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This do­cu­ment con­tains in­for­ma­tion about the tech­no­lo­gies that al­low this Web­si­te to achie­ve the pur­po­ses de­scri­bed be­low. The­se tech­no­lo­gies al­low the Ow­ner to col­lect and sa­ve in­for­ma­tion (for exam­ple th­rou­gh the use of Coo­kies) or to use re­sour­ces (for exam­ple by run­ning a script) on the Use­r’s de­vi­ce, when the lat­ter in­te­rac­ts with this Ap­pli­ca­tion.

For sim­pli­ci­ty, in this do­cu­ment, the­se tech­no­lo­gies are brie­fly de­fi­ned as “Trac­king Tools”, un­less the­re is rea­son to dif­fe­ren­tia­te.

For exam­ple, al­thou­gh Coo­kies can be used in both web and mo­bi­le bro­w­sers, it would be ina­pro­pria­te to speak of Coo­kies in the con­text of ap­pli­ca­tions for mo­bi­le de­vi­ces, sin­ce they are Trac­king Tools that re­qui­re the pre­sen­ce of a bro­w­ser. For this rea­son, wi­thin this do­cu­ment the term Coo­kie is used on­ly to spe­ci­fi­cal­ly in­di­ca­te that par­ti­cu­lar ty­pe of Trac­king Tool.

So­me of the pur­po­ses for which Trac­king Tools are used may, in ad­di­tion, re­qui­re the Use­r’s con­sent. If con­sent is gi­ven, it can be free­ly re­vo­ked at any ti­me by fol­lo­wing the in­struc­tions con­tai­ned in this do­cu­ment.

This Web­si­te uses Trac­king Tools ma­na­ged di­rec­tly by the Ow­ner (com­mon­ly cal­led “fir­st par­ty” Trac­king Tools) on­ly.

Du­ra­tion and ex­pi­ra­tion of fir­st par­ty Coo­kies and other si­mi­lar Trac­king Tools may va­ry de­pen­ding on what is set by the Ow­ner. So­me of them ex­pi­re at the end of the Use­r’s bro­w­sing ses­sion.

Activities strictly necessary to ensure the functioning of this Application and the provision of the Service

This Ap­pli­ca­tion uses Coo­kies com­mon­ly cal­led “tech­ni­cal” or other si­mi­lar Trac­king Tools to car­ry out ac­ti­vi­ties stric­tly ne­ces­sa­ry to en­su­re the func­tio­ning or pro­vi­sion of the Ser­vi­ce.

How to manage preferences and give or withdraw consent

The­re are va­rious ways to ma­na­ge pre­fe­ren­ces re­la­ted to Trac­king Tools and to gi­ve or wi­th­draw con­sent, whe­re ne­ces­sa­ry.

Users can ma­na­ge pre­fe­ren­ces re­la­ted to Trac­king Tools di­rec­tly th­rou­gh the set­tings of their de­vi­ces — for exam­ple, they can pre­vent the use or sto­ra­ge of Trac­king Tools.

In ad­di­tion, whe­ne­ver the use of Trac­king Tools de­pends on con­sent, the User can gi­ve or wi­th­draw this con­sent by set­ting their pre­fe­ren­ces in the coo­kie po­li­cy or by up­da­ting the­se pre­fe­ren­ces via the pri­va­cy wid­get for con­sent set­tings, if any.

Thanks to spe­ci­fic bro­w­ser or de­vi­ce func­tions, it is al­so pos­si­ble to re­mo­ve pre­viou­sly sa­ved Trac­king Tools, in­clu­ding tho­se used to sa­ve set­tings con­cer­ning the con­sent ori­gi­nal­ly gi­ven by the User.

Other Trac­king Tools pre­sent in bro­w­ser lo­cal me­mo­ry can be re­mo­ved by de­le­ting the bro­w­sing hi­sto­ry.

How to find the settings related to the Tracking Tools 

Users can, for exam­ple, find in­for­ma­tion on how to ma­na­ge coo­kies in so­me of the mo­st po­pu­lar bro­w­sers at the fol­lo­wing ad­dres­ses:

Fur­ther­mo­re Users can ma­na­ge so­me Trac­king Tools for mo­bi­le ap­pli­ca­tions by di­sa­bling them th­rou­gh the spe­ci­fic de­vi­ce set­tings, such as ad­ver­ti­sing set­tings for mo­bi­le de­vi­ces or ene­ral trac­king set­tings (Users can con­sult de­vi­ce set­tings to iden­ti­fy the ap­pli­ca­ble one).

Consequences of denial to the use of Tracking Tools

Users can free­ly de­ci­de, if they will al­low or de­ny the use of Trac­king Tools. Ho­we­ver, they should be in­for­med that Trac­king Tools al­low this Ap­pli­ca­tion to gi­ve to the Users a bet­ter ex­pe­rien­ce and ad­van­ced func­tions (in ac­cor­dan­ce with the pur­po­ses de­fi­ned in this do­cu­ment). The­re­fo­re, if Users de­ci­de to block use of Trac­king Tools, the Ow­ner might be una­ble to sup­ply them with re­la­ted func­tions.

