Cookies Informative

Conforming to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the subject of the protection of personal data and legislative decree 101/2018.

What are cookies?

This Cookies Policy contains important information about the different types of cookies (small text files) which could be installed on your device (e.g. PC, smartphone, tablet) when you visit our web site. The cookies consist of personal data when they can be associated with a device and therefore to an identifiable person.

1 – Types of Cookies

1.1 The site uses cookies to make the user’s experience of surfing easier and more intuitive: cookies are short texts used to memorise certain information concerning the user, his or her preferences, the device used for access to the Internet (computer, tablet or mobile phone) and they are used mainly to bring the functioning of the site up to the expectations of the user, offering a more personalized experience and memorisation of the choices made previously . 1.2 A cookie consists of a reduced amount of data transferred to the user’s browser from a web server and can only be read by the server that carried out the transfer. It is not a usable code and does not transmit viruses.
1.3 Cookies do not record any personal information and any identifiable data will not be memorised. If you so wish, it is possible to impede the saving of some or all the cookies. However, in this case the use of the site and the services offered could prove less effective.  - the type of cookies which the site uses.

2. Technical cookies

2.1 There are numerous technologies used to conserve information in the computer of the user, which is then gathered by the sites. Among these the most well-known and used are HTML cookies. These serve for surfing and facilitating access to and exploitation of the site by the user. They are necessary for the transmission of communications on the electronic network to the supplier to give out the service requested by the customer.
2.2 The settings to manage or deactivate the cookies may vary with the Internet browser used. In any case, the user can manage or ask for general deactivation or cancellation of the cookies by modifying the settings of his or her own Internet browser. This deactivation may slow down or impede access to some parts of the site.
2.3. The use of technical cookies allows a safe and efficient use of the site.
2.4. The cookies inserted in the browser and transmitted through Google Analytics or through the statistical services of bloggers or similar services are technical only if used for the purpose of optimisation of the site directly by the owner himself who will be able to gather information in aggregate form on the number of users and how they visit the site. Under these conditions, analytical cookies are subject to the same rules in terms of informative and consensus, foreseen for technical cookies.
2.5 As far as duration is concerned there is a distinction between temporary session cookies, which are cancelled automatically at the end of a session of surfing and serve to identify the user and avoid logging in to every page visited, and permanent cookies, which remain active in the computer up to theirexpiry date or cancellation by the user.
2.6 Some session cookies could be installed in order to allow access and permanence in the reserved area of the portal for an authenticated user.
2.7 They are not memorised permanently but exclusively for the duration of the session. They disappear when the browser is disconnected and their use is strictly limited to the transmission of session identifiers, consisting of random numbers generated by the server, necessary to allow safe and efficient exploration of the site.

3. Profiling cookies

3.1 Profiling cookies are those intended for creating profiles relative to a user and are used to send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the user while surfing the Net.
3.2 When these type of cookies are used, the user has to give explicit consent.
3.3 Article 22 of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and article 122 of the code on the subject of data protection applies.