Cookie Policy



Pursuant to the legislation on the protection of personal data, Sunland Optics Srl with registered office in Reggio Calabria, Via Vecchia Provinciale Archi, 197, VAT number 02160630808, as Data Controller, is required to provide information regarding the use of personal data, pursuant to applicable regulations such as Reg. EU 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation – GDPR) and Legislative Decree 196/2003 and subsequent amendments and additions, as well as the provisions of both national and supranational authorities on the subject such as the Guarantor for the Protection of Personal Data).

1. Which websites are governed by this policy?

This information applies to the following websites:




2. What are cookies and what are they used for?

Cookies are text strings that the websites used by the user, or different websites or web servers (so-called third parties) place and store within the user’s device. Thanks to cookies, the server sends information every time the user on this site or on all sites owned by Sunland Optics Srl to allow optimal navigation.

In fact, cookies are used to improve the User’s browsing experience and provide information to the site manager on the use made by the user in order to obtain statistical data and create a usage profile.

3. What types of cookies does Goboservice use?

The Data Controller uses the following types of cookies.

a) Necessary technical cookies

These cookies are essential to browse the site and use all its features, such as access to the reserved area. Without them it would not be possible to provide the user with the requested services. These cookies are not used for commercial purposes.

b) Analytical performance or functionality cookies

They collect and analyze information on the use of the site by the user (pages visited, number of accesses, time spent on the site, etc.) in order to provide the user with an optimal browsing experience. All information is anonymous and used only to improve the use of the site. These cookies are not used for commercial purposes.

  • Performance cookies

They collect information on the use of the site by visitors, but anonymous data which therefore does not lead to profiling, nor to the processing of personal data, are used only to statistically analyze accesses / visits to the site and exclusively pursue statistical purposes. .

  • Functionality cookies

They remember the user’s choices and therefore automate some procedures (such as login), or personalize access and navigation of the site (for example, they remember the user’s language). User consent is not required for these cookies either.

  • Google Analytics

The website uses third-party tracking cookies. In particular, the website uses the Google Analytics service, an analysis tool of the company Google Inc. which allows the site to obtain anonymous and aggregate statistics, useful for optimizing the sites and services offered. The Google Company has undertaken to use cookies limited to the provision of the service, as well as to store them separately and not cross them with information that may be available.Our site uses a technical tool, suggested by the third party, to obtain the masking of the address IP and to allow anonymization of all users’ IP addresses. The masking or anonymization of the IP address takes place as soon as the data is received by the Google Analytics collection network, before any storage or processing takes place for the generation of statistics on the use of the website. Google Analytics anonymizes the address as soon as this is technically possible in the most upstream passage of the network where the data is collected. The user can check the information at the following link

c) Profiling cookies

These cookies are used by the Data Controller to collect data on browsing habits and user preferences in order to develop a specific profile for customizing the commercial offer, for carrying out market research.

The User can choose to refuse the use of this category of cookies by using the opt-out tool provided in the settings page of their browser or according to what is specified below.

List of cookies used on the site





Google reCAPTCHA

Functional, Marketing/Tracking


Statistics (anonymous)

Google Analytics



Marketing/Tracking, Functional

Pagebuilder (Various)



Marketing/Tracking, Statistics


Purpose pending investigation

Google Adsense


Google Maps



Marketing/Tracking, Functional






Purpose pending investigation

4. How can you select or deselect cookies?

The banner that appears on the first visit to the website asks you to choose whether or not to consent to the use of cookies.

Technical cookies and analytical cookies that collect data in aggregate and anonymous form being necessary for the functioning of the website will be installed automatically by continuing to browse.

Please note that disabling cookies may result in the disabling of some features of the site. In any case, a small amount of technical information, necessary for the functionality of the site, will continue to be stored on the user’s browser.

The user can refuse all or some of the cookies used on this website in the following ways:

a) By accessing the “Preferences” of your browser

Google Chrome

  • Select “Chrome Menu” in your browser bar
  • Select “settings”
  • Select “Show advanced settings”
  • In the “Privacy” section, click on “Content settings”
  • Disable all cookies by selecting “Block sites from setting any data” and “Block third-party cookies and site data”
  • Click on “OK”.


