EU Cookie Law
The EU Cookie Law Policy was updated on the 18th of September 2018.
Natorlab srls Via Castelletto, 1
Borgo a Mozzano (LU) – 55023
Tel. +39 347 0036301
Fiscal Code: 02472120464
REA Number: LU – 228515
The EU Cookie Law was approved in Italy by legislative decree 69/2012 and 70/2012.
This document completely cancels and replaces any previously published document regarding cookies.
We also inform you that to provide you with a complete service, our site may contain links to other websites that are not directly managed by us, for which we cannot be responsible for; errors, content, cookies, publications containing illegal content, advertising, banners or files that do not comply with regulations.
New rules can be updated periodically, so we ask you to come back and read this page regularly.
It is the intention of the company to adapt its privacy protection policies according to the provisions of the “Code”, including the precautions and procedures that the guarantor has specified in the published documents.
WHAT ARE COOKIES
Cookies are small strings of text that the sites you visited send to your terminal (be it a PC, a notebook, a smartphone, a tablet; normally they are stored directly on the browser used for browsing), where they are stored before being transmitted to the same sites the next time you visit them (information such as the IP address, the time of display, an identification associated with the browser or device, and the type of browser used).
In addition to cookies, other tools (web beacons / web bugs, clear GIFs or others) that allow the identification of the user or terminal are also subject to the provision of the guarantor.
Cookies, which are usually found in users’ browsers in very large numbers and sometimes with features of long temporal persistence, are used for different purposes: computer authentication, session monitoring, storing information on specific configurations regarding users accessing the server, etc.
During navigation on a site, the user can also receive cookies on his terminal that are sent from different websites or web servers (so-called “third parties”), which may contain elements such as, images , maps, sounds, specific links to pages of other domains, present on the site that he is visiting.
More generally, some cookies (called session cookies) are assigned to the user’s device only for the duration of access to the site and expire automatically when the browser is closed.
Other cookies (defined as persistent) remain in the device for an extended period of time.
Further information on cookies can be found at www.allaboutcookies.org.
In order to achieve a correct regulation of these devices, it is necessary to distinguish them since there are no technical characteristics that differentiate them from each other, they are distinguished by of the aims pursued by those who use them.
The same legislator implemented the provisions contained in Directive 2009/136 / EC, and has made it obligatory to acquire the informed consent of users before installing cookies used for purposes that aren’t simply technical (article N ° 1, paragraph N ° 5, letter a), of the Legislative Decree of May 28, 2012, No. 69, which amended article No. 122 of the Code).
A working group was established in accordance with Article N ° 29 of Directive 95/46 / EC.
This group is the EU’s independent advisory body for the protection of personal data and privacy, whos tasks are stated in Article N ° 30 of Directive 95/46 / EC and Article N ° 15 of Directive 2002 / 58 / EC.
They were asked for their opinion, in addition to the current regulations, for determining the types of cookies (http://ec.europa.eu/justice/data-protection/article-29/documentation/opinion-recommendation/files/ 2012 / wp194_en.pdf # h2-8).
A cookie will not damage the user’s computer, and no data that allows personal identification will be stored.
To use all the features of the site, it may be necessary to have cookies enabled.
Browsers are often set to automatically accept cookies.
Users can modify the default configuration in order to disable or delete cookies (from time to time or once and for all), however, the use of the site may be precluded.
You can always check the methods and types of cookies stored on your browser by changing the settings.
HOW MANY TYPES OF COOKIES EXIST?
There are two basic macro-categories, with different characteristics: technical cookies and profiling cookies.
- A) Technical cookies are generally necessary for the proper functioning of the website; without them you may not be able to view the pages correctly or use some services.
For example, a technical cookie is essential to keep the user connected during a visit to a website, or to memorise the language settings, the display, and so on.
Technical cookies can be further divided into:
- Navigation cookies, which guarantee the normal navigation and use of the website (allowing purchases or to authenticate access to restricted areas; remembering previous actions while returning to a page in the same session, etc.);
- Analytic cookies, similar to technical cookies when used directly by the site manager to collect information on the number of users and how they visit the site (for example, for measuring site performance, with particular attention to the user’s browsing experience, etc. etc.)
