What are cookies? Cookies are univocal identifiers that are usually made up of small strings of text or code. As a rule cookies are memorised by your device and your browser and they send certain information to the party that originally sent the cookie. When we refer to cookies we are really referring to a wider range of technology – including web beacons, clear gifs, pixels and other similar technology - rather than just cookies. When we refer to owner cookies we mean the cookies sent by IDEA TATTOO – 3NTINI Editore. When we refer to third-party cookies we mean the cookies sent by third-parties independent of IDEA TATTOO – 3NTINI Editore.
How are cookies used? Cookies are used to understand more about how applications and websites are working and to optimise the online and mobile user experience. Cookies do this by allowing the party which sends the cookie to analyse the performance of a website or mobile app, to identify certain users anonymously and to memorise their preferences, in order to understand better whether the computer or device (and probably the user too) has already visited the website and to provide personalised advertising.
What types of cookies are used by the website? Our website uses the following four types of cookie:
1. Strictly necessary cookies These cookies are essential for our website to function. They enable you to navigate and to use the website. If you disable these cookies, the website will not work properly.
2. Performance cookies These cookies collect information on users of the website and monitor the performance of the site itself. For example, performance cookies tell us which pages are popular, they monitor traffic to our site and collect analytical information anonymously. Performance cookies can also be used to identify and correct functional problems within the website.
3. Functional cookies These cookies are used to recognise and memorise your preferences. Functional cookies could use information such as your location, for example, to ensure that you access the most relevant version of our site for your town or region.
How else can I avoid cookies? You can avoid certain cookies by setting your browser configuration or by disabling the part which manages and controls cookies. Check your browser settings for more detailed information.
Do emails contain cookies? Our emails contain cookies which monitor whether you have opened emails from us and if you have clicked on any links they contain. The cookies used in our emails to monitor such behaviour are univocal for each email and they are not memorised on your computer or mobile device.