Cookie policy

Privacy and information on the use of data
1 Cookies

2 Using the contact form and data recorded in comments and messages

3 Tracking of navigation data on the site

1. Cookies
Cookies are information that sites record on the memory of the computer, smartphone or tablet they use to navigate: they serve various purposes, including saving your preferences, allowing you to buy products from an e-commerce, recognizing you when you return to the site.

Other information that may interest you:

At the bottom of the pages and posts there are sharing buttons on the social networks Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube; all these integrated circuits their own cookies to recognize you, if you are browsing after connecting to your accounts, but I have no agreements with any of them and I am not able to see how my data is;

For more information, browse the related privacy policy:



LinkedIn (for LinkedIn and presentation)

Use Google Analytics to obtain site usage statistics in anonymous form. In the future I may decide to retarget, and in this case I will update the information.

In your browser you can set your privacy preferences so as not to store cookies, delete them after each visit or every time you close your browser, or even accept only the cookies of and not those of the parties; there is also a service, Your Your Choices Online, which shows you which cookies install the various services and how you can offer them, one by one.

Below you can read how I treat your data.

2. Use of the contact form and data entered in comments or contacts
If you write to me from the Contact page I use your data to reply, and so write via e-mail or leave a comment on my post. Your data remains stored in my e-mail archive, on the blog if it is a comment, and in my backups; dmdirect is the owner and person in charge of data processing, which he does not transfer to anyone else unless you authorize us to do so.

3. Navigation on the site
I too, like millions of other site owners, are curious about how many people read my site, how many pages are opened, where readers come from, etc.

To get this data, use Google Analytics, which is an excellent free service provided by Google; I set up Google Analytics so that your IP address is anonymized, by resetting the last part of the address itself.

The information generated by the Google Analytics cookie about your use of the website (including the first part of your IP address) is then transmitted to Google and stored on its servers in the United States. Google uses this information to track and examine the abuse of the site by visitors, to provide this data, in aggregate form and never linked to your identity, through the Analytics reports and its other information services.

Google could transfer this information to third parties if this is required by law or in the case of subjects that process this information on its behalf; the privacy policy and the use of Google Analytics data is here.

I use the analysis data to better understand what you like and what you don’t care about, and to improve the content of this blog.

If you do not want to be “tracked”, even anonymously, from this or other sites that use Google Analytics, you can download the add-on to disable the transfer of browsing data in Google Analytics: it works with the most popular browser, and it is distributed free of charge by Google.

Thank you for reading the explanations on how to use the data I collect, even anonymously, through my site.