Cookies policy disclosure
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that can be used by websites to streamline the experience for the user. The law says that we can store cookies on your device, if strictly necessary for the operation of this website. For all other types of cookie we require your consent.
This website uses different types of cookies. Some cookies are imposed by third-party services appearing on our pages.
You can amend or revoke your consent at any time using the Cookies declaration on our website.
Your consent applies to the following websites: riversystems.it.
River Systems srl protects users’ privacy in accordance with the GDPR (EU) 2016/679. We ask all users to read this page and any amendments, in relation to data protection, before browsing the site. This declaration refers to the website riversystems.it. Any external resources reachable via links on the browser are the responsibility of the websites offered to the user.
Software is used on this website to collect statistical data to allow us to understand how users are browsing the site and to improve interaction with users when upgrading the website: data is collected for statistical purposes in aggregate, anonymous form. “Passive” browsing requires the use of session or permanent cookies, which the user can disable from his or her browser.
COLLECTION OF INFORMATION
Information is collected in relation to enquiries, registration for the newsletter, or use of the comments form.
Email addresses and personal data given in relation to enquiries will only be used to facilitate contact between our company and the browser or to respond to their needs.
We use analytical/performance cookies, which allow us to count the number of visitors and note how they browse the site. The data is aggregate and not individual. Using these cookies we can see how to improve the website or how to help users to find the information more quickly in the future.
|Purpose||Legal standing||Time for which the data are kept|
|Strictly necessary or so-called ‘technical’ cookies|
The website uses first party cookies, session cookies and persistent cookies in order to allow a safe and efficient browsing and use of the website as well as to improve the website services. They will allow you to be recognised when you subsequently access the website, so that you do not have to enter your information each time. Functional cookies improve browsing quality and experience.
|Pursuant to a contract that the user are party – website browsing and use||Session and persistent|
The website uses Google Analytics to help us analyse how users use the website.
The Google Analytics’ settings provide data sharing with Google in order to use the following services: a) Benchmarking, such as participation in collection of anonymous data in order to better understand data performance, b) technical support, to allow Google to provide assistance and c) account experts, in order to allow Google marketing experts to provide suggestions to improve configuration and analysis.
For more details and information, please visit the related Google page at the link: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1011397. By default, analytical cookies use the entire IP address of site users to provide general geographic data in reports. A complementary module allows you to disable Google Analytics.
|Legitimate interest||Session and persistent|
|Social Network cookies|
The website uses third party cookies to allow interaction with social networks (Facebook, Twitter,…) especially in order to share contents through the above mentioned social networks.
After the expiry of the time limits above mentioned, the data are going to be destroyed, cancelled or anonymized, in accordance with the technical procedures for cancellation and backup.
Transfer of personal data
THIRD-PARTY APPLICATIONS INTEGRATED INTO OUR WEBSITE
Our website may include third-party applications that allow you to share the content of our website with other people or to show other people that you are using this site, or to give your opinion about the contents of our website. This is the case for the “Share” and “Like” buttons on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ etc.
Social networks with one of these buttons may identify users in this way, even if it will not be used when you visit our website.
This type of button may allow the social network to follow your browsing of the website simply because your social network account has been activated on your device (open session) while you are visiting our website.
We have no control over the process used by social networks to collect information about how you browse this website that is connected to the personal data they hold. We invite you to read the social networks’ privacy policies to find out the purpose of use, including advertising, and the types of browsing data they can collect using these plug-in buttons. These policies should allow you to exercise your decisions in relation to the social networks, using the settings on your individual account.
YOUR COOKIES PREFERENCES
You can express your preferences about cookies at any time, using the procedure described below.
Options offered by your browser
– Consent to cookies
When a cookie is recorded on a device it is essentially subject to the user’s preferences which can be expressed or changed at any time, free of charge, using the browser options. If you have accepted cookies on your device, via your browser, the cookies integrated into the pages and content you have seen may be stored temporarily in a dedicated area of your device. They can only be read by the issuer.
– Refusal of cookies
– How to exercise your preferences depending on the browser you are using
Each browser has different options for the management of cookies and preferences. The procedure is described in the Help menu on your browser which shows you how you can change your cookie preferences .
If you do not intend to allow cookies to be recorded on your terminal (including cookies for advertising purposes) you can configure the browser accordingly, using the relevant function.