Cookies are small text files sent by the site to the data subject's terminal (usually the browser), where they are stored before being re-transmitted to the site on the next visit by the same user. A cookie cannot retrieve any other data from the user's hard drive or send computer viruses or acquire email addresses. Each cookie is unique to the user's web browser. Some cookie functions can be delegated to other technologies. In this document, the term 'cookie' refers to cookies and similar technologies.

Using cookies, it is possible to record preferences, such as the pages you browse or file downloads from our site or other similar actions carried out by browsing our site.

Cookies can be first-party or third-party. "First-party" means cookies developed by the site owner, while "third-party" means cookies developed by third parties.

there are several types of cookies:

Technical cookies
“transmit a communication over an electronic communication network, to provide an information society service requested by the subscriber or user.” (see Article 122, paragraph 1, of the Code).

They are not used for other purposes and are normally installed directly by the website owner or manager. They can be divided into:

- browsing or session cookies, which guarantee the normal navigation and use of the website (allowing, for example, to make a purchase or authenticate to access restricted areas); they are necessary for the site proper functioning;

- analytics cookies, like technical cookies when used directly by the site manager to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site, to improve the site's performance;

- functionality cookies, which allow the user to browse based on selected criteria (for example, the language, the products selected for purchase) to improve the service. For the installation of these cookies, the user prior consent is not needed (more information in the paragraph on cookie management below).

Profiling cookies
create user profiles and are used to send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the user while surfing.

The data subject consent is needed for the use of profiling cookies. According to the 8 May 2014 provision no. 229, the user must authorise or deny consent to the installation of profiling cookies if they are present.

In the case of third-party cookies, the site does not have direct control of individual cookies (it cannot directly install them or remove them). You can still manage these cookies through your browser settings (follow the instructions below), or the sites listed in the "Manage cookies" section.

The User is invited to check the third-party website below.

Here is the list of cookies on the site:

Cookie name


First or third-party

Web reference


Analytical tracking

Third party


Analytical tracking

Third party


Analytical tracking

Third party


Analytical tracking

Third party


Analytical tracking

Third party


Consent for cookies



Language choice


Cookies have a life-span dictated by the expiry date (or by an action such as closing the browser) set at the time of installation. Cookies can be:

• temporary or session: these store temporary information, allow you to link the actions performed during a session and are removed from the computer when the browser is closed;

• persistent cookies: these are used to store information, such as the login name and password, to prevent the user from having to enter them each time they visit a site. These remain stored in the computer even after the browser is closed.

Once the connection to this website is ended, the session cookies are not kept. The computer systems used for this site use temporary cookies and persistent cookies. The data will be stored for the period necessary to achieve the above purpose and up to the request of the data subject to oppose the sending and their willingness to waive receipt of the newsletter through the available procedures.

You can disable cookies on websites by downloading special software such as Ghostery ( for your browser and disabling the use of individual cookies. Or you can activate the "anonymous browsing" mode. This is a function that allows you to navigate without leaving a trace of the navigation data in the browser. This function prevents the storage of navigation data in the browser.

Alternatively, you can disable or delete cookies by accessing your browser's configuration panel.

You accept the Cookies Policy by continuing to navigate on this site, closing the information strip or clicking on any part of the page or scrolling to highlight further content. This means that cookies will be set and collected. If you do not accept cookies by abandoning the navigation, any cookies already registered locally in your browser will remain registered but cannot be read or used by us until a later and possible acceptance of the Policy. You always have the option to remove these cookies at any time using the above methods.

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