Nanosystems S.r.l., as Personal Data Controller wishes to inform that this website uses their own and third parties cookies in order to offer more efficient and easy to use services.
Nanosystems S.r.l., in addition to technical and statistical cookies, useful and/or necessary to provide an optimal experience in the use of the website, require users to give their consent to the use of profiling cookies when they connect to this website.
What are the Cookie?
Cookies are little text file that can be used by websites in order to make the web surfing experience more efficient for the user, are information inserted on your browser when you visit a website or you use a social network with your PC, smartphone or tablet. Every cookie contains different data such as, for instance, the name of the server from which it comes, a numerical id randomly generated by the computer and the expiration data of the cookie.
Cookies can be divided in:
First party cookie
Are defined first party cookies those installed directly from the manager (editor) of the website you are visiting.
Thirs party cookies
Are defined third party cookies those installed on the PC by a subject that is not the manager (editor) of the website you are vsiting.
Cookies can remain in the system for the duration of a session (so called session cookie, i.e. until you don’t close the browser used for the web surfing) or for longer periods (as the cookie necessary for the conservation of the consent given by the user for the use of the coookie).
What Cookies are needed for?
Some cookie are used to carry out informatics authentications, monitoring of sessions and memorization of specific information on the users that enter in a web page.
The so called technical cookies, are cookie needed to verify the correct functioning of the website and to improve the functionalities, by customizing the content of the pages depending on the type of used browser, or to simplify the surfing by automatising the procedures; cookies can make quicker and fast the navigation and use of the web.
Preference cookie collect information about the choices and preferences of the users, allowing us to memorize the language or other local settings and to customize the website as a consequence.
A particular type of cookie, said analytics, are used to collect aggregate information on the number of users and on how these visit the same website, and elaborate general statistics on the service and on its use.
Other cookies, so called profiling cookies, can be used, instead, to supervise and profile the users during the web surfing, study their movements and habits of web consulting or consumption (what they buy, what they read, etc.), also in order to forward advertise focused and personalised (so called Behavioural Advertising). Such type of cookies are said profiling cookies.
Here below you can find a list of the cookies we use, divided for type:
Essential cookies help to contribute to make usable a website enabling the basic function as the web surfing of the page and the access to the restricted area of the website. The website cannot work properly without such cookies, and the installation do not need the user’s consent. These include:
Preference cookies consent a website to remember the information that influence the way the website responds or appears, as the favourite language or the region where you are.
Such cookies are used to maintain the session of the user, the language settings, your preferences on third party’s cookies, visualisation’s settings on mobile device, save the products and services added to chart and other strictly technical reasons. Their purpose is to consent the best use experience of the website, are not used for other scopes and are normally installed directly by the website owner. These include:
Statistic cookies help website owner to understand how visitors interact with the website collecting and transmitting anonymous information.
Our website uses both first party analytic cookies, installed directly by the website that you are visiting, and third party analytic cookies, installed by third party that are not the website manager.
- Google Analytics
Collects use data and cookie; it is not necessary for you to give consent for the use of these cookies as these will be treated as technical cookie. We commit to adopt adequate intruments to prevent the identifiabily capability of the analytic cookies that are used, and to avoid the cross-reference of such data with other information.
Your choice will be registered in a technical cookie that will expire in 12 months.
Our sites use some marketing cookies transmitted by third parties that, if activated with your consent, will allow us to carry out remarketing advertising and monitoring of conversions in our interest.
This will allow us to display advertisements in line with the interests and preferences you have expressed while browsing the site. If, after viewing or interacting with these messages (by clicking), you return to the site, we will track this behavior (i.e. conversion) and can measure the effectiveness of our remarketing campaigns on the web.
The following third-party cookies are only installed on the site with your prior consent:
- _fbp; third-party cookie, Facebook pixel, used by Facebook to provide a variety of advertising products such as real-time offers from third-party advertisers.Facebook Pixel is a tool for collecting statistical data, which serves primarily to monitor how the user interacts with the site (how many times a particular page is visited, the number of accesses). It is a tool that allows the Data Controller to measure the effectiveness of its advertising, as the Pixel allows to understand the actions that users perform on the website. For example, when the user visits this website and performs an action, Pixel records such behavior and the Data Controller will be able to “reach” the user using Facebook ads.The user data that is recorded using Pixel, and then transmitted to Facebook, is the referring URL, browser information and Facebook user ID. Personalized data may also be transmitted, but no personally identifiable information.
Basically, through Pixel, the Data Controller makes sure to show its advertisements to the right people, can create audience groups to whom the advertisements are addressed, can take advantage of Facebook advertising tools. The user, on the other hand, through Facebook Pixel will receive advertising communications in line with his tastes and interests.
Facebook Pixel falls into the category of profiling systems, as they allow the memorization of the tastes and interests of the user, who may receive targeted advertising.
The deactivation of these systems will not affect the user’s browsing experience, but the user can no longer receive advertising in line with his interests and tastes.
The following third-party tracking cookies, on the other hand, are installed on the site only with your prior consent, because they are not anonymized, as the third parties can access disaggregated analytics data at the IP address level:
Blocking/management of cookies
You can configure your browser to accept all cookies, reject all cookies, or notify you when a cookie is set. Each browser is different, so you should check your browser’s help section to find out how to change your cookie preferences.
Accepting and waiving cookies
The preference will be recorded in a technical cookie that will expire after 12 month
You can modify your choice or turn down the consent to the use of third party cookies clicking here