Dear Data Subject, we would like to inform you that “Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data” (henceforth “GDPR”) stipulates that the protection of natural persons concerning the processing of their personal data is a fundamental right. In accordance with Article 13 of the GDPR, we therefore inform you that:

  1. CATEGORIES OF DATA: Perissinotto SPA will process your personal data as follows:
  2. Automatically collected data.Computer systems and applications used in the operation of this website detect, in the course of their normal operation, certain data (whose transmission is implicit in the use of internet communication protocols) which could potentially be associated with identifiable users. Such data includes the IP addresses and domain names of computers used by visitors to the website, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) addresses of any request made, the time of the request, the method used to forward the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the numerical code indicating the status of the response given by the server (successful, error etc) and other parameters concerning the user’s operating system, browser and digital environment. This data is processed for the time strictly necessary and for the sole purpose of gaining statistical information regarding use of the website and to verify its correct operation. The provision of such data is obligatory, since it is directly connected to the web browsing experience.
  3. Data provided voluntarily by the user.The explicit and voluntary sending of emails to the addresses indicated for this website’s various channels of access does not constitute a request for consent, and the completion of specific forms entails the subsequent acquisition of the user/sender’s email address and data, which are necessary in order to respond to requests arising and/or to deliver the requested service. The voluntary sending by you of emails to our email addresses does not require any further information or requests for consent. On the contrary, summaries of specific information will appear or be seen on website pages used to request particular services (forms). The user must therefore give explicit consent to the use of data provided in such forms in order to send the request.
  4. This website uses cookies. Data collected by cookies may be used to access parts of the website, for statistical purposes or to make the browsing experience more efficient and enjoyable in the future, by monitoring the behaviour of users and altering the provision of content accordingly. For further information, please consult the dedicatedcookie policy.
  5. SOURCES OF PERSONAL DATA: Personal data held by Perissinotto SPAis collected directly from the data subject.
  6. DATA CONTROLLER: The data controller is Perissinotto SPA, VIA Pascoli,17 – 20090 VIMODRONE (MI), VAT number 00745780155 contactableby telephone on+39 02250731or by email at
  7. CONTACT DETAILS OF THE DATA PROTECTION OFFICER: The data controller is not obliged to provide details of the DPO.
  8. PURPOSES AND LEGAL BASIS OF DATA PROCESSING: The legal basis for the processing of your data is your consent, and processing is carried out for the following purposes:
  9. To improve the browsing experience;
  10. To respond to specific requests using information received by contact emails or the completion of forms;
  11. To monitor the behaviour of users and modify the provision of content accordingly;
  12. RECIPIENTS OF DATA: Within the limits pertaining to the purposes indicated, your data may be disclosed to partners, consultancy firms or private companies authorised by the data controller or by law, or to fulfil specific requests made by you. Your data will not be otherwise divulged under any circumstances. The appointed data controllers and data processors are duly identified in the Privacy Statement, which is regularly updated.
  13. TRANSFER OF DATA OVERSEAS: Data collected may be disclosed to foreign partners of the company for the sole purpose of providing the services requested.
  14. PERIOD OF DATA RETENTION: Data collected will be retained for a period of time no longer than is necessary to fulfil the purposes for which it is processed (“storage limitation principle”, article 5, GDPR) or in accordance with the expiry dates stipulated by law. Checks are regularly made on the obsolescence of data stored in relation to the purposes for which it collected.
  15. RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECT: The data subject has the right at any time to request from the data controller access to data regarding him or her, the rectification or erasure of such data, restriction on or objection to data processing, and to request the portability of data, to withdraw consent to processing; these and other rights stipulated by the GDPR may be exercised simply by informing the controller. The data subject may also lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
  16. OBLIGATORY NATURE OF CONSENT OR OTHERWISE: The provision of your data is obligatory during browsing on our website in accordance with points E.1 and E.2 above, in order to ensure correct delivery of its services. However, consent to data processing is optional for point E.3, and failure to provide it will not compromise the provision of services.
  17. METHODS OF DATA PROCESSING: Personal data provided by you will be processed in accordance with the aforementioned regulation and the privacy obligations undertaken by the controller. Data will be processed using both digital and paper methods and any other suitable medium, in compliance with the appropriate security measures as outlined in article 5, paragraph 1, point f of the GDPR.


Cookies are small text files sent by a website to the user’s terminal (usually the browser), where they are stored and re-transmitted to the website on the same user’s next visit. A cookie cannot refer to any other item of data on the user’s hard drive, transmit viruses or acquire email addresses. Every cookie is unique to the user’s browser. Some functions of cookies may be transferred to other technologies. In this document, the term ‘cookie’ refers both to cookies in the normal sense of the word, and to all similar technologies.

