Cookies Policy Prodolls
1. Definitions and characteristics of cookies
Cookie and similar technologies are information sent/read by websites and apps on your devices during their first visit, which are then transmitted back to those websites and apps during the next visit. Thanks to cookies and similar technologies, websites and apps remember your actions and preferences (such as login data, the default language, font sizes, additional display settings, etc.) so that they do not need to specify them again on the next visit.
These technologies are used to perform IT authentications, session monitoring, and to store information about the activities of users who access a service, and may also contain a unique identifier that allows for monitoring of user experiences on the site for statistical or advertising purposes. There are indeed various types of cookies, depending on their features and functions, and these may remain on your device for different periods of time: so-called session cookies, which are automatically deleted when you close your browser; and so-called persistent cookies, which remain on your device until a pre-established date.
2. Types of cookies used by the Website and the possibility of (de-)selection
Indeed, such third-party providers have signed data processing agreements with PRODOLLS and cookies have been anonymized by means of masking IP addresses. Third party cookies are:
3. How to view and modify the cookies through your browser
You may authorize, block or delete (in whole or in part) cookies through the specific functions of your browser. However, in the hypothesis in which all or some of the cookies are disabled, it may not be possible to consult the Website, or certain services or certain features of the Website may not be available or may not work properly and/or you may be forced to change or manually enter some information or preferences each time you visit the Website.
Below you will find links explaining how to disable cookies on a range of browsers (for any other browser you may be using, we suggest searching for this option in the software’s help section, which you can normally access by pressing the F1 key):
Internet Explorer: Click the tools button and then ‘internet options’. Click the privacy tab and in ‘settings’ move the slider up to block all cookies.
Google Chrome: Click the menu in the browser’s toolbar. Select ‘settings’. Click ‘advanced’. In the privacy section, click the ‘content settings’ button. Select ‘allow sites to save and read cookie data’.
Mozilla Firefox: Click the menu button and selection ‘options’. Select the privacy tab. In the history drop-down menu, select ‘use custom settings for history’. To activate cookies, tick ‘accept cookies from web sites’; to disable them, untick the box.
Safari: Click the ‘Safari’ button on the menu bar, then ‘preferences’. Now click on ‘privacy’, then ‘details’ to select the site, then click ‘remove’.
Alternatively you can disable Google Analytics cookies only by using the opt-out add-on provided by Google for major browsers https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=