Cookie Policy


This policy has been prepared to enable users to make informed choices based on clear and relevant information regarding the use of cookies by this website.

The policy uses the term ‘cookies’ to refer to cookies and similar technologies contemplated by law (such as, for example, Local Shared Objects – commonly referred to as “flash cookies,” web beacons, or bugs, including transparent clear gifs). The information collected concerns data that could allow the identification of users/visitors through association and processing with data held by third parties (such as, for example, IP address numbers, domain names of computers used by people connecting to the website). This data is used only for statistical purposes.

This document is an integral and substantial part of the Privacy Policy and the information contained therein, also released pursuant to art. 13 of EU Regulation no. 2016/679 (GDPR). Therefore, we invite you to read this document, which is accessible at the following link:

Applicable Law

This matter is governed by European Directive 2002/58 /EC – subsequently amended by Directive 2009/136 /EC and transposed into the national legislation of the European Union Member States – which requires, under certain circumstances, obtaining consent for the installation of cookies and similar technologies.

What Is a Cookie

A cookie is a small text file, typically consisting of letters and numbers, that is downloaded to a device when a user accesses a website. Cookies are then sent back to the originating site on each subsequent visit. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognize a user’s device.

The use of cookies and similar technologies has long been a standard practice because cookies are essential in providing many online services. The use of these technologies is not prohibited by law but requires that users be informed about cookies and given the option to accept or reject them.

Types of Cookies

Cookies can expire at the end of a browser session (i.e., from when a user opens the browser window to when they exit the browser), or they can be stored for longer.

Session Cookies – These cookies allow websites to link a user’s actions during a browser session. They can be used for various purposes, such as remembering what a user has put in their shopping cart while browsing the site. They may also be used for security when a user logs into online banking or to facilitate the use of webmail. These session cookies expire after a browser session.

The use of so-called session cookies (which, in any case, are not stored persistently on the user’s device and are automatically deleted as soon as the browser is closed) is strictly limited to the purpose of transmitting data (consisting of random numbers generated by the server) that identifies the specific session and is necessary to allow safe and efficient browsing. The so-called session cookies used on this site prevent the use of other potentially prejudicial computer techniques for the confidentiality of users’ network browsing.

Persistent Cookies – These are stored on the user’s device between browser sessions and allow a user’s actions on a site to be remembered. Persistent cookies can be used for various purposes, including remembering user preferences and choices when using a site (or in some cases across different websites).

First-party and Third-party Cookies – Whether a cookie is ‘first-party’ or ‘third-party’ is strictly related to the website or domain that uses that particular cookie. ‘First-party’ cookies, in essence, are cookies set by the same website visited by the user—i.e., the site shown in the URL window. In our case, cookies set by are considered ‘first-party’ cookies. ‘Third-party’ cookies, on the other hand, are cookies set by a different domain from the one visited by the user, which is entirely managed by that user. Consequently, this site has no control over these cookies and does not have access to the information collected by them. Information about the use of these cookies and their purposes, as well as information on how to disable them, is provided directly by third parties.

Data Controller

Attianese S.p.A., as identified in the Privacy Policy, is the data controller for its own cookies, i.e., ‘first-party’ cookies. ‘Third-party’ cookies are the responsibility of the respective companies, as identified in the table contained in this document. You can contact the Data Controller at the email address

Consent for Cookies

Some cookies are strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the site (so-called technical cookies) and do not require user consent, such as those to ensure that the content of a page is loaded quickly and effectively, the distribution of the workload among different computers, or those aimed at ensuring security. Other cookies are still reasonably necessary but are not strictly essential and, therefore, require user consent. This site implements various techniques to obtain user consent: one way is to select the cookies to which you intend to give consent through the checkboxes on the cookie banner displayed on the site’s login page, which highlights the use of cookies. Browser settings represent another means of giving or refusing consent for cookies. Users can configure their browser to be notified of the presence of cookies, allowing them to decide whether to accept or reject cookies. It is also possible to automatically reject all cookies by activating the appropriate option in the browser. Each browser provides instructions on how to do this; for example, here are some links to the online documentation of the main browsers:

The European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA) provides an online advertising privacy manager (Your Online Choices) where you can find information about how behavioral advertising works, more information about cookies, and the steps you can take to protect your privacy on the Internet.

To disable analytical cookies and to prevent Google Analytics from collecting data about your navigation, you can download the browser add-on for deactivating Google Analytics by clicking here:

Remember that limiting the ability of websites to set cookies can worsen the overall browsing experience. For more information on cookies and how to manage your preferences for third-party profiling cookies, please visit To disable analytical cookies and to prevent Google Analytics from collecting data about your navigation, you can download the browser add-on for deactivating Google Analytics by clicking here:

We also inform you that disabling technical cookies may affect the functioning of this website.

Cookie Management

By using the options in this policy, users can block or delete cookies at any time. Users can also change their preferences regarding cookies by following the instructions provided herein.

Changes to This Policy

The Data Controller reserves the right to make changes to this cookie policy. Users are encouraged to review this policy regularly.

Contact Information

If you have any questions about this cookie policy, please contact the Data Controller at the following email address: