Cookies are usually blocks of text that the websites (so-called publisher or “first party”) visited by the user or different websites or web servers (so-called “third parties”) place and store inside an end device at the user’s disposal (e.g. a personal computer, a Tablet, a smartphone, or another device that is able to store information).
The software for browsing the Internet and the operation of these devices, for example the browsers, can store the cookies and then transmit them again to the websites that generated them when the user visits the websites again, thus maintaining a memory of the user’s interaction with one or more websites.
The information encoded in the cookies can include personal data like an IP address, a user name, a unique identifier or an email address, but can also contain non-personal data like language settings or information on the type of device that a person is using the browse the website.
The cookies can thus perform a vast range of important functions, including authentication, monitoring of sessions, storage of information on specific configurations concerning users who access the server, facilitating enjoyment of online content, etc. They can be for example used to track the products in an online shopping cart or the information used to fill in an electronic form. The so-called “authentication” cookies are particularly important when the person accessing certain services like for example payment has to be checked.
The same result can also be achieved by using other instruments, (so-called “active identifiers” and “passive identifiers”) that enable processing that is similar to what has been indicated above to be carried out.
Fingerprinting is one of the “passive” instruments that is being increasingly used. This is a technique that enables the device to be identified that is used by the user by collecting information on the specific configuration of the device used by the party concerned. This technique can be used to achieve profiling aims also in order to display customized behavioural advertising and analyze and monitor the behaviour of visitors to the websites. For these reasons, fingerprinting and the additional tracking instruments must be included within the scope of these guidelines.
On this page you can find all the necessary information on the use made of cookies on the websites of www.venetacucine.com, and the means of identifying or disabling or deleting them.
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