Mario Dalpra

Cookie Policy

1. What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files used by websites to make the user experience more efficient. Cookies are text files that contain a string of characters that can be placed on your computer or mobile device that uniquely identifies your browser or device. We may use technologies such as cookies, pixels, and local storage to deliver, protect, and gain insights about products, services, and advertisements.
By law, we may store cookies on your device if they are strictly necessary for the operation of this site. For all other cookie types, we need your permission. This means that cookies categorized as necessary are processed on the basis of Art. 6 (1) lit. f DSGVO. All other non-essential cookies, i.e. analysis cookies and targeted cookies, are processed on the basis of Art. 6 (1) lit. a DSGVO.
This site uses different types of cookies. Some cookies are placed by third parties that appear on our pages.

You can change or revoke your consent at any time through the cookie statement on our website.

Learn more about who we are, how you can contact us, and how we process data when you visit our website in our Privacy Policy.

2. What are cookies used for?

Cookies and other technologies allow websites or services to determine whether your computer or device has visited them before. These technologies may then be used to provide or deliver products, services and advertisements, tell us how the website or service is being used, help you navigate between pages efficiently, assist us in remembering your preferences, and generally improve your experience when using our services. Cookies can also help make the marketing you see online more relevant to you, taking into account your interests.

3. Why does Plato use cookies and similar technologies?

We use cookies, pixels, local storage, and similar technologies to show you relevant content, improve your experience on Plato, and protect Plato and our users. We may use these technologies to provide our Service, to provide you with an easy-to-use service, to allow you to browse our Service and use its features (such as accessing secure areas in the Plato Gallery, promoting products and ideas by our Plato authors), and to store information so that Plato responds more quickly. In addition, we may use these technologies to collect information about how you use the Service, such as which pages you access most often and whether you receive error messages from certain pages. We may also use these technologies to help us remember the choices you make (username, language, or the region you are in) and customize the Service to provide you with improved features and content. These cookies may also help us remember changes you have made to text size, font, and other elements of the Plato Gallery and pages that you can personalize. Plato may or our advertising partners/Plato Authors may use these technologies to provide advertising for products that are relevant to your interests. These technologies may remember that your device has visited a website or service. They may also be able to track your device’s browsing on websites or services other than Plato. This information may be shared with other organizations outside of Plato, such as advertisers and/or advertising networks, to measure advertising and the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. We and our Plato Authors may use these technologies to gain insight into products and services and to improve and research them.

As can be seen in our data privacy policy, data may be collected, stored, evaluated or otherwise processed when visiting and operating our website. It may be necessary on a case-by-case basis to disclose your data to certain recipients through transmission, dissemination or other forms of provision. This data is stored in so-called “cookies”. See further details on this in our privacy policy.

4. How long do cookies stay on my device?

How long a cookie remains on your computer or mobile device depends on whether it is a “persistent” or a “session” cookie. Session cookies remain on your device only until you close the browser. Persistent cookies remain on your computer or mobile device until they expire or are deleted.

5. First-party and third-party cookies

First-party cookies are cookies that belong to Plato. Third-party cookies are cookies that another party places on your device through Plato. Third-party cookies may be placed on your device by someone who provides advertising, measurement solutions, marketing, and analytics services, or to provide you with certain features and improve our services to you. For example, cookies from other companies help us gain insights into how our Plato Gallery is used. Third-party cookies may also be placed on your device by our business partners (e.g., Plato Authors) so that they can use them to provide advertisements for products and services elsewhere on the Internet, to measure the performance and effectiveness of those advertisements, and to support marketing and analytics.

6. How can you control cookies?

We use cookies to personalize and improve content and services, to provide a more secure experience, and to show you useful and relevant ads on and off Plato. However, you can control how we use data to show you ads and other things using the tools explained below.

7. You can manage cookies from Plato and other companies through your browser

If you have a Plato account, you can manage your privacy settings in the preferences through the Cookie Statement.

If you do not have a Plato account or are not logged in to your account, you can manage cookies from other companies in this browser.

Follow your web or mobile browser’s instructions (usually found under “Help,” “Tools,” or “Edit”) to control our cookies in other apps and on other websites, as well as cookies from other companies on Plato.
Please note that if you disable cookies or other technologies in your settings or browser, you may no longer be able to access certain parts of our Service and other parts of our Service may not function properly.