This policy has the specific purpose to illustrate the typologies and the modalities of use and of the
cookies and give indications about the actions for refusing or eliminating the cookies on the
1. What cookies are
Cookies small text files containing information that is saved directly on the user's device and
automatically sent back to the server at each occurrence or subsequent access to the site. Usually a
cookie contains the name of the website from which the cookie comes, its duration, and a value. By
default, almost all web browsers are set to automatically accept cookies.
2. What are cookies for?
Cookies are used to authenticate, save and monitor sessions and to store information. Through the
to websites in order to profile users for promotional activities or targeted marketing operations.
3. Origin of cookies
Cookies can be created and managed directly from the website you are visiting or can be created
and managed by third parties.
4. Which cookies are used by the jewelryvirtualfair.com website
All cookies belonging to jewelryvirtualfair.com fall under the category of technical cookies for
which the information is required but not the explicit consent of the user.
Navigation or session cookies
Session cookies automatically generated by servers.
Cookies last visit date.
Cookies to retrieve login data so as not to reinsert them to the visitor.
This web analysis service collects information on how visitors use our site, on the site from which
the user comes, on the number of visits of each user and on how long the user stays on the site. This
information does not record specific details about the individual user and is used to create statistics
on the use of the web at an aggregate level. Use a set of cookies to collect the necessary
information. Google may use the data collected to contextualize and personalize the advertisements
of its advertising network.
Google AdWords is a Google service used for tracking conversions and for remarketing. Google
AdWords uses and manages cookies to gather the information necessary for its operation.
Google maps and geocoding
Through this service we incorporate the maps of Google Maps, we use Google's geolocation
services we use and, with your consent, your position; as a result, when you visit a page with
embedded content from Google Maps, you may receive cookies from Google.
This service allows you to register on our website through your Google account. This service
creates cookies on your browser by Google.
This service allows you to register on our website through your Facebook account. This service
creates cookies on your browser by Facebook.
5. Control, cancellation and interdiction of cookies
You can still change these settings in different ways depending on the type of browser used.
If you use different devices to view and access the Internet sites (for example, computers,
smartphones, tablets, etc.), you need to make sure that each browser on each device is adjusted to
reflect your cookie preferences.
Disabling cookies may affect the user experience of the site, for example you may not be able to
visit certain specific sections or receive personalized information.
Internet Explorer: Management of cookies
Mozilla Firefox: Management of cookies
Google Chrome: Management of cookies
Opera: Management of cookie
Safari: Management of cookies
Other tools for managing cookies:
Browser add-on for deactivating Google Analytics
Tool for the control and deactivation of some third-party cookies (in English)
Tool for the control and deactivation of some third-party cookies
Unlike technical cookies, profiling cookies require user consent.
The banner that appears at the first access to the site allows the user to express their consent.
Consent is expressed by continuing browsing or by clicking on the "accept" button within the
Rights of the data subjects
The subjects to whom the treated data refer can exercise the rights referred to in articles from 15 to
22 of the European Regulation 679/2016 which can be exercised at any time by writing to the email
address email@example.com, or at the headquarters of the data controller.