Information note on Cookies

This information note details how this website uses cookies, cookie type files and technologies on its website, for example Local Shared Objects, also known as "Flash cookies", Web beacons, etc. All these are all generally referred to as “cookies”. If you visit our website and your browser settings accept cookies, use of our cookies will be considered as accepted.

Cookies are small files sent and memorised on your computer by the websites you visit. Cookies are memorised in the file directory of your browser. The next time you visit the website your browser will read the cookie and retransmit the information to the website or entity that first created the cookie. To learn more about these technologies and how they work, visit, for example, the web site allaboutcookies.org.

The session cookies used in this website avoid the need to use other computer techniques potentially more prejudicial for a user's navigation confidentiality, and do not enable acquisition of the user's personal identification data.

Storage times for data acquired depend on the type of cookie. Session cookies expire when the browser is closed. Persistent cookies, including Local Shared Objects (“Flash cookies”), have expiry dates that typically go from two months to a couple of years.

 

Technical and analytic cookies (Analytics) which do not require consent

 

The so-called “technical” cookies, for which no processing consent is needed, are the following:

 

a) Cookies related to activities strictly needed for the website to function and provide the service: cookies to guarantee normal website navigation. In most cases they are session cookies.

b) Functionality cookies, for optimisation: they are cookies enabling the user to navigate on the website based on criteria selected (for example language, currency, basket contents during on-line purchases) to enable use of services provided and/or improve them. In most cases these cookies last maximum 365 days.

All technical cookies do not require consent; they are installed automatically on entering the website and are not used for other purposes.

Analytic cookies (Analytics) are used to collect information on use of the website. Data is only collected for anonymous statistical analysis purposes to improve website navigation and make contents pertinent to user requests. These cookies collect data anonymously, on user activities and on how they reached the website pages. Analytic cookies are sent by both our website and by third party domains.

 

Services and cookies supplied by Third Parties

For services supplied by third parties, you may exercise your right and object to being tracked through the third party’s privacy policy, through the opt out link if specifically supplied or by contacting the website directly.

With no prejudice to what was said above, the Controller would like to inform you that you may avail yourself of Your Online Choices. Through that service you can manage the tracking preferences of most advertising tools. The Controller recommends you use that resource in addition to the information provided in this document.

Seeing that the installation of Cookies and other tracking systems by third parties through services used in this Website cannot technically be controlled by the Controller, any specific reference to Cookies and tracking systems installed by third parties should be considered indicative. For full information, please consult the privacy policy of any third party services.

Considering the objective complexity of identifying technologies based on Cookies and their close integration with website operations, you are kindly invited to contact the Controller if you want any more clarification on the use of the Cookies themselves and there possible uses – for example by third parties – through this website.

 

Profiling cookies

“Targeting” or “profiling” cookies create profiles; they are used to present the most suitable contents for the user and his/her interests. They can be used to display targeted adverts, to publish personalised ads based on the user’s interests or to limit the number of times the user sees an advert. They also help measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns on Websites;

“Sharing” cookies (or of social networks) are needed to enable a user to interact with Websites through its social account and are needed, for example, to express appreciation and share it with social contacts.

All cookies other than the technical ones indicated above are only installed or activated with user consent the first time he/she visits the website. Consent can be general, interacting with the short information banner present on the website landing page, through methods indicated in that banner (closing the banner, or clicking on CONTINUE, or scrolling the page or clicking on any element); or can be given selectively, as indicated below. A track of that consent is kept for the next visits. However, the user may always revoke consent given in full or just partially.

We do not use profiling cookies on the www.dbgroup.net website.

