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Privacy Statement & Cookie Policy

Privacy statement

Imagicle spa is dedicated to protecting its Customers, Suppliers, Partners and Employees (or potential)' privacy.

Here we provide information on how we process personal data. This information note is in application of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003 “Personal data privacy protection code” (the Privacy Code).



In application of Article 13 of Leg. Decree 196/2003 on the protection of personal data, prior to establishing a contractual relationship and before processing any of their data, Imagicle provides its Customers, Suppliers, Partners and Employees (or potential) with information on:



The purpose of processing

The data provided is processed for the following purposes:

  • establishment and execution of a contractual relationship
  • economic and information communication (subject to prior consent)

Data communication and distribution

Data may be shared inside Imagicle to persons responsible for coordinating activities inherent to the services offered by Imagicle, or with third parties (e.g. banks, consulting firms, agents) for credit risk protection, market research, economic and statistical analysis, and commercial information and communication. Data will be shared only as strictly necessary to perform the duties assigned by us to these third parties. Data may also be shared with public authorities requiring it in exercising their powers.

Data processing

Data are processed electronically and/or automatically and/or via the third parties listed above. Data are processed and organized in databases, and archived as required by law.
Data are processed for the organization and elaboration of personal data, including data from access logs and the use of services available via Internet, related to the purpose indicated, and in any case, in such a way as to guarantee the security and privacy of the data and of the electronic communications with regard to risks of data loss, illegal use and unauthorized access.

Type of data

Certain types of data are essential to the establishment of a contractual relationship to the continuation of an existing relationship. Other data are not required for these purposes. In the first case, data must be provided, while this is optional in the second. Therefore, data must be provided when required by law or when indispensable for organizational needs and to provide the requested services.
Refusal to provide this data would prevent the establishment of a contractual relationship and the provision of the related services.

Archiving of traffic data

The processed personal data are archived for the time required to provide the requested services and functions, and in any case within the limits established by the Privacy Code and applicable legislation.

The data controller

The controller of the data collected is Imagicle spa, via Fondacci, 272 – 55054 Massarosa (LU).

The data processor

The processor of the data collected is Massimo Di Puccio, co CEO of Imagicle spa, via Fondacci, 272 – 55054 Massarosa (LU), email –

The rights of the concerned parties

At any time, the concerned parties may exercise their rights to the data processor, pursuant to and for the effects of Article 7 of the Privacy Code, obtaining confirmation of one's personal data and learning their content and origin, verify their correctness or request their addition, update or correction. Under the same article, concerned parties have the right to request the deletion, transformation in anonymous form or blocking of any data processed in violation of the law, and oppose their processing for legitimate reasons. To exercise the right to access, correction, addition, modification, etc., please contact the person above.

Specific information on the use of the website

Imagicle S.p.A. is dedicated to protecting privacy and wants its site's visitors to feel safe, both while browsing the site and when providing their personal data to use specific functions or services
We ask each visitor to keep in mind that the pages of our website may contain links to the websites of other, independent, subjects, for which this security declaration does not apply.

Browser and user data

Browser data

While browsing, our systems collect a number of data (e.g. access date and time, pages visited, ISP name and IP address used for Internet access, the Internet address from which our site was accessed, etc.), the transmission of which uses web communication protocols and which may be useful to improve the management and optimise the data sending and e-mail system.
These data may also be used to collect anonymous statistical data on site use, to monitor its proper functioning, and are kept only for the time required for these purposes.

Data provided voluntarily by the use

In order to access certain services or functions, or to send requests, people browsing the site may send personal data to Imagicle (e.g. e-mail address, login data). Imagicle will process these data only to permit the provision of the services or functions and to manage requests.


What is a cookie?

Websites use cookies to recognize users during a session. According to the Privacy Commissioner, they are "small bits of text file" composed of letters and numbers that "are sent by the sites visited by users to the computer (generally the browser) where they are saved in order to be sent back to the sites at the next visit by the same user".

Imagicle SpA cookies

Imagicle uses the following types of cookie:

  • session (not saved on the user's computer but deleted when the browser is closed) limited to sending session identifiers (composed of random numbers generated by the server to which you are connected) necessary to use the site and correctly display its contents
  • functional cookies, that allow users to browse based on a series of criteria (such as language) in order to improve the site's browsing experience or to authenticate and manage a browsing session (e.g. to identify and authorize a user to access a Partner Area)

In particular, Imagicle uses the following cookies:

Cookie name Purpose Type of cookie Expiry   
.ASPXANONYMOUS Allows connection without authentication session At the end of the session

Anti-forgery cookie that blocks the transmission of unauthorized data to the website ("Cross-Site Request Forgery").

function At the end of the session

Identifies the type of connected device

function At the end of the session
language Identifies the user's language function At the end of the session
.DOTNETNUKE Identifies the user if authenticated on the website function At the end of the session or after 20 hours if the "Remember me" option is activated
cookieconsent_dismissed Saves the user's selection for Imagicle's cookies policy function 1 year
liEmailAddress Identifies the user's e-mail address used for login session At the end of the session
linkedinauth Indicates whether login via LinkedIn was successful session At the end of the session
linkedin_oauth_77l5z0kuvt0xg1_crc Cookie used for authentication via LinkedIn session At the end of the session

Any other cookies generated by and not present in this table are functional or session cookies.

Third party cookies

Imagicle uses services offered by Google and Google Analytics to collect, aggregate and analyze data in order to better understand how the site is used. Imagicle uses these cookies to collect anonymous and aggregated data for a limited time. The data is used, for example, to monitor and analyze site use, improve its functions and more accurately choose content and graphic design, in order to meet visitors' expectations.

Information on how Google Analytics is used and its privacy policy are available on this  link. To deactivate these specific cookies, Google provides a free plugin that can be installed on major browsers. If you do not accept these cookies, certain functions on the site may not be available.

Imagicle also uses Olark web chat. Olark's cookies (ok, _okac, _okbk, _okla, _oklv, hblid, olfsk, wcsid) allow Imagicle to provide live chat support to clients and visitors. Information on how Olark Chat is used and its privacy policy are available on this link.

Consent to cookie installation

Users/visitors may decide whether to allow the installation of cookies on their computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and modified using the browser's "Preferences". By default almost all web browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. You can modify the settings and disable cookies in your browser's settings:

If you deactivate cookies, certain site functions may be disabled. However, even with the cookies disabled, the browser will still save a small amount of data. These data are necessary for the site's basic functions. If the user does not interact with the consent forms and exits the consent message by closing it or continuing to browse the site, consent is considered to have been given for all cookies.

Processing required by law

All of the data listed above may also be processed in order to fulfill legal obligations for the times required by the Privacy Code. Processing may also be done to determine liability in the event of computer crimes causing damage to the site, which are investigated by the judicial authorities. In this case, archiving times will depend on the duration of the investigation.

Optional data

Except as indicated for browser data, the provision of personal data is free and optional. Regarding the use of cookies, anyone browsing the site may make choices using the browser functions listed above.


This privacy policy was updated on June 2015.