Cookie Policy

1.    What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that the websites visited by a user send directly to its terminal (usually, to the browser), where they are memorised to be transmitted to the same websites at the following visit by the same user.

While visiting a website, a user may receive on its terminal also cookies from other websites or from other web servers (the so called third parties cookies); this happens because there may be elements on the visited website, such as images, maps, sounds, links to specific web pages of other domains that are on servers other than the server on which the requested page is placed. In other words, such cookies are set up on a website other than the one that is currently visited.

Cookies are used to execute IT authentication, monitor sessions and to memorise specific information regarding users that access the server, and are normally present in a large number in the browser of each user. Some operations may not be executed without the use of cookies, which in some cases are, thus, technically necessary.

Cookies may remain in the system for long periods as well and may contain a unique identification code. This allows websites that use them to keep track of the user’s navigation within such website for statistical or advertising purposes to create a personalized profile of the user, starting from the pages he/she visited and, hence, show targeted advertisements (i.e.; Behavioural Advertising). This website uses cookies for authentication purposes, therefore, only where the cookie policy is accepted.

Cookies with profiling, statistical, or advertisement purposes may be used in the following cases:

Use of Google Analytics
Use of Google Adwords
Use of  social media plugins (for example Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin)
Facebook and Instagram Ads Market

 

The website uses Javascript for anonymous user tracking. Specifically, it uses Pixel Code from Facebook and Google Analytics. The scripts are only necessary for marketing activities, if expressly accepted by the user, and for an anonymous analysis of navigation data. The website contains links to other Websites that have their privacy policy.

These privacy policies may be different from the one adopted by the Owner, who, therefore is not accountable for Third Party Sites. The consent to the use of this type of cookies is given through the individual settings freely chosen for the browser used to navigate the website, without prejudice to the right of the user to inform the data owner his/her will concerning the data managed through cookies and accepted by such browser.

2. How is consent (opt-in) given to the use of cookies?

Consent to the use of profiling cookies is given by the user in the following manners: by closing the cookie policy short banner; by scrolling the page which contains such banner or by clicking on any element of the page. In any case, consent can be withdrawn at any moment. All technical cookies do not require consent and, therefore, are automatically installed upon access to the website or service.

3. How to withdraw (opt-out) consent to the use of cookies?

Cookies can be completely deactivated by your browser by using the special function provided in most browsing programs. However, one should be aware that disabling cookies, some features of Topfloor may not be usable. Below are the links to the policies from the major browsers for more information regarding cookie disabling:
ChromeFirefoxInternet ExplorerSafari.

To individually deactivate the performance and profiling third-party cookies, you can click on the third-parties’ reporting link expressly indicated in the above-described point 2 of this cookie policy.

With reference to profiling cookies aimed at offering personalised advertising, we inform you that, should you opt-out, you will, in any case, be subject to the receipt of generic advertising.

To opt-out and disable custom advertisements by changing the settings of your mobile devices, follow the directions below:

Android
Open “Google settings” on your device, scroll down and tap “Google” then tap “Ads” and check the box for “interest-based ads” or “ads personalisation”.

iOS
iOS devices use the  Apple Advertising Identifier. For more information on how to limit the monitoring of ads by this Identifier visit the app “Settings” or visit the page https://support.apple.com/en-euro/HT205223.
Further information on cookies and how to opt-out.

Important Notes

Youronlinechoiche and Networdkadvertising platforms offer the possibility of rejecting or accepting cookies from many digital advertising professionals.

We recommend that you use these platforms to manage the revocation of your consent to the use of cookies.

For more information about targeted advertising, please visit the following pages:

European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance
Network Advertising Initiative (NAI)
Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB))