This information is made by Convforth s.r.l., with registered offices in Via Zanolini 15, 40126 Bologna (BO) – Italy, registered in the Bologna Register of Companies, 03963391200, Nr. R.E.A.559233, VAT and C.F. 03963391200 (“Convforth”), with reference to the site (“Site”). Warning: When you first visit the Site, if the user does not interact with the consent forms and leaves this extended statement, by clicking on any item above, below or next to it, the user lends Consent to installing cookies.

What are cookies and what they serve

A cookie is a text file that a user-generated website sends to its terminal (computer, mobile device such as smartphone or tablet) where it is stored to be retransmitted to that site on a subsequent visit to the same site. Cookies are distinguished:

Depending on the subject that installs them on the user’s terminal, depending on whether they are the same site manager as the user is visiting (the so-called “first-party cookie”) or a different site that installs cookies for the Via the first site (cd “third party cookies”); According to the purpose of each cookie: some cookies allow the website that installed them to remember, for example, the user-defined preferences during navigation or to make a purchase, authenticate to access restricted areas (cd “cookies Technical “), other cookies allow the site that has installed them to monitor the user’s browsing also in order to send advertisements and / or offer services in line with the user’s preferences while surfing the web (cd” cookies profiling “). Only profiling cookies require prior consent of the user to their use. The Site installs Convforth technical and profiling cookies and third-party profiling cookies, as described in the table below. In particular, cookies installed through the Site, for which the prior consent of the user is required, belong to the categories listed below:

Analytical Cookies

They are used by third parties, even in a disaggregated form, for the management of statistics.

Advertising profiling cookies

They are used to distribute interest-based advertising through Internet surfing.

Retargeting cookies

They are used to send advertisements to people who have previously visited the Site.

Social networking cookies

They are used to share content on social networks.

On the first visit to the Site, you can accept all cookies by completing one of the following actions:

  • By closing the banner, clicking on the X or “OK” in the banner itself;


  • By accessing another area of ​​the site or by clicking on any item on the page (image or link) outside the banner.

On the first visit to the Site, if you do not perform any of the actions described in the banner, but by accessing the extended banner, the user can interact with the individual consensus modules contained in the extended disclosure where you can deny the consent to Installing cookies by clicking on the appropriate link in the “privacy statement and consent form” column of the table below. Warning: If the user does not interact with the consent forms and exits the extended statement, clicking on any item above, below or alongside the same, the user agrees to install the cookies. On subsequent visits to the Site (provided that the user has previously indicated his / her preference regarding the use of cookies, as indicated in steps 1 and 2 above), accessing the extended information through the “Cookie Information” link In the footer of the Site;

Anyway, through the browser settings. The following steps to configure these settings are as follows:

Chrome: Click the menu icon on the top right and select the Settings item. Click the bottom of the page on the Show Advanced Settings link and in the Privacy section, click the Content Setting button. A window opens where to select the Block Third Party Cookies and Site Data, and then click Finish.Cookie Clearance Type chrome://history/ in the address bar then select “Delete navigation data …”. You will find a number of items including “Cookies and other site and plugin data”. Make sure that the check mark is activated at your name and press “Clear Navigation Data”. We recommend that you always check the updated guide by clicking here.

FireFox: Click on the menu icon on the top right and select the Options item. In the top horizontal menu, select Privacy. Under Tracking, select the Ask for Sites option to do no tracking, then click OK.Cookie Clearance Access the options via the menu icon, then select the “Privacy” section. From the History entry choose: “Use custom settings” then click on “Show cookies”. The Cookie window will appear: in the “Search” field, type the name of the site you want to remove the cookies. A list will appear showing cookies related to your search. In the list, select the cookies you want to remove and click the Remove Remove button. To delete all cookies stored on your computer, you can use the “Remove All Cookies” button. However, we recommend that you always check the updated guide by clicking here.

Explorer: Click on the top right arrow icon and select Internet Options. A window opens where to select the Privacy tab. Click Advanced and in the next window select Replace Automatic Cookie Management. After that, select Block from the Third-party Cookie list and check Always accept session cookies. After that, click OK.Cookie Cancellation Select “Tools”, “Internet Options,” then “Delete” from the “History Browsing” pane. You will find a number of items including Cookies. Verify that the check mark is ticked at its name and press “Delete”. (For updated help click here).

Safari: Click the wheel icon in the top right and choose Preferences from the list. A window opens where you click the Privacy icon in the top horizontal menu. Under Block cookie select On sponsor and third party. You can then close the window.Cookie Clearance Click on the “Preferences” menu on the “Tools” menu (CTRL + key combination), then select the Privacy section. Click on “Remove all website data” then confirm your choice. Choose the cookie management policy by choosing an option from the ones proposed by the program, and then close the options window from the top-right lock icon. However, we recommend that you always check the updated guide by clicking here.

For behavioral advertising cookies, you can also set your preferences through the website (the system works with affiliated companies using behavioral cookie cookies).

Cookies used by the Site

Third Party Profiling Cookies that require prior consent of the user:

Google ADWords (Google Inc.) Collecting browsing data to display customized ads. Read the privacy statement and Google ADWords Consent / Deactivation Form

Google Analytics (Google Inc.) Measurement of site visits and purchases made on IBS for analysis purposes. Read the privacy disclaimer. Google Analytics Consent / Deactivation Form Modulo di consenso / Disattivazione di Google Analytics

Facebook Social Plugins Collecting statistical data for sharing content on social networks. Read the privacy disclaimer Consent Form Not Available. Use your browser settings to show your options on this cookie

Google Plus (Google Inc.) Collecting statistical data for sharing content on social networks. Read the privacy disclaimer Google Plus Consent / Deactivation Form Information provided by Convforth pursuant to art. 13 of the Privacy Code

Regarding the information collected by cookies installed directly from the Site, Convforth as a data controller, specifies the following:

As far as technical cookies are concerned, as stated above, it is reaffirmed that the use of such cookies does not require the prior consent of the user since they are cookies necessary to allow navigation within the Site and the proper functioning of the Site same. If technical cookies are removed through browser settings, browsing within the Site may not be possible, in whole or in part; The data is collected only for the purposes and for the duration indicated in the tables above and are treated in computer mode. With respect to third-party cookies, please note that the purpose of such cookies, the logic underlying their processing, and the management of user preferences regarding cookies are not determined and / or verified by Convforth, but by the third party who Provides, as supplier and holder of the treatment, as indicated in the table above. However, irrespective of whether Convforth believes that the user has validly expressed his consent to the installation of cookies, including third parties, Convforth is committed to providing support to the user who requests it at the following address: