Cookie Policy Statement

1. Technical cookies
In accordance with normal practice for all websites, this site uses cookies, small text files which allow information about visitors’ preferences to be saved in order to improve the site’s functions and simplify browsing by automating procedures (e.g. login, site language), and for analysing use of the site.

  • Session cookies are essential to distinguish between the users connected, and are useful for ensuring that a requested function cannot be supplied to the wrong user, and for security purposes, for preventing hacking of the site. Session cookies do not contain personal data and only last for the current session, i.e. until the browser is shut down. No consent is required for them.
  • Functional cookies are strictly necessary for use of the site; in particular, they are linked to a specific request for a function by the user, and therefore no consent is required.

By using the site, the user specifically agrees to the use of cookies.

2. Disabling cookies
Cookies are linked to the browser used and CAN BE DISABLED DIRECTLY VIA THE BROWSER, i.e. by refusing/withdrawing consent to the use of cookies. It should be remembered that disabling cookies could prevent the correct use of some of the site’s functions.
Instructions for disabling cookies will be found on the following web pages:

3. Third-party cookies
This site also serves as an intermediary for third-party cookies, used to supply users with additional services and functions, and improve use of the site. This site does not have any control over third-party cookies, which are managed entirely by the third parties. Therefore, the information concerning the use of these cookies and their purposes, and the procedures for disabling them, are supplied directly by the third parties on the pages indicated below.
In particular, this site uses cookies belonging to the following third parties:

  • Google Analytics: ua Google analysis tool which uses cookies (performance cookies) to collect anonymous, only aggregated browsing data (IP address cut down to the last octet) to examine users’ use of the site, compile reports on activities on the site, and supply other information, including the number of visitors and the pages visited. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if required by law or if these third parties process the aforementioned information on behalf of Google. Google will not associate the IP address with any other data which it holds. The data transmitted to Google are stored on the Google servers in the United States.
    Under a specific agreement with Google, which is a designated data processor, the latter undertakes to process the data in accordance with the Data Controller’s requirements (see end of policy statement) provided via the software settings. Under these settings, the advertising and data sharing options are disabled.
    Further information about Google Analytics cookies can be found on the Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites page.
    Users can selectively disable the collection of data by Google Analytics by installing the specific component supplied by Google on their browser.
    For further information about the use of data and their processing by Google, users should view the information on the specific page provided by Google, and on the page concerning Procedures for use of data by Google when using partners’ sites or apps.