Company name: Knitting Service S.N.C Di D’Urso M. & Coppola A.
Company address: Via Risorgimento, 101 - 73055 - Racale (LECCE) - ITALY
COOKIES USED IN THIS WEBSITE
This website uses self session c.d. cookies, that is to say, this site generates a cookie called "PHPSESSID", which is a cookie native of PHP and allow website to store data on the state of serialization. In the Website it is used to establish a user session to communicate data on the state through a temporary cookie, commonly called session cookie. As the cookie PHPSESSID doesn’t expire, it disappears when the client is closed.
This site doesn’t use of c.d. profiling cookies.
This site uses a Widget, an external counter, (www.revolvermaps.com), which potentially allow the sending of analytics cookies of "third parties". However, from analysis done visualizing cookies registered in browser such as "Firefox" during the navigation of this site, there is no evidence of installation of any specific cookie on behalf of Revolvermaps, therefore we are not able to provide any name of cookie for this specific application. To better confirm what earlier affirmed, here the declaration on the site www.revolvermaps.com, page Cookies informative, both in the original text in English and translation in Italian:
"In order to utilize the widget service no personal user information will be required. In general the usage of the widget on a website is attached to the public statistics presentation at www.revolvermaps.com providing the following information in real time: an estimated country and region information derived from the IP address of the user opening the website containing the widget. The service does neither store nor publish any IP addresses. The widget service does not make use of HTTP-cookies."
Revolvermaps application, installed on this site, doesn’t not consider in any way the identification of the visitor, his preferences, his taste, the pages he visited or the research key. The counter collect the data in aggregated mode, only to provide numbers information on the visits on this website, according to a geographical mapping having as last cell the internet access of the provider used by the visitor himself , with no possibility of tracing him or the pages. This way of tracing information only allow to obtain a quantity evaluation of the different login to the site, divided by nation, location and internet access. The'general informative e l'>Cookies informative can be checked on the site of supervisor of Revolvermaps. Potential visits of the site Revolvermaps refers to the Cookies Policy of the site Revolvermaps, according to the page instructions >Cookies informative of the site itself.
This site also uses others applications and widgets of "third parties", in particular:
The moment you give your consent by clicking on the button "OK, I accept" on the banner of the short note, a technical cookie called "displayCookieConsentKnittingService will be installed on your navigation banner ", which will prevent the presentation of this banner in your following visits to this site sito.
A navigation without using technical and profiling cookies is, however, possible, through the so called hidden navigation, possible with all the popular browsers. The consultation of the following links also permit to receive the informative on how to delete a specific "cookie", when the name and the website that generates it are known.
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To know more about cookies
1) What are cookies?
Cookies are text files that the visited website send to the user’s browser and are memorized to be transmitted to the website at the following visit.
2) What is cookies function?
Cookies can be used to monitor sessions, to identify a user so that he can access a website without log in with user name and password and memorize his preferences.
3) What are technical cookies ?
The so called technical cookies enable you to move around the site and make easier the access and the use of it. Technical cookies are essential to access for ex.. Google or Facebook without login at each session. They are also used for sensible operations such as home banking, credit card and similar payments.
4) Analytics Cookies (or similar) are they also technical cookies?
The Data Protection Authority affirmed these cookies can be define technical only if "used to improve the sites directly from the owner of the site, who will collect the information on the number of users and how they visit the site. At these conditions, the analytics cookies follow the same rules, in terms of information and consent as per the technical cookies."
5) What are profiling cookies?
These cookies are used to trace the user navigation to create profile on his taste, preferences, interests and also on researches. You may have noticed advertising banners of a product you have just searched on the internet. The reason is in the profiling of your interest and the servers properly addressed by cookies have shown you the most pertinent offers. www.knittingservice.com doesn’t use profiling cookies .
6) Is the consent o f the user necessary to install cookies on his device?
No consent is required to install technical cookies instead profiling cookies can be installed only after the user’s consent and after being informed .
7) How can webmaster ask for consent?
The Privacy Authority has established that once the user visit a site there must be a banner with a short note, the request to the consent and a longer note as the one on this page on what are profiling cookies and their use on the site.
8) How can the banner be realized?
The banner must be thought such to hide part of the page content and specify that the site uses the profiling cookies also on behalf of third parties. The banner can be deleted only with an active action of the user as it could be with a click.
9) Which indications must the banner contain?
The banner must contain the short notice, the link to the long note and the button for the consent to the use of the profiling cookies .
It is allowed to use a technical cookie that take into account the user’s content so that he doesn’t have to give again his consent to a new visit to the site.
No. Other systems can be used as far as the chosen system has the same features. Use of the banner is not necessary for sites using only technical cookies.
12) What should the long informative contain?
The characteristics must be identified also for cookies installed by third parties. The user must also be informed on how to navigate the site making sure his preferences are not traced and about the opportunity of hidden navigation and cancellation of the single cookies.
13) Who must inform the Authority about the use of profiling cookies?
It has to be the owner of the site. If in his site he only uses profiling cookies of third parties, there will be no need to inform the Authority but need to inform which are these cookies of third parties and to indicate the link to the informative related.
14) When comes into force this legislation?
The Data Protection Authority has one year time to get the business in order and the expiry date is 2 June 2015.
The possible entering into force of new business regulations , the updating of the different cookies or technologies innovations,t he use of more applications or embedded contents, could present the necessity of changing today’s law. It is therefore possible that it will be changed in time. We kindly please to regularly visit this page.
Last change: 30/10/2016