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Cookies Policy
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Cookies

What are cookies? Cookies are small text files that are sent to your computer when you visit a website. Your computer saves the cookies and sends them back to the website when you visit the website again.

The cookies used by the Store and their purpose. The site uses cookies whose purpose is to allow some sections to function correctly, for example when accessing the private area of the Store ("technical cookies"), to provide certain personalised features ("functional cookies"), to improve the browsing experience ("analytical cookies") and to help us offer you personalised recommendations for products you may like ("profiling cookies").

The first time you visit the website, a banner will ask you to accept (or not accept) cookies. You can refuse to accept all or some cookies or you can change your computer's settings, including at a later date, so that you know when you receive cookies or so that you can stop your computer automatically accepting cookies.

The Store uses the following types of cookies:

•      Technical (or browsing) cookies, which help the site to function, for example by allowing you to browse between pages and access the site's private area; the legal basis for processing data using these cookies is the joint controllers' interest in providing efficient, well-functioning services to their customers; the retention period for these cookies runs from the date on which the site was first accessed until the end of the session of for one month.

•      Functional cookies, which allow certain Store features to be activated and preferences (such as language) to be saved in order to improve your browsing experience; the legal basis for processing data using these cookies is the joint controllers' interest in providing efficient, well-functioning services to their customers; the retention period for these cookies runs from the date on which the site was first accessed until the date on which the cookies are disabled. Users may accept and disable these cookies whenever they like using the cookie management tool.

•      Analytical cookies, which allow us to acquire aggregated, anonymous statistical information concerning browsing habits; the legal basis for processing data using these cookies is the joint controllers' interest in providing efficient, well-functioning services to their customers; the retention period for these cookies runs from the date on which the site was first accessed until the date on which the cookies are disabled. Users may accept and disable these cookies whenever they like using the cookie management tool.

•      Profiling cookies, which allow us to personalise advertising messages based on your interests and preferences so that we can send you only the adverts that you will find relevant or interesting; the legal basis for processing data using these cookies is the consent of the interested party; the retention period for these cookies runs from the date on which the site was first accessed until the date on which the cookies are disabled and, in any case, will be no longer than 12 months. Users may accept and disable these cookies whenever they like using the cookie management tool.

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To analyse how the site is used, we use Google Analytics, a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. ("Google") which leaves cookies on your computer so that we can perform our statistical analyses. The data collected is aggregated and does not allow us to identify you in any way. To read Google's privacy notice for the Google Analytics service, please visit this website http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html. To read Google's privacy policy, please visit this website https://policies.google.com/privacy. You can refuse to accept Google Analytics cookies by following this procedure (https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=). As such, if you continue to use the Arduino site without refusing Google Analytics cookies, you agree to your data being processed by Google strictly in the ways and for the purposes outlined above.

How to disable technical cookies. You can change your browser's settings to disable cookies. Some of the site's features may not work correctly if you do so.

Below you will find links explaining how to disable cookies on a range of browsers (for any other browser you may be using, we suggest searching for this option in the software's help section, which you can normally access by pressing the F1 key):

Internet Explorer: Click the tools button and then 'internet options'. Click the privacy tab and in 'settings' move the slider up to block all cookies.

Google Chrome: Click the menu in the browser's toolbar. Select 'settings'. Click 'advanced'. In the privacy section, click the 'content settings' button. Select 'allow sites to save and read cookie data'.

Mozilla Firefox: Click the menu button and selection 'options'. Select the privacy tab. In the history drop-down menu, select 'use custom settings for history'. To activate cookies, tick 'accept cookies from web sites'; to disable them, untick the box.

Safari: Click the 'Safari' button on the menu bar, then 'preferences'. Now click on 'privacy', then 'details' to select the site, then click 'remove'.

Alternatively you can disable Google Analytics cookies only by using the opt-out add-on provided by Google for major browsers https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=