As per Article 13 of Legislative Decree No. 196 of 30 June 2003 ("Privacy Code"), we inform you that this site uses "cookies", along with "web beacons" and "server logs", to gather information on usage of the website ("Site"). Cookies, web beacons and server logs are strictly used to enable operation and use of the Site.


Cookies are small text files which often include an anonymous unique identifier and which are sent to your browser and saved on your device's hard disk (personal computer, laptop, tablet, etc.). More specifically, upon visiting a website, a request for authorisation is sent to your computer to save these files on a relevant area of your hard disk. These cookies can be used together with the aforementioned web beacons, which are small text files placed on the web page to gather information on Site usage. Additionally, as with most websites, our servers can automatically record the requests put forward by individual pages during navigation using the server logs.

The information gathered using cookies, web beacons and server logs may include dates, times and pages visited, the time spent on our Site and the sites visited immediately prior and subsequent to visiting ours. Third party cookies may also be set up on our Site.

The cookies installed on this Site are exclusively technical cookies and can be divided into the following categories:

• Session cookies: Cookies which are only active for a single specific session and which temporarily store information necessary to navigate from one page to the next without re-entering information which has already been given. The use of these cookies is strictly limited to the communication of session identifiers (formed of random numbers generated by the server) which are required for safe and efficient site browsing. The session cookies used on this Site do not incorporate other IT techniques which could potentially pose a risk to user navigation confidentiality and do not permit the acquisition of user personal details.

• Functionality cookies: Cookies used to record personal choices made by users, such as, for example, language.
More specifically, this Site uses cookies related to the WordPress CMS technology (W3tc_referrer) – which are not permanently stored on the user's computer – and whose use is strictly limited to ensuring correct operation of the above-mentioned technology, which would otherwise fail to work. These cookies do not store any information which could identify individual users visiting the Site.


Cookies which, together with the web beacons and server logs, enable the calculation of the total number of visits to the Site and the identification of its most popular sections may be installed. This operation provides feedback on Site usage and consequently enables suitable intervention to improve usability for users and clients.
This activity is carried out using the Google Analytics service provided by the Google company.
It is a cookies-based web analysis system aiming to understand – completely anonymously – how users interact with the Site (for further details, visit the following site:
To manage or disable these cookies, please visit the following address:
Information gathered on Site usage from cookies will be processed by Google in compliance with the privacy policy available at the following address:
In any case, it must be highlighted that the Google Analytics service is used with the adoption of suitable measures to reduce cookie identification ability and to avoid interchanging of the information gathered.

How to disable cookies
Cookies can be enabled and disabled using your browser. By accepting cookies, information will be stored and restored during subsequent navigation. It is possible to block them completely or block them on some specific sites where you do not wish to provide and therefore store given information. All modern browsers enable the modification of cookie settings. These are usually found under the browser menu, under the "Options" or "Preferences" items. For details on settings, please see the following links:
• Google Chrome
From the settings menu, select "Show advanced settings" at the bottom of the page
Select the "Content settings" button in the privacy section
The section appearing at the top of the page describes the cookies and allows you to select the desired ones. It also allows you to delete any cookies currently stored.
• Mozilla Firefox
Under the tools menu, select "Options"
Select the "Privacy" button in the "Options" folder
From the drop-down menu, select "Firefox will:". This will display the cookies options and you can choose to enable or disable them by clicking the box.
• Internet Explorer 6+
Under the menu bar, select "Internet options"
Click on the "Privacy" button
You will see the privacy settings with six setting levels enabling you to manage the number of cookies according to the following options: "Block all Cookies", "High", "Medium high",
"Medium" (predetermined level), "Low", and "Accept all Cookies".
• Safari browser
Under the settings menu, select the "Preferences" option
Open the privacy section
Select the desired option from the "Block cookies" section
• All other browsers
For details on how to manage cookies using other browsers, refer to your documentation or on-line support files.
In the case where this information is not adequate, we recommend referring to the browser "Help" section for more details.
As a general rule, we recommend referring to the service available on the website, which will enable you to identify any third-party cookies on your browser and to fully or partially disable them. NB: the information provided by the aforementioned website refers to all third-party cookies installed on your browser and which are different from those covered by this Cookies Policy.