Cookies policy

Cookies policy

Italian Cookie Law, which came into force on June 3, 2015, stipulates that web site managers cannot install cookies for profiling and marketing purposes on user terminals, without first having properly informed them and having obtained a valid consent.

What is a Cookie

Cookies are small text files that are placed on the user's device when they visit a website. At each subsequent visit, cookies are returned to the website that originated them (cookies of the first part) or to another site that recognizes them (third party cookies). They can have different purposes, such as allowing you to navigate efficiently between pages, remember favorite sites, improve navigation experience.

Cookies could also help deliver targeted advertising content, for example, keeping track of your browsing history. Depending on the feature and the subject that originated the cookies, they may be subdivided into technical cookies, analytics cookies, profiling cookies, first-party cookies, and third-party cookies.

Cookies used by the RISA Trading Srl ("first part" cookies) are technical.

Technical cookies are those whose archiving does not require the prior consent of the interested party pursuant to art. 122 paragraph 1 of the Privacy Code. This category includes essential cookies or those strictly necessary for Internet browsing, which enable features without which it would not be possible to make full use of the Site. Technical cookies are saved on the device used for internet browsing by the user only during individual Browser usage sessions and cannot be disabled due to the bad use of the Site.

Third Party Cookies

While browsing the Site, the User may also receive third-party site or third-party web server cookies ("third-party cookies") on your terminal. This is because the Site may have items that reside on servers other than The one on which the requested page is located. In other words, these cookies are set directly by web site managers or servers other than the Site. These third parties may set cookies on the user's device while browsing the internet and thus obtain information about the fact that the user visited the Site

Google Analytics

These cookies are related to the presence on the RISA Site of certain items from other web servers (Google maps, YouTube movies, etc.). To prevent your use of your data from Google Analytics, an add-on is available to install on your browser, which can be downloaded here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

Twitter

These cookies are generated by Twitter and allow integration into the Site tweet feature site (sharing site pages via your Twitter account).

How to deactivate Cookies

Most browsers are initially set up to automatically accept cookies, so users can handle it - request general deactivation or delete cookies by modifying the settings of your Internet browser. Such deactivation may, however, slow down or block access to some parts of the site. The settings for managing or disabling cookies may vary depending on the internet browser you are using, so if you have more information about how to do this, we suggest that you read your device's manual or "Help" or "Help" of your internet browser.

Below are shown to Users the links explaining how to handle or disable cookies for the most popular Internet browsers:

Information

Information and inquiries regarding privacy and cookies can be addressed to the Controller, by e-mail at the following address: info@risatrading.it

Legal references

Notice to European Users: This privacy policy is written in compliance with the requirements of Art. 10 of Directive n. 95/46 / EC as well as the provisions of Directive 2002/58 / EC as updated by Directive 2009/136 / EC on Cookie.

Privacy

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Disclosure on the treatment of personal data (according to dell’Art. 13 D.lgs. 30 June 2003 n. 196)

Cookies policy

Italian Cookie Law, which came into force on June 3, 2015, stipulates that web site managers cannot install cookies for profiling and marketing purposes on user terminals, without first having properly informed them and having obtained a valid consent.