Cookies Policy

Our policy on the use of cookies aims to inform in a clear and precise about the cookies that may be used on this site

A cookie is a small text file that is stored on computers, tablets, smartphones and any device used to browse the internet, able to store browsing information for statistical or functional purposes. Some cookies can be used to recognize the user, making it easier to use and customize the content.

While browsing, the information relating to the traffic flow and the visits of the pages could be collected. This information, obtained through cookies will be treated in a safe manner.

The purpose of using cookies is to improve our services and provide content and / or advertisements related to user preferences by analyzing your browsing habits.

Our website complies with the provisions on protection of personal data, in compliance with Legislative Decree of 28 May 2012 No. 69, in the transposition of European Directive 2009/136 / EC.

Types of cookies

Cookies can be divided into technical, for the use of which does not require the user’s consent, and profiling, for which however the user’s consent must collect. Even for the use of third party cookies it is necessary to inform the user and collecting their consent.

Technical cookies

Allow you to navigate through the site and using the various options and services that are offered, such as, for example, control traffic and data communication, identification of the navigation session, access to your user panel, the ‘use of the security features while browsing or sharing of content via social networks.

Custom cookies

Allow you to access the site services with pre-defined characteristics depending on a number of criteria such as, for example, your language preference, the type of browser you use or the place from which the user accesses the service.

Statistical cookies and third-party audience measurement

Allow you to monitor and analyze user behavior on the site. Through these cookies, you can monitor the navigation and create custom profiles, in order to make improvements based on the analysis of these data. These cookies provide anonymous information / aggregate. An example of these cookies, are those obtained with the Google Analytics service. However, Google has developed an add-on for Google Analytics opt for the most common browsers. For more information, please refer to the Google website.

Profiling third-party cookies

This site may make use of several suppliers that can, in turn, install cookies for the proper functioning of the services we are providing. In this case the owner of the site would be only a technical intermediary between user and supplier.

Advertising cookies and behavioral advertising

Store information on the behavior of users obtained through continuous observation of your browsing habits, with the aim to develop a specific profile to display ads based on it.

This site might also make use of AdWords features and remarketing lists for Network ads Google Analytics Display. These cookies, when combined together, they can inform, optimize and serve ads based on previous visits to the site. This implies that suppliers receive promotional materials of our website on other sites that you visit on the Internet.

Some cookies can be used to identify you and others provide only anonymous statistical information about navigation through our pages. However this feature can be disabled by setting the browser directly.

Cookies social media

These third-party cookies may be used to supplement some common feature of the major social media and provide it within the site. In particular, allow the registration and authentication on the site by, for example, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linkedin, and any other social media.

Rejecting and disable cookies?

You can set your browser to accept or reject all or certain types of cookies, or request to be notified when a cookie is set. The user can configure, freely and at any time, the privacy parameters, in relation to the installation of cookies through their browser. This process is subject to updates or changes from developers. Each browser has specific configuration instructions. Also you can turn on private browsing, through which its browser interrupts.

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