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In accordance with the current regulations regarding the protection of personal data, through this policy, Mancini Mec Service S.r.l., with registered office in 47522 Pievesestina di Cesena (FC), Via Fossalta, 2785, VAT/Tax Code 02633230400, telephone number 0547.31.89.57, email address:; in its capacity as data controller (hereinafter also the ‘Controller’), intends to provide users with all the necessary information regarding the cookies installed on this website (the ‘Site’).

This document is an integral part of the Privacy Policy, which can be consulted through the appropriate link.

For any further information or questions regarding the processing of data, you can contact the Controller using the above contacts.


Cookies are typically text strings that websites (so-called Publishers, or “first parties”) visited by the user or different websites or web servers (so-called “third parties”) place and store – directly in the case of Publishers and indirectly, i.e., through these Publishers, in the case of third parties – on a terminal device within the user’s control used to access the internet (such as a computer, smartphone, tablet, or any other device capable of storing information). They are stored and then transmitted to the same websites upon the user’s subsequent visit.

Cookies can be stored permanently and have a variable duration (so-called persistent cookies), but they can also disappear when the browser is closed or have a limited duration (so-called session cookies).

Similarly, cookies can be installed by the site you are visiting (so-called first-party cookies), but also by other websites (so-called third-party cookies), and they can be used for various purposes, such as computer authentication, session monitoring, and storing information about the activities of users accessing a specific site.

Based on their intended purpose, it is possible to categorize the cookies installed on the website into the following categories: technical cookies, functional cookies, and analytical cookies.

2 Types of Cookies:

Technical Cookies

Functional Cookies

Analytical Cookies

Profiling/Advertising Cookies

Technical cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the website and to provide users with seamless navigation (for example, allowing them to maintain access to restricted areas throughout their visit to the site). Furthermore, they enable the proper provision of services requested by users during their navigation.

These cookies are tools used by the website owner to ensure efficient navigation, session stability, user access maintenance, and preselection of the selected country for navigation. They are also used to store the choices made by the user regarding the display of specific elements on the page, such as informational banners and communications.

It is important to emphasize that the use of technical cookies and the associated processing activities do not require the prior consent of the user. The legal basis allowing the processing of related data is the performance of services requested directly by the user (as indicated in Article 6.1, b) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679, known as the ‘GDPR’.)

Functionality cookies are solely intended to enhance and expedite navigation on the Website by storing certain choices made by the user (such as language preferences, user authentication for the duration of the session, or preferences for accessing multimedia content on the site). As they are installed in response to services directly requested by the user, these cookies do not require the user’s consent. For this reason, they will be treated by the Data Controller as technical cookies.

However, it should be noted that in some limited cases, for example, when the functionality of the cookie extends beyond the user’s browsing session, the user may be required to activate the cookie through a positive action, such as selecting a “flag” (e.g., the functionality that allows remembering user login credentials) so that the choice can be stored for a subsequent visit to the Website by the user.

The following functionality cookies are present on the Website: [list the specific functionality cookies here]







used to adapt the website to the user’s screen size or display characteristics.




Analytical cookies. In line with the most advanced European guidelines regarding the installation of this specific type of cookies, the Website uses analytics cookies for which the user is asked to give its consent. In particular, third-party cookies collect information about how users use the Website (number of visitors, pages visited, time spent, conversions, etc.). This information is used by the Data Controller, in particular, to improve the functionality of the Website, such as recording any errors detected by users and ensuring a smoother and more immediate navigation experience. By collecting data only in aggregate form, in a way that does not in any way identify users, these cookies are equivalent to technical cookies. However, if these cookies are implemented in conjunction with other features that do not allow the possible identification of the data subject to be excluded, their installation will be subject to the prior consent of the user.

The following analytical cookies are present on the Website: [list the specific analytical cookies here]







The cookie “_ga,” installed by Google Analytics, calculates visitor data, sessions, and campaigns, and also tracks website usage for the site’s analytical report. The cookie stores information in an anonymous form and assigns a randomly generated number to recognize unique visitors.

2 years



Installed by Google Analytics, the “_gid” cookie stores information about how visitors use a website, while simultaneously generating an analytical report on the site’s performance. Some of the collected data includes the number of visitors, their origin, and the pages visited in an anonymous form.

1 day



YouTube sets this cookie through embedded YouTube videos and records anonymous statistical data.

2 years



Third-party cookies (External Services Used):

  • Google Analytics

Google Analytics with IP anonymization (Google Inc.)

Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google uses the Personal Data collected to track and examine the use of this Website, compile reports, and share them with other Google services.

Google may use Personal Data to contextualize and personalize ads within its advertising network.


