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To make this site work properly, we sometimes place small data files called cookies on your device. This document explains how


A cookie is a small text file that a website saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit the site. It enables the website to remember your actions and preferences (such as login, language, font size and other display preferences) over a period of time, so you don't have to keep re-entering them whenever you come back to the site or browse from one page to another.
There are two main types of cookies: technical cookies and targeting cookies.

Technical cookies are there to improve your website experience. Among these cookies of web analytics which harvest aggregate data, navigation cookies or session cookies, which handle the normal functioning of the website: functional cookies which allow for a better navigation in terms of functionatilities chosen by the user (such as language recognition, or non first time access). Navigation data are anyway anonymous (IP address).

Targeting cookies are used in order to create user profiles and target them with advertisement according to their given preferences.

In order to use targeting cookies permission by the user is needed. In case of third parties, this website doesn't have a control over every single cookie and can't control them. You can manage this cookies anyways as written later on. Cookies have a due date or an action deadline, like closing the browser.

Cookies can be:
Temporary: used to store temporary information, allow for link action in the session and expire once the browser is closed
Permanent: used to store information in order to remember them in the user future sessions. These stay in the computer even after closing the browser.


Navigation or session cookies (not stored permanently on the computer of the user and disappear once the browser is closed. These cookies are used only for giving the user a better experience to transmit session data, in order to avoid more intrusive means and do not carry personal user data;
Functional cookies, which adapt the user experience to the user preferences (Language, resolution, OS)
Analytics cookies, in particular by Google Analytics in order to store statistical information about user behavior on the website. This data is used to generate reports on the use of our website, to improve its usability, functionality, interface and communication. Google's privacy policy is available here:


The navigation on this website might lead, through third parties cookies, to targeted communications on this or other websites. This cookies can be used to show you products that might interest you or similar to what you have checked before, based on your browsing history. The use of this cookies doesn't make use of your personal data, but it allows for connecting with your computer or other devices and trace your saved data. This cookies connect to your computer's brower and other devices during the navigation.
We believe that this is useful to our customers to show them ads that are most relevant to them

Google cookies : the navigation path is tracked and used in order to determine targeted ads. For further information please check this page
Users can find more information or deactivate Google's cookie tracking from their browser following the directives found on this page.
Google's privacy
How to deactivate Behavioral Advertising
Manage ads preferences

Further information on how to deactivate cookies
Google Maps

All the types of cookies described above might stay on your pc and devices for different periods depending on their function.
Cookies on your computer or devices can't be used to steal data, infect with viruses, check your email or for different functions as those described above.

Cookie management
Using our website you accept our cookie policy. If you want our website, Google analytics or other parties not to use cookies or stored data you can:

Use anonymous navigation (Do Not Track) on your browser. In order to understand how to do so:
Internet Explorer
Google Chrome
Mozilla Firefox
Apple Safari

Deactivate Google analytics cookies through specific settings on browsers or downloading an add on.

Follow the procedure that every browser uses in order to cancel cookies. Typically on browsers settings or following this procedure http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/).
Internet Explorer

If you already gave consent and want to change it you have to proceed to cancel the cookies:
Through the browser (settings)
Asking third parties for opt out
Through the website: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte