Cookies are small text files generated by the websites that the user visits, which retain the session data that could be used again at each subsequent visit to the site. This information allows the site to keep user information on the pages and to study user interaction with the website.
Cookies are safe – they can only store the information entered by the browser with regard to access to the browser or information that is found on the web page requested. They do not hold executable code and cannot be used to access the user’s computer. If a website encrypts information in a cookie, only the website can read that information.
Here is a brief description of the main types of cookie:
Session Cookies contain information that is used in your current browser session. These cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Nothing is stored on your computer after you have finished using the website (ASP.NET_SessionId and language).
Persistent Cookies (like ASPXANONYMOUS) contain information that is retained for use whenever you visit the website, or they are used for technical purposes and to improve your site browsing experience. This enables websites to remember you on subsequent visits and to adapt accordingly. Persistent cookies remain for as long as the website has programmed them to last (from a few minutes to a number of years).
First-party cookies belong to the site that created them.
Third-party cookies are created by domains other than the site and their data is stored with the third party.
They are not used for any other purpose and are usually installed directly by the website owner or operator. These include, for example Functionality Cookies, which remember certain selected criteria such as languages, products in shopping carts etc., in order to improve the service provided.Analytics Cookies are similar to technical cookies wherever they are used directly by the website operator to collect aggregated information about the number of users and about how they use the site.
The purpose of Profiling Cookies is to create profiles concerning the user and they are used to deliver advertising relevant to the user by remembering the user’s browsing preferences. Given the particularly invasive nature of these devices into the private lives of users, European and Italian legislation requires users to be properly informed about the use of these cookies and to express their valid consent to using them.
This website may only send the user technical cookies for the purposes described as follows:
|Name of cookie||Short description||First or third party (scope of communication)||Expiry||Method of processing||Purpose of technical cookie|
|_utma||Used to distinguish users and sessions. This tracks the user’s visits (number, first visit, last visit)||Google Analytics||Persistent (no expiry)||Anonymous||Statistical analysis and reporting: to distinguish users and sessions|
|_utmb||Used with _utmc to determine the duration of a user’s visit to the website||Google Analytics||Browser session||Anonymous||Statistical analysis and reporting: duration of the session|
|_utmc||Used with _utmb to determine the duration of a user’s visit to the website||Google Analytics||Browser session||Anonymous||Statistical analysis and reporting: duration of the session|
|_utmz||Stores the traffic source and explains how the user reached the site||Google Analytics||Browser session||Anonymous||Statistical analysis and reporting: where the user comes from|
|_ga||This is part of Google Analytics and is used to distinguish users||Google Analytics||Browser session||Anonymous||Statistical analysis and reporting: distinguish users|
|wordpress_test_cookie||Generated to make sure it is possible to record cookies during the session||lagarespa.it||Browser session||Anonymous||Technical: making sure it is possible to record cookies during the browser|
|qtrans_front_language||Created to check and set the language for the current session||lagarespa.it||Browser session||Anonymous||Technical: Check and set the language used|
In order to refuse consent to the use of one or more technical cookies, users can disable cookies in the major browsers as follows:
You are entitled to enforce your rights as set down in sections 7, 8, 9 and 10 of Italian legislative decree no. 196, 30 June 2003 by contacting the data controller or the data processors by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You are entitled, at any time, to obtain confirmation of the existence or absence of your data and to be informed of its contents and origin to check the accuracy of the data and demand its integration, updating, or correction (Sect. 7 of the Italian Privacy Code).
Pursuant to the same section you are entitled to request the removal, transformation into anonymous form, or blocking of any data processed in violation of the law, and anyway to oppose the processing of your data for any legitimate reason.
If you wish to contact the data controller please provide your email address, name, postal address and/or telephone number(s), in order to allow your request to be managed appropriately.
Last update: 02/02/2015
The data controller is : LaGare SPA with headquarters in in Largo Augusto 1 Milano P.IVA 01494640137