Salamastra

Cookies Policy

Introduction

Introduction

We use Cookies at www.salamastra.com in order to process your order.  You have the right to disable cookies via your browser, however, our site may no longer function properly and you may not be able to place an order on the site.  

In compliance with the EU Cookie Law our site also includes a banner on your first visit that gives you the opportunity to accept or decline cookies .  Some parts of our site may no longer function including the e•Commerce portions of our site if you do not accept our cookies.

 

What Are Cookies?

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small strings of text (not necessarily the files inside your computer) from a server to a client (i.e., from a site visitor) and then sent back to be read by the server. They are used in general to remember your preferences, the data and information of visitors on that particular website (automatic authentication, language, size, and text type, location and much more), all information needed for navigation or also for statistical purposes is saved, stored and used at each visit. There are various types of cookies:

  •     session cookies - (that you delete the browser is closed)
  •     persistent cookies - (which are eliminated after a certain fixed period)
  •     first party cookies - (which are subject to and readable only domain that created them)
  •     third party cookies - (which are created and subject to external domains that we are visiting, the best known example is analytics).

The real goal of the law is focused on the third-party cookies (third party) which are useful to improve the user experience by helping site owners and developers improve their product, but can also be of concern regarding possible profiling and privacy. Everyone is free to choose whether or not to accept cookies, regardless of the law, through the settings of your browser. To do this go to the options and look for privacy settings to block cookies depending on your preference.  Each browser is different, but all the main browsers guarantee this possibility [a simple search on Google will be useful].

 

EU Cookie Law

In May 2011 a new privacy law was approved by the European Parliament on the obligation for the websites to request permission of users to use cookies. The law, now known as the EU Cookie Law (European law on cookies), is an amendment to some previous directives (namely 2002) on the rights users in communications and web services, on personal data and the protection of privacy. Italy approved the law by Legislative Decree 69/2012 and 70/2012 and it has been in force since 1 June 2012.

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