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cookie law explained
A cookie is a text file that can be saved, subject to your choice, in a dedicated area of the hard drive of your device, during the consultation of an online service with your browser software. A cookie file allows its issuer to identify the terminal in which it is registered during the period of validity.
When browsing you may receive on your device cookies from third-party sites, configured directly by the administrators of the latter and used for the purposes and according to the modalities they have defined.
When you connect to our site, we may, subject to your choice, install various cookies on your device allowing us to recognize the browser on your device. The cookies we issue are used for the purposes described below, subject to your choices, which result from the settings of your browser software used during your visit to our sites.
The technical cookies we issue are essential for the proper functioning of the site. They allow the navigation of the site, the memorization of the information relating to a form which you filled on our sites (registration or access to your account). Without these cookies, certain services to which users have access could not be provided.
Through the EDJNet website, we may include cookies from third parties, including cookies that contain information about your profile. They are activated by clicking on “OK” on the banner. These are cookies relating to:
Data processing is performed by instruments automated by EDJNet. These data are neither disseminated nor communicated.
With the exception of technical cookies strictly necessary for normal navigation, the communication of personal data is at the discretion of the person browsing the site after reading the short notice contained on the banner and to benefit from the services that involve the installation of the cookie (like sharing on social networks). The user can therefore avoid the installation of cookies by maintaining the banner (without closing it by clicking on “OK”), and through the specific functions available on his own browser software.
The deactivation of third-party cookies is also possible according to the terms and conditions made directly available by them, as indicated above, in the “Cookies of third parties” section. For more information on cookies stored on your computer and to disable them one by one, visit http://www.youronlinechoices.com/
Anyone interested can make a claim at any time, by contacting email@example.com, according to the rights provided for by Italian law regarding the processing of personal data (Legislative Decree 30 giugno 2003 n 196).
Article 7 stipulates:
1. The interested person has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or not of personal data concerning him, even if they are not registered, and to their communication in an understandable way.
2. The interested person has the right to obtain the indication:
(a) the origin of the personal data;
(b) the purpose and methods of the processing;
© the logic applied in the case of processing carried out using electronic tools;
(d) the identity of the provider, the persons in charge and the representative as designated in art. 5-2
(e) the persons or categories of persons to whom the personal data may be communicated or who may be aware of them as designated representatives in the national territory, officials or delegates.
3. The interested person has the right to obtain:
(a) Updating, rectification or, if there is interest, the integration of data;
(b) Deletion, anonymization or freezing of data processed in violation of the law, including those whose retention is not necessary for the purpose for which they were collected and subsequently processed;
(c) The attestation that the operations referred to in letters A and B have been made known, including with regard to their content, to the persons to whom these data have been communicated or disseminated, except where this would prove impossible or would require disproportionate means in relation to the right in question.
4. The interested person has the right to oppose, in whole or in part:
(a) The processing of personal data for legitimate reasons, although relevant to the purpose of their collection;
(b) To the processing of personal data concerning him for the purpose of sending advertising material or direct sales or for market research or commercial communication.