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Cookies

 

What are Cookies?

Cookies and flash cookies are small files that are saved on your data carrier which store specific information about your preferred settings and any other data that our system needs when interacting with your browser. There are two different kinds of cookies: session cookies, which are deleted the moment you quit your browser; and temporary/permanent cookies, which are stored on your data carrier for a longer period of time or, in some cases, permanently. Cookies help us to tailor our website to suit you and to reflect your tastes and your browsing habits. They also allow us to save any information you have entered so you don’t have to enter it all again the next time you visit.


What kind of cookies do Alberto Fasciani use?

Most of the cookies we use are session cookies which are deleted at the end of your browser session. We use these to allow you to use our shopping basket function across more than page of our site, for example. We do use some cookies that remain on your computer after you have quit your browser. This kind of cookie enables our system to recognise that you’ve visited our website before and to remember which settings and products you preferred. These temporary/permanent cookies have a lifespan of around one month to ten years, after which they will be automatically deleted. These cookies allow us to collect and analyse data to come up with strategies to improve our website. This makes our website easier for our customers to use and helps us to provide you with personal recommendation of products you may like. Our aim is to offer you a fun, easy shopping experience on a website that is tailored to your tastes.


What kind of information is stored in cookies?

The cookies used by Alberto Fasciani  are never used to store any personal information. Therefore our cookies cannot be traced back to an individual user. Once a cookie is activated, it is given an ID number, which is solely used for internal reference and cannot be used to identify the user or access any personal information, such as your name or IP address. The anonymised information we receive from the cookies allows us to assess which pages of our site are visited the most and see which products were most popular etc.


What is on-site targeting?

The Alberto Fasciani  website gathers information that could be useful in tailoring our adverts and online offer to our customers. This information is not used to identify you as a user; it is solely used for the optimization of our website. Information collected by our cookies is not stored with our customer’s personal information or order information, it is only used to provide our users with adverts and/or notification of offers and services that are suited to their individual tastes, using click stream analysis (e.g. adverts for reduced trainers if a customer has been browsing our sports shoe selection). Our goal is to provide you with a shopping experience suited to your tastes and shopping preferences.


Do Alberto Fasciani  use third party cookies?

Cookies from specific business partners are allowed by Alberto Fasciani for the purpose of tailoring their adverts to your tastes and browsing habits, so cookies from some of our partners may be stored on your computer when you visit our site. These cookies are temporary/permanent cookies, which will be automatically deleted from your computer at the end of their lifespan (14 days to 10 years). As with our cookies, these third party cookies do not collect any personal information. The data stored is collected at certain times, allowing these companies to see which products have been viewed most frequently but this is done completely anonymously under randomly designated user ID numbers. Therefore, this data will never be pooled with any personal information you have given Alberto Fasciani. Third party cookies have the sole purpose of allowing our partners to advertise products that may interest you.


Re-targeting

Our website uses retargeting, which allows us to make our online offer more interesting for you. Retargeting technology means we can advertise recently viewed and related products on our partners’ websites, meaning our adverts, even on other companies’ sites, are relevant to what you would like to see. We do this by analyzing user behavior from data collected by our cookies. Even this kind of information is anonymous, with no personal information being stored and no user profiles.


Declaration of Consent

I hereby give permission for my user information to be stored on cookie files. I also allow these files to remain on my computer after I have ended my browser session so they may be used upon my next visit to the website. I reserve the right to retract this permission by changing my browser setting to refuse cookies.

 

How can I prevent cookies from being stored on my computer?

You can change the settings in your browser to ask for your permission every time a cookie tries to access your computer. If you would like to accept Alberto Fasciani cookies but block our partners’ cookies, you can set your browser to block third party cookies.

Usually, your browser’s help section will provide information on how to change your cookie settings.

We recommend only changing the browser setting for your profile on shared computers.


More Information about Browser Settings for Cookies

You can find information about the kind of cookies we use and why we use them in our data protection section. If you decide you would like to block cookies either from us, our partners or both, here is some information on how you can set your browser to not accept these files.

We would like to remind you that blocking cookies will prevent some functions of our website from working, such as the shopping basket function.


Firstly, check which browser you are using then follow our guides for the 5 most commonly used web browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Apple Safari):

 

Internet Explorer (Version 9.0):

  1. Click on the Tools menu then Internet Options.

  2. Click on the Security tab. Here, you can set your Cookie preferences to High, Medium

    or Low.

    •   To accept Cookies: Set your Cookie settings to low to accept all Cookies.

    •   To block Cookies: Set your Cookie settings to high to block all Cookies.

    •   To block Third Party Cookies: Click on Custom Level and select the box Block

      Third Party Cookies.

  3. Click OK to confirm changes.



Mozilla Firefox (Version 14):

  1. Click on the Firefox menu (called Tools in Windows XP) and click Options.

  2. Select the Privacy panel.

  3. Under History, change your settings to ‘Firefox will: Use custom settings for history’.

    •   To accept Cookies: Select ‘Accept Cookies from Sites.

    •   To block Cookies: Remove the tick next to the ‘Accept Cookies from Sites’

      field.

    •   To block Third Party Cookies: Remove the tick next to the ‘Accept Third Party

      Cookies’ field.

  4. When using Mozilla Firefox, you also have the option of choosing how long Cookies

    are saved for on your computer.

    •   Keep until: they expire this means Cookies will be deleted at the end of their

      lifespan. This is determined by the creator of the Cookie.

    •   Keep until: I close Firefox this setting will delete Cookies when you quit your

      browser.

    •   Keep until: ask me every time your browser will ask you each time a website

      attempts to store a Cookie on your browser and you can decided each time if

      you would like to accept or block it.

  5. Click OK to confirm changes.



Google Chrome (Version 20.0):

  1. Click on the spanner icon on your browser.

  2. Select Settings.

  3. Click on Show Advanced Settings.

  4. Click on Privacy then Content Settings in the Privacy menu.

  5. In the Cookies section, you can change your settings as follows:

To accept Cookies: Select ‘Allow local data to be set’.

  •   To block Cookies: Select ‘Block sites from getting any data’.

  •   To block Third Party Cookies: Select ‘Ignore exceptions and block third-party

    cookies from being set’.

  •   Google Chrome also offers the following setting – ‘Session only’, which means

    all Cookies will be accepted but deleted at the end of the session, when you close your browser.


Opera:

  1. Click on Settings then Preferences.

  2. In the Preferences menu, click on Advanced.

  3. Click on Cookies:

    •   To accept Cookies: select ‘Accept’.

    •   To block Cookies: select ‘Never accept Cookies’.

    •   To block Third Party Cookies: select ‘Accept only from the sites I visit’.


Safari (Version 5.1.7):

  1. Click on the Safari menu.

  2. Click on Preferences.

  3. Select Privacy:

  •   To accept Cookies: select ‘Always’ next to ‘Accept Cookies’.

  •   To block Cookies: select ‘Never’.

  •   To block Third Party Cookies: select ‘Only from sites you navigate to’