Cookies policy, S.R.L. wishes to advise you that our website uses cookies to facilitate navigation and ensure the best experience possible. Should you wish to disable cookies on your browser settings, some site options may be blocked or disabled.

By clicking “continue” or “OK” below, you are accepting the cookie-usage policy on, S.R.L.

This policy relates only to, and not to any other sites linked to the same.

Policy Period

This policy shall be effective from January 1, 2016 until the next update.

Introduction, S.R.L. aims to offer an exemplary service, and therefore it is incumbent on us to act within the bounds of the law; therefore, we are required by law to provide subscribers some information regarding cookies. This policy provides some guidance on what cookies are, the types installed on subscribers’ computers or other devices when they visit one of our sites, and the purposes for the cookies themselves.

Definition of “Cookies”

A cookie is a small text file saved by an online business into its visitors’ computer terminal or other device. Cookies may gather information about visitors’ navigation path on the above-mentioned site, by tracking their computer or device’s activity with regards to the site., S.R.L. mainly uses cookies to manage the site and for gather data to help improve the services it offers its visitors. It is not possible for us to individually identify visitors using the cookies generated.

Personal Information

This cookie-usages policy does not address how subscribers’ personal information is used, which instead may be found at

When you visit, the following four types of cookies may be placed on your computer terminal or other devices: proprietary (first-party) cookies; third-party cookies; session cookies; and persistent cookies.

Proprietary (First-Party) Cookies:

Proprietary (first-party) cookies are cookies saved directly to the computer terminal or other device. They may include cookies such as session or persistent cookies (described below). We use proprietary (first-party) cookies to track visitors’ navigation behavior during their visit to our site from their terminal or other device. We do so for reasons including marketing and analysis.

Third-Party Cookies

Third-party cookies are those that our business partners place on a visitor’s computer terminal or other device. These, too, may include session and persistent cookies (described below). Our business partners use third-party cookies, for example, to identify the user, so that they can provide the visitor with advertising, banners, or promotions they feel are more targeted to the visitor’s interests, based on previous internet activity on the same computer terminal or device.

We use a range of vendors who may in turn use cookies to ensure the proper functioning of services we provide to you. If you wish to have more information regarding third-party cookies, and how to disable them, please follow the links in the tables below.

Furthermore, by visiting you can find out more about behavioral advertising as well as to disable or enable the businesses listed who work with website managers to gather and use information for targeted advertising. These cookies (third-party web services) provide anonymous/aggregate data on how visitors navigate the site. Please find below the links to the relevant cookie-usage policy pages.




To learn more:


Google Analytics: statistical system

analytical cookies


counting conversion AdWords campaigns

conversion cookies

Third-party advertising cookies are used to send personalized ads and content, based on the navigation history from the site itself. You can disable these types of profiling cookies by following the links below.




To learn more:


Google AdWords: advertising service

advertising cookies


Customer Audience, Adv Campaign

retargeting cookies

Please note: it is important to keep in mind that disabling profiling cookies does not mean that you will no longer see advertising while navigating the site; rather, the advertising you will continue to see will no longer be based on your interests and consequently may be less compelling.

Session Cookies

The time intervening between the moment in which you open your web browser, and the moment you close it, is called a navigation session. Session cookies are those stored on a visitor’s computer terminal or other device over the course of a navigation session, but which then expire and are cleared. We and our business partners use session cookies for a variety of reasons, including to track how our sites are used over the course of a single browsing session, and to assist our visitors in using our sites more effectively. For example, session cookies are used to remind us that the visitor’s computer terminal or other device is connected to one of our sites.

Persistent Cookies

Persistent cookies are those stored in a visitor’s computer terminal or other device over the course of a navigation session, but which then remain on the terminal or other device following that session. Persistent cookies allow our sites to recognize the visitor’s terminal or other device when it is used to access one of our sites again, after the end of a browsing session, and at the beginning of a new one – basically to help the visitor quickly reconnect to our site. We and our business partners use persistent cookies stored in the user’s computer or other device for analytical purposes. Persistent cookies remain active for a defined period of time.

Generally, persistent cookies saved on the user’s terminal or other device when he/she visits one of our sites remain active for somewhere between one (1) day and five (5) years.

Cookie Purposes

To better understand how cookies are used on our site, we have created a table, which you will find below and which lists the various types of cookies stored on a user’s computer terminal or other device when he/she visits our webpages, as well as the purpose for the cookies themselves. This is not an exhaustive list: it is meant to illustrate the main purposes for the different types of cookies present on our pages.

Cookies: Rights and Options

The user has a range of options for managing cookies. The settings the user chooses may considerably limit his/her use and enjoyment of our website, and in fact may make it impossible to use the site at all. The user may express and modify his/her cookie-usage preferences at any moment, as described below.

Browser/Configuration Options

The user can set up his/her browser so that cookies may be placed on their computer terminal or other device; on the other hand, the user can clear all cookies systematically or based on the issuer. Furthermore, the user can configure his/her browser so that he/she is prompted to accept or block cookies each time one is about to be placed on the user’s computer terminal or other device.

Accepting cookies

Whether a cookie is placed on a device is entirely up to the Device user, who may choose to modify their selection free of charge at any moment via their browser’s internet settings. If the user has accepted the placement of cookies on his/her device, the cookies embedded into viewed pages or contents may be temporarily stored on a reserved space on the Device. There, they may only be read by the issuer.

Blocking cookies

If the user blocks cookies on his/her device, or if he/she clears all stored cookies, a certain number of necessary elements for site navigation will be unavailable, (e.g., where a user attempts to access any content or service that requires user identification, or where we or our providers be unable to recognize, in terms of technical compatibility, the type of browser in use on the Device, the language or appearance settings, or the country where the user appears to be connection to the internet). In such cases, we cannot be held responsible for the limited access to our services due to our inability to memorize and consult the cookies necessary for their proper use because these have been blocked or cleared by the user.

How do I manage cookies?

You can manage cookies by changing your browser’s Internet settings. You can elect to accept all, some, or no cookies. Should the user decide to block all cookies (even essential ones) it may be impossible to access some areas of the website or to use the services offered thereon.

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For specific information on cookies and how to manage them, you can visit the English-language website

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