Extended Cookie Policy

This website ( uses analytical cookies to make its services simple and efficient for users.

Users who view the site will have very small amounts of information stored on the device they are using, whether it be a computer or mobile device, in small text files known as “cookies”, which are then saved in the folders used by their web browser.

There are various types of cookies; some help make using the site more effective, others are required to enable certain functions.

More specifically, the cookies we use provide the following functions:

  • Allowing you to store your preferences
  • Ensuring you do not have to enter the same information, for instance name and password, multiple times during the same visit
  • Analyse your use of the services and content supplied by in order to optimise the visitor experience and the services we offer.

Types of Cookies

Technical Cookies

This type of cookie is required for correct operation of certain sections of the site. There are two different types of these cookies: persistent and session

  • Persistent: these cookies are not deleted when the browser is closed, but only on a predetermined expiry date
  • Session: these cookies are deleted whenever the web browser is closed.

These cookies, which always originate from our internet domain, are required to view the site correctly and in relation to the technical services offered; they will therefore always be used and sent, unless the user modifies their browser settings (which would result in the pages of the site not being displayed correctly or at all).

Analytics Cookies

This category of cookies is used to collect information on the use of the site, which uses this information to perform anonymous statistical analysis in order to improve the use of the site and to make the content more interesting and relevant to user requirements. This type of cookie collects anonymised data on the User’s activities and how they reached the site. Analytics cookies are sent by the site itself or from third-party domains.

Third-party service analysis cookies

These cookies are used to gather anonymised information on users’ use of the site, such as: pages visited, the time spent on each page, traffic origin, geographical location, age, gender and interests for marketing purposes. These cookies are sent by third-party domains external to the site. The site uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc.(“Google”). Google Analytics uses particular cookies to allow the website to analyse how its visitors use it. The information generated by the cookie on such use of the website (including your anonymised IP address) will be transmitted to and stored on Google’s servers in the United States. Google will use this information in order to examine your use of the website, compile reports on the activities of the website for its operators, and provide other services concerning the website’s activities and use of the Internet. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required by law or where said third parties process the above-mentioned information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data in its possession. By using this site, you thus consent to the processing of your data by Google for the methods and purposes outlined above.

Click here to view the Google Analytics Privacy Policy.

This site does not use “Profiling Cookies” (which create user profiles and display advertising in accordance with the user’s preferences as evidenced by their web browsing), nor other cookies besides those listed above

Cookies for incorporating third-party software functions

This type of cookie incorporates functions developed by third parties within the site, for example social network icons and preferences for sharing site content, or for the use of third-party software services (such as map software and other software offering additional services).These cookies are sent by third-party domains and partner sites which offer their functions on the site’s pages.

Profiling Cookies

These are the cookies necessary to create user profiles in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences demonstrated by the user within the site. is not required by applicable legislation to request consent for the use of technical and analytics cookies, as they are required to provide the requested services.

For all other types of cookies, user consent can be given in one or more of the following manners:

  • By specific configuration of the browser or related programs used to navigate the pages making up the site.
  • By modifying the settings for the use of third-party services.

Both these solutions could, however, prevent the user from viewing or using portions of the site.

Third-party websites and services

This site may contain links to other websites that operate their own privacy policies which may differ from that of, which is therefore not responsible for the contents or actions of such sites.

How to disable cookies in your browser:


Google Chrome

  • Open the Chrome web browser
  • Click on the menu icon in the browser’s toolbar (next to the navigation bar)
  • Select “Settings”
  • Click on “Advanced” in the left-hand pane
  • Click on “Privacy and security”, then click on “Site settings”
  • In the “Cookies” section, you can enable or disable the following settings relating to cookies:
  1. Allow sites to save and read cookie data (recommended)
  2. Keep local data only until you quit your browser
  3. Block third-party cookies
  4. Prevent third-party websites from saving and reading cookie data
  5. You can also manage exceptions and delete cookies manually.

For further information, view the dedicated web page.


Mozilla Firefox

  • Open the Mozilla Firefox web browser
  • Click on the menu icon in the browser’s toolbar (next to the navigation bar)
  • Select Options
  • Click on Privacy & Security in the left-hand pane
  • The “Content Blocking” section allows you to block or allow trackers and various types of cookies (third-party trackers, cookies from unvisited websites, all third-party cookies etc.).
  • The “History” section allows you to:
  1. By selecting “Use custom settings for history”, select whether to store browsing data or delete it (browsing, downloads, forms), or to delete it each time Firefox is closed).
  2. The “Cookies and Site Data” section allows you to manually manage or delete this information.

For further information, view the dedicated web page.


Internet Explorer

  • Open the Internet Explorer web browser
  • Click on tools, then select “Internet Options”
  • Click on the “Privacy” tab, then “Advanced”. You can now choose how to handle first-party and third-party cookies: accept, block or prompt.
  • To manage cookies for individual sites, click on Sites in the Privacy tab, which will allow you to whitelist or blacklist individual sites.

For further information, view the dedicated web page.


Safari OSX (Mac)

  • Open the Safari web browser
  • Click the “Safari” menu, choose “Preferences” then click on the “Privacy” tab
  • On the Privacy Preferences tab, you will see “Cookies and website data”, where you can choose whether to accept cookies.
  • Click “Manage Website Data” to see which websites store cookies.

For further information, view the dedicated web page.


Safari iOS (mobile devices)

  • Open the Safari iOS web browser
  • Go to Settings > Safari
  • You can choose whether or not to block all cookies or prevent cross-site tracking
  • To clear all cookies stored by Safari, go to Settings > Safari > Advanced > Website Data, then tap Remove All Website Data.

For further information, view the dedicated web page.



  • Open the Opera web browser
  • Go to Settings.
  • Click Advanced in the left sidebar and click Privacy & security.
  1. Under Privacy and security, click Site settings.
  2. Click Cookies.
  3. At the top, turn on or off “Allow sites to save and read cookie data”.

For further information, view the dedicated web page.

How to disable third-party cookies.

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This page is visible via a link on the footer of all pages pursuant to article 122 para. 2 of Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003 drawn up to provide simplified methods to inform users and acquire their consent for the use of cookies, published in the Official Journal no. 126 of 3 June 2014 and corresponding register of proceedings no. 229 of 8 May 2014.

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