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Cookie Policy

The Yarix S.r.l. website, responsible for the processing of your personal data pursuant to Article 28 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/03, has referred you to this page for our Cookies Policy. Based on its responsibilities as owner of your personal data, the owner provides the following information in addition to the website Privacy Policy.

The following describes the various types of cookies and technologies used on the Yarix website, in accordance with the provisions of the Order of the Data Protection Authority released in May 2014, entitled Individuazione delle modalità semplificate per l'informativa e l'acquisizione del consenso per l'uso dei cookie (Identification of simplified procedures for the disclosure and acquisition of consent for the use of cookies), May 8, 2014 (Published in the Official Gazette no. 126, June 3, 2014) which outlines how cookies should be configured as well as the conditions of use. The full text is available for viewing at the following web address: http://www.garanteprivacy.it/web/guest/home/docweb/-/docweb-display/docweb / 3118884.

What cookies are

Cookies are small text files that sites you visit send to your navigation device (usually a browser). They are stored in the corresponding browser’s folder while the user is visiting a website and are then transmitted back to the same sites on subsequent visits.

They are used to improve navigation, to save user preferences and entered information (username, password, and similar), as well as to track user tastes and habits, allowing the site to manage targeted marketing initiatives or provide services related to other activities including newsletters, on site service communications, and so forth.

If limitations are placed on their usage this may impact the usability of website contents during consultation. Users may at any time block the use of cookies and/or remove them from the browser cache, but such actions may result in impaired usage of the services offered by the web application.

Types of cookies

Session cookies are temporary files that exist only during a browsing session. When the browser is closed, session cookies expire. They are generally used to identify users when they log on to a website, to remember the user and preferences during transition between the pages of the site, and/or to provide specific information which has been collected previously. The most common example is the shopping cart feature of an e-commerce website. When visiting a catalogue page and selecting items, the session cookie remembers those selections so they remain selected in a virtual shopping cart which the user sees at checkout. Without session cookies, at checkout the new page would not be able to present the items seen and selected in the previous pages and the cart would always be empty.

Persistent Cookies are files that remain active even after the browser is closed and help the sites to remember data and user settings for future reference. This allows faster access and saves time since the user is not required to log in again. In addition to authentication, other website features are available, including: language selection, theme selection, menu preferences, bookmarks or favourites, as well as many others. Preferences made during a visit will be remembered via persistent cookies for the next visit.

Third party Cookies

There are various types of cookies and some of them are known as third party. As an example, they are used by the first site visited by the user which may contain advertisements from another server or website owned by the third party.

The browser collects information from a range of sources so that all elements are displayed on the same page visited by the user, thus creating more cookies in the corresponding browser folder.

All these cookies can be directly removed from the browser or by using specifically designed programs, some of which are available free of charge. It’s also possible to block the creation of cookies in advance, but in this case some website services may not work as expected or may not be accessible.

Google Analytics is a service offered by Google Inc. that generates detailed statistics on website traffic and traffic sources. It is the most popular statistics service.

Google Analytics can track visitors from all the links external to the site, including search engines and social networks, direct visits and reference sites. It also displays advertising, pay per click, email marketing as well as links within PDF documents.

Click here for Google Analytics policies: http://www.google.it/analytics/learn/privacy.html.

Google AdSense is a program run by Google Inc. that allows the network of Google advertisers to post advertisements on its website, charging based on the number of advertisement exposures or clicks on them.

Click here for Google AdSense policies: https://www.google.com/adsense/localized-terms.

AddThis is a useful service for sharing articles and text on websites and on various social platforms in the network. AddThis.com provides buttons which are included in a web page and facilitate web content distribution and subscription on social sites such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.. The service provides two types of button, the first for subscription to RSS feeds and the second to post web page contents to the various social network bookmark services.

Click here for AddThis policies: http://www.addthis.com/privacy/privacy-policy#publisher-visitors.

Privacy and security for Cookies

Cookies are not viruses, they are text files that are neither interpreted by the browser nor running in memory. Consequently, they can not replicate, spread to other networks to be replicated again. Since they can not perform these functions, they do not fall under the standard definition of viruses.

However, cookies can be used for malicious purposes. Since information on preferences, user history and specific navigation across multiple sites are stored through them, cookies can be used as a form of spyware.

For this reason, many anti-spyware products report cookies as possible threats.

Cookies on the Yarix website

In accordance with our Responsible Use policy and Code of Ethics on all matters regarding Privacy, Yarix provides clear descriptions of how cookies are distributed from the company website.

Most browsers have a privacy setting which provides different levels of acceptance, expiration and deletion of cookies. In line with many website standard practices, the Yarix website may install cookies on the user’s computer. By using the site, users agree to the use of the technologies employed by the site, but maintain the faculty to decide how they are used, also via the customisation panel on this page.

Yarix uses cookies in emails sent to newsletter subscribers. These are used to monitor whether users click on the contents in the email, and are unique to each email sent. These cookies are not stored on the user’s device.

Types of Cookies and deciding how they are used

Technical cookies

Some cookies are essential for the correct operation of our website. Without them users would not be able to browse the site and access some of its functionality. Cookies of this type are regarded as technical, may be permanent or session specific, and record the information provided by the user from page to page. As these cookies are essential to the smooth running of the website, if they are disabled some content may be unavailable and in some cases access to the site may be denied or severely restricted. These cookies do not collect information which identify the user, unless the user fails to register on the site and continues browsing after logging into a restricted area.

       

Profiling Cookies and navigation detection (statistics and website optimisation): we use third-party profiling cookies to analyse the way visitors use our sites and to monitor their access. This allows us to offer a high quality experience, customising our offer on the basis of pages visited by users. For example, we may use these kinds of cookies to track pages that are more popular, to identify the most effective connection method for the pages and to determine the cause of any error messages.

These cookies do not collect information which identify the user. All data collected is aggregated and made anonymous and used purely to improve use of the website.

       

Yarix respects your right to privacy and your choices. When you move away from this page, your settings will be saved but you can change your choices at any time by accessing this page through the appropriate link on each page of your site.

 



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Technical Cookie

We use this information to simplify access, navigation and display the most interesting products and services.

Profiling/Statistics

It allows the measurement of the website traffic and its functionalities. In this way you can test the structure of the pages and constantly improve the using experience of their websites.

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