Privacy & Cookies

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small piece of data that a website enters on a user’s computer.


What are cookies for?

Web pages do not have a memory. A user who browses from one page to another within a website is not recognized as the same user on each page. Cookies allow the website to recognize a user’s browser. Cookies are therefore mainly used to remember users’ choices (for ex. the spoken language) and to recognize the recurring visitors of a website.


Are all cookies the same?

No, there are various types of cookies, which are used according to the need. Cookies differ in terms of function, duration and origin.


How does use cookies? uses:


  • Technical cookies, which allow you to view, make it work correctly, create your account, log in and manage your purchases and your activities. Technical cookies are essential for to work properly.


  • Analytical cookies, to better understand how our users use The data we obtain include the web pages visited, the exit and entry pages, the type of platform, information on date and time, and data such as the number of clicks with the mouse on a particular page, the movements of the mouse, the scrolling and words searched for and text inserted while using This information is anonymous, and used exclusively for statistical purposes.


  • Commercial cookies, to show you the advertisements on and also on other websites (retargeting activities), based on previous visits you made to the site These cookies are usually entered by trusted third parties (ie.. Google, Yahoo, etc …).


How long do the cookies remain active? uses cookies of varying duration. The maximum duration, involving only some of our cookies, is equal to 180 days. All cookies can be deleted from the browser at the user’s request, at any time.


How can I recognize the cookies of

You can find cookies in your browser settings.

Does ever use third party cookies?

Yes. uses the services of fully trusted and recognized online advertising and marketing companies. To provide their services, these companies need to insert cookies.


The suppliers we use are committed to creating informed consumers and establishing practices and standards for responsible business and data management. Most of these companies are members of the NAI (Network Advertising Initiative). NAI members adhere to industry standards and codes of conduct. Visit to identify NAI members who have placed advertising cookies on your computer. To take advantage of the opt-out function from the behavioural advertising program of an NAI member, check the box corresponding to the company you wish to exclude.


Who has access to data derived from the cookies of
Only can access the data deriving from the cookies of
From time to time may use third parties providing services for market analysis and quality checks. Data derived from cookies entered by third parties may be accessible to such third parties, who will keep them strictly anonymous and will treat them in full compliance with the security measures provided by the privacy notice published on


Does check my online behaviour?

No: only analyses the behaviour of users for statistical purposes within the website. You may receive advertising material from on different websites (retargeting), depending on your behaviour on the website. This information is anonymous. Outside of, we do not follow the movements of our users.


How can I change my cookie preferences?

From your browser settings (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome etc …) you can determine which cookies you want to receive and which not. To find out where you can find the above settings, use the “Help” button on your browser. ”


Please note that some cookies, if rejected, may prevent the proper functioning of our website. Note also that using the opt-out function from an advertising network does not mean that you will no longer receive, or that you will no longer be subject to market analysis and online advertising. It only means that the network you are excluding will no longer send you advertisements that are shaped by your preferences and online behaviour.