Cookies are small files created on users’ computers in order to store information on the basis of users’ activities on the Internet. The Website may use the following cookies:
Session cookies are stored temporarily and are valid for a limited time, so they do not store any information permanently on the hard drive of users’ computers. These cookies allow the Website to store information from the beginning of each user’s session.
Navigation cookies’ main goal is to avoid suggestions not related to individual users’ interests, and thus allow the offering of direct, customised business proposals. The usefulness of navigation cookies is based on monitoring of temporary Internet browsing. Users can always remove this type of cookies before browsing other pages of the Website.
Cookies for statistics
Stat cookies are useful to obtain the following information:
- Date and time of the last time the user visited the Website.
- Access to the content selected by the user during his/her last visit to the Website.
Toly uses statistical tools whose scope is limited to the above-mentioned functions. Toly in this way can focus their efforts to improve the most visited areas and help users more easily to find what they are looking for. The Website may use the information collected to carry out assessments and statistical calculations on anonymous data and to ensure continuity of service and make improvements to the Website. This information will not be used for any other purpose.
Third party cookies
The Website can also install cookies belonging to third parties that help manage and improve the services offered. Specifically, Toly uses a Google service called “Google Analytics” for the collection of information and data in anonymous and aggregated forms; more information is available at this link: www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html. Toly will show a notification to inform you about the cookies as required by the GDPR.
Some personal data, whose transmission is implicit in certain Internet communication protocols, is automatically captured by the software and ITC systems that enable the operation of the Website in the course of its normal activity and purposes. Such data is not collected to be associated with identified entities or persons but, by their very nature, through processing and connections with other information held by third parties, allow users to be identified as such. For example, such data may include addresses provided by the ISP, domain names of computers used by users connecting to the Website, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) of requested resources, time of request, methods used to submit requests to the server, file size obtained in response, numerical code indicating the status of response from the server (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters regarding the operating system and computing environments of the user. The use of this data is limited only to obtaining anonymous statistics on Website usage and to checking its correct functioning and they deleted immediately after processing. The data could be used to ascertain responsibilities in case of computer crimes against the Website or other users of the blog or inside the private area. Except for such cases, data are not stored for more than six months. The data mentioned are used in logs and other security related areas.
Log files and storage
So-called log files will be tracked for safety reasons, which require registration and maintenance of log files and their accessibility by police forces and the judiciary in the event that the latter requests it. Any control of log-ins will be carried out gradually and in full respect of the law, particularly of the principles of necessity and proportionality.