Cookies policy

The website uses cookies and similar technologies to guarantee the correct functioning of processes and improve the user's experience of the online applications. This document gives detailed information about cookies usage by poltronesofà S.p.A. and how to manage them.
What are cookies and what are they used for?
A cookie is a small text file embedded in your hard drive by the server of the site you are visiting. This file is neither a virus nor spyware. Cookies are used to make surfing on the web easier for you. What actually happens when you visit a website for the first time is that the site's server sends a file to your computer, which installs itself automatically on the disk. Thanks to this cookie, your web experience is automatically customised.
Types of cookies
There are three different types of cookies:
  • Session cookies. These are mainly used by online shops and allow you to keep items in your basket when shopping online. These cookies expire when the browser is closed.
  • Permanent cookies These remain in operation, even when you have closed the browser. They remember your login details and password so you don't have to type them in every time you use the site. The law concerning permanent cookies stipulates that they need to be deleted after a period of six months.
  • Third-party cookies: These are installed by third parties with the aim of collecting certain information to carry out various research into behaviour, demographics etc. The website includes Google Analytics cookies, a traffic analysis tool supplied by Google, Inc. ("Google"). They are third-party cookies gathered and managed anonymously to monitor and improve the website's performances (performance cookies). Google Analytics uses cookies to gather and analyse anonymously the information about how the website is used. This website does not use Google's traffic analysis tool in order to gather or use personal information or to identify its visitors. Google does not associate the IP address to any other data owned by Google nor tries to link an IP address to the visitor's identity. Google can communicate this information to third parties when this is imposed by law and when those third parties manage said information on Google's behalf.
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