What are Cookies
What types of cookies we use
The myagry.it website, whose owner is Giuseppe Colucci, based in Piazza Vittoria, 1 - 86046 San Martino in Pensilis (Italy), uses both persistent cookies (i.e. cookies that reside in memory until the user has manually deleted them or for which long-term removal is scheduled) and session cookies, which are not stored persistently on the user's computer and are automatically removed when the browser is closed. On the myagry.co.uk website we make use of 3 types of Cookies and below are details and directions on how to manage your preferences in this regard.
Session and persistent cookies
Cookies can expire at the end of a browser session (the period between the user opening a browser window and closing it) or they can be stored for a longer period of time. Session cookies are those that allow the website to link a user's actions during a browser session. Session cookies expire when the browser session ends. Persistent cookies are stored on a user's device between browser sessions, for varying periods of time, and allow a user's preferences or actions with respect to the website to be stored.
Technical and profiling cookies
Technical cookies are those used by the owner of a site for the sole purpose of carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network, or to the extent strictly necessary for the provider of an information society service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user to provide such service. Prior consent of users is not required for the installation of such cookies where they are used directly by the site operator.
Profiling cookies are aimed at creating profiles related to the user and are used in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the same in the context of web browsing. Due to the particular invasiveness that such cookies can have within the private sphere of users, European and Italian regulations provide that the User must be adequately informed about the use of the same, by means of a brief information (banner) and an extended one present on the site, and that he/she must express his/her express consent in this regard the first time he/she visits the site. Such consent may be expressed in a general manner, by interacting with the short information banner on the landing page of the site, in the manner indicated in that banner, or it may be given or withheld selectively, in the manner indicated below. Of this consent, a record is kept on subsequent visits. However, the user always has the option of revoking all or part of the consent already given.
FIRST-PARTY AND THIRD-PARTY COOKIES
A cookie is either "first party" (so-called first party cookie) or "third party" (so-called third party cookie) based on the website or domain from which it originates.
First-party cookies are, in essence, cookies set and managed by the website owner. For these cookies, the obligation of information, acquisition of any prior consent and/or possible blocking of cookies lies with the site owner.
Third-party cookies are cookies set by a domain other than the one visited by the user. For these cookies, the obligation of the information and the indication of the way of possible consent and/or blocking of the cookies lies with the third party, while the site owner is only obliged to include on the site the link to the site of the third party where these elements are available.
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Statistical Cookies (Analytics)
Social Plugins and widgets (third-party)
Our web pages may contain plug-ins from popular social networks (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Google+) operated by the third parties involved. Such plug-ins could, for example, correspond to Facebook's "Like" or Twitter's "Retweet" or Google+'s "+1" buttons. If you access one of our web pages that is equipped with such a plug-in, your Internet browser connects directly to the third parties' servers and the plug-in is displayed on your screen through your browser connection. The plug-in may tell the third-party servers which pages the user has visited. If a social network user visits our web pages while logged into their account, that information may be associated with the account. Even if you use the plug-in features (for example, clicking the "Like" button), the information will be associated with your account.
If you have concerns or disagree with the installation of cookies, you should configure your browser to block the receipt of cookies or not use this site. Disabling cookies, even partially, may, depending on the nature of the cookies disabled/removed, affect the proper functioning of the site. To change the way cookies are used (accept or reject all cookies or accept only those from, for example, specific sites), to block the receipt of cookies or even to delete cookies on your device, simply go into your browser settings (cookie configuration may vary from browser to browser).
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