We use cookies to make your website experience easier and more intuitive.

What are cookies?
Cookies are text files with small pieces of data that allow us to compare new visitors with past visitors and to understand how users browse our website.
We use the data collected from cookies to make your browsing experience more pleasant and more efficient in the future.
Cookies do not record a user’s personal information and no identifiable data will be stored.
If you wish to disable cookies, you must customise your browser settings to delete all cookies or activate the cookies notification message that informs you when cookies are stored.

Cookie types:
Technical cookies
Technical cookies are used to guarantee the correct operation of our website without which, the user’s browsing experience would not be as good.
Thanks to technical cookies, the website remembers your actions and preferences (for example, logins to personal/reserved areas (if present), browsing language (if present), cookies acceptance), so that you do not need to re-enter this information on the website when you return or when you browse from one page to another.

Analytics cookies
Analytics cookies are used to collect information about website use.
Data are collected only for the purposes of anonymous statistics analysis to improve browsing on the website and to make content pertinent to user requirements.
Analytics cookies collect data in anonymous form about user data and how users reach the website pages.
Analytics cookies are sent from our website as well as from third-party domains.

Third-party service analysis cookies
Cookies for third-party analysis are used to collect information, in anonymous form, on website use (pages visited, time spent, origin of traffic, geographical origin, age, gender, and interests) to define marketing campaigns. These cookies are sent from third-party domains external to the website.

Google Analytics

Our website uses third-party cookies, i.e., Google Analytics. These cookies are not a means owned by us and therefore, for more information, you should consult the privacy policy statement provided by Google at the following address:

If you prefer Google Analytics not to use the data collected in any way, you can:
use the anonymous browsing function (Do Not Track option) on your browser. To know more about how to enable this option on the main search engines, click on your browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari), and choose to disable the Google Analytics function, installing an additional disable component on your browser.

Technical cookies and analytics are the only cookies we use to make your browsing experience better. We do not use profiling cookies.

Below is a list of the technical and analytical cookies used on this website:
__utma – persistent, used to approximate visiting times; necessary for third-party services, Google Webmaster and Analytics. Expiration 2 years
__utmb – used to approximate how fast users leave; necessary for third-party services, Google Analytics. Expiration 30 minutes
__utmc – persistent, calculates the duration of a visit from a user; necessary for third-party services, Google Analytics. Expiration 30 minutes
__utmt – persistent, stores service requests (throttle) to Google Analytics. Expiration 30 minutes
__utmz – persistent – user origin; necessary for third-party service Google Analytics. Expiration 6 months
_ga – persistent, used to associate hits with a user; necessary for third-party service Google Analytics. Expiration 2 years
PHPSESSID – session, needed by PHP to identify a single user session.
LANG – persistent, used by the website to view the site in the user’s selected language. Expiration 6/12 months

Facebook uses cookies to offer users share and like functions on their own newsfeeds. For more information, see the page  https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy

Linkedin uses cookies to offer users share and “recommend” functions on their own noticeboards. For more information, see  https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy?_l=it_IT#collect

NOTE: Some of the above cookies can be enabled at specific times or after access to specific areas of the website.

How do I disable cookies?
As a rule, browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) are configured to accept cookies. Nonetheless, most browsers allow you to control and even disable cookies in their settings.
We would like to remind you that disabling browser or functional cookies may cause the site to malfunction and/or limit the services we offer.
To find out more about cookies and how to manage or disable third-party or marketing/retargeting cookies, you can visit www.youronlinechoices.com.
To disable analytics cookies and to prevent Google Analytics to collect browsing data, you can download an additional component for your browser to deactivate Google Analytics: tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

How to disable/delete cookies by configuring your browser

1. Start your Chrome Browser
2. Click the context menu in the browser toolbar to the right of the address bar
3. Select Settings
4. Click Show Advanced Settings.
5. Click Content settings in the Privacy section.
6. It is possible to edit the following settings in the “Cookies” section:
• Allow local data to be set
• Only edit local data until the browser is closed
• Block site from setting cookies
• Block third-party cookies and site data
• Manage exceptions for some websites
• Delete one or all cookies
For more information, visit the   dedicated page.

Mozilla Firefox
1. Open Mozilla Firefox
2. Click the Tools menu from the top toolbar.
3. Select Options
4. Select the Privacy tab
5. Click on Advanced Settings
6. Click on “ “Use custom settings for history”” button in the “Privacy” tab
7. In the “Tracking” section, it is possible to edit the following cookie settings:
• Ask sites not to track your browsing
• Inform sites that they can track your browsing
• Do not communicate any preferences concerning the tracking of personal data
8. From the  “History”  section, you can:
• Enable “Use personal settings” to select to accept some third-party cookies (always, from most visited sites or never) and store them for a set period (through to expiry, when Firefox is closed, or ask each time)
• Remove single stored cookies.
For more information, visit the  dedicated web page.

Internet Explorer
1. Start the Internet Explorer Browser
2. Click on the  Tools  button and select  Internet Options
3. Click on the Privacy tab  and in the Settings section change the slider according to the required action for the cookies:
• Block all cookies
• Allow all cookies
• Select the sites from which to accept cookie: move the slider to the middle section so as not to block or allow all cookies; click on Websites, in the URL box, enter a website and then press on Block or Allow.
For more information, visit the dedicated page.

Safari 6
1. Open the Safari Browser
2. Click on  Safari, select  Preferences  and click on  Privacy
3. In the Block Cookies section, specify how Safari has to accept cookies from websites.
4. To view which sites have stored cookies, click on Details
For more information, visit the dedicated page.
Safari iOS (mobile device)
1. Start the Safari iOS browser
2. Click on Settings and then Safari 3. Click on Block Cookies and choose from the different options: “Never”, “Third parties and ads” or “Always”
4. To delete all cookies stored by Safari, click on Settings, then on Safari, and finally on Delete Cookies and data
For more information, visit dedicated page.

1. Start the Opera browser
2. Click on Preferences and then on Advanced and finally on Cookies
3. Select one of the following options:
• Accept all cookies
• Accept cookies and site data: third-party cookies and cookies sent from a different domain than the one being visited will be rejected
• Block all cookies: no cookies will be stored. For more information, visit the dedicated page.