Cookie and Privacy Policy of in compliance with Decision no. 229/2014 of the Italian Data Protection Authority.

A cookie is a small text file in which a small amount of information about a user's activity on a website is collected and stored on the device that accessed the site. The Italian Data Protection Authority, in transposing the recent European legislative introductions, with Decision no. 229/2014 requires the administrators of web pages to show visitors a banner that informs them about the cookie policy of the site they are consulting and to give their acceptance in order to continue navigating the website. In this regard, if you need further information or have any questions about the privacy policy of this site please contact us by email at:

This page describes how personal data is received and collected and how it is used by Cookies, i.e. text files, are used for this purpose to facilitate your navigation.


1) What are cookies?

Cookies are text files that the sites visited send to the user's browser and which are stored and then retransmitted to the same site the next time the user visits. Cookies are divided into two main categories: technical cookies and profiling cookies (see below).

2) What are cookies for?

Cookies are essentially used to monitor sessions, to authenticate a user so that he or she can access a site without entering his or her name and password each time, to store his or her preferences and digital behaviour (number of pages visited, time spent consulting individual web pages, etc.).

3) What are technical cookies?

The so-called technical cookies are used for navigation and to facilitate access and use of the site by the user. These are computer tools that carry out a purely technical exchange of data between the user and the website displayed, in order to make navigation easier, faster and more fluid. Technical cookies are essential, for example, to access Google or Facebook without having to log in at all sessions. They are also essential in very sensitive operations such as payments through home banking or credit card operations or on other payment platforms.

4) What are profiling cookies?

These cookies are used to track the user's navigation to create profiles based on their taste, preferences, interests and also on their searches. Thanks to these tools it is, therefore, possible to create ads aimed at their preferences based on user navigation. In other words, profiling cookies are used to create a user profile, trace one's tastes and preferences to tailor targeted advertising based on these preferences.

5) Is the user's consent required for the installation of cookies on his terminal?

For the installation of technical cookies no consent is required, while profiling cookies can be installed on the user's terminal only after that the latter gave consent and after being informed in a simple way.

6) How can webmasters request consent?

The Italian Data Protection Authority has established that when a user accesses a website, a banner containing a brief notice has to pop up with a request for consent and a link to the more extensive policy, such as that visible on this page, explaining what profiling cookies are and the use made of them in the site in question.

7) How should the banner be designed?

The banner must be designed to hide a part of the contents of the page and specify that the site also uses profiling cookies from third parties. The banner must be able to be deleted only with an active action by the user as it could be a click.

8) Which indications must the banner contain?

The banner must contain a brief notice, the link to the extended policy and the button to give consent for the use of profiling cookies.

9) How are cookie use consent records kept?

A technical cookie that takes your consent into account is allowed to be used so that you do not have to give your consent again on a subsequent visit to the site.

10) Is consent to the use of cookies possible only with the banner?

No. Other systems may be used as long as the identified system has the same requirements. The use of the banner is not necessary for sites that only use technical cookies.

11) What should be included in the extended policy page?

The characteristics of cookies, even those installed by third parties, must be explained. The user must also be explained how to navigate the site without his/her preferences being tracked with the possibility of surfing incognito and with the deletion of individual cookies.

12) Who is required to inform the Data Protection Authority about their use of profiling cookies?

The website owner is required to do this. If you only use third party profiling cookies on your site, you do not need to inform the Data Protection Authority but you must indicate what these third party cookies are and provide links to the relevant information.

13) When will this legislation come into force?

This legislation entered into force on 2 June 2015.


Log files: like many other websites, our website uses log files; it records the history of operations as they are performed by the user during his/her navigation. The information contained within the log files includes IP addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date, time, entry and exit page, and number of clicks. This is to analyse trends, manage the website, monitor user movement within the site and collect demographic data, IP addresses and other information. This data cannot be traced in any way to the identity of the user and are technical cookies. only uses technical cookies provided by Google Analytics and the greci_229 cookie which only serves to store the acceptance of the use of cookies for the user who has consented to their use, in a completely anonymous format for purely statistical purposes and aimed solely at improving the viewing experience of our website.

