Why this notice
1.1 Technical cookies
The Milan Urban Food Policy Pact (MUFPP) website uses technical cookies to enable the safe, fast and efficient browsing of the website and to provide users with the desired services. Users’ prior consent is not required for the installation of these cookies.
1.1.1 Session cookies
Session cookies are used for navigation and for possible authentication to online services and private areas. The use of these cookies (which are not permanently stored on the user’s computer and disappear once the web browser is closed) is strictly limited to the transmission of session identifications (consisting of random numbers generated by the server) necessary to enable effective navigation of the site. Session cookies used on this website avoid the use of other IT techniques that could potentially compromise the confidentiality of users’ browsing and do not allow the acquisition of personal data identifying the user.
The use of permanent cookies is strictly limited to the acquisition of statistical data useful for understanding the extent of use of the website.
1.1.2 Analytical cookies
They are treated as technical cookies and are used to collect data, in an anonymous and aggregate way, on the number of users and how they visit the site. The data obtained from these cookies are managed by the MUFPP as manager of the site exclusively for statistical purposes and to draw up reports on the use of the site itself.
– Google Analytics to collect data on the use of the website by users. Google’s privacy and cookies policy is available here:
Jetpack for a variety of website functions. Jetpack privacy and cookies policy is available here
1.2 Profiling cookies
The website does not use proprietary (first party) profiling cookies, i.e. cookies designed to create user profiles in order to send adverts in line with the preferences expressed when browsing the MUFPP website.
No users’ personal data is purposely acquired by the site.
1.3 Third-party cookies
For the use of certain services or applications of the MUFPP website, third-party cookies may be installed on the user’s terminal through the MUFPP website, which are subject to a policy and consent. The cookies installed on the MUFPP website for third-party services can be linked to:
YouTube, Google Translate, Google Maps
1.4 This website uses
- functional technical cookies to ensure the proper navigation and functioning of the website, which according to the regulation of the Data Protection Authority, simplified arrangements to provide information and obtain consent regarding cookies can be installed without the user’s consent by indicating them in this statement;
- third-party analytical cookies (Google analytics) to collect data, in an anonymous and aggregate way, on the number of users and how they visit the site. With regard to this particular category of cookies, the owner has proceeded to anonymise the IP addresses of the site’s users through technical measures, and through an appropriate setting of the owner’s Google Analytics account, Google Inc. has been prevented from cross-referencing the data collected with any other data it already held. By virtue of the operations performed, the cookies issued by Google are assimilated to technical cookies which, according to the aforementioned regulation, can be installed without the user’s consent, by indicating them in this policy.
The table below lists the cookies that this website uses:
|Entity issuing cookies||Name and category of cookie||Description of the cookie||Links to third-party policies and consent forms||Expiration time|
|__gat – Third-party analysis||Persistent cookie that is used to throttle request rate and restrict data collection on high traffic websites.||https://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies?gl=it&hl=en – The user can selectively disable the action of Google Analytics by installing on their browser the opt-out add-on provided by Google. If you want to disable it, please refer to the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en||2 years|
|__ga – Third-party analysis||Persistent cookie that is used to distinguish users by assigning them a randomly generated number as a client ID. It is included in every page request and is used to calculate the number of visitors, sessions and data in order to produce Analytics reports.||https://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies?gl=it&hl=en – The user can selectively disable the action of Google Analytics by installing on their browser the opt-out add-on provided by Google. If you want to disable it, please refer to the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en||2 years|
|_utma – _utmb – _utmc – _utmt – _utmz – _utmv – Third-party analysis||_utma. It is used to identify a user. It presents a unique code to distinguish the Visitor. In order to determine the number of people (unique visitors) who have visited a site, Google Analytics counts the number of utma.|
_utmb and _utmc. They are used to determine a session (visit). Google Analytics uses these cookies to determine time-based metrics such as length of visit or time spent on the page. They expire when you close your browser or leave the site.
_utmz. This is the cookie used to speed up the request rate
_utmz. It is used to store the traffic source. It allows to collect data on how the user reached the website (a systematic search, a referring link, an online campaign, etc.).
_utmv. It is used to store visitor-level custom variable data. It has a variable duration depending on the level of setting of the custom variables (Page, Session, Visitor).
|https://policies.google.com/technologies/cookies?gl=it&hl=en – The user can selectively disable the action of Google Analytics by installing on their browser the opt-out add-on provided by Google. If you want to disable it, please refer to the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en||_utma – 2 years|
_utmt – 10 minutes
_utmb – 30 minutes
_utmc – session
_utmz – 6 months
_utmv – 2 years
2. How to disable cookies from your browser settings
Although most web browsers automatically accept cookies, many browsers’ settings can be set to decline cookies. If you do not wish to accept or store cookies, you can change the privacy settings of your browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera, etc.). Each browser has its own procedures for managing these settings:
2.1 Microsoft Internet Explorer
Select the “Tools” button, and then select “Internet options”. In the pop-up window select “Privacy” and manage the cookie settings or you can follow this link
2.2 Google Chrome for Desktop
Select “Settings”, then ” Advanced settings”, then in the “Privacy” section select “Content settings” and manage the cookie settings or you can follow these links
2.3 Google Chrome for Mobile
You can follow the link
2.4 Mozilla Firefox
Select “Options” and in the pop-up window select “Privacy” to manage the cookie settings, or follow the link
2.5 Apple Safari
Select “Preferences” and then “Security” where you can manage your cookie settings or you can follow the link
Select “Preferences”, then “Advanced” and then “Cookies” where you can manage your cookie settings or follow these links
2.7 Android native browser
Select “Settings”, then “Privacy” and check or uncheck the “Accept cookies” box.
For any other browser than those listed above, please refer to the respective guide to find out how to manage cookies.