Cookie Policy

The aim of this cookie policy is to explain the types of cookies used on the website and how they are used, as well as to provide information on how to reject or delete these cookies if the user so chooses.

BadDevices's website use or may use one or more of the types of cookies listed below: 

“session” cookies are temporarily stored on the user’s computer to allow the transmission of the necessary session identifiers in order to ensure safe and efficient browsing on the website; they are deleted at the end of the “session” (hence the name), when the browser is closed.
“persistent cookies” remain stored on the computer’s hard drive until their expiration date or deletion by the user/visitor.

Users can set their browsers to accept/reject all cookies, or to prompt them each time a cookie is offered so that they can decide whether to accept it or not. 

These two types of cookies (session and persistent) can be subdivided even further:
they are considered “first-party” cookies when they are set directly by the owner and/or manager of the website
they are considered “third-party” cookies when they are created and set by sources other than the website the user has visited.


Cookie functionality, as well as options for restricting or blocking cookies, can be managed by changing the settings of the user’s web browser.
In order to delete cookies from the web browser on a smartphone or tablet, users must refer to the device’s instruction manual.

The table below shows  cookies used on the BadDevices S.r.l. website.

As described in part a) above, cookie types are not limited to just session cookies and persistent cookies. There are also third-party cookies, which fall under the exclusive responsibility of the organization that created them. They can be divided into the following macro categories:

Analytics. These cookies are used to gather and analyze statistical information on logins/visits to the site.
Widgets. This category encompasses all those components that make up a program’s graphical user interface, with the aim of helping the user interact with the program itself.

Supplier Type Primary use
BadDevices first-party Session
Google third-party Analytics
Twitter third-party Analytics
Facebook third-party Analytics

Updated on 03 may 2015