Privacy

 The GERI HDP group diligently complies with the provisions of Legislative Decree 196/2003 on processing personal data. It trains the staff assigned and appoints internal managers to protect the provisions of the Data Protection Authority. The GERI HDP Group complies with  fullness of the willing:

  • D.Lgs. n. 231/2007
  • D.Lgs. n. 81/2008
  • D.Lgs. n. 22/1997

In relation to the Credit Recovery and Credit Status licences, the GERI HDP group conforms to the Consolidated Law on Public Security (TULPS ) and the relative implementing regulations.

Privacy

Cookies Policy

Cookies are small (text) files that are sent to your browser while you are visiting the website or using the service of Notificare and are subsequently stored on the hard drive or in the memory of your Terminal Equipment. At your next visit to the website, the browser can send back this information. The cookies that are stored through this website cannot harm your Terminal Equipment or any files that are saved on your Terminal Equipment. Cookies are useful, helping website developers and companies to improve your website browsing experience. Some cookies are strictly necessary to enable you to move around the site or to provide certain basic features. Others are used to monitor and improve our website’s functionality and performance. The Site use Technical cookies. What it is written before is referred to the user’s computer and to any device the user may use to connect to the website.

 

Technical cookies

these allow the user to navigate through the website or application and use the various options or services there. For example, with traffic control and data communication, to identify the session, access restricted Web parts, remember the elements of an order, make the request for registration or participation in an event, use the security features during navigation, and store content for broadcast video or sound.

 

Types of cookies used

 

First-party cookies: A small amount of text stored in the user's computer that is created by the Web site the user is visiting. By default, first-party cookies are allowed in every Web browser. If you were to disable first-party cookies, a Web site could not keep track of your activity as you move from page to page. For example, you would be unable to purchase multiple items online in the same transaction. Each time you added something to the cart from another page on the site, it would be treated as a new order

 

Third-party cookies: Third-party cookies belong to domains different from the one shown in the address bar. These sorts of cookies typically appear when web pages feature content, such as banner advertisements, from external websites. This opens up the potential for tracking the user's browsing history, and is often used by advertisers in an effort to serve relevant advertisements to each user.

 

Session Cookies: Session Cookies are also used by the server to store information about user page activities so users can easily pick up where they left off on the server's pages. By default, web pages really don't have any 'memory'. Cookies tell the server what pages to show the user so the user doesn't have to remember or start navigating the site all over again. Cookies act as a sort of “bookmark” within the site. Similarly, cookies can store ordering information needed to make shopping carts work instead of forcing the user to remember all the items the user put in the shopping cart. Session cookies allow users to be recognized within a website so any page changes or item or data selection you do is remembered from page to page. The most common example of this functionality is the shopping cart feature of any e-commerce site. When you visit one page of a catalog and select some items, the session cookie remembers your selection so your shopping cart will have the items you selected when you are ready to check out. Without session cookies, if you click CHECKOUT, the new page does not recognize your past activities on prior pages and your shopping cart will always be empty. Without cookies, websites and their servers have no memory. A cookie, like a key, enables swift passage from one place to the next. Without a cookie every time you open a new web page the server where that page is stored will treat you like a completely new visitor.Websites typically use session cookies to ensure that you are recognised when you move from page to page within one site and that any information you have entered is remembered. For example, if an e-commerce site did not use session cookies then items placed in a shopping basket would disappear by the time you reach the checkout. You can choose to accept session cookies by changing the settings in your browser.

 

Persistent cookie: Also called a permanent cookie, or a stored cookie, a cookie that is stored on a users hard drive until it expires (persistent cookies are set with expiration dates) or until the user deletes the cookie. Persistent cookies are used to collect identifying information about the user, such as Web surfing behavior or user preferences for a specific Web site. Essential cookies: These cookies are strictly necessary for the site’s operations. Without the use of that cookies some parts of the site wouldn’t work. Cookies likely to be deemed essential are those used for the shopping basket and checkout, those that provide security for online banking services and those that help ensure that your page loads quickly by distributing the workload. Functional cookies: Functional cookies record information about choices that you have made, and they also allow us to tailor the website to suit your needs. For example, on the mobile website we put a cookie to remember where you came from to ensure that when you visit again you will return to the same section. We also use cookies to save your category/segment preference.

 

Cookies social network sharing: these cookies ease the sharing of the site’s contents through social networks.You can visit social network’s sites to examine their privacy and cookies policies.

 

How to manage and turning off cookies in the browser?

 

You can block cookies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. Below are links to the 'Help' pages of major browsers which explain how you can do this. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies) you may not be able to access all or parts of our site or any other websites that you visit. Internet Explorer | Firefox | Chrome | Safari | Opera | Blackberry | Safari iOS | Windows Mobile Except for essential cookies, all cookies will expire after a period of time. If you block the use of cookies on your browser it may disrupt some services or functionality of the website may be reduced.