This document is published in compliance with the provisions13 and 14 of EU Directive 2016/679 and of Directive 2002/58/EC, as amended by Directive 2009/136/EC, concerning Cookies.

1. What are cookies, and how are they used?
Cookies are small text files that are sent to the user's device (usually to the browser) by visited web sites; they are stored in the user's device and then transmitted back to the web site(s) on the user's subsequent visits. When navigating a web site, users may also receive cookies from other sites or servers (so-called "third party" cookies). This happens because the visited web site may contain items such as images, maps, video and sound files, or links to individual web pages on different domains that are located on servers other than the one where the page being visited is stored.
As a rule, web browsers automatically accept cookies. Therefore, cookies are present in large numbers in each user's browser, and often they may be set to have a long life span. Cookies may serve several different purposes: IT authentication, monitoring sessions, storing specific pieces of information on user settings/preferences for a given server, etc.
In order to correctly regulate the use of cookies, we first need to classify them on the basis of their purposes, since the difference in purpose does not translate in different technical characteristics. Accordingly, when adopting the provisions of Directive 2009/136/EC, the Italian legislation considered it mandatory that users should be asked to grant their prior and informed consent before accepting cookies used for purposes other than strictly technical requirements (see Section 1, Part 5, Letter (a) of Legislative Decree no. 69/2012, which amended Section 122 of the Italian Data Protection Code) http://ec.europa.eu/justice/data-protection/article-29/documentation/opinion-recommendation/files/2012/wp194_en.pdf#h2-8
To this end, we may define two broad cookie categories:
a. Technical Cookies.
Section 122, Part 1, of the Italian Data Protection Code defines technical cookies as cookies set "for the sole purpose of carrying out or facilitating the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network, or as strictly necessary in order to provide an information society service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user."
Technical cookies are not used for other purposes and are usually set directly by the web site's owner or manager. They may be:
- browsing (or session) cookies, meant to ensure ordinary web browsing and web site fruition (for instance, they make it possible to perform web purchases or to log in and access private areas);
- analytics cookies may be considered technical cookies provided they are used directly by the site manager to gather aggregate data about user numbers and browsing behaviour;
- functional cookies, enabling the user to browse the site in accordance with a set of preferences (such as the language, or products selected for purchase), thus ensuring a smoother user experience.
The user’s prior consent is not necessary to install this type of cookies. Still, pursuant to Section 13 of the Italian Data Protection Code, the Data Controller is required to provide the relevant information, in the form that it deems best.
b. Profiling Cookies.
Profiling cookies are intended to build user profiles and are widely used to deliver advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the user when surfing the Web. Such cookies may be particularly invasive of the users' private sphere, so both the EU and Italian regulations prescribe that users must be appropriately informed regarding their use, and express their valid consent.
Section 122, Part 1 of the Italian Data Protection Code prescribes that "Storing information, or accessing information that is already stored, in the contracting party's and/or user's terminal equipment" are only permitted with the user's/contracting party's prior informed consent (i.e. the opt-in rule) as per Section13, Part 3.

2. Cookie Duration
Some cookies remain active only until the browser is closed or until the logout command is executed. Other cookies persist after the browser is closed down, and remain available for any subsequent visits by the same user.
Based on their duration, cookies may be classified as follows:
a. “Session Cookies” are stored on the user's device only in order to meet technical and usage requirements, such as session IDs required for secure and efficient web browsing; they expire at the end of the browsing session (hence their name) when the web browser is shut down. This type of cookies does not entail any additional technology which may threaten the user's web browsing privacy;
b. “Persistent Cookies” are stored on the computer's hard drive until they expire, or until the user deletes them. Through persistent cookies, site visitors (or any other users using the same device) are automatically recognised each time they visit. Persistent cookies provide many different convenient functions for web site users, such as remembering their preferred browsing language. However, persistent cookies may also be used for advertising or even for less legitimate purposes.
Users may set their web browser to either accept or refuse all cookies, or else to be alerted each time a new cookie is submitted, and decide whether to accept it. In any case, users may change their browser's default settings and disable cookies (that is, block them indefinitely), by setting a higher level of privacy protection.
Both the above types of cookies (session and persistent) may further be:



“first-party cookies” when they are managed directly by the web site owner/manager;
third-party cookies” when they are set and managed by sources other than the web site the user is visiting.

3. How cookies work, and how to delete them
Cookie functionality, as well as options for restricting or blocking cookies, can be managed by changing the settings of your web browser.
To delete cookies from the Internet browser of your smartphone or tablet, please refer to the user manual of your device.

