What are Cookies
Cookies are small text files that a website installs, through the browser, inside the computer.
They can have different purposes and can be divided into several types, on the whole they serve to save the
user preferences and improve the browsing experience.
Certain types of cookies are strictly necessary for the site to function properly.
This type of cookie is installed directly from this website and is necessary to correct it
The installation of these cookies does not require your consent and they are strictly needed to:
- manage user sessions (for example memorize the successful authentication to reserved areas, in order not to have to request all the times authentication data);
- manage and store, even temporarily, the user's preferences (for example the language, the shopping cart and all those preferences that have a transversal impact on the website, or that can be reused later).
They are used for market analysis or commercial purposes, therefor not strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the website. This site does not use this type of cookies.
Third Party Cookies
The cookies belonging to parties are cookies, technical or profiling, from third-party sites, which you register
some features used on this website.
As required by current legislation, the following is a link to information on the websites of the parts declarations:
Methods and storage times
Cookies are stored for the time specified depending on the type indicated above, and in any case until the right of opposition is not expressly exercised by the interested party or the specific consent is revoked.
The data controller is the company Marchini S.r.l. with registered office in Via Benozzo Gozzoli, 8 - 50018 - Scandicci (FI).
Deselection and activation of Cookies
By accessing the site and passing the initial banner containing the brief information, the user has given his consent
regarding the use of technical cookies expressly indicated in this document.
The selection / de-selection of individual cookies can be made freely through your browser.
Furthermore, you can activate the "Do Not Track" option present in most of the last generation browsers, which determines the suspension of the collection of information about the user who is visiting the web pages.
Finally, cookies can be avoided by activating the "anonymous browsing" mode: using this function you can browse without leaving a trace in the navigation data browser. The sites will not remember the user, the pages visited will not be stored in the history and the new cookies will be deleted. The anonymous browsing function does not guarantee, however, anonymity on the internet, because it only serves to not keep the data of browsing in the browser, while browsing data will continue to remain available to website managers and to connectivity provider.
A useful tool to check which cookies are installed on your computer (and block them, revoking the consent given) can be found at the following address: