Cookie Policy

To make this site work well, we install small data files on your device called "cookies". Most of the big sites do the same too. Following the changes made by the Directive 2009/136 / EC on Privacy and Electronic Communications, implemented by Legislative Decree 28/5/2012, n. 69, it is now illegal to use cookies to collect information about users without having first obtained their consent.

What cookies are?

Cookies are small text files that are located on your browser's directory. When you access a website, a cookie that is sent on the device through which you access the website sends information to the browser. Cookies are very common and are used on numerous websites. This happens because cookies allow those who manage the website to do useful things; for example, a cookie allows the operator of a website to know if a computer (and probably its user) has visited the website previously. In general, the purpose of cookies is to improve the functioning of the website and the user experience in using it, even if cookies can also send advertising messages (as specified below). For more information on what cookies are and how they work, you can consult the All About Cookies website.

First Party Cookies and Third Party Cookies

We can send FolkClub cookies to your device through our website. The cookies we send are defined as first-party cookies. First-party cookies are cookies that belong to the site that created them. The use of these cookies allows us to operate the site efficiently and to track the behavior patterns of visitors to the site. We also allow third parties to send cookies to your device. The difference between a first-party cookie and a third-party cookie concerns the control by the person who sends the cookie. Even if we allow third parties to access the site to send cookies to the user's device, we do not have control over the information provided by the cookies and we do not have access to these data. This information is totally controlled by third parties as described in the relative privacy policy.

Session Cookies and Persistent Cookies

Our site can send session and persistent cookies on your device. While the difference between a first-party cookie and a third-party cookie concerns the person who controls the initial sending of the cookie on your device, the difference between a session cookie and a persistent cookie concerns the different period of time for which a cookie works. Session cookies are cookies that typically last until you close your internet browser. When you end your browser session, the cookie expires. Persistent cookies, as the name itself indicates, are constant cookies and continue to operate after you have closed your browser. FolkClub does not send persistent cookies directly, but uses third-party services that do so.

How do we use cookies?

The website www.folkclub.it (hereafter "Site") uses cookies to offer its services to Users during the consultation of its pages. The data controller is CENTRO CULTURA POPOLARE 'M. L. Straniero', more information on "Contacts" page). The list of cookies and their description is accessible from the link at the bottom of the page (Cookie Settings).

How to control cookies?

It is not necessary to enable cookies for the site to work, but doing so improves navigation. It is possible to delete or block cookies, however in this case some functions of the site may not work properly. If you do not consent to the use of cookies, no cookies will be written on your device, except the technical session cookie.

You can check and/or check the cookies as you wish - to find out more, go to aboutcookies.org. You can delete cookies already on your computer and set almost all browsers to block their installation. If you choose this option, however, you will have to manually change some preferences every time you visit the site and it is possible that some services or certain functions are not available.

You can find information on how to manage cookies in your browser at the following addresses: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Microsoft Windows Explorer.