The purpose of this document is to inform you about the cookies used on the website www.dejalex.com and on the blogs www.dejalexondigital.eu, www.dejalexonbrexit.eu, www.transportwatch.eu and www.dbjwatch.it (collectively “websites“) of Studio Legale DeBerti Jacchia Franchini Forlani (“Studio“), with registered office at Via San Paolo 7, 20121 – Milan.
1. WHAT COOKIES ARE
Cookies are small text files which, after being stored on the device used by the user, collect useful information depending on the purpose for which a particular cookie is installed. There is a distinction between temporary and permanent cookies, between technical, analytical and profiling cookies, and between first-party and third-party cookies.
Temporary or session cookies keep track of the activities performed during a single browser session. These are deleted from the device when the browser is closed.
Persistent cookies remain on the device between sessions. These cookies will remain stored on the device until they are deleted or reach a specified expiry date.
Technical cookies are those cookies that are necessary for the website to function properly, to enable or facilitate the user’s navigation and to provide services that the user may have requested.
Analytical or analytics cookies are those cookies used to enable the firm to benefit from purely statistical data such as the total number of visitors to the site.
Profiling cookies are used to track the user’s web surfing and create profiles of his or her tastes, habits, choices, etc., and are only and exclusively aimed at understanding the preferences of individual users in order to present them, while surfing, with targeted content that is plausibly of interest to them.
A first-party cookie is set by the websites and is fully controlled by the firm.
Third-party cookies, on the other hand, are those cookies that are installed on the user’s device by parties other than the firm.
2. WHICH COOKIES WE USE
We use technical cookies for the needs of website operation and for the duration of the session.
Third-party cookies are as follows.
3. HOW TO DISABLE COOKIES
If the user uses Google Chrome to browse, he/she can disable Google Analytics cookies by downloading and installing ‘Google Analytics opt out – add on’ at the following link: Google Analytics opt-out.
In any case, the most commonly used browsers allow you to disable cookies; some useful links are provided below:
For more information, users can contact the firm by writing to:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mail: Via San Paolo 7, 20121 Milan.