Click on the following address for managing and disabling Facebook cookies:

https://www.facebook.com/notes/the-sims-social-regali-gratis/come-svuotare-la-cache-ed-eliminare-i-cookie/323992957657211/

As regards Google:

http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/

As regards Twitter:

https://twitter.com/it/privacy

Email Marketing

For conducting email marketing, our company may rely on other companies. The instruments used by these companies, at times in a completely automated manner, could install cookies in your PCs and allow for permitting segmentation into demographic data, tags and the like. When the Data Controller uses these third-party instruments for sending targeted messages, cookies used behave like profiling cookies. On the other hand, even though the email marketing service is automated, and sends general messages to all subscribers of the service, it has no profiling characteristics.

Disabling profiling cookies does not affect browsing experience, nor the service offered to you, but you will not be able to receive any more information suited to your tastes or interest or with other personal characteristics, including those determined by geographic location.

For more information about the companies we rely on, the data they process and the way they are handled, please write to the addresses indicated above.

Final information

For more information about disabling third-party cookies sent to your browser when browsing our Website, please see http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/

As time goes by, third parties could change their addresses tied to their policies. In the event the above-mentioned links do not connect to the policies of the third-parties reported earlier, please contact the Data Controller at the addresses indicated in the introduction.