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COOKIE POLICY CMZ Sistemi Elettronici Srl

 
What are cookies used for? 
The “Site” (cmz.it) uses cookies with the aim to make its services simple and efficient for the User who views the pages of  cmz.it. When viewing the Site, Users will see minimum amounts of information on the devices in use (computers and mobile devices) in small text files called “cookies” saved in the directories used by the User’s web browser.
There are various types of cookies, some are designed to make more effective use of the Site, others to enable certain features.
 
Cookies used on this Site allow to:
 
● Save the entered preferences
● Avoid re-entering the same information several times during the visit (for example username and password)
● Analyze the use of the services and content provided by cmz.it to optimize the browsing experience and the services offered.
 
Types of cookies 
 
Technical cookies
They allow the correct operation of some sections of the Site and are of two categories: persistent and session.
● Persistent: once the browser is closed they are not destroyed but are permanently stored on the User’s computer up to a preset expiration date
● Session: vanishes every time the browser is closed.
These cookies, always sent from our domain, are necessary to view the site correctly and, in relation to the technical services offered, will therefore always be used and sent, unless the User changes the settings in his browser (however, disabling the display of the pages of the Site).
 
Analytics cookies
Used to collect information anonymously on the use of the Site, which cmz.it will use for anonymous statistical analysis in order to improve the use of the Site and make the content more interesting and relevant to the wishes of the User. This type of cookie collects anonymous data on the activity of the User and how he arrived on the Site. Analytics cookies are sent from the Site itself or from third-party domains.
Analysis cookies for third-party services
These cookies are used in order to collect anonymous information on the use of the Site by the Users, such as: pages visited, time spent, origin of the traffic, geographic area, age, gender and interests for the purposes of marketing campaigns. These cookies are sent from third-party domains, external to the Site.
Cookies integrating products and functions of third-party software
This type of cookie integrates features developed by third parties within the pages of the Site, such as icons and preferences expressed in the social networks, for purposes of sharing the contents of the Site or for the use of third-party software services (such as software to generate maps and additional software that offer additional services). These cookies are sent from third-party domains and from partner sites offering their functionality between the pages of the Site.
 
Profiling cookies
They are used to create User profiles in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the User within the pages of the Site. Profiling cookies are not used on this Site.
 
Cookie preferences
Upon accessing the Site, the User displays a banner that contains a short informative note. By closing the banner or continuing browsing, the User gives consent to the use of cookies.
cmz.it, according to current legislation, is not required to seek consent for cookies and technical analytics, as necessary to provide the required services.
For all other types of cookies, consent may be expressed by the User with one or more of the following methods:
● By specific configurations of the browser used or the related computer programs used to navigate the pages of the Website
● By changing the settings in the use of third-party services.
Both of these solutions may prevent the User from using or viewing parts of the Site.
Websites and third-party services
The Site may contain links to other websites that have their own privacy policy which may be different from that adopted by cmz.it
 
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03 novembre 2018 
 
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03 novembre 2018 
 
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05 maggio 2018 
 
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04 maggio 2020 
 
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05 maggio 2018 
 
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05 maggio 2018 
 
__utmz
The cookie __utmz is part of the Google Analytics analysis and monitoring service. This is a persistent cookie that expires, generally, 6 months after the creation or update (this value may vary depending on the configurations of the webmaster). It contains an alphanumeric value that identifies your Google account, a numerical value (timestamp) of its creation, some parameters related to the number of site visits and a series of information on the source, the campaign and keywords typed. It stores the source of traffic or the campaign that explains how the user has reached the site. The cookie is created by running the javascript library and is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.
 
__utmc
The cookie __utmc is part of the Google Analytics analysis and monitoring service. It is a session cookie that is deleted when the browser is closed. This cookie operates synchronously with __utmb, which travels at the same time but expires after 30 minutes from its creation. Through these two cookies Analytics is able to calculate, for example, the average time spent on the pages.
__utmb
Also the cookie __utmb is part of the Google Analytics analysis and monitoring service. This is a session cookie that is deleted after 30 minutes from its creation and contains the numeric value (timestamp) of the moment you entered the site. This cookie operates synchronously with __utmc, which travels at the same time but expires when you physically close the browser. Through these two cookies Analytics is able to calculate, for example, the average time spent on the pages. If you reopen the browser within 30 minutes - so there is no utmc but only utmb, a new session is also started.
 
__utma
It is always a part of the Google Analytics analysis and monitoring service. It is a persistent cookie that expires after 2 years after creation or update. The content is an alphanumeric value in the form of 6 groups of numbers separated by dots; the first 2 of variable length, the other 3 usually of 10 digits and the last variable. This information is sent to Google's servers every time you open a page with the tracking code, and are used to calculate, among other things, the recent visitor statistics and the time since the last visit.
 
__utmt
Always a part of the Google Analytics analysis and monitoring service. This indicates the type of request that is made on the site (for example: event, transaction, item or custom variable). Very often this cookie comes with the addition of a suffix that identifies its meaning, so you can find it in the form __utmtxxx where xxx is a series of alphanumeric characters or words that identify certain actions.
 
How to disable cookies
It is possible to disable cookies by modifying the browser through a simple procedure.
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