Cookies Policy

This page explains which kind of cookies are used in this blog and how they are used. Accepting this Cookie Policy you accept the use of the cookies in accordance with what described in this page. If you decide not to accept it we exhort you to set up your browser in a appropriate way or not to use our blog. We remind you that the deactivation of some cookies can condition your web-surfing.

What are cookies?

They are text files that the sites visited by the user send to his browser to improve the web-surfing, to allow the authentication to reserved areas, to memorize the log-in information in order to avoid the user to set up them at each access. Some procedures couldn’t be completed without the use of the cookies.

Cookies are classified depending on the duration and the site that set up them:

  • Session cookies: they remove with the closing of the browser.
  • Persistent cookies: they remove after a predetermined period.
  • First party cookies: set up by the web-sites (with the same domain to that indicated on the web adress bar of the browser), can be read only to that sites. Cookies are usually used to store information such as the preferences to use for the next visits of the site.
  • Third party cookies: during the web-surfing on a site, the user can also receive on his computer different site or web server cookies. This happens because on the web site can be elemnts such as images, links to web pages of other domains that are set on different servers.

How this blog uses cookies

 

Cookie Type Duration Description
Blog post/comments Persistent 1 year

If you leave a comment in this blog, some cookies will be stored to ‘remember’ your name, email address and url. This is purely a convenience, so that you won’t need to re-type all your information again when you want to leave another comment. Three cookies are set for commenters:

  • comment_author
  • comment_author_email
  • comment_author_url

The commenter cookies are set to expire a little under one year from the time they’re set.

Share content onto social network Third party These are cookies set on your machine by external websites whose services are used on this site. Cookies of this type are the sharing buttons across the blog allow visitors to share content onto social networks. Cookies are currently set by Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest and Reddit. If you want to prevent sites setting third party cookies, instructions to do so are www.aboutcookies.org/.
Google Analytics First party

This blog uses Google Analytics, to understand how people use this blog, and to discover areas on this blog with issues. Google Analytics is a tool to provide statistic based on navigation and index of this blog. Data are collected in a completely anonymous and aggregated way. More info on www.google.com/intl/it/policies/privacy/.

Login Session / First party

This blog is built over wordpress platform so when you want to login to the admin console area, /wp-admin/ wordpress uses the wordpress_[hash] session cookie to store your authentication details.

After login, wordpress sets the wordpress_logged_in_[hash] session cookie, which indicates when you’re logged in, and who you are, for most interface use.

WordPress also sets a few wp-settings-{time}-[UID] cookies with duration of one year. The number on the end is your individual user ID from the users database table. This is used to customize your view of admin interface, and possibly also the main site interface.

This blog also uses Google Apps Login plugin to give you another way to login to the admin console area. Google Apps Login plugin allows existing WordPress user accounts to login to the admin console area using Google to securely authenticate their account. This means that if you are already logged into Gmail, for example, you can simply click your way through the WordPress login screen – no username or password is explicitly required. Google Apps Login plugin sets the google_apps_login cookie and it will expire under one day from the time it has been set.

Multi language contents (qTranslate plugin) Session / First party This blog uses qTranslate plugin to manage multi language contents and store the following cookies:

  • qtrans_admin_language – A first party cookie to set the primary language of the website administrator (30 days duration)
  • qtrans_cookie_test – A Session cookie to test if cookies are enabled
  • qtrans_front_language – A first party cookie to set the user Language code (1 year duration)
Acknowledgment state of Cookies Policy First party 1 year This blog set the cookie “viewed_cookie_policy” for the Acknowledgment state of Cookies Policy.

 

How to manage or delete the cookies

Most internet browser are set up to accept the cookies automatically. You can modify this setting to stop the cookies or to be informed every time the cookies are sent to the web-surfing device. At the end of each web surfing session is possible to delete from your computer the collected cookies. There are different ways to manage the cookies. Read the specific instructions of the used browser. If you use different devices to visualize and enter into the sites (such as computer, smartphone, tablet), you’ll have to check that each browser will be regulated to express the preferences about the cookies. For more information about the management of the cookies read the page http://www.aboutcookies.org/

Selecting the underlying links it is possible the access to the specific instructions fot the managment of the cookies through some of the main web surfing programs..

To delete the cookie that memorize the acceptance of this policy about the cookie click here.

 

Cookies Policy ultima modifica: 2015-05-28T01:46:45+00:00 da Anna Mattedi

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