Cookie Policy

Use of cookies

collesi.com uses cookies to make their services easy and efficient for users who access the pages collesi.com.
Devices (computers and mobile devices) used by users who access the site will be stored minimum quantities of information in small text files called “cookies” stored in the directories used by the Web Browser User.
There are several types of cookies, some created to make more effective use of the Site, other abilitarne for certain features.
In particular, our cookies allow you to:
• store the preferences entered
• avoid re-enter the same information several times during the visit such as user name and password (only for registered users)
• analyze the use of the services and content provided by collesi.com to optimize the browsing experience and services offered

Types of cookies used by collesi.com

Following are the various types of cookies used by collesi.com depending on the intended use

Cookie Technicians

This type of cookie allows the proper operation of certain sections of the site. There are two categories: persistent and session:
• persistent: once closed the browser are not destroyed but remain up to a preset expiration date
• Sessions: they are destroyed every time the browser is closed
These cookies, always sent from our domain, are required to view the site and in relation to technical services offered, we will be increasingly used and then sent, unless the user does not change the settings in your browser (thus affecting the display of site pages).

Analytical cookies

Cookies in this category are used to collect information on the use of sito.collesi.com use this information to perform anonymous statistical analysis to improve the use of the Site and to make the content more interesting and relevant to the wishes of users .
This type of cookie collects anonymous data on the activity of users and as it came on the Site. The analytical cookies are sent from the Site or from third-party domains.

Analytical cookies from third-party services

These cookies are used to collect information on the use of the Site by users in anonymous form such as page views, time spent, traffic sources of origin, geographic origin, age, gender and interests for the purposes of marketing campaigns . These cookies are sent from third-party domains external to the Site.
Cookies to integrate products and functions of third-party software
This type of cookie incorporates features developed by third parties within the pages of the Site as icons and preferences expressed in social networks in order to share the contents of the site or for the use of services, third-party software (such as software generate maps and additional software that offer additional services). These cookies are sent from third-party domains and partner sites that offer their functionality in the pages of the Site.

collesi.com, according to current legislation, it is not required to seek consent for cookies and technical analytics, as necessary to provide the required services.
For all other types of cookies consent you may be expressed by the user with one or more of the following modes:
• Using specific configurations of the browser or its programs used to navigate pages that make up the site.
• Through changing the settings in the use of third-party services
Both of these solutions might prevent you from using or view parts of the Website.

Web sites and third-party services

The Site may contain links to other Web sites that have their own privacy policy which can be different from the one adopted by collesi.com and therefore not responsible for these sites.

Cookies used by collesi.com

Below is the list of technical and analytics cookies used by this site:
• __utma – persistent – time of user’s visit: the necessary third-party service Google Analytics and Webmaster. Duration: 2 years
• __utmb – persistent – dropout rate (approximate value) of the user: the necessary third-party service Google Analytics. Duration: 30 minutes
• __utmz – persistent – source user: need to third party service Google Analytics. Duration: 6 months
• PHPSESSID – Session – need to WordPress to identify the single session of a user.
• _ga – persistent – used to distinguish users – need to third party service Google Analytics. Duration: 2 years
• _gat – persistent – used to distinguish users: the necessary third-party service Google Analytics. Duration: 2 years
• cookie_notice_accepted – persistent – used to store the acceptance of the use of cookies. Duration: 6 months

Third-party cookies:

• Facebook: cookies – session and persistent – to facebook.com used to allow the user to add a “like” to a blog article
• Google+: cookies – session and persistent – to google.com used to allow the user to add a “+1” to a blog article
• Twitter: cookies – session and persistent – to twitter.com used to allow you to share a blog article on Twitter

How to disable cookies through browser

Chrome
1. Open the Chrome browser
2. Click on the menu at the toolbar to the right of the browser address bar
3. Click Settings
4. Scroll down and click Show Advanced Settings
5. In the Privacy section, click Content settings
6. In the Cookies section you can change the following cookie settings:
◦ Allow saving data locally
◦ Change the local data only until you close your browser
◦ Do not allow sites to save cookies
◦ To block third-party cookies and site data
◦ Handling exceptions for some internet sites
◦ To delete one or all cookies
For more information visit the dedicated page.
Mozilla Firefox
1. Open the Mozilla Firefox Browser
2. Click on the menu at the toolbar to the right of the browser address bar
3. Click Options
4. Select the Privacy panel
5. Click Show Advanced Settings
6. In the Privacy section, click Content settings
7. Under Tracking, you can change the following cookie settings:
◦ Request to sites not to make any tracking
◦ Notify sites availability to be traced
◦ Do not express any preference on the tracking data
8. From the History section, you can:
◦ Choose to accept third party cookies (again, from most sites visited or never) and keep them for a specified period (until they expire at the close of Firefox or ask every time) enabling Use custom settings
◦ Remove individual cookies stored
For more information visit the dedicated page.
Internet Explorer
1. Open the Internet Explorer Browser
2. Click on Tools and select Internet Options
3. Click the Privacy tab under Settings and select one of the options available:
◦ Block All Cookies
◦ Enable all cookies
◦ Selection of sites from which to obtain cookie: move the cursor in an intermediate position so as not to block or allow all cookies, and then click Sites, Web Site Address box to enter a website and then press to Block or Allow
For more information visit the dedicated page.
Safari 6
1. Open the Safari Browser
2. Click on Safari, select Preferences and click on Privacy
3. In the Block Cookie specify how Safari must accept cookies from websites.
4. Click Details to get a list of sites that have stored cookie
For more information visit the dedicated page.
Safari iOS (mobile devices)
1. Open the Safari Browser iOS
2. Tap Settings, then Safari
3. Tap on Block Cookies and choose one of the options available: “Never”, “Third-party advertisers and” or “Always”
4. To delete all cookies stored by Safari, select Settings, then Safari, and then Clear Cookies and Data
For more information visit the dedicated page.

How to disable cookies from third-party services

Google services
Facebook
Twitter

This page is visible through the link at the bottom of all the pages of the Site in accordance with art. 122 seconds paragraph of Decreto Legislativo no. 196/2003 and following the procedures of simplified information and acquisition of consent for the use of cookies published in the Gazzetta Ufficiale 126 of June 3, 2014 and its record of the action 229 of 8 May 2014.