Cookie Policy

The Privacy Authority transposed a European directive which requires administrators of websites to show visitors a banner notifying them of the cookie policy of the site you are browsing and subject its acceptance to continue navigation.

This page describes the ways in which personal information is received and collected and how it is used by GabriellesWish.net , a site hosted by Blogger.com platform owned by Google.

Contact: mick973@gmail.com

What are cookies?
To work well this site can install on the PC of the user some small data files called cookies, as does most of the big sites. A cookie is a small text file that websites often store on your computer or mobile device when you visit them. Thanks to cookies the site remembers your actions and preferences (eg. Login, language, font size and other display settings) so you do not have to enter them again when you get back on the site and browse from page to page.

Technical cookies and Profiling cookies:
1) Technical cookies make it possible to navigate and are not used for other purposes. They are usually installed directly from the website. They are authentication cookies and session cookies without which it would not be possible, or would be far more complex, use the features of the website.
2) Profiling cookies are used to monitor and profile the user and their habit, their purpose is commercial, for example, target an advertisement responding to your interests, or provide to third parties information about your preferences.
- Proprietary profiling cookies are sent to your browser from the site you're visiting
- Third Party profiling cookies are sent to your browser from other sites and not from the site you're visiting.

Other features of cookies
Analytical cookies: cookies are used to compile statistics of use.
Persistent cookies: they not expire with the session but remain active for a very long time (months, years) and allow the site to automatically recognize you and your preferences.


Cookies from this site
This site may collect third-party cookies (through social networks sharing buttons) and technical cookies serving the normal functioning of the site.
The owner of the platform is Google which presents here its policy on cookies: https://www.google.com/policies/technologies/cookies/
Log Files: Like many other websites that also makes use of log files that record the history of operations as they are performed. The information inside the log files include IP addresses, type of browser, Internet Service Provider ( ISP ), date, time, page input and output and the number of clicks. All this to analyze trends, administer the site, track user's movement within the site, and gather demographic information, IP addresses and other information. These data are not related in any way your identity.

Other services
Blogger: uses cookies for statistics according to these privacy guidelines .
Google Analytics: The statistics system used is Google Analytics which collects information on the origin of the visits and other generic details not related to a specific person, but treated in a generic way. Cookies type analytics are considered technical only if the IP users are anonymous. If you feel you need to install a plugin Google to avoid the collection of data for your browser.
These parameters are stored on Google's servers on which their privacy in accordance with these guidelines .
Email addresses: the email used to comment on a post will not be shared with third parties

Embedded contents
Visiting a website you may receive cookies both from the site whic is visited ("proprietary"), and from websites maintained by other organizations ("third parties"). A notable example is the presence of "social plugins" for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest (or embedded videos from Youtube). It is part of the page visited directly generated by these sites and integrated into the site. The most common use of social plugin is aimed at sharing content on social networks.
The presence of these plugins involves the transmission of cookies to and from all sites operated by third parties. The management of the information collected by "third parties" shall be governed by the relevant information which please refer.
Third-party cookies used by social networks:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/privacy?lang=en
- YouTube: https://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy/
- Google+: http://www.google.com/policies/technologies/types/
- Spotify: https://www.spotify.com/it/legal/privacy-policy/
- SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/pages/cookies
- BandCamp: https://bandcamp.com/privacy
- AppNexus: http://www.appnexus.com/platform-policy
- Quantcast: http://www.quantcast.com/how-we-do-it/consumer-choice/privacy-policy/
- ReverbNation: https://www.reverbnation.com/privacy
- Deezer: http://www.deezer.com/legal/personal-datas

Social Networks
This website and applications (mobile) provide Social Plug-ins from different social networks. If you choose to interact with a social network, what you do on our website or by our applications (mobile) it will be also collected by social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
If you have logged in to one of these social networks, and you keep logged during your visit to one of our websites, or use mobile applications, it is possible that the social network adds information to your profile about such a visit. If you are interacting with one of the Social Plug-in, you will also pass this information to the social network. If you do not want to authorize this transfer of data, leave the social network before accessing one of our websites or use our mobile applications.
This website can not do anything to affect the detection and data transfer operated by Social Plug-ins. For details on how the social network detects and processes data, your rights and how you can set up a satisfactory protection of your data, consult the rules on data protection adopted by the social network in question.
Google services
Facebook
Twitter

From the resolution: Identification of simplified procedures for the information and the acquisition of consent for the use of cookies - May 8, 2014
(Published in the Italian Official Gazette no. 126 of June 3, 2014)
2 Parties involved: publishers and "third party". Another item to consider, for the correct definition of the matter under consideration, is the subjective. It must, that is, take into account the different subject that installs cookies on the user's terminal, depending on whether it is the same site manager that the user is visiting (which can be briefly referred to as "publisher") or site other than that installs cookies through the first (called "third parties"). Based on the findings of the public consultation, it is considered necessary that this distinction between the two aforementioned individuals is taken into due account in order to correctly identify the respective roles and responsibilities, in relation to the release of the information and obtaining the consent of the users online. There are many reasons why it is not possible to put the editor in chief obliged to provide the information and obtain the consent to the installation of cookies on its website for those set up by "third parties".
First, the publisher should always have the tools and the economic and legal capacity to assume the obligations of third parties and should therefore also be able to verify each time the correspondence between the statements by third parties and the purposes they really pursued with the use of cookies. This is made very difficult by the fact that the publisher often do not know directly all third-party cookies that install through its website and, therefore, even the logic underlying the relative treatments. Also, often between the publisher and third parties stand in the way persons who perform the role of dealers, resulting very complex for the publisher to control all those who are involved. Cookies of third parties may then be modified by third party providers over time and would be impractical to ask publishers to also keep track of these changes later. It should also take account of the fact that often the publishers, which include individuals and small businesses, are the most "weak" relationship. Instead, when the third party are usually large companies are characterized by considerable economic weight, normally serve a number of publishers and can be, when compared to the individual publisher, also very numerous. It is therefore considered that, also because of the reasons listed above, you can't force the publisher to enter on the home page of their website also the text of the information relating to cookies installed through it by third parties. This would lead, however, to a general lack of clarity of the information released by the publisher, while making extremely tiring for the user to read the document and therefore the understanding of the information contained therein, thereby thwarting even the desire for simplification provided for by the art. 122 of the Code. Similarly, with regard to the acquisition of consent for profiling, having necessarily - for these reasons - to distinguish between the respective positions of publishers and third parties, it is believed that publishers, with which users establish a direct relationship with access to the website, necessarily assume a dual role. These subjects, in fact, on the one hand are data controllers for the cookies installed directly from their site; on the other, they can not discern a co-ownership with the third-party cookies that install themselves through them, it is considered proper to consider them as a kind of technical intermediaries between them and the users. And they are, therefore, in that role, as will be seen below, that they are called to work in this resolution, with reference to the release of the information and the acquisition of the online users' consent with regard to third-party cookies. [...] ".
Then after the lack of obligation for publishers (bloggers and site managers) using only third-party cookies to seek prior consent for them it is confirmed by the FAQ on the information and use of cookies that the authority has published on 3 December 2014.
[...] 14. Who is obliged to provide the information and to seek consent for the use of cookies? The website owner who installs cookie profiling. For third-party cookies installed by the site, the disclosure requirements and consent duties on third parties, but the owner of the site, such as technical intermediary between them and the users, is required to enter in the "extended" information the updated links to the information and consent forms of third parties. [...]

How to delete cookies or deactivate use
For more detailed information regarding the options of disabling cookies here is the list of links to configure the browser:

- More information on disabling cookies on Firefox
- More information on disabling cookies on Chrome
- More information on disabling cookies on Internet Explorer
- More information on disabling cookies on Safari
- More information on disabling cookies on Opera

For mobile devices:
- Android ; - Safari ; - Windows Phone ; - Blackberry .

You can also visit www.aboutcookies.org for information on how to manage / delete cookies based on the type of browser used. To remove cookies from the Internet browser of your smartphone / tablet, you should refer to the user manual of the device.

Remember that navigation without the use of cookies and technical profiling is possible by what is called Incognito mode window and that is feasible with all major browsers, usually there is an appropriate voice which can be easily found in the menu.

Since the installation of cookies and other tracking systems operated by third parties through the services used within this application may not be technically controlled by the Owner, any specific reference to Cookie and tracking systems installed by third parties is to be typical. For complete information, see the privacy policy of any third party service listed in this document.

Given the objective complexity of the identification of technologies based on Cookies and their integration very closely with the operation of the web, users are invited to contact the owner should they wish to receive any further information on the use of cookies and any use of the same - for example, by a third party - made through this website.

In the case of services provided by third parties, the Users can also exercise their right to oppose the tracking inquiring through the privacy policy of the third party, via the link to opt out if explicitly provided or contact the same.

Notwithstanding the above, the Holder informs that the User may use Your Online Choices. Through this service you can manage tracking preferences of most of advertising. The owner, therefore, recommends that users use this resource in addition to the information provided in this document.

Responsibility
Also this is a free web site, there aren't hidden or paid sections. The site not being updated periodically and regular, it's not required to be registered as an editorial product.
This page dedicated to Privacy / Policy may change over time and therefore we recommend that you visit frequently since the last change made will fully replace the previous one. Your use of the site after any changes or modifications to this Policy will mean you accept those changes.
However, we are prepared to delete any content that harm others.
By continuing to browse the site in any part you accept terms and conditions.


Thanks for the inspiration:
http://www.scuolissima.com/2012/11/disclaimer-scuolissimacom.html
http://pleaseanotherbook.tumblr.com/pdc
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yx9o0CHSksaUdJnUZSvJ2W53Fs3HmgAtilJ0Ee-Ti88/edit#
http://www.school-of-scrap.com/2015/blogger-per-lavoro-con-passione-cookie-law-facciamo-chiarezza/

For the tutorial:
http://pleaseanotherbook.tumblr.com/post/119766217913
http://www.scuolissima.com/2015/04/aggiungere-barra-consenso-cookie-blogger.html
https://cookie-script.com/
http://cookielawinfo.com/wordpress-plugin/

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