Processing shall be consistent with the criteria set out in the European Regulation on the processing of personal data, Reg. 2016/679/EU, in force since 25 May 2018 (hereinafter "GDPR"). According to the legislation concerned, data must be processed in accordance with the principles of fairness, lawfulness, transparency and protection of the data subjects' privacy and rights.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are saved in the directory of the user's Web browser.
The cookies on the domain ersel.it:
The types of cookies used on Ersel's site are listed below.
These are cookies essential to the proper functioning of some areas of the site and include persistent cookies and session cookies. Without such cookies, the site or some parts of the site might not function properly. Accordingly, they are always used, regardless of the user's preferences.
These are cookies used to collect information regarding the use of the site. The Data Controller uses this information for statistical analyses, to improve and simplify the use of the site and to monitor that it is functioning properly.
This type of cookie collects aggregated, anonymous information about users that visit the domain onlinesim.it. These cookies are installed directly by Ersel SIM S.p.A. Since they are used for functional and analysis purposes (“analytics cookies”), their installation does not require express consent, only notification of the existence of such tools.
List of the systems used:
These are cookies installed by Ersel SIM S.p.A. and the data are stored by third parties. The data collected by such parties are made available to Ersel SIM S.p.A. for the creation of marketing campaigns. For further details, see the marketing and profiling policy statement.
Data subject's rights
How do I disable profiling cookies?
Pursuant to Articles 12 et seq., and in particular Article 22, of the GDPR, users may object to processing for profiling purposes by accessing the specific marketing and profiling policy statement and disabling the saving of this type of cookie.
How do disable technical and analytical cookies?
As stated above, explicit consent is not required for this type of cookie. They may be blocked by following the instructions provided below, but doing so could prevent the use of certain parts of the site.
Pursuant to Articles 12 et seq. GDPR, users may object to the saving of this type of cookie as indicated below. Users can change how such cookies function and limit or block their use by configuring the settings of their Web browsers.
Most Web browsers by default are set to accept cookies automatically. However, users may change these settings to block cookies or to be warned whenever cookies are sent to their device.
There are various ways of managing cookies. Consequently, users should refer to the instruction manuals or help screens of their browsers to verify how to configure or change their browser settings.
Users can change the default configuration and disable cookies (i.e., permanently block them) by raising the protection level. Instructions for managing cookies for the following browsers are given below:
Users who make use of various devices to view and access sites (such as computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.) must ensure that each browser on each device is set in a way that reflects their cookie preferences. For information about how to delete cookies from smartphone or tablet Web browsers, users should consult the user manuals for their devices.