The Data Controller of the personal data provided in compliance with European Regulation (EU) 2016/679 through this website is OMSO SPA (all contact data are given in the complete Privacy Policy and in the "contacts" section of this website). We undertake to protect the security and privacy of your personal data. We adopt – and require every provider of services and/or third parties responsible for processing personal data on our behalf to adopt, as per our instructions – technical and organisational measures that will prevent the loss or destruction - even accidental - of data, non-authorised access of the same, and the unlawful use or abuse of data. Moreover, IT systems and software programs are configured in such a way that personal and identifying data are used only when necessary for implementing the specific processing purposes envisaged each time.

We use a wide range of technologies and advanced security procedures to ensure that personal data is protected from the aforesaid risks. For example, personal data provided by users are stored in protected servers situated in controlled locations. In addition, for transmitting certain data via the Internet we apply encryption techniques such as the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol.



Cookies are lines of text that act as computer markers sent from a server (in this case, the Website/App) to the user's device (generally, to the Internet browser) when the user accesses a certain page of a website; a cookie can also be installed from websites other than those being visited by the user (“third party cookies”), it is stored automatically by the user's browser and retransmitted to the server that generated it each time the user accesses the same Internet page. In this way, for example, cookies allow and/or facilitate access to certain Internet pages to improve user browsing (they enable the storage of the pages visited and other specific information, such as the most frequently visited pages, connection errors, etc.), or they allow profiling. Therefore, for easier and complete use of a website, users should configure their browser to accept these cookies.
Frequently, browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. However, users can modify the preset configuration so that cookies are disabled or deleted (each time or permanently). But, as a result, the optimal use of certain areas of the website could be compromised. It is also possible to verify the methods and types of cookies stored on your browser by modifying the cookie settings of the browser.



Our website uses the following categories of cookies, which may be from OMSO SPA or third parties.


Activity strictly necessary for operation

This Application uses Cookies to memorise the user's session and perform other activities that are strictly necessary for the operation of this Application, for example regarding traffic distribution.


Some of the services listed below collect statistics in aggregated, anonymous form and may not require the consent of the user or they may be operated directly by the Data Controller – depending on the description – without the help of third parties.

If any third-party operated services are amongst the tools listed below, in addition to the above they may be used to track user activities, also without the knowledge of the Data Controller. For more detailed information, please refer to the privacy policies of the services listed.

Google reCAPTCHA (Google Ireland Limited)

Google reCAPTCHA is a SPAM protection service provided by Google Ireland Limited.

The use of the reCAPTCHA system is subject to Google's privacy policy and terms of use.

Personal Data collected: Cookies and usage data.

Processing location: Ireland – Privacy Policy. A Privacy Shield participant.


The services contained in this section allow the Data Controller to monitor and analyse traffic data; they are used to keep track of user behaviour.

Google Analytics with anonymous IP (Google Ireland Limited)

Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google Ireland Limited (“Google”). Google uses the Personal Data collected in order to track and examine the use of this Application, prepare reports and share them with the other services developed by Google.

Google may use Personal Data to contextualise and customise advertisements in its advertising network.

This integration of Google Analytics makes your IP address anonymous. Anonymisation works within the confines of European Union member States or other countries that are part of the Agreement on the European Union Area by abbreviating the User's IP address. Only in exceptional cases, the IP address will be sent to Google servers and abbreviated within the United States.

Personal Data collected: Cookies and usage data. Processing location: Ireland – Privacy Policy – Opt Out. A Privacy Shield participant.

For more detailed information, please refer to the privacy policies of the services listed.



When accessing the Website/App for the first time, you will see a banner with a short version of the policy that contains a link to this full policy, where you will find more information about the cookies installed by the Data Controller and by third parties.

In this full policy you will find a more detailed description and information about the characteristics of the various categories of cookies, which will help you to decide which cookies to authorise.

Your consent is not required for using technical cookies. However, you can disable them by following the procedure described in the section “How to enable or disable cookies in your browser”.

Your consent is required, however, for using profiling cookies that are useful for sending you advertisements and services that are in line with your tastes, preferences and consumption choices.  In any case, you can modify your preferences regarding cookies at any time and also refuse to consent to the use of any of the cookies (including those installed by third parties) in the table below.



