Cookie Policy

Cookies and Other Tracking Tools Policy

This page describes how the website is managed with regards to the use of Cookies and other tracking tools, as well as the related processing of personal data of the users who consult it.

Please refer to the website Privacy Policy in order to become familiar with the Data Controller; the purposes, methods and legal basis of data processing; the categories of personal data involved; the possible categories of recipients of personal data communications; the storage terms; as well as the rights of users as data subjects.

What are Cookies and Other Tracking Tools?

Cookies are small strings of text – which may include personal data (e.g. IP address, user name, e-mail address) and technical information (e.g. language settings, type of device) – that visited websites send to the user’s terminal (personal computer or mobile device such as a tablet or smartphone), where they are stored (e.g. in the browser memory), and then retransmitted to the same websites upon the next visit. Cookies are used to perform functions such as computer authentication, session monitoring and storage of information regarding the sites (without the use of Cookies some operations would be very complex or impossible to perform), additionally with regards to the identification of preferences based on the browsing experience. When browsing a website, the user may also receive Cookies on the terminal equipment which are managed and sent by different websites or web servers (called “third parties”), on which some elements (such as, for example, images, maps, sounds, specific links to pages of other domains) present on the website that the user is visiting may reside.

There are also other tracking tools (e.g. “Fingerprinting”, “Pixel Tags”, “Plug-ins”) which, while they use different technology, enable processing similar to that carried out by means of Cookies and achieve the same results. These tools, unlike Cookies, do not store information on the user’s device and cannot be removed directly by the user via the browser settings. It is therefore necessary that the user takes advantage of the right to revoke authorisation to use them via the functions made available on the website by the Data Controller, in order to review the choices.

Possible Classifications of Other Tracking Tools

In general, these instruments can be classified by:

  • Type of Instrument
    • Cookies (active identifiers)
    • Other tracking tools (passive identifiers)
  • Origin
    • First Party (or “Publisher”, i.e. the operator of the website that the user is visiting)
    • Third Party (operator of a different website that installs Cookies through the First Party’s website)
  • Duration
    • Session (temporary, they are deleted when the browser is closed or, if applicable, when the logout command is executed)
    • Persistent (they remain active until their expiry date or cancellation by the user)
  • Aims
    • Technical purposes (relating to the functionality of the website)
    • Non-technical purposes (such as user navigation profile)

Cookies Used on our Website


Technical Cookies allow for a smooth use of the website and an easier retrieval of information by simplifying the connection and transmission of data between the user and the website.

We use Technical Navigation Cookies on our website, which are strictly necessary as they ensure the normal navigation and proper functioning of the website (e.g. authentication for access to restricted areas), allowing you to take advantage of the services offered (e.g. calculating a quote). Without the use of such Cookies, some services on the website may not be accessible, displayed correctly, or may function sub-optimally. We also use functionality, preference and location Cookies that allow you to change the behaviour and appearance of the website (e.g. preferred language, text or font size, geographical location), the absence of which does not affect your ability to navigate the website, but does make it less efficient and functional.

Session and persistent cookies belong to the category of technical Cookies.

The user’s prior consent is not required for the installation of technical Cookies.

Please also note that you can block Cookies at any time through your browser settings; however, if you set your device to refuse these Cookies, some of the website’s services may not be displayed correctly or may not function optimally, in particular, operations to identify the user and maintain their identification within the session may be more complex to perform and less secure in the absence of technical Cookies.


These are tools used to trace specific, recurring behaviours or activities in the use of the website’s functions back to specific individuals, in order to associate different profiles to homogeneous groups, with the aim of optimising and personalising the services offered and/or sending advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user while surfing the web. This also includes all other Cookies and other tracking identifiers that are not part of the technical function.

These are persistent Cookies, as they remain active until they expire or are deleted by the user.

We also inform you that these Cookies are managed by third parties: their use is only possible with your prior consent; your preference is tracked by a specific technical Cookie.

In this group, we use on our website mainly:


These are Cookies managed by social networks, meaning third parties, as a result of the use of their buttons on our website, such as “Social Plug-ins”, integrated into the site itself. These tools allow the presence of parts of the visited page generated directly from the Third Party Sites with their social content.

These Cookies also allow social networks to identify you and collect information from you while you are on other websites and may also be used by social networks for additional purposes such as behavioural advertising, analytics or market research. The privacy policies of the respective social networks apply exclusively to such processing. You should therefore consider this before giving your consent to the use of third party Cookies to stop the transmission of your personal data to social networks.


