09) WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or mobile device. Whenever you visit a website, the website sends a cookie to the computer or device you’re using to access it; your computer or device automatically stores the cookie and sends it back to the website whenever you will revisit it. Cookies (and/or similar technologies like SDK technologies for mobile devices) can be stored permanently on your device (persistent cookies) or have a variable duration; in fact, they can expire once you log off or close your browser, thus having a duration limited to the single session (session cookies). Moreover, cookies can be installed by www.rivedil.com and/or https://9q10.rivedil.com/ (first-party cookies) or by other websites (third-party cookies).
Cookies can be used for different purposes, as it is more specifically explained in the following point 10.
For profiling activities, personal data collected by cookies are treated for a period not exceeding 12 months, since consent acquisition.
Any information about cookies installed through the Rivedil.com website and/or consequent uses are shown below, as well as any information you may need about how to manage your preferences about them.
10) WHAT COOKIES ARE USED ON OUR WEBSITE?
10.1 First-party cookies and related purposes
Decorazioni Rivedil s.r.l. uses first-party cookies for the following purposes mainly:
Analytical purposes, to collect service usage statistics (i.e., number of visitors, page views, and so on).
We use these cookies for analysing our website traffic anonymously, and we do not storage personal data.
This cookie is necessary for saving browsing preferences and consent settings on the www.rivedil.com and/or https://9q10.rivedil.com/ websites.
10.2 Third-party cookies and related purposes
The main purposes of cookies used on our websites and set by third parties are:
Analytical purposes, to collect service usage statistics (i.e., number of visitors, page views, and so on). These cookies are used for analysing web traffic on our pages and customer behaviour, in an aggregated anonymous way.
One of Google Analytics cookie features is that of IP anonymization.
Data generated by Google Analytics are stored by Google, as it is stated in the Notice available at:
If you want to read the Privacy Notice released by Google Inc., which is the independent controller for personal data relating to the Google Analytics service, please read:
If you want to disable Google Analytics, please visit https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it, where you can find an add-on browser component Google made available at this purpose.
please see the Cookies Policy section: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie_policy
please see the Cookies Policy section: http://www.dailymotion.com/legal/cookiespolicy
Moreover, cookies specifically developed for «social networks» may be enabled. These cookies allow the user to interact through social networks (see the “share” function in Facebook). When this command is displayed on a web page, a direct connection with the selected social network is established.
11) HOW IS THE COOKIE CONSENT GIVEN (OPT-IN)?
Consent to profiling cookies is given by the user in the following ways: closing the banner where the short notice is displayed, scrolling the page where the banner is displayed o clicking on any of its elements. You can withdraw your consent at any time.
As all technical cookies do not require consent, they are automatically installed when you access the website or the service.
12) HOW BE THE COOKIE CONSENT MAY WITHDRAWN (OPT-OUT)?
Cookies can be totally disabled in your browser by using the specific function, available in the majority of browsing software. If you want to Opt-out and disable ads by changing settings on your mobile devices, please follow the instructions below:
Open the “Google Settings” app on your device
Scroll down and click or tap “Google”
Click or tap “Ads settings”
Click or tap “Turn off the Ads based on your interests” setting or “Disable personalized ads”
The advertising ID on iOS devices is hidden by Apple by default but can be retrieved with third-party apps. Apple calls this identifier an “Identifier for Advertisers” or IDFA.
For further information on how to limit ads tracking, please open the “Settings” app or visit the webpage “https://support.apple.com/it-it/HT205223”.
13) FURTHER INFORMATION ON COOKIES AND OPT-OUT OPTIONS
Youronlinechoices.com and Networkadvertising.org are web platforms offering the possibility to decline or accept cookies from many digital advertising professionals.
If you want to know more about personalized ads, you may refer to the following sources:
European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EIDAA)
Network Advertising Initiative (NAI)
Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB)