Cookie Policy


This information is provided for the "" website (hereinafter also referred to as the "Website") and concerns the use of cookies.

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Definition of Cookies

A cookie is a small piece of data that a Website stores on a visitor's computer or mobile device. When using the Web Site, one or more cookies are sent to the User's device. Thanks to cookies, the Website remembers minimal amounts of information related to the User's actions and preferences (e.g. login, language, font size and other display settings) so that they do not have to be re-entered when returning to the site or navigating from one page to another. Cookies also make it possible to analyse the use of the services and content provided by the Website in order to optimise the User's browsing experience and the services offered.

Typologies of Cookies

The website uses both session and persistent cookies, as well as first-party and third-party cookies:

  • First party cookies are cookies set by Web Sites that the User is visiting. Only those Web Sites can read them. In addition, a Web Site could potentially use an outside service to analyse how people use the site;
  • Third-party cookies are cookies set by other parties on the User, a visitor to the DINOVA Website;
  • Session cookies are cookies stored on the User's computer that are automatically deleted when the browser is closed;
  • Persistent cookies are cookies stored on the User's computer that are not automatically deleted when the browser is closed. Persistent cookies are used to re-identify the User the next time the User visits the Website.

We report the use of cookies and similar technologies for services tailored to the User's profile:

Strictly necessary Cookies

Strictly necessary cookies allow you to move around the Website and use essential functionalities. The installation of these cookies does not require the User's consent, in fact by browsing the site you implicitly consent to their use.

DINOVA uses cookies that are strictly necessary for:

  • Remember the information entered in the forms on your website;
  • Identifying the User as logged in to its Web Site;
  • Ensuring that the user is connected to the right service when making changes to the way the website works.

Strictly necessary cookies will NOT be used for:

  • Collect information that could be used to advertise products or services to the User;
  • Remember preferences or user name beyond the current visit;
  • Customising the Website and the relevant services provided (such as remembering data from the User so that they do not have to re-enter them when using or next visiting the Website and the relevant services provided).

Other cookies that may be used for (if accepted by the User):

  • Customising the Website and the relevant services provided, such as remembering the User's data so that they do not have to be re-entered during use or on the next visit to the Website and the relevant services provided;
  • Providing customised advertising, content and information tailored to the User's profile
  • Monitor aggregated site utilisation metrics such as total number of visitors and page views;
  • Keeping track of how the User navigates the Website in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the User while surfing the Web.

Use of Pixels in E-mails

DINOVA's e-mails often contain a web beacon pixel unique to the campaign to check how many times the sent e-mails are opened and how many and which clicks are made on links or ads within the e-mail. This information is used for the following purposes:

  • determine which emails are the most interesting for users;
  • determine the activities and involvement of Users with the products and services offered;
  • inform advertisers (in aggregate) how many users clicked on their advertisements.

The pixel will be deleted when the User proceeds to delete the e-mail.

If you do not wish to have the pixel downloaded to your device, please select (manifest) that you wish to receive e-mails in plain text instead of HTML via your e-mail provider's settings.

Cookie Policy