GDPR, Regolamento Europeo in materia di Protezione dei Dati Personali 2016/679


We collect but do not link personal and activity data

We use technologies like cookies (small files stored by your browser), web beacons, or unique device identifiers to anonymously identify your computer or device so we can deliver a better experience. Our systems also log information like your browser, operating system and IP address. We also may collect personally identifiable information that you provide to us, such as your name or email address.

If you believe we have inadvertently collected information from children, please contact us so we can promptly obtain parental consent or remove the information.

We do not store or share your precise location

We do not use or collect your precise geographic location.

You can request to review your personal data via email

We do not publicly share personal data submitted to us. You can contact us via email o review the information you submitted in order to receive updates from Consilium Comunicazione.

We keep personal data until you delete it

We remove personally identifiable information (such as your name or email) and other preferences associated with your account promptly after you notify us about deleting your account.

We don’t share your personal data with other companies

We generally do not share personally identifiable information (such as name or email) with other companies.

No ad companies collect data through our service

We do not allow advertising companies to collect data through our service for ad targeting.

Analytics providers access data on our behalf

Analytics companies may access anonymous data (such as your IP address or device ID) to help us understand how our services are used. They use this data solely on our behalf. They do not share it except in aggregate form; no data is shared as to any individual user. Click to see company privacy policies that govern their use of data. Google Analytics is a web analytics tool that helps website owners understand how visitors engage with their website. Google Analytics customers can view a variety of reports about how visitors interact with their website so they can improve it. Google Analytics collects information anonymously. It reports website trends without identifying individual visitors.

We take steps to protect personal information

We take reasonable steps to secure your personally identifiable information against unauthorized access or disclosure. Information we collect may be stored or processed on computers located in any country where we do business

You can review more privacy-related information

This privacy policy was last updated on November, 2015. Our privacy policy may change from time to time. If we make any material changes to our policies, we will place a prominent notice on our website or application. If the change materially affects registered users, we will send a notice to you by email, push notification or text.



Cookies are small text strings that the sites which a user has browsed sends to their terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, notebook), where they are stored, before being re-transmitted to the same sites at the next visit.

The purpose of the cookie is to remember user actions and preferences, such as the browsing language, so that it does not need to be indicated again when the user moves from one page to another on the same site, or returns at a later time.

Cookies are therefore used to authenticate users, monitor browsing sessions and store information about the user’s activities for statistical or advertising purposes.
While browsing within a site, user’s computer or mobile device can also receive cookies from web servers other than the one he is visiting. These cookies are called “third-party cookies”.
Cookies may not collect any information stored on the user’s computers or files.

Cookies can be:
“Session”: these are stored on the computer for purely technical and functional requirements, for the transmission of session identifiers which are required in order to ensure a safe and efficient browsing experience. They are deleted at the end of the “session” (hence the name) when the browser is closed. This type of cookie avoids the need to use other IT techniques that could potentially jeopardize the privacy of users’ navigation;

“Persistent”:  these remain stored on the computer hard drive until expiry or cancellation by users/visitors. Through persistent cookies visitors who access the site (or any other users who use the same computer) are automatically recognized each time they visit. Persistent cookies fulfil many functions in the interest of browsers (such as the use of the browsing language or storing the shopping cart in online shopping. However, persistent cookies can also be used for promotional purposes. Visitors can set their computer’s browser so that it accepts/rejects all cookies or views an alert whenever a cookie is prompted, in order to assess whether or not to accept it. In any case, users can always change the default configuration and disable cookies (i.e. block them definitively), by setting the highest security level.
The most common and widespread web browsers allow cookies to be deleted manually or automatically when the browser is closed. The same browsers can be configured (admin panel) to block the creation of cookies; in this case, the proper functioning of the website or Internet service offered is no longer guaranteed

Based on regulations in force in Italy for the use of cookies three types of cookies have been identified:

  • technical cookies;
  • user profiling cookies;
  • third-party cookies.

the Authority for the protection of personal data defines the following types of cookie as technical cookies, which do not require consent for their use:

  • “analytics cookies”, used directly by the site manager to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site;
  • browsing or session cookies (for example, for authentication);
  • function cookies, which allow users to browse based on a series of selected criteria (such as language, or a wishlist) in order to improve the service rendered to the same.

Profiling cookies are instead those designed to create profiles related to the user. They are used in order to send messages in line with the preferences shown by the same during web browsing. For this type of cookie, the Authority requires explicit user acceptance.