This notice is intended to explain the procedures followed to collect,
through cookies and/or other tracking technologies, the information
provided by users when they use Weople or visit its website
Introduction to cookies and other tracking tools
Cookies are files that store information about your navigation on the
website. Cookies will store some details that may help you enjoy your
browsing experience (for example, it allows us to ensure that the
information on the site in your future visits responds to your preferences).
At the same time, cookies help us to understand some relevant details
about the use of our site - for example, to identify most visited pages
and contents, and for how long. Through these tools, we can make the
site more responsive to your requests and more comfortable to navigate.
Consent to the installation of cookies
or other similar technologies to inform the user about the types of
cookies. In certain cases, the law requires us to request an express consent from you.
There are three types of cookies.
The website operator usually installs technical cookies
o guarantee the usual browsing and use of the website (allowing,
for example, to make a purchase or authenticate to access restricted
areas). Analytics cookies, similar to technical cookies
when used directly by the site operator, are used to collect information
in an aggregate form on the number of users and how often they visit
the site. Profiling cookies are used to create user
profiles and to send advertising messages in line with the preferences
expressed by the user when surfing the web.
Cookies can also be distinguished between first-party and third-party
cookies (it depends on the subject who manage the cookie and receive the information).
We have a first-party cookie if the tool is controlled by the owner
of the site, who is then responsible for providing information and
indicating how to block the tracking. We talk about third-party
cookie when they are managed by a third party other than the site owner.
For these cookies, the obligation to inform and indicate the methods
for any blockage lies with the third party, while the owner of the
site is obliged to insert on the site the link to the site of the
third party where these elements are available.
In our case, Hoda uses certain tools that allow the
installation of technical and analytics cookies. In particular,
the following services are concerned:
These are first-party cookies developed and managed directly by
Hoda S.r.l. If the User click on an advertisement regarding Weople,
and lands on our website, we install a cookie, called “_campaign_source”
in order to store his/her origin. If you want to delete such cookie,
just use the relevant functionality of your browser.
Google Analytics (Google Ireland Limited.)
Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google Ireland
Limited. ('Google'). Google uses the Personal Data to track and
examine the use of the site, fill in reports and share them with
other services developed by Google. The cookies used are the
following: "__atuvc"; "__atuvs"; "__utma"; "__utmb"; "__utmc";
"__utmt"; "__utmz". To give website visitors the opportunity to
prevent the use of their data by Google Analytics, you can download
and install the browser add-on (Opt Out) for deactivation of Google
Google Tag Manager
Google Tag Manager is a service provided by Google Ireland Limited.
This service allows us to quickly and easily obtain information about
the operation, expression of interest and use of certain parts or pages
of the Application and/or the Website. We also use the Google Search
Console service, which allows us to monitor the performance of our
initiatives within the Google search engine.
Weborama Italia S.r.l. is a service which makes statistical analysis on Weople
users who are also users of Weborama’s network. Weborama does not use the data
generated on our site for advertising or profiling purposes. If you wish to
find out more, please click here
Zendesk is a user support and assistance service offered by Zendesk,
Inc. With Zendesk, we can integrate the Application or the Site
with an interface to support any question from you. Once received,
the request is transformed into a so-called "ticket", which allows
our operators to understand the problem, organize their work and make
the service more efficient. More information on how Zendesk works
and any cookies that may be installed can be found at the following link:
Some final indications
Since the Owner cannot technically control the installation of Cookies
and other tracking systems operated by third parties through
the services used within the Site, any specific reference to Cookies
and tracking systems installed by third parties is indicative.
any third-party services listed in this document.
Given the complexity related to the identification of technologies
based on cookies and their very close integration with the operation
of the web, the User is invited to contact the Data Controller if he
or she would like to receive any further information on the use of
cookies and any use of the same - for example by third parties -
made through this site.