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This extensive circular letter on personal data processing describes how the website: uses cookies and tracking technologies for the personal data processing of identified or identifiable users who browse in the site.

The circular contains all the elements provided by Art. 13 of the EU Regulation 2016/679 and is laid out in compliance with the General Provision of the Supervisory Authority dated 10.6.2021 (n° 231).


The data controller is Fun Italian Export - Società Cooperativa Consortile - Via Maiella 4, 42123 Reggio Emilia (RE) - ITALY e Vat number: IT01978620357, which avails of its own processing managers or those of external processing companies.

Further information about the data processing activities performed through the website are available consulting the Privacy Policy.

The cookies or pixel trackers set by the website during the browsing session may be different depending on which browser SW is in use, cookies already stored, cache or accounts logged-in on third party websites or search engines. Cookies and tracker reported are detect in absence of these interferences.


Cookies are small text files which the sites visited by the user set directly to user’s browser, where they are stored to be then retransmitted to the sites themselves during the next visits (so-called first-party cookies). When surfing a site, the user may also receive on his cookies of different sites or web servers (so-called third-party cookies); this occurs because the web site visited may contain digital elements and contents, such as images, maps, sounds, specific links to web pages of other domains that reside on different services other than those on which the page requested is found. In other words, these are cookies that are set by a website different from the one actually visited.

The duration of the cookies may be limited to a single surfing session on the browser (so-called session cookies), and in this case automatically deleted when the visitor closes the browser; or they may also have a pre-set expiry and, in this case, will remain memorized and active in the user’s browser up to the given expiry date, continuing to gather and transmit information during the various browsing sessions on the browser (so-called long term or permanent cookies).

Cookies are used for different functions. Some are necessary to allow you to browse on the website and use its features (so-called technical cookies).

Others are used to obtain statistical information, whether or not in aggregate form, on the users which surf in the website and on how the website is used (so-called analytical cookies). This cookie may be sent by the website even without the user specific consent, if the information collected are necessary to create aggregate statistics related to a single website or to a group of websites belonging to a single data controller (first-party analytical cookies). For what concerns third-party-analytical cookies, them must be collected in a shape in which the IP address of users is at least partially disguised, in order to preserve data confidentiality.

Lastly, they are used to track a consumer profile of the user and allow him/her to view customized advertisements on the same website or in third parties ones, which may be interesting and in line with the user’s taste, consumption and browsing habits (so-called profiling cookies).

The website will submit this kind of cookie only after the user explicit consent provision, consent which have to be recorded through a cookie management system which has to give the user the possibility to choose whether or not to receive profiling cookies.

To learn more in detail about these different categories of cookies, please continue reading this circular. Discover how they work and their purposes, and freely choose whether to consent or block their usage (opt-in).


Technical cookies are tools set on user’s browser to allow functions, to optimize site’s pages loading, to keep the login status during the browsing session or to protect both users and webserver by cyber-attack (such as, for instance, DOS attack or Cross-site request forgery – CSRF). In the following table we report the list of technical cookies sent during the browsing on our website, with info on tools origin, expiring time, functions and links to the privacy policy of cookie’s provider (if available).

Name Origin Function Expiring
Anonymous session cookie First Party This cookie sets a random alphanumeric string compound by 32 characters and it's used to optimize webpages loading and the communications between server host and visitor (ex.: 45f93310892f3d2e35830da9524c5427) End of browsing session
jfcookie[lang] First Party Identifies the language of the user, and applies it to the web site. 1 Day
ja_teline_ii_tpl First Party This technical cookie it's useful to optimize the browsing throughout the website 354 Days

N.B.: The expiring time of cookies which expire in less than a day it’s indicated as “End of browsing session”.


Analytical cookies are necessary to collect information and statistical data on browsing and website usage habits in order to evaluate, improve, optimize and customize the browsing experience. Without the use of this type of tool for the website owner and other web service providers would be hard to collect feedback and data useful to improve his own services. However, those cookies aren’t used to create a profile of users browsing habits with the purpose to cast advertising campaigns or other marketing targeted operations, because data collected are usually encrypted, anonymized and/or aggregated. In the following table we report the list of analytical cookies sent during the browsing on our website, with info on tools origin, expiring time, functions and the link to the privacy policy of cookie’s provider (if available).

The website does not uses any analytical cookie.


Profiling cookies have generally the purpose to track user’s browsing behaviours in order to create a profile related to different parameters and to include users in smooth categories to customize adverts, search engine results and to cast advertising campaigns or other marketing targeted operations. In the following table we report the list of profiling cookies sent during the browsing on our website, with info on tool’s origin, expiring time, functions and the link to the privacy policy of cookie’s provider (if available).

The website does not uses any profiling - remarketing cookie.


Pixel trackers are useful tools and technologies to deliver engaging and interlinked experiences, composed single pixel image files sent by the website during pages loading and subsequently read to collect information about site use, useful to the website owner and/or other providers for different purposes.

The tracker can use the information you submit for a different purposes, such as sending customized advertisement material, to analyze user behaviors or provide services within the site, such as access to social networks or areas comments, and other technical and security features. In most cases, the information collected are anonymized or pseudonymized. Although sometimes the personal data do not undergo such treatment, which means they can directly identify a specific user.

The use of this technology could slow down the browsing experience, and, above all, make less certain the confidentiality of user’s personal information.

The website does not uses any pixel tracker.


Many of the data submissions of the user done through cookies are optional. To see how to handle cookies, according to the browser used (Edge, internet Explorer, Mozilla, Safari, Chrome), you can browse to the website to erase them, or for the same purpose you can use the tools integrated in the browser you’re using following those links:

Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Edge, Opera

Opera ????copy the following link in search bar: opera://settings/clearBrowserData

The user, managing the choice related to cookies, can make use of services provided by EDAA or similar services provided by other subjects. Through those tools, you can manage your preferences concerning the cookies matters for a wide part of tracking tools. Google also allow to customize the preferences on advertisement linked to your Google Account by using the following tool:

Some tracking tools will be sent by the website only after your explicit consent provision. This consent, when necessary, will be provided by choosing the different option through a banner displayed during the first access on the website. After the consent provision, the user may changes his preferences in a page on the website dedicated to cookie management choices.

If you wouldn’t be tracked through cookies or other similar tracking technologies we suggest you to set the browser in “private mode” (which auto-delete browsing data stored in the browser during the session) or to delete periodically browser history, cache – partition where are stored files related to visited web pages, with the purpose to provide a faster loading of the same during following sessions – and cookies stored on the browser.


The personal data are processed with automatized instruments, for the time strictly necessary to pursue the objectives explained earlier.

Specific security measures are adopted to prevent the loss of the data, their illicit or incorrect use and unauthorised access.

For all the information related to the third-parties who may access your data and, generally, on the data process operations performed through the website a specific Privacy Policy is available on the website.


We inform you about the existence of your rights to access to your personal data, to rectify and/or cancel the same, restrict the process performed on your data, object to processing activities and to request data portability (Articles 15 to 22 of the EU Regulations 2016/679 GDPR);

The specific complaint to the Data Controller can be presented by contacting the same e-mail address:

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If the data processing has his foundation on your explicit consent (art. 6, § 1, lect. a), you have the right to revoke this consent whenever you want, without to prejudice the lawfulness of previous processing activities.

You are entitled to file your complaints with the control authority at the Supervisory Authority address for the protection of personal data, by sending a certified e-mail to the address This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or with the control authority of another EU member country.


This circular was updated on 21/09/2022