Cookie Policy



1. Premise

This Cookie Policy, drafted pursuant to the General Regulation 2016/679 of the European Union for the protection of personal data and the sector-relevant national and European regulations, is intended to show types and methods of use, and to provide guidance on actions to reject or delete cookies on the website, if desired. For any matter not explicitly discussed herein, please refer to the contents of the Privacy Policy.

2. Cookies and their use

Cookies are information packets sent by a web server (e.g., a website) to the user’s browser (e.g., Explorer, Chrome, Mozilla and Safari), automatically stored on the user’s terminal (e.g., computer, cell phone), and sent back to the server at each subsequent access to the site. In general, cookies can be used for a variety of reasons including, by way of example, monitoring the use of the website by visitors, improving the browsing of pages, allowing setting personal preferences on the sites you are visiting, protecting the user’s safety or sending ads on the basis of the visitors’ interests.

By default, almost all web browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. Typically, cookies can be installed:

• directly from the manager and/or controller of the website the user is visiting (so-called first-party cookies);
• by managers and/or controllers of websites other than those visited by the user (so-called third-party cookies). Unless otherwise provided, these cookies fall under the direct and exclusive responsibility of the third party. Further information on privacy and the use of cookies can be found directly on the websites of the relevant site managers.

This website may use the following types of cookies, including combinations thereof, classified according to the recommendations provided by the Italian Data Protection Authority, and, in the European context, by the Working Group pursuant to Art. 29 Directive 95/46/EC:
Session Cookies. Cookies not permanently stored on the user’s computer and deleted when the browser is closed. They are strictly limited to the transmission of session identifiers necessary to allow safe and efficient site navigation, avoiding the use of other technologies that could compromise the privacy of users’ browsing.
Persistent Cookies. Cookies that remain stored on the computer’s hard drive until they expire or are erased by users. Through persistent cookies, visitors who access the website (or any other users of the same computer) are automatically recognized at each visit. Visitors may set their computer browser in such a way that it accepts/rejects all cookies or displays a warning whenever a cookie is proposed, in order to assess whether to accept it or not. The user can, however, change the default configuration and disable cookies (i.e. block them permanently), by setting the highest level of protection.
Technical Cookies. Cookies necessary to guarantee site functionality and used, for example, to authenticate restricted areas, take advantage of multimedia content, such as flash players, or allow selecting the navigation language. In general, it is not necessary to obtain the user’s consent beforehand. This also includes cookies used to statistically analyze accesses/visits to the site only if used exclusively for statistical purposes and through the collection of information in aggregate form.
Non-Technical Cookies. Cookies used for profiling and marketing purposes. Their use on users’ terminals is forbidden if users have not been adequately informed and have not given their consent through the opt-in function. In turn, these cookies are aggregated according to the functions they perform:
** Analytics. Cookies used to collect and analyze statistical information on accesses/visits to the website. In some cases, if associated with other information, such as credentials entered to access restricted areas (your e-mail address and password), these cookies can be used to profile users (personal habits, visited sites, downloaded content, types of interactions made, etc.). By way of example, to aggregate statistical information useful for evaluating website use and activities carried out by visitors, Google Inc. stores the information collected by cookies on servers that may be located in the United States or other countries. Google reserves the right to transfer the information collected through its cookie to third parties, pursuant to statutory requirements or if any third party processes information on Google’s behalf. Google makes sure that the user’s IP address is not linked to any other data in its possession for the purpose of obtaining a more detailed user profile. For more information on cookies used by Google, you can visit the pages listed below.
** Widgets. This category includes all the graphic components of a program’s user interface, whose purpose is to facilitate the user in interacting with the program itself. By way of example, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter cookies are widgets.
** Advertsing. This category includes cookies used to advertise on a site.
** Web beacons. This category includes the code fragments that allow a website to transfer or collect information by requesting a graphic image. Websites can use them for different purposes, such as the analysis of website use, monitoring and reporting activities on advertising, and ads and content customization.

3. Cookies on this website

The following tables show the name and/or identification code of first- and third-party cookies on this website, displayed according to their features and purpose of use. They also contain links to the information and consent forms of third parties that install cookies through this website, made available to users who wish to obtain more information regarding the processing of their personal data and to exercise their options regarding the use of these cookies. By granting their consent, users automatically accept the terms and conditions of the policies of the third parties indicated below.

