Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy provides information for users on the way we use cookies and/or monitoring technologies to collect information given when they visit the www.enelxnorthamerica.com.

The Data Controller that processes the personal data gathered through the Website is Enel X North America, Inc., which has its legal headquarters based in Boston, MA USA (hereafter referred to as “Data Controller”). Data Controller will process your personal data in compliance with the applicable personal data protection legislation.

1. WHAT ARE “COOKIES”?

1.1. Cookies are small text files that websites send to users’ devices (e.g. computer, tablet, smartphone, notebook, etc.), where they are saved and then sent back to the same sites on the user’s next visit. Cookies may require the user’s prior consent.

1.2. Cookies allow the device on which they are stored to be identified for the entire period of their validity or registration. During visits to the Website, navigation data-related information received from the user’s device may be stored in cookies installed on the latter.

1.3. Cookies perform different functions and make navigating the Website more efficient by remembering the user’s preferences and enhancing their navigation experience. They can also help personalise the advertisements shown during navigation and the marketing activities aimed at the user, ensuring that they reflect his/her interests and preferences.

1.4. Cookie settings can be changed at any time. The following information provides further detail about the cookies used by the Website and the ways the settings relating to them can be managed.

2. TYPES OF COOKIES USED

2.1. When a user connects to the Website via their web browser, cookies may be installed on their device in order to enable the Website to recognise that device, ensuring the effective use of the Website for the lifetime of the cookies, and to collect information on accesses to the Website.

2.2. When navigating the Website, cookies may also be sent to the device from other sites or servers (i.e. “third parties”); these may contain certain elements (e.g. images, maps, sound, specific links to pages in other domains) present on the site being visited. With regard to this profile, these may be:

2.2.1. First party cookies, sent directly by Data Controller to the user’s device.

2.2.2. Third party cookies, which are sent by a third party but on Data Controller‘s behalf.

2.3. Depending on the purpose of the cookies, these can be divided into:

2.3.1. Technical cookies: their use is strictly limited to the transmission of session-identifying data (numbers generated randomly by the server) necessary for the secure, efficient navigation of the Website; these are not persistent cookies stored on the user’s computer but are erased when the browser is closed. These cookies are used for security reasons and to improve the service offered to users.

Data Controller uses the following Technical Cookies:

JS Cookie:
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Stores whether or not user has javascript enabled.

2.3.2 Technical cookie: necessary to keep track of consent given by User;

Cookie preferences:
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Saves user consent for cookie policy.

2.3.3 Cookie Analytics: Data Controller uses cookie analytics to analyse the number of users that visit the Website and the ways in which the Website is used, collecting the information in aggregate form.

Google Analytics Cookies:
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Tracks site navigation, responsiveness, and other metrics to help us improve visitors' experience on our sites. Click here for an overview of privacy at Google.

Mixpanel and Hotjar cookies:
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Tracks site navigation, responsiveness, and other metrics to help us improve visitors' experience on our sites. Click here for an overview of privacy at Mixpanel and Hotjar.

3. MANAGING COOKIES USING YOUR BROWSER SETTINGS

3.1. Almost all web browsers allow you to check which cookies are on your hard drive, block all cookies or receive a warning every time a cookie is installed. In some cases, however, failure to install a cookie may make it impossible to use some areas of the Website in question.

3.2. Below are the main ways in which the most popular browsers enable users to choose their cookie use options:

3.3. If you are using a mobile device, you should consult the instruction manual for information on how to manage cookies.

3.4. For further information on cookies and also on how to view the ones set on your device, how to manage or remove them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.

3.5. Facebook and Adobe Marketing Cloud cookies can be disabled using the instruction procedures provided by the two suppliers. Therefore, if you use the Website without disabling these cookies, you, the user, are giving your implicit consent to have your data processed by Facebook and Adobe Marketing Cloud, albeit within the constraints of the methods and purposes indicated above.

3.6. To view Facebook’s company privacy policy, please go to https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/. To view Adobe Marketing Cloud’s privacy policy, please go to https://www.adobe.com/it/privacy.html.

For further information on user personal data processing, please read our Privacy Policy.