Table of contents
1. Preliminary remarks
2. What are cookies
3. Types and purposes of cookies used by FlexLink Holding AB
1. Preliminary remarks
1.2 Controller. By this Policy, FlexLink Holding AB (“FlexLink”) having its registered office in Byfogdegatan 11, 415 50 Gothenburg, Sweden with VAT no. SE556678979701, in its capacity as Controller, fulfils its obligations to provide information to Data Subjects, regarding the processing of Personal Data, collected by automated procedures through the Website.
1.5 Amendments. The Policy may from time to time be amended/revised, for many reasons, including, but not limited to, changes of the Italian and EU legislation concerned and business needs.
2. What are cookies
2.1 General information on cookies. Cookies are, as a rule, text strings that the websites visited by the user (so-called ‘publisher’ or ‘first party’ websites) or else different websites or web servers (so-called ‘third parties’) place and store within a terminal device in the user’s possession — whether directly as is the case with publisher websites, or indirectly as is the case with ‘third parties’, i.e. through the intermediation of the publisher websites.
2.2 Classification. Cookies are necessary to manage the Website and to provide services by the Controller and, particularly, to improve the Data Subjects’ browsing experience. Cookies differ depending on the type and purpose, as hereinafter described.
3. Types and purposes and deactivation of cookies used by FlexLink
3.1 Technical cookies. Technical cookies are used solely for the purpose of ‘carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network, or to the extent strictly necessary for the provider of an information society service explicitly requested by the contracting party or user to provide that service’. The Website uses browsing and functional cookies, in relation to activities that are strictly necessary for the Website functionality and use by Data Subjects. Browsing cookies are essential to enable Data Subjects to have access to various areas of the Website. Functional cookies are used to enable Data Subjects to avail themselves of some functionalities of the Website, which are essential in order to provide services, including, but not limited to, filling in forms, saving of the name and language used by Data Subjects, forwarding newsletters, adjustments made on the text and font size and, in general, to enable Data Subjects to make customized choices.
3.2 Profiling cookies. Profiling cookies are used to trace specific actions or recurring behavioral patterns in the use of the offered functionalities back to specific, identified or identifiable individuals for the purpose of grouping the different profiles within homogeneous, multi-sized clusters; this is aimed in turn to enable the controller to, inter alia, provide increasingly customized services beyond what is strictly necessary for the delivery of the given service and also send targeted advertising messages, i.e. messages that are in line with the preferences expressed by the user in the context of their web-browsing activities.
3.3 Analytics cookies of third parties. The Website uses analytics cookies of third parties in order to identify what parts, elements or services of the Website are most appreciated by Data Subjects. The cookie declaration is available at this link.
3.4 Deactivation of analytics cookies of third parties. Data Subjects may decide to not allow the use of analytics cookies of third parties, by alternatively choosing the following options:
a. to utilize the anonymous navigation of browser. Said option prevents from the use of any cookies set by third parties (not only by Google Inc.). For convenience, reference is made to the following webpages of the main search engines, from which it is possible to activate/deactivate anonymous navigation: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari.
b. to disable exclusively the Google Analytics cookie, by installing on their own browser the appropriate additional component released by Google and downloadable at the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it
However, Data Subjects may, at any time, revoke and/or change their consent, by clicking on the button positioned at the bottom left of each page of the website. For a free and informed declaration of consent, any Data Subject may choose one of the following options:
- Enable profiling cookies
- Disable profiling cookies
3.6 General information on cookies. For more general information on cookies, including how to change, manage or delete cookies, we point out the following links:
Version: December 2021