Blocking third-party cookies
As a rule, third-party cookies are not essential for web browsing; as a consequence, you may choose to automatically refuse them by selecting the relevant options in your browser settings:
Activate the 'Do Not Track' option
Most recent browsers have a Do Not Track option. When this option is turned on, most web sites should automatically stop collecting your browsing data. However, compliance with this option is discretionary, so not all web sites may be set to enforce it.
Activate "Private Browsing" mode
This option enables you to surf the web without leaving traces of your browsing activity on your local machine: web sites will not remember you, the pages you visit will not be stored in your browser's history and new cookies will be deleted.
However, private browsing does not guarantee Internet anonymity, because while your browsing details will not be stored in your browser, they will still be available to web site owners and connection providers.
Delete cookies directly
There are dedicated options to achieve this in all browsers. However, please remember that new cookies are downloaded every time you connect to the Internet, so cookie deletion should be performed regularly. Some browsers also offer the option of scheduling automated cookie deletion.
How to delete cookies in the most common web browsers:

Chrome
https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=en

Mozilla Firefox
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/disable-third-party-cookies

Internet Explorer
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11

Safari
https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201265
https://support.apple.com/kb/PH5042?locale=en_US

You may also want to check the independent information on http://www.aboutcookies.org/

4. Cookies used by www.letorri.net
letorri.net does NOT use first-party profiling cookies as described above.
letorri.net does use third-party cookies.
By clicking ACCEPT, users grant their consent to the use of third-party cookies.

Below please find a list of links to the web pages containing information and consent forms regarding the third-party cookies used by letorri.net, whose duration may be subject to change:

 



Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google. It stores cookies on the user's device and sends information regarding web site use (visited pages, length of visit, etc., including the user's IP address) to Google and stored in Ireland.
For further information please see Google's privacy policy.

_ga - persistent - used to distinguish users - necessary for Google Analytics third-party service - Duration 2 years
_gat - persistent - used to speed up page loading times - necessary for third-party Google Analytics service - Duration: 10 minutes.
_gid- persistent - necessary for third-party service Google Analytics - Duration: 1 day

 

Google Maps
Google Maps is a web-based mapping service managed by Google Inc. Its contents may be embedded by other sites in their web pages. The cookies set by Google Maps gather information on user behaviour, and are sent back to (and stored by) Google and stored in Ireland. For further information, please refer to Google's privacy policy.


_ga - persistent - Used by Google - necessary for Google's third-party service. Duration 2 years approx
NID - persistent - Used by Google to monitor searches - necessary for Google's third-party service. Duration 6 months. HTTP type
PREF - persistent - could store your preferences and other information, in particular your preferred language (for example Italian), the number of search results you want to display for each page (for example 10 or 20) and your preference activation of Google SafeSearch filter. - necessary for Google third-party service. Duration 2 years
OGPC - Required for third-party Google Maps service - Duration approximately 29 days
CONSENT - persistent - used by Google - necessary for Google's third-party service. Duration approx. 1 year.

 

About Google's cookie settings:
https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/
https://www.google.com/policies/technologies/types/
https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it

https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/
https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/technologies/types/
https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en

 

 

Facebook
The "Like" button and Facebook social widgets are services of interaction with the Facebook social network, provided by Facebook, Inc. The information relating to the use of these tools is collected and stored by Facebook, Inc. in the United States.
For more information see the Facebook privacy policy.

atc - session - Facebook cookies - Secure type
c_user - Facebook cookie. - Session - HTTP type
datr - persistent - allows users to access, share and comment on content - Duration approximately 2 years - HTTP - Secure type
fr - persistent - allows users to access, share and comment on content using their Facebook account. - Facebook cookie. - Duration approximately 1 year - HTTP - Secure type
presence - session - Facebook cookies - HTTP type
sb - persistent - necessary for the Facebook service - Duration approximately 2 years - type HTTP - Secure
spin - persistent - necessary for the Facebook service - Duration approximately 1 day - HTTP - Secure type
wd - session - allows users to access, share and comment on content using their Facebook account. - Duration approximately 7 days - Type Secure
xs - session - allows users to access, share and comment on content using their Facebook account. - Facebook cookie. - HTTP - Secure type


 

 

Visit this link for information on the Facebook cookie policy:
https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/update
https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/
https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation

 


Youtube
Youtube is a video content visualization service managed by Google Inc. that allows you to integrate these contents within your pages.
Google cookies collect information about user behavior, transmitted and stored by Google on servers in Ireland.
For more information, consult Google's privacy policy

P_JAR - persistent - Memorize your preferences and information every time you visit web pages containing Google services - about 1 month
ANID - used by Google for advertising shown throughout the web - Duration 1 Year approximately - HTTP type

APISID - stores the preferences necessary for the Youtube third-party service - Duration 2 years
CONSENT - persistent - stores user preferences and information each time he or she visits web pages containing Google services - Duration about 19 years
DV - session - necessary for the Youtube third party service
HSID - stores the preferences necessary for the Youtube third-party service - Duration 2 years - HTTP type

