This Statement is provided by CO-working in its capacity as Data Controller for the Website www.coworking-lugano.com pursuant to EU Regulation 2016/679 (“GDPR”) and applicable national legislation.
What are “cookies” and what do they do?
Cookies are information packets (small text strings) sent to web browsers when visiting a website. They perform a va- riety of key functions within a network (implementation of network authentication process, session monitoring, storing of information on specific configurations for users accessing the server, storing of preferences, etc.). While browsing, users might even get cookies from different websites sent to their computer (so-called “third party” cookies), directly set up by the administrators of those websites, and used for purposes and according to procedures which they have put in place.
Types of cookies used on this Website
The Website www.coworking-lugano.com only uses technical cookies, for which, in compliance with applicable privacy laws and regulations, no consent is required from the User.
Specifically, the Website uses the following types of cookies:
Technical cookies needed for browsing operations (necessary for proper functioning of the Website)
Technical cookies facilitate user navigation by recognizing return visitors and preventing the pop-up cookie notification banner from being displayed again when visits to the Website occur before the expiration date. This is enabled by cli- cking “OK” [or, “I Authorize”] on the banner.
By using the Website www.coworking-lugano.com, no third-party cookies will be placed on your device.
The Website’s administrator has enabled the IP anonymization feature and agreed to the amended data processing rules, in compliance with European regulations set out in Directive 95/46/EC.
Data generated through Google Analytics is stored by Google, as described in the statement which can be viewed at the following link:
Analytics service, please visit the following link:
To install the Google-provided browser add-on to disable Google Analytics, please visit the following link:
To learn more about cookies and how to manage or disable third-party or marketing/retargeting ones, please go to:
Social networks’ buttons and widgets
Social buttons are “buttons” available on the Website and showing social network icons (esempio, Facebook, Instagram e Linkedin) which allow visitors to use direct single-click interaction with social platforms.
Types of data processing
Data processing is performed by the Controller through automated means. No circulation or broadcasting takes place.
Provision of personal data and consent
Aside from technical cookies that are strictly necessary for normal browsing operations, provision of personal data is subject to consent from the User who may opt to visit the Website after viewing the pop-up cookie notification banner and use the services which entail the installation of cookies.
The User has then the option to refuse the installation of cookies by ignoring the banner (refraining from closing it by clicking the “OK” button), as well as through dedicated browser features.
Notwithstanding the above with regard to cookies strictly necessary for browsing operations, the User has the option to delete the other cookies by using the dedicated feature provided by the Controller by means of this Statement, or directly through the browser.
Each browser provides different mechanisms for managing settings.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Click the “Tools” icon in the top right-hand corner and select “Internet Options.” Select “Privacy” from the pop-up window. You will now be able to change your cookie settings.
Click the “Spanner” icon in the top right-hand corner and select “Settings.” Then, select “Show advanced settings” (“Under The hood”) and change the “Privacy” settings.
Select “Options” from the drop-down menu in the top left-hand corner. Select “Privacy” from the pop-up window. You will now be able to change your cookie settings.
Select “Preferences” from the drop-down settings menu in the top right-hand corner. Select “Security.” You will now be able to change your cookie settings.
Rights of data subject
Data subjects may, at any time, choose to exercise their rights against the Data Controller, pursuant to Art. 15 et seq. of the GDPR, meaning that they shall be entitled to request:
– access to personal data;
– restrictions on processing.
They also shall have the right to object to the processing of data, as well as to their portability (in other words, the User may request to receive from CW, in a structured, standard, machine-readable format, only the personal data that he/she has provided, and have it transmitted to another subject).
Finally, if he/she sees fit, the User shall have the right to lodge a complaint with the Authority for the protection of per- sonal data (Garante Privacy) which is the Italian Data Protection Authority.
If you wish to exercise these rights or want further information about this topic, please submit your requests to: in- firstname.lastname@example.org
Third-party websites that are linked to from this Website are not covered by this Statement. CO-working disclaims any and all liability concerning them. The types of cookies used and the type of personal data processing operations perfor- med by these companies are regulated in conformity with the provisions of their respective statements.