COOKIE INFORMATION pursuant to Article 13 of the Privacy Code (Legislative Decree 196/2003)
The following information applies only to the website www.angelinipharma.com and not to any other websites that the user might consult or access through links that this website may include.
Cookies are text files that contain bundles of information that are stored on the directory of the web browser of a user’s computer or mobile device (e.g. notebook, tablet, smartphone, etc.) every time a website is accessed online through the browser. Whenever this website is visited again subsequently, the browser sends these cookies to the website that originated them or to another website. The cookies allow these websites to memorise some information so that the person visiting the website can explore it quickly and easily. A cookie cannot bring up any other data from the user’s hard drive, not can it transmit computer viruses or obtain email addresses. Every cookie is unique to the user’s browser. Similar technologies, e.g. web beacons or transparent GIFs, can be used to gather information on a user’s behaviour and his/her use of the services.
In this document entitled “Cookie Information”, all such technologies will be referred to as “cookies”.
There are various types of cookies, some devised to make use of the website more efficient and to improve the browsing experience of the user, others enabling particular functions to operate. More information on cookies can be found at the following URL sites:
Types of cookies used
1. Technical cookies
Technical cookies are used to make certain sections of the website function correctly.
This internet website uses only technical cookies, those that are “strictly necessary to transmit a communication or provide a specific service as requested by a subscriber or user” (Article 122 paragraph 1 of the Privacy Code).
They can be divided into browser cookies and session cookies, which ensure that the website functions properly:
• analytics cookies, which are technical cookies when they are used to measure and analyse overall user numbers and behaviour on a particular website;
• functionality cookies, which make it possible to tailor the website according to various choices made by the user (e.g. language, etc), in order to provide improved service.
No prior consent from users is required for the installation of these types of cookies, although the obligation to provide information about them still stands, in accordance with Article 13 of the Code.
The acquisition and processing of data obtained by the use of technical cookies is necessary if the website is to function properly. If a user objects to the use of these technical cookies, he/she will not be able to access and view the website properly.
Here is a list of the technical and analytics cookies used by this website:
Apart from technical cookies, the general rule governing the use of an electronic communication network “to gain access to information stored in the terminal equipment of a subscriber or user” is that prior informed consent must be given by the user, i.e. that the user should opt in rather than opt out.
This means that all cookies that cannot rightly be termed “technical”, and which therefore are more critical for user privacy protection, e.g. those used to provide a profile of the user, may not be installed on users’ terminals unless the user has been adequately informed in advance and has given a valid consent.
Here is a list of the profile cookies used by this website:
2. Third-party websites
When browsing a website, the user may receive cookies from third parties.
Third-party cookies are installed by a different website from the one the user is browsing. This is because every website may contain elements (pictures, maps, sounds, specific links to web pages of other domains, etc,) that are on servers other than that of the website being viewed.
Here is a list of the third-party cookies used by this website:
• tuuid (adbrn.com)
• uid, uvc, uit, dt, bt, loc, bt2 (addthis.com)
• sess, uuid2 (adnxs.com)
• ATTACID (at.atwola.com)
• id (doubleclick.net)
• jtc-mdwbtbh (jumptap.com)
• uuid, uuidc (mathtag.com)
• ASP.NET_SessionId, mk (ssl.medikey.it)
• TapAd_TS, TapAd_DID (tapad.com)
• _tmid (tubemogul.com)
• rrs, rds, rv, mpc, uid (turn.com)
• guest_id (twitter.com)
3. How to manage cookies by configuring the browser
Here are the pages of browser suppliers that give detailed instructions on how to set your privacy preferences according to the browser used:
• Mozilla Firefox: Enable and disable cookies
• Google Chrome: Manage cookies and other website data
• Safari 6/7 (Mavericks): Manage cookies and other website data data
• Safari 8 (Yosemite): Manage cookies and other website data data
• Internet Explorer: Enable and disable cookies
• Opera: Cookies
• Safari iOS (mobile): Safari web setting on your Iphone, iPad or Pad touch
4. Data subject’s rights
A data subject has the right to obtain confirmation at any time as to whether or not personal data concerning him/her exist and to be informed of the content and origin of such data, to verify whether it is correct, and to obtain updating, rectification or integration of the data (Article 7 of the Privacy Code).
This Article states that a data subject has the right to obtain erasure, anonymization or blocking of data that has been processed unlawfully, and to object on legitimate grounds to the processing of personal data concerning him/her.
These rights may be exercised by making a request to the data controller Acraf S.p.A., viale Amelia, 70, 00181 Roma