Privacy and Cookie Usage Policies (from this point forward The Website) acknowledges the importance of safeguarding all data concerning their users, in compliance with the regulations prescribed by the legislative Decree n. 196 30.06.2003.

For this reason, the Website guarantees the employment of specific procedures and appropriate security measures aiming to protect its data in the best possible way.
The Website reserves the right to modify its own Privacy Policy; any modification will be communicated on the Website or through other appropriate means.
The present Privacy Policy applies to all personal data collected, recorder or employed by the Website.

Data controller responsible of personal data processing

The data controller responsible for the processing of personal data presented to the Website is That’s Wow srl (from this point forward the Company), VAT ID number: 03901840169, CEO Ivan Consoli, with registered office in via Roma, ZIP code: 24064, Grumello del Monte, Bergamo, Italy.

Which data does the Website collect

The Website acquires the personal data of users who use the contact form, cookies and tracks IP addresses in order to improve the service provided. Users can verify in any moment their own personal data collected by the Company.

Users can request the data via email at the following address:
In the event that said data were incorrect, the Company will see to modify them following the user’s request.

If users do not intend to avail themselves of the services provided by the Website, they will have the option to require that their personal data ceases to be employed.


Following the entry into force, starting from the 2nd of June 2015, of the Provision of the Italian Data Protection Authority dated 8th of May 2014, the so-called “Cookie Law” was introduced, presenting guidelines on policies and acquisition of users’ authorization for the use of cookies.
Cookies are small fragments of data installed by websites on the user’s personal computer or mobile device.
Cookies allow users to be recognized by the website as unique users, additionally allowing it to memorize the choices made by the users. Cookies also enable users to be recognized during their following visit to the website.
There are different types of cookies and different ways to employ them. Cookies can be differentiated based on their function, their duration and who set them in a website.

Types of Cookie

Technical cookies: technical cookies are employed to allow users to view the website, to make it function correctly, to create their account or to log in. Technical cookies are essential to the correct functioning of the website.
Functional cookies: functional cookies are employed to remind users of their preferences and to help them using the website in an efficient and effective way; for example, memorizing the preferred currency and language, searches and structures previously viewed by the user. Functional cookies are not essential for the correct functioning of the website, but they make it more functional and user-friendly.
Analytic cookies: analytic cookies are employed to better understand how users operate the website, to optimize and improve it and ensure it is always relevant and interesting. Data collected by these cookies include previously visited websites, the closed pages and those accessed to, the type of platform, information on date and time and other information such as the number of click on a certain page, mouse movements, searched words and text typed while using the website.
Third party cookies: said “third party” cookies are set by a different website from the one the user is visiting. The reason for this is that each website can include elements – such as images, maps, sounds, links to specific web pages in different domains, etc. – located in a different server from the one of the visited website. They can be used to track the usage of the website for marketing purposes. Only third parties can access these cookies; for example, cookies provided by YouTube are classified as “third party cookies”.

Cookies duration

Users can erase any cookie set by the Website or third parties in any moment, by accessing their browser’s settings.
Only the Website has access to cookies belonging to the domains. Only third parties can access third party cookies.
From their browser settings, users can decide which cookies they wish to receive. To have information on where to find these settings, which can vary according to the browser, users can use the “Help” function of their browser.
If the user decides not to authorize certain cookies, they might not be able to use certain features of the website correctly.

Cookies employed by the Website

Technical cookies:
– wordpress_* functional cookies set by WordPress to manage Sessions, Logins, Language etc.

– wpca_* functional cookies employed to manage the consent to cookies or block them.

– __unam functional cookie used by the ShareThis sharing system.

Analytic cookies:
_ga and _gat cookies set by Google Analytics to track the website traffic.

Social Media and Third Party Cookies:
– Facebook: the Website allows users to share on Facebook projects available in the Portfolio section by clicking Facebook’s “Like” button. Facebook-set cookies are labeled by the domain

– YouTube: the Website features YouTube’s video player in its Homepage as well as other pages in the Portfolio section. YouTube-set cookies are labeled by the domain

– ShareThis: the Website employs the ShareThis system to allow its content to be shared on social networks. The ShareThis system sets cookies labeled by the following domains:,,,,,,

Instructions on how to disable cookies can be found at the following web pages:
– Mozilla Firefox
– Windows Internet Explorer
– Google Chrome
– Opera
– Apple Safari

In addition to operating cookies, occasionally the Website employs so-called “web beacons”. A web beacon is a small graphic object, made of a single pixel that reaches the computer as part of a web page or an email in HTML format. These pixels are used directly, or through third parties, as part of online advertisement on the Website or on third parties’. The purposes are diverse, among which analyzing users’ online behavior in order to enhance the services offered.

Security measures

The Website manages users’ data legitimately and correctly, adopting appropriate security measures in order to prevent unauthorized access, disclosure, modification and unauthorized deletion of data. Data processing is performed using computerized and/or telematic instruments, with specific organizing modes and a rationale strictly related to aforementioned purposes. In addition to the Data Controller, people in charge of the Website management might access the data – administrative staff, sales department, marketing service staff, legal service staff, system administrators; that is, external parties, such as third party technical service providers, mail carriers, hosting providers, IT companies, advertising agencies.