Cookie policy

Cookies: what they are, what they are for and what Genyed Srls does with them
A cookie is information that a website communicates to a browser while browsing the site. This information is stored on your computer and allows you to improve browsing performance. Technically, it is a portion (or string) of code that assists the owner of a website in the correct and more efficient provision of the service. Some cookies require the user's explicit consent, and this consent can be revoked at any time by changing the browser settings (listed below). There are different types of Cookies, among these, those used by Genyed Srls are divided between technical and analytical cookies, and third-party cookies.

Technical and analytical cookies
This family includes cookies that collect data useful for developing statistical analyzes on users and their browsing methods and times. These allow us to know, for example, when an anonymous person browses the site, with which device they browse, how long they stay on the web pages and the actions they perform (click, closing page, scroll, download). Genyed Srls analyzes this data using the Google Analytics tool.

Third party cookies
As per the name, third-party cookies are collected and used by third-party companies. This is information collected during browsing sessions, during which you move from social networks to e-commerce sites, or sometimes from online advertisements to specific web pages. The collection of this data, which may also concern user tracking activities, usually has a commercial purpose and takes the form of marketing activities (such as remarketing and retargeting).

How do you disable cookies?
Each browser allows you to manage or disable cookies through a specific section. However, deactivation may cause malfunctions on some websites. The Genyed Srls website, on the contrary, works correctly even if you decide to deactivate cookies or browse anonymously.
Usually, the settings relating to the management and disabling of cookies are found in the menu, options or preferences area of any browser, and this applies to both fixed and mobile devices.

Acquisition data
The acquisition data concerns all the information provided by contact forms, email subscription forms and cookies installed on the site that we use for analytical activities and to optimize advertising initiatives. The following list highlights all the methods and cookies with which we obtain information.

Contact form
The contact request form requires personal information such as name and email, which we request only to provide you with quicker and more comprehensive responses and support.
In the request form reserved for resellers, additional information is requested such as "Company name, address, city, postcode, email and VAT number".
Sending information is voluntary and can be avoided simply by choosing to contact us through another channel, for example via email The data entered spontaneously are copied into an email that we receive automatically and keep saved in our email clients, including: gmail, webmail, formspark.

What cookies are used by this site
Browsing the website you will encounter different types of cookies, from those used by the browser to those used by this site, such as technical cookies from third parties such as Google Analytics, Facebook, Snipcart, Stripe and PayPal. Below we report information on each third-party cookie we use.

Google Analytics
Google Analytics is an analysis tool provided by Google and used by website managers and owners to monitor their performance. As reported on Google's Privacy and Terms page, this service may use a set of cookies to collect information and generate statistics on the use of websites without providing personal information on individual visitors to Google. The main cookie used by Google Analytics is “__ga”.
Furthermore, the Google Analytics service, in addition to providing website usage statistics, can also be used together with some of the advertising cookies in order to show more relevant adverts on other Google products (such as Google Search) but in general on everything the web, and to measure interactions with the ads that are shown.
Read further information on the cookies used by Google and on the Google Analytics privacy policy.

When you make a purchase on this website, you do so via the platform that manages the Snipcart cart and the secure payment platforms Stripe or PayPal.
No sensitive data must be entered on the website for your payment.
Once you have placed your order, we will have access to data such as your name and shipping address, but we will not have access to your payment data.
Sometimes credit card data is saved within the browser or, if present, on some third-party extensions, with the aim of speeding up payment times for future purchases.
It is possible to check their presence and possibly delete any information in their settings (usually in the menu, preferences or settings items).

The information on Snipcart cookies can be found at the following link:

Stripe's cookie information can be found at the following link:

Information on the PayPal service
Paypal is a platform that allows both individuals and companies to send and receive electronic money online. It can be used for single payments or even as a PayPal account, thanks to which it is possible to send and receive payments with extreme simplicity (or to use other features of the platform).
The service is provided by PayPal (Europe) S.à Cie, S.C.A. (Luxembourg R.C.S. Number: B118 349) (“PayPal”) to registered users residing in the European Economic Area (EEA). At this address you will find all the contact information:
For further information on PayPal we recommend reading:
PayPal's privacy policy:
Important information about payments and the service:

The cookies used by Facebook collect information from people who:
have a Facebook account;
use Facebook products (including website and app);
visit websites and apps that use Facebook products (such as the “Like” button or Facebook technologies or those connected to it).
The cookies collected allow Facebook to offer relevant products and information, or to improve their accuracy and performance.
For more information, read Facebook's data policy.

Technical and aggregate statistics cookies
Some applications use cookies to store navigation data or to improve the performance of a session or, again, to carry out technical activities related to the correct functioning of the application itself.

Preference saving cookies
Some cookies are used to memorize browsing preferences and improve, both in terms of speed and practicality, the user's experience of use and browsing. These cookies sometimes concern geolocation settings, language, currency or storage of the link to the website.

Cookies and sharing plug-ins
Plug-ins are installed on this website that allow connection and sharing of content with social networks and other external platforms. Some of these are clearly visible thanks to the presence of logos or the name written in full, this is the case of Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Vimeo and other similar plug-ins.
The click on the button/link and the subsequent sharing activity create a connection between the user, browser and server, in which user data can be collected regarding: the website, the date and time in which the action takes place, the IP address, the browser used, the device and the operating system. The information is collected by the plug-in provider and can be transmitted even if the user is not registered on the platform in question. To prevent this from happening, you can disable or block the use of java scripts from your browser towards the affected channels or even towards all channels.
They fall into this section:
Facebook buttons and widgets:
X buttons and widgets:
Linkedin buttons and widgets:
Pinterest buttons and widgets:
Google+ buttons and widgets:


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