Cookies Policy

What are cookies? Cookies and web storage technologies, such as local and session storage ("cookies"), make interaction on our site simpler and easier.
For example, they are text files that are downloaded from your browser onto the device you use when you visit our site.
As you interact with technologies on our site, such as scripts, pixels and tags from third-party providers, which we integrate for advertising purposes, you also set cookies on your device.
In the following sections, you will find more information and details within the corresponding lists regarding the use of these technologies and how you can change your settings accordingly.
What cookies help you with. Seamless experience.
The different functions of cookies make your online experience much simpler and more interactive. For this to happen, however, you will need to use the same device and browser. Some specific cookies are essential to the operation and maintenance of the site and allow us to:
- Provide you with 24/7 access to the services you have requested;
- Provide you with timely and consistent information;
- Ensure you enjoy a seamless and convenient experience;

Acknowledge and respond.
Cookies also help us understand how you use and interact with our site so that you don't have to enter the same information again. For example, they are used to remember your preferences and user ID when you visit our site. If we know your settings and preferences, we can:
- Personalise your experience, helping you to continue your journey and navigate to the most relevant pages more efficiently;
- Remember certain personal preferences, such as language settings and configurations;
- Direct you to useful content.

Continuous improvement.
Cookies help us improve our site by observing how our visitors use it. We analyse the most popular content and suggest other content that might interest them or that they might find useful. This allows us to:
- Understand how visitors use the site so that we can improve not only the site itself but also their experience
- Try out different ideas and display the most relevant content for individual visitors
Categories of cookies In the following, cookies will be categorised according to their function and purpose, and we will describe how each is used and managed.

You are in control.
You have not yet accepted cookies on our site.
If you click on the 'Accept all cookies' button, all categories of cookies requiring consent will be activated automatically. If you click the 'Reject cookies' button, the categories of cookies that require consent will remain deactivated, as will the categories of cookies that are generally activated once you visit our websites, based on our interest.
Cookies for marketing purposes We use them to:
- Make advertising content on websites or online banner ads more relevant to you and your specific interests
- Create online advertising that engages the right people with the right information
- Prevent the continuous repetition of the same ads

Cookies and options in detail
These cookies are used to deliver advertising and other marketing communications that are relevant to you and your interests. They remember whether or not you have visited a site and share this information with other organisations, such as advertisers or advertising agencies. If selected, other partners may use the advertising and targeting cookies used by third parties so that they can profile your interests and show you relevant ads on other sites. An additional benefit is the possibility to use them to limit the number of times you see an advertisement in order to avoid excessive exposure. To get more details or to express your preferences and exercise your rights, please refer to the links in the following list of cookies which shows, for all of them, the codes of the integrated third parties (e.g. tags/scripts/pixels). Due to the specific nature of such processing in the context of the user's private sphere, European and Italian law requires that the user be adequately informed about the use of such processing, thus expressing his or her valid consent, as well as being able to revoke it at any time. Please note that revoking consent to cookies for marketing purposes does not mean that you will see less advertising, only that it will not be tailored to your needs.
• Ca_Facebook
• Google (Google Analytics, Google Marketing Platform, Google Ads)
• Facebook Custom Audience, Facebook Connect
Performance and statistical cookies We use them to:
- Discover your interaction with our site
- Find out more about your personal navigation between pages
- Improve the site and customise it to your needs

Cookies and options in detail

Performance and statistical cookies collect information about how visitors interact with our site. This allows us to view the pages you visit to get a full picture of your browsing experience. Information that can be directly linked to you is not collected or stored. The information collected through these cookies will be further processed in an aggregated and therefore anonymous manner. The exclusive purpose of these cookies is limited to improving the performance of the site and personalising the experience according to your preferences and needs; in this regard we specify that the legal basis is the execution of a contract ex art. 6, letter b) of EU Regulation 679/2016. Fantic is committed to using this information to create added value for its visitors. The law provides that cookies used for statistical analysis of accesses/visits to the site with the exclusive purpose of performance and statistics collect information in aggregate form, can be used even in the absence of explicit consent. The purpose of performance cookies is to gain a better understanding of how users behave on the site from the moment they log on. However, you can deactivate cookies at any time via your browser settings.
• AP.NET_SessionId
• _ga
Functional cookies • Remembering your favourite models and selected extras
• Provide multimedia content according to your technical requirements
• Keep your data protected when logged in

