Cookie Policy

The purpose of this policy is to describe the operating procedures in reference to the use of cookies and any tracking tools used to process personal information of the vitatori who consult


Hereinafter identified as “Site” of which the owner is Neodata Group s.r.l.

Data controller and DPO

The data controller is Neodata Group s.p.a. (hereinafter Neodata) with its registered office in Catania Viale XX Settembre 21, 95127 with its appointed Data protection Officer (DPO) whom you can refer to for all matters concerning the processing of your data and on the exercise of your rights under the GDPR using the following contacts:

Personal data in object of treatment Through the navigation of the site and the pre-posted data entry forms, the site may acquire your personal information using the communication protocols provided in the navigation of the Internet. The personal data that can be processed by the site are not always referable to identified or identifiable individuals but may contain information that through processing can identify you. This category includes IP addresses as well as other data that could identify the terminal used to access the services. This information is used are for statistical and performance measurement purposes for accessing the services exposed by the site and to track possible abuse or computer crimes. These data are converged by Neodata for the period necessary to carry out the purposes of the processing.For more information see Privacy Policy.

Data provided voluntarily by users/visitors

If users/visitors, connecting to this site, send their personal data in order to access certain services, or to make requests by e-mail or by filling out web forms, this entails the acquisition by Neodata of any personal data that will be processed exclusively to respond to the request, or to provide the service. Personal data provided by users/visitors will be disclosed to third parties only if the communication is necessary to comply with the requests of those users/visitors.

What are cookies, web beacons and similar technologies

Within our services, we use small data files that are stored on your device (“device”) to record certain data each time you access or interact with our services. The specific names and types of cookies, web beacons, and other similar technologies used may change over time. To help you better understand Neodata’s rules and use of these technologies, below are some terms with their definitions. Cookies: text strings that websites (so-called Publishers, or “first parties”), visited by the user or different sites or web servers (so-called “third parties”), place and store within a terminal device in the user’s availability. The terminals referred to are, for example, a computer, tablet, smartphone or any other device capable of storing information, including also the so-called IoT (Internet of Things) devices.Cookies allow a site to recognize a particular device or browser. Cookies can be disabled or removed using the tools available in most browsers and/or those provided by the Data Controller (e.g., Consent Management Platform). Cookie preferences must be set separately for each browser used, as each may offer specific features and options. 

There are different types of cookies:
  • technical cookies: they serve to carry out navigation or provide a service requested by the user. Without the use of such cookies, some operations could not be performed or would be more complex and/or less secure. They may be permanent or temporary and be used to store information that will be reused the next time you visit the site;
  • profiling cookies: these are aimed at creating profiles related to the user and are used in order to send messages or advertising communications in line with the preferences expressed by the same, as part of online browsing;
  • third-party cookies: they are installed by a site other than the one you are visiting. These cookies are sent to the user’s browser by third-party companies for their own purposes such as profiling, advertising delivery or social interaction.
  • Web beacons: code snippets that allow a website to transfer or collect information through the request of a graphic image; they can be used for a variety of purposes, such as analyzing website usage, monitoring and reporting activities on advertisements, and personalization of advertisements and content.

Similar technologies: technologies that store data in the browser or device using locally shared objects or local storage, such as flash cookies, HTML 5 cookies, and other web application software methods. These technologies work in all browsers. In some cases, the use of local storage cannot be fully managed by browsers, but requires management through specific tools. 

You can authorize, block, or delete (all or part of) cookies through specific features in your Browser. For more information on how to set your preferences on the use of cookies through your Browser, you can refer to the relevant instructions:
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