The necessary cookies help to make a website usable by enabling basic functions, such as page navigation, interaction with chat assistance and access to restricted areas. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.
|CONSENT||Youtube||Used to detect if the visitor has accepted the marketing category in the cookie banner. This cookie is necessary for GDPR-compliance of the web site.||6002 Days||HTTP|
|CONSENT||youtube-nocookie.com||Used to detect if the visitor has accepted the marketing category in the cookie banner. This cookie is necessary for GDPR-compliance of the web site.||6002 Days||HTTP|
|CRAFT_CSRF_TOKEN||Sirsafety.com||Ensures visitor browsing -security by preventing cross-site request forgery. This cookie is essential for the security of the web site and visitor.||Session||HTTP|
|CraftSessionId||Sirsafety.com||Sets a unique ID for the session. This allows the web site to o b taint data on visit r behaviour for statistical purposes.||Session||HTTP|
Statistical cookies help website owners to understand how visitors interact with sites by collecting and transmitting information anonymously.
|_ga||Register a unique ID used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.||2 Years||HTTP|
|_gat||Used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate||1 Day||HTTP|
Used by Google Analytics to collect data on the number of times a user has visited the web site as well as dates for the first and most recent visit.
|_gid||Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the web site.||1 Day||HTTP|
|_hjAbsoluteSessionInProgress||Hotjar||This cookie is used to determine if the visitor has visited the w eb site before, or if it is a new visitor on the web site.||1 Day||HTTP|
|_hjFirstSeen||Hotjar||Sets a unique ID for the session This allows the w eb site to obtain data on visitor behaviour for statistical purposes.||1 Day||HTTP|
|_hjid||Hotjar||Sets a unique ID for the session. This allows the web site to obtain data on visitor behaviour for statistical purposes.||1 Year||HTTP|
|_hjid||Hotjar||Used to detect whether the u ser navigation and interaction s are included in the web site’s data analytics.||Persistent||HTTP|
|_hjIncludedInPageviewSample||Hotjar||Sets a unique ID for the session. This allows the web site to obtain data on visitor behaviour for statistical purpose.||1 Day||HTTP|
|_hjRecordingLastActivity||Hotjar||Registers statistical data on users' behaviour on the web site. Send for n tern al analytics by the web site operator.||Session||HTTP|
|_hjTLDTest||Hotjar||Used in connection with data-synchronization with third -p arty analysis service.||Session||HTTP|
|AnalyticsSyncHistory||Sets a unique e ID for the session This allow s the web site to obtain data on visitor behaviour for statistical purposes.||29 Days||HTTP|
|hjViewportId||Hotjar||This cookie is used to determine if the visitor has visited the w eb site before, or if it is a new visitor on the web site.||Session||HTML|
Marketing cookies are used to offer promotional proposals with non-invasive, relevant and engaging ads. Therefore, of greater value for the individual user and third-party advertisers.
|_ss||Sharpspring||Collects information on visitor behaviour on multiple Websites: this information is used on the site to optimise the relevance of the ad. The cookie also allows the website to determine how the visitor accessed the site.||1 Day||HTTP|
|_ss_referrer||Sharpspring||Collects information on visitor behaviour on multiple Websites: this information is used on the site to optimise the relevance of the ad. The cookie also allows the website to determine how the visitor accessed the site.||1 Day||HTTP|
|_ss_tk||Sharpspring||Collects information on visitor behaviour on multiple Websites: this information is used on the site to optimise the relevance of the ad. The cookie also allows the website to determine how the visitor accessed the site.||25 Years||HTTP|
|Koitk||Sharpspring||Collects data on user behaviour and interaction to optimise the site and make the shows ads more relevant.||10 Years||HTTP|
|lang||Remembers the user's selected language version of a web site||
|Fb_p||Used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products such as real time bidding from third party advertisers.||90 Days||HTTP|
|lidc||Used by the social networking service, LinkedIn, for tracking the use of embedded services.||1 Day||HTTP|
|bcookie||Set the social networking service, LinkedIn, for tracking the use of embedded services.||2 Years||HTTP|
|bscookie||Used by the social networking service, LinkedIn, for tracking the use of embedded services.||2 Years||HTTP|
|lang||Set by LinkedIn when a web page contains an embedded "Follow us" panel.||Session||Pixel|
|tr||Used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products such as real time bidding from third party advertisers.||Session||HTTP|
|UserMatchHistory||Used to track visitors on multiple w eb sites, in order to present relevant advertisement based on the visitor's preferences.||29 Days||HTTP|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||Youtube||Tries to estimate the users’ and width on pages with integrated YouTube videos.||179 Days||HTTP|
|YSC||Youtube||Registers a unique ID to keep statistics of what videos from YouTube the user has seen.||Session||HTTP|