- Functional cookies allow the user to browse according to a set of selected criteria, remember the settings that a user has applied to an Internet site (such as layout, font size, preferences, colour and language), the products selected for purchase, remember a choice so that it is no longer required to complete a questionnaire, etc. in order to improve the service rendered to the same.
- B) Profiling cookies are more sophisticated.
These cookies are designed to create user profiles, and are used in order to send advertising messages according to the preferences shown by the user in the context of web browsing.
The profiling cookies will be activated and used by the site only if the user gives his prior consent to such use.
- C) Their classification.
In general, cookies can be classified as:
- Session cookies, which are deleted immediately when the browser is closed;
- Persistent cookies, which remain within the browser for a specific period of time. They are used to recognise the device that connects to the site, facilitating authentication operations for the user.
- first-party cookies, ie cookies generated and managed directly by the manager of the website on which the user is browsing.
- third-party cookies, which are generated and managed by parties other than the website operator on which the user is browsing (in accordance with a contract between the website owner and the third party).
WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES DOES THE SITE USE?
These necessary cookies help contribute to making a website usable by enabling basic functions such as page navigation and access to protected areas of the site. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.
|__paypal_storage__||natorlab.com||Used with the PayPal payment function on the website. A cookie is required to make a secure transaction via PayPal.||Persistent||HTML|
|CookieConsent||natorlab.com||Stores the consent status to the user’s cookies for the current domain||1 Year||HTTP|
|wc_cart_created||natorlab.com||Required for the correct shopping cart functionality.||End of Session||HTML|
|woocommerce_cart_hash||natorlab.com||Necessary to remember the selected products in the shopping cart – This also allows the site to promote products based on the contents of the user’s cart.||End of Session||HTTP|
|woocommerce_items_in_cart||natorlab.com||Necessary to remember the selected products in the shopping cart – This also allows the site to promote products based on the contents of the user’s cart.||End of Session||HTTP|
|akavpau_ppsd||paypal.com||This cookie is provided by Paypal. The cookie is used for transactions on the website: the cookie is necessary for secure transactions||End of Session||HTTP|
|wc_cart_hash_#||natorlab.com||Waiting||End of Session||HTML|
|wc_fragments_#||natorlab.com||Waiting||End of Session||HTML|
|__utma||natorlab.com||It collects data on the number of times the user has visited the website, as well as the data for the first visit and the most recent visit. Used by Google Analytics||2 anni||HTTP|
|__utmb||natorlab.com||Timestamps the exact time of access by the user. Used by Google Analytics to calculate the duration a users visit.||1 giorno||HTTP|
|__utmc||natorlab.com||Timestamps the exact time of access by the user. Used by Google Analytics to calculate the duration a users visit.||Session||HTTP|
|__utmt||natorlab.com||Used to limit the speed of requests to the site.||1 giorno||HTTP|
|__utmz||natorlab.com||Collects data on the origin of the user, the search engine used, the link clicked and the search term used. Used by Google Analytics.||6 mesi||HTTP|
|__utm.gif||google-analytics.com||Google Analytics Tracking Code that logs details about the visitor’s browser and computer.||Session||Pixel|
|IDE||doubleclick.net||Used by Google DoubleClick to record and produce reports on user actions on the site after viewing or clicking on one of the advertisements in order to measure the effectiveness of an advertisement and present targeted advertising to the user.||1 Year||HTTP|
|test_cookie||doubleclick.net||Used to check if the user’s browser supports cookies.||1 giorno||HTTP|
|GPS||youtube.com||Creates a unique ID on mobile devices to allow tracking based on GPS location.||1 giorno||HTTP|
|PREF||youtube.com||Creates a unique ID used by Google for statistics on how the visitor uses YouTube videos on different websites.||8 mesi||HTTP|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||youtube.com||Tries to estimate the speed of the user connection on pages with integrated YouTube videos.||179 giorni||HTTP|
|YSC||youtube.com||Creates a unique ID for statistics related to YouTube videos viewed by the user.||Session||HTTP|
|yt-player-headers-readable||youtube.com||Collects data on visitor interaction with the video content of the site. This data is used to make the video content of the website more relevant to the visitor.||Persistent||HTML|
|yt-remote-cast-installed||youtube.com||Stores video player preferences of the user using the embedded YouTube video (X6)||Session||HTML|
|yt-remote-connected-devices||youtube.com||Stores video player preferences of the user using the embedded YouTube video (X6)||Persistent||HTML|
|yt-remote-device-id||youtube.com||Stores video player preferences of the user using the embedded YouTube video (X6)||Persistent||HTML|
|yt-remote-fast-check-period||youtube.com||Stores video player preferences of the user using the embedded YouTube video (X6)||Session||HTML|
|yt-remote-session-app||youtube.com||Stores video player preferences of the user using the embedded YouTube video (X6)||Session||HTML|
|yt-remote-session-name||youtube.com||Stores video player preferences of the user using the embedded YouTube video (X6)||Session||HTML|
This website also operates third-party cookies, ie cookies created by a website other than the one the user is currently visiting.
