Cookies policy about technical and session Cookies

This Cookies policy explains the various kind of cookies that our website uses and in which way you can track them.
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Cookie policy

With reference to the recent provision “Identification of simplified procedures for the information and the acquisition of consent for the use of cookies – 8th May, 2014” published in the Official Gazette no. 126 on 3rd June, 2014, we hereby provide details on the use of so-called “Cookies” - including the use of other similar technologies such as Web beacon/Web bug, clear GIF, pixel tag, etc. - from the various devices that users use to visit our Website (personal computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.). We use Cookies to improve the services we provide for you. Some are absolutely necessary for the website’s performance, while others enable us to optimise our performance and provide a better user experience. Below you will find a detailed guide to Cookies in general, as well as more details about the Cookies that we use on our site, how you can uninstall them in your browser and how you can block specific Cookies from so-called “third parties”.

The Website  belongs to Parma Incoming srl P.I. 02143200349 – hereinafter referred to in short as “site or website” – and it uses Cookies to make its services simple and efficient for users browsing or visiting its Web pages.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files which are saved on your computer or other internet-enabled devices, such as a smartphones or tablets that you use when you visit a Website. To find out more please visit the site

What types of Cookies do we use?

Session cookies

Identify the user while he/she is visiting the site and enable him/her to interact with the Website. These are deleted from your computer when you close your session or browser, and are therefore temporary.

Persistent cookies

these are stored on your hard drive until you delete them or they pass their expiry date. The length of time the Cookie remains on your device depends on the life span of the Cookie and your browser's settings.

Technical, profiling and third-party Cookies

There are three other types of Cookies: technical, profiling and third-party Cookies.

The technical Cookies we use on our site are strictly linked to the performance of the site itself and we have grouped them into three main categories:

1) Essential cookies or those required for browsing:

These are for internal use only, essential for the basic operation of our site, such as those which give the user access to the site as a registered user both when logging in for the first time and on subsequent occasions. If you disable these Cookies we cannot guarantee that you will be able to use all the features and services of our site.

2) Analytics Cookies

These are cookies used by us and by third parties (see third-party Analytics Cookies) to collect anonymous statistics and help us understand how visitors interact with our Website, by providing information on the areas visited, the time spent on a specific Web page and number of clicks made. This information enables us to improve our performance as well as avoid fraud and improve the security of our Website

3) Third-party Analytics Cookies

Third-party services used on this Website and Additional Information

4) Performance Cookies

Improve user experience We use these Cookies to provide services that you have asked for, such as watching a video, commenting on a blog or interacting with third-party services such as social media. Storing your preferences enables our Website to activate specific personalised features.

The above technical Cookies do not require prior consent by the user to be installed and implemented. On the contrary, profiling Cookies require prior consent as they are used to track the user’s browsing activity and to create a profile based on his/her preferences in order to send advertising messages online.

5) Social network cookies

We use these Cookies to share content on social networks:

6) Promotional or targeting Cookies Targeted Advertising managed by third parties

Targeted advertising Cookies managed by third parties can be stored on the user’s device by third-party advertisers, advertising networks, data exchange services, marketing studies, and other service providers. Targeted advertising Cookies managed by third parties collect information about the user’s browsing activity on the various Websites and online services in order to provide the user with relevant advertisements on our Websites and online services as well as those of third parties.  Advertising networks may share this information with advertisers using their network. The information collected using these Cookies for targeted advertising managed by third parties does not identify the user personally.

Third-party services used on this Website and Additional Information:

AdWords Remarketing is a Remarketing and Behavioural Targeting service supplied by Google Inc. which links the activities of this Application with the Adwords advertising network and Cookie Doubleclick. Personal data collected: Cookies and User Data. Place where data is handled: USA – Privacy Policy – Opt Out

How do I manage or disable Cookies?

Most browsers accept Cookies. However, you can modify your browser settings to decline Cookies, disable existing ones, or simply be notified when a new Cookie is sent to your device. Please note that by declining or disabling Cookies, you may lose some of the features of the Website.

How to disable (“opt out” of) Cookies: The rules on personal data protection stipulate that users can disable Cookies that have already been enabled (“opt out”). You can opt-out of the so-called “Technical Cookies” (Art. 122 of the Code), as well as Cookies that aren't “technical Cookies”, previously accepted (“opt in”) by the user.

By virtue of this distinction, the user may disable and/or delete some Cookies (“opt-out”) through the relevant browser settings, as well as disable and/or delete single non-“technical” Cookies set by third parties by accessing the Website managed by the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA) at: for users based in the European Union, or, at : for users residing in the US. These sites are managed by the Owner, who is not responsible for their content.

If you use other devices to access the Website such as computers, smartphones, tablets, etc. you should ensure that each browser on each device is adjusted to suit your preferences relating to Cookies.

You can find information on how to do this in the browsers you use (the following links are the most used):