Surfing on the website (also website below) means that cookies and similar tools are sent to the user’s terminal.
Therefore, this document gives website users the information on the cookies used or whose installation is consented to.


A ‘cookie’ is a small text file created in the user’s computer when it accesses a certain site with the aim of storing and transporting information. Cookies are sent by a web server (the computer with the website visited) to the user’s browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) and stored on their computer; they are then sent to the website again at subsequent visits.
The user may also receive cookies from different sites (so-called ‘third-party’ cookies) on her/his terminal when surfing; these are set directly by the managers of those websites and used for the purposes and in the ways they have defined.


The site uses technical cookies, analytics cookies and cookies and similar profiling tools of third parties.

First-party cookies

Technical cookies

The site uses technical cookies for which, in accordance with current legislation, no consent is required from the person concerned.

In more detail, the site uses:

These cookies record the user’s choice on authorising the release of profiling cookies, shown by clicking ‘OK’ on the banner, thus preventing the brief information in the banner from reappearing if the user returns to the website again within thirty days.

Third-party cookies

Some non-technical, third-party cookies are installed through the site, activated by clicking on the ‘OK’ button in the banner that the user sees when s/he accesses the website.
Details of the individual third-party cookies are given below and also the link for the user to receive further information and ask for the deactivation of the cookies.

Google Analytics

The site uses Google Analytics for analysis.
This is a web analysis service supplied by Google which uses cookies that are deposited in the user’s computer to permit statistical analysis on the use of the website visited. Please also note that Google uses not only cookies but also a pixel tag (
The data generated by Google Analytics is stored by Google as indicated in the information here:
The storage time has been set at 50 months.
For information on privacy, please see for the Google LLC (‘Google’), which is a member of the Privacy Shield and operates as data processor for this service.
The link is the additional component of the browser to deactivate Google Analytics.

Facebook cookies

The site uses the Facebook pixel for on-line remarketing and advertising.
See the link for further information, including deactivation.

Google ADWords

The site uses Google Adwords for remarketing.
This is a service offered by Google which leads to the installation of cookies and pixels used to offer adverts more in line with the user’s interests. These tools are used by the data controller of the site for remarketing.
Go to - - for the Google privacy information and deactivation.


Except for the technical cookies strictly necessary for normal surfing, the installation of other cookies is left to the user, who can authorise it by clicking the ‘OK’ button in the banner with brief information.
The installation of cookies that are not technical ones can be avoided through the functions available in the browser.
If the user decides not to authorise installation of cookies that are not technical, s/he can still surf in the site.


Without prejudice to the above on technical cookies, the user can eliminate other cookies using the methods indicated in this information in the part listing the cookies used, or directly from her/her browser.
Please note that each browser has different procedures for managing settings. The user can obtain specific instructions through the links below.

For users surfing from mobile devices, please note that the system configurations for the exclusion of cookie storage or to cancel them varies according to the brand and/or model of device used and so the manufacturer’s instructions must be consulted.
Go to for information on the cookies stored on the user’s terminal and their individual deactivation.


The law gives the person concerned the right to ask the data controller for access to personal data and its rectification, erasure, restriction of or objection to its processing in addition to the right to data portability.

The person concerned may assert their rights at any time, without formality, contacting the data controller via email at

The rights given by current legislation on the protection of personal data are set out in detail below.

The person concerned is also informed that, if they believe their personal data is being processed in breach of the provisions of the GDPR, they have the right to complain to the Authority, as set out by Art. 77 of the Regulations or apply to the appropriate Courts (Art. 79 of the Regulations).


The Data Controller is Rocco Rossitto, Via Solferino 63, 95124 Catania, VAT No. 04669890875.

See the indications in the list shown in this document for data controllers of the processing of data acquired through third-party cookies.


Further information on personal data processing is available in the privacy policy accessed from the site footer.