Cookie policy

Cookies are small text strings that the sites you visit send to your terminal, where they are stored and then sent back to the same sites the next time the same user visits. During the course of navigation, users may also receive cookies on their terminal that are sent by different web pages (see Provision no. 229 Privacy Guarantor 8 May 2014).
In order to achieve proper regulation of such devices, it is necessary to distinguish them according to the purposes pursued by their users.

Technical cookies
Technical cookies are used for the sole purpose of “transmitting a communication over an electronic communications network, or to the extent strictly necessary for the provider of an information company service, explicitly requested by the subscriber or user to provide such a service” (see Article 122(1) of the Code and Provision 229/2014).
They may consist of navigation or session cookies, which guarantee normal navigation and use of the website (for example, allowing you to make a purchase or access restricted areas).
The installation of these cookies does not require users’ prior consent.

Analytical cookies.
These serve to monitor the use of the web page by users, providing statistical reports that can support the site publisher in optimising the website. One of the most widely used tools for web analysis is “Google Analytics”, a Google Inc. service through which collect navigation statistics can be collected. The Supervisory Authority has clarified that these cookies can be classified as technical cookies when the IP address is anonymised (even partially) and when information sharing with Google has been eliminated. Otherwise, these types of cookies are associated with profiling cookies.
The company has also taken steps to make the user’s IP address partially anonymous and to reduce the data that Google can access through the Analytics tools.
Each type of cookie may be first party (i.e. processed and managed directly by the owner of the website) or third party (installed and acquired by different parties).
Third-party cookies include so-called social plugins, i.e. those components that allow integration with social media (such as, for example, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr etc.), which operate via the website and generate cookies.
The management of information collected by third parties is governed by the relevant information, which we would kindly ask you to refer to.
Here is a list of the cookies used by our site:
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The banner that opens the first time you access the web page displays essential information about how to manage cookies as well as containing a link to the full privacy policy.
As required by law, the choices regarding the management of cookies are stored with a technical cookie that will last 365 days.
The banner lets you click on the OK button to provide your consent to the use of cookies, even profiling cookies.
Pejo Funivie S.p.a. has anonymised the analytical cookies of third parties and the site does not contain first- and third-party profiling cookies, therefore it is not necessary to insert the brief information, as provided for by the Supervisory Authority’s Provision on cookies of 8 May 2014 for personal data protection.
You can change your choices at any time when you first log in by following these procedures.

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

Apple Safari

As the site uses third-party cookies, in accordance with the requirements of the Supervisory Authority for the Protection of Personal Data, the link to the relevant Privacy Policy is given below.

Google Analytics, Google+ and Youtube:

If the owner/manager of the site has no direct contact with third parties or if it is particularly difficult to locate all third parties, indicate the link: – This site contains information on behavioural advertising, cookies and provides advice to protect your privacy online.