Cookies policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small test file stored on the client profile that allow the web server to collect some information to be re-used during one session only (session cookie) or for a specific period of time (persistent cookie).

Which cookies do we use?

Here is a list of the cookies used on our website:

  • Technical cookie: these allow the user optimal and fast web-site navigation, for example, enabling the website to “remember” you in order to avoid multiple authentications during the same web-site navigation. These cookies are necessary in order to improve your web site experience, but they do not collect any personally identifiable user information. All users can also refuse cookies by turning them off in their browser.
  • Third-party cookies: they are set by a website other than the one you are currently on and their purpose is static analysis. They are set by Google Analytics or by links to YouTube, Facebook or other Social networks.

How to manage cookies

All users can change browser settings in order to accept or decline cookies. The setting can be specifically defined for each web-site and for each web application. Moreover, the best browsers allow you to define different settings for “owner” and “third-party” cookies.


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Cookies policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small test file stored on the client profile that allow the web server to collect some information to be re-used during one session only (session cookie) or for a specific period of time (persistent cookie).

Which cookies do we use?

Here is a list of the cookies used on our website:

  • Technical cookie: these allow the user optimal and fast web-site navigation, for example, enabling the website to “remember” you in order to avoid multiple authentications during the same web-site navigation. These cookies are necessary in order to improve your web site experience, but they do not collect any personally identifiable user information. All users can also refuse cookies by turning them off in their browser.
  • Third-party cookies: they are set by a website other than the one you are currently on and their purpose is static analysis. They are set by Google Analytics or by links to YouTube, Facebook or other Social networks.

How to manage cookies

All users can change browser settings in order to accept or decline cookies. The setting can be specifically defined for each web-site and for each web application. Moreover, the best browsers allow you to define different settings for “owner” and “third-party” cookies.