Italian genealogy by Stefania Fangarezzi

professional genealogist

Policies applied to privacy

Use of cookies within the site

What is a cookie policy?

The cookie policy, or Policy on the use of cookies, is a document that explains to visitors to your website which cookies are issued by the site, by which subjects, and for what purpose.

What is a cookie?

The term "cookie" usually means a small file that is installed on the user's device when they visit a website.

Each cookie contains various data such as, for example, the name of the server it comes from, a numeric identifier, etc...

The cookie performs various functions and can be issued directly by the site manager or by third party suppliers. It is therefore very important that your site publishes a cookie policy in accordance with the law, able to explain to your customers which cookies are issued by the site, by whom, and for what purposes.

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 cookies used for?

This site currently uses only a technical cookie and Google Analytics cookie ® used for the mere collection of statistical data of entry to the site.

We do not profile, we transfer this data to others, but Google transforms the incoming data into anonymous data at our request, precisely to avoid tracing users.

What cookies do we use

Name Purpose Type and duration of the cookie
_GA and _GA_CODICE Operational cookie

They track the number of visitors via Google Analytics, but anonymously.

Duration: 2 years
PHPSESSID Operational cookie

Identifies the open session, it is automatically closed when you leave the site.

Duration: deleted after exiting the browser
privacyBanner Law cookies

It contains a reference to your choice to accept the privacy law or not. As regulated by law.
Cookie Law

Duration of one year, mandatory by law.

Option "Do Not Track"

"Do Not Track" is a technology that allows visitors to deny websites the ability to track them for any purpose, including the use of analytics services, commercial networks and social platforms.

To activate the "Do Not Track" option, follow the browser link:

Source: Site of the Garante della Privacy (Italian)

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