|yt.innertube::nextId||Youtube||Registers a unique ID to keep statistics of what videos from YouTube the user has seen||Persistent||HTML|
|yt.innertube::requests||Youtube||Registers a unique ID to keep statistics of what videos from YouTube the user has seen||Persistent||HTML|
|yt-remote-cast-available||Youtube||Stores the user's video player preferences using embedded YouTube video||Session||HTML|
|yt-remote-cast-installed||Youtube||Stores the user's video player preferences using embedded YouTube video||Session||HTML|
|yt-remote-connected-devices||Youtube||Stores the user's video player preferences using embedded YouTube video||Persistent||HTML|
|yt-remote-device-id||Youtube||Stores the user's video player preferences using embedded YouTube video||Persistent||HTML|
|yt-remote-fast-check-period||Youtube||Stores the user's video player preferences using embedded YouTube video||Session||HTML|
|yt-remote-session-name||Youtube||Stores the user's video player preferences using embedded YouTube video||Session||HTML|
|yt-remote-session-app||Youtube||Stores the user's video player preferences using embedded YouTube video||Session||HTML|
Cookies and privacy: instructions for use
In accordance with the Regulations on personal data protection and the provisions of the Privacy Guarantor Authority, regarding navigation cookies, as Data Controller, Sir Safety System S.p.a. intends to describe the types and purposes of cookies installed on www.sirsafety.com, as well as to describe and define those of any third parties involved.
The cookies used do not record any information that can personally identify a user. If desired, it is possible to disable the cookie use by customising the settings of the browser used during navigation or by adjusting the relevant settings of the device used, by setting the cancellation of all the cookies or by activating a warning message when the cookies are stored.
What are cookies? What are they used for? Do they represent potential risks to our privacy? How can we protect our personal data when we browse the web?
These are some of the questions answered in the new video tutorial created by the Privacy Guarantor.
What are cookies?
Cookies are information entered on your browser when you visit a website or when you use a social network on your PC, smartphone or tablet.
Every cookie contains various data, such as the name of the server it comes from, a numerical identifier, etc.
Cookies can remain in the system for the duration of a session (i.e. until the browser used for web browsing is closed) or for long periods, and may contain a unique identification code.
What are the cookies used for?
Some cookies are used to perform computer authentication, session monitoring and storage of specific information about users who access a web page.
These cookies, so-called technical, are often useful, because they can make browsing and use of the web faster, because, for example, they intervene to facilitate certain procedures when you shop online, when you log in to restricted access areas or when a website automatically recognises the language you usually use.
A particular type of cookie, called analytics, is then used by website managers to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site, and then process general statistics on the service and its use.
Other cookies can instead be used to monitor and profile users while browsing, study their movements and habits of web consultation or consumption (what they buy, what they read, etc.), also to send adverts of targeted and customised services (so-called Behavioural Advertising). In this case, we are talking about profiling cookies.
For example: Have you ever visited a service site, used your webmail or accessed your page on a social network and found advert banners related to your latest web searches or your last purchase made on the Internet?
This happens because those web spaces are designed to recognise your PC or other terminal you use to connect to the web (smartphone, tablet), and possibly send you “profiled” promotional messages based on your searches and your use of the Internet.
A web page may also contain cookies from other sites and contained in various elements hosted on the page itself, such as advert banners, images, videos, etc. In these cases, we are talking about so-called third-party cookies, which are usually used for profiling purposes.
Therefore, the cookies you download on your PC, smartphone and tablet can also be read by other people, other than those who manage the web pages you visit.
Cookies and privacy
Given the particular invasiveness that profiling cookies (especially third-party ones) can have in the private sphere of users, European and Italian standards require the user to be adequately informed about their use and express their valid consent to the insertion of cookies on your terminal.
- that the site uses profiling cookies to send targeted advert messages;
- that the site also allows sending “third party” cookies, if this type of cookie is used, i.e. cookies installed by a different site via the site you are visiting;
In any case, in addition to the safeguards provided, you also have other options to browse without cookies
Block third-party cookies
Third-party cookies are generally not essential for browsing, so you can reject them by default, through specific functions of your browser.
