Session cookies are essential for distinguishing between connected users and help ensure that requested functionalities are not supplied to the wrong user. From a security perspective, they also prevent cyber attacks on the website. Session cookies do not contain personal data and only last for the current session, i.e. until the browser is closed. For this reason, they do not require the consent of the user.
The cookie functionalities used by the website are strictly necessary for the use of the website and, in particular, are connected with express functionality requests by the user (for example when logging in), for which no consent is required.
Our website also incorporates social media plugins and/or buttons to enable the easy sharing of content on your favourite social networks.
These social networks are: Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, YouTube (Google-owned platform).
In order to safeguard the privacy of users, these plugins are programmed not to send any cookies when the page is accessed. If established by the social network, cookies may eventually be sent only when the user makes active and voluntary use of the plugin. If the user browses the website having already logged into the social network then they have already consented to the use of the cookies sent via this website when they registered with the social network.The collection and use of the information obtained via the plugin is regulated by the respective privacy policies of the social networks, to which users should refer.
What do we track?
- We track the number of visits to the Website, from where every visitor comes (i.e. the website that you visited before coming to our Website) and where every visitor goes from our Website (i.e. the website you visit after leaving ours).
- A cookie is stored on the user’s device for a period of no longer than two years and associated with your IP address. Cookies are small text files that your web browser stores on your device. This enables us to verify whether you return to the Website.
How we manage cookies
This content has been introduced so we can keep you up to date with carefully selected information you may find relevant or interesting but, at the same time, may involve the storage of additional cookies on your device over which we have no control. As a result, we recommend visiting the websites of these third parties and viewing their privacy policies in order to obtain further information on their cookies and how to manage them.
Cookies used by Challenge Network
The Website may contain links to third-party websites. If you click on one of these links, please remember that these websites apply their own privacy and cookie policies and that we bear no responsibility for such policies. We suggest checking out these policies before communicating your personal data to such third-party websites.
|1 year||wp-wpml_current_language||technical cookies||Memorise browser language choice||24 hours|
|Third-party cookie||_utma||analytics cookies||This cookie tracks the number of times the user has visited the website connected with the cookie, when they first visited it, when they last visited it.||2 years|
|Third-party cookie||_utmb||analytics cookies||B and C cookies work together to calculate how long a visit lasts. __utmb creates a timestamp of the exact moment when the user visits the site.||30 minutes|
|Third-party cookie||_utmc||analytics cookies||B and C cookies work together to calculate how long a visit lasts. __utmc creates a timestamp of the exact moment when the user leaves the site.||Session|
|Third-party cookie||_utmt||analytics cookies||Manages the request limit (throttle) for the Google Analytics service.||10 minutes|
|Third-party cookie||_utmz||analytics cookies||This cookie keeps track of the website from which the user arrives, the search engine used by the user, the links clicked by the user, the keywords used by the user, and the user’s geographical location when they accessed the site.||6 months|
|Third-party cookie||CONSENT||This cookie is only present if the user has not accessed youtube.com or another Google site.||18 years|
|Third-party cookie||NID||preference cookies||The NID cookie contains a unique ID which is used by Google to remember your preferences and other information, such as your preferred language, how many search results you prefer to have shown on a results page and whether you want to have Google’s SafeSearch filter turned on. This cookie is only present if the user has not accessed youtube.com or another Google site.||6 months|
|Third-party cookie||GPS||profiling cookie||This cookie is only present if the user has accessed youtube.com or another Google site.||Session|
|Third-party cookie||PREF||profiling cookie||This cookie is created during the uploading of a video from YouTube. A unique identifier is attributed to every computer and enables Google to track the videos viewed on YouTube. This cookie is only present if the user has accessed youtube.com or another Google site.||2 years|
|Third-party cookie||VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||technical cookie||Attempts to estimate the speed of the user’s connection on pages with embedded YouTube videos. This cookie is only present if the user has accessed youtube.com or another Google site.||8 months|
|Third-party cookie||YSC||profiling cookie||Stores a unique ID for statistics on the YouTube videos viewed by the user. This cookie is only present if the user has accessed youtube.com or another Google site.||session|
Questions, comments and requests relating to this Policy are welcome and should be addressed to Challenge Network S.r.l. at the following email address: email@example.com
Data controller: Challenge Network S.r.l. (VAT no. 09398631003) headquartered in Rome at 9 Via del Porto Fluviale, in the person of their pro tempore legal representative
Data supervisor: Rossella Russo, contactable at: firstname.lastname@example.org