Cookie Policy

In accordance with Directive 2002/58/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 July 2002, Luca Brighenti Group (hereinafter “COMPANY” or “we”) informs you that (hereinafter “site” or “Web site”) uses cookies to store information on your computer, required to access some of its features. By using the site, you declare you have read and you agree to this Cookies Policy as well as the Terms and Conditions of use of the Website and our Privacy Policy.

1 – What is a cookie?

“Cookies” are small text files that are stored via browser on your computer or mobile phone. They allow websites to store such things as user preferences. You can think of cookies as providing a “memory” for the website, enabling it to recognise a user and respond appropriately. They store information needed by these sites to provide you with their services, improve navigation, remember your preferences, run advertising campaigns, etc. Read more about cookies in Wikipedia or on the site of the European Commission.

2 – What types of cookies are there?

There are three classes of cookies, and the same cookie can receive different classifications, depending on how it is created and used. Please note these categories are not always standard, and other sites may use different classifications.

a) According the duration of the cookie

– Session cookies: Only last during a browsing session, and are removed the moment the browser window is closed. Session cookies are used for technical functionalities, for example to remember what products have been added to a shopping basket.

– Persistent cookies: They are stored on users’ devices after the browser window has been closed. The duration of this type of cookie is set by the website that created it, and it can last for an indefinite period of time. They are commonly used to remember your navigation preferences during future visits or for targeted advertising. The intrusiveness of this type of cookie depends on if it is used by the same site, or a third party site, and what it is used for.

b) According the cookie origin

– First party cookies: The website that sets the cookie is the same website the user is visiting.

– Third party cookies: The cookie is created by a website other than the one being visited, collecting information to provide visitors with their own services or track users on the third-party site.

c) According the cookie usage

– Technical Cookies: Allow the user to navigate through a site and use any of its existing options or services, for example, identify the session (1-a), restrict access to some pages, serve content according the visitors’ languages, remember the elements of an order, complete the checkout of a shopping cart, use a password protected page, set security features, manage videos or music, or share content via social networks. Some technical cookies are considered “strictly necessary cookies”, because the site could not work without them.

– Customization Cookies: Allow users to personalize the functioning of a website (such as languages, colors, country, etc).

– Analytical Cookies: Monitors the behavior of users on a website, generating statistics that can be used later to define marketing strategies, provide users with custom information, and improve services and content.

– Advertising Cookies: Used for more effective management of advertising spaces on the site.

Targeting Cookies: Stores information about users’ behaviors through the continuous observation of their browsing habits, sometime across multiple sites. In this case, they used to be known as “Super Cookies”. These are usually created by third-party sites offering some kind of service in return, like social networks and email services. Super cookies are the most likely to offer risks to users, both in regards to their privacy and to the security of their computers. For this reason, it is important you know what services or websites store these types of cookies, and decide how to manage them.

3 – What cookies is this website storing in my computer?

As of today, is saving the following cookies on your computer. This information is periodically updated to reflect technical changes to the site that result in changes to the stored cookies.

Cookie Name (s)




Third-party, persistent, technical, strictly necessary

The cookie is used to identify individual clients behind a shared IP address and apply security settings per client through CloudFlare CDN service.

wp-settings-, wp-settings-time-

Technical, first-party, persistent

Remembers the users settings when they’re logged in to WordPress, the site’s Content Management System

wordpress_logged_in_, wordpress_sec_, wordpress_test_cookie

Technical, first-party, session (temporary)

Used by WordPress to manage the connection preferences during users visits, when they’re logged in.

bp-activity-oldestpage, bp-course-extras, bp-course-filter, bp-course-list, bp-course-scope

Technical, first-party, session (temporary)

Preferences for Buddy Press (WordPress plugin) course preferences when users are logged in.


Technical, first-party, persistent

Preferences for Buddy Press (WordPress plugin) courses preferences, remembered after users finish their sessions..

_gat_gtag_UA_162552244_1, _ga, _gid

Analytical, third-party, persistent

Web site statistics by the program Google Analytics.


Technical, first-party, persistent

Cookies settings management, remembers your preferencies according to our cookies policy, via Quantcast


Technical, first-party, session (temporary)

Session cookie related to the cookies settings management, used alongside euconsent,eupubconsent


Technical, third-party, session (temporary)

Session cookie related to the cookies settings management, similar to _cmpQcif3pcsupported, but stored in


Technical, first-party, session (temporary)

Cookie by Paid Memberships Pro (WordPress Plugin), remembers the type of subscription that users have during their visits.

_icl_current_language, _icl_current_admin_language_

Technical, first-party, persistent, strictly necessary

Contains the user session’s language. It is deleted in 24 hours since the last update.


Analytical, third-party, persistent, associated with Google Analytics.

woocommerce_cart_hash, woocommerce_items_in_cart

Technical, first-party, session (temporary)

Used to display items in the shopping cart by Woocommerce (WordPress plugin).


Technical, first-party, persistent

Used to display items in the shopping cart by Woocommerce (WordPress plugin) after users end their sessions. – player, vuid

Technical, third-party, persistent

Remembers the settings of video player, for videos embedded in the site. – 01AI

Technical, third-party, persistent

Stored by Akamai Technologies for the provision of streaming data services to website. – akavpau_ppsd, nsid, LANG, X-PP-L7, X-PP-SILOVER, cookie_check, enforce_policy, ts, tsrce, ui_experience, x-pp-s, PYPF

Technical, first-party, session (temporary)

Cookies used by to process payments from the site.

4 – How can I manage my cookies?

You can choose to disable or selectively turn off cookies (including third-party cookies) by changing your browser settings. These settings will typically be found in the “options” or “preferences” menu of your browser. In order to understand these settings, use the “Help” option in your browser for more details. Here are the configurations to manage your cookies on the most widely used browsers:

a) Google Chrome

b) Mozilla Firefox

c) Safari

d) Opera

e) Internet Explorer

As mentioned above, this might affect how you interact with many websites. For instance, you could be unable to login to services or programs, such your profiles on social networks.

More information about cookies and disabling cookies can be found on the following websites:

Last Update March 25, 2022.


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