What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer when you visit certain websites.
We also use appropriate systems to collect information about the user, such as their IP address, the browser and operating system used and/or websites visited by a user for security and statistical purposes.
If you choose to decline or disable cookies, you may not be able to access some parts of the fiscalconsulent.com website and connected subdomains, or they may not function properly.
To ensure full and trouble-free use of this website, you should set your browser to accept these cookies. The cookies do not pose any risk to your computer, tablet or smartphone. The cookies generated by fiscalconsulent.com do not contain any personal data that can be used to identify the user, only encrypted data.
Types of cookies used
The website and associated subdomains use the following types of cookies:
These cookies enable you to navigate the website and use its features. Without cookies, you may not be able to access these features or they may not function properly. Absolutely necessary cookies are used to store an identifier so that we can uniquely match each user and provide a consistent and accurate service.
These cookies may come from ourselves or from one of our partners; they may be session cookies or persistent cookies. They are only used for website performance and improvement. These cookies do not collect any information that can identify the user. All information collected using these cookies is aggregated anonymously and used only to improve the functionality of the website.
Cookies are normally placed on the user's computer as a result of an action by the user, but they may also be received when a service is offered to the user without this having been specifically requested. They can be used to prevent the same service from being offered to the same user more than once. In addition, these cookies allow the website to keep track of decisions made by the user. The information collected by these cookies is anonymous and cannot be used to assess the user's behaviour on other websites.
Data protection laws give users the option to disable ("opt out") cookies that are already installed on your device. This option applies to "technical cookies" (art. 122 of the Italian Data Protection Act) and other cookies that the user has previously accepted ("opt in"). The user can disable and/or delete cookies based on browser settings ("opt out").
Blocking cookies may result in some web pages not being displayed correctly.