Cookie Policy

This site (hereinafter referred to as the "Site") uses cookies and technologies which allow the site to work properly and improve the user's experience.
This information statement aims at providing information concerning the cookies and similar technologies, on how they are utilised on the Site and on how to manage them and integrate what is outlined in the Privacy policy which can be consulted on the following link to which reference is made.

Owner of the processing and data controller
The Owner of the processed data is Tecnovideo S.r.l. Società Unipersonale with registered office at Via A. De Gasperi, 3 - Villaverla (VI). An updated list of the data controllers, where eventually appointed, is available at the headquarters of the above company.

What are cookies?
Cookies consist of small files, short text fragments (letters/numbers) that are entered in the browser of the device (computer, tablet, smartphone...) utilised by the user and which allows to memorize and store information which will be re-utilized during the course of the site visit (i.e. session or temporary cookies) or in the future (i.e. persistent cookies).
Various types of cookies exist, distinguished by characteristics and use: some serve for a more effective use of the Site while others enable specific functionalities.
Cookies are classified as follows:
- Personal cookies (or first party cookies): these are sent to the user's computer or device by a computer or domain managed by the Site's provider and from which the service requested by the user is then provided.
- Third-party cookies: these are sent to the user's computer by a device or domain that is not managed by the Site's provider, but by another entity which is the one that processes the data obtained through the cookies.
Cookies installed through the Site can be either Personal cookies or cookies belonging to third-parties.

What cookies are used by this Site?
The Site makes use of technical cookies, such as navigation, session cookies, functional or analytical cookies:

- Navigation cookies
Navigation cookies are adopted to guarantee normal navigation and use of the Website, and are therefore aimed at optimising the navigation of the Site and making it functional. These cookies are essential for the Site's correct operation.

- Functionality cookies
Functionality cookies allow information that modifies the behaviour or aspect of the Site to be saved (e.g. preferred language, character and text sizes, reference geographical area). Should these get blocked the experience in navigating could be less functional, but not compromised.

- Analytical cookies
Analytical cookies are cookies that collect and analyse information concerning the use and traffic of the Site (e.g. of the most visited pages). In order to obtain a complete and reliable statistical service regarding the use of the Site itself, Google Analytics traffic analysis service is used. This service is provided by Google Inc. (hereinafter referred to as Google) with registered office at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. Google therefore processes data in the United States and in other countries where its providers of specific services are located. These are third-party cookies that collect data anonymously to monitor and improve the Site's performances. This Site does not use, nor does it allow third-parties to use Google's tool to monitor or collect personal identification information. Nevertheless, data collected through the Google Analytics service could be used by Google as well.
The use of Google Analytics service by the Owner envisages that the IP is made anonymous (therefore Google Analytics will make the user's/visitor's IP address anonymous as soon as it will be technically possible).
Furthermore, the "data sharing" settings with Google Analytics were modified and, therefore, Google will have to utilise personal data recorded by means of the service only within the limitations imposed by the Site's provider and will not be allowed to share them with other Google services; advertising or data sharing options with Google or additional services were not activated. Google will not associate the IP address to any other data held by Google nor will it attempt to link an IP address to the user's identity. Google may have to reveal this information to third-parties should this be imposed by the law or should said third-parties process the above information on behalf of Google.
For further information, reference is made to the following link:
The user can selectively disable the action of Google Analytics by installing the opt-out component supplied by Google on his browser. To disable Google Analytics action, please refer to the following link:

- Profiling cookies
The Site can use its own profiling cookies, i.e. cookies aimed at creating user profiles, in order to send advertising messages based on the preferences stated by the single user while navigating the Site.

Are third-parties cookies present?
Yes, navigating the Site can imply the installation of third-party cookies as well, based both in Italy and in foreign countries.

- Third-party analytical cookies
These cookies are used to collect, in anonymous form, information regarding the use of the site by visitors, such as: pages visited, the origin of incoming traffic, the user's geographic origin, the duration of the site visit, and so on, all for marketing campaign purposes. These cookies are sent from third-party domains external to the Site.
(The analytical cookies utilised on this Site are third-party cookies as described above).

- Cookies to integrate third-party products and software functions
These types of cookies integrate functionalities developed by third-parties within the website pages: these consist for example of the icons and preferences expressed in the social networks with the purpose of sharing the Site's contents or for making use of third-party software services (for example software used for generating maps - such as Google Maps - and other software offering additional services). These cookies are sent by third-party domains and from partner sites that use the Site's pages to offer their functionalities.

On the Site, there could be also the so-called social plugins (for example: "like" or "share" of the following social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and You Tube). The most common use of these social plugins is content sharing on social networks in order to improve the user experience. The presence of these plugins generates the transmission of cookies from and towards all sites managed by third-parties, and can be utilised by third-parties to trace the user's network navigation, in order to create profiles according to his preferences, habits, choices, etc. and to send tailored advertising messages in line with the preferences manifested by the user during his online navigation.

- Profiling cookies
These cookies are sent by third-parties through the Site. They are necessary for creating user profiles with the purpose of sending advertising messages, on behalf of third-parties, in line with the preferences manifested by the user.

The management of the information collected by "third-parties" is disciplined by the relative information statements. We ask the user to refer to it without prejudice to the fact that Owner of this Site is not responsible for third-party cookies.

To guarantee greater transparency and for convenience, please find here below the web addresses regarding of the various information statements priviously mentioned, together with the cookies management methods:
Google information statement:
Google (configuration):

How do I know that the site uses cookie?
When accessing the Site, a banner is displayed, containing a brief statement on cookies. The user can express his consent to the use of cookies (whether his own or of third-parties) with the modalities stated in the information banner, by continuing to navigate and scrolling the page (so-called scroll-down), by clicking the banner's OK button, or by clicking on any of the links provided on the Website page.

How long do cookies "last"?
Temporary or session cookies will remain for the time the user stays on the Site.
Permanent cookies, instead, have differing persistency times, but the user can always delete them by using the browser's option as outlined further down in this statement.

How can I manage cookies?
The User can disable (opt-out) cookies by using the browser's options.

The user has the option of opposing the recording of cookies on his device by configuring the browser used for navigating: if the Site is used without changing the browser settings, it is assumed that he intends receiving all cookies used by the Site and making use of all functionalities.
The user can stop the use of several or all of the cookies described above, by configuring the browser used for navigating or he/she can define differing settings for different sites and web applications, nevertheless totally or partially disabling the technical cookies can compromise or limit the use of the Site's functionality.
The best browsers allow differentiated settings to be set-up as well, for personal cookies and for third-party cookies.
The following links provide explanations on disabling (opting-out) the cookies relative to the most popular browsers. For other browsers it is suggested that this option is searched for in the software's Help, normally available by tapping the F1 key.
Internet Explorer:
Google Chrome:
Mozilla Firefox:
Apple Safari:

Link to other sites
Some pages of the Site can contain links to other websites (for example Google Maps - Linkedin) that are not managed by the Site's provider, who does not share personal data with said sites. The Site's provider is not responsible for the content, security or privacy measures deployed by other sites and expressly declines any responsibility whatsoever.
To guarantee greater transparency and usability, the following web addresses of the various information statements are provided here below:
Google information statement:
Linkedin information statement:
Twitter (information statement):

Rights of the user
It is possible to gain in-depth information on the subject of cookies on the site of the Privacy Authority ( and on other sites, such as for example:
Additional information on how we process data are available in our Privacy Policy Statement at this link

Last update 31/05/2019.