Cookies are small text files that are locally registered in the temporary memory of your browser and therefore on your computer or smartphone for variable periods of time depending on the need and generally ranging from a few hours to several years, with the exception of profiling cookies whose maximum duration is 365 solar days.
Through cookies, it is possible to semi-permanently record information about your preferences and other technical data that allows for easier navigation and greater ease of use and effectiveness of the site itself. For example, they can be used to determine if a connection has already been made between your computer and our sites to highlight new features or maintain “login” information. For your guarantee, only the cookie stored on your computer is identified.
Types of Cookies
Cookies can be divided into two families:
- Those installed by the owner or responsible for the website, called first-party cookie;
- Those installed by responsible parties unrelated to the website, called third-party cookie.
The responsibility and management of first-party cookies is directly assumed by the Owner. The responsibility and management of third-party cookies, on the other hand, falls on their respective owners and managers, who must provide adequate refusal mechanisms in their privacy information. Over the years, this website may have cookies belonging to six different types.
Technical, session, and analytical cookie
These are necessary for the correct functioning of the website and allow for managing access operations (so-called login) to websites, recording configuration preferences where available, or integrating plugins necessary for displaying certain content. Cookies used for statistical and performance analysis are also considered technical cookies, provided that they are configured to collect data in an aggregated and anonymous form that provides a general overview of the performance of websites and content.
Traffic and performance analysis cookie
These allow us to know how visitors use a website, which content they access, and from which geographic regions they come, in order to evaluate and improve the performance of the website and prioritize the production of content that better meets the informational needs of users. These cookies are subject to the consent of users, and refusal can be directly expressed to their managers.
Profiling cookie for marketing and advertising purposes
These are cookies used to deliver advertising content within a website or application. They are used, for example, to track the position of the advertisement and verify whether a user has already seen the advertising message, but also to follow the user during their navigation to define their profile and present them with advertising related to personal interests and sociodemographic characteristics.
Widgets and other tools for interconnecting with external sites and functions
These are cookies, often associated with a website’s graphical element such as an action button or specific logo (such as the “like” button on Facebook), used to integrate the functions of other websites within the one being navigated. These are the responsibility of their managers, and it is possible to object to their use directly on the respective manager’s information pages.
Tracking pixels or web beacons
These are application code (scripts) and/or images that do not interfere with the aesthetics of the website but allow a third party to track the performance of traffic. For example, they are used by advertisers to independently measure the performance of an advertising campaign and directly collect information that would otherwise not be available. These cookies are also subject to the consent of the user, and refusal of them is possible within the information of their respective managers.
These are functionalities written in application code that allow the website manager to analyze how users interact with content and functions in order to verify their ease of use, the quality of the design, and plan improvement modifications. These scripts are configured to not capture elements typed by the user that would compromise their privacy, and are subject to explicit consent. The refusal of consent, when present on the pages of this website, is managed directly by the Owner.
What types of Cookies are installed on Italianspace.it
- Google Analytics for access and traffic statistics for internal use INFORMATION
- Google AdSense for delivering advertising content within a website INFORMATION
Duration of processing
The cookies managed by the Owner (first-party cookies) have a maximum duration of 365 days, unless you voluntarily renew your consent by reiterating it. The profiling cookies managed by the Owner are anonymous, and once expired, remain within the statistical systems and profiling platforms in an aggregated form that is not traceable to your browser for exclusive general statistical purposes.
More information on exercising your rights
Any request for information or clarification or exercise of rights can be addressed to the following address:
In addition, you always have the right to file a complaint with the Authority for the Protection of Personal Data, which can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the website http://www.gpdp.it.”