Cookies are small text files that may be used by websites to make the user’s experience more efficient, and are sent to his/her browser, where they are stored, and then sent back to the same website after he/she visits it again. Cookies have different functions.
Cookies have the aim of improving the functionality and the browsing of this website. In other cases, instead, Cookies are used to monitor users during the browsing; they gather information on what the user buys or may want to buy in order to customize the advertising that is shown when he/she opens emails or browses a social network, to customize the contents, to provide the functions of the social media and to analyze traffic.
The user can edit the Privacy settings in his/her browser to not store Cookies, delete them after each visit or every time he/she closes the browser, or even accept only the Cookies of biopoint.it and not those of third parties.
Technical Cookies are those whose usage does not require the user’s consent. Technical Cookies are used with the sole purpose of making the user’s browsing possible on the website and allowing him/her to use its functionalities. They are fist-party Cookies because they are conveyed directly by the owner of the website. Navigation Cookies are normally session Cookies, therefore, once the browser is closed, they are disabled automatically. Other technical Cookies are helpful to store some user’s preferences without having to set them again during subsequent visits (c.d. Functionality Cookies). For this reason, functionality Cookies are often persistent Cookies because they remain stored on the user’s computer, even after closing the browser, until their expiry date or until the user decides to delete them.
These Cookies are employed in order to gather information on the use of the website by users anonymously, like visited pages, spent time, traffic source information, geographical origin, age, gender and hobbies, for statistical purposes and marketing activity. These Cookies are sent from third-party domains external to this website.
IMPLEMENTED SECURITY MEASURES
1. Google Analytics
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2. Facebook Conversion Pixel monitoring (Facebook Ireland Ltd.)
This website uses the conversion monitoring service offered by Facebook Ireland Ltd, whose Cookies are therefore of third party, for the statistical monitoring of the activities carried out on the website. For more information, follow this link: https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/
3. Google Tag manager (Google Ireland Limited)
This website uses the third party’s tag handler offered by Google Ireland Limited. For more information, follow this link: https://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies?hl=it
SOCIAL NETWORK BUTTONS
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CONTENTS ON EXTERNAL PLATFORMS
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Profiling Cookies are used to create a user profile based on preferences and liking showed while browsing the net, and to make him/her display advertisings consistent with his/her profile. In this way the advertisings that the user will display on this website may be more interesting to him/her. As required by the current legislation, for the installation of these Cookies the prior consent is required.
1. Facebook Pixel
Facebook Pixel is used to carry out “Remarketing” and “Retargeting” activities; thanks to these activities, the Cookies the user leaves on the website are used, without identifying him/her.
For checking and disabling the advertisings, follow these links: https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/ e https://www.facebook.com/ads/settings
2. Google ADS
It is possible to disable targeting and remarketing functions permanently by disabling the “custom advertising” function on the Google account. For doing this, follow this link: https://www.google.com/settings/ads/onweb/
3. YouTube ADS
YouTube ADS is a service offered by Google Ireland Limited by means of which potential customers can be reached; you can receive real-time information about how users react to video ads and meet your own efficiency. It is possible to disable targeting and remarketing functions permanently by disabling the “custom advertising” function on the Google account. For doing this, follow this link: https://www.google.com/settings/ads/onweb/
Delete or disable Cookies
Except for technical Cookies strictly necessary for browsing, the conferment of data remains at the discretion of the user who decides to browse the website after reading the brief information contained in the appropriate banners and to make use of the services of third party that entail installation of Cookies. The user can therefore avoid the installation of Cookies while keeping the banner, as well as through the special features available on the browser or in this policy. The user can manage the preferences about Cookies by using the browser and prevent their installation by third party.
It is important the user knows that disabling all Cookies may jeopardize the functioning of this websites.
Each browser has different procedures for settings managing.
The user can get specific instructions through the links below.
Delete/disable Android Cookies under the following link:
Delete/disable Mozilla Firefox Cookies under the following link
Delete/disable Explorer Cookies under the following link:
Delete/disable Chrome Cookies under the following link:
Delete/disable Safari Cookies under the following link:
Delete/disable Opera Cookies under the following link:
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Furthermore, it is possible to disable Cookies of third party using Your Online Choices http://www.youronlinechoices.com/ is a web service handled by European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA), a non-profit association that provides information about Behavioral advertising based on proliferation Cookies and allows users to easily oppose (opt-out) their installation. By deleting all Cookies by your browser or removing them through services like Your Online Choices, if third party, they will be inhibited generically, not only in this website.
Further information on the processing
For needs connected to the operation and maintenance, this website and any service of third party it uses may collect system logs, which are files that record the interactions and may contain personal data. Further information on personal data processing may be requested to the Data Controller at any time at its contact information.
Exercise of the rights of the data subject
Pursuant to artt. 15-22 of European regulation n. 679/2016, the interested party has the right to obtain confirmation whether or not personal data concerning the subject exist and their dissemination in comprehensible form, even if the data are not yet registered. The interested party has the right to obtain: a) the source of the personal data;
b) purposes and methods of processing; c) the logic applied in case of processing carried out with the aid of electronic devices; d) the indication of the identity of the owner and responsible for the processing of personal data;
e) the subjects or subject categories that the personal data can be transmitted to, or may become acquainted because they are delegates, responsible, or representative in the State territory; f) the updating, rectification or, when having such interest, complementing of data; g) cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of the processed data, including the ones which do not need to be stored if related to the purposes they have been collected for and subsequently processed.
The data controller is Deborah Group Srl Via Solferino n.7, a Milano email: email@example.com.
mail DPO: firstname.lastname@example.org