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Cookie Policy

(Version n. 1 of 15 February 2023)

Dear Visitor (hereinafter, “You” or the“User”),

This website (, hereinafter, the “Website”) belongs to the company Next 14 S.p.A., with registered office in Via Tortona 37, 20144 – Milan, VAT number 02701840346 (hereinafter, “We” or the “Company”).

Since our Website uses so-called cookies for different purposes, this cookie policy is intended to explain what cookies are and how they are used on the Website.

Some cookies (so-called HTTP cookies or first-party cookies) are sent and controlled directly by us. The Company uses these cookies to collect and process certain personal data about you. This cookie policy, in keeping with Article 13 of EU Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data (hereinafter, the “Regulation”), explains how we collect this data, for what purposes, and your rights in this regard.

Other cookies (so-called third-party cookies), are, instead, sent and controlled by third parties. This policy includes links to the information published by these third parties, which we kindly ask you to read carefully.

If you are not familiar with cookies, please carefully read this policy and the general privacy policy of the Website, so you are able to make informed choices.

The Company takes its Users’ right to privacy and the protection of their personal data very seriously. For any information on this cookie policy, Users can contact the Company at any time, using any of the following methods:

  • By sending a registered letter with return receipt to the Company’s registered office (Via Tortona 37, 20144 – Milan);

  • By sending an e-mail to the address

You can also contact the Data Protection Officer (DPO) of Next14 Group, whose contact details are given below:

  1. What are cookies and what is their purpose?

Cookies are small text files that visited websites send directly to the user’s device (usually to the browser), where they are memorised and then retransmitted to the same websites when the same user visits them again (so-called first-party cookies). While browsing a website, the user may also receive cookies from other websites or web servers (so-called third-party cookies); this happens because the website visited may contain elements such as images, maps, sounds or specific links to web pages of other domains hosted on servers other than that of the page currently being visited. In other words, these are cookies which are set by a website other than the one currently being visited.

Cookies can have a duration that is limited to a single browsing session (so-called session cookies), and in this case they are automatically deactivated when the user closes the browser; alternatively, they can have a predetermined expiry date, and in that case, they will remain stored and active on your hard disk until that expiry time, continuing to collect information during different browsing sessions (so-called permanent cookies).

Cookies are used for different purposes. Some are necessary to allow you to browse the Website and enjoy its features (so-called technical cookies). Others are used to obtain individual or aggregate statistical information on the number of users accessing the Website and how they use it (so-called analytics cookies or analytics). Finally, others are used to trace your consumer profile and display advertisements on the Website that may be of interest to you, as they are consistent with your tastes and consumption habits (so-called profiling cookies).

To learn more about these different categories of cookies, continue reading the rest of this policy. Learn how they work and what they are for, and choose freely whether to consent to their use or block them.

  1. Technical instruments

  1. Technical cookies

Technical cookies are used by the Website for the sole purpose of allowing you to navigate the Website and use its features. These are also first-party cookies, as they are always sent directly by Us on the Website.

Some technical cookies are essential for offering an optimal browsing experience or for allowing you to authenticate your identity on the website, for example to make a purchase on the website or enter your private area (so-called navigation cookies). Navigation cookies are normally session cookies and, therefore, are automatically deactivated when the browser is closed.

Other technical cookies are used to allow you to store your preferences (for example, language or country of origin) without having to reset them upon subsequent visits (so-called feature cookies). For this reason, feature cookies are often persistent cookies, meaning that they remain stored on your computer even after the browser is closed, until their programmed expiry date or until you decide to delete them.

  1. Saving of User preferences

Under the Applicable Law, your prior consent is not required for the installation of technical cookies, as described in the previous section B.1. Naturally, you are free to block the installation of technical cookies by changing your browser settings (see section D, n. 1 to find out how). Bear in mind, however, that if you block the installation of technical cookies, or subsequently delete them, this may result in completely or partially disabling your access to the Website, the ability to use all or parts of it, to enable or disable certain features, and receive certain services.

Your consent is required, on the other hand, for the installation of tracking cookies and/or tools other than technical cookies (such as, for example profiling cookies). for this reason, when you access the Website, a special banner is displayed, informing you that, subject to consent, non-technical analytics cookies are used on the Website and that by clicking the relevant button where present, you consent to the use of these cookies.

