What are cookies?
Cookies are small strings of text kept in your computer when certain web sites are visited.
To navigate correctly on the Axitea website, it is necessary that the cookies be enabled. If you do not want to accept the cookies, you can still visit the website and use it for research purposes. In the majority of browsers, cookies are enabled, below you will find the information necessary to modify the cookies settings on your browser.
Cookies are not harmful to your device. In the cookies that we generate, we do not conserve personal identification information of which for example, details about credit cards, but we use encrypted information gathered by these, in order to improve your experience on the website. For example, they are useful to identify and resolve errors, or to determine relevant correlated products to show the visitor during his navigation.
We give you these informations as an integral part of our finalized initiative with respect to the recent legislation on the matter, and to ensure our honesty and transparency with respect to your privacy when you use our website.
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Cookies can carry out different functions, such as for example, allow you to navigate through the various pages effectively, remember your preferences, and in general improve the stay of the user.
Axitea reserves the right to use the cookies, with the consent of the user where the law or the applicable regulations establish as so, to facilitate the navigation on this website and customize the information on the users of the website, of which for example the IP address, the type of internet browser and operative system used and/or web pages visited by the user, for statistical or security purposes. Axitea can collect these informations to track site usage and improve certain aspects.
These cookies are essential to permit you to navigate on the website and to use its functionalities, of which for example the access to the reserved areas of the website. Without these cookies, certain services cannot be provided.
The strictly necessary cookies are used to memorize a unique identifier in order to manage and identify the user as unique with regard to other users which are visiting the site in that moment, in order to provide a coherent and precise service to the user.
Some examples include:
The reminder of previous actions (for example text inserted) whilst navigating back to a page in the same session;
Management and passage of security tokens to different services inside an internet site to identify the status of the visitor (for examples, registered or not registered);
Maintaining the tokens for the implementation of reserved areas on the internet site;
Direct customers towards specific versions/applications of a service; as it may be necessary during a technical migration.
These cookies can be of Axitea or of partners, of sessions or persistent, there use is limited to the performance and the improvement of the website. These cookies collect information on how a user uses the site, of which for example the pages visited. These cookies do not collect information that can identify the user. All the information collected by these cookies are merged in anonymous form and are used to improve the functionality of the site.
Some examples include:
Web Analytics, the data collected are limited solely for the use of the web site from the operator, to manage the performance and the structure of the site. These cookies can be cookies from third parties, but the information will be used exclusively by who takes care of the publication of the visited website.
Tracking of the affiliates from the partners of Axitea- the cookies are introduced by the Partners and used by them exclusively to know if a user from another site has carried out specific actions on the Axitea site;
Errors management – Measurement of the errors present on the site, usually this function supports the improvement of the services or the management of complaints and will generally be strictly linked to web analytics;
Test different structures of the web pages of the site – Test on the variations of the structure, usually using A/B tests or multivariables, to ensure that in the current and subsequent sessions, a coherent aspect for the web user is conserved.
These cookies can be of Axitea or of partners, have duration of session or persistent. These cookies usually are consequent to an action of the user, but can be implemented also for providing a service not explicitly requested but offered to the user. They can be used also to avoid that a service already offered and refused be offered again to the client. Moreover, these cookies permits the sites to remember the choices of the user (of which for example user name, language, country of origin, etc…). The information gathered by these cookies are anonymous and the behaviour of client on other sites cannot be tracked.
Some examples include:
remember the settings that a user has used on a web site of which for example layout, font size, preferences, colour etc;
remember a choice, in order that the compilation of a questionnaire is not requested again.
Detect if a service has already been offered, of which for example the offer of a tutorial for subsequent visits of the website;
Provide information in order to permit the functioning of an optional service of which for example the offer a live chat session;
Fulfilment of a user request of which for example the presentation of a comment.
Third party cookies for marketing/profiling
These cookies are used by partners of Axitea, for the purpose of presenting to you Axitea publicity banners when you are on other sites, showing you the latest products you look at in Axitea. Whilst you navigate on Axitea, these cookies are used also to show you products that could interest you or similar to the ones you previously looked at, based on your navigation chronology. The use of these cookies can consent the connection to your computer or of other devices and track the data saved: these cookies connect to the browser installed on your computer or on other devices used during the navigation on our site.
How can I disable the cookies?
If you intend to disable one or more cookies used by this website, we suggest expressing your choices through consent forms of this information, as well as though the consent forms of the third parties from which you can inspect through the links present inside this document.
Moreover, we inform you that the majority of browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can also chose to not accept them through the settings of browser used. It is recommended not to deactivate this function, for this could prevent you from navigating freely from one page to another and use all the peculiarities of the site.
If you do not wish that your computer receives and memorizes cookies, you can modify the security settings of your browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari etc.). In any case, note that certain parts of our Site can be used fully only if your browser accepts cookies; your choice to remove and not accept cookies can influence negatively your experience on our site.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Click the icon ‘Tools’ in the top right corner and select ‘Internet options’. In the pop-up window select ‘Privacy’. Here you can adjust the settings of your cookies.
Click the English key in the top right corner and select ‘Settings’. At this point, select ‘Show advanced options’ (“Under the hood”) and change the settings of the ‘Privacy’.
From the drop down menu in the top left corner, select ‘Options’. In the pop-up window select ‘Privacy’. Here you can adjust the settings of your cookies.
From the drop down settings menu in the top right corner, select ‘Preferences’.
Select ‘Security’ and here you can regulate the settings of your cookies.
To know more about cookies and how to manage or disable those of third parties or of marketing/retargeting, visit www.youronlinechoices.com.
To deactivate the analytics cookies and impede Google Analytics from collecting data on your navigation, you can download the additional Component of the browser for the deactivation of Google Analytics: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
The identity of the companies that jointly control the processing of user data are present at the beginning of this document.
The updated list of the Responsibles for the data processing, appointed for this purpose, is available at the office of the co-owners. The subjects interested in viewing it can request the complete list at the following email address email@example.com
The user can, at any moment and without any formalities, exercise the rights of which art. 7 of the D. lgs. n. 196/2003 – “Code concerning the protection of personal data” (below, the “Privacy Code”), sending a communication to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
For more comprehensiveness, is reported below, in full, the text of the art. 7 of the Privacy Code:
Art. 7 – Right of access to personal data and other rights
1. The person concerned has the right to obtain the confirmation of the existence of personal data that regard him, even if not registered yet, and their communication in an intelligible form.
2. The person concerned has the right to obtain the indication:
a) Of the origin of the personal data;
b) The purpose and modalities of the processing;
c) Of the logic applied in case of processing with the aid of electronic tools;
d) Of the identity of the holders, the responsible and the representative designated according the article 5, comma 2;
e) Of the subjects or the categories of subjects to which the personal data can be communicated or may come to know as designated representative on the territory of the State, managers or agents.
3. The person concerned has the right to obtain:
a) The update, the correction, or, if interested, the integration of the data;
b) The cancellation, transformation in anonymous form or the block of data in violation of the law, included those of which the conservation is not necessary in relation to the purposes for which the data have been gathered or subsequently processed;
c) The certification of the operations of which the points a) and b) have been brought to attention, also with regard to their content, of whom to which the data have been communicated or diffused, except the case in which such fulfilment proves impossible or it involves a disproportionate use of means with respect to the protected right.
4. The person concerned has the right to oppose, all or in part:
a) For reasons legitimate to the processing of personal data which regard him, even if for collection purpose;
b) The processing of personal data that regard him for the purpose of advertising material or direct sales or for market research purposes or commercial communication.