Cookies and options in detail

Functional cookies allow a website to store information that has already been entered (such as usernames and language choices) so that it can provide better and more convenient functionality. For example, a website can provide local information if it uses a cookie to store the province in which the user is currently located. Functional cookies are also used to enable functions requested by the user, such as video playback, but are only used after this function has been activated by the user. The law stipulates that cookies implanted in the user's/contractor's terminal equipment directly by the owner of the individual website can also be used without explicit consent. These cookies are activated in order to provide a website that is designed for optimal user-friendliness immediately upon access; in this regard, we specify that the legal basis is the performance of a contract pursuant to Art. 6(b) of EU Regulation 679/2016. However, you can deactivate functional cookies at any time via your browser settings. These cookies cannot be used to identify you personally or to establish a connection with you as a person and cannot track your movements on other sites.
• CookieMarketing, Cookies performance & statistiche, Cookies funzionali
• RequestVerificationToken
Other useful information - What do you need to know about cookies?
Cookies help to provide a better and faster experience. A cookie is a small text file whose job it is to store Internet settings. Almost every website uses cookies. They are downloaded from your browser when you first visit a site so that the next time you visit with the same device, the site with the original cookie setting active recognises that you have been here before and, in some cases, adapts what is displayed on the screen to take this into account. In this way, the site can be made more relevant not only to your interests but also to your personal needs. The following cookies are synonymous with HTML5 Session Web Storages and HTML5 Local Web Storages.

- First party cookies
First party cookies are cookies that it implements on the site you are visiting and interacting with when you continue to browse our websites (e.g. the configurator domain).

- Third party cookies
Our websites may also contain content from other websites that may use their own cookies. These cookies are set by third parties other than the owner of the site you are visiting. These third parties may set cookies during your visit to the site and may then receive information from you, such as a site load. To find out more about their use of cookies visit their site. You can find details of the respective third party controlling that third party cookie in the detailed description above. If you have decided that you do not wish to accept third party cookies, you can object to or revoke your consent to these cookies by using the appropriate link available within the section describing the third party cookie. If you reject all third party cookies, you will only be provided with those features on our site that we can provide without such cookies. Sections of our website which potentially have the technical means to embed third-party content and therefore set third-party cookies will not be available in this case. A specific message will provide you with information about this. If in this case you still wish to use the content of the site, this is only possible if you accept the use of cookies that require your consent.

- What happens if you refuse cookies?
In the case of cookies that require consent, we will accept your decision and not use such cookies. If you revoke your consent, we will no longer use the cookies that were active when you initially visited our site, nor the cookies that require consent. We will delete them if they are first-party cookies. This means, however, that in the case of functional cookies, you will not be able to take advantage of all the features and functionality of our website. Similarly, you can object to performance cookies. However, by doing so, you are not allowing us to learn what you like and dislike about our site so that we can make it better. Also, please note that we cannot delete third party cookies. If you wish to delete all third party cookies, you must do so by accessing the third party's link. Finally, we would also like to point out that withdrawing consent to cookies for marketing purposes will not mean that you will see less advertising, it will only mean that the advertising you see will not be tailored to your needs.

- Managing browser cookies
You can manage (enable/disable and delete) the cookie settings on our site via the features above, but also by changing your browser settings. Most browsers allow you to manage cookies by accepting or rejecting all cookies or by accepting only certain types of cookies. The procedure for managing and deleting cookies can be found in the online help integrated into your browser.

It is important to note that if you change your settings and block certain cookies, you may not be able to take full advantage of certain features of our site and we may not be able to provide certain content that you have previously viewed or used.
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