1. What are Cookies
Cookies are small strings of text that the Website sends to the user’s device, which stores them for transmission back to the Website on subsequent visits.
Cookies vary depending on their use: while some are strictly necessary in order to browse the Website (such as those that allow movement between webpages), others have different purposes and therefore need consent from the user before installation (such as those used to create user profiles or display customized advertising).
In addition, they may be either “first party” Cookies (installed directly by Movendo) or “third party” Cookies (installed by other websites or web servers).
A more detailed description of the nature of each category of Cookie can be found in the following sections.
2. Types of Cookie
Technical Cookies are needed to provide the service requested by the user. Accordingly, their installation does not require your consent.
These Cookies include:
- Session or Browsing Cookies, needed for normal browsing and use of the Website (for example, remember a previous visit, allow a purchase to be made or grant access to a private area);
- Function Cookies, which remember the Website settings selected by the user, such as language or privacy preferences, in order to enhance the services provided and the browsing experience.
Analytical Cookies are used to collect aggregated data about the number of visitors and how they interacted with the Website, in order to optimize the services provided.
The use of Analytical Cookies that are installed and managed directly by Movendo solely for statistical purposes does not require consent from the user, since they are equivalent to Technical Cookies. Similarly, the user will not be requested to give consent for the installation of Analytical Cookies by third parties, if they are only used on the Website and such third parties restrict their identification powers (for example, by masking significant portions of the user’s IP address), do not combine the data contained in the Cookies with other information available to them and do not, in turn, transmit the data to other third parties; in other words, user consent will not be requested when suitable measures have been adopted to exclude the direct identification of data subjects via the use of third-party Analytical Cookies. Consequently, user consent will be requested for the installation of Analytical Cookies by third parties if, via their use, direct identification of the data subject is possible.
3. Management of Cookies
The Website installs both first-party Cookies and third-party Cookies.
The first-party Cookies installed by the Website comprise [Technical Cookies, Analytical Cookies].
Type and Purpose
This Cookie is set by the GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The Cookie is used to store the user consent given for Cookies grouped in the “Necessary” category.
The Cookie is set by the GDPR Cookie Consent plugin and is used to store the user consent given for Cookies grouped in the “Functional” category.
This Cookie is set by the GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The Cookie is used to store the user consent given for Cookies grouped in the “Performance” category.
This Cookie is set by the GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The Cookie is used to store the user consent given for Cookies grouped in the “Analytics” category.
This Cookie is set by the GDPR Cookie Consent plugin. The Cookie is used to store the user consent given for Cookies grouped in the “Other” category.
As stated in the previous sections, third-party Cookies are installed by parties other than Movendo.
Even though Movendo allows third parties to access the Website in order to send Cookies to your device, Movendo has no control over the information collected by such third-party Cookies or over how that information is managed by them.
The manner in which information collected by third parties is managed is governed by their specific privacy policies, terms and conditions, or Cookie policies, which are listed in the following table: please consult the corresponding documentation, identified below, for further information about the use of your data by the third parties concerned.
Should third parties install Analytical Cookies without guaranteeing to minimize their processing of the data collected via those Cookies, you will be requested – on visiting our Website for the first time and, subsequently, no sooner than 6 months from the communication of your preferences – to give consent for the installation of those third-party Cookies via a specific Cookie banner.
You can manage and even block third-party Cookies at any time by visiting the third-party websites listed in the following table, as well as by using the specific consent revocation mechanism described elsewhere, which can be accessed via the link contained in the footer of all pages of the Website.
The third-party Cookies installed by the Website comprise [Technical Cookies, Analytical Cookies].
4. Management of Cookie preferences
Cookie banner and preferences center
Consent for Cookies is requested via a banner displayed when you visit the Website for the first time. Via this banner, the user can accept all Cookies (“ACCEPT”), or select preferences by clicking on the “SELECT PREFERENCES” button for more detailed consideration of which Cookies to install, or leave the banner visible; in this last case, the default settings will be maintained (installation of solely those Technical Cookies needed for the functioning of the Website).
After making the selection by clicking on “ACCEPT”, your choices can be reviewed by clicking on the “manage content” badge displayed bottom right.
The information presented after clicking on “SELECT PREFERENCES” includes an introductory text:
Necessary Cookies are absolutely essential for the proper functioning of the Website. These Cookies assure in an anonymous manner the basic functioning and security characteristics of the Website.
Function cookies help with the execution of certain functions, such as the sharing of Website content on social media platforms, the collection of feedback and other third-party characteristics.
Most browsers allow the acceptance, management and disabling of Cookies via their settings function. The browser can also disable technical Cookies; however, that might cause the Website to malfunction and impede its proper use. The settings for the management of Cookie preferences are usually found in the browser menu under “options” or “preferences”. Consult the following links for information on how to use the settings:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Internet Explorer
- Safari browser
- Safari su iPhone, iPad o iPod touch
- Microsoft Edge
Further information about how to restrict use of the third-party Cookies installed on your browser can be found on the website www.youronlinechoices.com.