Cookie Policy

What are cookies?


Almost all websites register cookies. A cookie is a small file that saves Internet settings. It is downloaded from the browser when it is first accessed on the website. The next time the user returns to the site, the same browser, the browser checks for the presence of a related cookie (or the name of the site) and uses the data inside the cookie to be sent back to the site. In some cases, the content is a second case.


The advantages of cookies


Some cookies are extremely useful because they can be consulted other times. If you use the same device, the same browser, cookies can be used to improve our site and make it more useful for the interests and needs of the user. None of the cookies on our site collect information that personally identifies you.


Allowing and deleting cookies


Users can choose whether to accept or reject cookies. This choice is possible by setting or modifying the browsers in order to accept or refuse cookies. The procedure is differentiated according to the browser from the address, for further information it is advised to consult the Help of the browser.



Our website uses or can use, also in combination with each other, technical cookies (managed directly by the owner and / or manager of the site) and third-party cookies (prepared and managed by managers outside the site), divided according to the classification proposed in Opinion 04/2012 concerning the exemption from consent for the use of cookies issued by the Working Group pursuant to art. 29 in the community context (available here):


  • Analitycs
    These are the cookies used to collect and analyze statistical information on accesses and visits to the website. In some cases, associated with other information such as credentials for access to restricted areas, they can be used to profile the user of interactions carried out, etc.).
  • Widgets
    This category includes all those graphic components of a user interface of a program, which has the purpose of using the user in the interaction itself. By way of example, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Pinterest cookies are widgets. Further information on privacy and their use can be found on the websites of the respective operators.