Cookies Policy

Cookies Policy

Below we propose an explanation of Cookies and how they are used by this website to facilitate use and browsing.

Cookies are small text files sent to the user by the visited website. They are saved on the computer's hard disk, thus allowing the website to recognise the users and store certain information about them, in order to allow or improve the service offered.

There are different types of cookies. Some are necessary in order to browse the Website, others have different scopes such as to guarantee internal safety, administrate the system, perform statistical analyses, understand which sections of the Website are of most interest to the users or offer a personalised visit of the Website.

The Website uses technical and not profiling cookies. The above refers to both the user’s computer and any other device the user might use to connect to the Website.

Technical cookies

Technical cookies are those used for the sole purpose of transmitting information on an electronic communications network, or to the extent strictly necessary for the provider of the company’s information service, explicitly requested by the subscriber or user to provide said service.

They are not used for additional scopes and are normally installed directly by the Data Controller or website manager.

They can be subdivided into browser or session cookies, which guarantee normal browsing and fruition of the website (allowing, for example, purchases or authentication to access reserved areas); analytics cookies, assimilated to technical cookies when used directly by the website manager to collect information, in an aggregate form, regarding the number of users and how they visit the website itself; functional cookies, which allow the user to browse based on a series of selected criteria (for example, language, products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service provided.

The disabling of cookies may limit the possibility to use the Website and prevent the user from fully benefiting from all the functions and services presented on the Website. In order to decide which cookies to accept and which to refuse, following is a description of the cookies used on the Website.

Types of cookies used

First-party cookies:

First-party cookies (that is, cookies that belong to the publisher’s website, who created them) are set by the website visited by the user, the address of which appears in the URL bar. The use of such cookies allows the website to function more efficiently and track visitor behaviour patterns.

Third-party cookies:

Third-party cookies are set by a different domain with respect to the one visited by the user. If a user visits a website and a different company uses that website to send information, these are considered third-party cookies.

Session cookies:
So-called ‘session cookies’ are temporarily saved and then deleted when the user closes the browser. If the user registers on the Website, they may use cookies that collect personal data in order to identify the user during subsequent visits or facilitate access - login to the Website (for example by saving the user’s username and password) and browsing on the Website itself. New Ancorvis also uses cookies for system administration purposes. The Website may contain links to other websites. New Ancorvis does not have any access to, or control over, cookies, web beacons or other tracking technology used by third-party websites that the user may access from the Website, availability, any contents and materials published or obtained through such websites and the relative methods of personal data processing; In this regard, considering the high number of these third-party websites, New Ancorvis expressly denies all liability. The user should check the privacy policy of any third-party websites they visit from the Website for details of the conditions applicable to personal data processing, as the New Ancorvis Privacy Policy only applies to the Website defined above.

Persistent cookies:

Persistent cookies are saved on the user’s device between browser sessions, making it possible to remember the user preferences and actions in a certain website. They can be used for various scopes, for example to remember preferences and choices when the Website is used.

Essential cookies:

These cookies are strictly necessary for the Website to function properly. Without the use of such cookies, certain parts of the Website would not work. They include, for example, cookies that allow access to protected areas of the Website. These cookies do not collect information for marketing purposes and cannot be deactivated.

Functional cookies:

These cookies are needed to recognise a user that returns to visit the Website. They allow contents to be personalised and preferences to be remembered (for example, the selected language or region). These cookies do not collect information that may identify the user. All collected information is anonymous.

Sharing cookies (social links):

These cookies make it possible to share the contents of the Website through social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. To view the respective privacy and cookie policies, it is possible to visit the websites of the social network. In the case of Facebook and Twitter, the user can visit and

Specifically, below is a list of the main cookies used by the Website and relative descriptions and functions, including their duration.

1) Type of Cookie First-party Functional
Purpose Recover the user settings (save the user session and remember certain settings such as accessibility settings)
Duration Persistent cookies
2) Type of Cookie First-party - Functional
Purpose Saves the location of the user and remembers the language settings (in anonymous form)
3) Type of Cookie First-party - Functional
Purpose Personalises the contents of the page based on the device used by the user, their choices and settings (in anonymous form)
4) Type of Cookie Statistics
Origin Google Analytics
Purpose Website statistics
Privacy Google Policies (

How to change cookie settings

The majority of browsers automatically accept cookies, but the user can normally change their settings to disable this function. It is possible to block all types of cookies, or accept to receive only some and disable others. The “Options” or “Preferences” section in the browser menu will make it possible to avoid receiving cookies and other user tracking technologies. Alternatively, it is also possible to consult the “Help” section of the tool bar in the majority of browsers.

It is also possible to select the browser used from the list below and follow the instructions: - Internet Explorer; - Chrome; - Safari; - Firefox; - Opera. From a mobile device: - Android; - Safari; - Windows Phone; - Blackberry.

For more information about cookies and to manage cookie preferences (first and/or third-party) users are invited to visit the platform We remind you however, that disabling browser or functional cookies may cause the Website to malfunction and/or limit the service offered by New Ancorvis.