What are cookies

The futura-technology.com website uses cookies. As clarified by the Italian Privacy Authority in its FAQ available at www.garanteprivacy.it, cookies are “small text files” – consisting of letters and numbers – “that the websites visited by the user send to his or her terminal (usually the browser), where they are stored before being sent back to the same websites during the next visit by the same user”.

Cookies are used for various purposes including: web traffic analysis, to provide personalized content, to improve the website and the users’ browsing experience, etc.
It is not possible to use cookies to access information stored on the user’s device, even if cookies are downloaded on it. Cookies cannot upload codes of any kind, carry viruses, or malware and are not harmful to the user’s terminal.
Below you can find all the information on cookies installed through this website and the instructions on how to manage your preferences in this regard.

User consent

Connecting for the first time to any page of futura-technology.com, a banner will be displayed on the user’s terminal with a brief notice on the use of cookies. By closing this notice using the button provided or by clicking outside the banner and continuing browsing, the user consents to our use of cookies, according to the methods described in this Cookie Policy.
The website remembers the choice made by the user, therefore the short notice will not be repeated in subsequent visits by the same device. However, the user always has the possibility of withdrawing all or part of the consent already expressed. If the user were to delete the technical cookie that keeps track of consent, during the next visit the cookie banner will be displayed again. If there are any technical problems related to the provision of consent, the user can contact us through the appropriate channels provided by this website so that we can offer assistance.

Types of cookies we use

The use of cookies by the Data Controller of this website, Futura S.r.l. (hereinafter “COMPANY”), based in Via Prov.le Cotignola, 20/9, 48022 Lugo RA, is part of its Privacy Policy. For all the information required by art. 13 of the Privacy Code, click on this link:

To allow the use of our website and the provision of our services, we use both so-called persistent cookies (i.e., cookies that remain stored in memory until they are manually deleted by the user or that are deleted automatically after a long time) and so-called session cookies, which are not stored permanently on the visitor’s computer and disappear when the browser is closed.

We use cookies of different types – with specific functions – that we can classify as follows:

First-party cookies, i.e., sent by futura-technology.com


Session and browsing technical cookies
(User consent is not required to send this type of cookie)

These are essential for the proper functioning of our website and allow the user to browse and view its content. If they were disabled the website would malfunction. Generally cookies of this type are necessary, for example, to keep a browsing session open or to allow the user to access any personal areas. Also, they can temporarily memorize the text entered when filling in a form, when you return to a previous page during the same session.

Functional technical cookies
(User consent is not required to send this type of cookie)

These allow the user to make the most of the functions offered by the website and to browse more easily. The website works best if these cookies are enabled. However, you can still decide not to allow their activation on your device. For example, cookies of this type can remember which language the user prefers to view in our website.

Consent technical cookies
(User consent is not required to send this type of cookie)

This cookie keeps track of the consent given by the user to the use of cookies on this website, so as not to repeatedly show the short notice on cookies and the request for consent at every subsequent visit.

If the user wishes to disable technical cookies, he or she can refer to the instructions for the main browsers available at the end of this document.

Third-party cookies, i.e., sent by websites other than futura-technology.com


Statistical and analysis cookies
(User consent is required to send this type of cookie)

These are used to gather information on how users browse our website. This information is analyzed in aggregate form for statistical purposes only. They are not necessary, but they are a great help for us so we can improve our content and our services based on the patterns that we derive from the analysis of the statistics.

Social cookies
(User consent is required to send this type of cookie)

These can be used to allow you to share our content on major social networks and to identify any interactions between these and our websites or our pages. They are not necessary, but allow us to offer services in line with the most current technologies.

Profiling/advertising cookies
(User consent is required to send this type of cookie)

These are used to present you with content, including advertising, that is tailored to your interests. They can also be used, for example, to limit the number of times advertising content is shown or to help us assess the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns or the advertising campaigns on our websites. They are not necessary, but allow us to offer you content that is closer to your interests.

Third-party cookies used

Browsing on this site you will receive both cookies from the futura-technology.com website, and cookies from third-party websites, which may store cookies on your device on our behalf in order to provide their services.
Third-party cookies allow us to obtain a more complete overview of users’ browsing habits. We use these cookies, for example, to process statistics on the use of our website and to assess your interest in our specific content or services or to allow you to share content on this website on major social networks. More detailed information on these cookies is available in the tables in this document and on the websites of the involved third parties.


Google Analytics

futura-technology.com uses Google Analytics, a web traffic analysis service provided by Google, Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Parkway – Mountain View – CA94043 USA, which uses cookies to collect and analyze information related to users’ browsing in an aggregated form.
Neither Futura S.r.l. nor Google associate your IP address with other data in their possession to identify you directly.
The information collected is processed by Google Analytics’s systems in order to produce reports to verify the correct operation of the services and possibly the level of satisfaction of the content offered.
If you would like more information on the policies applied by Google Inc. in terms of data privacy you can visit the page:

To disable statistical cookies, thus preventing Google Analytics from collecting data on your browsing, you can download a component that disables Google Analytics, available on the page:



futura-technology.com uses specific cookies to manage its advertising campaigns and to deliver advertising content on this website based on the interests expressed by users through their browsing of the internet.
Cookies are also used to display targeted advertisements to users who have previously visited this website.

Google Ads Remarketing – Ex Google Adwords (Google Inc)

Google Ads Remarketing is a Remarketing and Behavioral Targeting service provided by Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheater Parkway – Mountain View – CA94043 USA) that connects the activity of this website with the Google Ads and Doubleclick advertising networks.
Personal data collected: Cookies and usage data.
Place of processing: USA


Our web pages may contain plugins of the most popular social networks (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.) managed by third parties. Some examples of these plugins include Facebook’s “Like” button and Twitter’s “Retweet” button. When accessing one of our web pages that has a similar plugin, the internet browser connects directly to the third-party servers and the plugin is displayed on the screen thanks to the connection through the browser. The plugin may communicate which pages the user has visited to third-party servers. If a social network user visits our web pages while logged in to their social network account, this information may be associated with the account. Also, if the plugin function is used (for example, by clicking the “Like” button), the information will be associated with the third-party account.

Third-party cookies can also be sent when viewing content on the website like YouTube videos, Vimeo videos, Google Maps or similar.

How to configure your browser/terminal

In addition to what is explained in the previous paragraph about the possibility to disable cookies by accessing the file containing links to the various third-party privacy policies, the user can manage cookie preferences directly within their browser and directly prevent – for example – the installation of third-party cookies.
However, by disabling cookies the website or some of its functions may not work properly.

Using the browser preferences it is also possible to delete cookies installed in the past, including the cookie that contains consent to the installation of cookies by these Platforms. It is important to note that by disabling all cookies, the operation of these platforms may be compromised. You can find information on how to manage and/or block cookies in your browser at the following addresses:

Google Chrome:

Mozilla Firefox:

Apple Safari:

Microsoft Windows Explorer:

Microsoft Edge:


You can also get more information and manage your preferences on third-party cookies by visiting www.youronlinechoices.com.

There are also plugins and addons for the main browsers that make the management of cookies even easier.

Cookie Policy update

This cookie policy was updated in July 2018.
Any updates will always be published on this page.