Cookie Policy

What Are Cookies

The website uses cookies. Cookies are “small text files including letters and numbers – that are sent to the user’s terminal equipment (usually to the user’s browser) by visited websites; they are stored in the user’s terminal equipment to be then re-transmitted to the websites on the user’s subsequent visits to those websites”. The purpose of cookies is to simplify the analysis of the web traffic or to point out when a specific website or a part of it is visited, to distinguish the users in order to offer them personalized contents, and to help administrators with the improvement of both the website and the users’ browsing experience.

Cookies do not allow the access to other data stored in the users’ device, although cookies will physically be downloaded on the latter. Cookies cannot load any kind of code, transfer virus or malware and do not damage the user’s computer.

Below, you can find detailed information on the cookies installed through this website and all necessary indications on how to manage the related preferences.

The User’s Consent

When accessing for the first time any of the pages included in, users will see a brief information notice on the use of the cookies. Using the appropriate “OK, I accept all” button, the user consents to the use of all the cookies on our site, in the manner described in this Cookies Policy. By pressing the “Deny all” button instead, only the mandatory cookies and the one able to store the choice will be downloaded to the user’s device. To customize their choices, the user can click on “Personalize” and make the individual choices related to cookies.

The website remembers the choice made by users; therefore – after the users have expressed their choice in relation to the consent – the brief information notice shall not be proposed again to them in any further connection from the same device. In any case, users shall always have the possibility to revoke totally or partially the consent they already expressed.

In case of technical problems when providing consent to the use of cookies, please contact us through specific links provided by this website, so that we can provide you the assistance you need.

Which type of cookies we use

The use of cookies by the holder of this website, Comdata S.p.A. with registered office in via Sebastiano Caboto, 20094, Corsico (MI) – is included in the Privacy Policy of the website; for all the information required by the articles 13 of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 please click here.

In order to allow the use of our website and to supply our services, we use both the so-called persistent cookies (i.e. cookies, which remain on the user’s computer/device memory until the user erases them manually or for a pre-defined period of time) and the so-called session cookies, which are not stored on the user’s computer/device forever and disappear when the user closes the browser.

We use different kinds of cookies – with their own specific functions. These cookies can be classified as follows:

Cookie of the first party, that is given by

Cookie of the third-party, that is given by

Third-party cookies

When browsing this website, you shall receive both cookies from Comdata S.p.A., and cookies from third-party websites, that can set cookies on your device on our behalf and in order to provide their services.

Third-party cookies allow us to obtain more complete surveys on the browsing habits of our users. For example, we use these cookies to collect information for advertisement purposes and in order to better personalize online contents; develop surveys on the use of our website; to measure users’ interest in our specific contents or services. More detailed information on these cookies are available in the following paragraphs of this document and on the relevant third-party’s websites.

(Third-party) statistical cookies uses Google Analytics, that is a service for the analysis of the web traffic provided by Google, Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway – Mountain View – CA94043 USA, which uses cookies to collect and study users’ browsing data in aggregated form. Neither Comdata S.p.A. nor Google will combine your IP address with the other data in their possession in order to identify you directly.

The information collected are processed by Google Analytics’ systems for the sole purpose of developing reports to be delivered to the administrators of The administrators will use such reports in order to verify the correct functioning of the services and, where relevant, the users’ satisfaction level in relation to the contents proposed.

For additional information on data protection policies applied by Google Inc., you can click here. If you want to disable statistical cookies, and therefore prevent Google Analytics from collecting your browsing data, you can download the specific deactivation component here indicated:

(Third-party) Profiling Cookies and Retargeting Cookies uses specific cookies in order to manage its advertising campaigns and in order to publish advertising contents and materials based on the browsing interests of users on the internet (OBA).

Furthermore, this website uses cookies in order to target users with specific ads, tailored previous visits to this Website.

In the table below you can find details on all cookies and on how to disable them:

AdWords Conversion Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View - CA94043 USA Google's privacy policy Cookie banner

(Third parties) Social Plugins and Widget

This website may contain plug-ins from the most well-known social networks (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin) managed by the third parties involved.

Such plug-ins could for example correspond to Facebook’s “Like” or to Twitter’s “Retweet” buttons. If you access one of our web pages, equipped with a similar plug-in, the browser will directly connect you to the third-party’s servers and the plug-in will be displayed on the screen thanks to the connection with the browser. The plug-in may communicate to third-party’s servers which pages you have previously visited.

If a social network user visits our web pages while being connected with his/her account, this information may be associated with the account. Also, if the plug-in functions are used (for example, by clicking on the “Like” button), such information will be associated with the account.

In the table below you can find details on the individual plug-ins and possibly disable them:

Facebook1 (Social Plugins) Facebook Inc. 1601 S.California Ave Palo Alto - CA94304 USA Facebook's privacy policy Cookie banner
Twitter Twitter Inc. 1355 Market St #900 San Francisco - CA 94103 USA Twitter's privacy policy Cookie banner
LinkedIn LinkedIn Inc 222 Second Street San Francisco - CA 94105 USA LinkedIn's privacy policy Cookie banner

How to set your device

If users do not agree with the installation of cookies, they can:
  1. Click the “Personalize” button on the short information notice, shown on the first visit to the Website.
  2. Set every single category of cookies using the tool offered on the cookie banner;
  3. Set the browser, disabling the download of cookies; or
  4. Decide not to use this Website.

Please note however that by disabling all cookies, some of the website’s functionalities may not function properly.

In order to manage the use of cookies, block their download or to delete all cookies installed on your device, you may simply check your browser’s settings.

Normally, the majority of browsers give the possibility to accept or to refuse all cookies or to accept only some of them (for example, cookies deriving from specific websites).

Although there are similar procedures, the cookies configuration settings may vary from browser to browser. For more details on the procedure to use, you can visit the website or consult the section ‘Help’ of your browser.

For more information on the cookies and on how to manage your preferences with regard to third party cookies, please visit

1Monitoring of conversion using the Facebook pixel

We use the pixel of Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA (“Facebook”) to measure the effectiveness of marketing initiative carried out online. This tool provides us to follow users’ actions after they have seen and/or clicked on a Facebook advertisement and then placed an order. In this way, we are able to record the effectiveness of Facebook advertisements for statistical and market research purposes. The data collected remains anonymous, which means that we cannot see the personal data of the single user and associate them with other information relating to the same user. However, these data are stored and processed by Facebook. Facebook is able to connect the behavior of users who have clicked on an advertisement on Facebook and have been redirected to our websites. Therefore, using cookies stored on your device, Facebook is able to identify the user in the personal Facebook area and to use such data for its own advertising purposes, for example targeted advertisements, in accordance with the Facebook Data Protection Policies. This only occurs for users who have a Facebook account and who are logged into their Facebook private account. Users who do not have a Facebook account will be not affected by this activity. If you want to disable this data processing by Facebook, click here

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