What is a cookie
A cookie is a small piece of data that a website sends to a user's computer.
What are cookies used for?
Web pages have no memory. A user who browses from one page to another within a website is not recognised as the same user in each of the pages. Cookies allow the website to recognise a user's browser. Cookies are, therefore, used mainly to remember the choices of users (e.g. the language spoken) and to recognise recurring visitors to a website.
Are cookies all alike
No, there are various types of cookie, used according to need. Cookies differ according to function, duration and origin. When you visit a website, you may receive cookies both from the owner of the site you visit (known as first-party cookies), and those controlled by other organisations (known as third-party cookies) for which the owner of the site acts as technical intermediary in relations with the end user.
What types of cookie does the fimap.com website use?
Our site uses both first-party and third-party cookies.
First-party cookies (which DO NOT require your consent).
These are cookies that are necessary for the operation of the site and allow you to access its functions (so-called browser cookies) and are mostly session cookies. We may also use functional cookies that allow you to save your preferences and settings, improving your experience when browsing our site (e.g. connect you to the section of the site in any language that you may have chosen or based on the country from which you access it; remember your preferences according to whether or not your accept third-party cookies). To guarantee their functionality and be able to remember your preferences, these cookies are not cancelled when your browser shuts down; they have, however, a predefined maximum duration (up to 180 days) and after that predefined time period, they are automatically disabled.
These are cookies that collect data in aggregate form on numbers of users and on how they use the website. The data collected allow us to optimise our website, making it user-friendly. These cookies do not collect any data from which you can be personally identified: all data collected are in aggregate form and, therefore, are anonymous.
First-party cookies and the data collected by them are not used for any other purpose. Your consent is not required to install first-party cookies; we automatically install them after you access our site or when you request certain services. You always have the right to disable them by changing your browser settings. However, if you do so, you may not be able to correctly view our website
Third-party cookies (which require your consent).
Your use of our website may generate storage of cookies that are not controlled by Fimap S.p.A. This may happen when the site that you are visiting makes use of tools for analysis or marketing management/automation (like those offered by Google and Oracle) or includes contents displayed by a third-part website, for example Facebook. Therefore, you will receive cookies from these third-party services.
Fimap S.p.A. may not necessarily control the memorising of or access by these cookies.
For information and to enable or disable these cookies, you can access the information give by these companies via the following links:
Enabling and disabling for all cookies
You can also decide whether or not to allow installation of cookies in the settings of your browser. However, some features of this website may no longer be operative if one or more cookies are disabled (remember, in fact, that browser cookies are essential to the basic features of the site). The settings related to this choice can be checked and modified in the persona settings for your browser. Select the browser you use from the list below, to find information on how to change your cookie settings.
Processing of users' personal data obtained by first-party cookies is performed by Fimap S.p.A., with registered offices in Via Invalidi del Lavoro n. 1, 37059 – Santa Maria di Zevio (VR) – Italy, taxpayer's code number 09224090150, VAT no. 02520310232, email/PEC email@example.com, as Data Controller. For any information you may need regarding the methods and purposes of such processing, as well as on how to exercise your rights, please read our notice carefully.
Last update 20 January 2020
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