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Cookie Policy

This information is provided with reference to the site

What are cookies and what are they used for

A cookie is a small text file that a website visited by the user sends to his terminal (computer, mobile device such as smartphone or tablet) where it is stored before being re-transmitted to that site during a subsequent visit to the site.
Cookies are distinguished from each other on the basis of:
– to the person who installs them on the user’s terminal, depending on whether it is the same operator of the site that the user is visiting (so-called “first-party cookies”) or a different site, which installs cookies through of the first site (so-called “third party cookies”)
– the purpose of each cookie: some cookies allow the website that installed them to remember, for example, the preferences expressed by the user while browsing or making a purchase or authenticating to access restricted areas (so-called “cookies technicians “)
Other cookies allow the site that installed them to monitor the user’s browsing also for the purpose of sending advertising and / or offering services in line with the preferences expressed by the user while surfing the net (so-called “profiling cookies”). Only profiling cookies require the user’s prior consent to use them.
First and third party technical cookies and profiling cookies and / or other first and third party markers are installed through the Sites, as better described in the following tables.

How to express consent to profiling cookies

On the first visit to the Sites, the user can accept all cookies by carrying out one of the following actions:

  • closing the banner by clicking on the X or on “OK” present in the banner itself or
  • by accessing another area of the site or clicking on any element of the page (image or link) outside the banner


  • scrolling the page

On the first visit to the site, if he does not perform any of the actions described in the banner but, from the banner, accesses the extended information, the user can:

  • deny consent to the installation of cookies by clicking on the appropriate link in the following tables at the bottom of the description of each cookie (called “Opt-Out”)
  • on subsequent visits to the sites (provided that the user has previously expressed their preference regarding the use of cookies, as indicated in the previous points), by accessing the extended information through the “cookie policy” link in the footer of each page of the sites and denying consent to cookies by clicking on the appropriate link in the tables that follow at the bottom of the description of each cookie (called “Opt-Out”).

In any case, through the browser settings, the user can

  • manage your cookie preferences directly within your browser, preventing their installation
  • delete from your browser the cookies already installed, including the cookie in which the consent, possibly given by the user, to the installation of cookies by the sites has been saved. The user can find information on how to manage cookies through his browser at the following addresses: google chrome, mozilla firefox, apple safari and microsoft windows explorer

Technical cookies that do not require the prior consent of the User

Technical cookies are used to allow the Sites to function and / or to provide the User with a service or function that the User has expressly requested.
They therefore guarantee the normal navigation and use of the Sites, also allowing the preferences expressed by the User to be saved and thus to optimize their navigation. The Sites use both first and third party technical cookies.
The technical cookies used by the Sites can be divided into the following sub-categories:

  • “user input” cookies: session cookies used to keep track of the data provided by the user by filling in the appropriate online forms (for example the forms present during the purchase process for entering the shipping or billing address) or , as happens in the case of the shopping cart, to remember the items that the user has selected and added to the cart, by clicking on the appropriate button
  • authentication cookies: cookies used to identify the user after logging in and allow him to authenticate and access the content and / or features for which this log-in is necessary (eg: purchase, access to the Personal Area)
  • other functionality cookies: cookies that are used to activate specific features of the Sites and to memorize the choices made by the User regarding the display of the pages of the Sites
  • “Cookie consent”: cookie that documents the User’s consent to the installation of profiling cookies through the completion of one of the actions described in the banner / brief information, recognizes the User at the second access to the site so as not to request the consent to the installation of cookies and has a duration of 12 months.

Other types of cookies or third-party tools that could use them

Some of the services listed below may not require the consent of the User or may be managed directly by the owner – depending on what is described – without the help of third parties.
If among the tools listed below there are services managed by third parties, these could – in addition to what is specified and also without the knowledge of the Owner – perform User tracking activities. For detailed information on this, it is advisable to consult the privacy policies of the services listed.
CRM, ERP, Management –
Backend hosting and infrastructure – ArubaCloud
Buttons and WidGet Social Media – YouTube button and widget
Buttons and Social Media WidGet – Like button and Facebook widget
Email marketing software –
Email marketing software – Integrated on the site
Statistics, Performance – Google Analytics
Statistics, Performance – ShinyStat
Support, Chat, Ticket –

How can I check the installation of Cookies?

