Cookie Policy

(version 2.0 dated 1 August 2022) 

Dear Visitor/Visitor (hereinafter referred to as "You" or the "User"),

This Internet website (hereinafter, the "Website") is owned by the company Youlike S.r.l., with registered office in Via Santa Lucia 97, 80132 – Napoli, Italy, VAT No. and Fiscal Code No. 06769051217 (hereinafter, "We" or the "Company").

Since our Website uses the so-called cookies for several purposes, we hereby aim at explaining to You what cookies are and how they are used on the Website.

Certain cookies (the so called proprium cookies or first party cookies) are carried and controlled directly by us. Through these cookies, the Company collects and processes certain personal data about you. In this cookie policy, pursuant to Article 13 of the EU Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data (hereinafter, “Regulation”) and Legislative Decree 196/2003 (hereinafter, “Privacy Code” and, together with the Regulation, “Applicable Law”), We explain how We collect this data, for what purposes and what are your rights.

Other cookies (so-called third-party cookies), on the other hand, are conveyed and controlled by third parties, as explained below. This policy contains links to the policies published by these third parties, which we ask you to read carefully.

If You are not familiar with cookies, please read carefully this policy and the general privacy policy of the Website, in order to make your choices consciously.

The Company takes the utmost account of the right to privacy and protection of personal data of its Users. For any information related to this Cookie Policy, Users may contact the Company at any time, using the following methods:

A.What are cookies and what are they used for

The cookies are small text files that the websites visited by a user send directly to its terminal (usually, to the browser), where they are memorised to be transmitted to the same websites at the following visit of the same by the same user (the so called proprium first party cookies). During the web surfing of a website, a user may receive on its terminal also cookies of other websites or of other web servers (the so called third parties cookies); this happens because there may be elements on the visited website, such as images, maps, sounds, links to specific web pages of other domains that are on servers other than the server on which the requested page is placed.  In other words, such cookies are set up on a website other than the one that is currently visited.

The cookies may have a duration limited to a single session of navigation on the browser (the so called session cookies), and, in such event, they deactivate automatically once the browser is closed by the user; or may have a predetermined duration and, in such event, they will remain memorised and active on your hard disk until the expiry date, thus continuing collecting information during different sessions of navigation on the browser (the so called permanent cookies).

The cookies are used for several purposes. Certain cookies are necessary in order to allow You to surf the Website and benefit of its functionalities (the so-called technical cookies). Other cookies are used in order to obtain statistical information, whether in aggregate or not, about the number of users accessing the Website and how the Website is used (the so-called monitoring cookies or analytics). To the end, other cookies are used in order to track your consumer profile and make You viewing advertisings that may be of interest for You, since complying with your preferences and your consumer habits (the so-called profiling cookies).

In order to know more in details such different categories of cookies please continue reading such policy.  Please discover how they works and for what use they are for, and choose freely if you want to consent to their use or prevent the same.

B.The technical cookies

The technical cookies are used on the Website for the sole purpose to make You able to surf the Website and allow You to use its functionalities. They are first party cookies since they are conveyed directly by us on the Website.

Certain technical cookies are essential to offer You an optimal surfing experience or in order to allow You to authenticate on the Website, for example in order to make a purchase on the Website or to enter into your reserved area (the so-called surfing cookies). The surfing cookies are normally session cookies and, therefore, once the surfing browser is closed, are automatically deactivated.

The technical cookies are useful in order to allow You to memorise your preferences (for example, the language or the Country) without setting up the same at the following visits (the so-called functionalities cookies).  For such reason, the functionalities cookies are often lasting cookies, since they remain memorised on your computer also after the closure of the surfing browser, until the scheduled expiry date or until when you decide to eliminate the same.

In this regard, technical cookies with the following characteristics and/or functions are used on the Website, by way for example: i) cookies that may contain authentication tokens of the registered user; ii) cookies that define the user's registration status; iii) cookies that allow the technical management of push notifications; iv) cookies that may contain a flag that is saved when the user logs out; v) cookies that may contain authentication tokens to manage and remember expressed privacy preferences and similar.

As provided by the Applicable Law, your prior consent is not required for the installation of technical cookies. You are free to block the installation of technical cookies by modifying the settings of your browser (read paragraph E, no. 1 to find out how to do this). However, please note that by blocking the installation of technical cookies, or subsequently deleting them, your ability to access the Website, to use all or part of it, to enable or disable certain functions or to receive certain services may be totally or partially compromised.

