Cookie Policy


This Cookie Policy has principal aim to describe how we manage cookies and personal data on


1. Controller of data processing

EXPOSERVICE S.R.L., based in Prato (Po) Italy Via Schio, 40 VAT registration number 02080390970, is the controller of personal data processing according to GDPR and Privacy Policy Code.


2. General information about Cookies

Cookies are usually small text files, which are stored on pc, tablet, and smartphones or on any other device used to surf the web. Some cookies keep track of your movements within the site, help you resume where you left off, remember your registered login, theme selection, preferences, and other customization functions.

Browsing we can collect information related to traffic and visitors on our domain. These information, kept with cookies, are treated safely.

Cookies can help a website to arrange content to match user preferred interests more quickly. They can help you to browse the website and they can help us to better our services, contents and advertising messages related to user’s preferences, analysing browsing habits.

modificato dal Decreto legislativo 28 maggio 2012, n. 69, in recepimento della direttiva europea 2009/136/CE. Our website respects dispositions regarding General Data Protection Regulation, as modified by Legislative Decree 28 May 2012, n 69, according to European legislation.


3. Cookies we use

  • Essential cookies: these cookies are essential for the operation of our site. They permit page loading and right processes.
  • Performance Cookies: others use cookies to analyse how our visitors use our website and to monitor the performance of the website. This allows us to provide a high quality experience for traffic control, data communication, page identification, own panel access, use of safety functions or sharing actions through social networks.
  • Customized Cookies: these cookies permit users to access services inside the page with specific criteria like language, browser’s type or the place where the user is.
  • Statistical Cookies and third-party cookies: these cookies enable us to analyse user behaviour on our website. Using these cookies, we are able to track browsing activities on and we can create users profiles for improvements. These cookies (third-party web services) provide anonymous and aggregate information on how users browse the web site. Cookies used with Google Analytics service are an example on mentioned information. However has created a specific tool to disable Google Analytics on most common browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Opera; this tool helps deactivating this type of cookies. Learn more on this topic visiting this external link:
    Visit this link to learn how to refuse or eliminate Google cookies:
    Visit this link to check Google Privacy Policy:
  • Third-party cookies: we use various providers that may in turn install cookies to provide their services. If you want to learn more about this kind of cookies and to know how to deactivate them, please check the following charts.
  • Advertising and behaviour-based cookies: these cookies store information about user’s behaviour monitoring browsing habits in order to create a specific profile to provide customized ads. On our web site you may observe dedicated ads which are made-to-measure and resulting from your browsing habits.


4. To refuse and deactivate cookies

It is possible to set browsers to accept or to refuse common cookies or being noticed when one cookie has been installed.

  • Using Internet Explorer: Open Internet Explorer and click the Tools button. Next click Internet Options and select the Privacy tab. Under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies, and then click Apply.
  • Using Firefox: Click the menu button and select Content Blocking. The Privacy & Security panel of Firefox Options will open. This is where you can view your settings for Content Blocking, which includes cookies. If Standard is selected, it means that you are using the default settings for content blocking and cookies are enabled. To block cookies: Select the Custom radio button and select the Cookies checkbox.
  • Using Safari: In the Safari app on your Mac, choose Safari – Preferences, click Privacy, then Select “Block all cookies”, then click on OK.
  • Using Google Chrome: On your computer, open Chrome. At the top right, click More Settings. At the bottom, click Advanced. Under “Privacy and security,” click Site settings. Click Cookies. From here, you can: Turn on cookies: Next to “Blocked,” turn on the switch. Turn off cookies: Turn off Allow sites to save and read cookie data.
  • If you are using any other browser, check settings and how to manage cookies.


5. Cookies used on our web site

Cookies technical and statistical aggregate that does not require consent for installation on the user’s terminal.

Cookies technical and statistical aggregate that does not require consent for installation on the user’s terminal.
Technical cookies are those used for the sole purpose of “carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network, or as strictly necessary for the provider as an Company information service explicitly requested by the subscriber or the user to provide this service. They support usual browsing activities and they allow the user to save preferences optimizing whole experience on the web site. Web sites use first-party as well as third-party technical cookies. Technical cookies used on web sites can be divided in following categories:

  •  “user input” cookies: User-input cookies are used to track items that the user, themselves, input into your website. For example, forms and modules appearing during purchasing processes (address entry to send invoices or materials). Or, as in our case, a cookie that remembers the items in a customer’s sh
  • Authentication cookies: cookies used to identify users after log-in, permitting them to authenticate and to access to contents and functionalities after login-in procedure (for example: purchasing operations, access to reserved area);
  • Other functional cookies: cookies used to activate specific functions on web sites and to memorize user’s choices on the web site
  •  “cookie consent”: this cookie shows user’s consent to install profiling cookies doing one of the actions described on banners/brief info boxes; this cookie recognizes the user to the second access so that it will not be necessary to request user’s consent again; it has a duration of 12 months.
  •  Statistical analytics cookies: used by web provider to collect information (in aggregate form) on how many users visit the site and on how they browse web pages.


Other types of cookies and third-party instruments

Some services listed below, collect aggregate and anonymous statistical data and may not request user’s consent or may be managed directly by the Controller without third-party support.If third-party services may be present in the instrument list here below, these third-parties may track user’s behaviour even without Controller’s permission. For detailed information about this topic, it is advisable to read privacy policies of single services.

Interactions with social networks and external pages

These services support interactions with social networks and with other external platform, directly from web pages of this online site. Interactions and details collected on this online site are subjected to privacy settings of each social network.
In case a social network interaction service is installed, it is possible that same service collects data about traffic on pages, even users do not use it.

Button +1 and social widget of Google+ (Google Inc.) Privacy Policy

Button Like and social widget of Facebook (Facebook Inc.) Privacy Policy

Button Tweet and social widget of Twitter (Twitter Inc.) Privacy Policy

Button Pin and social widget of Pinterest (Cold Brew Labs Inc.) Privacy Policy

Buttons and widgets of social ShareThis (ShareThis Inc.) Privacy Policy



Services listed in this section permit monitoring and analysis of web traffic and user’s behaviour by the Controller.

 Google Analytics with anonymous IP (Google Inc.) Privacy Policy – Opt Out

Conversions monitoring of Facebook Ads (Facebook, Inc.) Privacy Policy


Contents hits on external web pages

This type of service permits to visualize contents hosted on external platforms directly from these application pages, interacting with them.

If a service like this is installed, service may collect traffic data about its pages even if users are not using it.

Video Vimeo (Vimeo, LLC) Privacy Policy

Widget Google Maps (Google Inc.) Privacy Policy

Widget Video YouTube (Google Inc.) Privacy Policy

Widget Instagram (Instagram, Inc.) Privacy Policy

Widget Spotify (Spotify AB) Privacy Policy

Meride video (Mosaico Lab Srl ) Privacy Policy


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