Profiling/Advertising Cookies: These cookies are used to track the user’s browsing behavior, analyze it for marketing purposes, and create profiles based on its tastes/habits. This allows for targeted advertising messages in line with the user’s interests and preferences expressed during browsing, measuring the effectiveness of the advertising message, and adopting corresponding business strategies.

The following profiling/advertising cookies are present on the Website: [list the specific profiling/advertising cookies here]







The YSC cookie is set by YouTube and is used to track video views embedded in YouTube pages.




It is a cookie set by YouTube to measure bandwidth, which determines whether the user receives the new or old player interface.

5 months 27 days



YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of users who are using an embedded YouTube video.




YouTube sets this cookie to store the video preferences of users who use an embedded YouTube video.





Upon accessing any page of the Website, a banner is displayed to the user containing a brief explanation of cookie management methods and the choices that the user can make, with the option to obtain more information by consulting this extended information. Before continuing with navigation, the user is invited to read this information and is asked to indicate its preferences regarding the installation of optional cookies on its browser.

For this purpose, the user has the option to either accept the installation of all cookies by clicking the ‘ACCEPT ALL COOKIES’ button or reject it by clicking the ‘REJECT COOKIES’ button. Alternatively, the user can choose the specific type of cookies to install by clicking the ‘COOKIE SETTINGS’ button.

It should be noted that the switch command to enable or disable a specific type of cookie is set by default to ‘Disabled’ mode.

In the COOKIE SETTINGS area, the user can choose analytically the functionalities, third parties, and cookies they wish to install and can give consent to the use of all cookies if not previously given or revoke it, even in a single solution, if already expressed.

Closing the banner (e.g., by selecting the appropriate command marked with an X in the top right corner) will maintain the default settings and therefore allow continued browsing without cookies.

At any time, you can review your cookie preferences by clicking on the gear icon located in the bottom left corner.


In accordance with the applicable regulations, particularly with regard to the simplified methods by which each user can express its desire not to have one or more specific types of unnecessary cookies installed (i.e., exercise opt-out), the user can change its consent at any time, if already given, for the installation of individual optional cookies using the specific panel accessible in paragraph 4 of this statement.

However, if desired, the user can also manage cookies directly through its browser settings, following the methods indicated at the following links:

[Provide links or instructions specific to the user’s browser for disabling cookies]

Please note that disabling cookies in your browser may affect the functionality and user experience of the website.


However, by deleting cookies in this way, the user may remove the preferences set for this Website, which is why it would be advisable to periodically visit this page to review them.

Additional methods to prevent the installation of cookies on the user’s device include the possibility to: i) reject third-party cookies by default using certain browser features; ii) enable the ‘Do Not Track’ option (automatic interruption of the collection of certain browsing data) available in most modern browsers; iii) activate ‘private browsing’ mode.

It should be noted, however, that disabling cookies could complicate navigation or prevent users from moving freely from one page to another, fully enjoying all the features of the Website.



At any time and without any formality, the user may exercise the rights recognized by the current data protection legislation by requesting the Data Controller:

  • Access: To confirm whether or not there is data processing concerning them, as well as to obtain further clarification regarding the information provided in this statement, and to receive the data itself within reasonable limits.
  • Rectification: To obtain the correction or integration of the data provided or otherwise held by the Data Controller, if they are inaccurate.
  • Erasure: To ensure that its data acquired or processed by the Data Controller is deleted if it is no longer necessary for the purposes outlined above, or in the absence of disputes or controversies, or in the case of withdrawal of consent or objection to processing, or in the case of unlawful processing, or finally if there is a legal obligation to delete the data.
  • Restriction: To obtain temporary blocking of the processing of its personal data when one of the conditions mentioned in Article 18 of the GDPR is met.
  • Objection: By ensuring that the Data Controller refrains from continuing to process its data on the basis of its legitimate interest unless there are legitimate reasons for the Data Controller to continue processing that outweigh the user’s interests, for example, for the exercise or defense of a legal right. The user’s objection will always prevail over the Data Controller’s legitimate interest in processing its data for marketing purposes.
  • Portability: To receive its data or have it transmitted to another controller in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format.

Furthermore, in accordance with Article 7.3 of the GDPR, the user can exercise its right to withdraw their consent at any time without affecting the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent given before withdrawal.


Finally, the user has the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority at any time.


As previously indicated, the data controller is Mancini Mec Service S.r.l., with registered office at 47522 Pievesestina di Cesena (FC), Via Fossalta, 2785, VAT/Tax Code 02633230400, phone number 0547.31.89.57, email address:; reachable to exercise the rights listed above or for any information regarding the data processing covered by this statement, either by postal mail to the registered office or by email to