Pursuant to Articles 13 and 14 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679, Guidelines cookies and other tracking tools – June 10, 2021
WHAT IS MEANT BY A COOKIE
A “cookie” is a text file created on the user’s computer when the user accesses a site, with the purpose of storing and passing information. Cookies are sent by the server that contains a particular site and stored by the browser that the user uses (Google Chrome Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.); they will then serve when the user returns to that same site to facilitate navigation.
There can be different types of cookies:
These are necessary for the proper functioning of one or more sections of the Site. They can be:
When you close your browser they are not destroyed, but remain until the preset expiration date;
they are destroyed each time the browser is closed.
BROWSING (OR SESSION) COOKIES:
These cookies are necessary to ensure proper enjoyment of the website and its services by allowing, for example, authentication to restricted areas.
These cookies allow the user to express preferences on certain aspects of navigation (e.g. storing certain favorite products within a web purchase or selecting the preferred language).
These are considered “technical cookies” where they are used directly by the site operator to collect information, in aggregate form, about the number of users and how they visit the site.
These are cookies useful for creating user profiles with the purpose of sending advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user within the pages of the Site.
THE WEBSITE AWORLD.ORG CONTAINS TECHNICAL AND THIRD-PARTY COOKIES
“elementor” : save actions taken by the user on the website
“hubspotutk” : save and track the identity of a visitor
“__hssrc” : save a unique session ID
“__hstc” : save the time of the visit
“__hssc” : save anonymized statistics
“messagesUtk” : save browser details
“hs-messages-is-open” : save if a message has been shown
“hs_ab_test” : save experiment IDs and sessions for A/B testing
“__hs_do_not_track” : save ‘do not track’ signals
Google Analytics service:
“_ga” : count and track page views
Google AdSense Service:
“_gcl_au” : save and track conversations
“google_adsense_settings” : enable ad delivery or retargeting
“_fbp” : save and track visits across websites
“_fbc” : save last visit
“fbm*” : save user details
“xs” : save a unique session ID
“wd” : determine the screen resolution
“fr” : enable ad delivery or retargeting
“act” : maintain user access
“datr” : provide fraud prevention
“c_user” : save a unique user ID
“csm” : provide fraud preventionù
“sb” : save browser details
“actppresence” : save and track whether the browser tab is active
“*_fbm_” : save user details
Google Fonts service:
“Google Fonts API” : request the user’s IP address
“local_storage_support_test” : load balancing functionality
“metrics_token” : save whether the user has viewed embedded content
“actppresence” : manage the frequency of advertisements
Reiterating the importance of some cookies used for proper browsing, the user can eliminate them through different procedures related to the browser used.
Microsoft Windows Explorer
For more information on this topic and the management of cookies and privacy, please refer to the website of the Privacy Guarantor.