Last update: June 2023

What are cookies

The website makes use of cookies. Cookies are strings of text, formed by letters and numbers, sent to the user’s device by the websites they visit (so-called “first-party” cookies) or by third-party websites (“third-party cookies”), which are re-transmitted to the same sites at each subsequent access. Cookies, for example, have the function of streamlining web traffic analysis or signaling when a specific site or part of a site is visited, distinguishing visitors from each other in order to provide personalized content, and helping administrators to improve the site and users’ browsing experience. Through cookies, we cannot access other information stored on your device, even if that is where the cookies are downloaded. Cookies cannot load code of any kind, carry viruses or malware, and are not harmful to the user’s terminal. Below you can find all the information about the cookies installed through this site, and the necessary guidance on how to manage your preferences in this regard.

User Consent

We use only technical or assimilated cookies. We do not use tracking or profiling cookies, or other types of active identifiers, such as beacons and pixels, or passive (a.e. fingerprinting). No user consent is required to use these types of cookies. You will, however, be able to restrict cookie activity, as explained in the section “Changing your choices or configuring your terminal not to receive cookies.” If you experience any technical problems related to cookies, please contact us through the appropriate channels provided on this site so that we can assist you.

What types of cookies we use

The use of cookies by the Owner of this site, Studio Legale Daverio&Florio – Studio Legale Associato, a professional association, based in Milan, Corso Europa, n. 13, is framed by the Privacy Policy of the same; for all the information required by Articles 13 and 14 of EU Regulation 679/2016 click here.

By browsing you will only receive cookies from this site, called first-party cookies. However, we do not use third-party cookies and services. To enable the enjoyment of our site and the provision of our services, we make use of both so-called persistent cookies (i.e. cookies that remain in memory until manually deleted by the user or for which there is a planned long-term removal) and so-called session cookies, which are not stored persistently on the visitor’s computer and disappear when the browser is closed. Cookies of different types – with specific functions – that we use can be classified as follows:


Strictly necessary They are essential for the proper functioning of our site and allow the user to navigate and view content. Disabling them would result in site malfunctions.

Functionality(To release this type of cookies does not require the user’s consent) They allow the user to take full advantage of the site’s peculiarities and enjoy more comfortable browsing. The site works ideally if these cookies are enabled; however, you can decide not to allow their activation on your device.

Specifically, we use:

wp-wpml_current_language, a session cookie set by the WordPress multilingual plugin to store the user’s current language settings.

Changing your choices or configuring your terminal to not receive cookies

Users are also always allowed to configure their browsers to disable the receipt of cookies. By disabling cookies, however, the site or some of its functions may not operate properly. To change the way cookies are used, to block their receipt, or even to delete cookies on your terminal, simply go into your browser settings. Most browsers provide the option of accepting or rejecting all cookies or accepting only some cookies (e.g. from specific sites).

Although through similar steps, the method of cookie configuration varies for each browser. For details on how to do this, users can visit or consult the ‘Help’ section of their browser.

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Legal framework of reference

– Directive 2002/58/EC and, as transposed into national law by Article 122 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 (“Privacy Code”);

– General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) EU 2016/679;

– “Guidelines 05/2020 on consent under regulation 2016/679” dated May 4, 2020 by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB);

– Provision of the Garante per la Protezione dei Dati Personali “Identification of simplified modalities for information and acquisition of consent for the use of cookies” of May 8, 2014;

– “Guidelines cookies and other tracking tools” dated June 10, 2021 by the Guarantor for the Protection of Personal Data.