As with all platforms, Demeglio S.p.A. records IP addresses and uses cookies and similar technologies that enable recognition and provide us with information about how users access our platform. This information allows us to personalize and improve the experience on our platform. Below is more information on how we use cookies and similar technologies.


Cookies are small pieces of text, usually composed of letters and/or numbers, sent by the website visited and stored by the software (e.g., a web browser) installed on the device used by the user for navigation. The cookies are then transmitted back to the said website upon the user's next visit.
Cookies allow storing information about visits made by a user to a website and represent a very useful technology because, for example, they enable the functioning of websites, making them more efficient, and provide useful information to website managers. Without cookies or similar technologies, websites would have no way to "remember" information about visitors, such as how many items the user has placed in the shopping cart or whether they have logged in or not.
Cookies can be classified based on:

– Duration: session cookies or persistent cookies;
– Origin: first-party cookies or third-party cookies;
– Purpose: technical cookies, analytical cookies, or profiling cookies.

Cookies that expire at the end of a browser session (usually when a user closes their browser) are defined as session cookies and are useful, for example, for storing a user's purchase order or for security purposes, such as when accessing internet banking or a webmail account. Cookies that are stored for a longer period (between sessions) are called persistent cookies and are useful, for example, for remembering user preferences or serving targeted advertising.
The definition of first-party or third-party refers to the website or domain that installs the cookie. First-party cookies are installed directly by the website that the user is visiting, while third-party cookies are installed by a different domain than the one the user is visiting, for example, when the website incorporates elements from other sites, such as images, social media plugins, or advertisements.
It is worth specifying that the purposes typically served by a cookie can also be achieved through similar technologies, including certain functionalities that allow identifying devices to analyze visits to a website. This policy applies to any technology that stores or accesses information on the user's device. Examples of such technologies include HTML5 local storage, local shared objects (also called flash cookies), and fingerprinting techniques. Device fingerprinting involves combining a series of information to uniquely identify a particular device. Examples of information that device fingerprinting can detect, associate, or infer include:
– Data derived from the configuration of a device;
– Data inferred from the use of specific network protocols;
– Javascript;
– HTTP header information, clock information;
– Installed fonts;
– Plugins installed in the browser.
It is also possible to combine these elements with further information, such as IP addresses or unique identifiers, etc.
From now on, when referring to cookies, this definition will also include other similar technologies.


Based on their purpose, the cookies installed on this site can be categorized into technical cookies, analytical cookies, and profiling cookies.
Technical cookies are necessary for the functioning of the website because they enable functions that facilitate user navigation, such as allowing access to their profile without having to log in every time or selecting the language in which they want to navigate the site without having to set it every time.
Technical cookies are considered strictly necessary because storing information is essential to provide a service requested by the user. Therefore, technical cookies cannot be disabled, and their installation does not require the prior consent of users (under Article 122 of the Privacy Code).
Analytical cookies, which can be first-party or third-party, are installed to collect information on the use of the website. In particular, they are useful for statistically analyzing site access or visits and for allowing the owner to improve its structure, navigation logic, and content. The information collected (including the masked IP address) is used for statistical analysis to improve site usage and potentially to make content more interesting and relevant to user desires.
Analytical cookies are not necessary for the website's functioning; however, since the IP address is masked, the installation of such cookies does not require user consent.
Profiling cookies, which can be first-party or third-party, are used to track user navigation, analyze behavior for marketing purposes, and create profiles regarding tastes, habits, choices, etc. This way, for example, targeted advertising messages related to the user's interests and preferences expressed during online navigation can be transmitted. Social cookies also fall into this category.
Such cookies can be installed on the user's terminal only if they have expressed their consent.


Upon the first access to any page of the site, a banner appears containing brief information and the cookie preferences management panel/a button through which it is possible to accept all cookies. The user can select/deselect individual categories of cookies. Consent to the use of cookies is recorded with a specific "technical cookie."


Users can also express their cookie preferences through the settings of the browser used. By default, almost all web browsers are set to automatically accept cookies, but users can modify the default configuration through the settings of the browser used, which allow deleting/removing all or some cookies or blocking the sending of cookies or limiting it to certain sites.
Disabling/blocking cookies or their deletion could impair the optimal use of certain areas of the site or prevent certain functionalities, as well as affect the functioning of third-party services.
The configuration of cookie management depends on the browser used. Below are the instructions and links to guides for managing cookies in the main desktop browsers:
– Microsoft Edge: Click on the three-dot icon at the top right, then on "Settings." From the left menu, select "Cookies and site permissions" and adjust the cookie settings. For more information: Microsoft Edge - Delete cookies.
– Google Chrome: Click on the three-dot icon at the top right, then on "Settings." Select "Advanced" and in the "Privacy and security" section, click on "Site settings." Adjust the cookie settings by selecting "Cookies and site data." For more information: Google Chrome - Cookies.
– Mozilla Firefox: Click on the three horizontal bars icon at the top right and select "Options." In the window, select "Privacy & Security" to adjust the cookie settings. For more information: Mozilla Firefox - Enable and disable cookies.
– Apple Safari: Select "Preferences" and then "Privacy" to adjust the cookie settings. For more information: Apple Safari - Manage cookies.
– Opera: Select the three horizontal bars icon at the top right, then "Advanced." Select "Privacy & Security" and then "Site settings." From the "Cookies and site data" section, adjust the cookie settings. For more information: Opera - Cookies.
For browsers other than those listed above, refer to the relevant guide to find out how to manage cookies.