Information on cookies regarding the protection of personal data pursuant to:


- art. 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 ("Privacy Code"), whose constituent elements are available at the following link: https://www.garanteprivacy.it/codice


- the General Provision of the Guarantor for the "Identification of simplified procedures for the information and the acquisition of consent for the use of cookies - May 8, 2014", visible at the link: https://www.garanteprivacy.it/web/guest/home/docweb/-/docweb-display/docweb/3118884

"Majokko Club" (
http://www.majokkoclub.com) hereinafter simply called "Site", is a site with a regularly purchased personal domain, created on an amateur and non-profit level.In compliance with the provisions of art. 13 of the Privacy Code and the General Provision of the Guarantor for the protection of personal data of 8 May 2014, the Site informs its visitors on the various types of cookies it uses directly or indirectly and on the purposes pursued, providing information to the user for proceed with the possible blocking of individual cookies.It is very important to note that in order to comply with the provisions of the legislation it was considered appropriate to change the code of your site. First of all, a dynamic script / banner of adequate size has been adopted, which manages the consent to the opening of the Site. The banner appears at the opening of the Site, at the bottom and offers the visitor the brief information on cookies. It contains the ACCEPT button, which allows the visitor to give his immediate consent to the technical and third-party cookies present on the Site and the HERE button, the latter referring to the extended information that is opened in a new pop-up and, in any case , present in the last item of the navigation menu on each page of the Site. Once the visitor gives his consent to the cookies, by clicking on the relative button, the initial banner will no longer appear, except for the removal of the session / navigation cookies and the user can freely use the Site in its full functionality.

Regarding the duration of cookies, there are:


• temporary session cookies (also called session cookies or temporary cookies): these are cookies left behindtemporarily on your computer. They are automatically deleted at the end of the browsing session (whenclose the browser). In practice, they remain active only while you are surfing the Internet. They can be used to remember your passage on that particular page and / or to avoid you continually logging in to each page you visit on the site;
• permanent cookies (also called persistent cookies): this type of cookie remains active on your computer until its expiration date or its cancellation by the user. It is not deleted at the end of the session, and is used to provide information on your navigation to the site that sent it.


Regarding the origin of cookies, there are:
• first-party cookies: cookies are sent to your browser directly from the site you are visiting;
• third-party cookies: these are cookies sent to your computer by other sites and not by the site you are visiting. Persistent cookies are often third party cookies.
Most third-party cookies consist of tracking cookies. These are cookies used to track your online behavior, understand your interests and then customize the advertising proposals to be shown on the sites you visit.

The purposes of the various types of cookies can be grouped into these categories:

• identification and authentication

• security and integrity of the account and site
• management of user preferences
• localization• improvement of site processes
• improvement of the performance of the site
• web analytics
• user profiling and marketing (advertising improvement)


Identification and authentication cookies are used to identify the user and ensure access to the site and internal navigation without having to log in again on each new page.Permanent cookies with this function, by keeping the information even for different sessions, avoid you having to re-enter your username and passwords on the sites you visit, perhaps several times a day in different sessions.Permanent cookies with this function also serve the site to store information relating to the items in your virtual cart: cookies allow us to place or remove items from the virtual cart at any time, and to keep the information for future sessions.EXAMPLE: if you have saved a potential item to buy in a virtual cart in an online store and then close the session, returning a few days later you will find the item still in the cart. This can be useful for completing the purchase faster without having to search for the object again.


Security cookies are used to activate some protection functions, both of the account and of the site itself.This type of cookie helps prevent multiple simultaneous accesses to your account, or simultaneous accesses to different accounts from the same computer, or other fraudulent use of access credentials and any theft of user data.EXAMPLE: Google combines information from different cookies (called "SID" and "HSID" cookies) to cross dataof the user, make sure that you are the actual owner of an account, and then block any attempts to steal your data when you fill out an online form.


Cookies with this function are used to store user preferences and therefore allow the site to customize the web page based on these preferences.If you visit a site in multiple languages ​​and choose your preferred language, a cookie will store this information. The vaultnext the site will open in the language of your choice.Other preferences stored by cookies are text size, font type and preferences relating to customizable parts of web pages.EXAMPLE: Google uses the "PREF" cookie to memorize in particular your preferred language (for example Italian), the number of search results you want to view for each page (for example 10 or 20) and your activation preference Google's SafeSearch filter.


