The data you provide will be processed in accordance with current privacy law, and in particular with the provisions of the Italian Privacy Code, Legislative Order 196/2003 (“the Code”).



For security, and also to comply with specific legal obligations, the technical details of the user’s connection are recorded in a text file (known as a “log file”) stored in the server’s memory.

That log file contains various technical details such as:

  • the visitor’s IP address;
  • the date and time of access;
  • the page displayed;
  • the web page from which the user arrived at this page (if any);
  • the browser and operating system used.

The identity of the person responsible for the connection could be discovered from these details, but only after special technical checks which may only be carried out with the authority of a court. Under no circumstances will our operators be able to decide for themselves to trace visitors’ identities using these browsing details, nor will they cross-match them with data from other sources which may be in our possession so as to track individual users around the Internet.


The purpose of this Notice, provided under the privacy regulator’s General Order of 8 May 2014 and Arts. 13 and 122 of the Code, is to give users certain information relating to the cookies we use and the way you can make an informed decision about how to deal with cookies.


A “cookie” is a small text file created on the user’s computer when it accesses a particular website; its purpose is to store and forward information. The web server (the computer on which the website software runs) sends the cookie to the user’s browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) and it is stored on the user’s computer; later on, it is sent back to the website when another visit is made.
In the course of browsing a user’s computer might also receive cookies from other websites (known as “third party cookies”) set directly by those websites’ operators and used for purposes and in ways that are determined by them.


Cookies set by itself’s websites use only technical cookies; for such cookies, under Art. 122 of the Code and the Regulator’s Order of 8 May 2014, the Data Subject’s consent is not required.
Specifically, our websites use technical cookies necessary for the user’s browsing, as detailed below:

displayCookieConsent after 180 days
sessionid at the end of the browsing session
csfrtoken 1 day

Without these cookies the websites could not work properly.

Third party cookies

Some third party cookies, including “profiling” cookies, are set through websites.
Details of each of those third party cookies are given below, together with links to further information and the opportunity to request their inactivation.
Google Analytics>
This is a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”) which uses cookies set on the user’s computer for aggregate statistical analysis concerning use of the website.
The data generated by Google Analytics are kept by Google as indicated in the Notice to be found at
To consult the Privacy Notice of Google Inc., the independent Data Controller of the data relating to the Google Analytics service, please go

Providing data

With the exception of the technical cookies strictly necessary for proper browsing, the choice whether or not to provide data is entirely up to the Data Subject, who decides to browse the website after seeing the brief Notice in its special banner and to make use of the services which entail the setting of cookies, including third party cookies.
This means that you, the Data Subject, can avoid having cookies set on your computer, either by no longer browsing this website or by choosing the appropriate settings in your browser.

Disabling cookies

While technical cookies are needed for the website to work properly, you can stop third party cookies either through functionalities offered within those cookies or directly through your browser. Even technical cookies can be disabled or removed using your browser, but then you have to accept that the website might not work properly.
Each browser has its own procedure for managing settings. You can get the right instructions by going to the website of your browser’s maker. Links to the procedures for some of the most commonly used browsers are given below.

Microsoft Windows Explorer
Google Chrome
Mozilla Firefox
Apple Safari

You can also disable third party cookies by means made available directly by the third party which controls the processing of the data involved, as explained on the websites mentioned in the section above on “third party cookies”

You can find out about the cookies stored on your computer and disable them individually by visiting :


The data we ask for need to be provided before you can access the services offered here.


In the case of browsing details and data which users voluntarily give us, we only use those data for the purposes for which they were gathered, and for no other purpose. We process the log files to check that the website is working properly and to protect our systems from possible attack;

  • these are the purposes for which we process the personal data provided to us voluntarily:
    • to be able to provide services when requested;
    • to be able to provide our newsletter service, or send out communications;
    • to be able to process specific requests.
  • Cookies are processed as explained in the “Cookies” section of this Notice.


The data will be processed using mainly automated computer. Manual intervention – by authorized staff – is limited and only occurs in a few particular cases, usually when the Data Subject asks for it. Suitable security measures are in place to prevent data loss, unlawful or improper use and unauthorized access.


Apart from browsing details in the log file (as explained above) and – some extent – cookies (which can anyway be disabled and/or removed using your browser’s functionalities) you are free to provide your personal data on the registration and/or information request forms, or not.
It should be pointed out, however, that failure to provide them may make it impossible to do what you ask.


The Data Controller for personal data is the Head of Administration at Giacomo Seralvo & figli SpA.
You can get information on the processing of your personal data by writing to


Under Art. 7 of the Privacy Code, you are entitled to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of your data and to be told their content and origin, to check their accuracy and to request their completion, updating, or correction. You also have the right to demand that any data processed unlawfully be erased, converted into anonymous form or embargoed, and the right to object on legitimate grounds to the processing of such data.
You can exercise your rights as Data Subject at any time by writing to


A request to erase your personal data could cause an interruption of the services we offer, if their use was conditional on your acceptance of the processing of those data.*