Cookie policy

1. About Cookies

Pursuant to article 13 of the Italian Data Protection Law (Legislative Decree 196/2003 and subsequent amendments and additions)interlanguage S.r.l., in its capacity as Data Controller, informs you as follows with regard to the cookies and similar tools used by our website. On our current websites and any which may be launched in the future, “Sites”, Cookies are small text files or pieces of data saved on your computers or mobile device (such as smartphones or tablets) when you visit our Sites. Cookies in general contain the name of their website of origin and the “life cycle” of the cookie (meaning the time for which they remain on your devices), as well as a numerical value which is generally a unique number generated at random.

2. Why Do We Use Cookies?

We use cookies to enable our Sites to work better and to personalise both our Sites and our products in response to your interests and needs. Cookies can do this because websites are able to read and copy them, enabling them to recognise you and store relevant information which will streamline use of the website (by saving your favourite settings, for example).

Cookies can also be used to speed up your future activities and improve your experience when using our Sites. We use cookies to compile anonymous and aggregate statistics that give us a picture of how users utilise our Sites and enable us to improve their structure and contents. These data do not enable us to identify you in person.

Data acquired and processed by means of cookies are mainly processed using digital tools for the purposes specified above, in compliance with Italian Data Protection Law, including security considerations. The provision of personal data by means of cookies is necessary for technical or essential cookies, especially the cookies used to enable you to navigate the Sites, and necessary or preference cookies, above all the cookies needed to supply you with the services and functions you have requested. In the event that you do not consent to these cookies and therefore do not supply your personal data, we will not be able to manage your visits to the Sites and supply you with the services and functions you have requested. Your consent is not necessary for cookies of this kind. For analytical and marketing cookies, such as social network plugin cookies, the provision of personal data is optional and there will be no consequences if you refuse consent to cookies of these kinds.

Our authorised staff and the data trustee, if appointed, will have access to your data. Data acquired by means of cookies will be shared with the competent authorities (as required by the relevant laws), third parties which supply technical and organisational services related to the use of the cookies as specified herein in accordance with our instructions, third parties in the event of mergers, acquisitions, sale of business/resources and other extraordinary operations, and the authorised recipients as envisaged by the relevant laws. Depending on circumstances, these data recipients shall act in the capacity of data controllers, data trustees or authorised data users, in accordance with the relevant data protection laws and for the purposes specified above.

You may contact us at any time to request an up-to-date list of the data trustees and the data recipients and to enforce your rights under article 7 of the Italian Data Protection Law, such as to obtain confirmation of the existence of your data, to obtain access to the said data, to check their contents, origin and accuracy, to request their supplementation, updating, amendment, deletion and anonymization or freezing further to breach of the law, and to object to their use just grounds. Data Controller is interlanguage S.r.l.

Third-party Cookies.

We also use suppliers who may set cookies on your device on our behalf when you visit the Sites, in order to enable them to supply their services. If you would like more information about these cookies, as well as information about how to stop receiving these cookies, please read the privacy policies of the third parties concerned.

3. Which Cookies Do We Use?

The following is a list of the different types of cookies which may be used on the interlanguage Sites. Please note that to the extent that the information collected using cookies constitutes personal data, the provision of the legal notes and privacy policy apply to and complete this Cookie Policy.

Essential Cookies.

Essential cookies are necessary for operation of the Site, enabling you to navigate it and use its services and features. Without essential cookies, the Site will not be able to function normally as we would wish and we might not be able to guarantee the use of the Site and some of its services or features which you have requested.

Types of CookiesDescriptionHow Cookies are managed
SessionSession cookies are used to maintain the state of the application.Enable/disable by means of browser settings
Load balancingLoad balancing cookies are used to distribute resources around the globe and lighten the load on servers.Enable/disable by means of browser settings
User IDUser ID cookies are utilised to guarantee that users only see their own data.Enable/disable by means of browser settings
SecuritySecurity cookies are used for the security of checks and controls.Enable/disable by means of browser settings

Preference Cookies.

Preference cookies store information about your choices and preferences, enabling us to save the language or other local settings you have used and personalise the Site accordingly.