On the contrary, your prior consent is required for the installation of cookies and/or other tracking tools other than technical ones (such as, for example, profiling cookies). For this reason, when you access the Website, a special banner (also known as the Consent Management Platform; hereinafter, “CMP”) is displayed prominently, informing you that subject to your consent, non-technical cookies are used on the Website and that by pressing the special button provided therein, you will be able to consent to the use of cookies.

Should you consent to the installation of cookies in this way, we will keep track of your consent by means of a technical cookie or other technical means linked to the use of CMP, which allow us to keep up-to-date records of your choices in compliance with Applicable Law. In the latter case, the Company may process, for this purpose, metadata relating to the granular choices made by the User: the possible expression of consent, the details of the granular purposes for which the User has given consent, as well as the possible choice of the User to continue browsing by maintaining the default settings by pressing the relevant button provided by CMP.

In this way, We will ensure that you do not see the CMP on cookies during your subsequent visits to the Website and we will keep track of your choices in line with the requirements of Applicable Law.

Please note that, should the Company make use of a technical cookie or other means of demonstrating that it has obtained your consent to keep a record of your choices up to date at all times, and you should delete this technical cookie or other tool used for this purpose from your browser in the manner set out in paragraph E, no. 1 below, the record of your consent may be lost and, therefore, during your next visit to the Website the CMP may be displayed again.

C.Monitoring cookies or “analytics”

The analytics are used on the Website in order to collect statistical information, whether on aggregate or not, on the number of users accessing the Website and on how the same visit the same.

Third-party analytics cookies are installed on the Website only with your prior consent:

Cookie’s denomination Cookie’s category Link to the policy / Instructions on opt-out
Google Analytics
  • cookie analytics
  • permanent
  • data collected by the Company (information page) (opt-out): Google Analytics supports an optional browser add-on that, once installed and activated, disables measurement by Google Analytics for any website visited by a user. Please note that this add-on only deactivates Google Analytics measurement.

You are free not to consent to the installation of analytics cookies and to object to their use at any time, without affecting your ability to visit the Website and enjoy its content in any way. To find out how to do this, please read the third-party cookie policies carefully by following the links in the table above.

Nielsen tracking systems. We also use Nielsen's tracking systems to help measure digital audiences. Nielsen – an independent measurement company – assures us that the processing carried out is limited to statistical aggregate processing and statistical data is collected solely for the purpose of measuring digital audiences and for the creation of anonymous and aggregate statistics reports: you can find more information on the Nielsen website and object to its use using the tools provided by Nielsen, including opt-out for browser navigation.

D.Profiling cookies

Profiling cookies are used to create a profile of you as a user, based on the preferences and tastes you have shown while surfing the Internet, and to display advertisements consistent with your profile. In this way, the advertisements you see on our Website can be of greater interest to you.

You are free not to give your consent for the installation of profiling cookies and to object to their use at any time, without affecting your ability to visit the Website and enjoy its contents in any way. If you decide to deactivate behavioural advertising, this does not mean that you will no longer receive advertising on the Website. However, the banners you see on the Website may not reflect your interests or preferences on the browser you are currently using.

D.1.First-party profiling cookies

Some of the profiling cookies are installed directly by the Company or are tools through which the Company collects data in its capacity as data controller or, in certain cases, joint data controller together with the provider of such cookies (as specifically indicated by the provider of the cookie in the privacy policy set out in the table in this paragraph D.1).

Below is a list of the first-party profiling cookies used on the Website, with an indication of more details about each of them and the ways in which you can oppose their installation:

Cookie’s denomination Cookie’s category More information – Opt-out
Facebook Events
first-party profiling cookies
Meta's Conversions API and Facebook's Pixel allow us to analyze key events on the web, such as customer actions, in order to improve the performance and measurement of campaigns run through Meta's services. Meta Platforms Ireland Limited (4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbor, Dublin 2, Ireland; "Meta") is a joint data controller with us for the data collected through the Pixel and the necessary information required under Article 13(1)(a) and (b) of the GDPR is set out in Meta's Data Policy available at Further information on how Meta processes personal data, including the legal basis to which Meta refers and how to exercise your rights against Meta, can be found in Meta's Privacy Policy at We have entered the Controller's Addendum (set out at the link: ) with the provider to determine our respective responsibilities for complying with our obligations under the GDPR in relation to the processing subject to joint controllership. Between the joint controllers, Meta is responsible for the data subjects' rights under Articles 15-20 of the GDPR in relation to the personal data retained by Meta after the processing carried out in joint controllership with us.

By using the opt-out tools above to block first-party profiling cookies you may still receive a technical cookie to store your preference. Please be aware that if you delete all cookies from your browser, this technical cookie may also be removed, and you may need to re-express your choice to block these cookies using the means set out in this cookie policy.

D.2.Third-party profiling cookies

In addition, other profiling cookies are installed on the Website by third parties (third-party cookies). Here is a list of the third-party profiling cookies currently used on the Website, with an indication of the links to the information pages created by their developers (also containing information on how to oppose their installation, so-called opt-out, and on the relative retention periods):

Cookie’s denomination Cookie’s category Link to the policy / Instructions on opt-out
  • third-party profiling cookies
  • third-party profiling cookies
  • third-party profiling cookies

Some third-party cookies are set by parties with whom We do not have a direct contractual relationship. For this reason, We provide you with links to the Website of the entities that act as intermediaries between Us and these third parties, on which you will find (i) the list of third parties that install profiling cookies on the Website and (ii) links to the privacy policies of these third parties, where you will find all the necessary information on their profiling cookies and on how to opt-out of their installation:

Cookie’s denomination Link to the policy
Omnicom Media Group S.r.l. tramite la DMP di Neodata
Ciao People”) – “Ad Manager 360” service of Google Ireland Limited

(hereinafter referred to as “AdServer” and “Google” respectively).

The profiling cookies of the Google’s AdServer allow Ciao People to collect data in its capacity as “data controller”.

Moreover, with regard to the AdServer service offered by Google and used by Ciao People, Google declares itself to be the autonomous “data controller” of the Users’ personal data. Therefore, for the collection of data and for the processing resulting from the use of the AdServer, Ciao People has no control or power over the processing carried out by Google, as a mere end-user of the service (which is technically managed by Google).

Users may object to the use of the AdServer’s profiling cookies via the following link:

In order to obtain information on the possible transfer of the User's personal data abroad by Google or on the retention period of the data processed in the context of the use of the AdServer, the Users may refer to Google’s privacy policy and/or to the following link:

The Company also informs Users that the Google’s AdServer used by Ciao People may enable the use by advertisers or other third parties of cookies linked to advertising campaigns in order to collect information on the User’s browsing activities. Similarly, other partners of the Company indicated in the CMP may process the User’s personal data in order to deliver advertisements also based on interests. For the relevant information, please refer to the links found next to each vendor within CMP.

E.How to manage the cookies and oppose to their use

There are several options to manage, disable and remove the cookies.

  1. Modify your browser settings
    Please follow the instructions provided by your browser’s producer to discover how to manage, disable or remove all the cookies:

    Please be careful in making your choice. Indeed, by blocking the receipt of all the cookies indiscriminately, including the technical ones, without providing a specific exception for the Website, you might be no more able to surf on the Website or to benefit, in whole or in part, of its functionalities. Furthermore, removing all the cookies from the browser, also the technical cookies could be removed and, therefore, you could remove the preferences set up by using the Website.

  2. Use interactive tools provided by third parties
    To disable first-party profiling cookies, i.e., those installed directly by Us, you can simply use the interactive button(s) highlighted in paragraph D of this policy. Your choice to opt out of the use of these cookies will not affect your ability to browse the Website and use its features, and you can opt out at any time by using the same interactive button.To disable third party cookies, please consult the information pages of the third parties that install analytics cookies (see paragraph C above) or profiling cookies (see paragraph D above) to find out the tools available to you to manage, disable and delete cookies and, more generally, to object to their use. Remember that by disabling third party cookies, (i) you object to their use not only on the Website but on all the websites on which they are used and (ii) the possibility of browsing the Website and using its functionalities will not be affected in any way.
  3. Use the website
    Your Online Choices is an Internet website managed by the non-profit association European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA), the Italian version of which can be found at the address It provides information on behavioural advertising based on profiling cookies ( and allows Internet users to easily opt-out of the installation of the main profiling cookies installed by advertisers and used on Internet websites ( Before using this tool, we recommend that you carefully read the general terms and conditions of service of the Your Online Choices website (, as well as the frequently asked questions (FAQ) ( and the help page ( use Your Online Choices consciously. Indeed, notwithstanding that many of the most important marketing companies using cookies are members of the same, certain third parties installing cookies through the Website could not be members of Your Online Choices.  Therefore, the use of Your Online Choices does not guarantee that third parties cookies will be received surfing on the Website.  Please be remained that, removing all the cookies from the browser, also the technical cookies released by Your Online Choices in order to remind your choices could be removed, thus reactivating third parties cookies.
  4. Use CMP
    For the processing of personal data that, subject to the User's consent, third party companies may carry out through cookies, the User may also use the CMP implemented on the Website, to provide or withdraw consent by following the relevant instructions.

F.Processing methods and data retention periods

As indicated in the introduction to this cookie policy, it is possible that the Company collects and processes some of your personal data through cookies that it places directly on the Website or cookies placed by third parties who act on behalf of the Company on the basis of a specific act of appointment as data processor pursuant to Article 28 of the Regulation (first party cookies). The Company acts as the data controller of this data, in accordance with the provisions of the Applicable Law. We will process your data only by IT means, in a fully automated manner and without human intermediation. Therefore, our employees will never access the content of your personal data obtained through cookies, which means that they will never be able to access and/or have PII (Personally Identifiable Information), i.e. information from which you can be directly identified.

Some of our employees, appointed by us as persons in charge of the processing, in accordance with Article 29 of the Regulation, may carry out maintenance work on the computer systems that house your data, without ever being able to access their actual content.

Personal data may be stored on servers managed by third parties (e.g., suppliers of IT systems) or may be managed by subjects specialized in online advertising, who act as data processors, pursuant to Article 28 of the Regulation, on the basis of a specific appointment in writing by the Company.

Your personal data will not be disclosed to third party data controllers or disseminated.

Your personal data, collected by the Company by means of the technical cookies referred to in paragraph B above, will be stored for the time strictly necessary to carry out the primary purposes described in this policy, or in any case as necessary to protect the rights and interests of both Users and the Company.

As regards the duration of the cookies themselves, including third-party cookies, and the retention periods of the data collected by the third parties, please refer to the tables included in this policy.

G.Transfers of personal data to a third country

Please note that, subject to the conditions and safeguards set out in the Regulation, your data may be transferred to countries outside the European Economic Area (EEA). Such countries may not offer a level of privacy protection and protection of personal data comparable to that guaranteed by the Applicable Law; where the Company acts as data controller we will take data security into utmost consideration and, therefore, we will handle such transfers with all due care and guarantees in accordance with the Applicable Law and, in particular, in accordance with articles 45 (Transfer on the basis of an adequacy decision) and 46 (Transfer subject to adequate safeguards) of the Regulation.

In particular, for the provision of the Google Analytics service (referred to in paragraph C above), the Company’s supplier, Google Ireland Limited, may transfer the pseudonymous personal data of the Users of the Website outside the EEA, on the basis of the so-called Standard Contractual Clauses and, in particular, to the United States, taking additional measures to ensure that this is done in accordance with the Regulation itself. Further information on the additional security measures applied by Google Ireland Limited for transfers of personal data outside the European Union can be found in the following resources provided by the provider itself: “Regarding international data transfers in Google Analytics” (see link: and “Safeguards for international data transfers with Google's advertising and analytics products” (see link: In view of the scope of the processing, the nature of the data processed, and the risks of the processing carried out by the supplier, the Company considered the additional security measures that the supplier guarantees to adopt to protect the personal data processed on behalf of the Company to be appropriate.

We would like to point out that some of the third parties indicated in the tables in this cookie policy and/or in the CMP may – in their capacity as autonomous data controllers or, in any case, for the processing carried out as autonomous data controllers after the collection as joint data controller with the Company – process the personal data collected by means of the cookies installed on this Website from a location outside the European Union and, therefore, we recommend that you carefully read their above mentioned disclosures for further details on the matter. In particular, we would like to point out the transfers made by Meta (more information here and here) with respect to the subsequent processing carried out by the latter as autonomous controller after the initial collection as joint data controller with the Company.

H. Your rights

To exercise your rights, or to obtain any further information or clarification in relation to this cookie policy, please contact the Company by the following means:

Pursuant to the Applicable Law, Users have:

  1. the right to withdraw consent at any time, if the processing is based on their consent;
  2. the right of access to personal data;
  3. (where applicable) the right to data portability (the right to receive all personal data concerning them in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format), the right to restriction of processing of personal data, the right to rectification and the right to erasure (“right to be forgotten”);
  4. the right to object:
    • in whole or in part, for legitimate reasons to the processing of personal data concerning them, even if relevant to the purpose of collection;
    • in whole or in part, to the processing of personal data concerning them for the purpose of sending advertising or direct sales material or for carrying out market research or commercial communication;
  5. if they consider that the processing of their personal data is in breach of the Regulation, the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority (in the Member State in which they have their habitual residence, in the Member State in which they work or in the Member State in which the alleged breach has occurred). The Italian Supervisory Authority is the Garante per la protezione dei dati personali, located in Piazza Venezia n. 11, 00187 – Rome (

The Company is not responsible for updating all links that can be viewed in this cookie policy, therefore whenever a link is not functional and/or updated, Users acknowledge and accept that they must always refer to the document and/or section of the websites referred to such link.