Cookie Policy

Information on cookies according to European legislation

1. WHAT ARE COOKIES? What are cookies? A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your PC, tablet, smartphone or other terminal (hereinafter referred to as the “Device”) when you access our web page or run our application.

Cookies allow us to store and retrieve information on your browsing habits or on the Device from which you access in general anonymously and, depending on the information they contain, if you are previously registered, allow us to recognize you as a user or customer.

The information we obtain refers to the number of pages you visit, the language, the place from which you access, the number of new users, the frequency and repetition of your visits, the duration of your visit, the browser or the device through which you connect or run the application.


Technical cookies:

Cookies of this type are necessary for the proper operation of some areas of the website.  Cookies in this category include both persistent cookies and session cookies:

· Persistent cookies: once the browser is closed, they are not destroyed but remain up to a preset expiration date

· Session cookies: they are destroyed every time the browser is closed

In the absence of these cookies, the website or some of its portions may not work properly. Therefore, they are always used, regardless of the user’s preferences. Cookies in this category are always sent from our domain.

List of cookies used:

  • _utma  / _utmz  / _ga / _gat
    Cookies used by the third-party service Google analitycs. They are used only to identify users who visit the website (it contains identifiers).
  • PHPSESSID (duration of the browsing session)
    Cookie used by PHP to track sessions (it contains a unique identifier for your session on the website).

Profiling cookies:

Profiling cookies are designed to create user profiles and are used in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user while surfing the net. Due to the particular invasiveness that such devices may have in the private sphere of users, European and Italian legislation provides that the user must be adequately informed about their use and thus express their valid consent.

They are referred to in Art. 122 of the Privacy Code where it provides that “the storage of information in the terminal equipment of a contractor or a user or access to information already stored is permitted only provided that the contractor or user has given his/her consent after has been informed with the simplified procedures referred to in Article 13 of the Privacy Code, paragraph 3″.

Our website does not use profiling cookies; however, third-party services, used for sharing functionality or specific plug-ins, can make use of them. In this regard, we invite you to read the paragraph on third-party cookies and find out about the related usage policies.

Third party cookies:

Third-party service analysis cookies

These cookies are used in order to collect information on the use of the website by users anonymously such as: pages visited, time spent, origins of the traffic of origin, geographical origin, age, gender and interests for the purpose of marketing campaigns. These cookies are sent from third-party domains external to the website.

Cookies to integrate third-party software products and functions

This type of cookie integrates functions developed by third parties within the pages of the website such as icons and preferences expressed in social networks in order to share the contents of the website or for the use of third-party software services (such as software for generating maps and additional software offering additional services). These cookies are sent from third-party domains and from partner websites that offer their functionality on the pages of the website.
Source: Google YouTube

Cookies: GEUP (2 years duration), PREF (8 months duration), VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE (8 months duration), YSC (Current session duration)


  1. Run the Chrome browser
  2. Click on the menu in the browser toolbar next to the URL entry window for surfing
  3. Select Settings
  4. Click Show Advanced Settings
  5. In the “Privacy” section click the “Content settings“ button
  6. In the “Cookies” section you can change the following cookie settings:
    1. Allowing saving data locally
    1. Changing the local data only until the browser is closed
    1. Preventing sites from setting cookies
    1. Blocking third-party cookies and website data
    1. Managing exceptions for some websites
    1. Eliminating one or all cookies

For more information, see the dedicated page.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Run the Mozilla Firefox Browser
  2. Click on the menu in the browser toolbar next to the URL entry window for surfing
  3. Select Options
  4. Select the Privacy panel
  5. Click Show Advanced Settings
  6. In the “Privacy” section click the “Content settings “button
  7. In the “Tracking” section, you can change the following cookie settings:
    1. Ask the websites not to make any tracking
    1. Notify the websites your availability to be tracked
    1. Do not disclose any preference regarding the tracking of personal data
  8. From the “History”, you can:
    1. By enabling “Use custom settings”, select to accept third-party cookies (always, from the most or never visited websites) and to keep them for a specified period (until they expire, when Firefox is closed or ask every time)
    1. Remove the individual cookies stored

For more information, see the dedicated page.

Internet Explorer

  1. Run the Internet Explorer Browser
  2. Click the Tools button and choose Internet Options
  3. Click on the Privacy tab and, in the Settings section, change the slider according to the desired action for cookies:
    1. Block all cookies
    1. Allow all cookies
    1. Selection of the websites from which to obtain cookies: move the cursor to an intermediate position so as not to block or allow all cookies, then press on Websites and, in the Website Address box, enter a website and then press on Block or Allow

For more information, see the dedicated page.

Safari 6

  1. Run the Safari browser
  2. Click Safari, select Preferences and click Privacy
  3. In the Block Cookies section, specify how Safari must accept cookies from websites.
  4. To view which websites have stored cookies, click Details

For more information, see the dedicated page.

Safari iOS (mobile devices)

  1. Run the iOS Safari Browser
  2. Click Settings and then Safari
  3. Click Block cookies and choose from the various options: “Never”, “By third parties and advertisers” or “Always”
  4. To delete all cookies stored by Safari, click Settings, then Safari and, finally, Delete cookies and data

For more information, see the dedicated page.


  1. Run the Opera browser
  2. Click Preferences then Advanced and finally Cookies
  3. Select one of the following options:
    1. Accept all cookies
    1. Accept cookies only from the website you visit: third-party cookies that are sent from a domain other than the one you are visiting will be rejected
    1. Never accept cookies: all cookies will never be saved

For more information, see the dedicated page.

How to disable third-party service cookies

Google services
Google privacy policy
Tool to disable google analytics on your browser:

This page is visible through the link at the bottom of all pages of the website pursuant to Art. 122, second paragraph, of Legislative Decree No. 196/2003 and following the simplified procedures for the information and the acquisition of consent for the use of cookies published in the Official Gazette No. 126 of 3 June 2014 and related register of measures No. 229 of 8 May 2014.