What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer when you visit a website.
Cookies are used to make a website work properly, to improve your digital experience or to provide information to webmasters.
Most web browsers enable cookies. You can edit your cookie preferences on the bottom of the page.
Cookies do not damage your device.
Cookies can be used for a variety of purposes. For example, they improve your navigation around the website and, in general, enhance your user experience.
Tagliapasta.com also reserves the right to use similar procedures to collect information about the users of our website, like their IP address, type of Internet browser or operating system and/or visited web pages, for statistical or security purposes.
Tagliapasta.com will be able to collect information to track your use of our website and improve your experience.
Technical cookies do not require the consent of the user under Art. 122 Par 1 of Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003. These cookies are used only for the purpose of the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network or for providing a service to the user who explicitly requested it.
These cookies are used to enable functions that are essential for the website to work properly.
What types of cookies do we use?
Strictly Necessary Technical Cookies
These cookies are essential for providing specific services requested by the users. For example, storing user information or keeping the user logged in.
Functional Technical Cookies
These cookies store user preferences for future use. For example, they store research preferences, authentication and other customized options.
Our website does not directly use any cookies with the aim of profiling users for remarketing purposes or offering discounts or other promotional content.
However, our website does integrate technologies which may download third-party cookies. Third-party cookies can store the user's interests, research or navigation. For more information and for managing your preferences, visit the following links:
Our website may set Google Analytics cookies. These cookies are able to process aggregated data about users. However, these cookies are considered as technical, because our website masks your IP address, which means that users are not profiled.
This cookie may embed YouTube videos (property of Google) that may be used for user profiling purposes. Our website uses this option with the only purpose of showing YouTube videos.
This cookie may embed Google maps, which may be used for user profiling purposes. Our website uses this option with the only purpose of showing Google maps.
This cookie may embed Flash Player to add animation or integrate a video. It may be able to collect cookie-like data on the user's device. Our website uses this option with the only purpose of showing videos or animations.
Cookies from Facebook Ads and Google Adwords
Some codes on our website may set cookies for marketing and remarketing purposes and for user profiling purposes.
Cookies from Social Networks
These cookies store information about the use of our website from the most common social networks. In order to understand and disable cookies from these social networks, please find their respective policies here below:
How Do I Manage and/or Disable My Cookies?
Through the Cookie Settings on Your Browser
Besides the links we suggested above for each type of cookies, every browser offers different options to restrict or disable cookies. For more information about managing your cookies, please visit the links below:
Through Online Services
Through Your Mobile Device
To remove cookies from your browser on your smartphone/tablet, please check the operating manual for the device you are using.
Last update 25/03/2020
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