Cookies

Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy describes the procedures for collecting, through cookies, the information provided by users when they visit this website.

This Cookie Policy was last updated on 7/6/2018. Any updates will always be published on this page.

This website may contain links or references for accessing other websites. De Cecco does not control the cookies/monitoring technologies of other websites to which this Cookie Policy does not apply.

Data controller

For any questions, comments or concerns regarding this information note, please contact the Data Controller F.lli De Cecco di Filippo Fara San Martino S.P.A.  (hereinafter also "De Cecco"), with headquarters in the industrial area 66015, Fara San Martino (CH).

The Data Controller has appointed as data protection officer (DPO), pursuant to art. 37 of European Regulation 679/2016 on privacy, Attorney in Law Giulio Maria Garofalo E-mail: DPO@dececco.it.

General Information

Cookies are small files containing portions of code installed inside the browser in order to assist the website owner to provide the service in relation to the purposes described. Each cookie is unique to the user's web browser.

Some of the cookies’ functions can be delegated to other technologies. In this information note, with the term “cookie” we refer both to cookies, in the strict sense of the word, and to all similar technologies.

Some purposes of cookie installation may require the consent of the User. If the installation of cookies is based on consent, this can be freely revoked at any time by following the instructions contained in this information note.

Italian legislation (Article 122 of Legislative Decree no 196/03 "Privacy Code") has implemented a European Directive that requires managers of websites which use cookies or other monitoring technologies to inform the user about the types of cookies used by the website.

The Provision of the Italian Authority for the protection of personal data no 229 dated 8 May 2014, published on the O.G. no 126 dated 3 June 2014, distinguishes cookies in two general categories: "technical" and "profiling" cookies.

Technical cookies

They are used for the sole purpose of "transmitting information through an electronic communications network, or as is strictly necessary for the provision of an information service as explicitly requested by the subscriber or user" (see Art 122, paragraph 1, of the Data Protection Law).

They are usually installed directly by the owner or operator of the website and can be further distinguished in:

  • browsing or session cookies: they guarantee the normal navigation and use of the website (allowing, for example, to make a purchase or to login to access restricted areas); they are de facto necessary for the correct operation of the website;
  • analytics cookies: they are similar to technical cookies if used directly by the site operator to collect information, in aggregate form, concerning the number of users and how these visit the website, to improve the website’s performance;
  • functionality cookies: they allow the user to browse according to a series of selected criteria (for example, the language, the products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service provided. The prior consent of users is not required to install these cookies (more information in the Cookie management paragraph below).

The prior consent of users is not required to install these cookies.

Profiling cookies

They are needed to create profiles concerning the user and are used to send advertising messages consistent with the preferences expressed by the same while browsing the internet.

Both European and Italian legislation provides that the user must be adequately informed as concerns their use and must provide valid consent due to the particular invasiveness that such devices can have in the private sphere of users.

The Provision of the Italian Authority for the Protection of Personal Data distinguishes these cookies from the point of view of the subject who operates as the data controller of the personal data collected by the cookie:

  1. First-party cookies: these are cookies managed by the website controller. For these cookies, the website data controller must provide the information note. It is also up to the latter to specify the methods for potentially blocking the cookie.
  2. Third-party cookies: these cookies are managed by a third party other than the website data controller. For these cookies, the third party must provide the information and the indication of how to block the cookie, while the website controller is obliged to indicate the link to the third party website where such elements are available.

For both types of cookies (first-party or third-party) collecting the consent, which is necessary should these be profiling cookies, is carried out through a specific banner on the website’s home page.

You can manage these cookies in any case through your browser settings (follow the instructions given further on in the section “Cookie Management".

Technical cookies used by this website

wp-settings-time-1 to detect the admins access to the Website, duration up to 1 year
wp-settings-1 to detect the admins access to the Website, duration up to 1 year

Other types of cookies or third-party tools used

Below, we list the third-party cookies used by the websites https://www.dececco.com and https://shop.dececco.com.

For convenience of consultation these cookies have been divided into categories, according to the purpose they intend to satisfy.

Google Analytics (Google Inc.)

Web analysis service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google uses the personal data collected in order to track and examine the use of this website and of others owned by De Cecco, to compile reports and to share them with other services developed by Google.

Google may use the Personal Data to contextualise and personalise the advertisements of its advertising network.

Personal Data collected: Cookies and Usage Data.
Data processing location: United States – Privacy Policy – Opt Out. Subject adhering to the Privacy Shield.

Further details about this cookie: https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage#analyticsjs

Category: Statistics (12)

Statistical cookies help website owners to understand how visitors interact with the websites by collecting and transmitting information in an anonymous form.

 

COOKIE NAME

DESCRIPTION

PROVIDER

TYPE

DEADLINE

@@History/@@scroll|#

Unclassified

Data sent to:Germany (adequate)

shop.dececco.com

HTTP

session

__utm.gif

Unclassified

Data sent to: United States (adequate)

google-analytics.com

PIXEL

session

__ utma

It collects data on the number of times a user has visited the website, as well as data of the first and last visit. Used by Google Analytics.

Data sent to:Germany (adequate)

shop.dececco.com

HTTP

2 years

__utmb

It records a timestamp with the exact time of access to the site by the user. Used by Google Analytics to calculate the duration of a visit to the website.

Data sent to:Germany (adequate)

shop.dececco.com

HTTP

session

__utmc

It records a timestamp with the exact time of access to the site by the user. Used by Google Analytics to calculate the duration of a visit to the website.

Data sent to:Germany (adequate)

shop.dececco.com

HTTP

session

__ utmt

Used to limit the speed of requests to the website

Data sent to:Germany (adequate)

shop.dececco.com

HTTP

session

__ utmz

It collects data on the origin of the user, the search engine used, the link clicked and the search term used. Used by Google Analytics

Data sent to:Germany (adequate)

shop.dececco.com

HTTP

6 months

dtCookie

Unclassified

Data sent to:Germany (adequate)

dececco.com

HTTP

session

dtLatC

Unclassified

Data sent to:Germany (adequate)

dececco.com

HTTP

session

dtPC

Unclassified

Data sent to:Germany (adequate)

dececco.com

HTTP

session

dtSa

Unclassified

Data sent to:Germany (adequate)

dececco.com

HTTP

session

rxVisitor

Unclassified

Data sent to: Germany (adequate)

dececco.com

HTTP

2 years

 

Category: Marketing (15)

Marketing cookies are used to monitor visitors on websites. The intent is to display relevant and engaging ads for the individual user and therefore the most valuable ones for publishers and third-party advertisers.

COOKIE NAME

DESCRIPTION

PROVIDER

TYPE

DEADLINE

ads/ga-audiences

Unclassified

Data sent to: Netherlands (adequate)

google.com

Pixel

session

ads/user-lists/fHqACNamoHUQhfGIjwM

Unclassified

Data sent to: Netherlands (adequate)

google.com

Pixel

session

cmd

Description of the purpose of cookies: They record data in anonymous form about users, such as for example IP addresses, geographic location, visited websites and on which ads the user has clicked, with the aim of optimising the ads displayed, based on the user's movements on websites which use the same advertising network.

Data sent to: Netherlands (adequate)

rfihub.com

HTTP

1 year

eud

Description of the purpose of cookies: They record data in anonymous form about users, such as for example IP addresses, geographic location, visited websites and on which ads the user has clicked, with the aim of optimising the ads displayed, based on the user's movements on websites which use the same advertising network.

Data sent to: Netherlands (adequate)

rfihub.com

HTTP

1 year

euds

Description of the purpose of cookies: They record data in anonymous form about users, such as for example IP addresses, geographic location, visited websites and on which ads the user has clicked, with the aim of optimising the ads displayed, based on the user's movements on websites which use the same advertising network.

Data sent to: Netherlands (adequate)

rfihub.com

HTTP

Session

i

Description of the purpose of cookies: They record data in anonymous form about users, such as for example IP addresses, geographic location, visited websites and on which ads the user has clicked, with the aim of optimising the ads displayed, based on the user's movements on websites which use the same advertising network.

Data sent to: United States (adequate)

openx.net

HTTP

1 year

IDE

Description of the purpose of cookies: Used by Google DoubleClick to record and create reports on user actions on the website after viewing or clicking one of the advertiser's ads in order to measure the effectiveness of an advertisement and to present targeted advertising to the user.

Data sent to: United States (adequate)

doubleclick.net

HTTP

1 year

KRTBCOOKIE_#

Description of the purpose of cookies: They record a unique user ID which identifies the user's device during subsequent logins to websites using the same advertising network. The ID is used to allow targeted advertising.

Data sent to: United States (adequate)

pubmatic.com

HTTP

3 months

PUBMDCID

They record a unique user ID which identifies the user's device during subsequent logins to websites using the same advertising network. The ID is used to allow targeted advertising.

Data sent to: United States (adequate)

pubmatic.com

HTTP

3 months

PugT

Unclassified

Data sent to: United States (adequate)

pubmatic.com

HTTP

29 days

rud

They record data in anonymous form about users, such as for example IP addresses, geographic location, visited websites and on which ads the user has clicked, with the aim of optimising the ads displayed, based on the user's movements on websites which use the same advertising network.

