Cookies

When you visit our Sites, the Controller receives and stores information coming from your browser, which may also include personal data. We use cookies to collect information which may include: (i) the IP address; (ii) a unique cookie identifier; information on the cookies and information on whether the device you are using has software giving access to specific functions; (iii) a unique device identifier and type of device; (iv) domain, type of browser and language used, (v) operating system and system settings; (vi) country and time zone; (vii) websites visited previously; (viii) information on your interaction with our Sites, such links clicked, items purchased, if any, and preferences specified, and (ix) access time and reference URL.

Third parties can also collect information form the Sites by means of cookies. Third parties collect the data directly from your browser and in this case the processing and use of your data is governed by their respective privacy policies.

We use cookies to monitor the way customers use our Sites and to learn about their preferences (e.g., country and language choices): This enables us to supply services to our customers and improve their online experience. Moreover we use cookies to obtain aggregate data on traffic and interactions with the Sites; to identify current trends and obtain statistical data to further improve our Sites. The cookies used by our Sites may be grouped into three basic categories:

Functional cookies: the cookies in this group are necessary to the basic functions of the Site and therefore remain enabled at all times. This type includes the cookies that remember a user throughout his/her visit to the site, or, if required, from one session to another. These cookies help deal with security problems and ensure conformity with the regulations.

Performance cookies: these cookies make it possible to improve the functioning of our Sites by monitoring the way they are used. In some cases, these cookies improve request processing speed and make it possible to memorise a user’s preferences for the Site selected. Refusing to accept these cookies may result in generic indications and may slow down the utilisation of the Site.

Social media and advertising cookies: social media cookies enable you to connect to the social networks and share the contents of our Sites through the social media. Advertising (third party) cookies collect information to adapt the ads to your interest, both on our Sites and on other websites. In some instances, these cookies entail the processing of personal data. Refusing to accept these cookies may result in viewing ads of no interest to you or the impossibility of connecting efficiently with the social network and/or share contents on the social media.

For a complete and up-to-date overview of all the third parties that access your browser, it is advisable to install a specially designed web browser plug-in. You may also opt for having your computer send you a warning whenever a cookie is sent, or you can choose to disable all the cookies. This is done via the settings of each individual browser or device used. Each browser is different to some extent, and you will have to look up the browser menu to determine the proper way to change the settings of the cookies. Disabling the cookies may prevent access to many functions that make our Sites efficient, and you may not be able to use certain services, or use them properly.

QUESTIONS AND FEEDBACK  

We welcome questions, comments and doubts about our Policy. If you wish to supply feedback or have any question, or want to exercise your rights in the matter of personal data, please contact the persons specified in the Data Controller section.