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Cookies are short text files that are downloaded to your device when you visit a website. On each subsequent visit, the cookies are either sent back to the website that issued them (first party cookies) or to another website that recognises them (third party cookies). Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognise the User’s device. They serve various purposes, such as allowing you to navigate efficiently between pages, remembering your favourite sites and generally improving your browsing experience. They also help to ensure that the advertising content displayed online is more targeted to the user and their interests. Depending on their function and purpose of use, cookies can be divided into technical cookies, profiling cookies and third party cookies.

Please note that by default almost all web browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. However, visitors/users can change the default configuration. As mentioned above, however, disabling or deleting cookies may prevent the optimal use of some areas of the site or affect the use of services under authentication. Many of the cookies used are automatically deleted from the hard drive of your computer at the end of each browsing session (hence the name “session cookies”). On the other hand, there are cookies that remain on the hard disk. Their permanence is quite long (a few years) for reasons of convenience. Once the Customer has visited the site for the first time, the system will be able to recognise on each subsequent visit that the Customer has already been to the site and will therefore retrieve the Customer’s favourite requests and data (long term cookies). These cookies will enable the Customer not to have to re-enter his password or fill in forms each time he logs in again. Cookies can also be deactivated by selecting the corresponding parameters in the specific browser options. It should be noted, however, that in this way the Customer will not be able to take full advantage of certain functions of the site.

In addition, the cookies may be the site’s own (used, for example, to find out the number of pages visited on the site) or third-party cookies (i.e. generated by other sites to deliver content on the site you are visiting). This site may use anonymous third-party cookies in order to dynamically manage the delivery of advertising messages. The most popular browsers provide the possibility of blocking third-party cookies only, accepting only the site’s own cookies. Moreover, some companies that generate cookies on third-party sites offer the possibility to deactivate and/or inhibit in a simple and immediate manner only their own cookies, even when these are anonymous, i.e. they do not involve the registration of personal identification data (such as, for example, the IP address).

Cookies placed for the purpose of aggregate analysis of site visits

Werking di Andrea Sega uses tools for the aggregate analysis of navigation data to improve the Websites: Google Analytics, a service provided by the company Google Inc. (“Google”). These tools use cookies that are deposited on the User’s device in order to allow the manager of the Websites to analyse how users use the sites themselves. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the Websites (including your IP address, which has been rendered anonymous by removing certain digits) will be transmitted to and stored by Google. This information is used for the purpose of evaluating your use of the Websites, compiling reports on website activity for website operators and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. In order to protect user confidentiality as much as possible, Werking di Andrea Sega applies the ‘IP masking’ option, which requires the system to black out the last 8 digits of the visitor’s IP address before any processing, thus making the data analysed anonymous. Users who do not want cookies related to Google Analytics can prevent them from being stored on their computers by using the “Google Analytics deactivation browser add-on” made available by Google at To activate the component, which prevents the system from sending information about your visit, simply install it by following the instructions on the screen, close and reopen your browser. By using this website, you consent to the processing of data about you by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above. For further information on Google Analytics, please refer to Cookies and Analytics and the relevant privacy policy for Google Analytics.

How to disable cookies

Most internet browsers are initially set to accept cookies automatically. You can change these settings to block cookies or to warn you that cookies are being sent to your device. There are various ways to manage cookies. The user can refer to the help screen of his browser to find out how to adjust or modify his browser settings. In the case of different devices (e.g. computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.), you should ensure that each browser on each device is adjusted to reflect your cookie preferences.
However, we remind you that disabling navigation or functional cookies may cause the site to malfunction and/or limit the service we offer.
For any third party cookies that may be used by this website, please find below the links to the website where you can disable them. For more information on cookies and to manage your preferences on third party profiling cookies we invite you to visit 

