1. Data Controller

Hantano, the data controller of your personal data as per Article 28 of Legislative Decree. 196/03, provides the following paragraph on our Cookie Policy. As Data Controller, we would like to provide the following information on data handling in addition to that found in the Privacy Policy on the website. It describes the various types of cookie and technology used on this website, in view of the Privacy Authority’s publication in May 2004 entitled “Identifying simplified ways to inform and acquire consent for cookies – 08 May 2014.

  1. How to accept cookies

As briefly explained in the banner that appears on your first visit to, you can consent to the use of cookies just by scrolling down the page or by clicking any element of contents in one of the pages on the site. By continuing to navigate and exiting this cookie policy, in the absence of specific choices regarding cookies, will be considered consent to use all cookies.

  1. What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files sent by the sites you visit to your device (usually a browser). They are stored in the corresponding browser folder while you are visiting a website, and are sent back to the same site the next time you visit. Cookies do not contain comprehensible information but allow you to be associated with the personal data you provided on Cookies are sent out by our servers, and no one can access the information they contain. Only Hantano can use the information provided by the cookies, in an anonymous form, in order to optimise our services and website for your needs and preferences. They are used to improve navigation, save the preferences you enter (username, password, etc.) and to track your tastes and preferences, allowing us to conduct targeted marketing initiatives or provide services associated with the Data Controller’s activities, such as newsletters, site management notifications, etc. If you restrict their use, the usability of the website and its contents will be affected. You can always block cookies in advance or delete them from your browser cache, but if you do so, the services offered by the web application may be limited.

  1. Types of cookie

Strictly necessary cookies : we use some strictly necessary cookies to allow you to access the site, navigate from one page to another and use the services you request.

Performance Cookie: we use this type of cookie to analyse visitors’ behaviour and monitor site performance. This allows us to keep the quality of the services high, identifying and quickly correcting any problems that could arise. For example, we use performance cookies to track which pages are most popular, the most common navigation behaviour and which error pages are viewed by users.

Functional cookies: we use this type of cookie to save your preferences. For example, they can save the language and currency you select, so you don’t have to specify them every time you visit.

  1. Managing cookies

Most browsers are configured to accept, control or disable cookies through the settings menu. The cookies are linked to the browser you use and can be disabled directly through it. The following links tell you how to manage cookies for these browsers: