Cookie Policy

What is a cookie and what is it used for?

A cookie is a small string of text that a site sends to the browser and saves it on your computer when you visit websites. Cookies are used to make websites work more efficiently, to improve their performance, but also to provide information to the owners of the site.

What type of cookies does Artesole s.r.l. and for what purpose?

Our site uses different types of cookies, each of which has a specific function, as indicated in the table below:

Navigation cookiesThese cookies allow the site to function properly and are used to collect information on how visitors use the site. This information is used to compile reports and help us improve the site. Cookies collect information anonymously, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors came from and the pages they visited.
Analytical cookiesThese cookies are used, for example, by Google Analytics to process statistical analysis on how users navigate the site through computers or mobile applications, on the number of pages visited or the number of clicks made on a page while browsing a site. Click here for an overview of Google’s privacy
Third party cookiesThese cookies are used by third party companies. The use of these cookies does not normally imply the processing of personal data. Third-party cookies derive from advertisements from other sites, such as advertisements, present on the website displayed. They can be used to record the use of the website for marketing purposes.

How can i disable cookies?

Most browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) are configured to accept cookies. However, most browsers allow you to control and also disable cookies through your browser settings. We remind you, however, that disabling navigation or functional cookies can cause the site to malfunction and / or limit the service offered.
To change the settings, follow the procedure indicated by the various browsers that you can find under “Options” or “Preferences”.
To learn more about cookies read the legislation.