Here below is a list of technical cookies and analytics used by our website:

Necessary

Here is a list of technical cookies used by the DB GROUP on its Website, including names, purpose and storage times:

Name Purpose Duration Category
has_js This session cookie is used to check the implementation status of javascript (active/not active) on the browser. Session

Technical

phpsessid This cookie enables Websites to identify the user session in progress and memorise the information needed. As the PHPSESSID cookie has no expiry date, it disappears when the client closes. Session

Technical

LANG Persistent, used to display the website in the language chosen by the user. It lasts 6/12 months. 6/12 months

Technical

Cc_cookie_accept Memorizes acceptance of information on cookies. It can be removed, information acceptance will be re-proposed. 1 year

Technical

 

Of third parties

Here below are the Google Cookies: for each technical cookie used on DB GROUP we are including: name, use purpose and storage times. Google privacy.

Name purpose duration category
_utma

Questo cookie ha

The purpose of this cookie is to collect information on use of the website; keeping track of both number of visits to the website related to the cookie and the dates of the first and last visits. It is a Google Analytics cookie that uses information collected to calculate factors such as visits and days.

2 years

Technical

_utmb This cookie collects information on website use by users. It is a Google Analytics cookie that enables collection of account information, in particular the exact moment in which the visitor enters the website. 30 minutes

Technical

_utmc This cookie collects information on website use by users. It is a Google Analytics cookie that enables collection of information specifically on the moment the visitor leaves the website and on how long it spent on pages. Session

Technical

_utmt This cookie manages the request limit (throttle) to the Google Analytics service. , visita. This is a Google Analytics cookie. 30 minutes

Technical

_utmz

This cookie collects information on website use by users. It is a Google Analytics cookie containing a numerical hash making it possible to establish where the internet user comes from.

6 months

Technical

_ga This cookie is used to distinguish users - needed for the Google Analytics third party service.

It lasts 2 years

Technical

 

Of third parties

Here below are the Vimeo Cookies: for each technical cookie used on DB GROUP we are including: name, use purpose and storage times. Privacy Vimeo.

Name purpose duration category
_utma

The purpose of this cookie is to collect information on use of the website; keeping track of both number of visits to the website related to the cookie and the dates of the first and last visits. It is a Google Analytics cookie that uses information collected to calculate factors such as visits and days.

2 years

Technical

_utmb This cookie collects information on website use by users. It is a Google Analytics cookie that enables collection of account information, in particular the exact moment in which the visitor enters the website. 30 minutes

Technical

_utmc This cookie collects information on website use by users. It is a Google Analytics cookie that enables collection of information specifically on the moment the visitor leaves the website and on how long it spent on pages. Session

Technical

_utmz

This cookie collects information on website use by users. It is a Google Analytics cookie containing a numerical hash making it possible to establish where the internet user comes from.

6 months

Technical

How to disable cookies (opt-out)

 Most internet browsers are initially set to accept cookies automatically. This means you can, at any time, set your browser so that it accepts all cookies, only some, or refuses them, disabling use by websites. Moreover,  you can usually set your browser preferences so that it warns you each time a cookie is memorised in your computer. Lastly, at the end of each navigation session you can delete cookies collected from the hard disk of your computer. If you want to delete the cookies installed in the cookie folder of the browser used, you need to remember that each browser has different settings management procedures.

 For example, in Internet Explorer through the menu Tools >Internet Options ->Privacy, you enter a control panel where you establish whether to accept the different cookie types or not and remove them.

In order not to receive Google Analytics cookies you can visit the page: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/?hl=en
Alternatively, you can just disable the Google Analytics cookies, using the additional opt-out component supplied by Google for the main browsers.
To learn more about cookies in general visit the page www.allaboutcookies.org or http://www.garanteprivacy.it/web/guest/home_en

Privacy Policy of the  www.dbgroup.net website
For further information and a full Privacy Policy of the website www.dbgroup.net click here. 

For more information you may contact the process Controller:

D.B. GROUP SPA
Via Feltrina Sud, 95 – 31044 Montebelluna (TV) - Italia
Tel. +39 0423 6131 - Fax +39 0423 613400
eMail privacy@dbgroup.net
 

Updated 15/11/2017