Cookies Policy


1. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small textual component that is automatically saved on your computer by a website while browsing. The purpose is to allow the website to recognize the user (not the natural person but the machine that the user uses) and store specific information. This information may include, for example, logins, language preferences, and other customizations, so that it is not necessary to reset it on each new visit. In many cases sites are personalized by cookies, which makes them essential for the site to function properly. For example, authentication cookies allow the site to know whether the user is authenticated to the site or not, and with which account he or she is logged in, in order to define which parts of the site should be accessible to the user. 

2. For what purpose do we use cookies?
Cookies are generally used for various purposes, such as to allow efficient navigation, apply user preferences and, more generally, improve user navigation thanks to the personalization of the site based on habits. user navigation and profile. Cookies can also help ensure that the advertisements that are displayed to users online are more in line with them and their interests. 

3. What types of cookies exist?
Cookies are essentially divided as follows:
A) session cookies: as the name itself indicates, session cookies are temporary and expire when you leave the site. This type of cookie is mainly used to facilitate access to the services offered on the site, authenticate the user if it is a previously registered user and memorize the items inserted by the user in the shopping cart;
B) permanent cookies: unlike session cookies, persistent cookies can remain on the disk for a long period of time after the session has been closed. These cookies may hold login data, contact information, account numbers, so that the user does not have to re-enter the data each time the site is used. these are cookies that are active for multiple visits. They are used to remember user preferences and memorize the actions performed during the visit to the site.

The cookies indicated above are further divided into
C) own cookies (or “First party” cookies), these cookies are sent by the site itself and are used to allow the site to remember the user's data and preferences;
D) third-party cookies (or "Third party" cookies) these are cookies set by sites other than the one you are visiting. Just as an example, a site might have a Facebook “Like” button on their site. This "Like" button will set a cookie that can be read by Facebook. The purpose of third-party cookies is to collect some information to conduct research of a different nature, such as behavioral and demographic research and for targeted marketing purposes. 

4. Categories of cookies
A – Technical cookies
On the basis of the Guidelines provided by the Guarantor for the protection of personal data regarding the identification of simplified methods for the information and the acquisition of consent for the use of cookies (8 May 2014) technical cookies can be divided into cookies navigation or session cookies, analytical cookies and functionality cookies. The use of these cookies does not require user consent.
Among technical cookies the following can be identified:
Browsing or session cookies
These are essential cookies to allow the user to navigate between the pages of the site and use the essential functions of the site itself, such as, for example, access to restricted areas. Authentication cookies fall into this category. In the absence of cookies of this type, it would not be possible to provide essential services such as, for example, the shopping cart and electronic invoicing. Chrysos is able to identify the user at the time of login and can thus guarantee that the user is offered the opportunity to use the site's services. If you decide to disable these cookies, the user will not be able to use the site to order products, but only to browse the site. Cookies of this type are also those that remember the fact that the user has given his consent, when accessing the site, to the use of cookies, including profiling cookies, including those of third parties.
Analytical cookies
They are assimilated to technical cookies and are those used directly to collect information, in aggregate form (therefore no identification data is collected), on accesses and number of users and on how they use the site. They therefore pursue exclusively statistical purposes. The information collected may concern, for example, which pages the user visits most often or whether the user receives error messages from the pages visited.
Functional cookies
These are cookies that allow the user to navigate according to a series of selected criteria, such as the language, the products selected for purchase and all in order to improve the service. These cookies can also be used to store changes made by the user on pages of the site which can be personalized.

B – Profiling cookies
Profiling cookies are those aimed at creating, as their name suggests, profiles relating to the user and are used to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user during navigation Network. These cookies can be used on our website to publish advertisements tailored to your interests. Targeting or promotional cookies allow us to obtain detailed information on user browsing (for example by detecting information on the products or services most viewed by a particular person). The information collected through this type of cookie is for the exclusive benefit of Chrysos and will not be shared with third parties, with the exception of advertising service providers, for the sole purpose of processing such information on behalf of Chrysos itself.
Among the various types of profiling cookies, Chrysos can use Google Analytics , Google Ads , Facebook Ads . To disable these cookies, see or . The use of profiling cookies requires the user's consent; the user can change the preferences expressed regarding promotional or targeting cookies at any time through the settings of their browser or by enabling/disabling all third-party cookies.

5. Sharing information
The information collected by Chrysos through the use of cookies will not be subject to transfer to third parties except in the case of transfer to suppliers of advertising services or IT services (for purposes essential to their processing) always within the scope of the protection of rights of privacy specific to each user.

6. Management of preferences regarding Cookies
All navigation technologies allow you to manage cookies in the cookie folder of your web browser. This means that you can delete cookies from your cookie folder when you finish your visit to our site, or you can set your preferences on the use of cookies before you start browsing our site. As already indicated, deleting or rejecting cookies may negatively impact your browsing experience on the site.
Below the user can find, for each browser, the pages that describe the settings in more detail:
Internet Explorer 7 and 8
Internet Explorer 9
It is understood that if one or more cookies are deactivated, this could negatively affect your browsing experience on the site.

7. How to disable third-party cookies and profiling cookies
Through the site you can view how to disable third-party cookies and promotional and targeting cookies from your computer.

8. Contacts
For further information regarding cookies, questions or suggestions, please contact Chrysos S.p.A.. The data controller for the purposes of this policy on the use of cookies is the company Chrysos S.p.A..

9. Additional information
A complete overview of the cookies used on the site, their names and the purposes for which they are used is available below:


Purposes pursued


session cookies to store the acceptance of cookies


session cookie necessary for the correct functioning of the site


stores information about visitors, sessions and campaigns


used by Facebook to provide a variety of advertising products such as real-time bidding from third-party advertisers