Cookie Law

Extended information on cookies installed by the website (hereinafter the “Site”), pursuant to Regulation (EU) 679/2016 (“RGPD”) and national law.


LAPORTA GROUP SRL [with registered office in Via Fanfani 2/D 50127 Firenze VAT ID IT 05652760488 E-mail, Switchboard +39 05505461 ], HOSTESS & PROMOTER SL. [with registered office in Barcelona (Spain), 08005, calle Pujades, 51 – box 45, VAT number ES B66527441] and HP ITALY S.R.L. [with registered office in Florence (FI), via Pietro Fanfani, 2/D, CAP 50127, C.F./P.I. n° 06689470489, Email, PEC, Switchboard +39 05505461, Fax +39 0550540185], hereinafter referred to as the “Companies”, as joint controllers of the treatment or, individually, as data controllers, use cookies in order to improve the navigation of the user (“interested”) on the Site.

Definition of cookies – Cookies are small text files that the sites visited send to the browser used by the visitor for navigation and in which they are stored and then sent back to the same sites on the next visit by the same user. Their use is for different purposes: execution of computer authentication, monitoring of sessions, storage of information on specific configurations set by the user (eg. the language), etc..

Types of cookies – Cookies received by the user on his or her computer or other device may be set either by the owner of the sites, or by different sites or web servers on which some elements of the site that the user is visiting reside, such as, for example, images, maps, sounds, links to web pages of other domains, etc. (generally, these different sites or web servers belong to platform providers for the creation of web sites, which set certain cookies in order to collect and use useful information for sending advertising). Depending on the person who sets and sends cookies, they differ:

First part cookies, to indicate the cookies set and sent by the site that the user is visiting;

Third party cookies, to indicate the cookies set by a site or web server other than the site you are visiting.

The distinction is made in order to identify their respective roles and responsibilities, as the owner of a site is the owner of the treatment of cookies installed by its site and not to third party cookies, for the latter there is only the obligation to include in its statement the updated link to the information and consent forms of third parties (obligation that, in the case of indirect contacts between the owner of the site and third parties, as in the case where the first has turned to dealers, can be fulfilled by linking to the site of the intermediary where the links to third parties are collected).

Another important distinction must be made on the basis of the purpose for which cookies are used, so a distinction is made between: Technical cookies: are those used to ensure the user the best use of the site and are distinguished in turn in:

Navigation or session cookies, which guarantee normal navigation and use of the website (allowing, for example, to make a purchase or authenticate to access restricted areas);

Cookie analytics, which are assimilated to technical cookies when used directly by the owner of the site to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and the methods and timing of navigation;

Function cookies, which allow the user to navigate according to a series of selected criteria (for example, the language, the products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service provided to the same;

Profiling cookies: are those used to collect information about the user in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the same in the context of surfing the web.

The installation of technical cookies does not require the prior consent of users, but the obligation to provide information pursuant to art. 13 RGPD.

Another distinction, finally, is based on the time of permanence (duration) of cookies on the user’s device, so they differ in:

Session cookies: are those automatically deleted when you stop visiting the site or when you close your browser;

Persistent cookies: those stored in the user’s device permanently until they expire or are deleted by the user.

Cookies operating on the site – The following cookies are used on the Site:

Acceptance or rejection of cookies – As already mentioned, the installation of technical cookies does not require the prior consent of the user, without prejudice to the obligation to provide information.

For the installation of profiling cookies, however, given their invasiveness in the private sphere of users, the European and Italian legislation provides that the user must be informed about the use of the same and the need for his consent. For this reason, when accessing any page of the site, a banner (information band) is activated that contains a brief information on cookies (including a link to this extended information) and on the request for consent; consent can be expressed in a simplified manner with the methods indicated in the banner, or selectively following the instructions provided in the paragraph below.

Failure to give consent has no other effect than that of not being able to offer the user the correct use of the site.

Management of cookies – If the user has doubts or concerns about the use of cookies, he can always intervene to prevent the installation and reading, both through the settings of the browser used by the user, or through the site.

Through the browser.

To disable cookies, please note that most browsers are set to accept cookies automatically and that the user, however, can change these settings in order to block cookies or to be warned of sending cookies to your device. Below are links to web pages that contain instructions on how to manage cookies by changing your browser settings.



Internet Explorer:



If a different browser is used, the user must search the browser settings for how to manage cookies.

Through the website.

For technical cookies, the user can prevent them from being stored on his or her device by means of the “Google Analytics Deactivation Browser Add-on”, which is provided by Google on the corresponding website (link: To activate the component, which inhibits the system of sending information about the user’s visit, simply follow the instructions on the screen, then close and reopen the browser. In any case, the Company invites you to visit the website to learn how to refuse or delete cookies by Google (link:, as well as the website to view the privacy policy of Google (link:

For profiling cookies, you can prevent them from being stored on your device by using the deselection methods described above (add, if necessary: and, in the case of third-party cookies, through the following web page: http://www…………………….).

Purpose and legal basis of the processing. – Navigation data and data obtained through cookies will first be processed in order to ensure the correct use of the Site, and also, if the user has given consent, may be used:

For the elaboration of studies, surveys, analyses and statistical and/or market research, individual or group, in relation to your preferences for our services, in order to offer a personalised service and to promote initiatives that could be of interest to the user;

To contact and/or send you information material and invitations to events related to the services offered by the Company.

Methods of treatment – The data will be processed by computer and with technical and organizational methods such as to ensure the logical and physical security and confidentiality.

Recipients – The data will be processed by the subjects designated by the Companies, pursuant to art. 28 RGPD, as data processors (e.g. providers of technical services of an IT nature for technical tasks instrumental to the management and maintenance of the Site; providers of marketing services for the tasks of analysis and organization of data), as well as by the staff authorized to the processing under the direct authority of the Companies.

Outside of these cases, the data will not be disclosed, transferred to a third country or international organization, or communicated to third parties, except where disclosure to third parties is required by national or European Union law.

Data retention. – The data collected through first party cookies will have