Data sent to: Netherlands (adequate)

rfihub.com

HTTP

1 year

ruds

They record data in anonymous form about users, such as for example IP addresses, geographic location, visited websites and on which ads the user has clicked, with the aim of optimising the ads displayed, based on the user's movements on the websites which use the same advertising network

rfihub.com

HTTP

Session

smd

Unclassified

Data sent to: Netherlands (adequate)

rfihub.com

HTTP

1 year

tap.php

Unclassified

Data sent to: United States (adequate)

 

rubiconproject.com

PIXEL

Session

test_cookie

Used to check if the user's browser supports cookies.

Data sent to: United States (adequate)

doubleclick.net

HTTP

Session

 

Category: Unclassified (4)

Unclassified cookies are cookies which are being classified, together with individual cookie providers.

COOKIE NAME

DESCRIPTION

PROVIDER

TYPE

DEADLINE

__utmli

Unclassified

Data sent to: Germany (adequate)

shop.dececco.com

HTTP

Session

frontend

Unclassified

Data sent to:Germany (adequate)

shop.dececco.com

HTTP

Session

ow_cookie_notice

Unclassified

Data sent to: Germany (adequate)

shop.dececco.com

HTTP

30 days

rxvt

Unclassified

Data sent to:Germany (adequate)

shop.dececco.com

HTTP

Session

 

Cookie management

You can change your consent to cookies at any time directly from this link

De Cecco will keep appropriate trace of the User's consent (s) through a specific technical cookie that is considered a "not particularly invasive" tool.

The User can deny his/her consent and/or modify at any time his/her own options concerning the use of cookies by the website, by accessing this information note which can easily be reached from any page of this Website.

The User has the right at any time to exercise the rights laid down in art. 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 and in the European Regulation no 2016/679 and, in particular, among others, to obtain a copy of the data processed, their updating, source, the purpose and the processing method, their rectification or integration, cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or the blocking of data for law violations and to oppose the processing for legitimate reasons.

Should you have already given your consent but you wish to change the authorisations of the cookies, you must delete them through the browser, as shown below, as those already installed will not be removed otherwise.

Please note that it is not possible to control third-party cookies so should you have already given your consent, you must delete the cookies through the browser (see below) or ask to opt-out directly to the third parties or through the website http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte.

How to disable/delete cookies using the browser

Chrome

  1. Run the Chrome Browser
  2. Click on the menu in the browser toolbar next to the browsing url input box
  3. Select Settings
  4. Click on Show Advanced Settings
  5. In the "Privacy" section click on the "Content settings" button
  6. In the "Cookies" section you can change the following cookie settings:
  7. Allow data to be saved locally
  8. Change local data only until the browser is closed
  • Prevent sites from setting cookies
  1. Block third-party cookies and website data
  2. Manage exceptions for some websites
  3. Delete one or all cookies

For further information visit the dedicated page.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Run the Mozilla Firefox Browser
  2. Click on the menu in the browser toolbar next to the browsing url input box
  3. Select Options
  4. Select the Privacy panel
  5. Click on Show Advanced Settings
  6. In the "Privacy" section click on the "Content settings" button
  7. In the "Tracking" section you can change the following cookie settings:
    1. Ask the websites not to carry out any tracking
    2. Give websites the availability to be tracked
  • Not provide any preference concerning tracking of personal data
  1. From the "History" section you can:
    1. By enabling "Use custom settings" choose to accept third-party cookies (always, from most visited websites or never) and to store them for a specified period (until they expire, when Firefox is closed or ask every time)
    2. Remove individual cookies stored.

For further information visit the dedicated page.

Internet Explorer

  1. Run the Internet Explorer Browser
  2. Click the Tools button and choose Internet Options
  3. Click on the Privacy tab and, in the Settings section, change the slider according to the desired action for cookies:
    1. Block all cookies
    2. Allow all cookies
  • Select the websites from which to receive cookies: move the mouse pointer to an intermediate position so as not to block or allow all cookies, then click on Websites, in the Web Site Address box enter a website and then press on Block or Allow.

For further information visit the dedicated page.

Safari

  1. Run the Safari Browser
  2. Click on Safari, select Preferences and press Privacy
  3. In the Block Cookie section, specify how Safari must accept cookies from websites.
  4. To see which websites have stored cookies click on Details

For further information visit the dedicated page.

IOS Safari (mobile devices)

  1. Run the iOS Safari Browser
  2. Tap on Settings and then Safari 3. Tap on Block Cookies and choose among the various options: "Never", "Third party and advertisers" or "Always"
  3. To delete all cookies stored by Safari, tap Settings, then Safari and then Delete Cookies and data

For further information visit the dedicated page.

Opera

  1. Run the Opera Browser
  2. Click on Preferences then on Advanced and finally on Cookies
  3. Select one of the following options:
    1. Accept all cookies
    2. Accept cookies only from the website you visit: third-party cookies and those that are sent from a domain other than the one you are visiting will be rejected
  • Never accept cookies: no cookies will be saved. For further information visit the dedicated page.

Please note that any blocking of technical cookies could compromise the functionality of this website.

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