Cookie Policy


This Cookie Policy is an integral part of this site's Privacy Policy, which can be found here


Browsing this site involves the receipt of cookies. Cookies are small text strings that are saved in the folders of Users' browsers while browsing Internet sites and contain certain information (indication of the server from which they were generated or the domain, duration or expiration date, a unique identification code, a unique value, login data etc.). Browser is the program that allows browsing the Internet, such as Chrome, Explorer, Mozilla, etc. The website consulted sends the above information to the browser that creates the cookie, storing it in its directories. During browsing, the cookies concerning the site you are browsing are sent back to the server, which uses the value of the cookie for various purposes, such as but not limited to: facilitating the consultation of the site and improving the browsing experience; conveying advertising messages; acquiring statistical information related to the browsing of Users, etc.

It may happen that while browsing a site, the User receives on his/her device not only cookies from the site he/she is visiting (so-called first-party cookies), but also cookies from sites or web servers other than the one he/she is visiting (so-called "third-party" cookies). Cookies can be deleted automatically when the User closes the browser (so-called session cookies), or they can be stored on the device being used for a certain time (so-called persistent cookies). Based on the purpose of use, cookies are distinguished into technical, preference, analytical and marketing cookies.

Cookies are also distinguished into session cookies, which are automatically deleted at the end of each navigation, and persistent cookies, which remain on the device used for a certain time. The current legislation on cookies, stipulates that for certain types of cookies the prior consent of the User is required. This applies to non-anonymized analytical, preference and marketing cookies. Prior consent is not, however, required for necessary cookies.

More information regarding cookies can be found at: .



1) First-party cookies (i.e., issued directly by

1a. Technical cookies

These are the cookies that allow proper navigation of the site by the user (for example, they collect market, language and country information in order to facilitate the user by providing easier access, or they allow the site to be optimized for certain browsers or displays). These types of cookies also ensure that browsing is protected against possible computer fraud and spamming.

These cookies are important for the proper functioning of the site and are active by default: the User will be able to exclude them by disabling them directly through the setting options of the browser he or she uses for browsing. It should be noted, however, that technical cookies, if disabled, could compromise the functioning of the site and not allow the user to fully and effectively enjoy the services offered by the site.

2) Third-party cookies:

Such cookies come from sites or servers other than The User is invited to click on the links that refer to the privacy policies and cookie policies of the third parties listed below. These are:

2a. Technical Cookies. Technical cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the site and for a safe and efficient navigation for the User. They are also used to remember the User's choices regarding the display of certain parts of the site's pages, such as, for example, information banners, and consent status, or to distinguish humans from robots. These cookies cannot be disabled and prior consent of the Data Subject is not required for their use.

2b. Statistical cookies, i.e. cookies that collect, in aggregate form, statistical information on the use of the site, to improve the enjoyment of the services rendered to the User on how users navigate (e.g. number of pages visited and accessed, time spent on the site, frequency of requests). The use of such cookies requires the prior consent of the User and come from: - Matomo, (for more information on this specific service, click here, to consult the privacy policy of Matomo click here, to disable the use on your browser, click here); - Vimeo (for privacy policy click here and to disable cookies follow the instructions provided here);

2c) Marketing cookies. These cookies are used to present advertisements that are relevant and engaging to the individual user, collecting information to enable the delivery of personalized ads. The use of such cookies requires the prior consent of the User and come from: - Meta Platforms Inc. (privacy policy available here, to disable the service click here); - Youtube (to consult the privacy policy click here). The latter cookies are set via YouTube videos embedded in the site and record the number of views of a video, the settings used for playback, and the preferences of Users.



This type of service allows you to make interactions with social networks and acquire information directly from the pages of this site. Such interactions and information are subject to the User's privacy settings related to each social network considered. This type of service may still collect traffic data for pages where the service is installed, even when Users are not using it. It is recommended to disconnect from the respective services to ensure that the data processed on this site is not linked back to the User's profile.

Facebook and Instagram widgets (Meta Platforms Inc.).

Meta Platforms Inc.'s social widgets (Facebook and Instagram) are services for interaction with the aforementioned social networks.

Personal Data Processed: Cookies; Usage Data.

Place of processing: USA

Cookie policies. Facebook: Instagram:



Upon accessing any page of the site, the User will see a banner that contains a brief information on how the site's cookies are managed and the choices he/she can make, and a reference to the extended policy for more information. The User, before continuing browsing, is invited to view this policy and freely set his or her preference on optional cookies, namely: A. accept the installation of cookies used by the site, by clicking on the "Accept all cookies" button; B. reject the installation of all cookies, by clicking on the "Reject all cookies" button; C. install a specific cookie, rather than another, by clicking on the "Cookie settings" button. The switch commands are disabled by default.

The User, at any time, can change the consent given to the installation of individual optional cookies, through the information banner just described, and, in any case, can also manage the use of cookies through the specific procedures of their browser.

Below are references to how to manage cookie activation/deactivation for major browsers:


- Mozilla Firefox

- Google Chrome

- Apple Safari

- Opera

Please note, however, that disabling, even partially, cookies may affect the proper functioning of the site and/or limit your enjoyment of it.



According to Articles 15 et seq. of the GDPR, the User has the right to:

-access to their personal data, request correction, updating, integration, deletion, anonymization, blocking or restriction, if incomplete, erroneous or collected in violation of the law, as well as confirmation of the existence or non-existence of the same, even if not yet registered, receiving communication in an intelligible form, if requested;

- Object to processing for legitimate reasons;

- withdraw consent at any time, without prejudice to the lawfulness of the processing carried out on the basis of the consent previously given.

In order to exercise these rights, the User, at any time and without any formality, may transmit a request to the Data Controller, either directly or through one of its appointees, by sending an e-mail message to the e-mail address: having as its object the words "Rights". The User has the right to receive appropriate feedback without undue delay and, in any case, at the latest within one month of receipt of the request itself (deadline extendable by two months, due to complexity and number of instances) and may be renewed for justified reasons.

In any case, if you believe that the Company is processing your personal data in violation of the provisions of the GDPR, you have the right to file a complaint with the Guarantor(Art. 77 GDPR, Art. 141 Privacy Code) or to take appropriate legal action(Art. 79 GDPR, Art. 152 Privacy Code). The complaint form and information on how to fill it out and submit it are available here. For the exercise of the rights in question, the User may rely on individuals, entities, associations or bodies, giving, for this purpose, a written proxy and be assisted by a trusted person.