Cookie Policy

Pursuant to Article 13 of EU Regulation 679/2016 (hereinafter “GDPR”) on personal data protection, and by virtue of the terms of the provisions of 8 May 2014 “Identification of simplified methods for notification and acquisition of consent for the use of cookies” and of 5 June 2015 “Clarifications about the implementation of the cookies regulations” adopted by the Italian Data Protection Authority with regard to cookies, Acea S.p.A. hereby provides you with clear, transparent information on the use and management of the cookies installed on the domain www.gruppo.acea.it (hereinafter, the “Website”) and its sub-domains, i.e. other domains accessible via the Website.
Please note that this information (hereinafter the “Note”) is provided exclusively with reference to the personal data processing activities carried out by Acea S.p.A. in the capacity of Website operator. The management of the information collected by third parties is regulated by the relative privacy notes, to which you are invited to refer, as indicated in the paragraph below on the use of the cookies.

The characteristics of the cookies used on www.gruppo.acea.it. are illustrated in the following table


Cookie Name
 
Purpose Type
ACEA_DISCLAIMER_COOKIE Adobe creates a cookie that reflects the fact that the user Grants their Consent  technical
ACEA_LANG_COOKIE Both Hybris and Adobe can overwrite the value of the language each time the customer changes language technical
ACEA_USER_COOKIE Only Hybris can create this cookie. Adobe uses it only to show the welcome message technical
ACEACQJSESSIONID This is a system cookie of an application server (AEM uses Jetty) generated in the event that a server session is instantiated technical
FACEBOOK PIXEL Facebook Pixel enables the conversions occurring on the Website as the result of the adverts present on Facebook to be monitored. When the pixel is loading, Facebook installs a so-called “fr” cookie on the user’s computer, which helps Facebook to measure, improve and personalize the advertising. When the “fr” cookie is installed, Facebook is able to track the user’s browsing behavior through other websites that have applied a Facebook pixel or a Facebook social plug-in profiling
GOOGLE ADWORDS These cookies enable Google and the advertiser to see that you have clicked on the advert and subsequently visited the website profiling

The use of the technical cookies does not require the Data Subject’s consent. In any case, said cookies can be disabled at any time as indicated in the Section “How to manage cookies” below. The disablement of this type of cookie could make it difficult for the user to browse the website and correctly use its services.
For information on installing and using third party analytics and profiling cookies, and for the management of the relative consents, please refer to the relative links to the notes provided below, reminding the user that if no choice is made and the user decides to continue browsing in this Website, they will consent to the use of these cookies.

1. AddThis: service provided by AddThis, Inc. (“AddThis”). This service consents the use of the buttons of many social networks to allow the users to share contents on the various social platforms.
The use of this service requires the installation of the cookies, including profiling cookies, of the third party company offering the service. However, the website shall not share any of the user’s browsing information or data acquired when the sharing buttons are used, except some data in aggregated form. The privacy policy that regulates the management of this type of cookie is available at the link: http://www.addthis.com/privacy/privacy-policy

2. Google analytics: web service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google uses these cookies to analyze your behavior when using the website, collecting information that also includes your IP address. Google will use this information to analyze your use of the website, create reports on the activities of the website for the site managers and provide additional services connected to the use of the site and the web. Under no circumstances will Google associate your IP address with other data.
You can visit this link to obtain information about the Cookies used by Google Analytics: https://support.google.com/analytics/topic/2919631?hl=en&ref_topic=1008008

3. Adobe analytics: web service provided by Adobe. These are monitoring cookies used to generate statistics on the use of the site. Adobe Analytics uses cookies that do not memorize personal data and that are deposited on the user’s computer to enable the website manager to analyze how the website is used by the users. To prevent the above-mentioned cookies from being memorized, the user can follow the procedure available at the following link: https://www.adobe.com/it/data-analytics-cloud/analytics/general-data-protection-regulation.html

4. Google adwords: online advertising service with which advertising spaces can be added to the Google search pages. These cookies enable Google and the advertiser to see that the advert has been clicked on and that the website has then been visited. This type of activity is performed thanks to a cookie called “Conversion” which is generally set under the domains googleadservice.com or google.com.
More info on these cookies is available at the following link https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads?hl=en