Updated on 14 May 2021
Examples of other technologies
This is a technology used to optimise browsing without collecting information on the user's preferences, for example by storing a code that identifies the user's session after login so that they do not have to enter the username and password in every page of the profile when accessing reserved areas.
"Tracking code" or "monitoring code" is a small portion of code that is released by some systems to be implemented in others to track some data related to the user and their browsing session or the opening of e-mails, in a totally transparent manner for the user. The various kinds of data can be tracked, for example the date and time, geographical location, device type used for browsing, up to more complex tracking pixels that monitor the amount spent for a purchase order or other information that may be useful to the marketing departments of the companies that use them.
This is a program that interacts with another one to expand or extend its original functions. The most used plugins are those of social networks, that, for example, allow the user to follow a page or a profile with a click, or to indicate that they appreciated web content with a click and share it on their profile, etc.
This is a graphical user interface component of a program, which is intended to make it easier for the user to interact with the program. The most used widgets are those of social networks, which allow users to easily open social networks in a separate browser window.
These services can be used to interact with social networks, or with other external platforms, directly from the pages of a website. The interactions and information acquired on the website are subject to the privacy settings of the third party that created the aforementioned technologies. To receive detailed information pursuant to Art. 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the use of personal data processed when using these technologies, visit the websites of the third parties responsible for these technologies.
Remember that you can manage your preferences on cookies also through the browser
If you do not know the browser type and version you are using, click “Help” at the top of the browser window, from which you can access all the necessary information. If you do know your browser, click the one you are using to access the cookie management page. For example, users can find information on how to manage cookies in some of the most popular browsers at the following addresses:
Advertising industry initiatives for consent management
Without prejudice to the above, note that you can use the information on YourOnlineChoices (EU),
Network Advertising Initiative (USA),
Digital Advertising Alliance (USA),
or other similar services.
These services can be used to manage the preferences of most of the advertising tools. The Data Controller therefore recommends using these resources in addition to the information in this document.
The Digital Advertising Alliance also provides an application called AppChoices, which helps users to control behavioural advertising on mobile applications.