This page describes the website management methods with regard to processing the personal data of users who visit it. This is a disclosure provided according to Art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003
This “Full Information Notice” was drafted and customised specifically for this website, www.emmegisoft.com in accordance with the provisions of the order of 8 May 2014 issued by the Italian Data Protection Authority. It integrates and updates other information notices published on the website and/or issued previously by the company, in combination with which it provides all the elements required by art. 13 of Italian Legislative Decree (D. Lgs.) 196/2003 and subsequent Orders of the Italian Data Protection Authority.
All third parties are hereby informed that the full or even partial use of this information notice on other websites, which would certainly be non-pertinent and/or incorrect and/or inconsistent, may lead to the application of substantial sanctions by the Italian Data Protection Authority.
Purpose of the Information Notice
In this website, our company exploits technologies using so-called “cookies”; the purpose of this Information Notice is to illustrate the methods of use clearly and precisely to users. This document cancels and fully replaces all previous indications give by the company on the subject of cookies, which shall therefore all be considered obsolete.
What are cookies
Cookies are strings of data (very small files) sent from the websites visited by users to their devices (PC, tablet, smartphone, etc.), where they are stored and then sent back to the websites that sent them during subsequent visits to the website by the same users.
Types of cookies and relative purposes
The cookies used in this website are of the following types:
1. Technical cookies: these optimise and speed up the users' navigation of the website, ensuring the efficient use of services and/or various options offered in the website, and are used for example to make purchases or for authentication, when accessing reserved areas. These cookies are required to improve the usability of the website, but can in any case be disabled.
2. Analytical cookies: these are anonymous, aggregated web analysis tools, used to gather information on how users use the website, how they accessed the website, the number and length of the visits, etc. These cookies help to improve the website, to facilitate access and to produce statistics. These cookies are not necessary for the usability of the website and can therefore be disabled.
3. Third-party cookies: these are cookies installed on the users' device by the managers of third party websites, via this website. Third-party cookies, which are mainly for analytical purposes, derive mostly from Google Analytics functions. For more information on Google Analytics click on the following link: http://www.google.it/intl/it/analytics.
To disable the cookies and prevent Google Analytics from gathering your navigation data, you can download an additional browser component to disable Google Analytics by clicking on the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
In particular users can set their browser to so-called "private navigation”, preventing the browser from recording the history of the sites visited, any passwords entered, the cookies and any other information on the pages visited.
Please note that if you decide to disable all cookies (including technical cookies), the quality and speed of the services offered on this website could be drastically reduced, and you may not be able to access some sections of the website.
Practical advice for users for correct browser settings
Google Chrome: Click on the “Customise and control Google Chrome” icon in the top right-hand corner and select "Settings". In the window that opens, select "Show advanced settings" and then “Privacy”; click on "Content settings” where you can block all or part of the cookies.
Microsoft Internet Explorer: click on the "Tools" button in the top right-hand corner then select "Internet options”. In the window that opens, select “Privacy” where you can block all or part of the cookies.
Mozilla Firefox: from the drop-down menu in the top left-hand corner, select "Options". In the window that opens, select “Privacy” where you can block all or part of the cookies.