Cookies are small text files that the sites visited send to the user's terminal, where they are stored and then retransmitted to the same sites at the next visit.
The obligation to inform the user about the use of cookies or other monitoring technologies has been introduced by the Italian legislation (art. 122 of D. Lgs. 196/03), adapting to the European directive requiring the operators of the websites to inform the user about the Types of cookies used by the site.
The measure of the data protection guarantor No. 229 of May 8, 2014, published on O.J. No. 126 of June 3, 2014, has categorized cookies into two macro-categories: "Technical" cookies and "profiling" cookies.


1 – Technical Cookies
The technical cookies are those used for the sole purpose of "making the transmission of a communication on an electronic communication network, or to the extent strictly necessary to the provider of an information society service explicitly Requested by the Subscriber or the user to provide such service "(see art. 122, paragraph 1, of the code).
They are not used for further purposes and are normally installed directly by the owner or website manager. They can be cookies of navigation or session, which guarantee the normal navigation and enjoyment of the website (necessary, for example, to make a purchase or to authenticate for access to reserved areas); Functionality cookies, which allow the user to navigate according to a set of selected criteria (for example the choice of language) in order to improve the service rendered; Cookie analytics, assimilated to technical cookies when used directly by the site manager to collect information, anonymously and aggregated, the number of users and how they visit the site.
The user's prior consent is not required for the installation of these types of cookies.


2 – Profiling Cookies

Profiling cookies are useful for creating user-related profiles and are used in order to send advertisements in line with the preferences manifested by the same in the context of network browsing. In relation to their potential invasiveness that may have within the private sphere of users, the European and Italian regulations stipulate that the user should be adequately informed about the use of them and thus express their valid consent.
The obligation is expressed in art. 122 of the code where it provides that "the storage of information in the terminal equipment of a contractor or user or access to information already stored shall be permitted only on condition that the contractor or the user has expressed its Consent after being informed in the simplified manner referred to in article 13 (3) (art. 122, paragraph 1, of the code).
In the same measure, the guarantor has also defined the cookies according to the person who operates as the owner of the processing of the personal data collected, thus creating the category of first-party cookies and that of third-party cookies.
First-party Cookies
are managed by the owner of the site. For these cookies there is an obligation of the informative and the indication of the modalities for the possible block to the owner of the site.
Third party Cookies
They are managed by a third party other than the proprietor of the site. For these cookies the obligation of the informative and the indication of the modalities for the eventual block is the third part, while the holder is obliged to insert in the site the link to the site of the third part where these elements are available.
In both types of cookies (first-party or third-party) the collection of consent, necessary if the cookie is profiling, is via a special banner or notification area on the home page of the site.

By using the cloudeurope.it site, you agree that the following cookies are installed on your device.

Types of cookies we use

The site cloudeurope.it uses: Session cookies, whose use is not instrumental to the collection of personal identifying data of users, being limited only to the transmission of identification data of session in the form of numbers generated automatically from the server.
Third-party Cookies: Google Maps – (APISID/HSID/SAPISID/SID/SSID/NID/PREF)
Google Maps provides interactive maps that allow you to include customizable interactive maps within your Web pages. Cloud Europe uses Google Maps to provide detailed information about the location of its offices and Data Center. We use Google Maps because we believe that this favors the localization of our site.  As a result, Google can install a cookie called  "NID " (lasting six months) and a cookie called "PREF " (lasting two years).
To access Google's combined privacy policy, which includes information about cookies that Google Maps can install on your device, you may want to consult the following link: http://www.google.co.uk/intl/en-GB/policies/.

How to manage cookies on your computer
The main browsers can be set to prevent cookies from being accepted. Below are the ways to disable cookies for the most used browsers.
Below you can find links to the instructions for disabling cookies for common browsers:
Chrome https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
Firefox Https://support.mozilla.org/it/kb/Gestione%20dei%20cookie
Safari Https://support.apple.com/kb/PH19214?locale=it_IT
Internet Explorer http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies
You can disable the functionality of cookies through the page provided by the EDAA (European interactive Digital advertising Alliance) http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/, or by acting on the Privacy settings of your Navigation Browser. In this case, follow the directions given to the following links:

For specific information about cookies and their control you can visit the site in English www.allaboutcookies.org the disabling of cookies may affect the correct functioning of the site.