Cookies Policy

Extended information on cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that the sites visited by users send to their terminals, where they are stored to be re-transmitted to the same sites on subsequent visits. Cookies are used for different purposes, have different characteristics, and they can be used both by the owner of the site you are visiting and by third parties. Below you will find all the informations about cookies installed through this site.
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Cookies used by this site

The use of cookies by the owner of this site, the company Teka s.r.l. Piazza Alessandro Volta 7, 52041, Pieve al toppo, (AR) ITALY – in the person of the legal representative pro-tempore, is part of the Privacy Policy of the same; for all the information required by art. 13 of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679.
1. Technical cookies that do not require consent:
All technical cookies do not require consent, so they are automatically installed following access to the site. The following technical or technical cookies are used that do not require consent:

1.1 Cookies related to activities strictly necessary for the functioning of the site and the provision of the service:


1.2. Cookies for saving preferences and optimization activities:

qtrans_front_language: technical cookie used to save language preferences
cookie_notice_accepted: technical cookie used to store the user’s acceptance of the cookie policy. This is to prevent the banner from appearing again during subsequent visits.
_ga, _gat, _gali, _gid: technical cookies entered by Google Analytics and used in an anonymized form (see par. 2)

2. Cookies for which consent is required

All cookies other than the technical ones mentioned above are installed or activated only following the user’s express consent the first time they visit the site.
This website does not install third-party cookies that require the user’s express consent.
In fact, for analytical cookies made available by third parties, the owners are not subject to obligations if:
A) instruments are adopted that reduce the identifying power of cookies (for example through the masking of significant portions of the IP – anonymization);
B) the third party undertakes not to cross-check the information contained in the cookies with others that it already has.
In order to meet the requirements listed above under points A) and B):
A) to anonymize IP for Google Analytics cookies, the instructions provided by Google were followed at the following link:
B) to disable the sharing of data collected with Google, the instructions given by Google were followed at the following link: