Politique de Cookie
Cookies do not allow the access to other data stored in the user’s device, although cookies will physically be downloaded on the latter. Cookies cannot load any kind of code, transfer virus or malware and do not damage the user’s computer.
Below, you can find detailed information on the cookies installed through this website and all necessary indications on how to manage the related preferences.
When accessing for the first time any of the pages of www.comdatagroup.com, the user will view a brief information notice on the use of the cookies together with a set of related buttons, all contained in the so-called “cookie banner”.
By clicking on the “accept all” button, the user consents to the use of all cookies as described in the policy. By clicking on “reject all” the user only accepts technical cookies and those strictly functional to the use of the site. By clicking on the “customise your choices” button the user can access the cookie management panel, where s/he can choose the functionalities, third parties and cookies he wishes to authorise and give (or revoke – in case s/he has already given it) the consent to the use of each category of cookie. Except in the case of justified exemptions, the site remembers on the device the choice made by the user for 6 months, so the cookie banner will not be displayed in subsequent connections through the same device.
However, the user always has the possibility of revoking all or part of the consent already given by clicking on “customise your choices” at the bottom of each page of the site, as well as manually managing cookies (please see the paragraph “Changing your preferences or configuring your device not to receive cookies”).
If you are experiencing technical problems in providing consent, please don’t hesitate to contact us through the appropriate channels on this site so that we can assist you.
Types of cookies we use
When you browse this site you will receive both first-party cookies and cookies from third party sites, who may set cookies on your device on our behalf in order to execute their services.
In order to allow the use of our website and to supply our services, we use both the so-called persistent cookies (i.e. cookies, which remain on the user’s computer/device memory until the user erases them manually or for a pre-defined period of time) and the so-called session cookies, which are not stored on the user’s computer/device forever and disappear when the user closes the browser.
We use different kinds of cookies – with their own specific functions. These cookies can be classified as follows:
THIRD -PARTY COOKIES
www.comdatagroup.com uses third-party cookies. Third-party cookies allow us to obtain information about your browsing habits. We use them, for example, to collect information for advertising purposes and to customise the content of the site, as well as to compile statistics on its use and to assess your interest for specific content or services. More detailed information on these cookies is available in the following paragraphs and on the respective websites of third parties, to which we will provide a link.
Third – party statistic cookie (Analytics)
Third-party profiling/marketing cookies, retargeting cookies
Third-party social plugins and widgets
Some pages on our web site may contain social network’s plugins, such as Facebook’s “like” or “share”, LinkedIN “Share” buttons, Twitter’s “Retweet” buttons, YouTube video embeds or Google maps. When the user accesses one of the pages which contain them the browser plug-ins tell the third-party servers which pages the user has visited.
If a social network user visits our web pages while logged into their account, that information may be associated with their account. Even if you use the plug-in features the information will be associated with your account.
Changing your preferences or configuring your device not to receive cookies
If the user wishes to change her/his preferences regarding its consent to cookies, s/he can open again the cookie management panel using the “manage cookies” button (which can be found both in the next paragraph and in the footer of each page of the site).
The user can also configure the browser to disable the receipt of cookies. However, if you disable cookies, the site or some of its features may not function properly.
To change the way in which cookies are used, to block the receipt of cookies, or to delete the cookies on your terminal simply use your browser settings.
Most browsers give the possibility to accept or to refuse all cookies or to accept only some of them (for example, cookies deriving from specific websites).
Although there are similar procedures, the cookies configuration settings may vary from browser to browser. For more details on the procedure to use, you can visit the website www.aboutcookies.org or consult the section ‘Help’ of your browser.
For more information on the cookies and on how to manage your preferences with regard to third party cookies, please visit www.youronlinechoices.com.
List of cookies and consent management