The use of cookies makes it possible to record information about your preferences, such as pages viewed, files downloaded from our website or other similar actions carried out while navigating our website.

Cookies can be first-party or third-party; “first-party” refers to cookies developed by the owner of the website itself, while “third-party” refers to cookies developed by third parties, rather than the owner of the website.

There are several types of cookies:

Technical cookies
Technical cookies are those used solely for the purpose of “carrying out the transmission of a communication on an electronic communications network, or insofar as this is strictly necessary to the provider of an information society service that has been explicitly requested by the contracting party or user to provide said service” (article 122, paragraph 1 of the Privacy Code).

They are not used for any other purposes and are normally installed directly by the owner or manager of the website. They can be divided into:

– Browsing or session cookies, which enable normal navigation and use of the website (e.g. allowing users to make purchases or identify themselves in order to access restricted areas); these are in fact necessary for the correct functioning of the website;

– Analytics cookies, similar to technical cookies when used directly by the manager of the webside to collect aggregated information regarding the number of users and they way they visit the website, in order to improve the functioning of the site;

– Functionality cookies, which allow the user to navigate the website on the basis of a series of selected criteria (e.g. language, products selected for purchase) in order to improve the services provided to users. Prior consent is not required from users for this installation of this type of cookie (more information in the paragraph “Managing Cookies” below).

Profiling cookies
Profiling cookies are aimed at creating user profiles and are used to send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the user during their navigation on the web.

The user’s consent must be requested for the use of profiling cookies. According to regulation 229 of 8 May 2014, the user must be able to give or refuse consent to the installation of profiling cookies when these are present.

In the case of third-party cookies, the website does not have direct control over individual cookies and cannot monitor them (it cannot install them directly or delete them). However, you can manage this type of cookies through your browser settings (follow the instructions given below), or via the websites listed in the “Managing Cookies” section.

Users are therefore invited to consult the website of the third party indicated below.

Here is the list of cookies present on the website:

Name of cookie Purpose First or Third party Web reference
CONSENT Statistical Third party
NID Statistical Third party
PHPSESSID Technical First party
Cookie-law-consent Technical First party
_pk_cvar* Technical First party
_pk_id* Technical First party
_pk_ref* Technical First party
_pk_ses* Technical First party
_pk_testcookie* Technical First party
_icl_current_language Technical First party
g1_phreheader_open_on_startup Technical First party
_icl_current_admin_language_d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e Technical First party
_icl_current_language Technical First party
_vis_opt_exp_24_combi Technical First party
_vis_opt_exp_24_goal_1 Technical First party
_vis_opt_s Technical First party
_vis_opt_test_cookie Technical First party
_vwo_uuid Technical First party
_vwo_uuid_v2 Technical First party
wordpress_e0ba6609fdd9fdd264ce692f7614fa2d Technical First party
wordpress_logged_in_e0ba6609fdd9fdd264ce692f7614fa2d Technical First party
wordpress_test_cookie Technical First party
wp-settings-1 Technical First party
wp-settings-time-1 Technical First party

DURATION OF COOKIES, the duration of cookies is dictated by their expiry date (or by a specific action such as closing the browser); this is set at the time of installation. Cookies may be:

  • temporary or sessional (session cookies): these are used to store temporary information or link actions carried out during a particular session, and are deleted from the computer when the browser is closed;
  • permanent (persistent cookies): these are used to store information such as username and password, in order to prevent the user from having to enter them again each time he or she visits a given website. They are stored in the computer even after the browser has been closed.

Once the connection to this website has ended, session cookies are not stored. The digital systems used by this website use temporary cookies only.

MANAGING COOKIES, you can disable cookies from websites by downloading the appropriate software such as Ghostery ( for your browser and by disabling the use of individual cookies. Alternatively, you can activate the “anonymous browsing” mode – this is a function which allows you to browse without leaving a trace of your data on the browser. Such a function only means your browsing data is not saved.

Alternatively, you can disable/delete cookies via your browser’s settings panel.

ACCEPTING AND REFUSING COOKIES, by browsing this website, closing the informative banner or clicking on or scrolling any part of the page to view further content, you accept our Cookie Policy, and cookies will be installed and collected. If you decline to accept cookies by leaving the site, any cookies already installed locally on your browser will remain stored there but will not be read or used by us unless and until the Policy is subsequently accepted. You can remove such cookies at any time by the methods stated above.