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What are cookies?
Cookies are small text strings that the sites you visit send to your browser where they are stored and then sent back to the same sites the next time you visit.
Technically, a cookie is a line of text that contains the name of the website from which the cookie originated, the duration of the cookie, a value consisting of a randomly generated number from the computer and the expiration and creation date.
We speak of “first-party cookies” when the cookie is installed by the same operator of the site, while we speak of “third-party cookies” when the cookie is sent from websites or web servers other than the website visited by the user.
Furthermore, cookies can be divided into:
- Technical cookies are those essential for the proper functioning of the site and allow the user to browse and quickly enjoy the web. They are normally installed by the operator of the website; the legal basis for the processing of personal data related to technical cookies is the legitimate interest of the data controller to ensure the proper functioning of the site, so it is not necessary to request the user’s consent.
- Analytical cookies are used to collect information in aggregate form, on the number of users and on how they visit the site and then elaborate general statistics on the service and its use. They are assimilated to technical cookies when used directly by the operator of the site or by third parties if appropriate tools are adopted to reduce the identification power of analytical cookies (through the anonymisation of IP addresses) together with contractual commitments that oblige the third party not to enhance or cross the data from cookies with other information available to it.
- Profiling cookies are used to monitor and profile users while they are browsing in order to send advertisements for targeted and personalised services. Given their invasiveness, the European Regulation provides for the need to request explicit consent as the legal basis for profiling.
This site uses technical cookies necessary to allow the user to normally browse the site and use the available services.
In particular, this site uses the following technical cookies:
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|uncodeAI.images||Technical||First||Session – temporary|
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|wordpress_logged_in_xxx||Technical||First||Session – temporary|
|wordpress_test_cookie||Technical||First||Session – temporary|
|_ga||Analytical||Third||2 years – persistent
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|_gid||Analytical||Third||1 day – temporary
A number of third party cookies are installed through the website www.biopsybell.it.
Analytical or statistical cookies
Google Analytics are statistical services for websites and web applications from Google Inc.
Personal data are collected in order to be able to analyse the statistical data of access to the site and may be used by other Google services such as those to customize network ads.
In order to reduce identification capacity, the Google Analytics service uses anonymous IP addresses and in addition Google, within the contractual terms for data processing, undertakes to process the data in accordance with the GDPR.
Cookies and use data are collected, the place of data processing is USA, you can see the policy on https://www.google.com/intl/it/policies/privacy/ and you can disable it from here https://tools.google.com</dlpage/gaoptout
No other first and third party analysis and profiling cookies are installed
Processing is carried out with automated tools by the Data Dontroller. No dissemination is made.
Provision of data and consent
The provision of technical cookies is necessary to enable normal browsing; analysis cookies (such as Google Analytics) when using anonymous IP addresses are considered as technical cookies. Therefore, it is not necessary to request the user’s consent for the installation of these cookies in a banner.
How to disable cookies?
You can disable the operation of cookies at any time through your browser settings:
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The user can also disable cookies used by external services by intervening on their settings
The place of retention of data is the provider’s server hosting this site for the navigation data, while the cookies are saved in your device.