Data Controller

La Col­li­na del­le Iris di Ele­na Pe­rel­li
Re­gio­ne Sab­bio­ne, 1
14027 Mo­ran­sen­go-To­nen­go (AT) – Ita­ly

Email ad­dress of the Ow­ner:

Con­si­de­ring the ob­jec­ti­ve com­ple­xi­ty of iden­ti­fy­ing trac­king tech­no­lo­gies, Users are in­vi­ted to con­tact the Ow­ner, if they wish to re­cei­ve fur­ther in­for­ma­tion re­gar­ding the use of the­se tech­no­lo­gies on this Ap­pli­ca­tion.

Definitions and legal references

Personal Data (or Data)

Any in­for­ma­tion that di­rec­tly, in­di­rec­tly, or in con­nec­tion with other in­for­ma­tion — in­clu­ding a per­so­nal iden­ti­fi­ca­tion num­ber – al­lo­ws for the iden­ti­fi­ca­tion or iden­ti­fia­bi­li­ty of a na­tu­ral per­son.

Usage Data

In­for­ma­tion col­lec­ted au­to­ma­ti­cal­ly th­rou­gh this Ap­pli­ca­tion (or third-par­ty ser­vi­ces em­ployed in this Ap­pli­ca­tion), which can in­clu­de: the IP ad­dres­ses or do­main na­mes of the com­pu­ters uti­li­zed by the Users who use this Ap­pli­ca­tion, the URI ad­dres­sed (Uni­form Re­sour­ce Iden­ti­fier), the ti­me of the re­que­st, the me­thod uti­li­zed to sub­mit the re­que­st to the ser­ver, the si­ze of the fi­le re­cei­ved in re­spon­se, the nu­me­ri­cal co­de in­di­ca­ting the sta­tus of the ser­ver re­spon­se (suc­ces­sful out­co­me, er­ror, etc.), the coun­try of ori­gin, the fea­tu­res of the bro­w­ser and the ope­ra­ting sy­stem uti­li­zed by the User, the va­rious ti­me de­tails per vi­sit (e.g. the ti­me spent on each pa­ge wi­thin the Ap­pli­ca­tion), and the de­tails about the path fol­lo­wed wi­thin the Ap­pli­ca­tion with spe­cial re­fe­ren­ce to se­quen­ce of pa­ges vi­si­ted, and other pa­ra­me­ters about User’s de­vi­ce ope­ra­ting sy­stem and/or IT en­vi­ron­ment.


The in­di­vi­dual using this Ap­pli­ca­tion, who — un­less other­wi­se spe­ci­fied – coin­ci­des with the Da­ta Su­b­ject.

Data Subject

The na­tu­ral per­son, to whom the Per­so­nal Da­ta re­fers.

Data Processor (or Processor)

The na­tu­ral or le­gal per­son, pu­blic au­tho­ri­ty, agen­cy, or other bo­dy, which pro­ces­ses Per­so­nal Da­ta on be­half of the Con­trol­ler, as de­scri­bed in the Pri­va­cy Po­li­cy.

Data Controller (or Owner)

The na­tu­ral or le­gal per­son, pu­blic au­tho­ri­ty, agen­cy or other bo­dy which, alo­ne or join­tly with others, de­ter­mi­nes the pur­po­ses and means of the pro­ces­sing of Per­so­nal Da­ta, and em­ployed in­stru­men­ts, in­clu­ding the se­cu­ri­ty mea­su­res con­cer­ning the ope­ra­tion and use of this Ap­pli­ca­tion. Un­less other­wi­se spe­ci­fied, the Da­ta Con­trol­ler is the Ow­ner of this Ap­pli­ca­tion.

This Application

The hard­ware or soft­ware means, by which the Per­so­nal Da­ta of the User are col­lec­ted and pro­ces­sed.


The Ser­vi­ce pro­vi­ded by this Ap­pli­ca­tion as de­scri­bed in the re­la­ti­ve terms (if avai­la­ble) on this site/application.

European Union (or EU)

Un­less other­wi­se spe­ci­fied, all re­fe­ren­ces ma­de wi­thin this do­cu­ment to the Eu­ro­pean Union in­clu­de all cur­rent mem­ber sta­tes of the Eu­ro­pean Union and the Eu­ro­pean Eco­no­mic Area.


Coo­kies are Trac­king Tools, which con­si­st of small pie­ces of da­ta sto­red in the Use­r’s bro­w­ser.

Tracking Tools

Trac­king Tools mean any tech­no­lo­gy — eg. Coo­kies, uni­que iden­ti­fiers, web bea­cons, in­te­gra­ted scrip­ts, e‑tags and fin­ger­prin­ting – al­lo­wing Users to be trac­ked, for exam­ple by col­lec­ting or sa­ving in­for­ma­tion on Use­r’s de­vi­ce.

Legal references

This coo­kie po­li­cy re­la­tes so­le­ly to this Ap­pli­ca­tion, if not sta­ted other­wi­se wi­thin this do­cu­ment.

La­te­st up­da­te: Ja­nua­ry 19th, 2024