Cookies allow information to be collected about how users navigate the Website, remembering their language preferences or the currency used to make a purchase and proposing them again the next time they visit, in order to facilitate use of the Website.
Cookies may be stored permanently on your device and have a variable lifespan (so-called persistent cookies) or may disappear when the browser is closed or have a limited lifespan (so-called session cookies).
Cookies may be installed by the Website you are visiting (so-called first party cookies) or may be installed by other websites (so-called third party cookies).
The Website uses first-party cookies, third-party cookies and other similar technologies, as further described below.
1. Browsing and functionality cookies
The Website uses session and persistent first party session cookies to allow you to browse the website safely and efficiently and to improve the services provided by the Website.
These cookies allow the selected language and country from which you are connecting to be recognized. By recognizing you when you access the Website again, these technical cookies avoid you having to enter your data each time. For example, if you have selected some items for purchase in your shopping bag, and you do not complete the current purchase, you will be able to resume and finalize the purchase next time you visit the Website. Finally, functionality cookies enhance the browsing experience.
This Website uses Google Analytics and Adobe Analytics cookies to collect information on the use of the Website.
Google Analytics settings allow data to be shared with Google in order to use the following services: i) Benchmarking, that is, participation in anonymous data collection that helps you better understand data trends; (ii) Technical support, to allow Google to provide assistance, and (iii) Account experts, to enable Google's marketing experts to make suggestions about how to improve configuration and analysis..
For further details and information, please visit the supplier’s page here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1011397.
By default, the analytical cookies use the entire IP address of website users to provide general geographic data in the reports. It is possible to disable Google Analytics’ cookies using a specific browser plug-in available here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Adobe Analytics cookies do not collect the user’s IP address.
The Wesite uses third party cookies that allow users to interact with social networks (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and in particular to share the Website’s content through the aforesaid social networks.
4. Profiling cookies
The Website uses profiling cookies with which preferences noted during each visit can be recorded, thus creating profiles and sending messages that are more aligned with the user's preferences and interests, for example allowing users to view the products they are looking for or be offered the most similar item more quickly. This Website also allows the use of third-party profiling cookies in order for you to view our offers even when you are visiting other websites (retargeting).
The features of the cookies used on the Website are described in the following table:
- Google Analytics, _gat, _ga, Analytics, Third parties, Session, link
- Adobe Analytics, Analytics, First party, Persistent, link
- button +1, Sharing, Third parties, Persistent, link
- Tweet button, Sharing, Third parties, Persistent, link
- Facebook, Sharing, Third parties, Persistent, link
- __atuvc, Profiling, First party, Persistent, link
- __atuvs, Profiling, First party, Persistent, link
- __cq_seg, Profiling, Third parties, Persistent, link
- __cq_uuid, Profiling, Third parties, Persistent, link
- _ga, Profiling, Third parties, Persistent, link
- _gat_tiq, Profiling, Third parties, Session, link
- aa_cvpmc_n, Profiling, Third parties, Persistent, link
- aa_dslv, Profiling, Third parties, Persistent, link
- aa_dslv_s, Profiling, Third parties, Persistent, link
- aa_newrep, Profiling, Third parties, Persistent, link
- aa_prev_page, Profiling, Third parties, Persistent, link
- adms_channel, Profiling, Third parties, Persistent, link
- AMCV_, 3D740EB2552FD1, AB0A4C98A2%40, AdobeOrg, Profiling, Third parties, Persistent, link
- cqcid, Profiling, First party, Session, link
- dw, Profiling, First party, Session, link
- Dwanonymous, _d54741bd71a5a, 1d3574ad8417046209c, Profiling, First party, Persistent, link
- dwsid, Profiling, First party, Session, link
- gvsC, Profiling, , Session, link
- locale, Profiling, First party, Persistent, link
- megamenu, Profiling, First party, Session, link
- s_cc, Profiling, Third parties, Session, link
- s_dfa, Profiling, Third parties, Persistent, link
- s_ppv, Profiling, Third parties, Session, link
- sid, Profiling, First party, Session, link
- utag_main, Profiling, Third parties, Persistent, link
You can object to cookies being saved on your hard disk by setting your browser to disable cookies. Check here for the instructions provided by the major browsers.
After this operation, however, some web page features may not work correctly.
Data collected using cookies are processed by Moreo Srl., with registered offices in Italy, Montecosaro (Mc), Via Ascoli, 10/12, 62010, telephone +390733/564664 email firstname.lastname@example.org (hereinafter collectively the “Data controllers”).
The Data Controllers have also appointed as data processors to process Personal Data on their behalf. The data will be processed by employees and associates of the Data Controller as data managers and processors. These data may be also processed by trusted companies that perform tasks of a technical and organizational nature on our behalf. These companies are our direct partners and perform the role of data processors. A complete and up-to-date list of the Data Processors appointed by the Data Controllers is available on request by contacting them at the addresses above or sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
6. Your rights
You are entitled to have any data processed unlawfully under the terms of article 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 (which is shown in full at the end of this policy), deleted, made anonymous, copied, updated, rectified, supplemented or blocked.
You will be entitled to object in any case to any processing of your Personal Data that is performed for sales and marketing purposes and to object for legitimate reasons to the processing of your data for other purposes. To exercise your rights, you can send a written request to the Data Controllers or an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Article 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003. Rights of the person concerned1. The person concerned will have the right to obtain confirmation of whether or not personal data concerning him/her exist, even if they have yet to be recorded, and to receive a communication of such data in intelligible form.
2. The person concerned will have the right to be informed of:
a. the source of the personal data;
b. the purposes and methods of the processing;
c. the logic applied to the processing, if the latter is carried out with the help of electronic means;
d. the details of the data controller, data processors and the representative designated as per Section 5, 2;
e. the entities or categories of entities to whom the personal data may be communicated and who may gain knowledge of said data in their capacity as designated representative(s) in the territory of the State, data processor(s) or person(s) in charge of the processing.
3. The person concerned will be entitled:
a. to have the data updated, rectified or, if he/she has an interest in doing so, supplemented;
b. to have the data deleted, made anonymous or blocked if they have been processed unlawfully, including data that do not need to be retained for the purposes for which they were collected or subsequently processed;
c. to a certification stating that the operations as per letters a) and b) have been notified, as also related to their contents, to the entities to whom the data were communicated or disseminated, unless this requirement proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate effort compared with the right that is to be protected.
4. The person concerned will have the right to object, in whole or in part:
a. on legitimate grounds, to the processing of personal data concerning him/her, even though they are relevant to the purpose of the collection;
b. to the processing of personal data concerning him/her, where it is carried out for the purpose of sending advertising materials, direct selling, market research of commercial communication purposes.