IDE - used by Google for advertising shown throughout the web - Duration 2 years approximately - HTTP type
NID - persistent - stores user preferences and information each time he or she visits web pages containing Google services - Duration about 1 year - HTTP type
PREF - persistent - This cookie is used to play a YouTube video. It is set when uploading a YouTube video. - Duration about 1 year
S - session - necessary for the third-party service of Youtube - Type Http Secure
SAPISID - stores the preferences necessary for the third-party service of Youtube - Duration 2 years - Type Secure
SID - stores the preferences needed for the Youtube third-party service - Duration 2 years
SSID - stores the preferences necessary for the third-party service of Youtube - Duration 2 years - Type HTTP - Secure
VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE - Technical - Determines which version of Youtube to show - Duration 240 days - HTTP type




for cookie settings and privacy policy of Youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/static?template=privacy_guidelines
https://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/
https://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/cookies/

https://www.youtube.com/static?template=privacy_guidelines
https://www.google.it/intl/en/policies/privacy/
https://www.google.it/intl/en/policies/technologies/cookies/

 

Twitter
The Twitter button allows you to share content on the social network, the cookies associated with it allow Twitter to personalize content, to advertise custom-made on Twitter, to evaluate its effectiveness. The information transmitted is collected and stored by Twitter Inc in the United States
For more information, consult Twitter's privacy policy

_ga - persistent - allows you to monitor site usage by improving user experience. Duration 2 years approx
_gid - persistent - Collects information about navigation - Duration about 1 day
_twitter_sess - session - used to monitor referral links - HTTP - Secure type
ct0 - allows you to share content from the web - Duration approx. 1 day - Secure
eu_cn- persistent - collects information on navigation
guest_id -persistant - Generated by Twitter to follow shares and updates on Twitter - Duration 2 years approximately
personalization_id - persistent - Allows sharing of content on Twitter - Duration 2 years approx



Per i cookie di twitter consultare i seguenti link:
https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170519-uso-dei-cookie-e-di-altre-tecnologie-simili-da-parte-di-twitter
https://twitter.com/privacy?lang=it

 

 

 

Booking.com

Booking.com is an online booking service.
bksGA - persistent - Necessary to the third-party service of Booking.com - Duration 2 years approximately
bksGA_gid - persistent - Necessary to the third-party service of Booking.com - Duration about 1 day
full_visitor_id - persistent - Necessary to the third-party service of Booking.com - Duration 2 years approximately
be_full_visitor_id - persistent - Necessary to the third-party service of Booking.com - Duration 2 years approximately
language - persistent - Required for the Booking.com third-party service - Duration about 1 day
suite-sites-id - persistent - Required for Booking.com third-party service - Approximately 1 day duration
hit_number - persistent - Required for Booking.com third-party service - Approximately 1 day duration
bks_wf_cws - session - Required for the Booking.com third-party service
cws - session - Required for the Booking.com third party service

 

Visit this link for information on Booking.com's cookie policy:
https://www.booking.com/content/privacy.en-gb.html?label=gen173bo-1FCAEoggI46AdIM1gDaHGIAQGYATG4ARjIAQzYAQHoAQH4AQKIAgGiAhpyZXNlcnZhdGlvbi5ib29raW5nLmV4cGVydKgCBLgC9aHX6AXAAgE&sid=f5aab542884698bb4a37469cbd86e3da&tmpl=docs%2Fprivacy-policy&lang=en-gb&soz=1&lang_click=top;cdl=it;lang_changed=1

 

 

 

 

 

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Technical Cookies
0af42a61ae952b962e34e0ff28f79f2c - necessary for the functioning of the system - Session - Type Http
cookie_accetto_legge - it serves to keep track of your consent / refusal to use cookies - Duration 1 year
cookie_accetto_legge_espressa_volonta - it serves to keep track of the intention to use cookies - Duration 1 year
cookie_accetto_legge_analytics - is used to keep track of your consent / refusal to Google Analytics cookies - Duration 1 year
cookie_accetto_legge_facebook - is used to keep track of your consent / refusal of Facebook cookies - Duration 1 year
cookie_accetto_legge_maps - is used to keep track of your consent / refusal to Google Maps cookies - Duration 1 year
cookie_accetto_legge_youtube - it serves to keep track of your consent / rejection of youtube cookies - Duration 1 year
cookie_accetto_legge_booking - it is used to keep track of your consent / rejection of Booking.com cookies - Duration 1 year

 

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By accepting the above cookie policy, users give their consent to the Web Site Owner's use of cookies as detailed above.
Users wishing to deny their consent to cookie usage may either leave the web site or follow the above information on how to disable cookies.
Please note that the name, duration, amount, type, purpose, etc. of third-party cookies and other tracking systems set by third-party services embedded in our web site's pages may change without notice. The Web Site Owner is not responsible for such changes.
For full details regarding data retention, please refer to the third-party privacy policies listed earlier in this document.
This document may be subject to change over time. Please come back and check it periodically.

Last updated June 12, 2019