Privacy & Cookie Policy

Data Protection Policy and Cookie Policy

Data protection policy

This site complies with the obligations resulting from EU and national legislation on data protection (European Data Protection Regulation No. 679/2016 and Italian Legislative Decree 101/2018) as well as subsequent amendments and additions.

The owner of the site in compliance with the recommendations of the Data Protection Authority on the adaptation of the GDPR places great importance on the privacy of visitors and users in order not to infringe the rights of visitors/users who browse this site

The intent of this data protection policy is to provide transparency and understandable information relating to the information collected on the site and its use.

This policy applies exclusively to the online functionality of the site and is valid for visitors/users of the site. The policy does not apply to all information collected outside the network where this website is present.

Legal basis of the processing

Since the entry into force of the GDPR (25 May 2018), the website collects and processes some data on the basis of the interests of the data controller.

The current site processes the data acquired on the basis of the optional consent expressed by visitors/users: the approval of the consent is only in the manner and purpose described in the next paragraph.

The visitor/surfer can deny consent to the provision and collection of data and can revoke at any time a consent previously provided by writing to the address

The refusal of consent, through the appropriate refusal button on the cookie banner, or through a withdrawal of consent via email could result in the prohibition of access to some services and compromise the browsing experience of this site.

Data collected and purposes

Data acquired from system and security logs

This site, during user visits, automatically acquires information through system logs and security logs.

The collected information could include:

  • time and date of the visit;
  • IP address and name of the provider of origin;
  • records of errors and problems.

All this data, collected in aggregate form, are used only to support diagnostics for security purposes. Example: In the event of an attack, the logs are monitored to block unauthorised access and to prevent malicious activity.

Access to this data is only at the server administration level and are never used for the identification or profiling of the user/visitor but only acquired for the protection and security of this site. They could be used only in the event of a crime, and only at the request of the judicial authority in the cases provided for by law.

The LOG data collected by this site is processed at the headquarters of the Data Controller and at the web hosting data centre.

Domain and Web Hosting:

The domain manager is Aruba Spa with registered office in Via San Clemente, 53 – 24036 Ponte San Pietro (BG).

The Web Hosting service provider is Register Spa with registered office in Viale Giovine Italia, 27 – 50122 Firenze and processes the data at the request of the data controller and acts in compliance with European regulations.

The data used for security purposes are kept for 7 days.

Cookie Policy

This site uses cookies, small files that are stored on the user’s computer that acquire and store information on the user’s preferences during their visits in order to:

  • improve the functionality of this site;
  • simplify navigation of the site by using automated procedures (e.g., login, site language settings, etc.);
  • analyse the way the site is being navigated to improve its usability and the user experience.

Session cookies differentiate between users and prevent the functionality requested by one visitor from being used by another visitor, and are also necessary for security purposes, to help neutralise any attempted cyber attacks on the site. 

The session cookies used on this site do not store personal data and they last only as long as the browsing session. Closing the browser deletes the session cookies. These cookies do not require consent.

The functionality cookies used by this site are essential for the use of the site and are associated with features specifically requested by the visitor (for example, login into a password-protected area, or for the acceptance of the cookie consent banner). These cookies do not require consent.

Disabling Cookies

If the user declines to accept the banner that appears when they first visit the site, cookies are blocked.

However, cookies are specific to the browser being used. The management of these cookies, as well as the deletion of cookies that have previously been allowed, can be done in the browser settings.

You can learn how to disable cookies at the following sites:

Mozilla FirefoxMicrosoft Internet ExplorerMicrosoft EdgeGoogle ChromeOperaApple Safari

Third-party cookies

This site plays the role of intermediary with regard to third-party cookies and has no control over these cookies. These cookies are used:

  • to gather statistical information on the use of the site (Google Analytics).
  • to record and report on user activity on the site after they view or click on one of the site’s advertisements, to measure the effectiveness of a particular advertisement, and to enable targeted advertising to be presented to the user.

