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Privacy Policy

Carlo Lambitelli Boutique Di Carlo Lambitelli Sas. informs that in accordance with the law 196/03 the data supplied with this form will be processed for commercial purposes using automatic and computerized, or manual methods. You give your consent to the processing of the supplied data by completing and submitting the form. You have the possibility to ask for the cancellation, the updating, the correction and completion of this data at every time and free of charge by writing an email to the store.

COOKIE POLICY

The intent of this Cookie Policy is to explain the types and categories of cookies, the purpose and the mode of use of cookies by Carlo Lambitelli Boutique Di Carlo Lambitelli Sas, that is the data controller, and to provide instructions to the users with regard to actions to undertake in order to refuse or delete cookies existing on the web sites www.carlolambitelli.it, and any associated subdomain, which afterwards will be simply called "Sites". The user can exercise his/her rights, provided by article 7 of Legislative Decree 196/03, by writing to the address info@carlolambitelli.it; whereas, in order to change the cookie settings, the user will be able to follow the instructions provided in this Cookie Policy. The user can express his/her consent to the use of cookies by continuing to navigate through the Sites, that is, by browsing, clicking on one of the pages' internal links or by clicking on the button "OK" of the short statement available on top of the page at each first access to the Sites, as provided for under the provision of the Guarantor for the safety of personal data (no. 229 of May 8th, 2014).

What are cookies?

Cookies are a piece of code (electronic files or partial data) sent from a server to the Internet browser of the user, automatically stored by such browser on the user's computer, and then automatically sent back to the server every time the Sites are subsequently accessed. Usually, the cookie contains the name of the Internet site from which the cookie derives, the life span of the cookie (that is, for how long the cookie will remain on the user's device), and a value, which, usually, is a unique number randomly generated. During each subsequent visit, the cookies are sent back to the web site where they originated (first party cookie) or to another site which recognizes them (third party cookies). Cookies are useful because they allow a web site to recognize the user's device and because they have several purposes. For example, they facilitate the navigation among the pages, they remember the favourite web sites ad, in general, they improve the navigation experience. They are also helpful to ensure that the advertisement viewed online is more targeted to a specific user and to his/her interests.

If the user decides to disable the cookies, his/her navigation experience within the Sites can be limited and/or can change. For example, the user might be unable to view certain sections or could be unable to receive certain customized information when he/she visits certain sections.

How do cookies work and how can they be deleted?

The working mode and the options to limit or block the cookies can be adjusted by changing the settings of one's Internet browser. The majority of the Internet browsers are initially set up to accept the cookies automatically. However, the user can change these settings in order to block the cookies or to be informed whenever cookies are sent to his/her device. There are several ways to manage the cookies. It is necessary to refer to the instruction manual or to the help screen of one's browser, in order to verify how the cookies' settings can be adjusted or changed. In fact, the user has the option to change the default configuration and to disable the cookies (that is, to block them permanently) by setting the highest level of protection. Below are the paths to be followed to manage cookies from the most common browsers.

  • Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/windows7/block-enable-or-allow-cookies
  • Safari: http://support.apple.com/kb/PH11913
  • Chrome: ttps://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=it-IT&hlrm=fr&hlrm=en
  • Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/it-IT/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences.

If the site is accessed and viewed through several devices (for example, computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.), the user should ensure that each browser on each device is adjusted to reflect the user's preferences with regard to cookies. To remove the cookies from the Internet browser of the smartphone/tablet, it is necessary to refer to the operating manual of the device.

Which types and categories of cookies this web site uses and for what purpose?

This web site uses various types of cookies, each for a specific function. In general, we use cookies to simplify the use of the web site and to adapt it better to the needs of the users. Cookies can be used to speed up future experiences and activities of the users on the web site. Also, we use cookies to obtain anonymous aggregate statistics, which allow us to understand how the users navigate the web site, and to improve the structure and content of the web site. Below is an explanatory list.

Technical Cookies

The cookies called "Technical" are essential for the proper functioning of the web site, and allow the users to navigate the web site and to take advantage of its characteristics (for example, the cookies store previous actions or save the session of the user and/or they perform other actions strictly necessary for the operation of the web site).

To this category also the "Analytical" cookies belong. These latter cookies allow us to understand how the users interact with the web site, by providing information pertaining the last page visited, the number of sections and pages visited, the time spent on the web site, and each event which happened during the navigation, like, for example, error messages, and help us to understand all issues that the user might experience while using the web site. This information could be associated to details pertaining the user, like the IP address, the domain or the browser. However, they are analyzed with information pertaining other users, in order to avoid identification of a specific user instead of another. These cookies are collected and aggregated anonymously, and they allow use to improve the performance of the web site.

Finally, the "Functionality" cookies are used to consent the web site to remember the selections of the user (for example, the user name), so that a more customized and optimized navigation can be ensured for the user. The functional cookies are not necessary for the operation of the web site, but they improve the quality and the navigation experience. If these cookies are not accepted, the performance and functionality of the web site could be worse, and the access to contents could be limited.

Profiling Cookies

The "Targeting" or "Profiling" cookies are used to show contents more pertinent to the user and his/her interests. They can be used to view targeted advertisement, to post ads customized according to the user's interests, or to limit the number of times the user views advertisements. Also, these cookies facilitate the measurement of the effectiveness of the advertising campaign on the web site. We could use these cookies to remember the web sites the user visited and to share this information with third parties, including agencies and advertisers that could use their cookies to collect data on the activities carried out by the users on the web site.

The "Sharing" cookies (or social network cookies) are necessary to allow the user to interact with the web site through his/her social account and they are used, for example, to express a "Like" and to share it with the user's social contacts.

This web site uses, or could use, also a combination of the following cookies: "Session" cookies, that are stored on the user's computer for technical-functional reasons, and for the transfer of session IDs necessary to ensure the safe and efficient navigation of the web site; these types of cookies are deleted at the end of the "Session", when the browser is closed. "Persistent" cookies, which remain stored on the computer's hard disk until they expire or are deleted by the users. The "Persistent" cookies allow the automatic recognition of users who return to the web site (or the recognition of other users who use the same computer).

Third Party Cookies.

When the user visits this web site, the storage of cookies not managed by Us can occur. This happens, for example, if the user visits a page where contents of third party web sites are posted. In this case, the user will receive the cookies of this third parties. With regard to third party cookies, We do not have any control of the data provided by the cookies and have no access to such information. This data is totally controlled by the third party company, according to its applicable privacy policy.

The following chart shows the third party cookies existing on this web site. The responsibility of these cookies lies exclusively with the third party. These cookies are divided in the following macro-categories.

  • Analytical: These are cookies used to collect and analyze statistical information on the accesses/visits to the web site. In some cases, they are associated to other information, like credentials entered to access confidential areas (user's e-mail address and password), or can be used to profile the user (personal habits, sites visited, contents downloaded, types of interactions, etc.).
  • Widgets:To the category of "Widgets" belong all graphic components of a program's user interface. They are used to help the user interact with the program (for example, the cookies of Facebook, Google+, and Twitter are widgets).
  • Advertising. To this category belong cookies used to provide advertisement services within one web site. 

The user who does not wish to receive third party cookie, can, using the links listed below, access the guidelines and the consent form of such third parties, and request an exception.

These cookies are not directly managed by Us; Therefore, in order to deny the consent, it is necessary to refer to the Internet sites of third parties or visit the web site www.youronlinechoices.com to obtain information on how to delete and manage cookies according to the browser used, and on how to manage profiling cookies' preferences of third parties.

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