This “full information disclosure” was drawn up and customised specially for this website in accordance with the requirements of the Ordinance of 8 May 2014 issued by the Italian authority for the protection of personal data. It supplements and amends other information disclosures already on the website and/or issued previously by the company, in conjunction with which it provides all the information required by Article 13 of European Regulation 2016/679, as well as additional provisions of the Italian authority for the protection of personal data.
We hereby inform all third parties that using this information disclosure, or even just parts of it, on other websites in respect of which it would certainly be irrelevant and/or incorrect and/or inconsistent, may result in heavy sanctions by the Italian authority for the protection of personal data.
Subject of the information disclosure
In these website pages, our company uses technologies based on so-called “cookies”, and this information disclosure is intended to show the user how they are used in a clear and precise manner. This document completely cancels and replaces any previous information about cookies provided by the company, which is to be considered wholly outdated.
What cookies are
Cookies are small text strings that websites send to the terminals of visiting users (pc, tablet, smart phone, etc.), where they are stored and later returned to the same websites during subsequent visits.
Type of cookies and their purposes
The following types of cookies are used on this website:
1. Technical cookies: let users quickly browse the website in an optimal manner, and efficiently use the services and/or various options that it offers, for example to make purchases or authenticate access to restricted areas. These cookies are required to improve website usability, but can be disabled.
2. Analysis cookies: these are anonymous collective web analysis tools, which provide information about how users use the website, how they got there, the number of visits and their durations, etc. These cookies make it possible to improve the website by facilitating user access and processing statistics. These cookies are not required for optimal website usability, so they can be disabled.
3. Profiling cookies: these are tools that can create a detailed “profile” of individual consumers for the purpose of sending them targeted advertising. Specifically, every time users enter the website, information is collected by studying their behaviour within the individual pages visited, their habits, tastes, favourite products, etc. This allows our company to “catalogue” the users and show/send them customised advertising. These cookies are not required for browsing the website, so they can be disabled.
4. Third-party cookies: third-party websites install these cookies on user terminals through this website. As they are mainly for the purpose of analysis, third-party cookies are mostly derived from Google Analytics functions. Click the following link for more information about Google Analytics: http://www.google.it/intl/it/analytics.
To disable the cookies and prevent Google Analytics from collecting browsing data, click the following link to download the browser add-in for disabling Google Analytics: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Specifically, you can set so-called “private browsing”, which stops your browser logging the sites visited, any passwords entered, cookies and other information about the pages visited.
Please note that if you decide to disable all cookies (including technical cookies), the quality and speed of the services that this website offers could be significantly degraded, and you could lose access to some areas of the website.
Tips on how to set the browser correctly
Google Chrome: click the “Customize and control Google Chrome” icon at the top right, and then select the “Settings” menu item. Select “Show advanced settings” in the window that opens, and then click the “Content settings” button in the “Privacy” menu, where you can block all or some cookies.
Microsoft Internet Explorer: click the “Tools” icon at the top right, and then select the “Internet options” menu item. Select the “Privacy” menu item in the window that opens, where you can block all or some cookies.
Mozilla Firefox: select “Options” from the drop-down menu at the top left. Select the “Privacy” menu item in the window that opens, where you can block all or some cookies.