According to the ‘privacy guarantor provision’ of the 8th of May 2014, the Data Controller is obliged to provide the updated link to the information and consent forms of third parties with whom specific agreements have been stipulated for the installation of cookies through your site.
We inform users that the website uses the following services that issue cookies:
On the site there are “buttons” (called “social buttons / widgets”) that depict the icons of social networks (eg, Facebook, Linkedin, etc.). These buttons allow users who are browsing the sites to interact directly with the social networks depicted. In this case the social network acquires the data related to the user’s visit. The owner will not share any navigation information or user data acquired through his site with social networks accessible through Social buttons / widgets.
HOW TO DISABLE COOKIES?
Most browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) are configured to accept cookies.
By changing your browser settings, you can accept or reject cookies or decide to receive a warning message before accepting a cookie from the websites you visit.
We remind you that by completely disabling cookies in your browser you may not be able to use all the features of the site.
If you use multiple computers in different locations, make sure each browser is set up to suit your preferences.
You can delete all cookies installed in your browser’s cookie folder.
Each browser has different procedures for managing settings.
Below is a brief series of instructions for disabling cookies on the most popular browsers.
- Instructions for disabling COOKIES on Internet Explorer.
To customise the parameters related to cookies for a website In Internet Explorer click on the Tools button, then on Internet Options. Select the “Privacy” tab, then on Sites. In the Address area of the website it is possible to insert the address (URL) of the website whose privacy parameters are to be customised.
For example http://www.pippoepluto.com
To authorise the use of the cookies on the website in question on your device, click Authorise.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each website to be blocked or authorised.
Once finished, click OK twice.
- Instructions for disabling COOKIES on Safari.
From the Preferences menu, click on the Privacy tab and Configure cookies.
- Instructions for disabling COOKIES on Chrome.
Click on “Show advanced settings”.
In the “Privacy” section click on the “Content settings?”
In the “Cookies” section it is possible to:
▪ Check which cookies are installed on the Browser and delete them
▪ Block cookies by default
▪ Authorise cookies by default
▪ Define the exceptions for cookies of some websites or domains.
- Instructions to disable COOKIES on Firefox.
Click on the Preferences button.
Click on the Privacy tab.
In History settings, select “use custom settings”.
Then select the “accept cookies from websites” box and select the websites that are authorised or not to install cookies on the terminal.
From the same panel you can also view which cookies are installed on the Browser and delete them.
- Instructions for disabling COOKIES on Opera.
Click on Preferences, then on Advanced and select Cookies
Cookies preferences allow you to control the way Opera handles cookies. The default setting is to accept all cookies.
- All cookies are accepted (by default) Accept only those of the sites visited
- Third-party cookies from a domain outside the one visited will be refused. Never accept cookies
- All cookies are to be blocked
It is possible that some settings are different depending on whether you use the browser on Mac or PC. Furthermore, browsers often change the interface and management commands for general settings. We therefore refer to the instructions of the manufacturers of the software in the event that our instructions are not updated for the distribution of a new version of the browsers described above. For Internet Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/it-it/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies
For Safari Safari on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201265
For Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=it&hlrm=en
For Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/it/kb/Bloccare%20i%20cookie?esab=a&s=cookie&r=0&as=s
For Opera: http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/it/cookies.html
If you do not use any of the browsers listed above, select “cookies” in the relevant section of the guide to find out where your cookie folder is.
For more information on cookies and to manage cookie preferences (first and / or third party), we invite users to visit