List of first-party cookies


COOKIE NAME OR CODE

TYPE

PURPOSE/DESCRIPTION

wfvt_1569420149

First-party technical cookies

Temporary technical cookie that allows improving the security features of a WordPress site

_unam

First-party technical cookies

Persistent technical cookie expiring 273 days from the time it is written, used to improve the security features of a WordPress site

_stid

First-party technical cookies

Persistent technical cookie expiring 365 days from the time it is written, used to improve the security features of a WordPress site



List of third-party cookies*


COOKIE NAME OR CODE

TYPE

PURPOSE/DESCRIPTION

LINK TO THE INFORMATION AND CONSENT FORMS

Google Analytics

Third-party, analytical cookies (Google)

The site manager uses the web analytics service provided by Google Inc. to obtain anonymous and aggregated quantitative and qualitative information useful to improve service usability and information provided, as well as visitors’ experience on the site. In particular, the cookies used are:

  • _ga persistent analytical cookie expiring 730 days from the time it is written. It is used to recognize users.
  • _gid persistent analytical cookie expiring 24 hours from the time it is written, used to recognize users.
  • _gat_UA-8427685-1 temporary analytical cookie used to recognize users.

For more information on how Google Analytics works, read the web pages provided in the adjacent column. To reject the use of Google Analytics cookies, it is necessary to change the configuration of your browser by downloading the add-on component to deactivate JavaScript. The link to the page to complete the download is shown in the adjacent column.

http://www.google.it/intl/it/analytics/

https://policies.google.com/technologies/types?hl=it

https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage?hl=it

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881?hl=it

https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it

UID

Third-party, analytical cookies (scorecardresearch.com)

Third-party analytical advertising cookies. Persistent cookies expiring 720 days from the time they are written.

http://www.scorecardresearch.com/privacy.aspx?newlanguage=7

http://www.scorecardresearch.com/preferences.aspx?newLanguage=7

Test_cookie

Third-party, analytical cookies (doubleclick.net by Google)

Third-party analytical advertising cookie. It is a temporary cookie.

https://marketingplatform.google.com/about/enterprise/

https://policies.google.com/technologies/types?hl=it

https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=it

fr

Third-party, analytical cookies (facebook.com)

Analytical cookie that allows Facebook to identify its users and collect information, even when they are browsing on other websites. It is a persistent cookie expiring 90 days from the time it is written.

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

https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/update

Google AdWords User List

Third-party, analytical cookies (Google)

Analytical cookies for advertising purposes.

https://policies.google.com/technologies/types?hl=it

https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=it

Facebook Custom Audience, Impressions, Pixel

Third-party, analytical cookies (facebook.com)

Analytical cookies for advertising purposes.

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

https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/update

Google Tag Manager

Third-party, analytical cookies (Google)

Analytical cookies for advertising purposes.

https://www.google.com/intl/it/tagmanager/

https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=it

https://policies.google.com/technologies/types?hl=it
* The completeness and correctness of the list of third-party cookies is the responsibility of third parties.

4. Use of flash cookies

The website can use Adobe Flash Player to offer some multimedia content. On most computers, the program is installed by default. In the event that you use some of these contents, Google Analytics stores additional data on your computer, also known as Flash cookies (or Local Share Objects), through which the Controller is able to know the total number of times in which a certain audio/video file is opened, as well as the number of people using it until its end, and how many people close it before its end. The Adobe website provides information on how to remove or disable Flash cookies (see URL http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/security). We point out that limiting and/or removing this type of flash cookies can adversely affect the functions available for Flash-based applications.

5. How to disable cookies by configuring the browser

Users can, at any time, exercise their options regarding the use of cookies by the website. Below we provide instructions on how to disable/delete cookies through browser settings. We point out that some technical cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the website, and if uninstalled, navigation may be compromised. Depending on the browser used, you can disable cookies by following the relevant specific instructions:
• For Chrome, see dedicated page.
• For Mozilla Firefox, see dedicated page.
• For Internet Explorer, see dedicated page.
• For Safari, see dedicated page.
• For Safari iOS (mobile devices), see dedicated page.
• For Opera, see dedicated page.

If you do not use any of the browsers listed above, you can still select the “cookies” entry in the relevant section of your browser’s guide to find out where their management folder is located. For any concern, you can contact the Data Controller at privacy@unigra.it.