A "cookie" is a small text file created by some websites on your computer when you access a certain website, with the aim of storing and transporting information. Cookies are sent from a web server (the computer on which the visited website is running) to your browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) and they are stored on the same; they are then re-sent to the website upon subsequent visits.
Cookies may remain on the system even for long periods and they may also contain a unique identification code. This allows the websites that use them to keep track of your browsing on that website, for statistical or advertising purposes, to create a personalised profile of you based upon the pages that you have visited, and to show you and/or send you targeted advertising (known as Behavioural Advertising).
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They enable normal browsing and use of the website
|It would not be possible to browse as these are strictly necessary cookies, meaning their deactivation is not possible|
|Cookie Analytics||To collect information in aggregate||2 years||It would no longer be possible for the Controller|
|on browsing by users to optimise the browsing experience and the services themselves.||to acquire aggregate information|
The internet websites indicated above use third party cookies, namely cookies created by a website other that the one you are currently visiting.
Based upon the provisions of the measure of the Italian Privacy Supervisory Authority dated 8 May 2014, the Controller must provide the updated link to the privacy policies and consent forms of third parties with which specific agreements have been signed for the installation of cookies via its websites.
Third party anonymous cookies
Third party anonymous cookies are used; those cookies enable the collection and registration, anonymously, of information on the pages of each individual website consulted, but they do not allow for the visitor to be identified, and they are not in any way combined with other information. Those data are used exclusively to track and examine the use of the websites by users, and to compile statistics based upon information collected anonymously and using data in aggregate form.
The data subject may exercise his/her rights in accordance with the law, by contacting the data controller, by the methods indicated in the “Controller, Processor and Privacy Communications” section. According to the methods provided by law or by the applicable regulations, the data subject has the right to:
• Access the personal data and to know of their origin, purposes and aims of processing, the details of the controller(s), processor(s) and entities to which they may be disclosed;
• Withdraw consent at any time, if consent constitutes the basis of the processing;
• Update or rectify the personal data so that they are always accurate;
• Request the erasure of personal data from our archives if they are no longer necessary for the purposes indicated above;
• Restrict the processing of personal data to certain circumstances, for example, where their accuracy has been disputed, for the period necessary to carry out the appropriate checks;
• Obtain the personal data in electronic format, for themselves or for the new insurer;
• Lodge a complaint with the Controller and/or the competent data protection authority.
The Controller is the company AWP P&C S.A. Secondary Headquarters and General Agent for Italy, based at 20139 Milan (Mi), Viale Brenta, 32.
An updated list of the processors, appointed by the Controller, is available from the Company.
For any communication, contact the Data Protection Officer at the address: email@example.com.
Attention: any complete or partial deactivation of technical cookies may compromise the use of the website functions reserved to registered users. On the other hand, public contents can be used even when completely disabling cookies.
You can select/de-select individual cookies using your browser (by selecting the settings menu, clicking on internet options, opening the box relating to privacy and selecting the desired level of blocking of cookies). For further information, consult the following links: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Microsoft Windows Explorer.
In addition, the Do Not Track option found in the majority of latest generation browsers can be activated.
Finally, cookies can be avoided by activating “anonymous browsing” mode: using this function, you can browse without leaving any trace of the browsing data within the browser. The websites will not remember you, the pages you have visited will not be memorised in the chronology and new cookies will be erased. The anonymous browsing function does not, however, guarantee anonymity on the Internet, as it is only used not to keep the browsing data in the browser while, on the other hand, the browsing data will continue to remain available to the website managers and connectivity providers.