- WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A Cookie is a small amount of data located on the user's computer browser or mobile device. Cookies use a variety of techniques to store data in users' devices - such as their computers, laptops, tablets or smartphones - or to read data from these devices, e.g. in order to identify the user or store their preferences. Popular cookies are small text files that are stored on devices so that they can be identified at a later date.
Some of these Cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the site, others are useful to the visitor because they can safely store data such as username or language settings.
- HOW LONG DO THE PARMALAPPING srl COOKIES STAY ACTIVE?
- WHICH COOKIES DOES PARMALAPPING srl USE?
We use both “first-party” and “third-party” cookies. First-party cookies are cookies that are set and read by Parmalapping srl itself. Third-party cookies are cookies that are set and/or read by third parties, i.e. external services.
Functional Cookies are Cookies that are necessary for the use of the Workplace (intranet area) or for the activation of certain functions. For example, one of these cookies allows you to keep access to the Workplace active without having to enter your login data every time you click on a link in the portal. These Cookies are placed regardless of your authorisation when you visit the portal or make use of essential functions.
We also use functional Cookies for:
- Verify the user's account type
- Verify that the user is logged in
- Keep records of the type of device used to visit the intranet area
Analysis and research cookies.
These Cookies record how visitors use the portal. We may use the information collected by these Cookies to analyse the use of the portal and identify the causes of any errors on the Online Platform. Some cookies are placed regardless of your permission when you visit Parmalapping srl, for example cookies that only collect aggregate data.
Analytical and research cookies are used to:
- Measure the number of users on the site over time
- Measure the time a user spends visiting the site
- Track the order in which a user views different web pages
- Identify the geographical location from which the user accesses the site
- Decide which parts of the site should be improved
- Identify the type of device and browser with which the user accesses the site
- In general, monitor the user's use of the site in order to improve navigability.
Social media cookies
We would like to offer our users the possibility of sharing some of the site content via social media. That is why we have included some buttons and options for sharing. Other buttons allow you to access our profiles on selected Social Media.
By means of these buttons and options, the respective Social Media can insert Cookies that they can read at a later stage. These Cookies enable:
- Users who are logged into certain social media platforms to directly share content on the Online Platform
- Users to view embedded videos from our official YouTube channel using YouTube's privacy-enhanced mode
Facebook is a social network (https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation)
Twitter is a social network (http://twitter.com/privacy)
Flickr is a web platform for sharing and displaying photos online (https://info.yahoo.com/privacy/uk/yahoo/flickr/)
YouTube is a web platform for sharing and displaying videos online (https://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/)
Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. (http://www.google.com/intl/it_it/policies/technologies/cookies/)
You can manage your Cookie settings in your browser. You should follow the instructions provided by your specific browser on how to accept, remove or reject Cookies. Below you will find links to information on how to disable or manage cookies in different browsers:
Apple Safari (https://www.apple.com/legal/privacy/it/cookies/)
Microsoft Windows Explorer (http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies)
To manage third-party cookies, you can consult the websites
These websites allow you to block cookies from specific third parties.