What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text strings that user-visited sites send to the terminal they are used (they are usually stored on the browser and sent from your device as a PC, cell phone, tablet), where they are stored to be retransmitted to the same sites at the next visit of the same user. While browsing a site, the user may receive cookies that are sent from sites or other web servers (“third parties”) on their terminal, on which they may reside (such as images, maps, sounds, specific links to pages of other domains) on the site that the same is visiting.
Cookies, commonly found in user browsers in a very large number and sometimes even with extensive time persistence, are used for different purposes: running computer authentication, session monitoring, storing information on specific configurations for users accessing servers, etc.
Types of Cookies
There are two categories: technical cookies and profiling cookies.
Technical cookies are generally necessary for the proper functioning of the website and to allow navigation; without them you may not be able to properly view the pages or use some services. For example, a technical cookie is essential to keep the user connected while visiting a website, or to store language settings, display, and so on.
Technical cookies can be further distinguished in:
browsing cookies, which ensure the normal navigation and enjoyment of the website (allowing, for example, a purchase or registration to certain privileged areas of the site);
cookie analytics, similar to technical cookies only when used directly by the Site Administrator to gather information aggregated and anonymous, the number of users and how they visit the site itself.
feature cookies that allow the user to navigate according to a set of selected criteria (for example, language, products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service rendered to it.
Profiling cookies have the task of profiling the user and are used to send advertisements in line with the preferences displayed by the user during navigation. Then, among the proliferation cookies we find: session cookies: they are deleted at the end of the browser, persistent cookies remain in the browser for a certain period of time, first-party cookies used directly by the site manager and third-party generated by third parts.
Activate and Deactivate Cookies
Cookies are stored in your computer from the visited websites and contain information such as site navigation preferences and automatic login information.
- About disabling cookies on Firefox.
- About disabling cookies on Chrome.
- About disabling cookies in Internet Explorer.
- About disabling cookies on Safari.
- About disabling cookies on Opera.
It is therefore possible to control and delete individual cookies using the settings of most browsers. However, this may prevent you from using some features of our website properly. To find out more, refer to www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org.
The Data is processed for as long as the Service is required by the User, or required by the purposes described in this document, and the User may always request the discontinuation of the Processing or Deletion of Data for the treatment of third parties refer to the reference links of each service.
Purpose of Treating Data Collected
The User Data is collected to allow the Data Controller to be indispensable at the technical level and for the operation of the site. This document will detail all the gadgets and services it uses including interactions with the Social Network and external platforms.
Cookie in use on Nextar Consulting
The _cfduid cookie is set by the CloudFlare service to identify trusted Web traffic. The cookie does not store any personal information.
The cookie pll_language: Technical cookie to store the selected language. Expired by 1 year.
The cookie _ga is part of the Google Analytics analysis and monitoring service. This is a cookie that expires after 2 years after creation or upgrade. It is used to distinguish users.
The _gid cookie is part of the Google Analytics analysis and monitoring service. This is a cookie that expires after 1 day. It is used to distinguish users.
The _gat cookie is part of the Google Analytics analysis and monitoring service. This is a cookie that expires after 10 minutes after creating or updating. It is used to block the number of script script requests so you can only consider the user visits.
Interaction with Social Networks and external Platforms
These services allow you to interact with the Social Network, or with other external platforms, in the form of social bars, plugins, and badges in the blog columns or articles.
Interactions and acquired information are subject in any case to the user’s privacy settings relating to any social network and their privacy policies for which the Owner is not responsible.
The services contained in this section allow the Data Controller to track and analyze traffic data and serve to track user behavior and are made in anonymous form without disclosing user data.
Google Analytics (Google)
Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google uses Personal Data collected for the purpose of tracking, compiling reports and sharing them with other services developed by Google, is aggregated and anonymous.
This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics is a Google Analytics tool that helps website and app owners understand how visitors interact with their own content. You can use a cookie set to collect information and generate site usage statistics without personal identification of individual visitors by Google. Information generated by the cookie on the use of the website by the user (including the IP address) and in an anonymous form is then transmitted to Google and filed with its servers in the United States. Google uses this information to track and examine the use of the website, and to provide this data aggregated and never linked to your identity through Analytics reports and other information services. Google may transfer this information to third parties in the event that this is required by law or in the case of those who handle such information on behalf of Google. In any case, Google declares that it will never associate the user’s IP address with any other data held by Google itself. In case you can disable cookies, delete them in the sessions whenever you feel comfortable with the settings of your browser. This will not result in any substantial changes in the navigation of our blog.
You can make use of this component made available by Google for free to disable Google Analytics, but you should know that this will not allow you to understand your preferences to improve the quality and offer of this portal. For more information, see these pages. By using this blog, you consent to the processing of Google data for the above mentioned modalities and purposes;