In addition to what is indicated in this document, the User can manage preferences relating to Cookies directly from within their browser and prevent – for example – third parties from installing them. Through the browser preferences it is also possible to delete the Cookies installed in the past, including the Cookie in which the consent to the installation of Cookies by this site is eventually saved. It is important to note that by disabling all cookies, the functioning of this site could be compromised. The User can find information on how to manage Cookies in his browser at the following addresses:

In the case of services provided by third parties, the User can also exercise his right to oppose the tracking by inquiring through the privacy policy of the third party, through the opt out link if explicitly provided or by contacting the same directly.
How to Check Cookies on Your Website Manually
Checking cookies used on your website is an important step to comply with the GDPR. This article details how you can manually check for cookies being used on your website, or any website for that matter.
You can check cookies on a website using the developer console of a browser.
Below are the methods by which you can find the cookies being set by a website, using the browsers Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
Please note that to check the cookies used on a specific website or webpage, load the website/page on a private window where there are no other websites loaded before. This is to ensure that there are no cookies set on the browser from any other websites.

For Google Chrome

To check cookies in Chrome, right-click on the website and click on Inspect.

This will open up the Chrome developer console. From the developer console, go to the Applications tab, and then expand the Cookies dropdown under the Storage section.
Under Cookies, you can see the domains from which the cookies are being used on the website.

Click on each domain to see the cookies that come installed by that domain.
Other than the developer console, you can also view cookies in Chrome from the browser address bar. For that, click on the padlock symbol (or the ‘i’ symbol) on the left of the address bar to view the site information and click on cookies.

It will show the cookies on the website in the Allowed tab. If there are any cookies blocked on the browser, it will be shown on the blocked tab.

For Mozilla Firefox

To check cookies in Firefox, load the website you want to check cookies on. Right-click on the website and click on Inspect Element.

This will open up the developer console for Firefox.
From the console, go to the Storage tab, expand the cookies menu to see the domains from which the cookies are being installed. To see which cookies are being set on each domain click on the listed domains. Then on the right side of the console, you will be able to see the cookies that have been set on the website.

The site information option on the top address bar on the browser will also list the source of the tracking cookies and third-party cookies being used on the website although it does not show individual cookies.

To view all the tracking cookies used on the website, make sure to turn off blocking for the website in Firefox.

Data Controller

EsseDiTech di Antonino Isgrò via Auditorium 12 int. 1 – 98042 Pace del Mela (ME)
Mail: [email protected] PEC: [email protected]
P.I. IT03629540836 C.F. SGRNN82E25Z112S
Since the installation of third-party Cookies and other tracking systems through the services used within this Application cannot be technically controlled by the Owner, any specific reference to Cookies and tracking systems installed by third parties is to be considered indicative. To obtain complete information, consult the privacy policy of any third party services listed in this document.

Definitions and legal references

Personal Data (or Data)
Any information relating to a natural person, identified or identifiable, even indirectly, by reference to any other information, including a personal identification number, constitutes personal data. Usage Data
These are personal data collected automatically through the Sites, including: the IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by the User who connects to the Sites, the addresses in URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) ​​notation, the time of request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the numeric code indicating the status of the response from the server (successful, error, etc.) the country of origin, the characteristics of the browser and operating system used by the visitor, the various temporal connotations of the visit (for example the time spent on each page) and the details relating to the itinerary followed within the Sites, with particular reference to the sequence of the pages consulted, to the parameters relating to the system operational and IT environment of the User
The natural person who browses the
Sites Interested
The User to whom the Personal Data refers
Data Processor (or Manager)
The natural person, legal person, public administration and any other body, association or organization appointed by the Data Controller to process Personal Data, as established by this privacy policy.
Data Controller (or Owner)
The natural person, legal person, public administration and any other body, association or organization which is responsible, even jointly with another owner, for decisions regarding the purposes, methods of processing personal data and the tools used, including the profile of the security, in relation to the operation and use of this Application. The Data Controller, unless otherwise specified, is the owner of this Application.
This Application
The hardware or software tool through which the Personal Data of Users are collected.
Small piece of data stored in the User’s device.

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