Use of cookies

(information in compliance with the Provision of the Privacy Guarantor of 8 May 2014)

This website uses its own technical cookies, in order to make its services as efficient and easy to use as possible. Furthermore, third-party cookies can be used that detect users’ browsing data. By using our website, the user declares to have read the information on the use of cookies. The owner of the processing of personal data is the person to whom the site refers, identified on the home page of the site itself.

What are cookies?

Cookies are text files that contain information packages that are stored on your computer or mobile device every time you visit an online site through a browser. At each subsequent visit, the browser sends these cookies to the website that originated them or to another site. Cookies allow sites to remember some information to allow you to browse online quickly and easily. You can decide to disable all cookies by changing your browser settings. By disabling cookies, however, some of our services may not work properly and you will not be able to access the features designed to optimize your browsing experience on the site.

Cookies on our site

This website uses technical and analytical cookies, which can be used without asking for the user’s consent, as they are strictly necessary for the provision of the service. Furthermore, third-party profiling cookies may be used, the use of which is subject to the consent that must be given to such third parties by accessing the relevant information on the use of cookies. We reserve the right to publish updated information to indicate the types of cookies used and useful references to know the specific purposes of use. Below are the types of cookies that can be used on the site with a description of the intended use. Preliminarily we specify that the duration of the installed cookies can be limited to the browsing session (session cookies) or extend for a longer time even after the user has left the visited site (persistent cookies).

Technical cookies

Cookies of this type are essential to be able to browse the website and use some features. Without strictly necessary cookies, the online services that are normally offered by the site may not be accessible. In fact, these cookies allow the user to navigate efficiently between the pages of a website and to use the various options and services offered. They allow, for example, to identify a session, access restricted areas, remember the elements that make up a previously formulated request, complete a purchase order or store a quote. It is not necessary to provide consent for technical cookies, as they are essential to ensure the required services. You can block or remove technical cookies by changing the configuration of your browser options. If you disable or delete the cookies themselves, however, it is possible that you will not be able to access certain areas of the website or to use some of the services offered.

Cookies for anonymous performance analysis

Cookies of this type are used to collect information on the use of the site. The owner uses this information for statistical analysis, to improve the site and simplify its use, as well as to monitor its correct functioning. This type of cookie collects anonymous information on user activity on the site and on how they arrived at the site and the pages visited. Cookies in this category are sent from the site itself or from third-party domains. By continuing to use this website and its features, you authorize us (and the external advertisers of this website) to place performance cookies on your navigation device. To delete or manage performance cookies, see the last section of this Cookie Policy. In particular, the site can use Google Analytics, which is a Google analysis tool that helps website and app owners to understand how visitors interact with the content they own. A set of cookies can be used to collect information and generate website usage statistics without personal identification of individual visitors by Google. In addition to generating reports on website usage statistics, the Google Analytics pixel tag can be used, together with some of the advertising cookies described above, to allow us to show more relevant results in Google properties (such as Google Search) and all over the web. For more information, you can consult this site Analytics and privacy cookies

Third party tracking cookies

Cookies of this type are used to collect information on the use of the website by visitors, the keywords used to reach the site, the websites visited and the origins of the traffic from which visitors come for marketing campaigns. The owner can use this information to compile reports and improve the site. Cookies collect information anonymously. Cookies of this type are sent from the site itself or from third-party domains.

Profiling cookies

Cookies of this type are used to memorize the choices made (language preference, country or other online settings) and to provide customized or optimized features that we assume may be preferred by the user or to memorize his habits and preferences expressed during the navigation. Profiling cookies can be used to offer you online services, to send you advertising that takes into account your interests or to prevent you from being offered services that you have refused in the past. These cookies can be provided by third parties and, in this case, it is necessary to refer to the respective privacy policies to select consent to the use of cookies.

Insights into third-party websites

The site may also contain links to other websites that have their own privacy policy. These privacy policies may be different from the one adopted by, which therefore is not liable for third-party sites. The site also reserves the right to use the Google Adwords remarketing tool. This tool allows you to publish personalized ads based on user visits to our site. For this reason some pages of the site include a code called “remarketing code”. This code allows you to read and configure the browser cookies in order to determine which type of ad you will see, based on the data relating to your visit to the site, such as the navigation circuit chosen, the pages actually visited or the actions performed at inside them. The remarketing lists thus created are stored in a Google server database where all the cookie IDs associated with each list or category of interests are stored. The information obtained allows only the browser to be identified, since Google is unable to identify the user with this information. For more information on Google Remarketing, you can visit the page Google Remarketing Support
For more information on the Google Privacy Policy and Principles, please visit the page Google Rules and Principles
The authorization to collect and store data can be revoked at any time. The user can disable the use of cookies by Google through the specific setting options of the different browsers.

How to disable cookies

If you want to block cookies, we remind you that this could have a negative impact on the usability of some websites. Most browsers allow you to refuse / accept cookies. Below is some practical information to disable cookies on the browser you are using.

Internet Explorer 9

  1. Open the Internet Explorer window;
  2. Click on “Tools”;
  3. Go to “Security” and then click “Clear history”;
  4. Check the “Cookies” box and then click on “delete”;
  5. Click “Security” on the bar;
  6. Select “Clear history”;
  7. Select the option for cookie and and then click on “delete”.

Internet Explorer (all other versions)

Internet Explorer saves cookies in several places depending on the browser version and the Microsoft Windows system used. The best way to find and delete cookies is to close Internet Explorer and use the explorer tool (for example Windows Explorer) and look for a folder called “cookies”.

Google Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

  1. At the top of the Firefox window, click the Firefox button and select “Options” then go to the “Privacy” panel;
  2. In the “Cookies” panel, click on “show Cookies”;
  3. To remove a single cookie click on the single item in the list and then click on the remove cookie button;
  4. To remove all cookies click on the Remove all cookies button;
  5. From the drop-down menu click on the sub-item “Preferences”;
  6. Select the “Security” tab;
  7. Click on the “Show cookies” button;
  8. Select the cookies you want to remove from the list;
  9. Click on the “Delete” button.

Safari 1.0 (MacOS X)

  1. From the drop-down menu click on the sub-item “Preferences”;
  2. Select the “Security” tab;
  3. Click on the “Show cookies” button;
  4. Select the cookies you want to remove from the list;
  5. Click on the “Delete” button.

Activation and deactivation of cookies through third party services

In addition to being able to use the tools provided by the browser to enable or disable individual cookies, we inform you that the site shows the list of the main providers who work with website managers to collect and use information useful for the use of behavioral advertising. Taking into account that it is possible that third-party profiling cookies may be installed over time, you can easily check them and choose whether to accept them or not by accessing the site youronlinechoices .com You can deactivate or activate all companies or alternatively adjust your preferences individually for each company. In particular, to easily perform this operation, you can use the tool found on the page and easily check your preferences on behavioral advertising.

Further useful information on cookies is available at these addresses: or (ENGLISH)