Cookie Policy

In accordance with the provisions of the Authority for the Protection of Personal Data (hereinafter, the ‘AUTHORITY’) of 8 May 2014, which sets forth simplified procedures for disclosing information and obtaining consent for the use of cookies (hereinafter, the “COOKIE PROVISION”), Chx, with registered office in Via Giovanni Pacini, 21 Roma, (Italia) 00198, tax code, VAT number and Rome Trade and Companies Register no. _______, as Joint Data controllers (hereinafter referred to jointly as the ‘JOINT DATA CONTROLLERS’), intend to provide you with the following information. This document forms an integral part of the information on the processing of personal data, which can be consulted at the following link Privacy.
The Website (hereafter referred to as the “WEBSITE”) uses cookies in order to improve your browsing experience.


What are Cookies?

Cookies are small strings of text that websites visited by you send to your devices (usually the browser), where they are stored and then resent to those websites when you next visits the Website.
Cookies must be enabled to order products on the Website. If you do not wish to accept cookies, you can still browse the Website and use it for search purposes. In most browsers, cookies are enabled; the information below explains how to change cookie settings for each browser.
It must be noted that when browsing the Internet, you may receive two types of cookie:
(i) cookies from the same Website visited by you (first party cookies); and/or
(ii) cookies from other Websites or web servers (third party cookies).

Cookies can also be further distinguished based on what they are used for: some allow for a better browsing experience by storing the choices you make regarding specific settings (technical cookies), and others allow your browsing habits to be monitored for the purpose of sending advertisements and/or offering services that match your preferences (profiling cookies). Cookies are able to perform several functions, such as allowing you to navigate between pages efficiently and remembering your preferences, and can generally improve your visit to the website. Cookies do not harm your device. Cookies generated by the Website do not store personal data, such as credit card details. Rather, this information is encrypted and collected by the cookies to improve your site visit and browsing experience. For example, they are useful for identifying and resolving issues, or for selecting relevant products to display to you during your Website browsing session.

First Party Cookies

The Website uses the following types of first-party technical cookies; their installation does not require your consent, but the Joint Data Controllers are obliged to provide adequate information about them:
(a) Browsing or session cookies: essential for allowing you to routinely move around our Website and properly use its services; as they are not stored on the user’s computer, they disappear when the browser is closed;
Functionality cookies: solely aimed at improving and speeding up browsing on the Website by storing certain choices that you make (such as language preferences). They are therefore tools used by the Joint Data Controllers to ensure, amongst other things, efficient browsing, session stability, staying logged in throughout the session and the browsing country selected.

They are also used to store the choices made by you with regard to displaying certain elements of the page, such as informative and communication banners.
In accordance with current regulations, the use of technical cookies and their processing does not require your prior consent. In any event, you may still block the installation of technical cookies at any time via the browser settings; however, please note that such a choice could complicate, slow down and sometimes block the ability to browse the Website.
Chx shall act as Joint Data Controllers exclusively regarding first party cookies installed on the Website..

Third-party Cookies

As you browse our Website, some cookies that are not directly controlled and managed by the Joint Data Controllers may be stored on your device. This is the case, for example, when you visit a page that includes contents of a third-party website. In this regard, please note that  Thun S.p.A do not play any role in the processing of data arising from this type of cookie, and these cookies are merely technical intermediaries.
Third-party cookies are used to display personalised advertisements on the Website and other websites, and are based on each user’s browsing activities. This type of cookie may also be used by third parties to display their products and services on the Website. The Website also uses some types of analytical cookies, through which the following information, as an example, is collected:
(a) number of visitors, page views and browsing within the Website;
(b) effectiveness of acquisition campaigns based on the source of web traffic;
(c) details of products displayed and downloaded on the Website.

In addition to the purposes for which they are used externally to the Website, these cookies are the direct and exclusive responsibility of the third party that installs them on your device, and are used to display advertisements based on your interests (this is also the case of third-party cookies for marketing/retargeting). If you do not wish to receive third-party cookies on their device, you can, at any time, access the information and consent forms of the third parties via the links below and choose not to receive them. The following table lists all the cookies on the Website, with information about their specific features and, for third-party cookies, links to their respective privacy policies, so that you are able to consciously decide whether to consent to their use and which cookies to block or delete.


