This website does not collect users’ data or any related personal information.
We only use technical cookies to grant a better user experience of the website.
For your information, we provide the following frame of reference concerning cookies:
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files, which are sent from the website to the user’s web browser, where they are stored just to be sent back to the website at the following visit. A cookie cannot be the carrier of a computer virus, nor can it copy email addresses or other data coming from the user’s computer. Every cookie is personalized to match the user’s web browser. Cookies are useful to map the user’s preferences, just like the visited pages on our website or other actions performed while surfing the website, with the purpose of facilitating your visit, such as by not requesting passwords repeatedly or by adapting the website to the user’s screen.
First-Party or Third-Party Cookies
Cookies can be classified as first-party cookies or third-party cookies. First-party cookies are developed by the website itself, while third-party cookies are developed by third parties such as Google, Facebook or Twitter, and not by the website owner.
Kinds of Cookies
There are several kinds of cookies:
Technical cookies are conceived for the mere fruition of the website. They are essential to the user’s web browser for a straightforward visualization, and they are implicitly requested by the user while looking for information on the website. They are not employed for other purposes and they are normally installed by the owner or by the operator of the website. They can be classified as following:
- Session cookies, that grant a normal fruition of the website (allowing, for instance, to login to reserved areas). They are necessary for the website to work correctly.
- Analytics cookies, included in the technical cookies when directly employed by the website operator to gather information, on an anonymous and aggregate basis, about the number of users and their interaction with the website, with the aim of improving the website performance or providing statistics on its usage;
- Functionality cookies, which allow the user to surf the web according to precise criteria (such as language, the adaptation to the screen dimensions, or to the kind of web browser) with the purpose of improving the service for the user.
The installation of these cookies does not require explicit consent of the users (see the paragraph below “Cookie management”).
Profiling cookies are meant to create user profiles and they are employed with the purpose of sending advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the user while surfing the web. Profiling cookies require the explicit authorization of the interested user. In accordance with the provision n. 229 of May 8, 2014, the user must be granted the possibility to give or deny his/her consent for the installation of profiling cookies when they are present. In the case of third party cookies, the website cannot directly control them (nor can it directly install them, or delete them). However, it is possible to manage these cookies by means of browser settings (see the instructions below, “Cookie management”). Below, the links to third party websites for specific information.
Cookies have an expiry date, or can be automatically deleted by means of a specific action (such as closing the browser) that must be set at the moment of the installation. Cookies can be:
- Temporary or session cookies: they are employed to store temporary data, they connect single actions performed during a specific session and they are removed from the computer at the closing of the browser. Session cookies are deleted at the moment of the disconnection from the present website.
- Persistent cookies: they are employed to store information, such as usernames or passwords, in order to prevent the user from having to type them at every visit of a specific website. They remain stored in the computer even after closing the browser.
Acceptance and refusal of Cookies
You can disable cookies in websites by downloading specific software for your browser such as Ghostery and disabling cookies individually, or by deleting them at the end of a session. Alternatively, you can activate the “anonymous surfing” mode (a function that allows surfing the web without leaving any trace of surfing data in your browser).
Attention: this function prevents the storage of surfing data in your computer, yet, the visited websites and your internet provider can still record your visit.
You can disable or delete cookies by changing the configuration settings of your browser. Below, the instructions for the most common browsers:
- Mozilla Firefox
- Internet Explorer
- Microsoft Edge
- Safari iOS (iPhone and iPad)
- To find instructions for other browsers, search them on Google by typing “Managing cookies with (browser name)”.
B&B Soft Cookies
This website exclusively employs technical cookies in order to provide a straightforward user experience and to have a basic statistic of the visits in the website, without gathering user data or other information connected to the user. By entering this website, a temporary cookie will be set to determine whether your browser accepts cookies or not. This cookie does not contain personal data and is deleted when closing the browser. Another cookie will save your screen visualization settings. Such cookies are stored for one year.