What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file created on the user's PC at the moment of visiting a site, which serves to store and transfer information. The cookies are sent to a web server hosting the site that the user is visiting by the user's browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) and stored on their PC: they are then re-sent to the website during subsequent visits to the site.
While using this site, users can also receive cookies from third-parties on their PC (called third-party cookies), set up by the owners of these sites with the aims and procedures laid down by them.
Types of cookie used on this site
The www.molinosoncinicesare.com site and http://www.mscfarine.it/home use technical cookies, which (as per Article 122 of the Privacy Code and the General Code on Privacy) do not require any specific consent by users.
The cookies are numeric, made up of an ID which identifies the user and a key that certifies that the user is part of our database. These cookies do not expire, and therefore can be manually deleted from their PCs by users, or automatically via the Settings section of their browser.
$cookie_utente = $abc.'_utente';
This cookie is for all users who have administrator rights
$cookie_newsletter = $abc.'_newsletter';
this cookie is for all users who have administrator rights and who can send newsletters from the site
$cookie_sms = $abc.'_sms';
this cookie is for all users who have administrator rights and who can send SMS messages from the site
$cookie_autenticato = $abc.'_autenticato';
this cookie is created when a registered user logs into reserved sections of the site
$cookie_ordine = $abc.'_ordine';
this cookie identifies an order ID for e-commerce transactions
$cookie_wishlist = $abc.'_wishlist';
this cookie identifies a wish-list for e-commerce transactions
In the absence of these cookies, the site might not function properly.
Via the www.molinosoncinicesare.com site and http://www.mscfarine.it/home, third-party cookies are installed (including profile cookies) which are activated by clicking on “Accept” on the homepage banner.
Below is information about the individual third-party cookies, as well as links to obtain further information, and to request the dis-activation of the cookies.
The data created by Google Analytics are maintained by Google, as explained in the following link: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage
This is a Google Analytics cookie, and so is a constant third-party cookie. It serves to identify users and sessions, and is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.
This is a Google Analytics cookie, and so is a constant third-party cookie. It is used to handle requests from the Google Analytics service.
This site uses Google Maps, a service offered by Google Inc. (“Google”) which uses the cookies installed via the Google Maps form to allow for the inclusion of maps on this website.
APISID, HSID, NID, PREF, SAPISID, SID, SSID__utma, __utmb, __utmt, __utmt_super, __utmz, _ga, _gat, _gat_ta, _gat_tw, PAIDCONTENT, WMC, GAPS
These are Google Maps cookies, and so are constant third-party cookies. They are installed by the Google Maps form used to include maps on this website.
Social network buttons and widgets
Social network buttons are the buttons used on the site to identify the icons of social network (such as Facebook and Youtube) and allow users to interact with social platforms via a direct “click”.
Treatment of data
Data will be managed only via the tools authorised by the Owner. No data will be communicated or disclosed.
Conferment of data
With the exception of those technical cookies needed for normal navigation of this site, the conferment of data is based upon the consent of the individual users who decides to use this site after having seen the homepage banner and/or to use services on this site that require cookies.
The installation of cookies can therefore be avoided either by users refusing to click “Accept” on the banner, or via the Settings section of their browser.
Aside from the points noted above regarding the cookies essential for navigating their site, users can delete all other cookies via the privacy and settings settings of their browser or via the information presented herein.
Each browser has different procedures for changing the Settings: users can find detailed information at the links below.
Microsoft Windows Edge Explorer
Third-party cookies can also be disabled via the mechanisms offered by such companies, as indicated in the links listed in paragraph “Third-party cookies” above.
For some more information about cookies stored on your PC, and how to delete them, click here: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices
Please note: third-party cookies can change name, or increase or decrease in number at any time, and without any forewarning by the third-party concerned.
Changes to this policy
This policy is subject to changes over time (due for example to changes to relevant legislation, or the introduction of new services on the site), therefore users are invited to periodically check back to this page.
Last updated: 29 September 2017
Users can exercise their rights in this regard (as per Article 7 of Italian state decree 196 of 30 June 2003 – listed below) at any time, by sending an email to the Site Owner to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Italian state decree 196 of 30 June 2003
1. Users have the right to receive confirmation of the existence (or otherwise) of personal data (as registered users or otherwise) and to have a copy of such in a comprehensible format.
2. Users have the right to know:
a) where personal data came from;
b) why and how it is used;
c) the procedures used for such via electronic means;
d) details of the Site Owner, officers and other staff involved in Privacy as defined by Article 5, comma 2;
e) details of persons or categories of people who can receive or come into possession of such data, in their role as State officials etc.
3. Users have the right to:
a) receive updates, correction and where necessary the integration of data;
b) the elimination, anonymisation or blocking of data that is held or used in violation of relevant laws, including those where preservation of data is not necessary for the purposes for which the data was gathered or used;
c) receive confirmation that the operations as per letters a) and b) have been notified, as also related to their contents, to the entities to whom or which the data were communicated or disseminated, unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared with the right that is to be protected.
4. Users have the right to challenge, partly or in whole:
a) for legitimate reasons, the use of their personal data, even if relevant to the reason for which they were gathered;
b) the use of their personal details for advertising or direct sales activities, or for market research or other commercial communications.