Extended cookie information

Cookies are small text files sent by a web-server – such as the website – to the user’s internet browser and from this sent back to the web-server at each subsequent access to the site. In other words, websites generally collect small amounts of information about the user’s activity on the site in which he is browsing. This information is precisely contained in that text file known as a “cookie”, stored on the user’s personal computer.

In order to ensure the best possible navigation, the websites offer the best performance with cookies enabled. Thanks to cookies, the site “remembers” the user when he returns to that website, manages to identify and resolve errors, providing faster and more specific navigation. Additional data, of a personal nature and independent of cookies, can only be stored through an explicit consent of the user, such as, for example, when registering on a site to attend a distance training course by filling out the appropriate registration form, whose personal information is necessary to complete the administrative procedures required by current regulations in terms of ECM (continuing education in medicine).

Cookies cannot cause damage to the user’s computer. Infomedica also very carefully selects all third-party suppliers who can set cookies for marketing purposes.

Within this website, therefore, Infomedica srl ​​does not use cookies for the purpose of visitor profiling, but cookies of a technical nature for the sole purpose of memorizing the information necessary to improve navigation within the site and to obtain anonymous statistics on access to the site. These data are processed anonymously, aggregated, non-persistent and are not used for sending personalized advertising. We remind you once again that the personal data relating to the ECM activity are used only and exclusively for this purpose (reporting of results, or attestation of the acquisition of credits), for which the user is always required to give explicit consent at the time of registration to the chosen training activity.

The use of cookies can be deactivated at any time by following the browser settings, which also allows them to be deleted after each session.

If cookies are deemed useful in other cases than those set out above, the purpose of their use will be communicated from time to time and, if necessary, explicitly authorized by the visitor.

Cookie settings

The user can decide to allow or not the setting of cookies on their computer, but this website works optimally with all types of cookies enabled. The settings regarding cookies can be controlled and modified from the browser’s “Preferences”.

By clicking below, depending on the browser you are using, you will get information on how to change the cookie settings on your PC, it being understood that each browser – and often different versions of the same browser – also differ significantly from each other:

A further overview of the most common browser cookie management methods can be viewed here.

In the event that you have doubts or concerns regarding the use of cookies, it is always possible, as mentioned above, to intervene to prevent them from being set and read, for example by changing the privacy settings in your browser in order to block certain types.

Furthermore, please note that disabling cookies may result in the disabling of some features of the site. Moreover, even with all cookies disabled, your browser will continue to store a small amount of information: necessary for the basic functionality of the site.

Cookies exempt from the consent requirement

We remind you that some cookies are exempt from the consent requirement and therefore are not subject to a preventive block. In particular:

  • technical cookies, ie those strictly necessary for the provision of the service. These include preference cookies, session, load balancing, etc.
  • statistical cookies managed directly by the owner, for example through specific software.
  • Still under discussion are third-party statistical cookies (eg Google Analytics), if the data is anonymized before being saved by the third-party service.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a Google analysis tool which, through the use of cookies (performance cookies), collects anonymous browsing data in order to examine the use of the site by users, compile reports on site activities and provide other information. , including the number of visitors and the pages visited. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where this is required by law or where such third parties process the aforementioned information on behalf of Google. Google Analytics cookies can also be used to show more relevant results in Google properties (such as Google search). However, Google does not associate the IP address with any other data held by Google. The data transmitted to Google are stored on Google’s servers in the United States.
The Infomedica site / s may use Google Analytics. Further information on Google Analytics cookies can be found here.

Google Fonts

Google Fonts is a font style visualization service managed by Google Inc. that allows this application to integrate such content within its pages. The Infomedica site / s can use the Google Fonts service. For related information click here.

YouTube, Vimeo and other

YouTube and Vimeo are platforms owned by Google and Vimeo respectively, for sharing videos, which uses cookies to collect information from users and navigation devices. Infomedica can use YouTube, Vimeo and/or other platforms. For more information on the use of data and their processing by Google and Vimeo, it is recommended to view the information at the following internet addresses: YouTubeVimeo.

Third party plugins

The Infomedica site / s may also incorporate plugins and / or buttons for social networks, in order to allow easy sharing of content on favorite social networks. These plugins do not set a cookie, but if it is already present on the visitor’s computer they are able to read it and use it according to its settings. The collection and use of information by these third parties are governed by their respective privacy policies to which please refer:

Data controllers

As indicated in the pages dedicated to the Privacy of the site you are consulting, the data controller is Infomedica srl, Corso Stati Uniti, 57, 10129 Turin (Italy).

Acceptance and renunciation of cookies

By continuing to browse this site by closing the information strip or by clicking on any part of the page or scrolling to highlight further content, you accept this Infomedica policy dedicated to cookies and they will be set and collected in the manner indicated above. In case of non-acceptance of cookies by abandoning the navigation, any cookies already registered locally in your browser will remain registered there but will no longer be read or used by Infomedica until a subsequent and eventual acceptance of the relative policy. The user will always have the ability to remove these cookies at any time through the methods described above.

Acceptance and waiver of consent for the processing of data

The updated list of data processing managers referred to in this information can be consulted at the registered office of Infomedica srl, in via Corso Stati Uniti, 57, 10129 Turin (Italy); the exercise of rights according to the new rules on the processing of personal data described in the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) – EU Regulation 2016/679 may be carried out through specific communication by mail addressed to Infomedica, or through the e-mail box : privacy@infomedica.com, indicating in the subject: “Waiver of cookies”.