Cookies Policy

1. What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file containing small amounts of information about a User’s activity on a website and stored on the device that accessed the site. Cookies do not cause any damage to your device and may allow us to provide you with a better and faster navigation on our Website. Further uses of cookies, like those targeted to send you advertising messages, are stored on your device only after you express your consent by navigating our Website or through the tools described hereinafter.

2. Types of cookies used

Our Website uses technical cookies and third-party cookies.

3. Technical cookies

Technical cookies allow you to access the functions offered by the website, without which certain services would not be available (the so-called navigation and functional cookies) and that enable us to provide the services after you log in and remember settings designed to enhance your visit to our Site, such as to limit the view of the cookie short information notice to the first access only. Technical cookies are those cookies we use to collect aggregated information on online access (the so-called analytics cookies) when you navigate through the different pages of our Website during a browsing session: these cookies, particularly, help us to know which pages our Users are visiting and if errors occur during the browsing session. These cookies are used to carry out statistical analyses of how Users use our Website.
Our Site uses the Google Analytics statistics system that we configured to store anonymous cookies. These cookies do not collect information which could then be used for marketing purposes nor keep track of your browsing the Website as identified User.
For further information about Google Analytics cookies please visit the specific section of the privacy policy of Google.
In addition, our site uses anonymous IP addresses to further safeguard your privacy

4. Third-Party Cookies

Visiting a website you may receive cookies both from the visited site (“owners”), and from websites run by other organizations (“third parties”). A noteworthy example is the presence of “social plugins” for Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn. Those parts of the visited page are directly generated by the above mentioned sites and are integrated into the host site page. The most common use of social plugins is aimed at sharing contents on social networks. The presence of these plugins involves the transmission of cookies to and from all sites run by third parties. The management of the information collected by “third parties” shall be governed by the relevant information to which you are kindly asked to refer. To ensure greater transparency and convenience, the web addresses of different information and ways to manage cookies are provided below.
Twitter information:
Linkedin information:

5. Browser’s cookie settings

You can decide whether to accept cookies or not, using the settings on your computer. However, not all features of this Site may remain operational in case one or more cookies are disabled (some cookies are indispensable for the core functionality of the Website). Your cookie settings can be checked and changed in your browser’s preferences. Select below the browser you’re using for information on how to change your cookie settings.