What cookies are
Navigating on the Site will result in the receipt of cookies, brief text strings that the websites visited send to the user’s browser (i.e., the program used to navigate, such as Chrome, Explorer, Mozilla, etc.), where they are recorded and are then retransmitted to those websites during subsequent visits. While navigating on the Site, the user may also receive cookies on his or her computer from Site or web servers other than the one the user is visiting (“third-party” cookies). A distinction can be made between technical cookies, which make it possible to perform activities that are strictly connected to the function of the Site and can be used freely, and profiling cookies, which are used to show advertising messages to the user that reflect preferences the user demonstrated while navigating and for which the user’s consent must be obtained.
Through the Site, the user’s browser may receive technical cookies and third-party profiling cookies.
Specifically, technical navigational cookies are used to record navigation preferences and improve navigation on the Site. The legal basis for the processing of personal data of the users is the provision of the services to the users.
In particular, Praxis uses the following technical cookies:
|Cookies’ name||Expiration Date|
Analytical cookies collect, in anonymous and aggregated form, statistical information about users’ navigation methods (for example, number of pages visited and accesses, time stayed on the Site) which are useful for understanding how the Site can be improved. The legal basis for the processing of the personal data of the users through cookies analytics is the consent of the users, which they are requested to provide to Praxis at the time of their first visit to the Site.
In particular, Praxis uses the following analytics cookies:
Collect (Used to send data to Google Analytics about the visitor's device and behavior.
Tracks the visitor across devices and marketing channels.)
|_ga (Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.)||2 years|
|_gat (Used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate)||1 day|
|_gid (Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.)||1 day|
Disclosures of personal data of the users
Praxis does not share the personal data of the users it collects through cookies with any third party. Access to the personal data of the users may be given to trusted external service providers engaged by Praxis, such as companies providing IT services and Site hosting, only to the extent necessary for the provision of their services to Praxis. These service providers act as data processors in relation to the personal data of the users and are bound to process the personal data of the users exclusively on behalf and under Praxis’ instructions and to implement strict security measures for protecting the personal data of the users.
How to manage cookies on the browser of the users
The user can set his or her browser so he or she will be notified that cookies are present and can decide whether to accept a specific cookie or automatically reject all cookies. The links to manage activation/deactivation of cookies for the main browsers are provided below:
If you decide to reject cookies, some of the interactive features offered by the Site may not be usable in whole or in part.
These are cookies that are required for the operation of our website.
They allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and to see how visitors move around our website when they are using it.
These are used to recognise you when you return to our website. This enables us to personalise our content for you. We will use this information to make our website, the advertising displayed on it and communications sent more relevant to your interests.