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DIRECTIVE 2009/136/CE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 25th november 2009 approved in Italy with legislative decree 69/2012 and 70/2012 | Provision of the Privacy n.229/2014

Cookies are small text strings that sites visited by the user to send its terminal (usually to browser), where they are stored and then be retransmitted to the same sites at the next visit of the same user. While navigating on a site, the user can receive on his terminal even cookies that are sent from web sites or other server (c.d. "third parts"), on which can reside on some elements (such as, for example, images, maps, sounds, links to specific pages in other domains) on the site you are visiting the same. Using of cookies is intended to facilitate navigation of the site.

Cookies can be completely disabled by the browser using the appropriate intended function in most browsers. It is good to know however, that disabling cookies some of the functionality of the site MOLINOROSSETTO.COM could not be usable.

The user who does not agree with the use of cookies is kindly requested to leave this website. Continue navigating equivalent to an explicit consent to the use of cookies.

MOLINOROSSETTO.COM is built by Prestashop and cookies are only technical. Use also third-party profiling cookies as Google Analytics (detects navigation data), social networking buttons, Google apis, images.


Taken from the Privacy Authority Provision n. 229/2014


a. Technical cookies.

Technical cookies are those used for the sole purpose of "carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network, or as strictly necessary for the provider of an information society service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user to provide this service " (cfr. art. 122, comma 1, of Code).

They are not used for other purposes and are normally installed by the owner or operator of the website. They can be divided into the navigation cookies or session, which guarantee the normal navigation and use of the website (allowing, for example, to make a purchase or authenticate to access restricted areas); analytics cookies, cookie assimilated technicians when used directly by the site operator to collect information, in aggregate form, the number of users and how they visit the site itself; feature cookies, which allow the user navigation function of a number of selected criteria (eg, language, products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service rendered to it.

For the installation of these cookies you do not require the prior consent of users, while it remains subject to the obligation to provide the information pursuant to art. 13 of the Code, which the site manager, if only use these devices, may provide in the manner that it deems most appropriate.

b. Profiling cookies.

Profiling cookies are designed to create profiles on the user and are used in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the same part of surfing the net. Given the considerable invasiveness that such devices may have within the private sphere of the users, the European and Italian legislation requires the user to be properly informed on the use of the same and express their valid consent.

For them refers the art. 122 of the Code where it provides that "the storage of information in the terminal equipment of a contractor or a user or access to information already stored, are only allowed on condition that the contractor or the user has given his consent after being It was informed by the simplified procedures provided for in Article 13, paragraph 3" (art. 122, paragraph 1, of Code).


Taken from the Privacy Authority Provision n. 229/2014: <<There are many reasons why it is not possible to put the editor in chief is obliged to provide information and obtain the consent to the installation of cookies within their site for even those set up by "third parties."

First, the publisher should always have the tools and the economic and legal capacity to assume the obligations of third parties and should therefore also be able to check from time to time the correspondence between what is declared by the third parties and the purposes they really pursued through the use of cookies. This is made very difficult by the fact that the publisher often do not personally know all third-party cookies that install through its website and, therefore, even the logic underlying the relative treatments. Moreover, not infrequently between the publisher and third parties stand in the way persons who perform the role of dealers, resulting in fact very complex for the publisher control activity of all involved.

Third parties cookies may then be modified over time by third party suppliers and would be impractical to ask publishers to also keep track of these amendments.

It should also be borne in mind that often the publishers, which include individuals and small businesses, are the "weakest part" of the relationship. Where, instead, third parties are usually large companies characterized by considerable economic weight, normally serve a plurality of publishers and can be compared to a single publisher, also very numerous.

It is therefore considered that, also because of the reasons mentioned above, we can not force the publisher to enter the home page of its website also the text of the information related to the installed cookie through him from third parties.>>