Here we describe how the personal data of visitors to the site are handled. This information is provided under art. 13 of d.lgs. n. 196/2003 – Personal data protection code to those visiting the website. The information relates only to the website and not to any other sites visited through links on it.


After visits to this site data on identified or identifiable persons may be processed.
The controller of this processing is Hannes Hofstetter, Via Ruffinengo 7, 12030 Envie. Processing takes place in Italy.


The data processed refers only to navigation data.
Navigation data
The computer systems and software procedures used on this site acquire, as normal practice, certain personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols.
This category of data includes: IP addresses, browser used, operating system, domain name and addresses of websites from which you entered or to which you exited, information on the site pages visited, access time, time spent on individual pages, analysis of visit paths and other parameters on the user’s operating system and computer environment.
These technical/computer data are collected and used exclusively in an aggregated and anonymous manner and could be used to determine responsibility in the case of any criminal damage to the site.


Personal data are processed mostly by using electronic procedures and supports for the time is strictly needed to achieve the aims for which the data were collected, and in any case in conformity with current laws on the subject.


Cookies are packets of information sent by a web server (e.g. the site) to the user’s browser, automatically stored on the computer and re-sent automatically to the server on all following visits.
Almost all browsers are set by default to accept cookies automatically. The website does not use cookies to transmit personal information. The use of session cookies (which are not stored permanently on your computer and are deleted when the browser is closed) is strictly limited to the transmission of session identification data needed to allow safe and efficient navigation of the site.
The session cookies used on this site do not use other computer techniques that could compromise the privacy of user navigation and do not permit the acquisition of personal data that could identify the user.
This site also uses persistent cookies, which are stored on the hard disk of your computer until they expire or are deleted by you.
Persistent cookies mean that visitors accessing the site (or other users using the same computer) are automatically recognised at every visit.
Visitors can set their browser to accept/reject all cookies or warn every time a cookie is offered so you can decide whether to accept it or not. Users can in any case modify the pre-set configuration and disable cookies (that is, block them definitively) by setting the highest level of protection.
For any other information on the characteristics, types, methods of use and the possibilities of removing, deleting or dis-enabling cookies on the website, see the Cookie Policy


Social network plug-ins are special tools that make it possible to incorporate the functions of social networks directly in the website (for example the Facebook “like” function).
All social plug-ins on the site are identified by the social network’s icon.
When you visit a page of our site and interact with the plug-in, the corresponding information is transmitted by the browser directly to the social network (in this case Facebook) and stored by it.
For information on the aims, type and methods of collecting, processing, using and storing personal data by social networks, and for how to exercise your rights, please consult the privacy policy of the social networks.


You can visit other websites through the links on our site.
The owner Hannes Hofstetter declines any responsibility for the request and/or supplying of personal data to third party sites and for the management of authentication credentials supplied by third parties.


Those to whom the personal data handled by this website refer (“interested parties”) may exercise their rights in the manner and within the limits laid down by applicable privacy laws.
To exercise these rights, obtain information on the Controller of processing, notify problems or seek clarification on the treatment of your personal data, please send your requests to the Owner, specifying the subject of the request, in an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by post to: Hannes Hofstetter, Via Ruffinengo 7, 12030 ENVIE


This Policy governs the methods of treatment of personal data supplied by visitors to the website. The coming into effect of new laws for the sector, and the continual examination and updating of user services, could make it necessary to change these methods. Our policy may thus change over time, and so we invite visitors to consult this page periodically. This Policy is updated to April 2018.

This Cookie Policy has the specific aim of illustrating the types, methods of use and of showing what to do to refuse or eliminate the cookies on the website, should you wish to do so. Further information on our cookie policy can be found in section 5 of our Privacy Policy.


Session cookies

The use of session cookies (which are not permanently stored on your computer and disappear when you close your browser) is strictly limited to transmitting session identification (consisting of random numbers generated by the server) needed to permit safe and efficient use of the site.
Third-party cookies
Google Analytics cookies. The site uses Google Analytics exclusively for statistical purposes. These cookies gather aggregated information to monitor and analyse access to all parts of the site. The information obtained by the cookies on the use of the website is communicated to Google Inc. See the website for more details and to prevent them being saved on your computer since their use for site navigation is completely optional.
Facebook, Twitter and Instagram cookies
Facebook, Twitter and Instagram cookies are not present on the site and the site does not send them to your computer. These cookies, which are not at all necessary for navigating the site, are activated only when you click on the Facebook, Twitter or Instagram icons to access the social network sites. See these sites for more details and to stop them being saved on your computer:

3. FLASH COOKIE  may use Adobe Flash Player for some multimedia content. The player is installed by default on most computers. 
If you use some of this content, Google Analytics stores additional data on the computer, also known as Flash cookies (or Local Share Objects), which allow the site owner to know how many times a given audio/video file has been opened, how many people use it right to the end and how many people close in Italia.
The Adobe website tells you how to remove or disable Flash cookies for a specific dominion such as (see URL
 Remember that limiting or eliminating the use of Flash cookies may affect the functions available for Flash technology based applications.


a) Chrome

1. Open Chrome

2. In the toolbar, click on the menu next to the window where you insert URLs

3. Select Settings
4. Click on Show Advanced Settings

5. In the “Privacy” section click on “Content settings”

6. In the “Cookie” section you can modify the following cookie settings:

7. Allow data to be saved on your computer

8. Modify local data only until the browser is closed

9. Do not allow sites to use cookies

10. Block third-party cookies and site data

11. Manage exceptions for certain sites

12. Eliminate one or all cookies

To know more visit the dedicated page. 

b) Mozilla Firefox

1. Open Firefox

2. In the toolbar, click on the menu next to the window where you insert

3. Select Options

4. Select the Privacy panel

5. Click on Show Advanced Settings
6. In the “Privacy” section click on “Content settings”

7. In the “Tracking” section you can modify the following cookie settings:

8. Ask sites not to track
9. Tell sites you are willing to be tracked

10. Do not communicate any preferences on personal data tracking

11. In the “Chronology” section you can:

12. Enable “Use custom settings” to accept third-party cookies (always, from most frequently visited sites or never) and store them for a given period (until they expire, until Firefox is closed or ask every time)

13. Remove individual stored cookies

To know more visit the dedicated page.

c) Internet Explorer

1. Open Explorer

2. Click on Tools and choose Internet Options

3. Click on the Privacy and in Settings move the slider to the action desired (Block all cookies or Allow all cookies)

4. To select the sites from which to receive cookies: move the slider to an intermediate position so as not to block or allow all cookies, then click Sites and in the Web Site Address window insert a site and then choose Block or Allow

To know more visit the dedicated page.

d) Safari

1. Open Safari

2. Click Safari, select Preferences and click on Privacy

3. In the Block Cookies section specify how Safari should accept cookies.

4. To see which sites have stored cookies click on Details

To know more visit the dedicated page.

e) Open Safari iOS

1. Open Safari iOS

2. Touch Settings and then Safari

3. Touch Block Cookies and choose an option: “Never”, “From third parties and advertisers” or “Always”

4. To delete all cookies stored by Safari, touch Settings, then Safari and then Delete cookies and data

To know more visit the dedicated page.

f) Opera

1. Open Opera

2. Click Preferences then Advanced and then Cookies

3. Select an option:
– Accept all cookies
– Accept cookies only from the site you visit: third-party cookies and those from a different dominion will be refused
– Never accept cookies: no cookies will ever be stored

To know more visit the dedicated page.

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