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Cookies Policy

The website uses cookies to facilitate and personalize the user browsing experience. When browsing the Website, the user agrees to the use of cookies in accordance with this document. This notice is an extension of the informational banner on the use of cookies that appear when users first log in to the homepage of this Website. There are two categories of cookies:

- Technical cookies: necessary for the proper operation of a website and for the user to browse it. Without them, users may not be able to view the pages properly or use certain services.

- Profile creation cookies: are used to create user profiles to send advertising messages according to the user's preferences when browsing.

Cookies, either "technical" or "profile creation", can also be classified as:

• "session" cookies, which are deleted immediately after the browser closes;

• "permanent" cookies, which remain in the browser for a certain period of time. These cookies are used, for example, to identify the device linked to a website, facilitating user authentication procedures;

• "proprietary" cookies, which are created and controlled directly by the operator of the website the user is browsing;

• "third party" cookies, which are created and controlled by parties other than the operator of the website to which the user is browsing.

The Website uses "technical" cookies and in particular the following types of cookies:

(i) proprietary cookies, session cookies or persistent cookies, which are necessary for browsing the Website for internal security and systems management purposes;

ii) third party cookies, permanent cookies, used by the Website to send statistical information to Google Analytics, through which the Company may make a statistical analysis of access / visits to the Website. The cookies used serve only statistical purposes and collect information in a centralized form. Using two cookies, the permanent cookies and the session cookies (which expire at the end of the browser), Google Analytics also saves a registry with the start and end times of site visits. You can prevent Google from collecting data through cookies and subsequent data processing by downloading and installing the browser add-on from the following address:

You can choose which cookies to give your consent for. In the case of third-party cookies, users provide or refuse to give their consent directly to the holder of that cookie, to whom the Company simply refers: most third-party cookies on the website may be disabled by users on their own browser or by visiting the websites of their operators directly using the links listed in the table below. In any case, we point out that disabling cookies may affect your ability to use the Website and / or make the most of all available features and services.


Select the menu in the upper right corner of the browser toolbar

Select Settings

Select the Show advanced settings link

In the Privacy section, select Content settings

In the Cookie section, change the following settings based on the energy required to manage cookies:

Allow websites to store and read cookie data

Keep local data only until you close your browser

Prevent websites from setting data

Exclude third party cookies and website data

Manage exceptions for some Internet sites

All cookies and website data

For more information, visit the relevant Google page

Mozilla Firefox

Click the menu in the upper right corner of the browser toolbar

Select Options

Select the Privacy section

In the Tracking section, select the appropriate button if you want to contact the sites you don't want to be monitored.

In the History section, select Use Custom Settings from the drop-down menu to change the following settings, depending on what you want to do about cookies:

Accept cookies from websites (select the appropriate button).

Accept third-party cookies (choose from the drop-down menu one of the following options: always, from the sites with the most visits or never).

Save them for a specified period of time (select from the drop-down menu one of the following options: until they expire, when Firefox is closed or each time).

Again, in the History section, select Show cookies if you want to remove cookies that are on your computer.

For more information, visit the relevant Mozilla page

Internet Explorer

Click the Tools button

Select Internet Options

Select Privacy

In the scroll bar, select one of the following options. Change the following settings depending on what you want to do to handle cookies:

Exclude all cookies


Moderate to High



Accept all cookies

Select specific websites from which you will accept cookies: click on "Sites" and in the "Address of Website" box, type a website address, and then click on "Block" or "Allow"

For more information, visit the relevant Microsoft page


Open Safari

Click Safari

Select Preferences, and then click Privacy

In the "Block Cookies" section, select how Safari will handle the cookies.

Click Details to see which sites have saved their cookies

For more information, visit the relevant Apple page


Open Opera

Select "Settings" in the main menu in the upper left corner of the screen

Select "Privacy & Security"

In the "Cookies" section, select one of the following options:

Allow local storage

Keep local data only until I close my browser

Do not allow third party sites to store data

Exclude third-party cookies and website data

By selecting the "All cookies and site data" button you can remove the cookies that exist on your computer.

For more information, visit the relevant Opera page

Third party cookies - permanent cookies

Cookies for the Google Analytics service

Instructions for the operation of cookies in the various browsers: