1. What are cookies, web beacons and similar technologies
Like most websites, we use small data files that are saved on your computer, tablet, mobile phone, or other mobile device (referred to collectively as "device") to record certain data each time you access or interact with the Website, services and tools.
The specific names and types of cookies, web beacons and other similar technologies used may change over time. To give you a better understanding of the policy and the use of these technologies, some terms with their definitions are provided below:
Cookie: small text files (usually comprising letters and numbers) that are saved in the browser or device memory when you visit a site or view a message. Cookies allow a site to recognise a particular device or browser. There are various types of cookies:
- Session cookies expire at the end of the browser session and allow us to link together your actions during that specific session.
- Permanent cookies stay saved on your device even after the end of the browser session and make it possible to remember your preferences or actions on multiple websites.
- First-party cookies are set by the website that you are visiting.
- Third-party cookies are set by a website other than the website you are visiting.
Cookies can be disabled or removed using the tools available in most browsers. Cookie preferences have to be set separately for each browser used, as each of them offers specific features and options.
Web beacon: small images, also known as "pixel tags" or "clear GIFs", which we may include in our websites, services, messages and tools. They generally work with cookies to identify our users and their activities.
Similar technologies: technologies that store data in the browser or device using locally shared objects or local storage, such as flash cookies, HTML 5 cookies, and other software methods for web applications. These technologies work in all browsers. In some cases, the use of local storage cannot be managed in full through browsers and has to be managed using specific tools. We do not use these technologies to store information for creating targeted advertisements on our or other websites.
The terms "cookies" and "similar technologies" can be used interchangeably in this policy, referring to all the technologies used to store data in your browser or device or to technologies that collect data or which enable you to be identified in the manner described above.
The cookies present on the Website are shown below:
|Cookie Name||Description||Cookie Type||Expiring Period||Source and Owner||Type of Information Recorded||Use Case||Who Has Access To Information|
|_ga||Used to distinguish users||technical - analytics||2 years||eni.com||alphanumeric||Navigation||Eni|
|_gid||Used to distinguish users||technical - analytics||24 hours||eni.com||alphanumeric||Navigation||Eni|
|_gat||Used to throttle request rate. Deployed via Google Tag Manager, this cookie will be named _dc_gtm_||technical - analytics||1 minute||eni.com||alphanumeric||Navigation||Eni|
In general, these technologies allow the Website to store important information in your browser or device and then use it later to identify you on our servers or internal systems. Where applicable, we protect cookies and other similar technologies to ensure that only we and/or our authorised service providers can interpret them by assigning them a unique code.
Your personal data is not stored in cookies or other similar technologies used.
All personal information acquired and stored through the use of these technologies is obtained only after notifying you and requesting your express and deliberate consent. We obtain your consent by clearly informing you of the use of the technologies and giving you the opportunity to disable them, as described above.
The uses of these technologies fall into the following general categories:
- Operationally necessary use
- Performance-related use or analytical cookies.
- Function-related use.
If you wish to reject all other types of technologies used on our websites, services or tools, you may do so by blocking, deleting or disabling them as permitted by your device or browser.
3. Use of these technologies by third-party service providers
These service providers may use these technologies to help us offer you our content and to create anonymous website statistics and analyses. We do not permit any of our service providers to collect your personal information on the Website or through our services or tools for their own purposes. These service providers are subject to confidentiality agreements with us and other legal restrictions on the use or collection of any personal information. The use of third-party cookies is governed by the privacy policies of those third parties.
4 User rights
You have the right to obtain confirmation at any time of the existence of your personal data. In particular, you have the right to be informed of the origin of your data, the purposes and methods of processing, the logic applied to processing by electronic means, the identification data of the data controller, data processor or persons in charge.
You also have the right to obtain the updating, rectification or integration of your data, as well as to object to the processing for legitimate reasons.
You can exercise your rights via the Contact section