THIRD PARTY COOKIES ON THE WEBSITE uses cookies to store information about visitors' preferences, the pages visited by the user and to customise its content according to the type of browser used and other information submitted by the user. Although not expressly adopted by, the following is a list of the main third parties that may, on the basis of the user's behaviour and software for telematic consultation, detect navigation and store personal data (the list is to be considered merely as an example and reserves the right to expand its contents, as well as the use of cookies depending on the technical development of its websites):

1) DoubleClick DART cookie: this cookie was introduced by Google and is used to publish Adsense ads. There is no Adsense's advertising service on but this tool can still be used by Google in order to show the user the most targeted advertising according to his/her navigation history. Users can accept this cookie or deactivate it in their browser by visiting the relevant Privacy and Terms page. Further information on the types and use of cookies for advertising purposes can be found on the website of the cookie types used by Google. Some of Google Adsense's advertising partners may also use cookies and similar tools to track users, but does not hold any power regarding the use of the collected data that these subjects can make.

2) Facebook-Cookies: some Facebook plugins that can track readers' behaviour. For more information please see the Facebook Privacy Policy page.

3) Twitter: this social network may process your personal data to provide a browsing experience enriched by features and services; currently does not use any Twitter links, plugins or tools. For more information you can consult the Twitter Cookie Privacy Policy at the following link..

4) Pinterest: processes personal data according to the following Pinterest Cookie Privacy Policy guidelines. does not use this tool.

5) LinkedIn: this is another social network that processes personal data according to the following LinkedIn Cookie Policy guidelines. does not use this tool.

6) Blogger and Google Friend Connect: These platforms use cookies for statistical purposes according to the following Blogger and Friend Connect Cookie Policy guidelines. does not use these applications on its websites.

7) Instagram: this is a social network that uses its own and third-party profiling cookies with this Cookie Info about Instagram policy. does not use any cookies linked to Instagram.


This site is accessed by third-party servers or ad networks that use this technology to send the ads to your browser through the data collected on By detecting the individual IP address, these third parties will show the most relevant advertising with the interests and tastes of the user. Similar technologies (such as cookies, web beacons and javascript) may be used by third-party advertising networks to measure the effectiveness of their advertising messages and to personalise the content of such messages. The website and its administrator have no control over the cookies that are used by these third parties and, therefore, to explore the matter you should consult the privacy policies of these third parties as well as the options to disable the collection of this information. The administrator of therefore cannot control the activities of third parties who come into contact with data collected through cookies. It is however possible to disable cookies directly from your browser. The website does not use its own profiling cookies, but those present are exclusively controlled by third parties such as Google, Facebook, Google+, etc... These provisions of the Italian Data Protection Authority are similar to those valid in most European countries. You can learn the rules of each jurisdiction by visiting the Your Online Choices website in your language.


We would like to inform the user that uses the Google Analytics service and that such use takes place in a strictly anonymous manner for statistical purposes only and to improve-optimise the content and structure of the website. The Google analytics cookies used on are therefore considered technical cookies. Please note that this data is only used to obtain statistics on the most visited pages, the number of visitors, aggregate visit data by operating system, browser, etc. (also market research and analysis, statistics on commercial flows, preparation of targeted advertisements). The Google Analytics IPs are anonymised according to the settings made by this tool. These parameters are stored on Google's servers, which regulate their privacy and storage according to these guidelines. A user can disable Google Analytics while browsing by using one of the various add-ons that can be found, even free of charge, for Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera and Safari. You can also:

- delete cookies individually for each domain.

- hide your searches.

- set Google ad settings.


Browsing without the use of technical and profiling cookies is possible through what is known as incognito browsing and which is available on all main browsers.

- Mozilla

- Chrome

- Safari

- Internet Explorer

- Opera

LEGAL NOTICES does not assume any responsibility for the use that any third parties may make of the stored personal cookies. does not carry out any commercial or profit-making operations, but only collects user data for statistical purposes in complete anonymity. By accepting this privacy and cookie policy, the user expressly releases from any liability for any reason whatsoever. does not retain, store or save the personal data of visitors, which, collected anonymously, are used solely for statistical purposes without any commercial or profit-making purpose. For further clarifications, information or explanations on the legislation in question, please refer to the website of the Italian Data Protection Authority.

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