Information document on cookie usage
The following information document, regarding the usage of cookies on this website, is given to the user/browser executing the May 8, 2014 regulation of the personal data protection Guarantor “Outlining the simplified modes for information documents and consent acquisition for cookie usage” and according to the art. 13 of the 2016/679 EU regulation for personal data protection.
The information document is set and updated by the Holder:
Patrizia Corvaglia Gioielli, a brand owned by ANDA 2004 srl
Street address: Via James Joyce 44, Roma, Italy
VAT Number: IT07781381004
Website manager and manager of the personal data treatment related to the former.
Any further request about cookie usage in this website can be sent to the following email address: inserire e-mail
Nature of conferment
Data conferment is automatic. Cookies can be disabled from your navigation browser.
Finality of treatment
Technical navigation finalities and specific cookie actions as reported in the chapter “Which cookies are used on this website”
Mode of data treatment
The collected data is treated with information instruments.
Suitable security measures are observed to prevent data loss, illicit or wrongful uses and unauthorized accesses.
Duration of data storing.
Duration of data storing varies according to the type they belong to.
It can only be for the session time, daily, weekly, up to a maximum of one year or two. This time specifics can be found either in he specific third party cookie policies or in the following description of installed cookies.
The involved party has the right to forward a complaint to control authorities.
Subject rights ex art 15 EU 2016/679
Subjects the personal data are related to have the right to know if a personal data treatment concerning them is ongoing or not, and, if so to obtain information regarding:
- The purpose of the treatment
- The types of the related data
- The recipients or categories of recipients to whom the personal data have been or will be transmitted, and, specifically, if they are recipients of foreign countries or international organizations
- Whenever possible, the due duration of the storing of the personal data or, if not possible, the criteria used to determine such duration
- The existence of the right of the subject to ask the holder of the treatment the correction or deletion of personal data or the limitation of the treatment of the personal data concerning them, or to oppose their treatment
- The right to forward a complaint to a control authority
- In case the data have not been collected from the subject, all available information on their origin
- The existence of an automated decision process included the profiling as described in art. 22, paragraphs 1 and 4 and, at least in such cases, significant information on the criteria used, as well as the relevance and expected consequences of such treatment for the subject.
Requests must be forwarded by email to the address: Inserire mail
Which cookies are used on this website?
Cookies with the purpose to warrant the correct fruition of the website contents are used on this website.
Furthermore, the website allows the usage of:
Google Analytics, a third party cookie providing an anonymous and aggregate analysis about the behaviors of the website browsers: for further information on the functioning of Goggle Analytics it is possible to read the Goggle information document at the following address:
YouTube Video Widget (Google Inc.)
YouTube is a video content viewing service managed by Google Inc. allowing this Application to integrate such content in their pages.
Gathered personal data: Cookies and usage data.
Facebook to ensure you don’t miss us on social media and offer bespoke experiences
Facebook Remarketing (Facebook, Inc.)
Facebook Remarketing is a Remarketing and Behavioral Targeting service supplied by Facebook Inc. linking this Application activity with the Facebook advertising network.
Heat Mapping services are used to spot which areas of a page are target of cursor passage or mouse click in order to determine which areas attract the most interest. These services allow to monitor and analyze traffic data and are used to track the user behavior. Some of these services might record sessions and make them available for later viewing.
Customer Service Chat
Provides an easy and fast communication between e-commerce owners and users, and the best perspective on their website, making the company-user communication immediate.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small sized text strings a website can send, during navigation, to the user device (pc, notebook, smartphone or tablet; they are usually stored in the used web browser). The same website which sent them can also read and record the cookies on the device to gather information of various types.
How many types of cookies exist?
There are two key large categories, with different features: technical and profiling cookies
Technical cookies are usually necessary to properly run the website and allow browsing; without them, the browsing subject may be unable to view pages correctly or use certain services. For example, a technical cookie is required to keep the user connected to a website for the whole session duration, or to save language and view settings, and so on.
Technical cookies can be further divided into navigation cookies, which guarantee normal navigation and usage of the website (allowing, for example, to make a purchase or login to access a reserved area); analytic cookies, considered technical cookies only if used to gather aggregate information on user amount and how they visit the website itself; feature cookies, which allow the user to navigate according to a series of chosen criteria (e.g. language, products selected for purchase) in order to provide them a better service.
Profiling cookies are used to create user profiles and are usually enabled in order to send advertising contents according to the user preferences showed during the Internet navigation.
Furthermore, cookies can be classified into:
- Session cookies, which are immediately deleted when the browser is quit (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Google Chrome, etc.)
- Persistent cookies, which -unlike session cookies- remain into the browser for a given time period. They ae used, for example, to recognize the device connected to the website in order to ease user authentication;
- First part cookies e. generated and handled directly by the manager of the website the user is browsing;
- Third party cookies, which are generated and handled by subjects different from the manager of the website the user is browsing (usually because of a contract between the website owner and the third part)
Each user can configure their browser in order not to automatically accept cookies.
What follows is a short series of instructions to disable cookies on the most widely used browsers:
How to disable COOKIES on Internet Explorer
To customize cookie related preferences for a website in Internet Explorer click on “Settings” and then “Internet Options”. Choose the tab “Privacy”, then “Sites”.
In the “Website address” field it is possible to enter the address (URL) of the website for which you want to customize privacy criteria.
To authorize the cookie recording for that website on the device, click on “Accept”. To disallow the cookie recording of that website on the device, it is conversely necessary to click on “Block”.
Repeat those steps for every website you intend to block or authorize. When finished, click on “OK” twice.
How to disable COOKIES on Safari
From the “Preferences” menu, click on the “Privacy” tab and configure cookies.
How to disable COOKIES on Chrome
Click on “Preferences”
Click on “Settings”
Click on “Show advanced settings”
In the “Privacy” section, click on the “Content setting” button
In the “Cookie” section it is possible to:
- Check which cookies are installed on the browser and delete them
- Block cookies by default;
- Accept cookies by default;
- Handle exceptions for cookies from certain websites or domains.
How to disable COOKIES on Firefox
Click on the “preferences” button
Click on the “privacy” tab
In the History settings, chose “Use custom settings”.
Then, check the box “Accept cookies from sites” and click on exceptions to choose the websites to authorize or deny regarding the installation of cookies on the terminal.
From the same panel, it is also possible to view which cookies are installed on the browser and eventually delete them.
How to disable COOKIES on Opera
Click on “Preferences”, then “Advanced” and choose “Cookies”
Cookie preferences allow to select how Opera handles cookies.
Default setting causes all cookies to be accepted.
All cookies are accepted (default)
“Only accept cokes from visited sites”
Third party cookies, from a domain external to the visited ones, will be blocked
“Never accept cookies”
All cookies are blocked.
Some settings may differ if you are using the browser on Mac or PC; moreover, browsers frequently change interface and general setting management commands. Therefore, we send you back to the software proprietary instructions in case our instructions were outdated because of the release of a new browser version.