  • Select “Tools” in your browser bar
  • Select “Options”
  • Select “Privacy”
  • In the “History” area, choose the option “use custom settings” from the drop-down menu
  • Disable cookies by unchecking “Accept cookies from sites”
  • Click on “OK”

Internet Explorer

  • Select “Tools” in your browser bar
  • Select “Internet Options”
  • Select “Privacy” and then click on “Advanced”
  • Select “Override automatic cookie handling”
  • Disable “first-party cookies” by selecting “Block”
  • Disable “third party cookies” by selecting “Block”
  • Disable the “session cookies” by removing the selection of the “Always allow session cookie”
  • Click on “OK”


  • Select “Settings” is located at the top right and is represented with a gear
  • Select the “Preferences” item
  • From the preferences panel, select the “Privacy” tab
  • To disable cookies, under “Block cookies”, select ‘Always’. Select the option ‘from third-party sites and sponsors’ to disable cookies from sources external to the page you are viewing.
  • Click on “OK”

b) Smartphone navigation


Default browser: Internet

  • Launch the Web Browser
  • Once the browser is running, press your phone’s Menu button
  • Select the “Settings” option
  • Select the “Content Settings” item
  • Scroll down the list looking for “Accept cookies” and deselect the check button.


  • Launch the Chrome browser
  • Press the Menu button on your phone
  • Select the “Settings” option
  • Select the “Site Settings” item
  • Move the switch of the item according to the choice you want to make.


  • Open Firefox for Android.
  • Click the menu button (located at the bottom of the screen or in the upper right corner).
  • Tap Settings (you may need to tap More first)
  • Click Privacy.
  • Click Cookies and select the “Disabled” setting which prevents all types of cookies from being stored on your device.



  • Enter the “Settings” control panel
  • Select the item “Safari”
  • In the “Privacy and Security” section select “Block Cookies”
  • In the next menu choose “Always”


  • Open the Chrome menu
  • Select “Settings”
  • In the “Advanced” section, select “Content settings”
  • Move the ‘Accept Cookies’ switch to position 0.

Windows Phone

  • In Internet Explorer, tap More> “Settings”, then tap “Advanced Settings”.
  • You can also access the settings for Internet Explorer from Settings in the app list.
  • Under Cookies from websites, select:
  • Block some – allows you to block third-party cookies.
  • Block all – allows you to block all cookies.

c) Simplified management through the button “Manage cookies in the footer of the site.

The user, by clicking on the “Cookie management” button in the website footer, can configure or change the cookie choices at any time, activating or deactivating cookies at his own discretion.

5. How long are the data collected through cookies kept?

The data collected through cookies will be stored according to their nature:

  • session cookies expire when the user closes the browser, persistent cookies have typical expiration dates which, with particular exceptions, do not exceed 20 days.
  • The data collected through profiling cookies will be kept for a period of 24 months, subsequently they will be subject to pseudonymization and / or anonymization and therefore will no longer be attributable to the User.

These data will be processed exclusively for the purposes listed above may and may be disclosed to subsidiaries, parent companies, affiliates or otherwise connected.

In compliance with the minimum security measures, such data may be disclosed to public security subjects and to other public and private subjects for the fulfillment of obligations established by law. In no case will the data be disclosed.

In compliance with the principles of proportionality and necessity, the data will not be kept for longer periods than those indispensable for the realization of the aforementioned purposes, and therefore, for the service offered or the specific provisions of the law.

6. What rights does the User have?

At any time, the user can exercise their access rights towards the Data Controller, pursuant to Article 15 of EU Regulation 201/679 (General Data Protection Regulation), that is, they can obtain confirmation of the existence of their data. personal and request their communication in an intelligible form.

The User will also have the right to obtain the updating, rectification, integration and cancellation of data or the limitation of the related processing. Finally, you will have the right to object, in whole or in part, for legitimate reasons, to the processing of your personal data by contacting the Data Controller. You will also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Personal Data Processing Authority.