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Cookies Policy

Cookies Policy

With reference to Article 122, section 2 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 and in accordance with the simplified methods for the policy and the acquisition of consent for the use of cookies published in Official Gazette no. 126 of 3 June 2014 and the relevant provisions records no. 229 of 8 May 2014, which states that:

1 - The website www.smwautoblok.com (hereafter the "Site") uses cookies to offer its services to Users when browsing its pages. Autoblok S.p.A. is responsible for processing the data. (contact information is at the bottom of each page)
2 - The policy is only valid for the Site and for any related second- and third-level domains and not for sites that can be consulted through links.
3 - If the user does not consent to the use of cookies, by not explicitly accepting navigational cookies or by using specific browser configurations or IT programs to browse the pages that comprise the Site, or modifying the settings when using third-party services within the Site, the browsing experience may be negatively impacted and certain features may not be available.
4 - The Site does NOT make direct use (first-part cookie) of PROFILING cookies for users.
5 - The Site does NOT allow the sending of THIRD-PARTY PROFILING cookies (third-part cookie).
6 - The Site only makes direct use of TECHNICAL cookies to save session settings and, as a result, facilitate the user’s browsing.
7 - The Site may make use of third-party TECHNICAL cookies (not all services are necessarily active):
Google
Google Analytics is used to collect ANONYMOUS statistics and monitor and analyse traffic data.
Google Maps and YouTube are used to include multimedia content within the site.
ShareThis
ShareThis is used to facilitate the sharing of content on the most common social-networking platforms.
Disqus
This service is used to facilitate and improve the management of comments on content.
Vimeo
This popular video-streaming service uses cookies to optimise the use of its services. Moreover, the Site may include Vimeo videos in certain cases.
Social Buttons
Social buttons are buttons that make it possible to share content more quickly and easily on the most common social-networking platforms. The details of the main services are below:

Google+ +1 button and social widgets (Google Inc.)
The Google+ +1 button and social widgets (including comments) are services for interacting with Google+ social networks. They are provided by Google Inc.
Personal data collected: Cookies and Usage data
Processing location: USA
Facebook “Like” button and social widgets
(Facebook, Inc.)
The Facebook “Like” button and social widgets are services for interacting with Facebook. They are provided by Facebook, Inc.
Personal data collected: Cookies and Usage data
Processing location: USA
Twitter Tweet button and social widgets
(Twitter, Inc.)
The Twitter Tweet button and social widgets are services for interacting with Twitter. They are provided by Twitter, Inc.
Personal data collected: Cookies and Usage data
Processing location: USA
Linkedin button and social widgets (Linkedin Corp.)
The Linkedin button and social widgets are services for interacting with Linkedin. They are provided by Linkedin Inc.
Personal data collected: Cookies and Usage and browsing data
Processing location: USA

Cookie Script
The Site uses Cookie Script to accept using cookies. If you consent to the use of cookies, an additional technical cookie named cookiescriptaccept will be written to remember your decision in future.

Privacy Policy
8 - This page can be reached via a link found on every page of the Site.
9 - If you do not consent to the use of cookies, no cookie will be written to the user’s device, except the technical cookie for the session. You will still be able to browse the Site, but some parts may not function correctly.
But what are cookies?
Cookies are files or piece of data that can be saved onto the user’s computer (or another device that is able to browse the internet, such as smartphones or tablets) when visiting a website. A cookie typically contains the name of the website that the cookie comes from, the duration of the cookie (or the time that the cookie will be stored on the device for) and content (number, string, etc.) that allows it to perform its function.
For more information, visit the English-language website aboutcookies.org.

What are cookies used for?
Cookies are used to make browsing easier and to better adapt the website to the user’s needs. Cookies can also be used to speed up the user’s future experiences and activities on other websites and are used to compile anonymous aggregate statistics that reveal how users use the sites, in order to help improve the structure and content of these sites.

Different types of cookies
Technical cookies: these are cookies that facilitate browsing or provide a service requested by the user. They are not used for any other purposes and are typically installed directly by the manager of the website you are browsing. Without these cookies, certain operations could not be performed or would be more complex and/or less secure (for example, cookies that make it possible to identify and remember the use during the session).
Profiling cookies: these are cookies that are used to track the user’s online browsing and create profiles of their tastes, habits, choices, etc. These cookies make it possible to send advertisements to the user’s device that are consistent with the preferences said user has displayed in their online browsing.
First-part cookies are cookies that are generated and used directly by the manager of the website the user is browsing.
Third-part cookies are cookies that are generated and managed by someone other than the manager of the website the user is browsing (based on a contract between the Data Processor for the website and the third party)
Session cookies and Persistent cookies:
While the difference between a first-part cookie and a third-part cookie concerns the subject responsible for initially sending the cookie to your device, the difference between a session cookie and a persistent cookie concerns the difference timeframe that the cookie works for. Session cookies are cookies that typically last until you close your web browser. When you finish your browsing session, the cookie expires. As the name indicates, persistent cookies are cookies that are constant and that continue to work after you have closed your browser.
How can I control how my browser manages cookies?
All modern browsers allow you to control your privacy settings, including the use of cookies. In particular, the user can intervene on the browser’s general behaviour towards cookies (for example, instructing it to NOT accept them in future) and display and/or delete previously installed cookies.

We outline the procedures for accessing these settings in the most commonly used browsers below:
Chrome
Internet Explorer
Firefox
Opera
Safari 6/7
Safari 8
Safari mobile
AUTOBLOK S.p.A. Via Duca d'Aosta n. 24, fraz. Novaretto - 10040 Caprie (TO) ITALY
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