It is possible to refuse your consent to the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate setting on your browser: on the OMSO SPA portal all the functions will still be available for non-authenticated browsing. The following are the links that explain how to disable cookies on the most common browsers (if other browsers are used we suggest you look for this option in the software help section that is usually available by pressing F1):

Alternatively, it is possible to disable only Google Analytics cookies by using the opt-out add-on provided by Google for the main browsers. In such a way it will be possible to also use the online services in this Website/App.



Open Chrome.

Click on the tool bar menu next to the URL insertion window for browsing.

  1. Click on settings.
  2. Click on Show Advanced Settings.
  3. In the "Privacy” section, click on “Content settings“.
  4. In the “Cookies” section the following cookie settings can be modified:
  5. Allow local storage of data;
  6. Modify local data only until browser is closed;
  7. Prevent websites from installing cookies;
  8. Block third-party cookies and website data;
  9. Manage exceptions for certain Internet sites;
  10. Delete one or all cookies.



Open Mozilla Firefox.

Click on the tool bar menu next to the URL insertion window for browsing.

Select Options.

Select Privacy panel.

Click on Show Advanced Settings.

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

In the “Tracking” section the following cookie settings can be modified:

  1. Ask websites not to do any tracking;
  2. Tell websites tracking is allowed;
  3. Do not state any preference regarding the tracking of personal data.

From the “Chronology” section:

  1. By enabling “Use customised settings” third-party cookies can be accepted (always, from the most visited websites, or never) and stored for a certain period of time (until they expire, when closing Firefox, or on request every time);
  2. Individual cookies stored can also be removed.



Open Internet Explorer.

Click on Tools and select Internet Options.

Click on the Privacy tab. In the Settings section move the slider up or down to select the action for cookies:

  1. Block all cookies;
  2. Allow all cookies;
  3. Select websites for receiving cookies: move the slider to an intermediate position so as not to block or allow all cookies, click on Websites, in the website address box insert an Internet website and then click on Block or Allow.



Open Safari

Click on Safari, select Preferences and click on Privacy.

In the Block Cookies section, specify how Safari is to accept cookies from Internet sites.

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



Open Safari iOS.

Click on Settings and then on Safari.

Click on Block Cookies and select an option: “Never”, “Third parties and advertisers” or “Always”.

To delete all cookies stored by Safari, click on Settings, then on Safari and lastly on Delete Cookies and data.



Open Opera.

Click on Preferences, then on Advanced and lastly on Cookies.

Select one of the following options:

  1. Allow all cookies;
  2. Allow cookies only from visited websites: third party cookies sent from a dominion other than the one being visited will be blocked;

Never allow cookies: no cookies will ever be saved.




In addition to disabling and/or deleting cookies by changing your browser settings, you can disable and/or delete individual analytical and profiling cookies by accessing the following websites:

  • Google Analytics Cookies is a web analytical service offered by Google, Inc. ("Google"). Google Analytics uses cookies, text files that are stored on the user's computer, to track user activity on the Website/App. The information generated by cookies on Website/App activity by the user is transmitted to a Google server where it is stored. Google will use this information to analyse Website/App activity by the user, compile reports on Website/App activity and provide additional services for the operator of this Website/App related to Website/App and Internet use. Google will not associate the IP address transmitted from the user's browser in Google Analytics with other data in Google's possession. The user can prevent cookies from being stored by changing the browser software settings, but this could make the Website/App functions less customised for user preferences. The user can receive information about the processing of his or her personal data by Google Analytics at the following address: ; The user can also prevent Google from recording the data produced by cookies regarding his or her use of the Website/App (including the IP address) and also the processing of these data by downloading and installing the browser plugin available at the following link: . By using the Website/App, the user allows his or her data to be processed by Google with the methods and for the purposes indicated in Google's privacy policy with regard to the use of Google Analytics, which can be accessed from the following link: . To disable these cookies, go to:



The Data Controller uses social buttons on the Website/App. Social buttons are digital link buttons that directly connect to the Social Network platforms configured in each button.

By clicking on these links you can interact directly with the Data Controller's accounts (social pages). The operators of the Social Networks to which the buttons are linked are independent data controllers. More information about the privacy policies of each of the Social Network platforms and on the method of managing and disabling the relevant cookies is available on the Social Networks' platforms.