The cookies are small fragments of text that the sites that you visit pass to your computer, in this way they are memorized and the next time you will acess to this site, the cookies will produce a connection to your device and the web page.

During the navigation in a site, the user could also receive in its device cookies that are carry on from different sites (called “third party”) that could have some elements (such as, images, map, sounds, specify link to indicate different domain) which stay inside the site the user has visited.

The majority of web sites uses cookies because they are good tools to improve the navigation experience of the users.

In fact, cookies allow a web site to offer personal services which the porpuse of make navigation easier for the user.

The cookies don’t cause any damage to your devices and they help the editor of the web page to resolve technical error.


There are different types of cookies.

In respect of duration, we can separate the temporary cookies (also called, session cookies) which are submited to an automatic cancellation when you close the browser, from the permanent cookies that are not cancelled and stay inside the device until they are eliminated or expired.

The majority of browsers acept cookies automatically.

Depending on the quality, we can distinguish between tecnical cookies and cookies that outline the user profile.

For information purposes, we notify you that the Data Protection Agency (Garante per la Protezione dei Dati Personali) gives us the definition of both categories, indicating such as tecnical cookies those, “(…) used with the only purpose to transmit signal on a electronical comunication network, or nella as far it is strictly necessary to the provider of a service of society information which is explicitly required by the subscriber or user for the expenditure of this service”, it defines cookies that outline the user profile as those, “ (…) are directed to create a profile about the user and that are used to send advertising in line with the likes showed by the same user during the Internet visit”.


The user could deactivate cookies from their own browser, visiting the window refered to the settings. We have set out some possible ways to deactivate cookies below:

All the common browser permits cookies deactivation.

In order to simplify reading for the user and the comprehension and understanding of that legal advice, we remind you that currently many types of browsers exist and the complete description in this document could be not cover all of them.

For deactivation of cookies in others browsers, we recommend that you write in the navigation bar “DEACTIVATE COOKIES” indicating the name of the browser you are using.

We also want to remind that blocking cookies of third party and data sites, this could have the effect of lost funtionality for the web site.

In addition, the user could choose to navigate in anonymous mode such as some modern browser offer.


The European Regulation on the protection of personal data (2016/679) guarantees you, as interested in processing, specific rights. Cookies used by the editor of the site are defined as technical and analytics (for navigation, to open session, navigation by user criterions, language etc.), and are very usefull for user navigation inside the web site and to adopt the different options offered, without which the services required by client could be provided with less functionality.

Furthermore, these cookies do not have the function to associate the navigation with the personal user data. We use ga(‘set’, ‘anonymizeIp’, true); to hide last 3 ip numbers.


In addition, in some cases, a third party to the web page editor, for example Google (for further information click here, Facebook (for further information click here), LinkedIn (for further information click here; Twitter (for further information click here; Skype (for further information click here; YouTube (for further information click here, through the services offered to the editor, the respective adverts or by clicking on the icon (in the editor site, for istance facebook button ect.) it could install from time to time tecnical cookies and/or the others inside the user device, such as for instance advertising cookies which send personal messages to the user base on user’s interests (also used to limit the number of times the user see the publicity or to evaluate the effectiveness of the advertising campaign).

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In general, cookies memorize the web site visited by the user and this information is shared with third parties such as advertisers.

We remind the user that the site is not responsible for third parties cookies and also that the list indicated should be subject to change, for more information you must read the cookies policy in relation to these third parties.


Accepting our Cookies Advice you agree to the use of cookies in accordance with the description in the current page.

If you do not wish to accept our cookies policy, we recommend you not visit or search our web page or follow the advices in the paragraph “HOW TO DEACTIVATE COOKIES”, alternatively you may adopt anonymous navigation.

The current advice has been updated at the following date 08/08/2022 and it is subject to systematic updating.

The user, conscious of the speed at which new tecnologies continuosly evolve, understands and acepts that the contents and the information provided by the site are subject to systematic changes that do not depend on the owner of the page but third parties, including (without limitation), the hosting service provider or analytic traffic data service.