What are cookies
Cookies are files that can be stored on a computer (or another device used to surf the internet, like smartphones or tablets) when users visit a website. Usually cookies contain the name of the website they come from and the so-called cookie 'life span' (or how long they will remain on the users' device).
Cookies essential for the functioning of the website
The website www.appassionante.it uses session and persistent cookies in order to offer the users a more efficient service. The use of these cookies is strictly limited to the transmission of session identifiers (consisting of random numbers generated by the server) necessary to effectively provide all the services and functions of the website. The cookies used on the website avoid resorting to other IT techniques that may compromise the confidentiality of the users when surfing the net and do not allow the acquisition of data that directly identify the users. Those who do not wish to store these cookies may cancel them after browsing by simply accessing the privacy settings menu of their browser and selecting the 'eliminate cookies' option.
How to disable cookies
Most internet browsers are set to accept cookies automatically by default. The user can change this setting to block cookies or to be warned that cookies are sent to the same user's device. There are various ways of managing cookies. Users can refer to the instruction manual or the help screen of the browser to discover how to regulate or modify those specific settings. Chrome Firefox Internet Explorer Opera Safari
In the case of other devices (for example, computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.), users will have to ensure that each browser on every device is set to reflect their own cookies preference.
OVERLOOK ITALIA S.R.L. acknowledges that the Italian Legislative Decree 196/03 grants specific rights to users who provide their own personal information. In particular, users may obtain from the Data Controller, from the Data Processor or from others responsible for processing such data the confirmation of the existence of their own personal data, and that such data be made available to the users in an intelligible format. The users may also: ask for information regarding the origin of the data as well as the logic and purpose on which the processing is based; require that the data be deleted or have it transformed into an anonymous form; block the data processed in violation of the law, as well as update, correct or, if desired, integrate the data; oppose, for legal reasons, the data processing itself.