What are cookies

Cookies are small text files that are stored on the user’s device while browsing and perform various functions such as remembering login details to services, collecting statistical information about the pages visited, identifying the browser and device used, selecting targeted content and communications according to your preferences and more.

Cookies can be of various types, depending on the type of data they store and how long they remain stored on the user’s device.

Session or temporary cookies are those that expire or are deleted when the browser is closed, while persistent cookies have longer expiry dates (from a few minutes to months) depending on the functions they perform. It is precisely these functions that distinguish cookies into two categories: technical and non-technical (or profiling).

Technical cookies manage the data necessary to deliver the pages and facilitate navigation, allowing, for example, not having to re-enter user and password to access particular services, to remember the last page visited or how far you have watched a video, to recognize the type of device in use and adapt the size of images accordingly. Technical cookies also allow aggregate statistical analysis of the most visited pages and user preferences, but only in anonymous form, and are not used to analyze the behavior or preferences of individual users.

Profiling cookies, on the other hand, are used to analyse the interests and browsing habits of individual users, to personalise browsing and to provide, for example, content, including advertising, targeted at particular interests.

The cookies can be provided directly by the manager of the site on which you are browsing (cd editor) or, if the site relies on external services for particular functions, by third parties (cd third parties).

The site uses technical and third party cookies in order to improve the experience on its site, adapting it, for example, depending on the browser and device in use.

If you are on the site and see the banner informing you of the existence of cookies, continuing to browse the site, clicking on any element of the site or on an image or even simply scrolling down the page or closing the information layer by clicking the “OK” button, you consent to the use of cookies described in this statement and implemented in the pages of the site

It is possible to disable the functions of cookies directly from the browser you are using, according to the instructions provided by the relevant manufacturers, or by using appropriate programs; however, please note that restricting the ability of websites to send cookies may worsen the overall browsing experience of users.

Consent to receive cookies can also be expressed through specific browser configurations by users. Most browsers allow to set rules to manage cookies sent only by some or all sites, an option that offers users a more precise control of privacy and to deny the possibility of receiving cookies, or in any case to change the choices previously made. 

Below we provide Users with links explaining how to manage or disable cookies for the most popular Internet browsers: 

Internet Explorer:
Google Chrome:   
Mozilla Firefox:    

Third-party cookies 

While browsing pages, for statistical or social sharing purposes, cookies managed exclusively by third parties may be released.

Below is a list of the third parties involved, links to their sites and links to their cookie management policies, with an indication of the relative purposes.

Google Analytics – Link to Google’s policy

The site also includes certain components transmitted by Google Analytics, a web traffic analysis service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Also in this case these are third party cookies collected and managed anonymously to monitor and improve the performance of the host site (performance cookies).

Google Analytics uses “cookies” to collect and analyze in aggregate and anonymous form information about the usage behavior of the website www…………………. (including the user’s IP address). This information is collected by Google Analytics, which processes it in order to prepare reports for the operators of the website www……………………. regarding activities on the website itself. This site does not use (and does not allow third parties to use) Google’s analytics tool to track or collect personally identifiable information. Google does not associate IP addresses with any other data held by Google or attempt to link an IP address with a user’s identity. Google may also disclose this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf.

The “sharing” (or social network) cookies

These are necessary to allow you to interact with the Sites through your social account and are used, for example, to express an appreciation and share it with your social contacts.

Facebook – Link to Facebook policy

Third Party Targeting and Advertising Cookies Management

For further information and/or to disable the Targeting and Advertising cookies that may be used, the user is advised to visit the following website:

Notwithstanding the above, it should be noted that by disabling cookies you will still be able to use some parts of our websites, but some services may not be usable.

Changes to the cookie policy

The Data Controller reserves the right to make changes to this cookie policy. The user agrees to be bound by any such future revisions and therefore undertakes to periodically visit this page to be informed of any changes.

Privacy Policy

(Art. 13 of Reg. 2016/679/EU)

Please refer to the extended privacy policy at the following link

DATA SUBJECT’S RIGHTS – Articles 15 to 22 of Reg. 2016/679/EU

Pursuant to Articles 15 to 22 of Reg. 2016/679/EU, the data subject has the following rights:

(a) right to rectification;

(b) right to erasure;

(c) right to restriction of processing;

(d) right to data portability;

e) the right to object to the processing at any time;

(f) right not to be subjected to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, which produces legal effects concerning him or her or significantly affects him or her in a similar way.

The interested parties who believe that the processing of personal data relating to them carried out through this service is in violation of the provisions of the Regulation have the right to complain to the Guarantor, as provided by art. 77 of the Regulation itself, or to take appropriate legal action (art. 79 of the Regulation).

The rights relating to personal data concerning deceased persons may be exercised by anyone who is interested in them. In the exercise of the rights referred to in Articles. 15 to 22 of Reg. 2016/679/EU, the interested party may confer, in writing, delegation or power of attorney to natural persons or associations.