Cookies policy

Ban-Up S.p.A. (therein after “Ban-Up”) website cannot provide its Service without sending some cookies and/or similar technologies. Therefore, whenever you use Ban-Up website and/or Service offered through it, you expressly authorize Ban-Up to use the mentioned technologies. Anyhow, you can avoid some cookies through the settings of your browser or by expressly refusing Cookies.

This Cookies Policy has the following paragraph:
1. What are the Cookies?
2. Cookies of First party and Cookies of Third party
3. Session Cookies and Permanent Cookies
4. Cookies on Ban-Up’s website
5. Transparency on Cookies

1. What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are inside the directory of your browser. Whenever you access a website a cookie is sent to the device used to access the website, the cookie automatically sends information to the browser. Cookies are really common and used by several website. This is due to the fact that cookies allow to the website operator to do useful things, i.e., informing the operator if the device (and probably its user) has already visited the website. Generally, the objective of cookies is to improve the website operation and the user experience of the website. In order to have more information on the nature and the workability of cookies please visit All About Cookies.

2. Cookies of First party and Cookies of Third party

Ban-Up, through its website, can send cookies to your device. The cookies that Ban-Up sends are defined as first party cookies. The first party cookies are owned by Ban-Up’s website, which has created them. The use of such cookies allows Ban-Up to run the website in an efficient way and to track the behavior of the user. Ban-Up allows also third party to send cookies in your device. The difference between first party cookie and third party one is the control of the entity which send the cookie. Even if Ban-Up allows to third party to send cookies, Ban-Up has no control over the information delivered by cookie and it has no access to the data. The mentioned data and information are entirely controlled by the third party according to its privacy policy.

3. Session Cookies and Permanent Cookies

Ban-Up website may send to your device both session and permanent cookies. Whilst the difference between a first party and a third party cookie concerns the subject who has the control on the initial dispatching of the cookie to your device, the difference between session and permanent cookie concerns the time frame of operation of the cookie. The session cookies last until that you close the browser. When you close your browser, the session cookie expires. The permanent cookie, as indicated by the name, are constant and continues to operate even after you have closed your browser. This consents a faster and easier access to the website.

4. Cookies on Ban-Up website

Ban-Up website may send you cookies and similar technologies in different way and with different goals. Generally, the objectives include:
• Simplify your experience and use of the Website;
• Monitor, analyze, improves the operation and efficiency of the Website and of the Service offered by Ban-Up.

Ban-Up intends to be transparent and clear regarding the condition and the purpose of its use of cookies and other technologies. Therefore, under this paragraph Ban-Up has specified that cookies are important for your use of the Website and of the Services.

4.1 Cookies of Website

The cookies of Website are cookies sent by the server of Ban-Up in order to allow the use of the website. The use of session cookies is strictly limited to the transmission of identifying of session (consisting of the casual number generated by the server) necessary in order to consent a safe and efficient surf on the website. The user tracking cookies are first party cookies that track the ID and settings of the user during the visit and the use of the Website. Ban-Up considers this cookies useful for the operation of the Website and may send them to your device to improve your experience of the Website and of Ban-Up’s Services.

4.2. Third party cookies

Google Analytics: Ban-Up uses Google Analytics, a service of web analytics provided by Google, which sends cookies to your device. The information generated by the cookie regarding your use of the Website (including the IP address that indicates your internet identifier) are forwarded to Google and kept by Google on US server. Google uses these information to evaluate the use of the Website, to prepare reports regarding the activity on the Website for website operators and to provide other services regarding the activity of the Website and of internet. Google may transfer this information to third party if required by the law or if the third party elaborates the information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate your IP address to other data, which it has in its archive. For further details regarding Google Analytics, you may consult Cookies and Analytics and the related privacy policy of Google Analytics.

Name of the Cookie Duration
_gat 10 minutes
_ga 2 years

Google Maps: Google Maps provides interactive maps, which allows the editorial operator to include interactive maps on their website. Ban-Up Website use Google Maps in order to provide detailed information on the localization of our office. Ban-Up uses Google Maps because it believes that it can contribute to improve the quality of your web experience. Consequently, Google may install a cookie called “NID” (which last 6 months) and a cookie called “PREF” (which last 2 years). In order to access to the privacy policy of Google, which includes information regarding the cookies of Google Maps should click here.

5. Transparency on Cookies

Ban-Up wants to make the use of cookie and similar technologies as transparent as possible. As specified above, Ban-Up is not able to provide its Website and its Services without Ban-Up’s cookies. If you do not want to receive cookie of third party you can exclude the receipt of it through the third party website. Please note that this exclusion is outside Ban-Up S.p.A. control. Ban-Up S.p.A. has provided to you a link through which you will find all the necessary information in order to exclude the receipt of the third party cookie. Additionally, certain browsers allow you to choose how the browser will react to the request of third party to send cookie on your device. In order to limit the receipt of cookie through the browser and to understand how to avoid the receipt of cookie please visit the following website Firefox; Internet Explorer; Google Chrome and Safari. Ban-Up reserved to itself the discretionary right to modify the present Cookie Policy. All the modifications will become effectively immediately after the publication of the updated Policy. The use of the Website or of its Service after the update of the Cookie Policy implies the acceptance of the amendments. If you do not agree at the Cookie Policy, you are invited to stop using the Website.