What are cookies?
Cookies are data created by a server, stored in a text file on the hard-disk of the computer or other device through which the user accesses the Website via the Internet (including smart phones or tablets), and they allow to collect information on the user’s navigation on the Website.
Cookies may be stored permanently on your computer or have a variable duration (e.g., persistent cookies), or they may vanish when the browser is closed or have a limited duration (e.g., session cookies).
Cookies may be installed by the Website you are visiting (they are known as first-party cookies) or they may be installed by other websites (known as third-party cookies).
Types of Cookies used and their purposes
• Technical Cookies
These first-part cookies are used to ensure and facilitate the activities that are strictly necessary to the running of the Website for normal website navigation or to enable its functionalities (such as enabling authentication in reserved areas, saving your session or your navigation preferences, saving products in your cart, remembering certain selected criteria such as preferred language, manage the distribution of traffic, etc.) and to collect information in aggregate form (anonymous) on users.
• Analytics Cookies
These cookies are used to collect information on the use of the Website by its users (number of visitors, pages visited, time spent on the website, etc.).
• Profiling Cookies
These cookies are necessary to create user profiles in order to send advertisement messages in line with the preferences manifested by the user within the Website’s pages.
This Website does not use profiling cookies.
• Profiling Cookies – Social Media
These third-party cookies enable users to interact with social networks (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo, etc.), and to share website contents through said channels.
• Profiling Cookies – Advertising
These third-party cookies allow the collection of data and interests of visitors, in order to build their detailed profile, which is subsequently used for marketing purposes. This way, users shall be able to receive personalised and targeted advertisement communications based on their interests.
Cookies used on the Website
The characteristics of the cookies used on the Website are illustrated in the table below.
Please note that the Website uses the following first-party cookies:
||Google reCAPTCHA is a SPAM protection service provided by Google Ireland Limited.
||Third Party Tracking Tools
||Google Analytics 4 (Google Ireland Limited)
||Google Analytics 4 is a web analysis service provided by Google Ireland Limited (“Google”). Google utilizes the Data collected to track and examine the use of stefaniexchangers.com, to prepare reports on its activities and share them with other Google services.
Google may use the Data collected to contextualize and personalize the ads of its own advertising network.
In Google Analytics 4, IP addresses are used at collection time and then discarded before Data is logged in any data center or server. Users can learn more by consulting Google’s official documentation.
||Widget Google Maps
||This type of service allows you to view content hosted on external platforms directly from the pages of www.personalgenomics.it and interact with them.
||Viewing content from external platforms
Managing cookie preferences
You can find information and learn methods for disabling third-party cookies by clicking on the links under “Additional Information” in the tables reported above.
You can also prevent the storage of cookies onto your hard disk by setting up your browser so as to disable cookies. This is how you can disable cookies, according to the browser you use:
- Internet Explorer
1. Open Internet Explorer;
2. Click on “Tools” and then “Internet Options”;
3. Select the “Privacy”; under “Settings”, move the slider to the level of privacy you wish to set-up (to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies);
4. Then click “Apply”.
- Google Chrome
1.Open Google Chrome;
2. Click on the “Tools” icon;
3. Select “Settings” and then “Advanced settings”);
4. Select “Content settings” under the “Privacy” section;
5. In the “Cookie” tab you can disable cookies and save your preferences.
1. Open Firefox;
2. Click on the “Alt” key on your keyboard;
3. In the toolbar at the top of your browser select “Tools” and then “Options”;
4. Then select the “Privacy” tab;
5. Go to “History Settings” and then “Use custom settings for history”;
6. Uncheck the “Accept cookies from sites” option and save your preferences.
1. Open Opera;
2. Click on “Settings” from the browser’s menu and select “Settings”;
3. Select “Quick preferences”;
4. Uncheck the “Accept cookies” option;
1. Open Safari;
2. Click on “Preferences” in the toolbar, then select the “Security” tab in the menu that follows;
3. In the “Accept cookies” section you can select if and when Safari must save cookies from websites. For additional information, click on the “Help” button (this is the question mark icon);
4. For additional information on the cookies stored on your computer, click on “Show cookies”.
After the above operations, however, certain functions of the webpages you visit may not run properly.
Communication and Disclosure of Data
The data collected by using cookies may be processed by employees and collaborators of the Data Controller in their capacity as persons authorised to process personal data and/or as system administrators.
Such data may also be processed by companies we trust, who carry out certain technical and organisational tasks on our behalf. These companies are our direct collaborators and act in the capacity as personal data Processors.
Within the scope of personal data processing through this website, the Data Controller appointed the company SOL SpA, as data Processor, for matters concerning the technical management and maintenance of the website.
The list of such companies is regularly updated and is available on request by writing to the address indicated below, or via e-mail to email@example.com.
The data collected using cookies shall not be transferred to third-parties.
The data collected using Google, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube cookies may be transferred by such third-parties to outside the European Union, and particularly to the United States of America, in line with the Privacy Laws. For additional information on the above, please refer to the cookie policies of Google, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
The data collected using cookies shall not be transferred to third-parties.
You may at any time request information on the processing of your personal data, obtain the updating, rectification, or amendment of your personal data, and obtain their erasure or anonymisation or block the data processed in violation of the law, and object to the processing of your Personal Data as provided for under the GDPR, which is reported in full at the end of this policy.
To exercise your rights, you may contact the Data Controller by sending a letter to the address indicated below, or an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Data Controller and Data Processor
The Data Controller is the company Personal Genomics Srl with registered offices at Via Roveggia, 43/B 37136 Verona (VR) Italia P. IVA 04024620231.
The Data Processor is the company SOL SpA with registered offices at Via Borgazzi 27, Monza P. IVA 00771260965.
The SOL Group exercised its right to appoint a DPO Body at Group level, with headquarters at Via G. Borgazzi, 27 (MB-Italy) within the registered offices of the Parent Company, SOL SPA. The data of the Members of the Body are available at said headquarters. The DPO Body can be contacted via email at email@example.com.