Note according to the provisions of art. 13 of the Italian Legislative Decree no. 196/2003
According to the art.13 of the Legislative Decree no.196/2003 (Data Protection Code), governing provisions concerning the privacy of personal data, we inform you that the data provided to Politecnico di Torino on your own accord, will be treated adopting appropriate measures to ensure the security and the confidentiality, in accordance with the above-mentioned decree.
1. Purposes and methods of personal data treatment
Cookies are small text files that are sent by the website server to the user's/visitor’s browser and are automatically saved on the user’s/visitor’s computer.
The majority of browsers are set to accept cookies, however the user/visitor can change the setting of his/her own browser to block the cookies (see section 1.1.4 “How to disable cookies (opt-out)”).
1.1.1 Technical cookies
This website uses session cookies, which are essential for the proper operation of the site and in order to properly manage the access to its online services, intranet and private areas. The use of such cookies (which are not stored permanently on the user's computer and which are deleted when the user closes the browser) is strictly limited to transmit session identifying marks, which are essential for a safe and efficient web surfing.
Disabling cookies may partially affect the correct use of the online services.
1.1.2 Third-party cookies
|Analytics||Web analytics service that tracks anonymously and reports website traffic. Used in every page of the website.
For more info, see Google Analytics data privacy and security
|Youtube||Video streaming service. Used only in the the pages that include videos.|
Disabling these cookies does not affect the web surfing.
1.1.3 External websites and services
1.1.4 How to disable cookies (opt-out)
It is usually possible to disable cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser.
It is also possible to disable cookies to specific third-party services only; for further information please refer to the individual note indicated above.