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Last update: March 5, 2019


Pursuant to Article 13 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 (Code concerning the protection of personal data) Bea S.r.l. provides you with the following information about the cookies installed on the domain and its subdomains (hereinafter the "Site").

We consider it important to protect your privacy and explain transparently how we use your data. As indicated, this page is intended to keep you informed and let you consult our website in peace.

This Bea S.r.l. Cookies Policy describes different types of cookies that may be used for the Site owned by our company, which is subject to our control and from which you are accessing this Cookies Policy, which explains how to manage them. This Cookies Policy is subject to change. Any changes to this Policy will enter into force simultaneously with the publication of the same on the Site or through the same.


Cookies are data created on a server that are stored in text files on the hard disk of the computer and allow it to gather information about the user's navigation on the website. Cookies can be stored permanently on your computer and have a variable duration ("persistent cookies"), but they can also disappear when the user closes the browser or be of limited duration ("session cookies"). Cookies can be installed by the Site being visited ("first party cookies") or can be installed by other websites ("third-party cookies").


The following is a list of different types of cookies that may be used for the Site. Note that, to the extent that the information collected through the cookies is personal data, the provisions of the Privacy Policy apply (, which is complementary to this Cookies Policy.

Technical Cookies

Cookies that are defined as technical are essential to the operation of the Site and allow you to navigate and use services and options. Without them, the Site would not be able to function well as we would like, and it might not be able to make accessible or provide certain services or options that you request.

Type of cookie Description How to manage cookies
Session Session cookies are used to maintain the application status. Set your browser to accept or reject them
User identification User identification cookies are used in order to ensure that personal informations are shown to their owners only and not to other users. Set your browser to accept or reject them
Security Security cookies are used in order to ensure data security. Set your browser to accept or reject them

Third party cookies: analytical.

Statistical analysis cookies collect information on your use of the Site and allow us to improve its functioning. For example, statistical cookies tell us which pages of the Site are most visited, help us to record any difficulties encountered in the consultation, and help us to understand whether or not our advertising is effective. The information collected is useful to understand the general use modality of the site, instead of the individual user. This website uses Google Analytics, a statistical analytic service on the web provided by a third company (Google). Google installs the cookies described in the table below to help us analyse the modes of using this Site. The information generated by the cookies is transmitted from your browser to Google and stored on servers in the United States and other countries. Google will process this information for us for the purpose of evaluating your use of this Website, compiling activity reports and providing us with other services relating to activity on the Site and on the Internet. The IP address obtained by Google Analytics will not be associated with other data held by Google. You can choose to disable or block Google cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser. In doing so, however, you might not be able to enjoy all the functionality of the Site. You can download and install the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on, available at this link:

Type of cookie Description How to manage cookies
Google Analytics Google Analytics cookies collect statistical data in the aggregate in order to improve the presentation and navigation of the Site. Google integrates aggregate data with demographic data and information about personal interests, in order to get a better profile of our visitors.


  • Advertising
  • User Identity
  • As indicated in the table above
  • Cookies can be proprietary or from third parties, i.e. activated by Bea S.r.l. or its representatives (as described in the Terms of Use of the Site: and/or its affiliates, or by operators of other websites. This Site uses both proprietary and third party cookies.
  • The Site may contain direct links to third-party websites, where, if visited, third-party cookies could be saved on your computer or other device. Since we do not control any of the third party cookies used for these purposes, please consult the website of the third party to clarify their practices and related control systems before clicking the link provided on this Site.


You may object to the registration of cookies on your hard drive by configuring your browsers to disable cookies. Here are the modes offered by the major browsers:

After this, however, certain functions of the web pages may not be performed properly. If you wish, you can consult this link for information on the most common browsers. Caution: Disabling or removing cookies may compromise the proper use of certain function of the Site.

If you decide to delete all cookies downloaded from the Sites previously visited, here is the link to download three useful programs for this purpose:


An IP address is a unique number that identifies a computer or other device with Internet access. Typically, a web server automatically collects IP addresses and uses them to administer the Site. IP addresses are usually used in conjunction with cookies in order to "remember" your computer and other devices used to access this Site. This Site uses IP addresses in conjunction with cookies.


The data subject shall have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him/her exist, even if not yet registered, and communication of such data in intelligible form.

  1. The data subject shall have the right to be informed of:
    1. the source of the personal data;
    2. the purposes and modalities of the processing;
    3. the duration of the processing.

Moreover, for the purposes of data processing the data subject is granted the rights under Articles 15 et seq. of the GDPR, in particular the right to:

  • access, namely to obtain confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning him/her exist, to be informed of their source, as well as the logic and purposes on which the processing is based, the recipients or categories of recipients to whom the personal data might be disclosed, the length of time the data are to be stored, where possible;
  • rectify any inaccurate or incomplete personal data;
  • cancel their personal data (right to be forgotten) if such data are no longer necessary for the purposes of collection, namely if the data subject has withdrawn his/her consent to the processing (where such consent is optional and there is no other legal basis for the processing);
  • restrict the processing, namely the right to obtain that the Data Controller limits the access to personal data by all those who entered a service contract and/or an employment contract with the Data Controller;
  • data portability, namely to obtain the data subject’s data in a structured and commonly used electronic format with the possibility to disclose such data to another Data Controller. The aforementioned right does not apply to non-automated processing (e.g. paper records or archives); furthermore, data portability applies only to data processed with the data subject’s consent and only if data were provided by said data subject;
  • objection, namely to object to data processing for reasons related to the data subject’s particular condition;
  • withdrawal, namely to withdraw his/her consent at any time without prejudice to processing prior to said withdrawal;
  • complaint to be submitted to the Italian Data Protection Authority, Piazza di Montecitorio n. 121 – 00186 Rome (; tel. + 39 06 69677.1; fax + 39 06 69677.3785). Moreover, pursuant to Art. 7, p. 3, of the GDPR, the data subject has the right to withdraw his/her consent at any time; the consent withdrawal does not affect the lawfulness of the processing based on a consent granted prior to its withdrawal.