If you consent to the installation of cookies in this way, we will track your consent through a special technical cookie or through other technical means linked to the use of the banner, which enable User preference records to be kept up to date. In the latter case, the Company may, for this purpose, process metadata relating to the granularity of User consent: any expression of consent, the details of the granular purposes for which the User has given consent, as well as the eventual choice by the User to continue browsing, maintaining the default settings, by pressing the relevant button provided by the banner.

In this way, we will ensure that you do not see the CMP banner on cookies during your subsequent visits to the Website and we will keep track of your choices in line with the requirements of the Applicable Law.

Please note that, should the Company make use of a technical cookie or other means to demonstrate that it has obtained your consent to keep a record of the User’s choices up to date at all times, and you should delete this technical cookie or other tool used for this purpose from your browser in the manner set out in section D, n. 1 below, the record of your consent may be lost and, therefore, during your next visit to the Website the banner may be displayed once again.

  1. Monitoring cookies or “analytics”

Analytics cookies are used on the Website to collect individual or aggregate statistical information about the number of users accessing the Website and their behaviour patterns.

Analytics cookies are installed on the Website only after consent has been given:


Categories of cookie

Link to cookie policy / Instructions on opt-out

Google Analytics

– analytics cookies – permanent

– data collected by the Company

– duration […] (cookie policy page) (opt-out): Google Analytics supports an optional browser add-on which, once installed and activated, disables measurement by Google Analytics for any website visited by a user. Please note that this add-on only deactivates Google Analytics measurement.

Naturally, you are free not to consent to the installation of analytics cookies and to object to their use at any time, without in any way affecting your ability to visit the Website and enjoy its content. To find out how to do this, please read the third-party cookie policies carefully by following the links in the table above.

  1. How to manages cookies and object to their use

There are several options for managing, disabling and deleting cookies.

(1) Change your browser settings

Follow the instructions provided by your browser manufacturer to learn how to manage, disable or delete all cookies (technical and analytics):

Take care when making your choices. If you block all cookies indiscriminately, including technical cookies, without making a specific exception for this Website, you may no longer be able to navigate the Website, or to use all or part of its features. Also, by deleting all cookies from your browser, including technical cookies, you may remove the preferences you had set when using our Website, and you may no longer find products or services that were placed in your shopping basket.

(2) Use interactive tools provided by third parties

To disable third-party cookies, please refer to the privacy policies of the third parties who install the analytics cookies (see section C above) for information on the other tools you can use to manage, disable or delete cookies, or more generally to object to their use. Remember that if you disable the third-party cookies (i), you object to their use not only on the Website but on all the websites on which they are used and (ii) the ability to navigate the Website and use its features will not be affected in any way.

(3) Use the Website

Your Online Choices is an Internet website managed by the non-profit association European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA), the Italian version of which can be found at the address It provides information on behavioural advertising based on profiling cookies ( and allows Internet users to easily opt out of installation of the main profiling cookies installed by advertisers and used on Internet websites ( Before using this tool, we recommend that you carefully read the general terms and conditions of service of the Your Online Choices website (, as well as the frequently asked questions (FAQ) ( and the help page (

Please use Your Online Choices from an informed position. Indeed, despite the fact that many of the world’s leading advertising companies who use cookies have signed up to the website, some third parties who install cookies through our Website may not have joined Your Online Choices. Therefore, the use of Your Online Choices does not guarantee that you will or will not receive third-party cookies while browsing the Website. Also, remember that if you delete all the cookies from your browser, you may also delete the technical cookies used by Your Online Choices to remember your choices, thereby reactivating the third-party cookies.

  1. Processing methods and data retention period

As indicated in the introduction to this cookie policy, the Company may collect and process some of your personal data through cookies that it places directly on the Website, or cookies placed by third parties acting on behalf of the Company based on a specific act of appointment as data processors pursuant to Article 28 of the Regulation (first-party cookies). The Company acts as the data controller of this data, in accordance with the provisions of Applicable Law. We will process your data only by electronic means, in a fully automated manner and without human intervention. As a result, our employees will never access the content of your personal data obtained through cookies, which means that they will never be able to access and/or have PII (Personally Identifiable Information), i.e. information from which you can be directly identified.

