To make this website work properly, small data files called "cookies" are installed on your device.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that websites save on your computer or mobile device while you visit them. Cookies are thus stored before being re-transmitted at the next visit by the same user. Cookies can alternatively be session or persistent.
Session cookies remain stored in the p.c. of the user for a short period of time and are automatically deleted as soon as the user closes the browser. Their use is strictly limited to the transmission of session identifiers for the sole purpose of allowing safe and efficient exploration of the website. These are also called technical or functional cookies.
Persistent cookies remain stored in the p.c. of the user up to a set deadline. Thanks to persistent cookies, the choices made by the user on the website will be stored as well as the pages visited in order to progressively improve the user experience on this website each time he/she return to consult it.
Session or persistent cookies are distinguished according to whether the person who installs the cookies on the user's terminal is the same operator of the website that the user is visiting (we will then speak of First-party cookies) or a different person (we will then speak of Third-party cookies).Session or persistent cookies are distinguished according to whether the person who installs the cookies on the user's terminal is the same operator of the website that the user is visiting (we will then speak of First-party cookies) or a different person (we will then speak of Third-party cookies).
The Legislator, in implementation of the provisions contained in Directive 2009/136 / EC, has brought back the obligation to acquire the prior and informed consent of Users to the installation of cookies used for purposes other than purely technical ones (see Article 1, paragraph 5, letter a), of Legislative Decree 28 May 2012, n. 69, which amended art. 122 of the Code).
This website mainly uses session cookies (technical or functional cookies) in order to allow and/or facilitate your navigation.
Persistent cookies may be used on some pages to remember certain actions made by the user. Cookies could be used for user login in case of website with restricted access.
Third-party cookies may be present to:
- elaborate statistics (Google Analytics)
- use social services (Facebook, Twitter)
- registration for newsletter services (Mailchimp)
- use search services (Google Search)
- use geolocation services (Google Maps)
- viewing videos (Youtube, Vimeo)
It is possible to delete or block cookies, in this case some functions of the website may not work properly.
How to control cookies and, if necessary, disable them?
You can control and/or verify cookies at your discretion - to find out more, go to aboutcookies.org. You can delete cookies already present on your computer and set almost all browsers to block their installation. If you choose this option, you will have to manually change some preferences every time you visit the website and it is possible that some services or certain functions of the website become unavailable. In particular, you can delete all the cookies that are on your device by deleting the browsing history of your browser: by doing so you will delete all the cookies of all the websites visited. To selectively delete persistent Third Party cookies, you must go to the respective web pages dedicated to the purpose and indicated below with a link.
Details of the cookies on this website:
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This website could make use of the so-called social plug-in, i.e. special tools that allow you to incorporate the social network features directly into the website (eg the "like" function of Facebook).
Any social plug-ins on the site are marked with the respective logo owned by the social network platform (eg Facebook, Google, Twitter, Linkedin).
In the event that you interact with the plug-in (eg by clicking the "Like" button) or decide to leave a comment, the corresponding information will be transmitted from the browser directly to the social network platform and stored there.