The Website (Italyoftomorrow.com) uses Cookie to make its services simple and efficient for the users that navigate the pages of italyoftomorrow.com. The users that navigate the Website will receive a minimal amount of information on the device in use, be it personal computers or mobiles, in the form of small text files called “cookie” saved in the directories used by the user’s web browser. There are several kinds of cookies, come of them help improve the Website’s efficiency, others to enable certain functionalities.
Analysing in more details our cookies allow to:
• remember preferences • avoid having to retype the same information several times such as for example user name and password; • analyse the use of the services and contents provided by italyoftomorrow.com to optimize the user experience and services provided.
Types of Cookies:
This type of cookies allows for the proper functioning of some sections of the Website. There are two kinds of said cookies on the Website: persistent and session. Persistenti: una volta chiuso il browser non vengono distrutti ma rimangono fino ad una data di scadenza pre-impostata. Session: get destroyed every time the web browser is closed. These cookies, always sent from our domain, are necessary to properly visualise the Website in relation with the technical services offered, they will therefore always be used and sent, unless the the user modifies the settings in its browser (but doing so undermining the visualization of the Website pages).
Profiling cookies have the objective of creating profiles on the user and are used to send marketing messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user within its web surfing. Due to the specific invasiveness that this type of tools can have within the private life of users, Italian and European laws require for the user to be properly informed on the use of said tools and therefore be able to express a valid consent.
Italyoftomorrow.com does not use profiling cookies.
For all other types of cookies the consent of the user can be expressed in one or more of the following ways:
Through specific web browser settings or related IT softwares use to navigate the pages of the Website.
Through changes to the settings related to the use of third party services.
Both solutions could prevent the user from using or visualising some parts of the Website.
Website and third party services
These cookies monitor anonymously the way in which visitors navigate around the Website and in which way they landed there. Those cookie help us, for example, in knowing the total numbers (not individual) of the type of content better appreciated by the users. Google Analytics cookies are:
– _ga *: used to distinguish users; duration: 2 years
– _gid *: registers a univocous ID used to generate statistical information on how the user navigates on the Website; duration 1 day
– _gat *: used by Google Analytics to limit the frequency of requests; duration 10 minutes
If you wish to decline your consent to those cookies, you can do so by following the instructions at the following links:
Some cookies (session cookies) remain active only until the web browser is closed or at the execution of the logout command if that’s the case. Other cookies survive to the closure of the web browser and are available even in following visit of the user. Those cookies are called persistent and their duration is fixed by the server at the moment of their creation. In some cases their deadline is fixed, in others it is unlimited.
How to disable cookies through the settings of the web browser
If you wish to know more about the ways in which your browser records cookies during your navigation, we invite you to follow those links on the websites and their respective providers.