The Cookies Policy Use 

We use related cookies and technologies to make the functioning of our website more accessible and more intuitive, as well as to render the browsing more functional for the user in case of future visits. In the current document, you will find detailed information concerning the use of cookies, similar technologies and their management.

What cookies are 

The cookies are small text files sent from the website to the interested users’ terminal (usually on the browser), where they are stored to be retransmitted to the website in case of the next site visit on behalf of the same.

A cookie cannot recall data of a different nature from the hard drive; it cannot for whatever reason transmit computer viruses or acquire email addresses.

Every cookie is unique for the user’s browser, and some functions of the cookies can be delegated to other technologies.

In the present document regarding the term “cookie”, we will refer both to the cookies, in the narrow sense, and to similar technologies.

Type of cookies

According to their characteristics and functionality, the cookies can be distinguished into two categories:

Technical Cookies

Cookies that fall in this category are used for the sole purpose of “performing the transmission of a communication on an electric communication network, or to the extent strictly necessary to the supplier of a service of the company’s information explicitly requested by the subscriber or by the user who dispenses such service” (see Art. 122, subparagraph 1, of the Code). 

They are not used for other purposes and are typically installed directly from the holder or who manages the website. They can be divided in:

  • Navigation cookies or sessions, necessary to guarantee the normal browsing and use of the website, are functional to the proper functioning.
  • Analytics cookies, assimilated to technical cookies, are used directly by the site manager to collect data in an aggregated form, on the number of users and on how they interact with its content in order to improve the overall performance of the website; (see below the reference concerning the cookies of Google Analytics).
  • Functional cookies allow the user to browse according to a series of selected criteria (for example, the language) with the intent to improve its fruition. Installing such cookies does not require any form of consensus by the user.

Profiling Cookies

The profiling cookies are employed to create “profiles” related to the user. They are used to send “advertising messages” following the preferences expressed/manifested from the same in the context of web browsing. (They identify the “interests” of the single users anonymously in order to improve the browsing experience)

The use of profiling cookies requires consensus by the interested party. According to current legislation, the user can decide whether to authorise or reject the agreement to install such cookies using the “Cookie Management” instructions.

In the case of third-party cookies (they fall within the category all those cookies are linked to social network use), the website does not have direct management of every single file (it can neither instal nor directly remove them). However, the user will be able to manage the cookies belonging to this category by modifying the browser settings (followed by detailed instructions) or the only resources reported in the “Cookie Management” section.

We invite our users to verify the expected schedule on the third section on the website (the list will be available later on)

The complete list of the technical cookies currently on our website follows.

System Cookies

We use these cookies to optimise the browsing experience. You will be able to decide to disable them, but this choice could also affect the correct display of the website and its ease of use.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics uses cookies to collect and analyse data related to the users’ experience within the website (including the IP address). The information obtained from these cookies of your use of our website is usually transmitted and stored to the Google server in the USA. We employ such cookie types exclusively to improve our content in favour of the user’s final experience.

We remember that Google operates in full compliance with the dispositions of the protection data of the “US-Safe-Harbor” convention and is registered at the “Safe Harbor” programme of the US Commerce Department. Google will use the collected information consequently with the only intended purpose to evaluate your use of our website, draft protocols on the websites and provide us with connected services concerning the website and internet’s use. Google will transmit such information on behalf of third parties in cases in which there are legal provisions or to elaborate data. Under no circumstances Google will associate your data with other relevant data from Google.

Browsing within our website (by consenting to the cookies’ use) after having accepted the elaboration of your data in the way and the purposes abovementioned.

You will be able to, in each case, disable a selective, selectively monitoring actions by Google Analytics by installing on your opt-out browser plugin provided by Google. For more information, please consult the following link:

Google Adwords Remarketing

Google Adwords Remarketing uses cookies to analyse the target and improve the advertisement through remarketing actions to show the user the messages in line with their interests. Remarketing thus aims to reach users who have previously visited the website. The users who have visited our website will be able to see our advertisements by accessing other websites, including the Google Display Network or while they research Google using correlated terms which refer to our products/services.

For more information concerning the remarketing or to understand the procedure to follow to disable such cookies, you will be able to refer to the following link: and


Facebook uses cookies to put the share functionality at the users’ disposal and a “like” on their dashboard. For more information, you will be able to consult the website page


Twitter uses a cookie to offer users the share functionality on their dashboard. For more information, we invite you to visit the website page: and


Google+ uses cookies to offer the share functionality on their dashboard. For more detailed information, it is necessary to consult the following page

Duration of the cookies 

The cookies have a variable duration, following the selected expiry from the moment they are installed on the browser.

