Cookie Policy

What cookies are

A cookie is a text file that is stored on computers, tablets, mobile phones, and any device used to surf the Internet, which stores the user's browsing information and preferences. Any information obtained through cookies will be treated and stored safely. Cookies can be used to make navigation easier and customize your experience on our websites.

Managing “cookies” on web sites

We inform you that the following types of cookies are available on Loghìa's website at

Technical Cookies: These cookies are essential for the proper functioning of our websites and to use and/or improve the various functions and services required. Being the technical cookies essential for the proper functioning of a website, they may also be used without the prior consent of the user, subject to the obligation of disclosure the Privacy Policy of Loghia's web sites.

Session cookies: These cookies are not permanently stored on the user's computer and are deleted with the browser closing in order to allow the user a better usability of the site. It is therefore stated that if the user decides to set up the specific browser function that automatically blocks all cookies, you may not be able to access all services available on the site.
Analysis Cookies: These are Google Analytics cookies, which is a Google web analytics tool that allows website owners to understand how visitors interact with their websites and to analyze aggregated information And therefore, anonymous.

For more information about the Google Analytics service and the procedures to disable cookies, you can visit the following links:

In all cases, remember that the collected data does not allow you to personally identify the user: all the collected data is aggregated and as such anonymous.

Third party cookies: Our website may allow you to use third-party cookies (for example, when there are social plugins on the site that allow you to share our content on social media networks like Facebook or Twitter, but not only). Third Party cookies are not under our control and therefore, for more information about how Third Party uses cookies, we recommend that you visit the Third Party website. Find listed below some of the most common web addresses with, where available, the various information and ways to manage Third Party cookies:


Site navigation and cookie policy changes

By using the web site you agree to this information regarding the use of "cookies" for the above purposes.
Loghia reserves the right to make changes to this cookie policy. You agree to be bound by any such and any future revisions and you are therefore bound to visit this page periodically to be informed about any changes.