What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files or fragments of information that are stored on your computer or mobile device (such as a smartphone or tablet) when you visit our websites. A cookie usually contains the name of the website from which the cookie originated, or the cookie’s “lifetime” (that is, how long the cookie will remain on your device), and a value, which is usually a unique randomly generated number.
What data do we collect?
On our websites, we may use two types of cookies: Session cookies which are temporary and expire when the browser session is closed, and persistent cookies which remain on the device for much longer, or until they are manually deleted by the user (the length of time such cookies remain on the devices will depend on the duration or “life” of the specific cookie).
The data collected by this website are as follows:
• Session cookies
• Traffic cookies
• Recommended cookies, all used exclusively to improve your browsing experience
• Registration data filled in a supplier registration form
• Registration data filled in the form “contact us”
• Eventual data collected in specific CBA actions disclosed on the website, whose information and privacy notice will be informed when such actions occur
This information is collected with a feature to allow you to browse the CBA website in the best possible way, for instance, to save your language and navigation preferences, to enable the beginning of a business relationship, through the supplier register or to allow appropriate contact with CBA, using the form “contact us”
We only retain the information collected for the time necessary to achieve the purposes indicated above. When storing data, we use technical and organizational measures to keep the data safe and prevent loss and theft, as well as any breach of confidentiality, availability and availability of data.
We do not share your data publicly or with third parties, except as required by law and for the purposes of managing access and traffic on this site.
Our website may have links to external websites that are not operated by CBA. We recommend that you pay attention to the privacy settings and data collections when accessing any external website, for which we are not responsible.
In the supplier registration form, in “contact us” and in specific actions posted on the CBA website, you are free not to provide your data, however, you cannot use these features if you do not.
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