Cookie Policy


The software applications used to run this website can contain “cookie” technology”. Cookies are mainly used to help users navigate their websites efficiently. Cookies may provide information about website navigation and enable the provision of certain services that require the identification of the user path profile through the navigation pages on the Website. Regardless of whether or not cookies are present, whenever you access the portal, the type of browser, the operating system (e.g. Microsoft, Apple, Android, Linux), the host and URL of the visitor as well as the data on the requested page are recorded. The User may set his browser to warn of the presence of cookies, allowing the user to decide whether to accept the cookie or disable it. More details about cookies can be found on the websites of each browser provid

What are cookies?

Cookies are strings of small text files stored on the user’s computer when accessing particular internet pages. On most browsers cookies are enabled; below is useful information for changing the cookie settings on the browser. Cookies are not harmful to the device. The cookies we generate do not store the personal identification details of users, but only use the information to enhance usability of the website. For example, they are useful to identify and resolve errors.

Cookies can have various functions, such as to enable efficient browsing between the various pages and provide an improved overall browsing experience for the user. The Data Controller shall, subject to the user’s consent, be entitled to use cookies where permitted by applicable laws and regulations, in order to facilitate browsing of this website and personalise the information which appears. Moreover, the Data Controller shall be entitled to adopt similar systems to gather information on the website users, such as on the type of internet browser or operating system used for statistical or security purposes.

Types of cookies

Cookies can be either “session cookies” or “persistent cookies”: once downloaded, the first type is deleted from the cache when the user closes the Browser; whereas, the second type are stored until they expire or are deleted. The session cookies used are only intended to analyse Internet traffic data and facilitate access to the services offered by the website for users. Session cookies are mainly used for login, authorisation and browsing the services accessible via registration. Most browsers are set to accept cookies. Alternatively, it shall be possible to select the appropriate computer settings to block cookies or to post a notice when cookies are stored. Where the user blocks cookies, it is likely that certain site features will not work properly and some services will not be available. The use of session cookies is strictly limited to the transmission of session identification details, required to allow safe and efficient browsing of the website. This data is technical in nature, has temporary validity and is not stored with the purpose of identifying users; however, because of how they function and in combination with other data held by others (for example, the Internet service provider of the Data Subject), they could allow identification. The first type of Cookies are only legible by the domain which created them.


The cookies we use:

Cookies strictly required for the functioning of the website


These cookies are indispensable to browsing the website (for example, session identification), permit the use of the main functions of the website and protect the connection. Without these cookies, it shall not be possible to use the website normally.


These cookies assist navigation.

For example, they store information on the language preference, the shopping cart, authentications.


Third Party cookies

This website uses third party cookies, in particular, Google Analitycs. Google Analitycs offers website statistics; for example, it calculates the number of visitors, the type of technology used (for example, Mac or Windows), the time spent browsing the website... All data gathered is in anonymous and aggregate form. For the functioning of cookies in Google Analytics read the official documentation provided by Google at this link:


How can I disable cookies?

Most browsers accept cookies automatically; however, you could decide to block them. A user not wanting the computer to receive and store cookies, can alter the browser security settings (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari etc…). There are various methods for managing cookies and other tracking technologies. By altering the browser settings, it shall be possible to accept or refuse cookies or choose to receive a notice before accepting a cookie sent by the Websites accessed. It is also possible to delete all cookies stored in your browser’s cookie cache. Every browser has different procedures for managing the settings.

Cookies can be directly disable from the web browser. For more detailed information on cookie deactivation options, below is a list of links for configuration of the most widely used browsers.

If a different browser to those indicated above is used, select “cookies” in the relative section of the user manual to learn where to find the cookie folder.


The user automatically allows the use of cookies when proceeding to browse the website, after having read the short information note. However, it should be noted that consent can be revoked at any time and it is possible to disable the cookies in the manner described above.