Cookie policy

Through this document. pursuant to Article 122 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 (Personal Data Protection Code). Le SAC s.r.l.. as the Data Controller. provides users of the site: (and all its sub-domains) the following information about the use of cookies. This policy is drafted on the basis of the information contained in the General Provision of the Privacy Authority. dated 8 May. 2014.

Data Controller

The Data Controller is Le SAC s.r.l.with registered office in Milan. at Via Benigno Crepi 57 - VAT reg. no. 00743370157. The Data Controller has appointed  ENERGIE the party responsible for data processing. as it pertains to management and maintenance of the corporate servers. For more information (including information related to any appointed parties). you can  contact the Data Controller at:

What are cookies?

 Cookies are small text files that user-visited sites submit to their browser (Internet Explorer. Mozilla Firefox. Google Chrome. Opera. etc.). where they are stored to be re-transmitted to the same sites when the user visits the site again.

While browsing a site. the user can also receive cookies from different sites or web servers (so-called “third-party cookies”) on his terminal; this happens because some websites may feature images. maps. sounds. social buttons (Facebook “Likes”. Google “+1”. etc.) and specific links to pages from other domains which are on servers other than the server on which the requested page is found. In other words. they are cookies set up by a web site different from the site you are currently visiting.

 Technical cookies are defined as those used exclusively to “send communication to an electronic network. or to the extent strictly necessary for a supplier to deliver services requested by a subscriber or user” (see Article 122. paragraph 1. of the Code).

 Profiling cookies. on the other hand. are used to create user profiles and send advertisements in line with the user’s preferences derived from web browsing habits. They refer to Article 122 of the Code. which states that “storing information in a terminal or a subscriber’s or user’s terminal. or access to previously archived information is only permitted provided that the subscriber or user has given consent after receiving all disclosure statements in a streamlined manner. as provided for in Article 13. paragraph 3 “(Article 122. paragraph 1 of the Code).


FIRST-PARTY COOKIES (as all its all sub-domains) uses technical cookies. for which no consent is required by the user.

More specifically. the site uses:

• authentication cookies

• user interface customization cookies

THIRD-PARTY COOKIES (like all its sub-domains) also uses third-party cookies. Below is a list of the third-party cookies we use. as well as the links through which to receive more information and request their deactivation.

Analytics Cookies

These cookies are used directly by the site manager to collect aggregated information about the number of users and how they visit the site.

Specifically. the site uses the Google Analytics service that relies on cookies to allow statistical analysis in aggregate form in relation to the use of the visited website.

To consult the “Google Analytics Terms of Service”. which also recall  the privacy statement of Google Inc.. the sole Data Controller of Google Analytics data processing. please refer to

If you want to prevent the use of your data by Google Analytics. you can install a browser add-on that can be downloaded from:

Add This

The site uses the “Add This” services. which allow you to manage the social buttons of some social networks. The use of this sharing service involves the installation of third-party cookies. You can learn more about the Add This Privacy Policy by visiting:

To disable the service. follow the procedure on:


For video views embedded in site pages. so-called session cookies are installed for media players. You can learn more about the Privacy Policy relating to these cookies on the following pages:


This site uses AdRoll to offer advertisements based on the interests of users on other sites. The technology used to achieve this goal is made possible by the use of “re-marketing” cookies during your visit. The entire process is completely anonymous.
For more information:

Google advertising and remarketing

The site uses various Google services for advertising and remarketing (google advertising. google adsense. doubleclick); such services use cookies that are defined as advertising cookies.

For detailed information on how such services function and. more generally. about their privacy policies. please refer to the following pages:

However. you can manage and disable interest-based ads by selecting the appropriate settings on this page:

Olark is a live chat service whose operation involves the installation of cookies.

On this page. you can find detailed information:


Inspectlet is a heat mapping service. provided by Inspectlet Inc.. which - also through cookies - allows you monitoring and analyzing site navigation.

It is possible to learn about the privacy policy of these cookies from the following page:


HotJar is a heat mapping service. provided by Hotjar Ltd.. which - also through cookies - allows you monitoring and analyzing site navigation.

It is possible to learn about the privacy policy of these cookies from the following page:


The service offered by Criteo allows you receiving targeted advertising of greater interest to the user than the standard advertisements received without Criteo.

It is possible to learn about the privacy policy of these cookies from the following page:


Webengage is a service that is used to collect feedback and/or opinions from the site users. This service is optional which. if requested. will result in the installation of cookies.
On this page. you can find detailed information:

Processing method

Personal data can be processed with and without the use of electronic tools. Specific security measures are observed to prevent data loss. misuse or incorrect use. and unauthorized access. The data may be processed by the Data Controller’s specifically appointed staff and/or collaborators. Data are not disseminated or communicated in any way.

How to disable cookies

You can also visit the site without the use of cookies. although in this case you may not be able to take advantage of all of the site’s features or services. Most browsers accept cookies automatically. You can avoid automatic cookie registration by selecting the “do not accept cookies” option among those proposed.

For more information on how to avail yourself of this option. you can refer to your browser's instructions. The user can get specific instructions through the links below.

• Microsoft Internet Explorer

• Google Chrome

• Mozilla Firefox

• Apple Safari

• Opera

To get information on cookies stored on your terminal and  turn them off individually. we recommend visiting the following page:

You can delete any cookies already stored on your hard disk at any time.

Rights of the party concerned

The person concerned may at any time exercise his/her rights provided for in Article 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June. 2003. which is reported verbatim below. by contacting the addresses provided above.

Art. 7 Leg.dec. 196/2003

1. The person concerned has the right to obtain confirmation that his/her personal information has been collected. even if yet to be registered. and that it is in intelligible form.

2. The interested party has the right to receive information about:

a) origin of personal data;

b) purposes and methods of processing;

c) logic applied when processing by means of electronic tools;

d) identification details of the Data Controller. as well as data managers and the designated POC. pursuant to Article 5. paragraph 2;

e) subjects or categories of persons to whom the personal data may be disclosed or who may become aware of them as designated representatives in the specific country.

3. The person concerned has the right to:

a) update. amend. or. where relevant. supplement data;

b) cancel. transform into anonymous form or block data processed in violation of the law. including data for which no storage is required in relation to the purposes for which data was collected or subsequently processed;

c) certification that all transactions referred to in points (a) and (b) have been made known. including their content. to those to whom data have been notified or disseminated. except where such fulfilment is impossible or involves the use of means manifestly disproportionate to the protected right.

4. The person concerned has the right to oppose. in whole or in part:

a) for legitimate reasons. the processing of his/her personal data. though relevant to the purpose of collection;

b) the processing of his/her personal data for the purpose of sending advertising or direct selling material. or for market research or commercial communication.

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