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This cookie policy refers exclusively to the website (“LTCJ”) and must be understood as an integral part of the Privacy Policy published on the following link

Cookies are short text files that are downloaded and saved in the terminal (computer / smartphone / tablet) of the user when accessing certain websites and that are stored therein.

Cookies allow, among other things, to store and retrieve information relating to the user’s browsing habits, to view the visited pages and the connection time, to analyze the operations, to check for technical problems, etc.

Depending on the information they contain and on how the terminal is used, cookies can be utilized to recognize the user.

Cookies are distinguished according to different classification criteria.

 In relation to the ownership:

a) Own cookies. They are the cookies of Lorella Tamberi.
b) Third-party cookies. They are cookies owned by a third party, different from Lorella Tamberi, which will process the obtained information.

In relation to the purpose:

a) Technical and / or custom cookies. They are those that serve to improve navigation, identify problems, recognize the user, etc.
b) Analytical and / or profiling cookies. They are used to collect information on navigation and to send advertising messages, generic or customized. LTCJ does not use profiling cookies.

What are cookies for?

Cookies are used to offer personalized services and / or advertising, to analyze the operation of the system, to recognize the user at the time of access, to identify problems and solve them as quickly as possible, as well as to analyze and monitor the use and activity of the web page.

Is my consent necessary to install a cookie?

No consent is required for the installation of technical cookies or of those strictly necessary to the supplier for the provision of a service expressly requested by the recipient. For everything else, user consent is necessary and can be requested in various ways. In the case of LTCJ, consent is understood to be given if the user continues browsing on LTCJ.

However, the user may revoke this consent and deactivate cookies at any time.

What cookies are used by LTCJ?

Technical: OWN, session, identification, configuration and registration cookies are those strictly necessary for the identification of the user and for the provision of the services by him requested. The information obtained through these cookies is solely processed by LTCJ.

Statistical: The services contained in this section allow the Data Controller to monitor and analyse traffic data and are used to keep track of user behaviour.

Google Analytics with anonymized IP (Google Inc.)

Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google uses Personal Information collected for the purpose of tracking and examining the use of this Application, compiling reports and sharing them with other services developed by Google.

Google may use the Personal Data to contextualise and personalize the advertisements of its advertising network.

This integration of Google Analytics makes your IP address anonymous. Anonymisation works by shortening the IP address of the users within the borders of the member states of the European Union or in other countries participating in the agreement on the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional cases, the IP address will be sent to Google’s servers and shortened within the United States.

Personal Data collected: Cookies and Usage Data.

Place of processing: USA – Privacy Policy ( – Opt Out (

Contact: by registering with the mailing list or the newsletter, the user’s email address is automatically added to a list of contacts to which email messages containing information, including commercial and promotional information, relating to LTCJ may be transmitted. The user’s email address may also be added to this list as a result of registering on LTCJ or after making a purchase.

Personal Data collected: name, surname, date and place of birth, e-mail address.

Interaction with social networks: this type of services allows interaction with social networks, or other external platforms, directly from the pages of LTCJ. The interactions and information acquired from LTCJ are in any case subject to the privacy settings of the user relating to each social network. In the event that an interaction service with social networks is installed, it is possible that, even if the users do not use the service, it collects traffic data relating to the pages in which it is installed.

 Cookies used on the website: 




Strictly Required Cookies



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Reporting And Analytics




Marketing And Retargeting




Functional cookies


How to install or remove cookies from the terminal:

Default settings for the majority of browsers provide for accepting of cookies, but the user can change these settings by changing the browser configurations. There are also various kinds of software that may change cookies, such as web services or additional browser components.

It is possible to block all kinds of cookies, or to accept only some of them and disable others. The section “settings” or “preferences” in the browser’s menu allows to avoid interacting with some cookies and with other tracking technologies, and to be notified when such technologies are in use. Alternatively, it is also possible to consult the section “help” in the navigation toolbar, which is present in most browsers.

For more information about cookies and on how to manage your cookies preferences (first-party and third-party cookies), users are invited to visit the platform It is also to be noted that, in some cases, disabling the cookies may cause the misfunctioning of the website and/or limit the service offered.

This page is visible, via the link on the footer of every LTCJ page – pursuant to Article 122, paragraph 2, of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 and as a result of the simplified modes to inform and acquire consent for the use of cookies published in the Gazzetta Ufficiale no. 126 of June 3, 2014, and its registry of regulations no. 229 of May 8, 2014.