Cookies are a sort of “reminder”, short “lines of text” containing information that can be saved on a user’s computer when the browser (eg Chrome or Internet Explorer) calls a specific website.

Thanks to cookies, the server sends information that will be read and updated each time the user returns to that site. In this way the website can automatically adapt to the user, improving the browsing experience.

Cookies are mainly used for:

• Improve the user’s browsing experience within the site.

• Provide the site manager with information on users’ browsing also to obtain statistical data on site usage and improve navigation. of electronic mail.

• Cookies can also convey advertising messages.

Here are the types of cookies used:

Also called “technical” cookies, they are essential to navigate within the site using all its features, such as access to restricted areas (Customer Area). Without these cookies it would not be possible to provide the services requested. These cookies do not collect information to be used for commercial purposes.

They collect and analyze information on the use of the site by visitors (pages visited, number of accesses, time spent on the site, etc.) to provide the user with a better browsing experience. These cookies do not collect information that can identify the user in any way.

This category includes cookies set by the following technological solutions:

· Google Analytics

They allow users to trace a “profile” by gathering information on their tastes, and then send personalized content (promotional banners and / or dedicated offers).

This category includes cookies set by the following technological solutions:

· Facebook

The user can block or limit the receipt of cookies through the options of his browser.

On Internet Explorer, click on the “Tools” item in the menu bar and then on the “Internet Options” sub-item. Finally, access the “Privacy” tab settings to change your cookie preferences.

On Firefox, click on “Tools” in the menu bar and then on the “Options” sub-item. Finally, access the “Privacy” settings to change your cookie preferences.

On Chrome, type “chrome: // settings / content” in the address bar (without quotes) and change the cookie settings as desired.

On Safari, select “Preferences” and then choose “Privacy”. In the Block Cookie section specify how Safari must accept cookies from websites.

If you use Safari on portable devices, such as iPhone and iPad, you must instead act in this way: go to the “settings” of the device and then find “Safari” on the left menu. From here, in the “Privacy and security” section, it will be possible to manage the Cookie options.

To disable cookies from external services it is necessary to act on their settings:
Google services



Information on the processing of personal data
art. 13 Legislative Decree 193/03

Pursuant to and for the purposes of Legislative Decree 196/2003 on the protection of personal data, we inform you that your personal data may be processed by our Company in electronic, IT, telematic or manual form for the following purposes (a) cataloging , processing, storage and recording of the same in our archives, financial and revision management, management of relations with suppliers, assumption of information necessary or useful to assess any risks connected with the conclusion or execution of contracts with your organization, litigation management, fulfillment of tax, administrative, accounting and control obligations, compliance with contractual or legal obligations, as well as, without limiting intent, for all purposes related to the execution of contracts and the performance of commercial relations and for all uses suitable for ensuring greater protection and safety of the products; (b) promotional, advertising, sending commercial proposals, sending commercial and technical information, measuring the quality of the goods and services provided.

For the same purposes, the data may be disclosed to third parties, including professionals and external consultants, auditing companies, banking institutions, factoring companies, leasing companies, debt collection companies, credit insurance and commercial information, concessionaires, advertising companies , etc. The provision of personal data by you is voluntary and optional. However, the possible refusal to provide us with the data or the opposition to the processing of the same for the purposes indicated above, could constitute an impediment to the forwarding of orders and / or the normal development of commercial relations with your organization.

In relation to your personal data you may exercise the rights referred to in art. 7 of Legislative Decree 196/2003, the text of which is attached to this communication. Holder of personal data processing B.LAB design.

We wish to point out that, with reference to the data relating to the performance of economic activities, or in the other cases referred to in art. 24 of Legislative Decree 196/2003, the processing of data by our Company is not subject to your consent. However, for the cases in which the law requires it, we ask you to give consent to the processing of your personal data for the purposes indicated above by signing your signature at the end of this communication (*), which we kindly ask you to return to us as soon as possible of mail, so that we can complete, with reference to your name, the procedure for updating our supplier database.

(*) For the cases in which the law requires the interested party’s consent, the processing of personal data is authorized for the purposes indicated above.


Legislative Decree 196/2003 Article 7: Right to access personal data and other rights. 7 [1] The interested party has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or not of personal data concerning him, even if not yet recorded, and their communication in intelligible form.

7 [2] I have the right to obtain information:

a) the origin of personal data;

b) the purposes and methods of processing;

c) the logic applied in the case of processing carried out with the aid of electronic instruments;

d) of the identification data concerning the data controller, data processors and the designated representative pursuant to Article 5, paragraph 2;

e) the subjects or categories of subjects to whom the personal data may be communicated or who can learn about them as appointed representative in the State, managers or appointees.

7 [3] The interested party has the right to obtain:

a) updating, rectification or, when interested, integration of data;

b) the deletion, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed in violation of the law, including data which does not need to be kept for the purposes for which the data was collected or subsequently processed;

c) the attestation that the operations referred to in letters a) and b) have been brought to the attention, also with regard to their content, of those to whom the data have been communicated or disseminated, except in the event that such fulfillment occurs it proves impossible or involves a manifestly disproportionate use of resources with respect to the protected right.

7 [4] The interested party has the right to object, in whole or in part:

a) for legitimate reasons, to the processing of personal data concerning him, even though they are relevant to the purpose of the collection;

b) to the processing of personal data concerning him for the purpose of sending advertising material or direct sales or for carrying out market research or commercial communication.