Cookie Policy

A cookie is a string of information that the visited sites send to the computer of the user, where it gets stored so that it can be sent back to the same sites in the next visit.

Using our site, you accept that these cookies will be stored on your computer.

Types of cookies

This site uses:

  • Session cookies, the use of which isn’t instrumental for gathering personal identification data of the users; their use is limited to the communication of session identification data in the form of numbers automatically generated by the server;
  • Analytics cookies, used to collect information, in aggregate form, about the amount of users and on how they use the site. This site makes use of Google Analytics, whose cookie policy can be read at this link. In order to comply with the privacy of our visitors, the modality _anonymizehelp is in use, which allows to hide the IP addresses of the users browsing this site. For more information about this feature, click here;
  • Third-Party cookies, used for the sharing of the site on some of the main social networks (Facebook and Twitter). Every time you interact with the plug-ins (that is, when you browse the site after having logged in on your Facebook or Twitter account), some personal information can be gathered by the owners of social network platforms (i. e. your visit of the site). doesn’t have access to the data that are gathered and processed in total autonomy by the social media platform companies. For more information about the logic and the modality of the processing of data gathered by social networks, you can read the information notes about privacy provided by the entities that such services:

Control of cookies on your computer

You can remove the cookies using the specific page made available by EDAA (European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance), or changing the privacy settings in your browser. In this case, follow the instructions contained in the following links:

Notwithstanding what is written above, be aware that disabling cookies might affect the functionality of the site.