HTTP cookies (more commonly defined as web cookies, tracking cookies, or simply cookies) are text strings used to carry out automatic authentication processes, track sessions, and store specific information about users accessing servers. More specifically, cookies are small-sized text strings that are sent from a server to a web client (usually, a browser), then back from client to server (without any changes) each time the client accesses the same section of the same web domain. Cookies are designed for the purpose of ensuring reliability for websites in retrieving useful information (e.g. items placed in a shopping cart) or tracking user navigation data (e.g. buttons clicked, logins, tracking pages visited by specific users).
Upon visiting a page located on the website, the following cookie types might be generated: technical cookies; cookies serving aggregated statistical purposes.
Technical cookies are needed to operate the website; such cookies can be generated by a server or by the website, and univocally identify user navigation sessions. Google Analytics Cookies (with anonymised IP)
Building Services Brianza srl – Socio Unico uses the Google Analytics web analysis service provided by Google Inc. to collect aggregated statistical information which is then used to monitor website usage and activities carried out by users.
Google stores information collected by Google cookies on servers, which might be located in the USA. Google might transfer information collected through Google cookies to third parties, should this be required by any applicable laws in force, or should third parties process information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate users’ IP addresses to any other information owned by Google for the purpose of generating detailed user profiles. More information about privacy policies and/or ways to reject or discard these cookies are available on the following webpage: https://www.google.it/intl/en/policies/privacy/
Users can selectively disable Google Analytics operations by installing the Google opt-out component on their browsers. To disable the Google Analytics data collection function, please click on the following link: […]. Third-Party Cookies
Some organisations may use their own anonymous cookies on some pages located on our website. They do that to monitor performance of their applications or to customise their own applications. Due to the way in which cookies operate, our website is not allowed to access these cookies and cannot change the way in which information generating such cookies is organised on the website. Contact pages and other website sections displaying maps
These cookies are used by Google to display maps embedded in the Contact page of this website and to store user preferences and information. Google uses a certain number of cookies in each page displaying Google maps.
HOW CAN I PREVENT COOKIES FROM BEING ACCEPTED?
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Cookie settings can usually be changed in all modern browsers. These settings are usually found under the ‘options’ or ‘preferences’ browser menu. The following links could be useful for you to get more information about cookie settings. You can also use the ‘Help’ option within your browser for further information.
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