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ITALY - Internet. Privacy Guarantor: no to cookies without consent
Stop the installation of cookies for final 'profiling and marketing by the operators of the sites without notifying users and obtaining their consent. If you surf online potra 'then decide in a free and conscious whether to use or not the information collected on the sites visited to receive advertising' targeted. This was established by the Data Protection Commissioner with a general measure published in the Official Journal, which was adopted after a public consultation, which identified mode 'simplified for users to make the information on line on the use of cookies and provided directions to acquire consent, when required by law. Cookies are small text files that the visited sites send to the terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, notebook) of the user, where they are stored, before being re-transmitted to the same sites on your next visit. Are used to perform authentication information, monitoring of sessions and information storage sites (without the use of cookies "technical" some operations would be very difficult or impossible to execute). But through cookies you can 'also monitor browsing, collect data on tastes, habits, personal choices that allow the reconstruction of detailed consumer profiles.
"With this measure, developed through consultation of various stakeholders, it becomes more 'easy compliance with the obligations prescribed by the regulations europea- says Antonello Soro, President of the Guarantor Privacy- The simplified procedure will allow' easy surfers to express a consensus really free and conscious ". To protect the privacy of users and to their choices more 'aware, the Guarantor has therefore decided that, from now on when accessing the home page or to another page of a website must immediately be a banner clearly visible, where it is clearly stated: that the site uses cookies profiling to send targeted advertisements; the site also allows sending cookies "third party", ie cookies installed by a different site through the site you are visiting; a link to a more informative 'wide, with the indications on the use of cookies sent from the site, where and' can refuse to give consent to their installation directly or by connecting to various sites in the case of cookies "third party"; an indication that continuing the navigation (eg., by accessing another area of ​​the site or by selecting an image or a link) lends the consent to the use of cookies. As for the requirement to keep track of the user's consent, the site manager and 'allowed to use a cookie technician, in order not to repeat the information brief to the second user's visit. You retain, however, the chance 'to change your choices about cookies through the extensive information that has to be linkable from each page. By way of example, the Ombudsman has prepared a model of banner available on its website www.garanteprivacy.it

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Internet: Data Protection Commissioner, no cookies for profiling without consent
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Stop the installation of cookies for profiling and marketing by the operators of the sites without notifying users and obtaining their consent. If you surf on line will then decide in a free and conscious whether to use or not the information collected on the sites visited to receive targeted advertising.
This was established by the Data Protection Commissioner with a general measure [Doc. No web. 3118884] published in the Official Journal, which was adopted after a public consultation, which identified the simplified procedures for users to make the information on line on the use of cookies and provided directions to gain consent when required by law.
Cookies are small text files that the visited sites send to the terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, notebook) of the user, where they are stored, before being re-transmitted to the same sites on your next visit. Are used to perform authentication information, monitoring of sessions and information storage sites (without the use of cookies "technical" some operations would be very difficult or impossible to execute). But through cookies you can also track browsing, collect data on tastes, habits, personal choices that allow the reconstruction of detailed consumer profiles.
"With this measure, developed through consultation of various stakeholders, it becomes easier to respect their obligations under European law" - commented Antonello Soro, President of the Data Protection Commissioner. "The simplified procedure will allow surfers to easily manifest a truly free and informed consent".
To protect users' privacy and allow them more informed choices, the Guarantor has therefore decided that, from now on when accessing the home page or to another page of a website must immediately be a banner clearly visible in which clearly indicates:
1) that the site uses cookies profiling to send targeted advertisements;
2) the site also allows sending cookies "third party", ie cookies installed by a different site through the site you are visiting;
3) Link to a wider disclosure, with the indications on the use of cookies sent from the site, where you may opt to install them directly or by connecting to various sites in the case of cookies "third party";
4) a statement that continuing the navigation (eg., By going to another area of ​​the site or by selecting an image or a link) it consents to the use of cookies.
As for the requirement to keep track of the user's consent, the site manager is permitted to use a cookie technician, in order not to repeat the information brief to the second user's visit.
You retain, however, the ability to edit their own choices about cookies through the extensive information that has to be linkable from each page.
By way of example, the Ombudsman has prepared a model of banner available on its website www.garanteprivacy.it