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Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy provides you with information on cookie types and the aims and methods of the use/management of cookies we send when you browse through PolimodaMag website.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are sent from a website to the user’s browser and then stored on the user’s device (e.g. computers, tablets, smartphones, etc.) to be sent back to the site on the next visit. Based on the subject managing the cookies sent from a website, there are mainly two types of cookie:

–   Proprietary cookies are those managed directly by the proprietor and/or publisher of the website (Polimoda)
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Proprietary cookies

Cookies have an important role to play in browsing. We can use them to provide users with a better, simpler website experience. Polimoda does not use proprietary cookies to map the online behaviour of users of its websites for marketing purposes. Cookies do not allow individual users visiting the website to be recognised. Polimoda uses cookies to give users a better and simpler website experience, collecting information about the way the site is used, providing updated functions and offering a personal browsing experience. The purpose of cookies, therefore, is to improve a user’s navigation experience.

Technical Cookies

Technical cookies serve to allow users to have a normal browsing experience and to make our website more accessible. They are used to track – in compliance with current laws (prov. ref. “Identification of simplified methods for policy statement and consent to the use of cookies” of 8 May 2014) – user consent to the receipt of cookies. Technical consent is divided into two categories:

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When you browse on our website, it is possible for you to be sent some cookies that are not part of our website or directly trackable to third-party websites. Polimoda has no control over cookies used by third parties and therefore, to look further at the use of information used by these third parties, you should check their privacy policy and cookie disabling options.

Some third parties may send cookies through PolimodaMag website, which allow them to understand the browsing habits and preferences of site users. Some types of third-party cookies allow us to collect statistics concerning the visits received by the site and browsing habits of users, for the purposes of making our websites a better place to visit.

Consent to the placement of cookies

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How to change browser settings

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Normally in the browser guide (on-line help) it is easy to find information about how to disable or delete cookies stored on a device. For information purposes only, here is a list of links that may provide information for the main browsers:

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List of Cookies

COOKIES NAME SCOPE TYPE
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List of other Third-party Cookies

NAME SCOPE
.youtube.com (youtube video on page) We use YouTube to provide video content for our visitors. When a video embedded in our website is watched, YouTube creates these cookies to optimise streaming performance and update the number of visitors to our video. No personal data is recorded. For more information, read the Google Privacy Policy.
.youtube.com Google sets a certain number of cookies on pages containing a YouTube video. These include information connecting your visits to our website with your Google account, if accessed. Information on the use of our website, including your IP address, can be transmitted to Google. This cookie does not identify you to Google personally, unless you are connected to Google, in which case, it is connected to your Google account. For more information, read the Google Privacy Policy.
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