Cookie Policy

This website ( uses cookies to ensure its proper functioning and improve the user’s navigation experience.

In accordance with Directive 2009/136/CE and D. Lgs. 196/2003, this document informs users about cookies and similar technologies, how they are used in this site and how to manage them. This document is part of our privacy policy that can be found here.

What cookies are

Cookies are packets of information sent from a web server (from this website) to the user’s browser and automatically memorized on the PC or mobile device, then automatically sent back to the server at each subsequent access, either in the current visit of the website (session cookies) or at a later time (persistent cookies).

Types of cookie

Cookies are used for various purposes. Some of them can facilitate the performance of processes related to browsing the web by automating several of the procedures that would otherwise be repeated each time a user browses a website. Other can enable specific features. There are various categories of cookies:

  • First-party cookies are sent by the website browsed by the user to her/his device in order to make a specific service provided by the site possible.
  • Third-party cookies belong to a domain different from the one shown in the address bar. This sort of cookie typically appears when the site features content from other external websites, which process the user’s data collected by the cookie.

This website deploys both first-party and third-party cookies.

Technical cookies

Our website uses so called “technical cookies” like for example session cookies, functional cookies, analytics cookies.

  • Browsing cookies: cookies that support services you have specifically asked for. They are essential in order to enable you to move around the website and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the website. Without these cookies, services you have asked for cannot be provided.
  • Functionality cookies: they allow the website to remember changes you have made to settings like text size, fonts, language, world region, etc. These cookies cannot track your browsing activity on other websites. In case they are blocked, the ease of navigation might be affected but the essential features of the website will still be there.
  • Analytics cookies: we use these cookies to give us information on how people use our site, such as the number of visitors to our site/service, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they have visited. This function is served by Google Analytics operated by Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. This website does not make use of or allow third parties to use Google Analytics in order to collect or store personal information (e.g. name or address), so this information cannot be used to identify who you are. However, data collected through Google Analytics can be used by Google.

Following the recommendations of the Italian Privacy Protection Authority, we have activated IP anonymization (i.e. Google Analytics will make the IP address of the visitor of this website anonymous as soon as possible). Furthermore, Google Analytics’ “data sharing” setting was modified so that Google can use personal data it collects only if allowed by this website’s administrator. In any case, Google will not share the personal data it collects with any other services it provides. Automatic sending of advertising messages was disabled. Google will not associate the user’s IP address to any other data or attempt to link the IP address to the visitor’s identity. Google might have to transmit personal data to third parties when required by the law, or when such third parties process data on behalf of Google. For further information, see

Website visitors who do not want their data used by Google Analytics can install the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on. To configure the add-on, see No profiling cookies are used in this website.

Third-party cookies

By navigating this site, you agree to receive cookies from third parties based in Italy or abroad.

Third-parties analytics cookies

Our website uses analytics cookies to record anonymous information such as the number of visits to each page, how long each visit was, where the visitor came from (a search engine, another website etc.), his/her age. The data collected is used for advertising purposes. These cookies are sent from domains different from the one shown in the address bar (third-party cookies).

Cookies used to integrate third-party functions/products

Cookies of this type are used to integrate third-party functions into the website (for example, feedback forms or social network icons allowing visitors to share the website contents, or data used to generate maps by services like Google Maps, and so on). Again, they belong to the third-party category.

Also, the so-called social plugins are third-party cookies. They can display information from sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, You Tube and make Facebook ‘Likes’ or ‘Shares’ possible. Social plugins allow the transmission of cookies from and to third-party websites in that they are used to track the user’s navigation and build a profile of hers/his habits, preferences, etc. – which in turn enables the generation of targeted advertising campaigns that are shown in the user’s browser. The way the collected data is processed by third-party domains is described in their privacy policy documentation. The administrator of this website is not responsible for third-party cookies.

For your convenience, here is a list of a few important social websites’ privacy policies:

Informed consent – banner

When accessing the site, the user is presented with a banner containing a brief description of the cookie policy. The user can consent that cookies (first-party or third-party) be used in the ways described in the banner and continue navigating the website by clicking ‘OK’, ‘X’ or any other link on the page.

Opting in and opting out of cookies. Browser settings

The user may prefer to block the use of cookies for this website or for all the websites she/he visits. This can be done by adjusting the browser settings accordingly. If the user navigates the website without configuring the browser options, it is presumed that she/he means to receive all the cookies used by this website and benefit from their related functionalities. However, in case the user opts out of cookies, he/she should be aware that this will likely result in a degraded browsing experience.
Most modern browsers support selectively opting in or out of first-party or third-party cookies. The following is a list of links to instructions for disabling cookies in most popular browsers. Instructions for less popular browsers might be available in their help documentation, which is normally accessible by pressing the F1 key.


Links to other websites

Some pages of this website might contain links to other sites that are not under the control of the administrator of this website. In any case, no personal data are shared with such external websites. Furthermore, the administrator of this website is not responsible for the content, safety, privacy policy of such external websites and cannot be held liable for any inconvenience arising therefrom.

Manager of data processing

The manager of data processing is “Studio legale tributario associato Casalini & Zambon” based in Vicenza, viale Roma 8. An up-to-date list of the data processing managers is available at the offices of the firm.

User’s rights.

More information on cookies can be found on the Italian Privacy Protection Authority’s website ( and other sites (see for example Users can exercise the rights referred to in art. 7 of the Code on Privacy Protection, by filling out the form that can be fetched from the Authority’s site; (however, using this particular form is not strictly required).

Art. 7 of the Code on Privacy Protection:

  1. Data subjects have the right to receive at any time a confirmation of the existence of personal data about them, even if they had not been registered yet, and a notice of such data in an intelligible form.
  2. Data subjects also have the right to be informed on:
    a) source of the personal data about them;
    b) purposes and methods of processing;
    c) logic involved in any automatic processing of data concerning them;
    d) identity of data controller, data supervisors and designated representative as defined in article 5, paragraph 2;
    e) individuals or entities that might receive or come to know in any way the personal data as designated representatives for the State territory, processing officers or appointees.
  3.  Data subjects have the right to obtain:
    a) that personal data about them be updated, corrected or integrated upon request;
    b) erasure, anonymization or blocking of personal data that were unlawfully processed, including data that are unnecessarily detained as to the purposes of the processing for which the data are intended;
    c) a confirmation that the operations described in previous paragraphs (a) and (b) have been notified to those who received or came to know the data, except for the case this obligation is impossible or implies the use of means disproportionate to the protected right.
  4.  Data subjects are entitled to object, entirely or partially:
    a) for any lawful reason, to the processing of their personal data, even when such data are relevant to the purpose of the processing;
    b) to the processing of their personal data in the case such data are used for purposes of advertising, direct sale, market research.

Requests must be sent to “Studio legale e tributario associato Casalini & Zambon” at

Further information on our privacy policy page:

Update on this document: This page is constantly updated.

Last update September 2017.