Types of CookiesDescriptionHow Cookies are managed
LanguageLanguage cookies are used to save the language selected by the user and show the correct options.Enable/disable by means of browser settings
LocalisationThe user’s approximate address (town, region, country, postal address), established from the IP address, is saved to allow the country to be selected automatically and display dealers and demonstration days in the area.Enable/disable by means of browser settings
MobileIf the user is viewing the Site on a mobile device, a cookie is set to show that the main site has been selected (e.g. if the device has Flash enabled) or that the mobile site does not have Flash enabled.Enable/disable by means of browser settings
Reference siteThe reference site is stored for a clearer understanding of the user’s preferences.Enable/disable by means of browser settings
Last visit and activitiesThe date of the last visit and the activities and other information are stored in order to update users on “what’s changed on the site since your last visit” and for a clearer understanding of the user’s preferences.Enable/disable by means of browser settings
Recently viewed videosThe dates and titles of recently viewed videos are stored for a clearer understanding of the user’s preferences.Enable/disable by means of browser settings
Flash CookiesFlash cookies are used to reproduce audio and video contents.Enable/disable by means of browser settings
Recently viewed pagesCookies which record recently viewed pages are used to track the sequence of pages the user has visited. If the user receives an error message when he visits the Site, cookie data are saved in a log file for error reporting and resolution.Enable/disable by means of browser settings

Social Media Plug Tracking Cookies

These cookies are used to track members [and non members] of social media networks for market research and product development studies.

Types of CookiesDescriptionHow Cookies are managed
FacebookThese cookies are used to track members [and non members] of Facebook for market research and product development studies.Enable/disable by means of browser settings
TwitterThese cookies are used to track members [and non members] for market research and product development studies.Enable/disable by means of browser settings

Analytical Cookies.

Analytical cookies collect information about your use of the Site, enabling us to improve its operation. For example, analytical cookies tell us which are the Site’s most-visited pages, help us to record any problems you may encounter with the Site and show us whether or not the advertising is effective. This gives us an overview of use of the Site, rather than a view of its use by just one person.

Types of CookiesDescriptionHow Cookies are managed
Google AnalyticsGoogle analytical cookies collect aggregate statistical data to improve the Site’s presentation and navigation. Google combines the aggregate data with demographic data and information of interest to give us a better understanding of our visitors.//tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Adobe OmnitureAdobe Omniture analytical cookies collect aggregate statistical data to improve the Site’s presentation and navigation.Enable/disable by means of browser settings

Marketing Cookies.

Marketing cookies are used for marketing purposes.

Types of CookiesDescriptionHow Cookies are managed
AdvertisingTo provide targeted/behavioural advertisingEnable/disable by means of browser settings
Market reportsTo conduct market surveysEnable/disable by means of browser settings

4. How Can I Manage Cookies?

Although most Internet browsers are initially set to accept cookies automatically, most Internet browsers let you change the settings to block cookies or to notify the user when cookies are sent to your device.

As well as the above options, you can enable, disable or remove cookies from the Site at any moment by activating or accessing your browser settings. Information on the procedures to be followed to enable, disable or remove cookies can be found on the provider’s website, accessed by means of the help page.

Please note that if cookies are disabled or removed, some of the Site’s features might fail to function as expected; for example you might be unable to visit some areas of the Site or you might not receive personalised information when you visit it.

If you use a variety of devices to view and access the Site (e.g. PC, smartphone, tablet, etc.) you must ensure every browser on each device is set to suit your cookie preferences.

If you wish to remove every remaining cookie on the websites you have visited, the links below direct you to three programs that will enable you to remove tracking cookies:

5. Pixel Tags

Some of the pages you visit on the Site may also collect information using pixel tags (also known as transparent Gif files), which may be shared by third parties which directly support our marketing activities and website development. For example, information about the website use of visitors to the Sites may be shared by third party marketing agencies in order to improve the efficacy of the advertising banners on our websites. However, the data collected by the means of these pixel tags cannot be personally identified, although they may be linked to your personal data.

6. Contact us

If you have any questions about this Cookie Policy, please contact us.

Please note that email communications are not always secure, so please do not send us emails containing your credit card details or sensitive information.

CookieTypeDurationDescription
Accept Cookiepersistent30 daysfirst-party cookie
Google Analyticspersistent--third-party cookies
languagepersistentsessionfirst-party cookie
Sessionsession cookiesession

first-party cookie