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EU Cookie Law
The EU Cookie Law Policy was updated on March 18, 2020.


This document, called "extended information" is an integral part of the privacy policy of this site.

It is prepared and updated in this way only and exclusively to allow the user a better understanding on the use of website cookies.

Drafted in accordance and in implementation of the provision of the Guarantor for the protection of personal data of 8 May 2014, published in the Official Journal N ° 126 of 3 June 2014 ( 03 / 14A04066 / sg), entitled "Identification of simplified procedures for the information and the acquisition of consent for the use of cookies" and in compliance with articles 13 and 14 of EU Regulation 2016/679 "General Data Protection Regulation "Of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016, which ensures that the processing of personal data takes place in compliance with fundamental rights and freedoms, with particular reference to confidentiality and personal identity.

The EU Cookie Law was approved in Italy with legislative decree 69/2012 and 70/2012.

This document fully cancels and replaces any previously published document regarding cookies.

We also inform you that, to provide you with a complete service, our site may contain links to other websites that we do not directly manage, for which we cannot be responsible for errors, content, cookies, publications of illicit moral content, advertising, banners or files that do not comply with current regulations.

New rules may be updated periodically, therefore we invite you to return to this page to reread it regularly.

It is in fact the intention of the company to conform its privacy protection policies to the provisions of the "Code", also to the precautions and procedures that the Guarantor has specified precisely in the published documents.

This Cookie Policy is aimed at providing the user with information relating to cookies and their use and how to intervene to reject or delete them if desired, keeping in mind that however, by disabling cookies, some features of the site may not work correctly as expected.

Cookies are small text strings that the sites visited by the user send to his terminal (be it a PC, notebook, smartphone, tablet; normally they are stored directly on the browser used for navigation), where they are stored in order to be retransmitted to the same sites on the next visit by the same user (information such as the IP address of a device, the time of display, an identifier associated with the browser or device and the type of browser used).

In addition to cookies, other similar tools (web beacons / web bugs, clear GIFs or others) that allow identification of the user or terminal are also subject to the provision of the Guarantor.

Cookies, usually present in users' browsers in very large numbers and sometimes even with characteristics of long persistence, are used for different purposes: execution of IT authentications, session monitoring, storage of information on specific configurations regarding users accessing the server, etc.

During navigation on a site, the user can therefore also receive cookies on his terminal that are sent from different sites or web servers (so-called "third parties"), on which some elements may reside (such as, for example, images , maps, sounds, specific links to pages from other domains) present on the site it is visiting.

More generally, some cookies (called session cookies) are assigned to the user's device only for the duration of access to the site and automatically expire when the browser is closed.

Other cookies (defined persistent) remain on the device for an extended period of time.

Further information on cookies can be found on

In order to arrive at a correct regulation of these devices, it is necessary to distinguish them given that there are no technical characteristics that differentiate them from each other precisely on the basis of the purposes pursued by those who use them.

In this direction, moreover, the same legislator has moved, which, in implementation of the provisions contained in Directive 2009/136 / EC, has brought back the obligation to acquire the prior and informed consent of users to the installation of cookies used for purposes other than merely technical (article N ° 1, paragraph N ° 5, letter a) of the Legislative Decree of May 28, 2012, N ° 69, which modified article N ° 122 of the Code).

A working group was set up pursuant to article No. 29
It is the EU's independent advisory body for the protection of personal data and privacy, whose tasks are set out in Article N ° 30 of Directive 95/46 / EC and in Article N ° 15 of Directive 2002 / 58 / EC.

They were asked for their opinion, in addition to the current regulations, for the determination of the types of cookies ( 2012 / wp194_en.pdf # h2-8).

We use cookies to ensure the proper functioning of the procedures and improve the user experience.

A cookie will not harm the user's computer, and no data that allows personal identification will be stored.

To use all the features of the site, it may be necessary to have cookies enabled.

Browsers are often set up to automatically accept cookies.

However, users can change the default configuration, in order to disable or delete cookies (from time to time or once and for all), with the consequence, however, that the use of the site may be precluded.

You can always check the methods and types of cookies stored on your browser by changing their settings.

There are two basic macro-categories, with different characteristics: technical cookies and profiling cookies.

A) Technical cookies are generally necessary for the proper functioning of the website, and to allow navigation; without them you may not be able to view the pages correctly or to use some services.

For example, a technical cookie is essential to keep the user connected throughout the visit to a website, or to memorize the settings of the language, the display, and so on.

Technical cookies can be further distinguished in:

1. navigation cookies, which guarantee the normal navigation and use of the website (allowing, for example, to make a purchase or authenticate to access restricted areas; remember previous actions when browsing backwards to a page in the same session, etc. etc.);

2. analytics cookies, assimilated to technical cookies only when used directly by the site operator to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site (for example, for measuring site performance, with particular attention to the user's browsing experience, etc. etc.)

3. functionality cookies, which allow the user to navigate according to a series of selected criteria (for example, remember the settings that a user has applied to a website such as layout, font size, preferences, color and so on the language, the products selected for the purchase; remember a choice so that the filling in of a questionnaire, etc., etc. is no longer required in order to improve the service provided.

4. Advertising cookies, these cookies are aimed at providing advertising space. These cookies are installed directly, or by third parties. Some of them are used to calculate the value of the advertising offer, identify individual advertisements and know which ones have been selected and when. Other advertising cookies, such as behavioral cookies and retargeting cookies, are used to deduce your browser "profile" and then propose advertising messages that conform to your behavior on the net and presumably in line with your interests. This "profile" is anonymous and the information collected through these cookies does not allow you to trace your identity.

