This information on cookies explains to our users the types and methods of operation of cookies and other tracking tools served by our website and also explains what action to take to refuse or delete them. Trilab acts as a mere technical intermediary for the above mentioned third party links and does not assume any responsibility in the event of their modification by their respective owners/editors.
2. DEFINITIONS AND CLASSIFICATIONS
As is well known, cookies are usually strings of text that websites (known as publishers or "first parties") visited by the user or different websites or web servers (known as "third parties") place and store - directly, in the case of publishers, and indirectly, i.e. through the latter, in the case of "third parties" - in a terminal device available to the user. The terminals referred to are, for instance, a computer, a tablet, a smartphone, or any other device capable of storing information. Already today, and even more so in the future, these include the so-called IoT (Internet of Things) devices, which are designed to connect to the network and provide various services to each other, not necessarily limited to mere communication. The software used to browse the internet and operate these devices, such as browsers, can store cookies and then transmit them back to the sites that created them on the occasion of a subsequent visit by the same user, thus keeping memory of his previous interaction with one or more websites. The information encoded in cookies may include personal data, such as an IP address, user name, unique identifier or email address, but may also contain non-personal data, such as language settings or information about the type of device an individual is using to browse the site. Cookies can therefore perform important and diverse functions, including session tracking, storing information about specific configurations of users accessing the server, facilitating the use of online content, etc. They can, for example, be used to keep track of the user's behaviour, to identify the user's identity and e-mail address. They can, for example, be used to keep track of the items in an online shopping cart or the information used to fill in a computer form. If, on the one hand, it is by means of cookies that it is possible, among other things, to allow web pages to load more quickly, as well as to route information on a network - in line, therefore, with obligations strictly related to the very operation of websites -, again by means of cookies it is also possible to convey behavioural advertising and then measure the effectiveness of the advertising message, i.e. to conform the type and modalities of the services rendered to the behaviour of the user under previous observation. Since it is not possible to distinguish cookies on the basis of their technical characteristics, they can be subdivided as explained below. The main subdivisions concern their origin, according to which they are identified: 1. first-party cookies, which are installed directly by the site operator on the user's terminal; 2. third-party cookies, which are installed by a different site through the operator of the site that the user is visiting; The function pursued by the cookies, for which a distinction is made: - technical cookies, which are those used for the only purpose of "carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network, or to the extent strictly necessary for the provider of an information society service explicitly requested by the contracting party or user to provide such service" (see Article 122, paragraph 1 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (referred to as GDPR). The legal basis for the processing of technical cookies is the legitimate interest of the owner of the site, which consists in the interest of making the site work and possibly carrying out statistics. - profiling cookies, which are those used to link specific actions or recurring behavioural patterns in the use of the functions offered (patterns) to specific identified or identifiable subjects, in order to group the various profiles in homogeneous clusters of different sizes, so that the owner can, among other things, modulate the provision of the service in an increasingly personalised manner beyond what is strictly necessary to provide the service, and send targeted advertising messages, i.e. in line with the preferences expressed by the user when surfing the web. These cookies can only be used with the consent of the person concerned, which also constitutes the legal basis of the processing. The User can never be obliged, without an alternative, to express his/her consent to the reception of cookies or other tracking tools, otherwise he/she will not be able to access the site. No functionality will be lost by removing/refusing these cookies. - There are also analytics cookies that carry out analyses and statistics on the use of the site and on the flow of surfers. These cookies fall into the category of technical cookies if their use precludes the possibility of directly identifying the interested party (so-called single out), which is equivalent to preventing the use of analytics cookies that, due to their characteristics, can be direct and univocal identifiers. Analytics cookies also fall into the category of technical cookies if the use of statistical analyses relating to several domains, websites or apps can be traced back to the same controller, provided that the latter carries out the statistical processing itself, without in any case resulting in an activity which, going beyond the boundaries of a mere statistical count, actually takes on the characteristics of processing aimed at making commercial decisions. The legal basis of the processing is that of technical cookies where they fall within this category or consent where they do not.
