1. WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small text files that the Website visited by Users sends to their devices (“Device”), where they are stored to be transmitted the next time the same user visits it again.
2. TYPES OF COOKIES
Cookies are mainly divided into two macro-categories: technical cookies and profiling cookies.
In addition, cookies can be classified according to the subject operating in the capacity of Data Controller of the personal data collected by the cookie, distinguishing between cookies set by the visited website (so-called first-party cookie) and third-party cookies.
2.1 TECHNICAL COOKIES
Technical cookies are used on the Website for the sole purpose of optimising the browsing experience and providing Users the services requested.
Technical cookies are generally divided into browser cookies, functionality cookies and analytical cookies. In particular:
(a) browser cookies are essential in providing a good browsing experience to Users or to allow them to login to the Website. Browser cookies are normally session cookies and, therefore are automatically erased when you close your browser.
(b) functionality cookies are used to store some of the User's settings (e.g. language or country of origin) without having to set them every time they visit the Website. Functionality cookies are often persistent cookies, as they remain stored on the User's device even after closing the browser, until their foreseen expiry date or until the User decides to delete them.
(c) Analytics cookies are used on the Website to obtain statistical information, in an anonymous and aggregated form, on the number of users accessing the Website and their use and interaction with the same.
2.2 PROFILING COOKIES
I Profiling cookies are used to create User profiles and track their behaviour, and are used to offer services such as, for instance, the sending of advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the User during the browsing sessions. This Website does not use profiling cookies.
2.3 THIRD-PARTY COOKIES
Third-party cookies are cookies used by other websites and set on the User's device by websites other than this Website. Every page of the Website may feature elements (images, maps, audio, specific links etc.) that are set on the User's Device by a third-party via the Website. This Website uses third-party cookies
3. COOKIES USED BY THE PNEUSMARKET.IT WEBSITE
Below is a list of all the cookies used by the Website with the following information provided for each different type:
(a) cookie types;
(b) cookie name;
(c) specific cookie function (technical or profiling);
(d) cookie provenance (first or third-party);
(e) if the cookie is of first-party provenance, instructions on how to block it;
(f) if the cookie is of third-party provenance, indication of the link to reach the third-party website providing the Personal Data Information Notice on the processing of personal data collected via the cookie and instructions on how to disable it.
Strictly necessary first-party cookies
|CONCRETE5||fintyre.it||Maintains the User session open whilst the same browses the various pages||Session||HTTP|
|CookiesDirective||fintyre.it||Shows/hides the newsletter subscription popup||1 year||HTTP|
Third-party technical cookies
|google.com||Anonymously tracks the actions of Users for Google Analytics statistical purposes||2 years||HTTP|
Third-party marketing cookies
|facebook.com||Used for the Facebook social media plugin and the tracking pixel for Facebook campaign conversions||The p, presence and act cookies are eliminated when the session is closed; the s, c_user, fr and xs cookies remain enabled for 30 days; datr and lu cookies remain enabled for 2 years||HTTP|
To block the Facebook cookie: https://www.facebook.com/ads/settings
4. COOKIE MANAGEMENT
Every browser manages cookies differently and most of them accept them automatically. It is however possible to change the browser settings to disable this setting. Disabling technical cookies, however, could compromise the functionality of the Website and/or restrict the provision of services. To manage your own cookie preferences, follow the instructions provided by the browser you use to access our Website: