About Cookies, Web beacon and technologies
Within the services offered, Neodata uses small data files, (cookies) that are saved on your device and record information that is used for access to the services. The names names of these technologies may change over time but are identified as cookies, web beacons. To help you better understand Neodata’s rules and the use of such technologies, below are some terms and definitions.
Cookies: text strings that the websites visited by the user or different sites or web servers (cd. “third parties”), place and store within a terminal device in the availability of the user himself. The terminals referred to are all those able to store information such as computers, tablets, mobile phones, etc … Cookies allow a site to recognize a particular device or browser. Cookies can be deactivated or removed using the tools available in most browsers and / or those made available by the Data Controller. Cookie preferences must be set separately for each browser used, as each of them can offer specific features and options.
- technical cookies: they are used to carry out navigation or to provide a service requested by the user. Without the use of these cookies, some operations could not be performed or would be more complex and / or less secure. They can be permanent or temporary and be used to store information that will be reused at the next visit to the site
- profiling cookies: they are aimed at creating profiles relating to the user and are used in order to send messages or advertising communications in line with the preferences expressed by the same, in the context of online browsing
- third-party cookies: they are installed by a site other than the one you are visiting. These cookies are sent to the user’s browser by third-party companies for their own purposes such as profiling, advertising delivery or social interaction.
- Web beacons: code snippets that allow a website to transfer or collect information through the request for a graphic image; they can be used for different purposes, such as the analysis of the use of websites, control and reporting activities on advertisements and the personalization of advertising and content.
- Similar technologies: technologies that store data in your browser or device using locally shared objects or local storage, such as flash cookies, HTML 5 cookies, and other software methods for web applications. These technologies work in all browsers. In some cases, the use of local storage cannot be fully managed by browsers, but requires management through specific tools.