Use of cookies

This site uses cookies. By using our website you agree to accept and consent to the use of cookies in accordance with the terms of use of cookies expressed in this document.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small strings of text exchanged between a website and the user's browsing browser, each time you access an Internet site.

They are used to perform automatic authentication, to keep track of sessions, to store information to improve the navigability of the site or the user's browsing experience.

Each domain visited through a browser can set one or more cookies.

An Internet page can contain objects that come from many different domains and each of them can set cookies (in this case called "third-party"). The use of cookies improves the browsing experience on the website and can keep the settings chosen during the next visit.

There are two types of cookies:

• proprietary cookies: subjects and readable only by the domain that created them;

• third-party cookies: subjects and created by domains external to the one we are visiting.

Cookies on our site

Our site uses cookies that are installed automatically as a result of access. The information is stored on the server side and only the unique ID contained in the cookie is shared between the user and the server. The information stored on the server remains in memory until the session expires. The cookie itself does not contain personal data.

Third-party cookies

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a free tool of web analysis by Google that mainly allows you to gather information (such as, data on the pages visited, the time spent on the site, the way in which the site was reached and everything that the user clicked while browsing our pages) anonymously and to report website trends without identifying individual visitors.

It is possible to view the Google privacy directives at the following link: www.google.it/intl/it/policies/privacy.

Facebook

Third-party widgets such as Facebook can be incorporated into the site. These Widgets may set third-party cookies on your computer or mobile device to improve functionality. The purpose of these cookies is described in the privacy policy of the owners: www.facebook.com/policy.php

LinkedIn

Third-party widgets such as LinkedIn can be incorporated into the site. These Widgets may set third-party cookies on your computer or mobile device to improve functionality. The purpose of these cookies is described in the privacy policy of the owners: www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy

How to disable cookies

Most browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox) are configured to accept cookies.

However, all browsers allow you to control and disable cookies through browser settings, even if disabling browsing cookies can cause the site to malfunction and / or limit the service offered.