Iris website uses cookies and similar technologies to guarantee the proper functioning of procedures, to improve the user browsing experience and to performing profiling activities for commercial aims.
This document gives information on the use of cookies and similar technologies, on how cookies are used within the Iris site and on the ways they are managed.
The use of cookies by the owner of this site is covered in the previous sections under “Introduction” and “Privacy advisory note pursuant to article 13 of the Regulation”, to which reference should be made.


Cookies are small text files that contain sets of information. Cookies are stored on the computer, tablet, smartphone or, more generically, on the device used to browse a site every time the site is visited.

At each subsequent visit, the browser sends these cookies to the website which had originally set them or to another site. Cookies let sites remember certain information to allow the user to browse online in a simple, quick way. Cookies are used for various reasons and have various characteristics. They can be used both by the owner of the site that is being visited as well as by third parties.


Providing data is optional. The user who browses Iris website consents to provide data through cookies if he/she clicks on the OK button in the banner.

The user may set up his/her browser so that he/she receives a warning on the presence of a cookie and may decide whether or not to accept it. The user may also delete these cookies through the functionality made available by each browser used to access the internet. Specific instructions on how to do this are given in the browser’s manual.
We point out that in addition to the tools provided by the browser, it is also possible to use the tools provided by the site:


Cookies can be kept for various periods of times depending on the purposes for which they are processed by Iris, or by third parties, in compliance with privacy regulations that are applicable from time to time. Our temporary session cookies are enabled for the duration of the session. Our permanent cookies are valid for a period up to 24 months, whilst for third-party cookies, the storage time is indicated by the same third parties on their respective websites, which are accessible through the dedicated links in the table regarding the cookies used and/or by consulting and

Iris, in any case, reserves the right to modify, partially or wholly, the Privacy Policy or to simply update the contents of it (for example, following a change to an applicable law). The company will publish every update on this website.