Cookie law

Cookies (literally “little cookies”) are small text files that store different types of information about the user who is visiting a website, such as his or her location, the device he or she is connecting from (pc, smartphone, tablet..), the browser he or she is using, his or her authentication data, browsing preferences, etc… but they can also store data about his or her personal habits and choices: information the latter of which can be used retrospectively to profile the individual consumer. More specifically, two macrocategories of cookies are distinguished:

“Technical” cookies

Strictly necessary for the operation and enjoyment of the web service, they are used to collect information in aggregate form about visits to the site.
Among these we have:

  • browsing (or session) cookies
  • Authentication cookies (for example, user input and password)
  • Personalization cookies (e.g., related to preference-saving activities)
  • Functionality cookies (e.g., saving shopping cart or language/currency preferences)
  • analytics cookies (i.e., statistical, considered technical if used by the operator to collect data in aggregate form (= without collecting IP addresses), about the number of users and how they visit the site)
  • flash player cookies (if they do not exceed the duration of the session)
“Profiling” cookies

serve to profile the user and send him targeted advertising, such as:

  • First- or third-party advertising profiling cookies;
  • retargeting cookies;
  • social network cookies;
  • Statistical cookies managed completely by the third party (except: analytics cookies installed directly on the server of the first party or its own server farm without third-party interaction, such as Piwik; cookies managed by the third party, but anonymized, i.e., in relation to which the third party cannot access disaggregated analytics data at the IP level).

Browsing the site will be downloaded cookies defined as “technical”, which are necessary for the enjoyment of the site: in particular, the user gives consent to the installation of this type of cookie simply by continuing browsing the site, with the selection of a link or a scroll action on the page itself (or by confirming the short information proposed in the banner when first accessing the site).
Browsing the site will also download third-party cookies, linked to other websites that may be consulted by the user through links: in fact, by browsing the site you may be redirected to functions of other sites, which in turn use cookies and for which the relevant policy will be authentic. At

Google Maps: where interactive maps provided by Google are present on the pages of this site, we inform you that Google may install cookies to detect information and preferences related to this service. See Google’s privacy policy for more information.

YouTube: where there are videos posted on Youtube, please note that Youtube may install cookies to detect preferences on the use of this service. For more information on see YouTube’s privacy policy.

Facebook: where there is multimedia content posted on Facebook, please note that Facebook may install cookies to detect preferences on the use of this service. For more information on see Facebook’s privacy policy.

Linkedin: where there is content posted on Linkedin, please note that Linkedin may install cookies to detect preferences on the use of this service. For more information on see Linkedin’s privacy policy . The same applies to any other links to third-party sites, to which they will make
reference the relevant policies.

By browsing , you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with this Policy, remembering that cookies stored on your device’s hard drive can be deleted at any time. If you do not consent to the use of cookies in this way, you may choose not to use our site or disable the use of cookies by following the directions provided by your browsers: Edge, Chrome, Firefox , Opera, Safari, etc.
We remind you, however, that setting your browser by disabling cookies may affect your browsing experience on the websites.


Your data will be processed directly by DAST or by other group companies or third parties. By registering your name you are in fact giving consent for DAST to:

  • Disclose your personal data to people, companies or service quality survey organizations;
  • Communicate your data to third-party companies, for the purpose of commercial information and market research, with the possibility that the
    themselves process the data for direct offers of products or services;
  • Disclose your personal information to group companies or third parties for commercial and promotional purposes.

The data controller is TECNEL WIRELESS COMMUNICATION S.R.L. , with registered office in Via Ferrè no. 6 – 21052 Busto Arsizio (VA), with VAT No. 03656380122


Pursuant to Art. 7 of Legislative Decree. 196/03, after recording your data, you have the right to request, at any time, that they be deleted, corrected, and updated. You may exercise these rights by sending an e-mail to

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