5. Social Network cookies, these are cookies that allow you to share the contents of the site you are visiting with other users or to express your opinion on it. They are cookies typically used to activate the "Like" or "Follow" functions of Social Networks such as Facebook and Twitter, just to name a few. These functions allow social networks to identify their users and collect information even while browsing other sites. We recommend that you consult the privacy policy of each of the Social Networks you use to find out the purposes and methods of processing the personal data they carry out.

B) Profiling cookies are more sophisticated.
These cookies are aimed at creating user profiles, and are used in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the same part of surfing the net.

Profiling cookies will be activated and used by the site only if the user gives his prior consent to such use.

C) Their classification.
In general, cookies can still be classified as:

1. session cookies, which are deleted immediately when the navigation browser is closed;

2. persistent cookies, which (unlike session ones) remain within the browser for a certain period of time. They are used, for example, to recognize the device that connects to the site by facilitating authentication operations for the user.

3. first-party cookies, ie cookies generated and managed directly by the manager of the website on which the user is browsing.

4. third-party cookies, which are generated and managed by subjects other than the manager of the website on which the user is browsing (by virtue, as a rule, of a contract between the owner of the website and the third party).

Third party cookies

Third-party cookies are also operating on this website, i.e. cookies created by a website other than the one the user is currently visiting.
Based on the provisions of the provision of the privacy guarantor of 8 May 2014, the Data Controller is required to provide the updated link to the information and consent forms of the third parties with which special agreements have been made for the installation of cookies through your site.

In particular, users are informed that the website uses the following services that release cookies:

- The "Google Analytics" web analysis service provided by Google, Inc. Google Analytics is a web analysis service that uses "cookies" which are stored on the user's computer to allow the visited website to analyze how users use it. use. The information generated by the cookie on the use of the website visited by the user (including the IP address) will be transmitted to Google, and stored on Google's servers in the United States. Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating the use of the website by the user, compiling reports on website activity for the website operators and providing other services relating to website activity and Internet use. . To consult the privacy policy of the Google company relating to the Google Analytics service, as well as to express your consent to the use of the aforementioned cookies, please refer to the website html, as well as to click on the following link:

- on the site there are particular "buttons" (called "social buttons / widgets") that represent the icons of social networks (example, Facebook, linkedin, etc.). These buttons allow users who are browsing the sites to interact with a "click" directly with the social networks depicted therein. In this case, the social network acquires data relating to the user's visit, while the Owner will not share any browsing information or user data acquired through its site with the social networks accessible thanks to the Social buttons / widgets.


Most browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) are configured to accept cookies.

By changing your browser settings, you can accept or decline cookies or decide to receive a warning message before accepting a cookie from the websites you visit.

We remind you that by completely disabling cookies in your browser you may not be able to use all the site's features.

If you use multiple computers in different locations, make sure each browser is set up to suit your preferences.

You can delete all the cookies installed in the cookie folder of your browser.

Each browser has different procedures for managing settings.

Below is a brief series of instructions for disabling cookies on the most popular browsers.

1. Instructions for disabling COOKIES on Internet Explorer.
To customize the parameters relating to cookies for a website In Internet Explorer click on the Tools button, then on Internet Options. Select the "Privacy" tab, then on Sites.
In the Website address area you can enter the address (URL) of the website whose privacy parameters you want to customize.
For example
To authorize the registration of the cookies of the website in question on the device, click on Authorize.
To prevent the registration of the cookies of the website in question on the device, it is instead necessary to click on Block.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each website to be blocked or authorized.
Once finished, click OK twice.

2. Instructions for disabling COOKIES on Safari.
From the Preferences menu click on the Privacy tab and Configure cookies.

3. Instructions for disabling COOKIES on Chrome.
Click "Preferences".
Select "Settings".
Click on "Show advanced settings".
In the "Privacy" section click on the "Content settings?" Button
In the "Cookie" section you can:
Check which cookies are installed on the browser and delete them
Block cookies by default
Authorize cookies by default
Define the exceptions for cookies of some websites or domains.

4. Instructions for disabling COOKIES on Firefox.
Click on the Preferences button.
Click on the Privacy tab.
In the History Settings select "use custom settings".
Then select the box "accept cookies from sites" and click on the exceptions to choose the websites that are to be authorized or not as regards the installation of cookies on the terminal.
From the same panel you can also view which cookies are installed on the browser and delete them.

5. Instructions for disabling COOKIES on Opera.
Click on Preferences, then on Advanced and select Cookies
Cookie preferences allow you to control the way Opera manages cookies. The default setting involves accepting all cookies.
Accept cookies
All cookies are accepted (by default) Accept only those of the sites visited
Third-party cookies, from a domain external to the one visited, will be refused Never accept cookies
All cookies are blocked

6. Warnings.
It is possible that some settings are different depending on whether you use the browser on a Mac or PC.

In addition, browsers often change the interface and management commands for general settings.

We therefore refer to the instructions of the manufacturers of these software in the event that our instructions are not updated for the distribution of a new version of the browsers described above.

For Internet Explorer:
For Safari ™ Safari on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:
For Chrome ™:
• For Firefox ™:
For Opera ™:

If you do not use any of the browsers listed above, select "cookies" in the relevant section of the guide to find out where your cookie folder is located.

For more information on cookies and to manage cookie preferences (first and / or third party) users are also invited to visit the platform

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