How to Disable Cookies

When visiting the Website for the first time, you can accept all cookies by clicking on ‘OK’ button or the ‘X’ (close) button on the banner, or on any part of the webpage outside of the banner itself.
In any other event, and on each subsequent visit to the Website (by clicking on the ‘Cookie Policy’ link at the bottom of the Website’s homepage), you will be able to access this policy and refuse consent to install cookies by clicking on the relevant links above. In any event, as most browsers are designed to automatically accept cookies, you may choose not to receive them, especially in cases where the third party involved has not appropriately provided an opt-out option, by accessing the browser settings and disabling use, following the procedures described at the following addresses: 

For more information about cookies, go to (limited to the services covered by this platform), to find out how to delete or manage cookies depending on the browser used and to set the preferences for the use of third-party cookies. To disable analytical cookies and to prevent Google Analytics from collecting browsing data, you can download the browser plug-in for deactivating Google Analytics here:
We shall save your cookie preferences using a dedicated technical cookie with the characteristics specified in the table above.

Your Rights

The details of the Joint Data Controllers for processing your data are provided at the beginning of this information document. The updated list of specifically appointed Data Managers is available from the Joint Data Controllers’ head office. If you are interested in viewing it, you can request the full list by emailing for Chx. With regard to the Website specifically, please note, in particular, that:
a) data are collected only for the purposes specified in this Cookie policy or in the Privacy Policy, which are considered an integral part hereof;
b) data are processed electronically, in accordance with the provisions of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, which sets forth the ‘Code relating to the Protection of Personal Data’ (the ‘Code’) and the Provision of the Authority;
c) the use of technical cookies, as specified above, does not require the your prior consent as these are required to allow you to browse the Website and for the correct functioning of the same;
d) if technical cookies are disabled in the browser settings, browsing websites may not be fully or partially possible;
e) the data collected may only be sent to parties who are acting on behalf of the Joint Data Controllers in their capacity as Data Managers or Processors, for similar purposes or for purposes related to those described above.
f) you may, at any time and without any formality, exercise the right referred to in article 7 of the Code (quoted in full below for clarity), by contacting the Joint Data Controllers via email at for Chx, or by post to Paola Chartroux’s headquarters at Via Giovanni Pacini, 21 Roma, (Italia) 00198. For the sake of completeness, the text of article 7 of the Code is set forth below.

Article 7 Right of Access to Personal Data and Other Rights
1. The interested party shall have the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of their personal data, even if not yet recorded, and communication of said data in an intelligible manner.

2. The interested party shall have the right to be informed:
a) of the source of the personal data;
b) of the processing purposes and procedures;
c) of the reasoning applied in the event of electronic processing;
d) of the details of the data controller, data managers and the representative appointed in accordance with article 5, paragraph 2;
e) of the parties or categories of parties to which personal data may be communicated or which may become aware of the data as the appointed representative in Italy, data managers or data processors.

3. The interested part has the right to ensure:
a) the updating, rectification or, when of interest, supplementing of data;
b) the deletion, transformation into an anonymous format or the blocking of data processed in breach of the law, including data which do not require being stored in relation to the purposes for which the data have been collected or subsequently processed;
c) a declaration that the activities referred to in letters a) and b) have been notified, including their content, to those to whom the data has been communicated or disclosed, except where meeting said requirement is impossible or involves the use of manifestly disproportionate methods with respect to the protected right.

4. The interested party shall have the right to object, in whole or in part:
a) for legitimate reasons, to the processing of their personal data, even if relevant for the purpose of the data collection;
c) to the processing of their personal data for the purpose of sending advertising or direct sales material or for undertaking market research or marketing.

By continuing to browse without blocking cookies in accordance with the procedures described in this policy, the user consents to the installation of cookies.