Some of our employees, appointed by us as persons in charge of the processing, in accordance with Article 29 of the Regulation, may carry out maintenance work on the computer systems that host your data, without ever being able to access the actual content.

Personal data may be stored on servers managed by third parties (e.g. suppliers of IT systems) or may be managed by subjects specialised in online advertising, who act as data processors, pursuant to Article 28 of the Regulation, based on a specific appointment issued in writing by the Company.

Your personal data will not be disclosed to third party data controllers, nor will it be disseminated.

Your personal data, collected by the Company by means of the technical cookies referred to in section B above, will be stored for the time strictly necessary to carry out the primary purposes described in this policy, or in any case as is necessary to safeguard the rights and interests of both Users and the Company.

As regards the duration of the cookies themselves, including third-party cookies, and the retention periods of the data collected by the third parties, please refer to the tables included in this cookie policy.

  1. Transfers of personal data to a third country

Please note that, in compliance with the conditions and guarantees established by the Regulation, your data may be transferred to countries outside the European Economic Area (so-called EEA). Such countries may not offer a level of privacy protection and protection of personal data comparable to that guaranteed by the Applicable Law; where the Company acts as data controller, we will take data security extremely seriously and, therefore, we will handle such transfers with all due care and guarantees in accordance with the Applicable Law and, in particular, in accordance with Articles 45 (Transfer on the basis of an adequacy decision) and 46 (Transfer subject to adequate safeguards) of the Regulation.

In particular, for the provision of the Google Analytics service (as outlined in section C above), the Company’s supplier, Google Ireland Limited, may transfer the pseudonymous personal data of the Users of the Website outside the EEA, on the basis of the so-called Standard Contractual Clauses and, in particular, to the United States, taking additional measures to ensure that this transfer is done in accordance with the Regulation itself. Further information on the additional security measures applied by Google Ireland Limited for transfers of personal data outside the European Union can be found in the following resources provided by the provider itself: “Regarding international data transfers in Google Analytics” (see link: and “Safeguards for international data transfers with Google’s advertising and analytics products” (see link: In view of the scope of the processing, the nature of the data processed, and the risks of the processing carried out by the supplier, the Company considered the additional security measures that the supplier pledges to adopt to protect the personal data processed on behalf of the Company to be appropriate.

Please note that some of the third parties indicated in the tables in this cookie policy may – in their capacity as autonomous data controllers of data collection by means of third-party cookies – process the personal data collected by means of the cookies installed on this Website from a location outside the European Union and, therefore, we recommend you carefully read their above-mentioned disclosures for further details on this matter.

  1. Your rights

To exercise your rights, or to obtain any further information or clarification in relation to this cookie policy, please contact the Company by the following means:

  • By sending a registered letter with return receipt to the Company’s registered office (Via Tortona 37, 20144 – Milan);

  • By sending an e-mail to the address

You can also contact the Data Protection Officer (DPO) of Next 14 Group, whose contact details are given below:

Pursuant to the Applicable Law, Users have:

    1. the right to withdraw consent at any time, if the processing is based on their consent;

    2. the right of access to their personal data;

    3. (where applicable) the right to data portability (the right to receive all personal data concerning them in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format), the right to restriction of processing of personal data, the right to rectification and the right to erasure (“right to be forgotten”);

    4. the right to object:

      1. in whole or in part, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of personal data concerning them, even if relevant to the purpose of collection;

      2. in whole or in part, to the processing of personal data concerning them for the purpose of sending advertising material or direct sales material or for carrying out market research or commercial communication;

    5. if they consider the processing of their personal data to be in breach of the Regulation, the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority (in the Member State where they habitually reside, where they work or where the alleged breach occurred). The Italian supervisory authority is the “Garante per la protezione dei dati personali”, with headquarters in Piazza Venezia, n. 11, 00186 – Rome (RM) (


The Company is not responsible for updating all the links that can be viewed in this cookie policy, therefore whenever a link is not functional and/or updated, Users acknowledge and accept that they must always refer to the document and/or section of the websites accessed by this link.