The website of Nessuno Tocchi Caino/Hands Off Cain, responsible for processing your personal data pursuant to art. 28 of Legislative Decree 196/03, invites you to refer to this Cookies Policy page.


In connection with the processing, the Owner provides the following information, additional to the “Privacy Policy” of the website: here are described the various types of Cookies and technologies used on the website of Nessuno Tocchi Caino/Hands Off Cain, in light of the Italian law under the Italian Data Protection Authority “Simplified Arrangements to Provide Information and Obtain Consent Regarding Cookies – 8 may 2014” act that can be consulted at


1 – What are Cookies

Cookies are small text files that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment (usually to the user’s browser) by visited websites; they are stored in the user’s terminal equipment to be then re-transmitted to the websites on the user’s subsequent visits to those websites.


Cookies are used to improve navigation, save existing user preferences (username, passwords, and the like), track user tastes and preferences by allowing to manage whether or not you are targeting targeted marketing, Provision of services related to the activity of the Owner as newsletters, service announcements on the site etc.

Cookies are used to improve navigation, save existing User preferences (username, passwords, and the like), and track User tastes and references. Cookies allow the Owner to manage the presence or not of targeted marketing initiatives or the provision of services related to the activity of the Owner as newsletters, service announcements on the site etc.

If limitations are made to their use this will have effects on the usability of site content during the consultation. It is always possible for the User to prevent or remove the browser cache, but such actions may cause incomplete use of the services offered by the web application.


2. Types of Cookies

Session Cookies are temporary files, which exist for the user’s session only for the duration of the session. When the browser is closed, session cookies expire. These are typically used to identify Users when they access a site, to remind the User of his preferences when passing through site pages, to provide him with specific information previously collected.

The most common example of this feature is the functionality of the “virtual shopping cart” of an e-commerce site. When visiting a catalog page and selecting some items, the session cookie recalls the selection so that items in the virtual shopping cart will be selected when the User is ready for the checkout operation.

Without the session cookie, if the User clicked on checkout, the new page could not recognize the activity passed on previous pages and the cart would always be empty. Persistent cookies are files that remain active even after the browser closes and help sites keep memory of data and User settings for later referrals. This allows faster and cheaper access in time, since no need to re-login.

In addition to authentication, other features of the website are made possible, including: language selection, theme selection, menu preferences, bookmarks or favorites, and many more. During the visit, the User selects his preferences and they will be remembered using the persistent cookie during the next visit.


3. Third Party Cookies

There are several types of Cookies, some of which are defined Third Party Cookies. Third party cookies are those that are set by a domain different to the one that the User is visiting.

They are used, for example, by the site that the visitor first chooses and which contains ads from another third party server or website. The browser collects information from different sources so that all items are displayed on the same page, thus creating more cookies in the corresponding browser folder.

All of these cookies can be removed directly from the browser settings or through free programs, or the User can block them from being created beforehand. In the latter case some site services may not work as expected and the User may not be able to access or even, having no associated cookie, loose his preferences. This way the information will be displayed in the wrong local form or may not be available.

For example, Google Analytics is a service offered by Google Inc. that generates detailed traffic statistics for a website and traffic sources. It is the most used statistics service. Google Analytics can track visitors from all outside links to the site, including search engines and social networks, direct visits, and landmark sites. It also displays advertising, pay-per-click, e-mail marketing and also links within PDF documents.

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Google AdSense is a program run by Google Inc. which allows Google’s website advertisers to run ads on their own web site and gain on the basis of the number of ads displayed or or the number of clicks made on them. More information at


4. Privacy and Cookies Security

Cookies are not viruses, they are just text files that are neither interpreted by the browser nor executed in memory. As a result, they can not duplicate, spread to other networks to be replicated again. Because they can not perform these functions, they do not fall within the standard definition of viruses.

Cookies can, however, be used for malicious purposes. Because they are used to store information about preferences, user action history, site- pecific navigation, cookies can be used to act as a form of spyware. Many anti-spyware products are well aware of this problem and routinely report cookies as possible threats.


5. Cookies on the site of Nessuno Tocchi Caino/Hands Off Cain

The responsible and ethical policy with which Nessuno Tocchi Caino/Hands Off Cain deals with privacy concerns is to include clear descriptions of how Cookies are distributed from their website, publishing them on this specific page.

Most browsers have in themselves implemented the privacy setting feature that provides different levels of Cookies acceptance, expiration, and deletion after a user has visited a particular site.

In line with the standard practices of many websites, the website may install cookie in the user’s computer.

By using the site, the User agrees to use the technologies that the site uses, and can customize his choices through the browser settings.


6. Types of Cookies and choice of usage and activation modes

Some cookies are indispensable for the proper functioning of our website. Without them the User will not be able to navigate inside it, and use some of its functions.

Cookies of this type are “technical”, either browsing or session, analytics cookies or functional cookies. Fundamentally they allow to remember, from one page to another of the booking process, the information provided by the user.

Because these cookies are essential, disabling them may compromise the site content. These cookies do not collect information that allows to identify a visitor, unless the User specifically logs in and navigates in a private area.

Browsing and Analytics Cookies (Site Statistics and Optimization): We use third-party profiling cookies to analyze the way visitors use our sites and monitor their access.

This allows us to offer a high quality experience by customizing our offer based on the pages actually visited by users.

For example, we could use such cookies to trace the pages that are most popular to find the most effective page linking method and to determine the causes for which some pages receive error messages.

These cookies do not collect information that allows to identify a visitor. All collected data are aggregated and are therefore rendered anonymous and are used to improve the functioning of the Web site.


7. Activating, deactivating and deleting cookies

If the User does not want to receive cookies, he can set the browser in order to erase, block or receive alerts before they are stored. It is a simple operation that can be performed in every browser. The Usere can find information on how to enable, disable, and / or delete cookies by selecting the following links:


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