What is a cookie?
Cookies are small strings of text exchanged between a website and the user’s browser each time a website is accessed. These strings, which do not contain any executable code, are used for various activities, such as performing automatic authentications, keeping track of sessions, storing information to improve site navigability or the user’s browsing experience. Each domain visited through a browser can set one or more cookies. An Internet page can contain objects that come from many different domains and each of them can set cookies (in this case called “third-party”). The use of cookies allows you to improve the browsing experience on the website and can keep the settings chosen during your next visit.
The general provision of the Privacy Authority (GU n. 126 of 3 June 2014) defines two types of cookies:
Technical cookies – Used for the sole purpose of allowing the transmission of a communication, completing a service requested by the user or carrying out statistical research.
Profiling cookies – Used to record the behavior of a user and the preferences expressed in order to send advertising messages in line with her profile.

TB KART S.R.L. for its website, it uses the following cookies:
Functional (first party)
These cookies allow certain parts of the site to function correctly. These cookies are stored within the browser; it is possible to cancel them or disable their reception, however compromising the functionality of some services on the website. The user can change the cookie reception setting by modifying the storage settings of the same as described in the section “How to disable cookies?” of this information.
Analytics (third party)
Google Analytics is a free web analysis tool from Google which mainly allows you to collect information (such as, for example, data relating to the pages visited, the time spent on the site, the way in which the site was accessed and everything the user clicked while browsing our pages) anonymously and report website trends without identifying individual visitors. You can view Google’s privacy directives at the following link:
With regard to third-party cookies, reference is made to the following pages for the description of their purposes and the possibility of disabling them:
How do you disable cookies?
Most browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) are configured to accept cookies. However, all browsers allow you to control and disable cookies through the browser settings. We remind you, however, that disabling navigation cookies or functional cookies can cause the site to malfunction and/or limit the service we offer.
It is possible to deactivate the use of cookies present on your PC or referring to a specific supplier using the selection tool on the website, or alternatively by disabling cookies via the settings of your browser.
The deactivation procedures for the most popular browsers are described below.
Run Chrome Browser
Click on the menu in the browser toolbar
Select Settings
Click Show Advanced Settings
In the Privacy section, click on the Content settings button
In the Cookie section it is possible to change the following cookie settings:
allow saving data locally
change the local data only until the browser is closed
prevent sites from setting cookies
block third-party cookies and site data
manage exceptions for some websites
deleting one or all cookies.
For more information, visit the dedicated page:
Run the Mozilla Firefox Browser
Click on the menu in the browser toolbar
Select Options
Select the Privacy panel
Click Show Advanced Settings
In the Privacy section, click on the Content settings button
In the Tracking section, you can change the following cookie settings:
ask the sites not to carry out any tracking
communicates to the sites the availability to be tracked
do not communicate any preference regarding the tracking of personal data.
From the History section you can:
select to accept third-party cookies and keep them for a specified period
• remove individual stored cookies.
For more information, visit the dedicated page: