The company Fassa UK Ltd with registered office in Fassa House - Ashchurch Business Centre, Alexandra Way, Ashchurch - Tewkesbury GL20 8TD (United Kingdom), VAT Registration No GB 186 5447 69, as data controller (hereinafter referred to as "Company") set out below information regarding browsing data and the operation of cookies and other tracking tools, within the websites [] (the "Website"), also based on the indications provided by the Authority for the protection of personal data. For the purposes of this notice, the term "cookies" will also refer to the other tracking tools used by the Website, as better described below.

The following information is provided for the Website and not also for other websites of third parties that may be consulted by the user through links.

This Cookie Policy should be read in addition to the Privacy Policy found at the following link [], which should be referred to for any other information on the processing of personal data, including users' rights and how to exercise them.


  1. Browsing data, cookies and other tracking tools


  1. Browsing data

The computer systems and software procedures used to operate the Website acquire during their normal operation some personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols.


This information is not collected to be associated with identified persons, but by its very nature could, through processing and association with data held by third parties, allow users to be identified.


This category of data includes the IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by users connecting to the Website, the URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) notation addresses of the requested resources, the time of the request, the method used in submitting the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the numerical code indicating the status of the response given by the server (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters related to the user's operating system and computer environment.


This data is used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information on the use of the Website and to check its correct functioning and is deleted immediately after processing.


The data could be used to ascertain responsibility in the event of hypothetical computer crimes to the detriment of the Website: except for this eventuality, the data themselves are kept for the time defined by the relevant legal regulations or, in general, for the time strictly necessary to provide the user with the requested service to ensure the transmission of the communication.

  1. Cookie and other tracking tools

Cookies are usually strings of text that websites (so-called publishers or "first party") visited by the user or other websites and other web services (so-called "third parties") place and store within a computer device accessed by the user. These are stored directly, in the case of publishers, and indirectly in the case of "third parties". The devices referred to are, for example, a personal computer, tablet, smartphone, or any other device capable of storing information.


Software for navigating the Internet and operating these devices, e.g., browsers, can store cookies and then transmit them back to the websites that generated them on a subsequent visit by the same user, thus maintaining memory of the user's previous interaction with one or more websites.


Information encoded in cookies can include personal data, such as an IP address, user name, unique identifier, or e-mail address, but it can also contain non-personal data, such as language settings or information about the type of device a person is using to browse the website.


Cookies can therefore perform important and diverse functions including, tracking sessions, storing information about specific configurations regarding users accessing the server, facilitating the enjoyment of online content, and so on. For example, they can be used to keep track of items in an online shopping cart or information used to fill out a computer form. Through cookies it is possible to allow web pages to load faster, as well as to route information over a network (this is fundamental to the very operation of websites), and cookies also allow for behavioral advertising (so-called "behavioral advertising") and to measure the effectiveness of the advertising message, i.e. to match the type and mode of services rendered, to the user’s behavior which has been previously observed.


The same can also be achieved through the use of other tools (the totality of which can be distinguished between so-called "active identifiers," such as precisely cookies, and "passive identifiers," the latter assuming mere observation), which allow for processing similar to that indicated above.


  1. Types of cookies

Cookies and other tracking tools can have different characteristics from a temporal point of view and thus be considered according to their duration (session-long or permanent), or from a subjective point of view (depending on whether the publisher acts independently or on behalf of the "third party"). However, the classification that mainly meets user protection needs is the one that is based on two macro categories. Similarly to cookies, other tracking tools can also be categorized according to a number of different criteria, however the main criteria remains the purpose for which they are used: either technical or commercial.

  1. Strictly necessary cookies that do not require user consent.

These cookies are used for the sole purpose of allowing the transmission of communications through an electronic communication network, or in a manner strictly necessary for an information society service  provider in order to provide a service required by a contracting party or a user.  

Users' prior consent is not required for the installation of strictly necessary cookies. However, all browsers allow you to change cookie settings. You can usually find these settings in the "options" or "preferences" menu of the user's browser. To understand these settings, the following links may be helpful. Or you can use the "Help" option in your browser for more information.

If the use of strictly necessary cookies is blocked, the service offered to you through the Website will be limited, thereby affecting your experience of using the Website.

  1. Targeting cookies and other cookies that require user consent

These cookies are used to trace back to specific, identified or identifiable subjects, specific actions or pattern in order to group the different profiles within homogeneous clusters of different width, so that it is possible for the controller, among other things, also to modulate the provision of the service in an increasingly personalized way beyond what is strictly necessary for the provision of the service, as well as to send targeted advertising messages, i.e. in line with the preferences expressed by the user in the context of surfing the web; this type of cookie can be downloaded to the user's device only with the user's prior consent.

Also included in this category are cookies used to enable interactions and easy sharing of content on social networks and/or to enable the sending of targeted advertisements based on user preferences (so-called "social cookies").

  1. Analytical or performance cookies (which may or may not require user consent depending on the characteristics)

Cookies may also be used, among other things, to assess the effectiveness of an information society service provided by a publisher, for the design of a website or to help measure its "traffic," i.e., the number of visitors including possibly broken down by geographic area, time zone or other characteristics. These identifiers, defined as analytical cookies, can be included in the category of strictly necessary ones, and as such be used in the absence of the prior acquisition of the consent of the user, provided that the following conditions occur:

  • are used only to produce aggregate statistics and in relation to a single website or mobile application;
  • at least the fourth component of the IP address is masked for third parties’ cookies;
  • third parties refrain from combining such analytical cookies with other processing (customer files or statistics of visits to other websites, for example) or passing them on to third parties.

If these conditions are not met, analytical cookies also require user consent in order to be downloaded.


  1. Where information collected through cookies is processed

Information collected through cookies is processed primarily within the European Economic Area (EEA). Certain third-party cookies, however, may result in the transfer of related information outside the EEA. In such a case, the Company has taken additional technical and organizational measures in order to ensure the security of any personal data transmitted with the information collected by the cookies, favoring where possible the anonymization of the same. In any case any transfer is made in compliance with the UK GDPR (i.e. the retained EU law version of the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) and the Data Protection Act 2018, and Chapter V of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 ("GDPR") e.g. because towards the third country there is an adequacy decision or because the transfer is made on the basis of adequate safeguards. 

For detailed information with respect to such transfers, you will be able to write to the company at any time using the information in Section 3 below. Contact. 


  1. List of cookies used by the Website

3. Contacts


The contact details of the Company, for questions and for exercising the rights related to the processing of personal data, and of the Data Protection Officer (DPO) are as follows: and