Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that websites use to store and collect information through the browser. These files are used by sites for various purposes, and they differ between technical cookies and profiling cookies:

The "cookie law" (Directive 2009/136 / EC) amended Art. 122 of the Personal Data Protection Code (Legislative Decree 196/2003): The article requires consent from visitors to store or collect any information on the computer or any other device connected to the web. Otherwise, the previous regime allowed the storage and collection of this information without prior consent.

The Personal Data Protector has identified simplified ways of informing and acquiring the consent for the use of cookies in the measure dated May 8, 2014 - Doc. Web n. 3118884 (Published in Official Journal No. 126 of June 3, 2014) to which these legal notes conform to greater transparency towards the end-user.
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This web site uses only "technical" cookies, so it does not do any profiling / tracing of user navigation preferences. Third party services used by this site use "profiling" cookies.

LEGO. S.p.A. Use the following internal technical cookies:

LEGO. S.p.A. Use the following third-party cookies:
While browsing this website. The user can also receive cookies on his device that are sent directly from third party services.
The site incorporates Google Maps, YouTube and Vimeo parts and widgets. LEGO. S.p.A. It does not have access to data that is so collected and processed in full autonomy by embedded platform managers. For more information on how to handle data collected by social networks, see the privacy notice provided by the providers of the same services.

By using this site, the visitor accepts this policy on cookies. LEGO. S.p.A. It may make changes to this policy and it is the visitor's responsibility to check this policy regularly.

However, to disable, remove or block cookies, you can still use the browser settings or the DoNotTrack option, where available. In case of deactivation, no full web site usability is guaranteed.

Further information

How to disable cookies (opt-out)
Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can refuse them. If you do not want to receive or store cookies, you can change your browser's security settings (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari Opera, etc.). Each browser has different procedures for managing the settings:

Microsoft Internet Explorer
From "Tools" select "Internet Options". In the pop-up window select "Privacy" and adjust the settings of the cookies or the links

Google Chrome for Desktop
Select "Settings", then "Show advanced settings", then in the "Privacy" section select "Content settings" and adjust cookie settings or access via link

Google Chrome for Mobile
Access via link

Mozilla Firefox
Select "Options" and in the pop-up window select "Privacy" to adjust the cookie settings or access the and disabling cookies
Https:// and disabling cookies

Apple Safari
Select "Preferences" and then "Security" to adjust the cookie settings or access via the link

Select "Preferences", then "Advanced" and then "Cookies" to adjust cookie settings or access via the link

Android Native Browser
Select "Settings", then "Privacy" and select or deselect the "Accept cookies" box.
For browsers other than those listed above, see the guide to find ways to manage cookies.