Google Analytics data

Google Analytics data is acquired by means of a code inserted into the site where the anonymisation of IP addresses is preset.

These anonymous data (for example: the number of visits, a list of the most visited pages, the average watch time) are collected in aggregate form through an administration panel and are used by site analysts, at the explicit request of the owner, to study any new features added to the site and to improve navigability and the overall user experience.

The data is stored on Google’s servers in the United States for a period of 26 months.

Cookie Usage on Websites

Information on the use, purposes, and how to deactivate these cookies is provided by third parties and can be found at the following links:

Google Analytics (link)

Google ADS – (link)

Information on the purposes of the data processing:

Google ADS cookie

Google ADS cookies are used to display ads that may be of interest to users, to improve advertising campaign performance, and to prevent a user from seeing the same ads multiple times. Google uses an ID cookie to record which ads are published on which browser and prevents them from being displayed several times. Google ADS cookies also record “conversions”, which refer to certain specific actions the user carries out after clicking on a specific advertisement. However, according to Google, Google ADS cookies do not store information relating to natural persons.

Based on the marketing tools used, your browser automatically creates a direct connection to the Google server.

Please be aware that we have no control over the extent to which Google collects and uses of the data acquired through these tools. We can only state what we currently know i.e., that through the integration of Google ADS, Google is aware that you have visited the corresponding part of our website, or that you have clicked on one of our advertisements. If you are registered on a Google service, the latter can associate the visit with your account. Even if you are not registered on Google or have not logged in, there is still the possibility that the provider can obtain and save your IP address.

You can prevent this tracking process in several ways:

  1. through a specific setting of your browser, blocking third-party cookies. This means, in particular, that you will not receive advertisements from third-party suppliers.
  2. by disabling cookies for conversion tracking, setting your browser to block cookies from the domain, and, keeping in mind that this setting will be deleted if you delete your cookies.
  3. by disabling the ads from suppliers that are members of the self-regulation campaign “About Ads” at, keeping in mind that this setting will be deleted if you delete your cookies.
  4. through permanent deactivation in Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Google Chrome browsers. Details on how to do this are available at

More information on data protection in general is provided by Google at: Alternatively, you can visit the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) website at Google adheres to the EU-US Privacy Shield,

However, please be aware that by changing these settings you may not be able to make full use of all the functions available.

The legal basis for the processing your data is Art. 6, Paragraph 1f of the GDPR.

Transfer of data to non-EU Countries

Through Google Analytics, Google ADS, and social plugins, this site may share some of the data outside the European Union area. The transfer of data is permitted on the basis of specific Standard Contractual Clauses.

Security measures

The processing of data acquired by users of this site is managed in accordance with the law, adopting all appropriate measures to:

  • increase security;
  • prevent unauthorised access;
  • prevent the unauthorised disclosure of data.

The processing is carried out using computer equipment, based on rational and organisational methodology strictly related to the purposes described above. In addition to the owner, as in the case of Google Analytics, data access is delegated to technical consultants involved in the site’s management.

Other parties involved, who are always appointed by the data controller company, can be external suppliers such as third-party technical service providers, hosting providers, IT companies, and web marketing agencies.

User Rights

Pursuant to European Regulation 679/2016 (GDPR), and according to the methods and within the limits established by current legislation, the surfer/user can exercise the following rights:

  • the right of withdrawal, updating, rectification, integration, and erasure of data;
  • the right to request confirmation of the existence of their personal data;
  • the right to request a copy of their personal data in a readable format;
  • the right to information regarding the methods and purposes of data processing;
  • the right to request that their data is converted into an anonymised form;
  • and the right to file a complaint with the supervisory authority, Garante Privacy (link to the Data Protection Authority page).

Requests should be sent to the Data Controller using the contact form on the site..

Data Controller

Pursuant to the laws in force, the data controller is:


Registered Office: Via Industriale traversa Prima n.2- 25060 Cellatica (Bs)- Italy

E-mail address


Update of Data Protection policy and cookie policy

This document is updated as of 09.12.2021.


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