About use of cookies

Exhaustive information on the use of cookies

This information is part of the Information on Privacy and must be read in addition to it. The website www.csaeo.it uses cookies to make its services simple and efficient for the user who visits the pages of our site.
 

COOKIE POLICY

  1. What are cookies?

As clarified by the Italian Data Protection Authority in their FAQs of December 2012, cookies are ‘small text files’ – consisting of letters and numbers – ‘that websites visited by you send to your terminals – generally your browsers. Cookies are stored there and then retransmitted to the corresponding websites the next time that you visit those sites’. Cookies are meant to streamline the analysis of web traffic or flag when a specific website or part of a website is visited, to distinguish visitors from one another in order to provide customized content, and to help administrators improve websites and user experience. Through cookies we cannot access other information stored on your devices, even if cookies are downloaded there. Cookies cannot upload any codes of any kind, carry viruses or malware and are not harmful to your terminals.

Below you will find all the information relevant to the cookies installed through this website as well as all necessary tips on how to manage your cookie preferences.


 

  1. Informed consent to the use of cookies

When you visit any page of this website for the first time an information banner on the use of cookies will be displayed where you will find all information on how to manage your installation preferences (consent).

Our website will recall the choices you have made, so the abridged version of the Cookie policy will not be displayed again when you next connect from the same device. However, you will be allowed to fully or partly withdraw your consent after that it has been granted at any time. A dedicated link to withdraw your consent is available in the footer of this website.

Should you experience any technical problems when providing your consent, please contact us through the appropriate means available on this website so that we can provide you with assistance.


 

  1. Duration of cookies

Cookies can be:

  • Session cookies: cookies that are stored during a session on a user's computer and are deleted when the browser is shut. They are strictly used only to transmit session IDs for safely and efficiently surfing websites, thus avoiding other techniques which might be harmful to user privacy when browsing the Internet;

  • Persistent cookies: cookies that are stored on the user's hard disk until they expire or are deleted by users/visitors. Through persistent cookies, visitors accessing a website, or any other users using the same computer, are automatically recognized at each visit. Visitors can set their computer's browsers to accept/reject all cookies or to display a warning whenever a cookie pops up so that they can assess whether or not to accept it. However, users can modify their default settings and disable cookies, i.e. block them permanently, by setting the highest level of protection.

 

  1. Types of cookies

Cookies can be:

  • First-party cookies: cookies that feature this website as the domain;

  • Third-party cookies: cookies that come from external domains.

Third-party cookies are installed by external parties referred to as ‘third-parties’. Such parties are not managed by this website. Another type of cookies are the so-called ‘flash cookies’ (Local Shared Objects), used within Adobe Flash Player to deliver certain content, such as video clips or animations, in order to remember settings and preferences. Flash cookies are stored on the user's device, but are managed through a different interface than the browser's interface.

We also use Facebook's pixel technology, a (third-party) tool consisting of a small piece of programming code embedded in our website that enables us to collect statistical data, monitor the actions taken on our website by visitors, create customized target groups watching our ads as well as take advantage of many other related features.

  1. Nature of cookies

As regards their nature, cookies can be:


 

- Technical cookies: cookies used for the unique purpose of 'transmitting communication on an electronic communications network, or else to the extent which is strictly necessary for communications service providers to provide services explicitly requested by subscribers or users' (see art. 122, par. 1, of the Code).

They are not used for any further purposes and are normally installed directly by the website owner or operator. They can be subdivided into:

  • navigation or session cookies: they ensure the smooth surfing and use of the website (for example, in order to make purchases or authenticate access to restricted areas). Such cookies are in fact necessary for the smooth functioning of the site;

  • analytics cookies (first party): they are similar to technical cookies if they are used directly by a website operator to collect aggregate information on the number of users and how they visit the website, with a view to improving the site performance;

  • functionality cookies: they enable users to navigate in accordance with a number of selected criteria (e.g., language, products selected for purchasing) in order to improve the services provided to users. For the installation of these cookies no prior user consent is requested (for more information read the paragraph ‘Cookie management’ below).

- Analytics cookies (third party): cookies that are not used directly by a website operator, but are set by and made available to third parties for statistical purposes. The website has no direct control over individual cookies and cannot control, directly place or delete them. However, you can manage these cookies through your browser settings (follow the instructions below), or by means of the sites listed in the ‘Cookie management’ section.


 

- Profiling cookies: cookies that are aimed at creating profiles of the user and are used to send advertising messages in line with the user preferences as part of the navigation on the network. Profiling cookies can only be used with prior consent by data subjects. Third-party cookies cannot be controlled by us. You can still manage these cookies through your browser settings (following the instructions below), or the websites listed in the ‘Cookie management’ section.


 

  1. Cookies on this website and withdrawal of consent

This website uses cookies. The cookies specifically installed on this site can be viewed by consulting the ‘Cookie configuration’ link located in the footer at the bottom of any page on the website. Through that section you can enable and disable cookies at any time.

 


 


 


 

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24/02/2024

Mostra "Fasto e fantasia. I kimono nelle stampe giapponesi ukiyo-e"

Mostra al Museo di Palazzo Poggi, dal 24 febbraio al 23 giugno 2024
22/06/2024

Visite guidate

Alla mostra "Fasto e fantasia - I kimono nelle stampe giapponesi ukiyo-e"

courses

 
Korean language courses
Beginner/intermediate courses of Korean language, with our teacher Kim Hyunsook.
If you are interested, contact us.
Calligraphy and seal-carving school
Organized by Paola Billi and Nicola Piccioli

Contact us for information and accessions.

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Centro Studi d'Arte Estremo-Orientale - Via S. Maria Maggiore, 1 - 40121 BOLOGNA - ITALY - Telefono (+39) 051/6217504 - C.F. 92017370377 - email:info@csaeo.it