Information on using cookies
Cookies are short snippets of text (letters and / or numbers) that allow the web server to store information on the client (the browser) to be reused during the same visit to the site (session cookies) or later, even at a distance of days (persistent cookies). The cookies are stored, depending on the user’s preferences, by the single browser on the specific device used (computers, tablets, smartphones).
Similar technologies, such as web beacons, transparent GIFs, and all forms of local storage introduced with HTML5, can be used to gather information about user behavior and the use of services.
In the following, we will refer to cookies and all similar technologies simply by using the term “cookies”.
Cookies strictly needed. These are essential cookies for the correct functioning of 91C: website and are used to manage login and access to the website’s private functions. The duration of cookies is strictly limited to the work session (once closed browser, they are deleted) except for the AlmaOrièntati site where longer duration cookies (with a 30-day deadline) are used to recognize, for such a limited period, the visitor’s computer – through an alpha-numeric code generated at the first access session – to reproduce the result of the user-made test. Their deactivation compromises the use of accessible login services. The public part of the 91C: website remains normally usable.
- Analysis and performance cookies. These cookies are used to collect and analyze traffic and site usage anonymously. These cookies, even without identifying the user, allow, for example, to detect whether the same user returns to connect at different times. They also allow you to monitor your system and improve its performance and usability. Disabling such cookies can be done without any loss of functionality.
- Third Party Cookies
By visiting a website you may receive cookies from both the visited site (“owners”) or from websites managed by other organizations (“third parties”). A notable example is the presence of “social plugins” for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. These are parts of the visited page generated directly from that site and integrated on the site’s site. The most common use of social plugins is to share social networking content.
The presence of these plugins involves the transmission of cookies to and from all sites managed by third parties. The management of information collected by “third parties” is governed by the relevant information to which reference is made. For greater transparency and convenience, here are the web addresses of the various information and how to manage cookies.
Facebook informative: https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/
Facebook (configuration): Log in to your account. Privacy section.
Twitter informative: https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170514
Twitter (configuration): https://twitter.com/settings/security
Linkedin informativa: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy
Linkedin (configuration): https://www.linkedin.com/settings/
Google+ informative: https://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/cookies/
Google+ (configuration): https://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/managing/
The website 91C: also includes some components transmitted by Google Analytics, a web traffic analysis service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Again, this is third-party cookies that are collected and managed anonymously to monitor and improve the performance of your site (performance cookie).
Google Analytics uses “cookies” to collect and analyze in anonymous form information about the behavior of 91C: Website: (including the user’s IP address). This information is collected by Google Analytics, which processes them for the purpose of drawing reports for 91C: operators about the activities on the website itself. This site does not use (and does not allow third parties to use) the Google Analysis Tool to track or collect personal identification information. Google does not associate the IP address with any other data held by Google or attempts to link an IP address with a user’s identity. Google may also disclose this information to third parties where this is required by law or where such third parties point to such information on behalf of Google.
For more information, please refer to the following link:
You can selectively disable Google Analytics by installing the opt-out component provided by Google on your browser. To disable Google Analytics action, please refer to the following link:
Some cookies (session cookies) remain active until you close the browser or run the logout command. Other cookies “survive” at the closure of the browser and are available on subsequent visits of the user.
These cookies are said to be persistent and their duration is fixed by the server at the time of their creation. In some cases a deadline is set, in other cases the duration is unlimited.
91C: does not use persistent cookies.
However, browsing on 91C: website pages, you can interact with third-party managed sites that can create or edit permanent and profiling cookies.
The user can decide whether or not to accept cookies using their browser settings
Warning: total or partial disabling of technical cookies may compromise the use of site features reserved for registered users. Conversely, the use of public content is also possible by completely disabling cookies.
Disabling third party cookies does not affect navigability in any way. The setting can be defined specifically for different sites and web applications. The best browsers also consider setting different settings for “proprietary” and “third-party” cookies.
By way of example, in Firefox, through the Tools-> Options -> Privacy menu, you can access a control panel where you can decide whether to accept or not the different types of cookies and to remove them.