Privacy e Cookie policy

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Privacy Policy

Policy on the use of cookies

This site uses cookies to ensure all its protocols function correctly and to improve user experience within its online applications. By using our website, users implicitly declare their acceptance and consent to the use of cookies in accordance with the terms of use set forth in this document.

What are cookies?

Cookies are text files (containing letters and/or numbers), data packets that are stored on your computer or mobile device every time you visit a website online through a browser. Each time you visit the site after the first visit, the browser sends the cookies to the site that created them, or to another site. Cookies allow sites to store certain data in order to make online navigation easier and faster.

There are two main types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Your computer automatically deletes session cookies when you close the browser, while persistent cookies are stored on your computer until they are deleted or reach their expiration date.

The cookies on this site

Persistent cookies are only used to facilitate navigation within the site and ensure the site functions correctly, to make it easier for you to access services requiring authentication (so that users do not have to insert their credentials every time they wish to access the services), as well as for statistical purposes, allowing us to know which areas of the site have been visited.

The use of session cookies is strictly limited to transmitting session identifiers (made up of numbers generated at random by the server). These are required for you to safely and efficiently explore the site. The session cookies used on this side avoid us having to resort to other information technology that might compromise security when using the website. They do not permit acquisition of any personal data that could be used to identify the user.

Third-party cookies uses Google Analytics to gather data (rendered anonymous) on how users make use of our website. Google Analytics generates statistical data and other data using the cookies, which are stored on users’ computers. Any data it generated relating to our website is then used to create reports. Google then stores and uses that data on its own server. Google’s privacy policy is available at the following address:

You can choose to selectively disable Google Analytics’ data collection by installing Google’s own opt-out add-on.

Social plugins

The site also uses social network plugins and/or buttons to allow you to share items easily on those networks. These plugins are programmed not to set any cookies upon you accessing the page, in order to safeguard user privacy.

Any cookies the social network may set are set only if you, the user, actively use the plugin at your own discretion. Please note that if you are using your browser while logged into a social network, you have already consented to that social network’s use of cookies upon signing up to it.

The collection and use of data obtained via plugins is governed by the privacy policy of the social network in question. Please refer to each network for further information.

To guarantee maximum transparency and for your ease, below you will find the web addresses for the various the policies and methods by which the cookies are managed.

How to disable cookies
If you wish to disable cookies, please note that doing so may have a negative impact on the usability of certain sites online. Most browsers allow you to deny/accept cookies. Below, you can find practical information on how to disable them through the browser you are using.

Internet Explorer 9

  • Open Internet Explorer.
  • Go to “Settings”.
  • Go to “Privacy and Security” and click “Clear browsing data”.
  • Tick the “Cookies” box and then click “Clear”.


Google Chrome

  • Click the “Settings” icon at the top right of the screen.
  • Select “Settings”.
  • Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Advanced”.
  • In the “Privacy and security” section, click “Content Settings”.
  • To disable cookies, set “Allow sites to save and read cookie data” to “Blocked” (alternatively, you can remove all cookies created during a specific period of time by selecting it from the drop-down list).
  • Select “Browsing history” to delete all traces of any sites you have visited.
  • Select “Delete download history” to remove all files and programs you have downloaded.
  • Select “Delete cache images and files” to delete the pages of sites stored in the cache.
  • You can also remove saved passwords (those you use to access sites) and data saved to fill out forms (for example your name and surname).
  • Then click “Clear data”,
  • followed by the close button.


Mozilla Firefox

  • Click the options button at the top of the window and choose “Preferences”, then go to the “Privacy & Security” panel.
  • Under the “Cookies and Site Data” section, click “Manage Data…”.
  • To remove individual cookies click the relevant item in the list then click “Remove selected”.
  • To remove all cookies, click “Remove all”.
  • From the drop down menu click “Preferences”.
  • Select the “Privacy” tab.
  • Click “Manage website data”.
  • Select the cookies you want to remove from the list.
  • Click “Remove”.


Safari 1.0 (MacOS X)

  • From the drop down menu click “Preferences”.
  • Select the “Privacy” tab.
  • Click “Manage website data”.
  • Select the cookies you want to remove from the list.
  • Click “Remove”.