Cookies

Cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that are saved on your device and that store settings and specific data for the exchange with the system through the browser. The session-cookies are deleted when you close your browser while temporary/permanent cookies are saved to your device for a short period or permanently. This back up allow us to improve the website offer to the real needs of customers and also to facilitate the use of the site for the user.

Cookies can be technical or non-technical. The former are necessary to enable the purchase and management of the cart, the others may relate to the customer profiling and in some cases to third part cookies.

Which cookies Tasting Marche uses?

Most of the cookies Tasting Marche uses are technical and automatically deleted from user’s hard disk when the browser is closed (end session), the so-called session cookies. The session-cookies allow you to utilize the "cart" while browsing the various pages and facilitating the purchase. Tasting Marche also uses cookies that remain on user’s hard disk. When the user returns to the site, the system automatically recognizes what it has already visited and stores data and favourite settings. These cookies are temporary or definitive saved on user’s hard disk. The sole purpose of these cookies is to adapt the offer to user needs and make the user’s surfing as comfortable as possible. Not technical cookies and third parties cookies Tasting Marche uses are: 7addthis (for sharing), Google Analytics and Google Adwords. These last two are services of Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA ("Google"). "Cookies", text files stored on your computer allow Tasting Marche to analyze how the user uses the online offer of Tasting Marche through Google. The information obtained by cookies on the user surfing on www.tastingmarche.com (including its IP address) are normally transmitted to and stored at Google's servers in the USA. On the website www.tastingmarche.com these cookies have the code "gat.anonymizelp ();" in order to ensure the anonymous detection of IP addresses (so called IP-masking). Therefore, Google finds the 'IP address only in abbreviated form, which guarantees anonymity and does not allow its identification. More information at http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it and https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2407785?hl=it

 

Data stored in the cookies?

Cookies used by Tasting Marche not save personal data. Since the moment of activation of cookies an identification number is assigned. It is not possible to identify anytime the identification number and Tasting Marche never try to do it. The name, the IP address and similar data that could be traced to a specific person  will never be used. Based on the technology of cookies Tasting Marche only receives information as a pseudonym, for example about which pages of the online store are most visited, such as most viewed products etc.

How can I prevent cookies to be saved?

In any browser that you use, you can disable cookies through a very simple procedure. Normally in the section “support” you can see how reject new cookies and disable existing cookies. Warning: disabling cookies as username and password will no longer be stored on the login box on the site.