Cookie Policy

Cookies Policy

This page provides complete information on the use of cookies (technical and profiling) used by this site.
Consult the Privacy Policy page for further information on the processing of personal data that is carried out when browsing the site.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text strings that the sites visited by the user send to their terminal (usually the browser), where they are stored before being re-transmitted to the same sites at the next visit by the same user. While browsing the site, the user can also receive cookies on their terminal that are sent from various websites or web servers (so-called "third parties"), on which some elements may exist (such as, for example, images, maps, sounds, specific links to pages of other domains) found on the site that the user is visiting.

Types of cookies: first party and third parties

First party cookies are set by the website visited by the user, whose address appears in the URL window, in this case -

Third party cookies are particular types of cookies that are set and managed by a site different from the one on which the user is browsing, but connected to it for the management of particular types of content or services.

HINOWA SPA has no direct access and control over cookies, web beacons and other tracking technologies used on third-party sites that the user can access from the website. HINOWA SPA expressly disclaims any liability with respect to such third-party websites and their cookies. The user is invited to read the privacy policy of third-party websites accessed through, in order to understand the conditions applicable to the processing of personal data on these websites.

Types of cookies: duration

Session Cookies: are stored temporarily and are deleted, normally within 1 hour, when the user closes the browser's window. It is not mandatory to obtain the prior and informed consent from the user for these types of cookies, since they are subject and legible only to the domain that created them.

Dominion Cookies: are intended to recognize the registered user upon their return to the site, once the personal credentials have been authenticated. For example, they can fill a cart, easily carry out payment transactions, solve security problems and ensure compliance with current legislation. These cookies are in some respects similar to session cookies, because both the user and password are never automatically stored by our site after a user exits it, and they must entered every time a user wants to access the site.

Persistent Cookies: persistent cookies are stored on the user's device between browser sessions; they enable to remember your preferences or activity on the Site. These cookies can be used for various purposes, for example to remember preferences and choices made when the site is used.

Types of cookies: features

Essential Technical Cookies: are strictly necessary for the functioning of the site. They include, for example, cookies that allow access to the site’s protected and reserved areas. These cookies do not collect personal information for marketing purposes and cannot be disabled, blocked or deleted without compromising or limiting the correct functioning of the site.

Technical Functional Cookies: are used to recognize a user who returns to visit a site. They enable to customize the contents and remember the preferences expressed by the user (for example, the selected language or the geographical region). These cookies do not collect information that can identify the user. Disabling, deleting or blocking these cookies may limit the user experience on the site.

Analytical Cookies: collect anonymous information about the use that the user makes of the site; they allow owners/managers to improve its operating functions. For example, they can show which pages are most frequently visited, the average time spent, the most used navigation paths and the most effective traffic sources. Disabling, deleting or blocking these cookies prevents the collection of this kind of information.

Profiling Cookies: are used to collect data and information regarding users' browsing (i.e. pages visited, action taken, products purchased, demographic data), in order to provide them with targeted advertisements tailored to their personal experience. Disabling, deleting or blocking these cookies prevents the collection of this kind of information and, consequently, the publication of this kind of listings. Other types of ads that are not personalized could still appear, but they would not be linked to the previous use of the site.

Cookies that are shared on Social Networks: facilitate the sharing of a site’s contents through social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+. To view privacy and cookie policies, you can visit the websites of these social networks: 

Which cookies do we use? uses the cookies shown in the following tables:  

First Party Cookies 

Name Type Function Duration
sc_session Technical-Functional Keep track of the login operation Session
cms_*_tab Technical- Functional Store the last tab displayed by the user to open it if the user returns to the page Session

The removal or disabling of these cookies could lead to functional problems when browsing the website or when using some specific features, such as authentication and all activities connected to it (access to reserved areas, loading of orders). 

Third Party Cookies

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a free web analytics tool provided by Google, which sends cookies to your device. The information generated by your use of the site, including your IP address, is transmitted to Google and stored on its servers. Google uses this information to evaluate your use of the site, prepare reports on website activity for web operators and to provide other services related to website activity and internet usage. Google may also pass on this information to third parties if required by law or in the case of third parties who process this information on behalf of Google. However, Google does not associate your IP address with any other data that Google owns.

In particular, the cookies used by Google Analytics are the following:
Nome Type Function Operator/Dominion
Analytical/Profiling They allow monitoring of the website using the Google Analytics service Google Inc.

For more information on Google Analytics cookies, the user can consult: and the relevant privacy policy
Finally, the user can disable Google Analytics cookies by downloading a specific browser plug-in available from the following url
The removal or disabling of these cookies could prevent or compromise the sending of data to Google Analytics. The data collected may therefore be null, partial or incorrect.
Consensus collection procedure
The user's consent is collected during their first access to the site, through a banner that indicates some mandatory information regarding the cookies used by the user. When continuing to browse, the user accepts the site’s default settings.
If users do not wish to express their consent to the use of certain cookies, they can follow the instructions below.
How to install or remove cookies from the terminal
You can decide which cookies to accept through the browser settings that you use to navigate. The default settings of most browsers provide for the acceptance of cookies, but the user can modify these settings by adjusting the browser configuration. There are also various kinds software that can act on cookies, such as web services or additional browser components. 

The "Guide" or "Help" section of the browser used to navigate contains all the information needed to enable or block cookies, nevertheless below you’ll find direct links that will allow you to manage cookies on the most used browsers:

Internet Explorer:  
Mozilla Firefox: 
Google Chrome: 
Apple Safari: 
Effects of disabling cookies
If you decide to disable cookies, it is worth taking into account their features, so as to avoid incurring unwanted changes while browsing the site. In particular, disabling technical cookies could prevent the use of some of the site’s features. For example, on e-commerce sites, disabling some cookies could prevent the creation of orders and therefore the purchase of products.

Disabling third-party cookies does not normally compromise the use of the website. However, it could result in the loss of specific functions (i.e. sharing tools on social networks), the ability to analyze navigation data by the owner/manager and/or the inability to track users to provide them with customized advertising content, in line with the experience gained on the website.
More information on cookies
Privacy Guarantor:

Rights of the data subject
The data subject can contact the Data Controller, by writing to HINOWA SPA - VIA FONTANA - 37054 NOGARA (VR) or by email at, to exercise their rights pursuant to Chapter III of the GDPR 679/2016 and to request an updated list of the data processors.
HINOWA SPA reserves the right to modify this Cookie Policy, in whole or in part, at its discretion. All changes will be effective, once the updated Policy is published on the Website. The last update was carried out on 10/05/2018. Use of the Site or its Services, after any amendment to this Policy, implies acceptance of these changes. If you do not consent to the terms of this Cookies Policy, in whole or in part, you must stop using the Site and the Services offered by Hinowa S.p.a.
Further choices on the use of cookies
In order to allow anyone visiting this site to make the best and complete choices regarding the use of cookies, not only in relation to those used on this site, we wish to provide the following information:
  1. All browsers on the market allow you to generally define your preferences regarding the use of cookies; the related features are usually accessible from the "Browser Settings" page;
  2. You’ll find it available online at the following address:              
    is a free service that allows users to know the list of "behavioural" cookies (i.e. profiling) on the device used for navigation, and to choose, individually or for all, whether to enable them or not; we recommend using this service;
  3. In general, disabling profiling cookies does not inhibit the regular operation of the sites visited and the browser used.
  4. The company accepts no responsibility in relation to the information provided at this point in the document and must therefore be considered as suggestions, which those who browse should check before using.