They may be distinguished into:

– Temporary or session (session cookie): used file for the temporary storage of information that allows linking the actions performed during a specific session. They are removed from the computer when closing the browser windows.

– Persistent (persistent cookie): used to store the information which login username and password, to avoid that the user does not need to type them once again when they visit a particular website. Such data remain memorised in the computer even after closing the browser.  

Management cookies 

In compliance with the directives of the Code in the matter of personal data (d.lg. 30th June 2003, n° 196, hereafter “Code”) and, in particular, to Articles 13, subparagraphs 3 and 122, subparagraph 1 and concerning the provision Identification of the simplified procedures for the consensus’ policy and the acquisition of consent about the cookies’ use – 8th May 2014 (Published by the Official Journal n. 126 of 3rd June 2014), you can modify at any moment the consensus required by the cookies.

In the quality of our website users, you will have time to exercise the rights recognised by Article 7 of the D.Lgs. 196/2003 at any time, and in particular, to obtain a copy of the data processed, their upgrade, their origin, their rectification or integration, their cancellation, the transformation in an anonymous form or the block of illegal processing, and to oppose for the reason of unlawful processing.

To exercise these rights. Contact us:

GI.GA Composite S.r.l.
Via Pescara, 49/51/53 66041 Atessa (CH)
VAT NUMBER: IT 02027700695

Suppose you have, for any reason, given your consensus, but you wish to modify the permissions of the cookies. In that case, you will have to delete them through available tools on your browser to be able to remove those previously installed.

We remember once again that there is in no way possible to apply control means to third parties cookies, so if the consensus has already been given, it is necessary to proceed with the cancellation of cookies through the browser (dedicated section) or ask the opt-out plugin directly to third parties or through the website 

The Procedure to follow to deinstall the cookies using the configuration of their browser

For the users who use Google Chrome 

  1. Open Browser Chrome
  2. Click on this present menu on the browser’s toolbar alongside the URL for browsing.
  3. Select Settings
  4. Click on Show Advanced Settings
  5. In the “Privacy” section, click on the button “Content Settings” In the “Cookie” section, you will be able to modify the following settings

– Allow data storage of the local data to be set

– Modify the local data only until the browser is closed.

– Prevent websites from setting cookies.

– Block third-party cookies and the websites’ data.

– Manage the exceptions for some websites.

– Delete one or all cookies.

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For the users who use Mozilla Firefox 

  1. Launch the Browser Mozilla Firefox
  2. Click on this present menu on the browser’s toolbar alongside the URL for browsing.
  3. Select Options 
  4. Select Privacy tab
  5. Click on Show Advanced Settings 
  6. In the “Privacy” section, click on the button “Content Settings”
  7. In the “Tracking” section, it will be possible to modify the following settings related to cookies

– Request the websites not to make any tracking.

– Communicate to the website the willingness to be tracked.

– Not to communicate any preference concerning the tracking of personal data

  1. From the “History” section, it is possible to:

– To enable the “Use custom settings”, select to accept the third-party cookies (always, from the most visited or least visited website) and to store them for a specified period (until their expiry date, from closing Firefox or to ask every time)

– Remove the single cookie stored.

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For the users who use Internet Explorer 

  1. Run Browser Internet Explorer
  2. Click the Tools button and choose Internet Options 
  3. Click on the Privacy tab and, in the Settings section, modify the slider according to the desired action for cookies:

– Block all cookies

– Allow cookies

–  Select the websites to know where to obtain cookies: move the slider in an intermediate position not to block or allow all the cookies, press thus on Websites, in the Website Address Field insert/include a website and thus press Block or Allow.

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For users who use Safari 6 

  1. Run Safari Browser
  2. Click on Safari, choose Preferences and click on Privacy
  3. The Block Cookie section specifies how Safari has to accept cookies from websites.
  4. To view which websites have stored cookies, click on Details 

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For users who use Safari iOS (mobile devices)

  1. Run iOS Safari Browser
  2. Select Settings and then Safari
  3. Select Block Cookies and choose between the options: “Never”, “Third Parties or and advertisers”, or “Always.”
  4. In order to delete all the stored cookies from Safari, Select Settings, then on Safari and finally on Delete Cookies and Data

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For users who use Opera 

  1. Run Opera Browser
  2. Click on Preferences, then on Advanced, and finally on Cookies
  3. Select one of the following options:

– Accept all cookies

– Accept cookies only from the website you visit: the third-party cookies and those sent by a different domain from those being visited will be refused.

– Never accept cookies: all cookies will never be stored.

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