• We use analytical cookies to better understand how our users use the website in order to optimize it and above all in order to eliminate items of little interest and instead create articles of greater interest. To better explain us cookies allow us to see what an article is displayed, for how long and how often. Obviously, items of little interest will have to be eliminated, but items that are interesting will have to be reviewed, improved or extended.
• We use anonymous browsing cookies, the maximum we can understand will be in what province the site was viewed and whether a mobile phone, tablet or PC was used to read it. We are not able to find e-mail addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers or any other method to contact the person who visited the site. We will not store anything of your data unless you send us an email of your own initiative or we will call you. Also in this case, however, you can request that the email you send us will be deleted by writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org It is not necessary that you write to us from a pec, it is fine a normal email, a call to 347/7480746 or +01342 325988 and ask for Pablo. You can also send a text message, a whatsapp message, come in person, send a letter, a telegram by telegraph or any other type of communication and I will delete your email or any sensitive data you sent me as I am not interested in retaining data of people outside the targhet not interested in our products or services.
In summary we use only technical cookies and no profiling cookies (those that then send you three thousand intrusive messages)
This information is anonymous, and used only for statistical purposes.
How to change or disable cookie preferences
• From the settings of your browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome, etc.) you can determine which cookies you want to receive and which are not.
The disabling of “third-party” cookies does not affect the navigability in any way.
The setting can be defined specifically for different websites and web applications.
In addition, the best browsers allow you to define different settings for cookies “owners” and those of “third parties”.
As an example, in Firefox, through the menu Tools-> Options -> Privacy, you can access a control panel where you can define whether or not to accept the different types of cookies and proceed with their removal.
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/it-it/windows7/how-to-manage-cookies-in-internet-explorer-9
Summarize the contact details:
184 London Rd, East Grinstead RH19 1EY
+01342 325988 ( pizza post)
just call +01342 325988
this privacy statement is prepared in fulfillment of the obligations under Art. 10 of the Directive n. 95/46 / EC, as well as the provisions of Directive 2002/58 / EC, as updated by Directive 2009/136 / EC, concerning Cookies.
This privacy statement only concerns this Web space.
The owner of the data processing: The PizzaPost (director Borja Santander) 184 London Rd, East Grinstead RH19 1EY. C.I.F
What is a cookie?
It is an information storage device that, when accessing a Web page, is downloaded to the user’s computer or electronic device in order to save and retrieve information, mainly to speed up the user’s browsing.
Types of cookies used in thepizzapost:
They are cookies that help the user to have a better browsing experience of the site. An example of the use of this type of cookie are those used to store the data of the last search for a product to fill the search engine, the country, the city of preference and the latest products consulted by the user.
What are Tracking Cookies?
Some commercial websites include embedded advertising material which is served from a third-party site, and it is possible for such adverts to store a cookie for that third-party site, containing information fed to it from the containing site – such information might include the name of the site, particular products being viewed, pages visited, etc. When the user later visits another site containing a similar embedded advert from the same third-party site, the advertiser will be able to read the cookie and use it to determine some information about the user’s browsing history. This enables publishers to serve adverts targetted at a user’s interests, so in theory having a greater chance of being relevant to the user. However, many people see such ‘tracking cookies’ as an invasion of privacy since they allow an advertiser to build up profiles of users without their consent or knowledge.