This section is intended to inform you about how Tattoo Contract uses the cookies when you visit our web site (the “Site”).
1. What are cookies and what are they good for?
A cookie is a small file of alphanumeric text in the visitor’s hard drive by the web site’s server that is visited or by an external server (advertising, web analytics service, etc.).
When you visit the Site of Tattoo Contract, provided that you have accepted, cookies record information that is stored in the memory of your hard drive.
We use this information to:
– Generate statistics of web analysis.
– Adapt the presentation of the contents of the web page viewing preferences of your device (language, screen resolution, operating system, etc.) when you visit the Site.
– Adapt the advertising content on the computer terminal from which you connect to the Site.
– Store the information relating to any form the user fills on our website.
2.Cookies issued by third parties
Cookies can be issued on our website by third parties, as a result of integrated third-party applications on our website through the contents of third parties in our advertising spaces or through external advertising services that exploit our advertising spaces.
These cookies are used to:
– Count the total number of ads that are shown on our advertising spaces, identify those ads, the number of users who clicked on each ad etc. in order to make statistics;
-Recognize your terminal during your subsequent navigation on any other web site or service in which these advertisers or other third parties also have cookies and adapt the content to the navigation of your terminal.
Cookies issued by social networks
3.Accept/reject the cookies
You can choose at any time to accept or reject the installation of cookies on your terminal via the settings of your browser.
3.1 I accept cookies
When a cookie is installed on a computer user terminal, is essentially subordinated to the will to accept or not the terminal, a decision that can be expressed and modify at any time and for free through the options offered by the internet browser that the user terminal equipment has installed.
If the user of the terminal equipment has accepted in the browser to accept cookies in his/her terminal, cookies from the web pages that you have visited are stored temporarily in a space dedicated to this of the terminal equipment of the user. These cookies can only be read by the issuer.
What is the advantage of accepting cookies?
When you visit the Site of Tattoo Contract, these cookies collect information that is stored on your terminal. We use this information to offer you products on the basis of the items you have selected in your previous visits, making easier the navigation on our site.
3.2 I reject cookies
If you reject the installation of cookies on the user terminal or, if you delete those that have been registered in other previous access, you must have in mind that you will not be able to benefit from a series of utilities that are necessary to navigate in some areas of our Site. For example, the default language of the terminal equipment cannot be recognised, neither the type of browser installed on the terminal equipment of the user in order to adapt the display of the web page, the country from which the device is connected to the Site, etc.
In this case of refusal to the installation of cookies or deletion by the user, TATTOO CONTRACT assumes no responsibility for the consequences related to the degraded operation of the services offered by the Site; due to the inability to record or see the cookies necessary for the perfect operation of the Site.
When you choose to decline cookies, we install however, a cookie called “of declining”. This cookie allows us to store your choice to avoid ask at each visit if you want to accept or decline cookies.
4. Browser’s settings
The configuration of the cookies depends on the browser. This is described in the help menu on your browser.
For Internet Explorer
In order to customize the configuration of the cookies of a web site
Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.
Click the Privacy tab, and then click Sites.
In the Web Site Address box, type the full address (URL) of the website whose privacy setting you want to customize.
For example http://www.microsoft.com.
Then click Block or Allow.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each website that you want to block or allow. Once you have finished, click Accept twice.
Go to the menu “Safari” and in the “Preferences” section. Then click on the Security tab, and you can adjust Cookies.
Click the Chrome menu located in the toolbar of the browser.
Click Show advanced options.
In the “Privacy” section, click on the button Settings of content.
In the “Cookies” section, you can configure the settings that are listed below:
Block cookies by default
Allow cookies by default
Include exceptions of cookies from specific websites or domains.
Click the Tools button, and then click Options
Click the Privacy tab
In the Record section, select “Use custom settings for record”.
Check the box to accept cookies and click Exceptions to select web sites that you (always or never) authorize cookies installed on your terminal.
Options > Advanced > Cookies
The cookie options control the way in which Opera handles them. The default mode is to accept all cookies.
– You accept all (default)
Accept cookies only from the site visited
– Cookies are declined from third parties, for external domains that you are visiting
Never accept cookies
– You decline all
In Microsoft Edge, we have to click on Configuration, within the More Actions menu, in the top right corner.
The default mode is not blocking cookies, to modify it is necessary to click on View Advanced Configuration and in the cookies section you can choose from the drop-down menu the following options: