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This policy provides detailed information on cookies, on their use by H. Krull & C. S.p.A., in its capacity as data controller (hereinafter, also, the “Data Controller") and on their management, also in compliance with articles 13 and 122 of the Legislative Decree n. 196 of 30 June 2003, Personal data protection code (hereinafter, the “Privacy Code”), with art. 13 of the (EU) Regulation 2016/679 and with the provision of the Data Protection Authority of 8 May 2014 containing the “Identification of simplified methods for the disclosure and the acquisition of consent for the use of cookies”.


This notice is an integral part of our Privacy Policy and is valid exclusively for this web site www.accakappa.com (hereinafter, also , the “Site”) and for any possible sub-domains; it does not apply to other web sites visited by the user by means of any links.



Cookies are small text files sent from the web sites visited by the user to the user’s terminal (usually, the browser), where they are stored to be then sent back to the site of origin the next time the same user visits it. This system allows the site of origin to obtain several pieces of information on the user and is generally used to make site navigation easier and more efficient.

Cookies mainly belong to two large groups:

a)      technical cookies, generally used for the normal operation of the web site, can be divided into:

-        session cookies, stored in the user’s computer for the normal site navigation and usage;

-        functionality cookies, that store some specific user information and settings, such as browsing language, authentication credentials, Country of shipping, purchased product, in order to customise and improve the user’s browsing experience.

-        analytics cookies, considered technical cookies only when they are used exclusively for statistical purposes, collecting information in aggregated form;

b)      profiling cookies, used to track a user’s overall activity and habits during a browsing session, in order to create a specific profile and use it also for business and advertising purposes.


Then there are first-party and third-party cookies, according to whether they are installed by the manager of the site the user is actually browsing or by that or a third-party site that installs cookies through the first site.


Additionally, all cookies can be described as either:

  • - session cookies, if they are deleted when the browser is closed, or
  • - persistent cookies, when they remain stored in your browser for a specific period of time.


For additional information on cookies, please visit the following web pages:


Our site cookies

Our Site uses technical, analytics and profiling cookies, including third party ones.

Below you will find the details of the cookies used in our site and, for third-party cookies, a link to the cookie policy of the third party supplier, where the user can find additional information and manage and/or disable cookies.


Technical cookies

The site uses first party technical cookies, especially session and functionality cookies, for the following purposes:

  • - Site browsing and use of its services (for example, to make a purchase or to log in to access restricted areas);
  • - customise and improve the user's browsing of the Site (for example, to store information and settings entered by the user, such as log in credentials, language and country selected).


The maximum storage time for data collected by first party technical cookies is 1 day.


Analytics Cookies

The Site also uses third party analytics cookies for statistical purposes.

In particular, the Site uses Google Analytics cookies.

These are session and persistent cookies owned by Google Inc. and used for statistical analysis of Site usage (e.g. to determine the total number of users and their browsers and operating systems). It should be noted that the Site activated the anonymisation function of the IP address and subscribed the amendment on data processing in compliance with the European standards dictated by Directive 95/46/EC.

For Google Inc.'s privacy policy regarding cookies, how to manage or block them, please visit:https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245.

You can prevent the use of your data by Google Analytics by installing a specific browser add-on provided by Google; to download the aforementioned Google Analytics deactivation component, please visit the website: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.


Profiling cookies

  1. A. Social network cookies

The Site uses third-party cookies that allow users to interact with their social network, for example, to log in through their social account or to share content on social networks.

For information about cookies used by social networks and for more information on how to manage and disable them, you can consult the relevant privacy policies using the following links:

-        Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/

-        Twitterhttps://twitter.com/settings/security

-        Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy

-        Google+http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/cookies/

-        Pinterest: https://about.pinterest.com/it/privacy-policy

-        Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/legal/cookies/


  1. B. Facebook “Pixel” Cookie

The Site also uses the "Pixel" profiling cookie owned by Facebook Inc. in order to send the user browsing the social network advertising in line with the preferences expressed during his navigation on the Site.

For Facebook Inc.'s privacy policy regarding cookies, how to manage or block them, please visit:https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/



When you first access the Site, you will see a banner containing the brief disclosure on cookies. By clicking on ACCEPT or on another element of the home page, by accessing another area of the Site or by continuing browsing in another way, the user accepts the use of cookies for the purposes described in this policy.

Technical cookies do not require the user's prior consent for installation and use and the only way to manage and deactivate them is through the options of your browser in the manner described below in the "Cookie Management” section.

For analytical cookies, social network cookies and profiling and marketing cookies, however, please note that the user can change their preferences at any time directly through the management form below.





Interaction with social networks


Profiling for marketing purposes



In addition, the user may manage third-party cookies on the relevant web pages that can be reached via the links indicated above and/or through the browser options as indicated in the following "Cookies management” section.

Please note that consent to the use of cookies is optional, but that without it, some parts of the Site may not function properly.



Most browsers are configured to accept cookies. However, the user can accept or refuse cookies and adjust their operation through the options of their browser.

Cookies settings can be determined specifically for different websites and web applications. Cookie management may vary according to the browser used.

To deactivate, delete or block cookies, it is possible to use the cookies page provided by the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance, http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/, or use the browser options as described below:


Internet Explorer

  1. 1. Launch Internet Explorer;
  2. 2. click on the "Tools" button and then on "Internet Options";
  3. 3. click on the "Privacy" tab and, in the "Settings" area, use the slider according to your choice of cookies:
  •      - block all cookies;
  •      - allow all cookies;
  •      - select the sites from which you want to receive cookies: move the cursor to an intermediate level, then click on the "Sites" button, enter the website in the "Website Address" box and then click on Block or Allow.


Mozilla Firefox

  1. 1. Launch Mozilla Firefox;
  2. 2. click on the menu in the toolbar;
  3. 3. click on the "Options" button and then on "Privacy";
  4. 4. click on "Show Advanced Settings";
  5. 5. in the "Privacy" area, click on the "Content Settings" button;
  6. 6. in the "Tracking" area, you can change the following settings:
  •      - notify the visited sites that you agree to be traced;
  •      - notify the visited sites that you do not agree to be traced;
  1. 7. in the "History" area is possible:
  •      - by enabling "Use custom settings", to choose to accept third party cookies (always, from the most visited sites or never) and to store them for a certain period (until they expire, until Firefox is closed or to ask each time);
  •      - to delete the individual cookies saved.


Google Chrome

  1. 1. Launch Google Chrome;
  2. 2. click on the menu in the toolbar;
  3. 3. click on Settings and then on "Show Advanced Settings";
  4. 4. in the "Privacy" area, click on the "Content Settings" button;
  5. 5. in the "Cookie" area, you can change the following settings:
  •      - allow data to be saved locally;
  •      - store local data only until you close the browser;
  •      - prevent sites from setting cookies;
  •      - block third party cookies and site data;
  •      - manage exceptions for individual websites;
  •      - remove one or all of the cookies.



  1. 1. Launch Opera;
  2. 2. click on the "Preferences" button, then on "Advanced" and then on "Cookies";
  3. 3. select one of the following settings:
  •      - accept all cookies;
  •      - accept cookies only from the site you visit (third party cookies sent from a domain other than the one you are visiting are rejected);
  •      - never accept cookies.



  1. 1. Launch Safari;
  2. 2. click on "Safari", then on "Preferences" and then on "Privacy";
  3. 3. in the "Block Cookies" area, specify how Safari must accept cookies from websites;
  4. 4. to check which sites have saved cookies, click on "Details".


For more information, please refer to your browser's instruction manual or visit its support web page:



For more information on the processing of personal data by H.Krull & C. S.p.A., please see the Privacy Policy of the Site.