Pursuant to and by effect of EU Regulation 2016/679

Dear Visitor,

Pursuant to and by effect of EU Regulation 2016/679, we wish to inform you of our use of cookies on the C.I.P.S. Informatica s.r.l. domain, available on the Internet website service using the address, as follows.

In the IT world, cookies are classified as “technical or session” cookies, “persistent or profiling” cookies and “third party” cookies.

Users’ browsers can contain large numbers of Cookies, sometimes for quite extensive periods of time. They can be used, for example, for authentication operations, session monitoring, information storage on specific user configurations connected with the server that hosts the website they intend to view, etc. They are small text files that the websites visited by the user or third party websites connected to those sites send to the terminal used to connect, where they are stored and then retransmitted to those websites the next time the same user visits them.

Even though they are generally used to assess the use of a website, its efficiency and to simplify use and browsing and are not associated with any personal data, cookies can also be configured to personalise the experience of visiting a website by associating them with the user’s preferences or with his/her personal information.

As cookies enable certain functions of the websites to be exploited, we suggest you do not disable them. If you block or refuse to accept cookies, you will not be able to register on the C.I.P.S. Informatica s.r.l. website and you may be unable to view some of the web pages correctly.

Technical and session cookies

Session cookies, stored in the temporary memory and eliminated when you close your browser, are used solely to “transmit a communication over an electronic communication network, or for what is strictly necessary to one of the information company’s providers of a service, the subscriber or user has explicitly requested”. They enable the website to be used efficiently and to keep track of the website pages viewed so that information already acquired and/or provided by the user’s browser in the same connection session is not requested again.

These cookies can be divided further into browsing or session cookies, which guarantee normal consultation and use of the website (e.g. they allow you to make a purchase or confirm your identification to access reserved areas). Analytics cookies (***), integrated with technical cookies where used directly by the website operator to collect information in cooperation on the number of users and how they visit the website; functional cookies that enable the user to browse according to a series of pre-selected criteria (e.g., language, products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service provided.
(***) We hereby specify that we collect data collection using the Matomo tool, a tool that complies with the GDPR:
– Enables data anonymisation
· GDPR Manager
– Possibility for users to choose to opt-out of tracing
– Proprietary cookies for default setting
– Possibility to view collected data
– Possibility to erase the data at the data subject’s request
– The collected data cannot be used for any other purpose other than the one established by the Data Controller
– Anonymisation of the IP address
– Possibility to disable log and profile management
– The collected data is stored in cloud data centres within the EU
To install technical or session cookies does not require the data subject’s consent, without prejudice, however, to the Data Controller’s obligation to issue this mandatory information, pursuant to EU Regulation 2016/679, which the website operator may provide using the procedures it considers most suitable if you only use those devices.

C.I.P.S. Informatica s.r.l. uses technical or session cookies to enable you to avoid re-entering the same information more than once during your visit, e.g. user name and password and to analyse the services and contents provided in order to optimise your experience and the services offered.

C.I.P.S. Informatica s.r.l. uses the following cookies.
Persistent and profiling cookies

On the contrary, persistent or profiling cookies aim to create a user profile, which is stored on the latter’s hard disk, and are available each time the browser is restarted. They store users’ preferences for current and subsequent visits and can be used to send advertising messages according to the preferences shown by the data subject, recorded during the sessions.

EU and Italian implementation laws establish that the website owner must duly inform data subjects of its use of these types of cookies and allow them to give or refuse their valid, informed consent .The provision in the aforementioned Art. 122 of the Code on personal data protection is intended to refer to this type of cookie and expressly states that “the storage of information on the terminal of a contracting party or a user or the access to information already stored is permitted solely on condition that the contracting party or user has given consent after being informed using the simplified procedures established in Article 13, paragraph 3”.

Third party cookies for marketing/retargeting

Third party cookies are used by third party companies and enable the user to view advertising banners on other affiliated websites showing the most recent products viewed on the website

Furthermore, while browsing the website, these cookies are used to show you products which may interest you and are similar to those you have already viewed.

C.I.P.S. Informatica s.r.l. does not use third party cookies

Cookie setting

As a default setting, many browsers automatically allow the use of cookies. However, they also offer the opportunity to check the majority of the cookies, including the opportunity to accept them and the procedure to remove them.

For further information on cookie control, please read the section “Tools” (or similar) on your browser.

You can set your browser to receive a warning before you accept a cookie, with the opportunity of deciding whether or not to accept it. You can set your browser to receive a warning before receiving a cookie that gives you the opportunity of accepting or refusing it. You can also completely disable cookies.

How to disable cookies

The majority of browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc.) are configured to accept cookies. The cookies stored on the hard disk of your device may, however, be erased and it is also possible to block cookies by following the instructions given by the main browsers at the following links:






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