Cookie Policy


Bertelli&Partners S.r.l. holder of the processing of personal data through the use of cookies and similar technologies from the site, provides you with the following information according to articles 13 and 122 of Legislative Decree of June 30, 2003 N. 196 (below "Code privacy") and the Provv. Gar. May 8, 2014. Some of the cookies used by this site require the user consent. This text provides guidance to enable / disable cookies while browsing.


What Are Cookies?

Cookies are small files stored on users computer's hard drive by the web server they are visiting. They hold information linked to user navigation and can be read by the server that sent them in subsequent browsing sessions. "Third party" cookies are a special kind of cookies, managed from a site other than the one on which the user is surfing but connected to it and they allow to manage particular types of content. Usually images, sounds, links or other items that reside outside of the website visited.  

What are cookies for?

Cookies are used for various purposes, among which are: to facilitate the execution of processes related to browsing the web, in order to automate some of the tasks that would otherwise have to be repeated every time you browse a site; store information related to configurations of the user's terminal; store browsing preferences; monitor technical elements related to the browsing session.

Which cookies are we using:

Our website uses the cookies showed in the following tables: 

First party cookies

Name    Type Purpose Duration
Sc_session technical Session cookie, records the user's viewing preferences (eg language). Until the closing of the browser
Cookie_law technical Persistent cookie used to manage user preferences regarding the use of cookies none

Third party cookies:

Nome    Deadline Purpose Manager/Domain
__utma 2 years  Used to distinguish the users and sessions through numeric codes These are components of the service Google Analytics. For further information on privacy service, click here:
To know the technical details related to the components mentioned web, click here:
To disable Google Analytics click here:
__utmc Until the closing of the browser Used to recognize the user's browsing sessions
__utmz 6 month Used to store information about how the user reached the site
_ga 2 years  Used to distinguish users
_gat 10 minutes Used to manage information tracking navigation
_gali 30 seconds Statistics on visited page

Obtaining valid consent

User consent is collected during his first access to the site, through a header banner that describes some mandatory information related to the cookies used by the same. Continuing the navigation the user accepts the site default settings. To avoid showing the same banner at every access, the site uses cookie technical cookieConsent, which remember the preferences expressed by the user. If he does not wish to give his consent to the use of specific cookies, the user can follow the following instructions.

How to install and remove cookies from the computer


It is possible to decide which cookies to accept through the browser settings that you use to navigate. The default settings of most browsers allows the acceptance of cookies, but you can change these settings by intervening on the browser itself. There are also various types of software that can act on cookies, such as web services or browser add-ons. The browser guide used to browse contains all the information to enable or block cookies. Below we indicate a few shortcuts to get them:

Internet Explorer:
Mozilla Firefox:
Google Chrome:
Apple Safari:


Effects of disabling cookies

In deciding to disable cookies you should take into account their characteristics, to avoid running into changes unwelcome for the site browsing. In particular, disabling technical cookies could prevent the use of some features of the website.


Further information about cookies

Privacy Warrant:


user rights:

Users may contact the data accountable I Bertelli&Partners Srl, Viale Europa, 188/270 37050 Angiari (VR) to exercise the rights expected under Art. 7 of the Privacy Code and to request an updated list of the data accountable.