Enable the Do Not Track option
The Do Not Track option is found in most of the latest generation browsers. Websites designed to respect this option, when enabled, should automatically stop collecting some of your browsing data. As mentioned, however, not all websites are set up to respect this option (discretionary)
Enable the “anonymous browsing” mode
Using this function, you can browse without leaving a trace of the browsing data in the browser. The sites will not remember you, the pages you visit will not be stored in the history and the new cookies will be deleted.
However, the anonymous browsing function does not guarantee anonymity on the Internet, because it only serves not to keep browsing data in the browser, whereas your browsing data will continue to remain available to website managers and connectivity providers.
Delete cookies directly
There are specific functions to do this in all browsers. However, remember that new cookies are downloaded every time you connect to the Internet, so the deletion should be performed regularly. If desired, some browsers offer automated systems for the periodic deletion of cookies.
Below are some brief instructions on how to change the cookie settings via the tools of your browser, with particular reference to the four most popular navigation programmes:
-Microsoft Internet Explorer
Click the Tools icon in the top right corner and select Internet Options. Select Privacy in the popup window. Here you can adjust the settings of your cookies, adjusting their level of use among the various options available.
- Google Chrome
Click the Customise and check Google Chrome icon; in the top right corner and select Settings. Then select Show advanced settings and then, in the Privacy section, click on Content settings. In the pop-up window that opens, by clicking Manage exceptions you can change the settings of your cookies by selecting or deselecting the cookies to be kept enabled or be blocked.
- Mozilla Firefox
Select Options from the drop-down menu in the top left corner. Select Privacy in the popup window. Here you can adjust the settings of your cookies.
Select Preferences from the drop-down settings menu in the top right corner. Select Safety and here you can adjust the settings of your cookies. We will keep your cookie preferences thanks to a specific technical cookie having the characteristics specified in the previous table.
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/windows7/block- enable-or- allow-cookies
What types of cookies are present on the website www.sirsafety.com?
There are different types of cookies on this site:
- technical cookies, which are used for the sole purpose of transmitting a communication over an electronic communications network, or if it is strictly necessary to provide a service explicitly requested by the user. In other words, these are cookies that are essential for www.sirsafety.com to function or necessary to perform the activities you request.
This type of cookie is present on our site;
- preference cookies, i.e. those that allow the site to “remember” information that affects how the site behaves or appears, such as your preferred language or the region you are in;
- statistical cookies, used to collect information, in aggregate and anonymous form, on the number of users of www.sirsafety.com and the pages viewed. This type of cookie is present on our site;
- functionality cookies, which allow you to navigate as best as possible [in www.sirsafety.com] according to criteria and options already selected (such as your preferred language, so as not to have to select this option or products chosen for purchase, so as to store them in the virtual cart until you next access the site). This type of cookie is present on our site;
- third-party cookies used for marketing purposes monitor visitors on the websites. The aim is to display ads that are relevant and engaging for the individual user. Using these cookies does not imply the processing of personal data, but can allow your computer or other devices to be connected to and the saved data to be traced: these cookies connect to the browser installed on your computer or on other devices used during navigation on www.sirsafety.com.
Thank you for reading this information note that we have tried to make simple, clear and transparent. In any case, we are always trying to improve: if you have any suggestions or need further information, please write to us at the following address: email@example.com.
As required and set forth by Art. 7 of the GDPR, as an interested party, you are guaranteed the following rights:
1. The interested party has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or not of personal data concerning him, even if not yet recorded, and their communication in an intelligible form.
2. The interested party has the right to obtain information about:
a) the origin of the personal data;
b) the purposes and methods of processing;
c) the logic applied if processing is carried out with using electronic instruments;
d) of the identity of the owner, managers and the appointed representative pursuant to Article 5, paragraph 2;
e) of the subjects or categories of subjects whom the personal data may be communicated to or who can learn about them as an appointed representative in the Country, managers or agents.
3. The interested party has the right to obtain information about:
a) updating, rectifying or, when interested, integrating data;
b) the deletion , conversion into anonymous form or blocking of data processed in violation of the law, including those that do not need to be kept for the purposes for which the data were collected or subsequently processed;
c) the attestation that the operations referred to in letters a) and b) have been brought to the attention, also as regards their content, of those whom the data have been communicated or disseminated to, except if this proves to be impossible or involves using means that are clearly disproportionate to the protected right.
4. The interested party has the right to object, in whole or in part:
a) for legitimate reasons to the processing of personal data concerning him, even if pertinent to the purpose of the collection;
b) to the processing of personal data concerning him for adverts or direct sales material to be sent or for market research or commercial communication.