We use ANALYTICS COOKIES – i.e., Cookies that are installed, among other things, to assess the effectiveness of a service; measure traffic (determining the number of visitors, possibly broken down by geographic area or other characteristics) of the website or its most visited areas (for statistical purposes); improve its contents or facilitate its use by the user; carry out anonymous cross-device analysis in order to offer the user a consistent experience on the different devices used; carry out analysis to facilitate the use of the website by the user, with an additional view to user experience.  Further purposes pursued through the use of analytics Cookies include the aggregation of the user’s behaviour (referring to actions such as mouse clicks, page scrolls and other interactions) on the pages of our website related to navigation sessions and the browser used, in order to promptly identify any usability or technical problems, within the scope of improving the correctness and quality of the service offered.

Considering that the use of these Cookies does not directly identify the data subject (given that the information collected by these Cookies is used in an aggregate and therefore anonymous manner), these Cookies are comparable to technical Cookies and therefore do not require prior consent.

We also inform you that these Cookies are managed by third parties and that they are persistent Cookies, as they remain active until they are deleted by the user.

Please note that you can only select the Cookies and other tracking tools you wish to consent to by using the Customise your choices option: you can change your preferences at any time by using the Review your choices option; however, you can block these Cookies at any time via your browser settings.


Some of the third parties that provide services through the use of Cookies on our website, and who have been authorised to do so in advance, or other third parties who are involved by the aforementioned third parties in the provision of such services, may receive and process your personal data in other countries (countries not belonging to the European Union or the European Economic Area).

If envisaged, due to the purpose of the processing pursued, the transfer of personal data to other countries will take place on the basis of what is provided for by the applicable legislation in force, and in the presence of suitable guarantee measures (e.g., among others, due to an adequacy decision adopted by the European Commission, or following the stipulation of “Standard Contractual Clauses”, between the importer and the exporter of the data). 

We also inform you that personal data collected through the use of Cookies will not be disseminated.


The legal basis for the processing of data collected by our website through the use of non-technical Cookies is exclusively the consent of the person concerned. In the case of Cookies with a technical function, the legal basis is the legitimate interest of the company.


The information stored in Cookies is used exclusively by our company


Type of membershipSpecific purposeOriginNameDurationInformation and consent of third parties
AdvertisementThis cookie is set by Facebook to display advertisements when either on Facebook or on a digital platform powered by Facebook advertising, after visiting the website.Part Three_fbp3 months
AdvertisementFacebook sets this cookie to show relevant advertisements to users by tracking user behaviour across the web, on sites that have Facebook pixel or Facebook social plugin.Part Threefr3 months
AnalyticsThe _ga cookie, installed by Google Analytics, calculates visitor, session and campaign data and also keeps track of site usage for the site’s analytics report. The cookie stores information anonymously and assigns a randomly generated number to recognize unique visitors.Part Three_ga2 years
AnalyticsInstalled by Google Analytics, _gid cookie stores information on how visitors use a website, while also creating an analytics report of the website’s performance. Some of the data that are collected include the number of visitors, their source, and the pages they visit anonymously.Part Three_gid1 day
AnalyticsSet by Google to distinguish users.Part Three_gat_gtag_UA_125724892_11 minute
NecessarySet by the GDPR Cookie Consent plugin, this cookie is used to record the user consent for the cookies in the “Necessary” category .Prima Partecookielawinfo-checkbox-necessary1 year
NecessarySet by the GDPR Cookie Consent plugin, this cookie is used to record the user consent for the cookies in the “Non-necessary” category .Part Onecookielawinfo-checkbox-non-necessary1 year


In this section you will find information on how to disable Cookies in your browser.

Please note that if you disable Cookies, some parts of the website may not function properly. If your browser is not listed below, please consult your browser’s Cookie Management instructions.

Internet Explorer version 6 or above

Select ‘Tools’ in your browser bar

Select ‘Internet Options’

Select the ‘Privacy’ item and then click on ‘Advanced’

Select ‘Replace automatic cookie handling’

Deactivate ‘Cookies from displayed websites’ by selecting ‘Block’

Deactivate ‘Third party cookies’ by selecting ‘Block’

Deactivate ‘Session cookies’ by un-checking ‘Always accept session cookies’

Click ‘OK’

Firefox version 9 or higher

Select ‘Tools’ in your browser bar

Select ‘Options’

Select the ‘Privacy’ item

In the ‘History’ area, choose the ‘use custom settings’ option from the drop-down menu

Deactivate cookies by un-checking ‘Accept cookies from sites’

Click ‘OK’

Google Chrome version 24 or higher

Select ‘Chrome Menu’ in the bar of your browser

Selecting ‘settings’

Select ‘Show advanced settings’

In the ‘Privacy’ section click on ‘Content settings’

Disable all cookies by selecting ‘Prevent sites from setting data’ ‘Block third party cookies and site data’

Click ‘OK’