Definitions, characteristics, and application of the legislation
Cookies are small text files that the websites visited by users send and record on their personal computer or any other device, even mobile, to then be re-transmitted to the same websites at the next visit. Thanks to cookies, the website remembers the user’s actions and preferences (such as, for example, login data, selected language, font size, other display settings, etc.), so that they do not have to be indicated again when the user visits the website again or browses from one page to another. Cookies, therefore, are used to perform computer authentication, monitoring sessions and storing information regarding the activities of users accessing a website, and may also contain a unique identification code that allows for tracking the user’s navigation within the website itself for statistical or advertising purposes. During website navigation, users can also receive cookies from websites or web servers other than the one they are visiting on a computer or mobile device (“third-party” cookies).
There are various types of cookies, depending on their characteristics and functions, and these can remain in the user’s computer or mobile device for varying periods of time: session cookies are automatically deleted when the browser is closed; persistent cookies remain on the user’s equipment until a predetermined deadline.
On the other hand, prior consent of the user is required in accordance with applicable legislation with regard to “profiling cookies“, namely those aimed at creating profiles related to the user and used to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user during navigation.
Types of cookies used by the website and the possibility of (de-)selection
The cookies used on our websites can be classed as follows:
These cookies are strictly necessary for the operation of the website or to allow you to use the content and services requested, such as access to protected areas of the website. Technical cookies are first-party cookies and can be session or persistent cookies. We use this type of cookie to manage the registration phase and access to the website and its functions by users. Without these cookies, users would not be able to access the requested services and our websites would not work properly. In accordance with applicable legislation, these cookies do not require the user’s consent. Technical cookies also include functional cookies that enable the website to remember visitors’ choices (such as username, language or country of access) and provide more customized features requested by the user.
Analytical cookies collect information about how users use a website, such as what pages they visit most frequently. We use these cookies for:
The user’s prior consent is required to use such cookies.
They are advertising cookies, including from third parties, such as advertisers and their agents, and may be persistent or session cookies. In practice, these are cookies related to advertising services.
Lago also uses third party cookies, namely cookies from websites or web servers other than that of Lago for the purposes of any such third parties. It should be noted that said third parties, listed below with the related links to their privacy policies, are typically independent data controllers of data collected through the cookies they use, or act as data processors for Lago (that is, they process personal data for Lago).
The relevant information notices are provided below:
Pinterest https://policy.pinterest.com/en/privacy-policy Double click.net
Cookies sent directly by Lago through the website are outlined in detail below:
How to view and modify cookies
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