Cookie Policy

What are they?
Cookies are small text files that are sent to the terminal by sites users visit – computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone, etc. – and are memorized for being retransmitted on the same sites at same user’s next visit. Browsing this Website, you’ll receive cookies sent just from this Website. Here we use two categories: technical cookies and profiling cookies.


Case in Piemonte’s Website includes some information transmitted by Google Analytics, a service of analyzing Google, Inc.’s web traffic (Google). In this case, they are third-part cookies, collected and managed in an anonymous way for monitoring and increasing performances of the host site (performance cookies).
Google Analytics uses cookies for collecting and analyzing in an anonymous way info and behaviors of users on Case in Piemonte’s website (included user’s IP address). This information is collected by Analytics, which elaborates them for redacting reports about activities on Website for Case in Piemonte’s workers. This site doesn’t use – or let others use it – Google Analytics for monitoring or collecting personal info. Google doesn’t link IP address to any other data or link it to the user’s identity. Google can also communicate this info to third-parts when required by law or when third-parts process this info for Google
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User can disable Google Analytics by installing on his/her browser Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on. For doing this, visit:

No user’s personal data are purposefully acquired by the Website. No cookies are used for the communication of personal information, neither are any so-called persistent cookies used, i.e. systems for tracing users. The so-called session cookies (not memorized persistently on the user’s computer, which disappear when the browser closes, are used only for the communication of session identifying data (made up of casual numbers generated by the server) that are needed to allow for the safe and effective browsing of the Website. The so-called session cookies used in this Website avoid resorting to other computer techniques that might prejudice the confidentiality of the user’s browsing, and do not allow for the acquisition of the user’s personal identifying data.

Third-part cookies

Visiting a website, you can receive cookies from the visited site (owners) or from websites that are managed by other organizations (third-parts). An example could be “social plugin” for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest. They are generated by those sites and integrated on the host page. They are mostly useful for sharing contents on social networks.

These plugins transmit cookies from and to all the websites managed from third-parts. Processing info collected from third-parts is governated by related disclaimers. For guaranteeing more transparency, here are some privacy disclaimers about cookies policies.
Facebook disclaimer:
Twitter disclaimer:
Pinterest disclaimer:
Google+ disclaimer:

Each browser has its method of managing cookies, so we suggest following related guidelines.

Other than what said above for browsing data, users may provide their personal data to ask Case in Piemonte for newsletters information material or other communications. If these are not provided, the required service may not be performed.
For the sake of completeness, it should be remembered that, in some cases (that are not object of the ordinary management of this Website), the Authority may require news and information under art. 157 Leg. Decree no. 196/2003, for controlling personal data processing. In this event, said request needs to be satisfied; if it is not satisfied, an administrative sanction will be applied.

Personal data are processed by automated means for the time strictly needed to satisfy the purposes of collection. Specific safety measures are taken to avoid data loss, improper or inaccurate use thereof and unauthorized access.

All individuals which the personal data refer to may ask for confirmation of the existence of such data, at any time, and ask about their content and source, check their accuracy or ask for them to be supplemented or updated, or rectified (art. 7 Leg. Decree 196/2003). Pursuant to the same article, the data holder may ask for said data to be cancelled, turned into an anonymous form or blocked when processed against the law, and may object to their processing for legitimate purposes.

Such requests shall be made by email, to by it’s legal representative, Eli Anne Langen

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