2.2 Encoding criteria
The criteria by which tracking tools are placed in predefined categories on the site are set out below. Technical cookies - always active unless the user has the right to block them through his or her browser settings: these cookies are used to ensure the proper functioning of the site and for this reason are always active; they do not store personal information and therefore their use does not require the user's consent. Without these cookies, the site may not function properly. The legal basis for the processing of these cookies is the legitimate interest in the proper functioning of the site. Analytical cookies - always active unless you have the right to block them through your browser settings: cookies used to count visits, they are necessary to improve the performance of our site. The data is collected in an anonymous and aggregate form and therefore its use does not require the user's consent. Without these cookies, you can still browse the site without any problem or restriction. The legal basis of data processing for these cookies is the legitimate interest of improving the performance of the site. However, because they are anonymous, no data processing takes place. Functionality cookies - allow the user to navigate according to a set of selected criteria (e.g. language, products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service provided to the user. They are necessary to guarantee the functionalities related to: language selection, search engine, saving products in the shopping cart. These cookies can be used with the user's consent only. Without these cookies, it is still possible to browse the site without any problem or restriction other than those strictly related to the functionality pursued (e.g. not being able to see the language automatically on subsequent visits). The legal basis of data processing for these cookies is consent. Profiling cookies: cookies used to store the user's preferences in order to customise content, propose commercial initiatives in line with the preferences expressed by the user when using the functions and surfing the web and/or to analyse and monitor his/her behaviour. These cookies can be used with the user's consent only. Without these cookies, it is still possible to browse the site without any problem or restriction. The legal basis of data processing for these cookies is consent.
3. LIST, DESCRIPTION OF COOKIES
The complete list of cookies with their description and references also to third parties that manage the cookies can be found by clicking the following link and from here under "more details".
4. DATA CONTROLLER AND DATA PROTECTION OFFICER
The data controller is Trilab s.r.l with registered office in via dell'artigianato 1 - Gruaro (VE) - tel 0421-72422 / fax 0421-44909 and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. There is also a data protection officer who can be contacted at the company's address every day from 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and by e-mail at email@example.com.
We inform you that the GDPR provides for the possibility for the data subject to request from the data controller (at the addresses indicated above) access to and rectification of personal data, erasure of data or restriction of processing concerning him/her, data portability; the data subject may also have the possibility to object to the processing of data and to exercise the other rights contained in Chapter 3 Section 1 of the GDPR, including the right to withdraw consent, where applicable: withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent given before withdrawal.
The User may always, if he/she believes that the processing that concerns him/her violates the provisions of the GDPR and privacy regulations, lodge a complaint with the Italian Data Protection Authority whose references can be found on the website www.garanteprivacy.it.
7. COMMUNICATION OF DATA
The data may be processed only by personnel authorised to process the data (computer technicians also from outside the company, consultants also from outside the company - computer technicians, consultants in charge of managing the site - marketing staff also from outside the company, site management staff also from outside the company) and by specially appointed data processors (e.g. companies that manage the site or where the site resides). The list of data processors can be obtained by contacting the data controller. All of the aforementioned parties will only process data that is indispensable for the performance of their tasks. If necessary, the data may also be communicated by the Company to judicial or police bodies, to lawyers and to anyone necessary to fulfil the obligations laid down by law, regulation or Community legislation or to assert or defend a right in the appropriate venues.
Cookies may be stored for the times indicated in the link in point 3.
9. FURTHER PURPOSES
Please note that all data may always be processed to assert or defend a right of the Company in the appropriate forums and for all the obligations laid down by law, regulation or Community legislation, Remembering that in this sense the provision of data is necessary and failure to provide it will make the access to the site and / or to establish any relationship with the Company impossible (even simply by writing an e-mail for information) and that for these purposes the data may be and communicated to judicial or police, lawyers and anyone necessary precisely to meet the obligations laid down by law, regulation or legislation or to enforce or defend a right in the appropriate forums.
10. CHANGING COOKIE PREFERENCES
The user can always change cookie preferences by clicking on the "review your cookie choices" button.
11. INSTRUCTIONS FOR DISABLING COOKIES DIRECTLY FROM THE BROWSER
– Chrome → https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=it
– Internet Explorer → http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11
– Opera → http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.00/it/cookies.html
– Safari for mobile devices → http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1677?viewlocale=it_IT
– Safari for desktop → https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19214?locale=it_IT
– Firefox → https://support.mozilla.org/it/products/firefox/protect-your-privacy/cookies
– Microsoft Edge → http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/windows-10/edge-privacy-faq
If you use a web browser not listed above, please refer to your browser's documentation or online help for more information.
Updated to 5/01/2022