Privacy & Cookies

Privacy policy

The website www.1806.agency collects some personal data of its users.

Owner of the data processing:

1806 srl, via Cesare Ajraghi, 30 – 20156 – Milan – Italy

Should other personal data be collected through the site, specific sections will be included in this privacy policy or summary information will be provided on the processing of the data displayed on the site at the same time the data is collected.
The personal data collected by the site may be those entered voluntarily by the user (e.g. through the “Contacts” form), or collected automatically during the use of the site (e.g. usage data).
The possible use of cookies or other tracking tools by the site or by the owners of the third party services used by the site, unless otherwise specified, is aimed at providing the user with the technical service requested, identifying the user or recording the relevant preferences.
Failure by the user to provide certain personal data may prevent the site from functioning correctly or providing the services requested.

The user is responsible for any personal data of third parties published or shared by the user through the site and guarantees to have the right to communicate or disseminate them, freeing the owner from any liability towards such subjects.

Cookie policy

Cookies are small text files that are used to store information on a user’s browser. Cookies are stored for multiple purposes, like providing security, maintaining user sessions, track user behavior on the website for site analytics and targeted marketing, etc.

When a website uses certain third-party services, for example, for advertising purposes, they also set cookies on the website. These cookies are usually set by scripts provided by these third parties for enabling their services on the website.

Common types of cookies are:

First-party cookies –These are placed on the user’s device directly by the website.

Third-party cookies – These are placed by a third-party, and they are commonly used for advertising and analytics.

Session cookies – This type of cookies expires once the user’s session on a website expires.

Persistent cookies – This type of cookies remain in the user’s system unless they delete it, or the site does. They usually have expiration dates coded in.

Strictly necessary cookies – They are often mandatory for a website to function smoothly. This type of cookies is essential for the users to use certain features of a website, such as remembering past activity in the site or holding items in the shopping cart.