Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy


Cookies are text files stored on computer support that allows the recording of some of the parameters and the reported data on AWS Inc.’s computer system, through the browser used by the client, allowing an analysis of its habits while using a particular website. This allows the user to save AWS Inc. and to adapt the website to the needs of the client, simultaneously making it easier to use (for example, by storing some data, it is not necessary to repeat the insertion at each visit). Many of the cookies used are automatically deleted from the computer’s hard drive at the end of each browsing session (from which the name “session cookies”).

There are cookies that remain on the user’s hard drive. Their stay is long enough (a few years) for the sake of greater convenience. After a first visit to the site, the system will be able to recognize at each subsequent visit that the client has already been on this site, retrieving favorite data and requests by the client (long-term cookies). These cookies allow the customer to avoid having to re-enter their password and fill out forms at each new access.

Browsers generally restrict the use of cookies, although these allow access to offers on this website more freely. Cookies can also be disabled. The website uses the service “Google Analytics”, a service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google makes use of cookies. The information obtained through cookies about the habits of the customer during the use of websites (including your IP address) will be transmitted to a Google server in the U.S., where it is stored. Google adheres to the provisions relating to data protection ‘Safe Harbor Principles’ and participates in the ‘Safe Harbor’ of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Google uses this information to analyze usage habits of the website by the customer, provide AWS Inc. with reports on visits to the website and other communications relating to the use of that website as well as, more in general, of the internet. Google may transfer this information to third parties where required by law or if third parties process this data on behalf of others and on behalf of Google.

Google will not, in any case, put the IP address of the client in connection with other Google data. The customer may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the corresponding parameters in the specific browser options. It should be noted, however, that in this way the customer can not take full advantage of certain features of the website. Through the use of this site, the customer agrees to the processing of data collected by Google in the manner and for the purposes described earlier.

Using the link to the page Preferred Ads of Google visitors can disable the use of cookies by Google. Using the link to the page for disabling the Network Advertising Initiative, the visitor can disable the use of cookies by a third-party vendor.

The client allows the user to register a user name and password in the cookie, after closing the navigation session, and their activation at the time of the next visit. The customer may revoke this authorization at any time, with effects on the future, by selecting the specific parameters of his browser that allow it to exclude the activation of cookies in the following ways:

Mozilla Firefox:

  • Open the “Tools” menu, then “Options”
  • Click on “Privacy”

Microsoft Internet Explorer:

  • Select “Tools” then “Internet Options”
  • Click on “Privacy” (or “Confidentiality”)
  • Choose the level of privacy you want using the cursor


  • Choose “Tools”, then “Settings”
  • Click on “Show Advanced Settings”
  • In the “Privacy” section, click on “Content Settings”


  • Choose “File”, then “Preferences”
  • Click on “Privacy”