Cookie Policy

COOKIE POLICY
What is a cookie?
A ‘’cookie’’ is a little text file. When you visit our websites, your browser will be asked of loading and memorize a cookie in your device to save these information (your language and localization) in order to understand your preferences and customize for you the model of our websites. The cookies can’t read data of your device and they can’t download information from any other cookie created from other websites. The term cookie includes technologies similar to Local Shared Objects (“flash cookies”) and web beacons or web bugs.

We use cookies:
• to give you the possibility to use our website;
• to customize our websites according to your preferences and to give us the possibility to improve your experience;
• to analyze your use of our website and our products;
• to protect our servers from total interruptions and excessive loadings.
Our website uses cookies of third parties session and persistent cookies.

Detailed types of cookies that we use
Statistics: Google Analytics is a web analysis tool supplied by Google Inc. (“Google”) that helps glueton.it to understand the way our websites are used. The information about your utilization of our website, including the IP address, may be transmitted and saved in Google servers. We use this information to draft reports and to improve our website. The cookies collect information anonymously, including website visitors number, their origin and the pages they have visited.

Name Purpose Deadline
_utma This cookie allow us to know if you have already visited our website, so that we can count how many new visitors have consulted our website or a specific page. 2 years from the last modification
_utmb It is used together with a _utmc, it calculates the average duration of your visit on glueton.it 30 minutes from the last modification
_utmc It is used together with a _utmb, it calculates when you close your browser on browser closing
_utmt It is used to limit requests 10 minutes
_utmv It is used to memorize customized variable data in terms of visitors. This cookie is created once a developer uses the _setCustomVar method with a customized variable in terms of visitors. This cookie has even been used for the deprecate setvar and it gets up to date every time data are sent to Google Analytics. 2 years from the last modification
_utmz it saves the network path to reach glueton.it (for example, from another website or through a search engine). 6 months from the last modification
_utmt_rollupTracker It keeps track of more domains of glueton.it websites 30 minutes from the last modification
_utmt_oldTracker It removes the previous tracker 30 minutes from the last modification
_ga It is used to recognize users 2 years from the last modification
_gat It is used to limit requests 10 minutes from the last modification

Further information: https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/
To disable Google Analytics Cookies on all websites, visit https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

Instructions for the user

To manage, authorize, block or delete cookies (in whole or in part), you can interact directly with your browser. To have more information on how set preferences on the use of cookies through the Browser, it is possible to consult the relative instructions:
Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Microsoft Windows Explorer