This policy provides insight on different types of cookies and the way they are used by the ENAV website.
What are cookies they and how do they work?
Cookies are small text files sent by the website you visit to your computer (usually to the browser). Here they are stored and resent to the website the moment you decide to visit it again. Almost all browsers are configured to accept cookies by default.
Cookies used by ENAV
ENAV uses the following types of cookies:
“technical cookies” - for the sole purpose of "carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network, or as strictly necessary in order to provide an information society service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user” (please refer to art. no. 122(1), of the Code)
“First-party” cookies are provided directly by the website being visited and are only read by the website
“Third-party” cookies are installed and used by a third-party, i.e. not by the editor of the website being visited. Third-parties include sharing services for social network content (e.g. Twitter, You Tube etc.) Third-party cookies are only enabled when social networks (Youtube, Twitter and Issue) are accessed via the relevant links on the ENAV website
List of cookies on the ENAV website:
ISAWPLP are First-Party Technical cookies used to manage the session. Your browser does not need to accept these cookies in order to browse the website
How to manage cookies
Available options in terms of cookie management are provided and accessible via the browser. Cookies can be disabled by selecting the relevant option within the browser settings. This will not affect your experience when browsing the ENAV website. Several browsers allow the user to set specific rules to manage cookies on a per site basis. This enables the user to disable any cookies he might not trust. Cookies can often be disabled from the settings menu of the browser.
Popular browsers can be configured to not accept any cookies. However, you may experience problems if you decide to permanently disable cookies or, in some cases, you may not be able to use certain features.
Internet Explorer 8.0+:
-Click the Tools button on the menu bar and then click "Internet Options"
-Click the “Privacy” tab located in the upper part
-Move the slider upwards to select “Block all cookies”
-Click “Tools” on the menu bar
-Click the “Privacy” tab
-Check “Tell sites that I do not want to be tracked”
-Click the "Chrome menu" on the browser toolbar
-Click “Show advanced settings”
-In the "Privacy" section, click the "Content settings" button
-In the “Cookies” section select “Ignore exceptions and block third-party cookies”
Choose Safari > Preferences
-In the “Accept cookies” section specify whether you want the browser to always accept cookies, never accept cookies or only accept cookies from the websites you visit. For more information on each option click on the icon with a question mark. If Safari is configured to block cookies, they may have to be temporarily enabled to open the page. Repeat the aforementioned steps and select "Always". Once you have finished using Mac Help, disable cookies again and delete them.
For specific information on cookies and how to manage them please visit www.allaboutcookies.org
How long do we store your personal information for?
Session cookies created when you visit the ENAV website expire when you quit your browser.
For further information, please write to us at the following address:
Registered office: Via Salaria, 716