May 2020 version
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that this website can create on the device you are using to browse. The purpose of cookies in general is to store and transport information. This is useful both for companies which can, for example, measure the use of their sites by users, and for users of the sites, allowing them, for example, to set their personal browsing preferences (eg choice of language).
unsystematic and generalized use but limited exclusively to specific circumstances and purposes;
information to users of cookies used and collection of informed consent when necessary.
QUALCOSAdiBLU cannot, through cookies, trace any of your personal information (e.g. name, surname, email) if you are not providing them directly. Also, another website cannot use a cookie issued by QdB websites to access other information contained on your computer. Once saved on your computer, the cookie can only be read by the website that created it.
If you keep reading, you will find that the site does use of different types of cookies. Some of these are essential for the site to function, others are not. In any case, remember: you have the possibility, at any time, to set the browser on your computer to accept all cookies, only some, or to reject them completely.
What cookies do we use?
The cookies we use can be distinguished on the basis of the length of stay on the device you use to navigate, the origin and the purpose pursued.
Length of stay
Session (or temporary) cookies: they are deleted and disappear from the device when you leave the website and close the browser.
Permanent cookies: they remain on the device even after you have exited the website until you delete them or until their expiration date is reached. QdB sites create this type of cookie and store them on your device so that you can read them when you visit our sites again. This allows you, for example, to find the preferences you have set on the site even on subsequent visits.
First party cookies: are the cookies released by the website you are visiting; the site is the one corresponding to the address you typed (website displayed in the URL window).
Third party cookies: are cookies issued by a website other than the one you are visiting (for example those used by our business partners or by our service providers such as Wix or Google Analytics).
Strictly necessary cookies or cd. "technicians": these cookies are essential to navigate the site you are visiting and to use some features. Without these cookies, some online services that you request (eg access to restricted areas, use of the virtual cart, etc.) cannot be provided. With this type of cookie we do not collect any of your personal information and therefore we can never and in any way identify you.
Performance cookies: these cookies collect anonymous information and help us understand how users interact with our sites. For example, they tell us which pages are most visited, the time spent on the site, any error messages, etc. The performance cookies we use only collect information on an aggregate and anonymous basis, and are used to improve the functioning of the sites and your browsing experience.
Functionality cookies: these cookies allow the site to remember the choices you make (such as font size of the displayed text, language preference, country you are in, etc.) and to provide you with the customized features you have selected. In some cases these cookies can also be used to offer online services (e.g. offer a live chat service) or to avoid offering you services or messages that you have already rejected in the past. Our sites release this type of cookie on your device in a completely anonymous way without giving us the possibility to identify you. We remind you that if you delete this type of cookie, the preferences and / or settings you have selected will not be stored for your future visits.
Do you want to refuse and block cookies?
Most internet browsers are initially set up to accept cookies automatically. This means that you have the possibility, at any time, to set your browser to accept all cookies, only some, or to refuse them, disabling their use by the sites. Furthermore, you can normally set your browser preferences in such a way as to be notified every time a cookie is stored on your computer. Finally, at the end of each browsing session, you can delete the cookies collected from the hard drive of your device. If you want to delete the cookies installed in the cookie folder of the browser used, remember that each browser has different procedures for managing settings.