What is a cookie and what is it used for?
A cookie is a small piece of data that is used to store information on your computer’s browser or program data subfolders when you visit a website, such as www.chiggiatotrasporti.com (“website”).
They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the website.
Type of Cookies
Technical or browsing cookies
Technical cookies are designed to ensure the proper operation of our website, without which your browsing experience would not be as pleasant.
Thanks to technical cookies the site remembers your actions and preferences (eg. Login areas of personal/confidential information (if any), navigation language (if any), acceptance of cookies) so you don’t have to enter them again when you return to the site or navigate from page to page.
The analytical cookies are used to collect information about the site.
The data is collected only for the purpose of anonymous statistical analysis to improve the navigability of the site and make content relevant to user requests. The analytical cookies collect anonymous data about user activity and how he has come to the pages of the site.
The analytical cookies are sent both from us and from third-party domains.
Cookie analysis of third-party services
Cookies from third-party analysis are used to collect information in anonymous form on the website’s use (pages visited, time spent, traffic sources of origin, geographic origin, age, gender and interests) to define marketing campaigns. These cookies are sent from third-party domains outside the site.
Our site uses third-party cookies, from Google Analytics. This cookie service is not a tool of our ownership; for more information, therefore, you can consult the information provided by Google at: http://www.google.it/policies/privacy/partners/.
Below is the list of technical and analytics cookies used by this site:
__utma – persistent, time of visit of the user, needs third party service (Google Analytics and Webmaster). It lasts two years
__utmb – persistent dropout rate (approximate value) of the user, needs third party service (Google Analytics). It lasts 30 minutes
__utmc – persistent, calculates the duration of a visit of a user, needs third-party service (Google Analytics). It lasts 30 minutes
__utmt – persistent, handles the request limit (throttle), needs third party service (Google Analytics). It lasts 30 minutes
__utmz – persistent – source user,needs third party service (Google Analytics). It lasts 6 months
_ga – persistent, used to distinguish users, needs third party service (Google Analytics). It lasts two years
PHPSESSID – session, in PHP necessary to identify the single session of a user.
LANG – persistent, used by the site to view the site in the language chosen by the user. It lasts 6-12 months
NOTE: Some of the cookies mentioned above can be activated at specific times or after access to specific sections of the site.
How can I disable cookies?
Most web browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) are configured to automatically accept cookies. However, most of them also allow some control of most cookies through browser settings, including the disabling of cookies at any time. We wish to make you aware, however, that disabling technical/browsing cookies or functional cookies may prevent our website from functioning correctly and/or may not allow you to fully and effectively take advantage of the services we offer.
To find out more about cookies, including how to manage and disable third-party or marketing/retargeting cookies, visit www.youronlinechoices.com.
In order to disable analytical cookies and to opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites, you can download the Google Analytics Opt Out Browser Add-on: tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.