Cookies are small pieces of data that allow us to compare new and past visitors and to understand how users browse through our site.
On the basis of the purposes pursued by those who use them, two macro-categories are therefore identified: “technical” cookies and “profiling” cookies.
Depending on the entity that installs cookies on the user’s terminal, it distinguishes between the site manager that the user is visiting (“publisher”) and other subjects that install cookies through the first (“third parties”).
They are those used for the sole purpose of transmitting a communication over an electronic communications network, or to the extent strictly necessary to the provider of an information society service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user to provide that service.
Technical cookies can be divided into:
- navigation or session cookies, which ensure normal navigation and use of the website (allowing, for example, to make a purchase or authenticate to access restricted areas);
- analytics cookies, similar to technical cookies where used directly by the site operator to collect information, in aggregate form, the number of users and how they visit the site;
- functionality cookies, which allow the user to browse according to a set of selected criteria (for example, the language, the products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service rendered to the same.
These cookies are not used for other purposes and are normally installed by the owner or manager of the website.
They are intended to create user profiles and are used in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences already expressed by the same user in the context of surfing the net.
Third party cookies
These are cookies installed, while browsing the network, on the user’s terminal by subjects other than the site manager (publisher).
In particular, when a navigator accesses the home page or another page of a website he must immediately see a clearly visible banner, where it is clearly indicated whether cookies are used to monitor the user and to send targeted advertising and whether such data are shared with other parties.
In other words, the banner must clearly indicate:
1) that the site uses profiling cookies to send targeted advertising messages;
2) that the site also allows sending of “third-party” cookies, ie cookies installed by a different site through the site you are visiting;
With regard to the categories and definitions of cookies mentioned above, please note that this site:
- uses technical cookies in order to allow the user a smooth use of the site and easier retrieval of information, simplifying the connection and transmission of data between user and site;
- does not use profiling or marketing cookies;
- does not allow the sending of “third party” cookies.
Please note that failure to use technical cookies may result in difficulties in interacting with the site and make the browsing experience less enjoyable.
For further information on cookies, please consult the dedicated section on the website of the Privacy Authority.
COOKIES OF RSForm
- the COMMENTS function is not active there is no way to comment;
- Ids are given to users, and the IP address of users who fill out the Form is saved regarding the request for Estimates or Information;
- users must provide some useful data for business purposes for a better service to the user;
- the data entered:
user name or first name Company, email address and choice of PRODUCT field are required fields
such data can be visible only to the Super User of the website, and remain within the company SOCOMEC s.p.a. Via Ferrari 38 43014 Medesano PR Phone: +39 0525 420929 e-mail: email@example.com
- the user can request the cancellation at any time with communication via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Invisible Captcha, or reCAPTCHA, requires end users to click on a button that says “I’m not a robot” and Google can determine whether to ask the user for more questions (ie select images that best describe X) to see if that person isn’t actually a robot.
Recaptcha collects personal information from users to determine if they are human and not robots.
Firstof all, the reCAPTCHA algorithm will check if a Google cookie is present on your computer. Then, an additional specific reCAPTCHA cookie will be added to the user’s browser and a complete snapshot image of the user’s browser window will be captured at that time, pixel by pixel.
Some of the browser and user information collected at the time includes:
- All cookies placed by Google in the last 6 months,
- How many mouse clicks you made on that screen (or tap if on a touch device),
- CSS information for that page,
- The appointment,
- The language in which the browser is set,
- Any plug-in installed in the browser and
For more information https://policies.google.com/