Technical Cookies

Technical cookies are those whose use does not require the User’s consent pursuant to Article 122, paragraph 1 of Legislative Decree 196/2003. Among these technical cookies, we point out the essential cookies, also called “strictly necessary”, which enable functions, without which it would not be possible to fully use the Site. These cookies are used exclusively by Werking di Andrea Sega and are therefore first party cookies. They are only saved on the user’s computer during the current browser session. Essential cookies are used, for example, when keeping track of an item added to the shopping cart, the currency and language the User has chosen while browsing, or when filling out a form. These cookies also facilitate the transition from http to https when changing pages, so that the security of the data transmitted is always guaranteed. Such a cookie is also used to store your decision to use cookies on our website. Essential cookies cannot be disabled by using the functions of the Site. Technical cookies also include those used to statistically analyse access or visits to the site, also known as “analytics” cookies, which are used exclusively for statistical purposes (but not for marketing or profiling purposes) and collect information in aggregate form without the possibility of tracing the identification of the individual user (anonymised, see above). These cookies can be deactivated and/or deleted via the browser settings.

These essential cookies cannot be disabled using the functions of this website. In general, cookies can be deactivated completely in your browser at any time.
Below, we list the name and purpose of each technical cookie that we use

Name Purpose Cookies
Cookies disclaimer This cookie tracks whether or not a user has accepted the use of the different types of cookies on the site. The cookie is of a permanent type and is deleted if it changes.    CookieLaw
Navigation These cookies are used to anonymously identify the user and store navigation and viewing preferences.    Token
Authentication This cookie is used when the user logs in to the CMU website.

Profiling cookies

Profiling cookies, in the words of the Garante, are “designed to create profiles of the user and are used to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user while surfing the web”. For these, adequate information and a request for consent is required because both the Guarantor and Europe consider them invasive with respect to the private sphere of users.
Werking di Andrea Sega does not use profiling cookies.

Third party cookies

While browsing Werking di Andrea Sega’s website, the User may also receive cookies from different websites or web servers (so-called “third party” cookies): this happens because the website may contain elements such as, for example, images, maps, sounds, specific links to web pages of other domains that reside on servers other than the one on which the requested page is located. In other words, these cookies are set directly by operators of websites or servers other than the Site. These third parties could theoretically set cookies while you are visiting the Site and thus obtain information relating to the fact that you have visited Werking di Andrea Sega. You will find more information on the use of cookies by accessing the link provided (Privacy Policy). If you decide not to allow the use of third party cookies, you will only be able to use those features of the Site that do not require such cookies.
Below, for each third party cookie on the Site, we list the name, purpose, the name of the third party storing the information and the relevant link to the third party’s website.

Name Purpose Cookies Privacy Policy
Facebook We use technologies such as cookies, pixels and local storage (e.g. in your browser or device, similar to a cookie but capable of holding more information) to provide and investigate a range of products and services.
We use these technologies to do things like: make it easier and faster to use Facebook; enable features, store information about you (including on your device or in your browser cache) and your use of Facebook; display, study and improve advertising; monitor and study the use of your products and services; and protect you, other people and Facebook. For example, we may use these tools to learn whether you are logged into Facebook, help you use social plug-ins and share buttons, or learn whether you interact with advertising or Platform partners. act
xs Facebook Policy
Google Analytics We use information, obtained through limited and anonymised tracking, to improve the content of the site in order to improve navigation paths within the site. This information, for example, helps us to understand the number of pages viewed, the search engine from which you came, the keyword used.    _ga
_gat* Policy Analytics
Microsoft Bing Ads Use Bing Ads information to promote online activity
Bing Ads wants to ensure that any information it collects remains anonymous and cannot be used to identify you.    Bing Policy
Google Maps These cookies are used by Google Maps. They do not contain sensitive or personal data.    PREF
Khcookie Policy Google
Youtube Some of our pages have embedded YouTube videos. Youtube may set cookies on your computer for these components.    GEUP
YSC Policy Google
AddThis cookies allow visitors to share content with a wide range of sharing network platforms.    _atuvc
_atuvs Privacy AddThis