What are Cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that a web site stores on your computer or mobile device when you visit the site. It enables the web site to remember your actions and preferences (such as login, language, font size and other display preferences) over a period of time, so you don't have to keep re-entering them whenever you come back to the site or browse from one page to another.
What does "technologies similar to cookies" mean?
By "technologies similar to cookies" we mean any mechanism equivalant to cookies that may used by web sites to store small text files on your computer or mobile device. The most common ones include:
- Browser local storage. Some web sites use storage facilities provided by web browsers ("sessionStorage" and "localStorage") to store information.
- Web beacons or "tracking pixels" are small graphic files that are inserted into web sites and e-mails. When a browser or an e-mail application downloads the image, the access is registered.
Unless otherwise stated, the remainder of this document uses the term "cookies" generically to refer to both cookies and similar technologies.
Types of Cookies
Depending on the entity managing the domain from which the relevant cookies are sent and processing the data obtained, cookies can be classified as own cookies or third-party cookies.
Depending on the period of time that any cookie is active in the user's browser, cookies can be classified as session cookies or persistent cookies.
Finally, depending on the purpose for which the information collected is processed, cookies can be classified into the following categories:
- Technical cookies: cookies that are strictly necessary in order to enable the functions and services provided to the user. For example, cookies used to hold the items in a shopping cart during a shopping session in an e-commerce site.
- Preferences or customization cookies: cookies used to remember information that customizes the user experience; for example, the preferred language.
- Analytics or measurement cookies: cookies that collect user behaviour data with the purpose of analysing how the service is being used, in order to further improve the service.
- Behavioural advertising cookies: cookies which store information on user behaviour obtained through continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows to develop a specific profile and display advertisement appropriate to this profile.
Cookies used on www.iddero.com
The following cookies are used:
|lang||Stores the user's language preference||Own cookie, preferences, persistent|
|newsletter-dismissed||Indicates that the user dismissed the newsletter popup||Own cookie, preferences, persistent|
|_GRECAPTCHA||Cookie set by Google's reCAPTCHA SPAM protection service||Thid party cookie, technical, session|
Additional cookies related to the newsletter service
We use Mailchimp as an email marketing (newsletter) provider. If you subscribe to our newsletter, please bear in mind the following:
- When you submit the newsletter subscription form, you will be redirected to Mailchimp's web servers in order to show a confirmation page. These confirmation pages are not hosted on our servers, and might use additional cookies beyond our control.
- Emails sent through the newsletter are generated by Mailchimp. These emails may contain tracking pixels that Mailchimp uses to track information about emails opened and links clicked, and to create reports about email campaign performance.
Cookies used on www.idderocloud.com
The following cookies are used:
|user, email, access_token, refresh_token||Stores information about the current session||Own cookies, technical; persistent if "Remember me" was selected, session otherwise|
|remember_me||Stores whether the user selected "Remember me" when logging in||Own cookie, preferences, persistent|
|user_language, devices_view||Stores the user's language and view format preferences||Own cookies, preferences, persistent|
The use of technical cookies does not require explicit user consent. The use of preferences or customization cookies does not require explicit user consent as long as the preferences are chosen by the users themselves (for example, if they choose a preferred language in a web site by clicking on the corresponding country flag).
Cookie-related browser settings
You can restrict, block or delete cookies from this or any other web site by modifying your browser configuration. For more information:
If you are using any other web browser, please refer to the official documentation of your browser.
Disabling cookies may cause the web site to malfunction or prevent you from accessing certain features of the we bsite.
Modifications of these terms
Updated: August 2022