Location cookies help geolocate your location, allowing the site to customize the page or parts of the page content based on where you are.EXAMPLE: Google could locate the results of your search by providing you with information more relevant to your area (for example local weather information or local restaurants, even if you type in generic keywords without geographical references), thanks also to these cookies.


Cookies for this purpose are used to improve the way the site works and the offer of services that visitors expect, such as the ability to access protected areas of the site, or to open certain protected documents.EXAMPLE: Google uses the “lbcs” cookie to allow you to open many documents in a single browser in Google Docs.Other cookies used by Google monitor the status of the session, reporting to Google any errors received fromcertain Google pages you visit, so that Google can improve the browsing experience.


The cookies used for this purpose improve the usability of the site, in particular the loading speed.EXAMPLE: Facebook uses a specific cookie to direct traffic between servers, and other cookies to check the loading speed of Facebook for different users and to improve the loading speed of some specific Facebook functions.


Web analytics cookies (a specific type of tracking cookies) help monitor and analyze site traffic (hence the name of web analytics).These cookies are useful for those who manage a site to understand who visits it, how visitors move around the site and how much time they spend on each page, which pages are most visited, which pages attract the most attention, which pages are closed in less time, where visitors come from, etc.EXAMPLE: Google Analytics uses cookies called "__utma" and "__utmz" to allow site owners to understand how users interact with sites.Through the analysis of data relating to user traffic, those who manage a site can improve the content and make the navigation of visitors more efficient.It is important to emphasize that the data collected by the analytics services are anonymous and used for disaggregated statistical purposes. In the most absolute way they DO NOT identify you as a person!Cookies do not communicate your personal name, but associate you with a numerical code, thanks to which the web analytics service is able to obtain the above information.


► USER PROFILING AND MARKETING (advertising improvement)
Track the user's navigation for the purpose of customizing the advertising to be shown: this is the typical use of tracking cookies.In most of the sites that present advertisements, advertisements (in all forms: textual, banners, rich media, etc.) are served by an external platform (for example Google Adsense or Right Media), which installs cookies on the computer of the 'user useful to provide the advertising company with information on the advertised product, on the site containing the advertisement, on the clicks made by the user on the advertisement, etc.When the user visits another site that contains advertising served by the same platform, the advertising company that owns the platform receives other information that can be integrated with the previous ones.As the user navigates and the cookies send information, advertising companies collect information not only on the internal pages of a site you visit, but also on your web browsing paths (i.e. how you move from site to site), about your tastes, your preferences, the advertisements you click.In practice, through these cookies (also called behavioral targeting cookies or tracking cookies) companiesadvertisements are able to trace a user profile (hence the name of profiling cookies), and personalize the advertisements on the sites he visits, with the aim of presenting the visitor with the advertisements that most attract him.This type of advertising, based on the predictions of your interests based on your browsing behavior, is defined as behavioral advertising or even interest-based advertising (online behavioral advertising or interest-based advertising).

Users viewing the Site will see minimal amounts of information entered in the devices in use, whether they are computers or mobile devices, in small text files called "cookies" saved in the directories used by the user's web browser.Specifically, the cookies that are sent are of a technical and / or analytical type. Technical cookies are used specifically to allow the correct functioning and use of the Site. Analytical cookies are used for statistical analysis, to improve the Site and simplify its use as well as to monitor its correct functioning. This type of cookie collects anonymous information on user activity on the Site.


*** PLEASE NOTE: "Majokko Club" was created for amateur and entertainment purposes only, without any profit, so it does not need to insert sponsors, advertisements and / or marketing within its own pages. Therefore, no profiling cookies, neither first party nor third party, are installed on the visitor's device: consequently it is not necessary to enter consent forms. The site manager has no direct contact with third parties and it is particularly difficult to identify all third parties, as they themselves refer to further third parties in some cases.


For these reasons, the visitor is asked to consult the following links:
- http://cookiepedia.co.uk/

This information is updated as of February 6, 2021.