Cookie policy

1. What are Cookies?

Cookies are small quantities of Data sent by the Website and stored by the internet browser on the computer or on other devices belonging to the User (“Cookies”).
Cookies are used for various purposes including computer authentication, session monitoring, and the saving of information regarding specific configurations and preferences of the User accessing the server.
Cookies may remain stored on the User’s device for the duration of one session, i.e. until the closing of the browser used for navigating the website (Session cookies) or until a pre-set expiry date (Persistent cookies).


2. Types of cookie

2.1 – Technical cookies

Technical cookies are strictly necessary for the provision of the services requested by the User.

They allow for the temporary saving of information in an anonymous form, in order to guarantee the secure and efficient exploration of the Website, avoiding the need for other information technology methods that pose a potential risk to the confidentiality of the User’s navigation session.

Technical cookies may be:

  • navigation or session cookies, used to manage standard navigation and User authentication;
  • functional cookies, used to memorise personalisation selected by the User, for example language;
  • analytical cookies, used to collect anonymous information in aggregated form regarding the use of the website (i.e. the number of visits, the websites of origin, the pages visited, the duration of navigation) in order to improve functionality and content. The latter may be sent by the website visited or by a third party.

2.2 Profiling cookies

Profiling cookies are used to analyse the User in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences demonstrated by the same during navigation online.

Profiling cookies can be sent either by the website visited or by third parties.

2.3 Functional cookies

Functional cookies are third-party cookies that are installed, if needed, to allow the use of functions developed by third parties within the website, the so-called social plug-ins (for example maps, buttons to connect to the website via social networks, and any other additional service).


3. Browser settings

Via the browser settings, the User may, at any time, cancel the Cookies, accept all Cookies, refuse them completely, or choose to refuse third-party Cookies only:

Below are links for the management of Cookies for the most commonly used browsers:

  • Internet Explorer:
  • Google Chrome:;
  • Mozilla Firefox:;
  • Opera:;
  • Safari:

The third-party profiling cookies used on the website are:

  • Google, Doubleclick and YouTube (to see the relative policy for the processing of data and cookie management, click on the following link:;

4. Link buttons

The website also uses a number of buttons to link to social network pages (the “Buttons”).

Clicking on a Button, the User is aware that the website of the relative social network will access the cookies stored on their device, if present, in order to allow automatic connection to their account.

Below is a list of the social networks connected to the website, and their relative policies regarding the processing of data:

  • Facebook

In order to consult the relative policies regarding the processing of data and management of cookies, click on the following links:

  • Instagram

In order to consult the relative policy regarding the processing of data and management of cookies, click on the following link:

  • LinkedIn

In order to consult the relative policy regarding the processing of data and management of cookies, click on the following link:


For further information on behavioural advertising and in order to know how to individually activate or deactivate the cookies, as well as to receive indications on cookie management software, you can consult the following website:

In order to learn how to activate or deactivate advertising profiling on mobile applications, please click on the following link: