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Cookie Policy

Cookie policy

1. FOREWORD

Pursuant to art.13 of the EU Regulation 679/2016 on the protection of personal data (hereinafter “Regulation or GDPR”), Pack Srl, as the Data Controller, informs you that the website you are browsing uses so-called “cookies” and assimilable technologies in order to allow a better functioning of its Websites (including the mobile version) and its Platform and in order to recognize you from other users. Cookies and assimilated technologies may perform functions and personalize content. Please read this Policy aimed at providing you with all information regarding the use of such technologies.

2. COOKIE DEFINITION

Cookies are short strings of text that are automatically downloaded to your browser or device, with your consent (where necessary), while you are browsing our main Website or using our Platform. This allows us, on each subsequent visit, to keep track of your browsing choices and thus provide an efficient and targeted experience.
Some cookies collect information to maintain the security of the Site; others provide information to help us improve its performance; and still others may personalize content. Each cookie performs a specific action and based on function and purpose of use can be divided into technical cookies, aggregate analysis cookies, and profiling cookies.

As you browse this site, you may install both “first-party” and “third-party” cookies. By “first-party” cookies we mean cookies installed and managed directly by the Data Controller, by “third-party” cookies we mean cookies installed by third parties.

If you have any questions regarding the protection of your Personal Data, you may contact our Data Controller by writing to the e-mail address: info@startuppack.com

3. TECHNICAL, ANALYTICAL AND FUNCTIONALITY COOKIES

The cookies described in this section are sent directly from this site and can be either first-party or third-party. Cookies are installed for the purposes indicated in relation to the different categories of cookies below.

Technical cookies: These are cookies that are installed in order to enable the website to function better and for the purpose of increasing the functionality and performance of the website. Cookies of this type are used, for example, to store a user’s decision on whether to use cookies on the website. Technical cookies are not used for any further purposes and may be managed directly by Pack Srl or by third parties.
These categories of cookies can be used without the user’s prior explicit consent. All these cookies are enabled automatically.

Analytical cookies: To this category belong the “performance or analytics cookies”. These are cookies that collect information about the number of users browsing the website and the most visited pages/sections of the website. These cookies provide the Owner with information regarding the performance of its website/app and can be used with the user’s consent.

Functionality cookies: They allow the user to navigate according to a set of selected criteria (e.g. language, text characters, browser type) in order to improve the service rendered and may be used with the user’s prior consent.

4. PROFILING COOKIES

Profiling cookies store users’ choices while browsing and are installed in order to create profiles of users to whom we provide targeted advertising services or content, show content and propose commercial initiatives based on the sections of our sites that were found to be most relevant to users and their interests.

Profiling cookies may be used with the user’s consent. Consent is acquired through the opening of a banner visible to users when they first visit the site via the “Manage your preferences” button.

5. THIRD-PARTY COOKIES AND SOCIAL BUTTONS

Third-party cookies are installed by third-party Sites, external to the one on which you browse, in order to provide targeted services or advertising content.

This Website also contains so-called social buttons, i.e. digital buttons (so-called icons) designed to offer a direct link to our social pages (e.g. Youtube and Linkedin), which are capable of installing third-party cookies, i.e. from the social networks to which they refer.

Third-party cookies may be used subject to the user’s consent obtained through the ” Manage your preferences ” banner. Consent can be revoked at any time by disabling cookies by the means described in the following paragraph ” How to control cookies “.

6. DURATION OF COOKIES

Cookies can be:

Temporary or session (session cookies): they are used to store temporary information, allow you to link actions performed during a specific session and are removed from your computer when you close your browser;

Permanent (persistent cookies): these are used to store information, such as the login name and password, so that the user does not have to type them in again each time they visit a specific site. These remain stored on the computer even after closing the browser.

The duration of cookies is dictated by the expiration date set at the time of installation.
Cookie storage duration:

AMP_TOKEN: 1 hour
utma: 2 years
utmb: 1 hour
utmc: session duration
utmt: 1 hour
utmv: 2 years
utmz: 7 months
ga: 2 years
gac*: 3 months
gat: 1 hour
gid: 1 day

7. HOW TO CONTROL COOKIES

Users can manage their cookie preferences:

Directly through their device settings – for example, they can prevent the use or storage of Tracking Tools.
In addition, whenever the use of Tracking Tools is dependent on consent, Users can give or revoke that consent by setting their preferences within the cookie policy or updating those preferences via the tracking settings widget, if any.

Within your browser and prevent, for example, third parties (non-partners) from installing them. In that case, the procedures for managing permissions to install and remove cookies differ depending on the browser used. You can find information on how to manage cookies in your browser at the following addresses: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Brave, Opera. .

In the case of services provided by third parties (non-partners), you may also exercise your right to object to tracking by informing yourself via the third party’s Privacy Policy.

8. RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECTS AND METHODS OF EXERCISE

Data subjects have the right to exercise the rights granted to them by the current privacy legislation set out in Articles 15-22 of the GDPR. For any information / request regarding the processing of personal data and the exercise of the rights recognized to you by Articles 15-22 by the GDPR you may write Data Controller at info@startuppack.com

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This Cookie Policy may be subject to change over time, for example relating to the possible entry into force of new industry regulations, the updating or provision of new services or for further technological innovations. The user is therefore invited to consult this text periodically.