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Cookie Policy

To help us improve your browsing experience on this website, Necto Group places some cookies on your computer. Last updated: 15 November 2013.

EU and Italian legislation require us to communicate how we use cookies. Necto Group has created this page to explain our use of cookies.

Protecting your privacy and explaining how we use your data in a transparent manner is very important to us. The purpose of this page is to keep you informed and allow you to use our website with peace of mind.

This Necto Group Cookie Policy describes the different types of cookies that may be used for our company-owned site (hereinafter referred to as “Site”. We control this site and it is from this site that you are accessing this Cookie Policy which explains how to manage cookies.

This Cookie Policy is subject to change. Please read the “Last updated” caption at the top of this page to find out when our Cookie Policy was last revised. Any changes to this Policy will come into effect as soon as it is published on the Site or via the same.

WHAT IS A COOKIE?

Cookies are small text files saved on your computer or mobile device. They are commonly used to make internet sites work or operate more efficiently. This is possible because the sites are able to read and write files of this kind, enabling them to recognise you and remember important information that will make your use of the website easier (e.g. remembering your preferred settings).

WHICH COOKIES DO WE USE?

The following is a list of the different types of cookies that may be used for the Site. Please note that if the information collected via cookies is considered personal information, the provisions of the Privacy Policy are applied to supplement this Cookie Policy.

Essential cookies.

The cookies defined as essential are indispensable for the Site’s functioning and allow you to browse and use the services and options. Without them, the Site would not be able to function as well as we would like and certain client-requested services or options could not be made available.

Cookie typeDescriptionHow to manage the cookie
SessionSession cookies are used to retain the application status.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
Load balancingThese types of cookies are used to distribute traffic and lighten server load.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
User identificationIdentification cookies are used to ensure that only the users themselves can view their personal information.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
SecuritySecurity cookies are used for checks and data security protection checks.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.

Preference setting cookies.

These types of cookies collect information regarding your choices and preferences. They also allow us to remember the language and other local settings, and also customise the Site accordingly.

Cookie typeDescriptionHow to manage the cookie
LanguageThe language cookies are used to store the language selected by the user and display the correct options.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
GeolocationIt stores the user’s approximate address (city, county, postcode). This information is obtained from the IP address, in order to be able to automatically select the right country and also display local suppliers and adverts.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
Mobile deviceIf the user views the Site from a mobile device, the cookie detects that the main site has been selected (and therefore that the device is Flash-enabled), instead of the non-Flash version.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
Reference siteThe reference site is recorded to better understand the user’s preferences.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
Last visit and activityRecords the date of the last visit, last activity and other information in order to update users on the changes made after the last visit and better understand the user’s preferences.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
Recently viewed videoThe date and title of a recently viewed video are recorded in order to better understand the user’s preferences.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
Flash CookiesFlash cookies are used to enable audio and video content playback.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
Page historyThe page history cookies are used to keep a track of the sequence of pages visited by the user. If the user receives an error message whilst visiting the Site, the information is saved in a log file containing reports of errors and resolutions.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.

Social plugin tracking cookies. 

These are cookies used to track social media users (and non-users) for market analysis and product development purposes.

Cookie typeDescriptionHow to manage the cookie
FacebookCookies used to track Facebook users (or non-users) for market analysis and product development purposes.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
TwitterCookies used to track Twitter users (or non-users) for market analysis and product development purposes.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.

Analytical cookies.

The statistical analysis cookies collect information on how you use the Site and allow us to improve its functionality. For example, the analytical cookies enable us to find out the most visited Site pages, help us record any difficulties encountered whilst using the site and help us to understand whether our advertising is effective or not. This obtained information is useful for understanding how the site is generally used, instead of focusing on individual users. This internet site uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by a third-party company (Google). Goole installs the cookies described in the above table in order to help us analyse how this Site is used. The information generated by the cookies is transmitted to Google via your browser and stored on servers in the United States and other countries. Google will process this information for us in order to evaluate your use of this Website, by compiling activity reports and providing other activity-related services on the Site and the internet. The IP address obtained via Google Analytics, will not be grouped with the other types of data held by Google. You can choose to disable or block Google cookies by selecting the appropriate settings from your browser. However by doing this, you may not be able to use all of the Site’s functions. You can download and install the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on from this link:http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

Cookie typeDescriptionHow to manage the cookie
AdvertisingDisplays personalised ad content for behavioural and target profiles.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
Market analysisCarries out market analysis.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
Campaigns/promotionsEvaluates campaign effectiveness.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.
Market analysisDetects computer fraud.Change your browser settings to accept or reject them.

HOW ARE THIRD-PARTY COOKIES USED ON OUR SITE?

  • Advertising
  • User identification
  • As indicated in the above table.
  • The cookies may be proprietary or third-party cookies, i.e. activated by Necto Group and/or its affiliates, or activated by the operators of other websites. This site uses both proprietary and third-party cookies.
  • The Site may contain direct links to third-party websites; clicking on these links may result in third-party cookies being saved on your computer or other device. As we do not manage any of the third-party cookies used for these purposes, we recommend checking the website of the third-party operator to clarify its cookie practices and control systems, before clicking on this Site’s link.

HOW ARE THE COOKIES MANAGED?

In addition to the abovementioned alternatives, you can refuse, accept or remove cookies from the Site at any time by activating the settings or accessing them on your browser.  The information on the procedures to follow in order to enable, disable or remove cookies is available from the website of your internet browser provider, and can be accessed from your help screen. You can also consult this link http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/index.html for information on the most popular browsers. Warning: Disabling or removing cookies may prevent some of the Site’s features from being used correctly.

If you decide to delete all the cookies downloaded from sites you have already visited, the links to download three useful programmes for this purpose are provided below:

http://www.lavasoftusa.com/products/ad-aware_se_personal.php, http://www.spybot.info/en/download/index.html,

http://www.webroot.com/consumer/products/spysweeper/.

IP ADDRESS

An IP address is a unique number that identifies a computer or internet-enabled device. As a general rule, a web server automatically collects the IP addresses and uses them to manage the site. IP addresses are usually used in conjunction with cookies for the purpose of “remembering” computers and other devices used to access this Site.  This Site uses IP addresses in conjunction with Cookies.

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