This document explains how we use the cookies on our website.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of data that a website sends to a user’s computer.
What is the purpose of cookies?
Web pages have no memory. A user who surfs from one page to another on a website is not recognised as the same user on each web page. Cookies allow a website to recognise a user’s browser. Cookies are therefore mainly used to memorise user’s choices (e.g. the language spoken) and to recognise repeat visitors to a website.
Are cookies all the same?
No, there are several types of cookie, which are used according to needs. Cookies can be distinguished according to their function, duration and origin.
• Technical cookies that allow you to view Dainese.com, make it work properly, create your own account, login and manage your purchases and your activities (e.g. D-Club). Technical cookies are essential for the correct operation of Dainese.com.
• Analytical cookies to better understand how our users use Dainese.com. The data we collect includes visited web pages, output and input pages, the type of platform, information concerning the date and time, data such as the number of mouse clicks on specific pages, mouse movements, scrolling, searched for words, as well as the texts placed when using Dainese.com. This information is anonymous, and only used for statistical purposes.
• Advertising cookies to show you the advertisements on Dainese.com and on other websites (retargeting activities), according to previous visits you have made to the Dainese.com website. These cookies are usually placed by reliable third parties (e.g. Google, Yahoo, etc. …).
How long do cookies remain active on Dainese.com?
How can I recognise cookies on Dainese.com?
You can find cookies on Dainese.com in your browser settings.
Does Dainese.com ever use third-party cookies?
Yes, Dainese.com uses the services of fully reliable and recognised online advertising and marketing companies. These companies need to place cookies in order to provide their services.
The suppliers we use are committed to consumer awareness and establishing procedures and standards for operation and data management. Most of these companies are members of the NAI (Network Advertising Initiative). NAI members comply with the standards and codes of conduct concerning the sector. You can visit www.networkadvertising.org to see the NAI members who have placed advertising cookies on your computer. To use the opt-out function of the behavioural advertising programme of a NAI member, click the box of the company you want to exclude.
Who can access data from cookies on Dainese.com?
Does Dainese.com check my online behaviour?
No, Dainese.com only makes a statistical analysis of user behaviour on its website. You might receive advertisements from Dainese.com on different websites (retargeting), according to your behaviour on the website. This information is anonymous. We do not follow the movements of our users outside Dainese.com.
How can I change cookie preferences?
Using your browser settings (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome etc.) you can establish which cookies you want to receive or not. Use your browser Help" button to see where you can find the afore-mentioned settings."
Please note that some cookies, if rejected, might prevent the proper operation of our website. Please also note that using the opt-out function of an advertising network does not mean that you will no longer receive or that you will no longer be subject to market analysis and online advertisements. It only means that the network that you want to exclude will no longer send you any advertisements according to your preferences and your online behaviour.