Cookie Policy

Revised with the provisions of the EU rule 679/2016

The owner of the data processing is

DUE CI INOX s.r.l. - Via A. De Gasperi, 1 42016 Guastalla (RE) Italy
Tel. +39 0522 831205 - Fax +39 0522 831093 - P. IVA 00673730354


What are the cookies?
A cookie is a small file, made of letters and numbers, put on your computer following the surfing on a web site.
Further information about cookies are available on the Internet to the site:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie

Why do we use the cookies?
Cookies are an integral part of the modern web sites. They allow us to make the site work correctly, record its traffic and show advertisements according to interests and preferences shown by users anonymously, with id identification of their computer.
By getting these data it will be allowed to ensure and to improve the surfing on the site.
Cookies acquisition helps the users surfing.

We use different cookies types to manage our site and make your visit more comfortable. On your browser some or all below described cookies types could be memorized.

You accept the Cookie Policy of our web site going on the surfing, closing the informative box, clicking on every page part or browsing to display further contents, and cookies will be set and gathered.
In case of missed acceptance of cookies through the surfing abandonment, cookies which have been just locally recorded on your browser will remain recorded, but they won’t be read no more from us, even used until an eventual and successive acceptance of our cookie policy. You will also have the possibility to remove these cookies in every moment through your browser settings (as indicated below).
If you don’t intend to accept our cookie policy, we ask you to abandon the site by closing the main window which was opened previously, then remove cookies from browser (as indicated below), then close this window.

How can you manage the cookies?
Most of the browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome etc..) are set to accept cookies. However,  most of them allow to control and to disable cookies through the browser settings.
To learn more about cookies and to learn how to manage and disable the third parties or marketing/retargeting ones, you can visit: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/.
If you have doubts or worries about cookies use it’s always possible to intervene in order to impede their setting and recognition, for example by modifying the privacy settings in your browser. In this way it’s also possible to block just some types.
If you want to remove the cookies files which are just in your computer, please read your browser instructions clicking on the entry “Help” of the menu. You can also find further information about cookies and their management by consulting the web-site: http://www.aboutcookies.org or clicking on “Help” in your browser menu. It’s also possible to renounce to focused advertisements receiving. This doesn’t impede cookies setting or transmission, but it interrupts the use and the gathering of some data by advertising companies.

Further information on cookies management in the browser:
https://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/windows7/block-enable-or-allow-cookies
https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en
https://policies.google.com/technologies/managing?hl=en-GB
https://support.twitter.com/articles/20169453
https://uk.help.yahoo.com/kb/SLN4525.html

Here below you can find the cookies we use:

Technical strictly necessary
These are cookies which are normally personally transmitted by the operator of the web-site for purposes strictly connected to the correct site working and to the user session. This cookies range includes:

Surfing cookies (or session cookies)
These cookies are necessary to guarantee the use of the web site and of its services allowing for example to log in in the secure areas, or to make a purchase. The use of the so-called session cookies (which are not persistently memorized on the computer by the user and disappear with the browser closing) is strictly limited to the transmission of session identifiers (made of random numbers generated by the server), necessary to allow the safe and efficient surfing of the web site.

Functional cookies
These cookies, even if they are not essential, improve the web site functionality as they allow the user to make his persistent preferences about some surfing aspects (for example language selection or the memorization of some preferred products into an e-commerce).

Google profiling cookies
These web site DOES NOT use Google profiling cookies to send you advertisements and promotions according to your preferences.
To learn more about cookies and to learn how to manage or disable the ones of third parties or of marketing/retargeting , you can visit:
www.google.it/settings/ads/onweb#display_optout
Otherwise you can consult the deactivation page of the Network Advertising Initiative at the link:
www.networkadvertising.org/choices/

Analytics
Third parties cookies (Google analytics) to do statistics anonymously about the accesses to the web site. We gather data anonymously (“IP obscuring”) to evaluate and to improve the web site. The third parties cookies don’t recognise your personal information, but only your computer once you have access to our site.
Google provides the details of all cookies used; you can read further information about the Google privacy policy:
https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en-GB
By using the web site, the user accepts that we can put these types of cookies on your device.

Social media and sharing
Third parties cookies could be sent if you use functionalities which allow to interact with the social networks, by accessing the third site identifying through login.
Cookies are also sent from plugin/AddThis bottom, which allows the sharing of contents on different social-media platforms.
Third parties cookies are sent by the related third party, not by the administrator of this site
Here below the links to the related privacy policy.

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