Cookies policy

What is a cookie and what is it for?

A cookie is a text string that a site sends to the browser (internet browser) and saves on your computer when you visit websites. Cookies are used to make websites work more efficiently, to improve their performance, but also to provide information to the owners of the site.

What kind of cookies do we use and for what purpose?

Our site uses different types of cookies each of which has a specific function, as shown below:

Navigation cookies:

These cookies allow the site to function properly and are used to gather information on how visitors use the site. This information is used to compile reports and help us improve the site. Cookies collect information anonymously, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors come from and which pages they visited.

Analytical cookies:

These cookies are used, for example, by Google Analytics to process statistical analysis on how users navigate the site through computers or mobile applications, the number of pages visited or the number of clicks made on a page while browsing a site.

Click here for an overview of Google's privacy

Third-party cookies:

These cookies are used by third-party companies. The use of these cookies does not usually imply the processing of personal data. Third-party cookies derive from ads from other sites, such as advertisements, on the website displayed. They can be used to register the use of the website for marketing purposes.

We use several service providers (Google, youtube, vimeo) that, to provide their services, may place cookies on your browser when you visit our site. For more information on third-party cookies and how to use the information collected by the third party, use the links below or contact the third party subject:

- Google Google Information

- Google (Youtube) Google Information

- Vimeo

- Linkedin

How can I disable cookies?

Most browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome etc.) are configured to accept cookies. However, almost all browsers allow you to control and even disable cookies through browser settings. (here are the instructions on how to manage cookies deactivation: Google Chrome , Mozilla Firefox , Apple Safari , Opera , Microsoft Windows Internet Explorer ).

Notwithstanding the foregoing, for the management and deactivation of certain types of cookies you can use Your Online Choices . Through this service it is possible to manage the tracking preferences of most advertising tools.
We remind you, however, that disabling cookies or navigation functional ones can cause the site to malfunction and / or limit the service offered.

To change the settings, follow the procedure indicated by the various browsers that you find under "Options" or "Preferences".
To learn more about cookies read the legislation

Navigation data

This category of data includes IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by users who connect to the site, the addresses in URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) ​​notation of the requested resources, and other parameters connected to the http protocol and related to the operating system and to the user's computer environment. These data are used for the sole purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information on the use of the site and to check its correct functioning and are deleted immediately after processing. The data could be used to ascertain responsibility in case of hypothetical computer crimes against the site: apart from this possibility, the data on web contacts do not persist for more than seven days.

Data provided voluntarily by the user
The optional, explicit and voluntary sending of e-mails to the addresses indicated on this site entails the subsequent acquisition of the sender's address, necessary to respond to requests, as well as any other personal data included in the message.

Iteration with social networks and external platforms

+1 button and Google+ social widgets, Like button and social Facebook widgets, Tweet button and social widgets of Twitter and LinkedIn button for sharing. They use: cookies and usage data

+1 button and Google+ social widgets (Google Inc.)

The +1 button and Google+ social widgets (including comments) are interaction services with the Google+ social network, provided by Google Inc.

Personal data collected: cookies and usage data.

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Like button and Facebook social widgets (Facebook, Inc.)

The "Like" button and Facebook social widgets are services of interaction with the social network Facebook, provided by Facebook, Inc.

Personal data collected: cookies and usage data.

Place of processing: USA - Privacy Policy

Tweet button and Twitter social widgets (Twitter, Inc.)

The Tweet button and Twitter social widgets are services of interaction with the Twitter social network, provided by Twitter, Inc.

Personal data collected: cookies and usage data.

Place of processing: USA - Privacy Policy

Button and social widgets of Linkedin (Linkedin)

The button and the social widgets of Linkedin are services of interaction with the social network Linkedin, provided by Linkedin Inc.

Personal data collected: Cookies and browsing and usage data.

Place of Treatment: USA - Privacy Policy

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