COOKIE POLICY

The Cookie Policy provides information on how data is collected while Users are browsing the website and how this data is used.

Cookies are small text files downloaded to the User’s device when the latter accesses the Site. Cookies, which can also be set by websites other than those that the User is visiting (so-called “third-party cookies”), allow to simplify and improve the user experience of Users when they interact with the Site; they are used, for example, to keep track of preferences while browsing, the pages viewed, the average time spent on the Site and other statistics or, in some cases, allow profiling activities.

1        characteristics and purpose of cookies.

1.1    The Site uses various types of cookies, each of which has a specific function.

– Technical Cookies: they are necessary to allow the User’s navigation on the Site and the use of its features. In particular, they enable functions without which it would not be possible to fully use the Site since their presence enables basic functions such as page navigation and access to protected areas of the Site.

– Google: services offered by Google Inc., in particular:

Google Analytics: uses the data collected for the purpose of tracing and examining the use of the Site, drawing up reports and providing additional services to the Site manager. In the aforementioned activities, Google does not associate the IP address transmitted by the User’s browser in the context of Google Analytics to other data held by Google.

The User can:

–        obtain information on the data processing activities carried out by Google Analytics at the following link 
–        prevent the registration by Google of the data produced by the cookies and relating to the use of the Site (including the IP address) as well as the processing of such data by Google, by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available at the following link

–        Mailchimp: service dedicated to email marketing provided by The Rocket Science Group, LLC.

Mailchimp allows the site manager to use the collected data to create and manage email marketing campaigns, their distribution lists as well as develop reports that allow you to evaluate the progress of a campaign in real time.

This service allows you to collect information such as, by way of example, but not limited to: name, surname, email address, telephone number, marketing information, viewing time of an email, etc.

The User can obtain information on the data processing activities carried out by Mailchimp at the following link 

–        Facebook: services offered by Facebook, Inc., in particular:
Like button and social widgets: these are services that allow you to interact with the social network
Facebook Custom Audience: is an ad targeting service that allows you to create specific campaigns aimed at specific Users

Facebook Pixel: is an analysis service that allows you to measure advertising campaigns, optimize them and define the audience to which to target them

Facebook Retargeting: is a service that connects the activity on the Site with the social network and which allows marketing to people who have already interacted with the Site

The User can obtain information on the data processing activities carried out by Facebook at the following link 

– LinkedIn: services offered by LinkedIn Corporation, in particular:

Like button and social widgets: these are services that allow you to interact with the social network

LinkedIn Conversion Tracking: is an analysis service that allows you to determine how many times a User who interacted with an ad on LinkedIn has subsequently visited the Site. Conversion cookies are not used by LinkedIn for personalized ad targeting and persist only for a limited period of time

LinkedIn Retargeting: is a service that connects the activity on the Site with the social network and which allows marketing to people who have already interacted with the Site

The User can obtain information on the data processing activities carried out by LinkedIn at the following link 

The duration and expiration of cookies may vary depending on how they have been set:

– some cookies expire at the end of the browsing session: they are cookies that allow you to temporarily store the information necessary for navigation from one page to another, avoiding having to re-enter it

– other cookies, called persistent, expire on a specific date or after a certain period of time.


2        Management of cookies.

2.1        Most browsers are set to automatically accept cookies.

2.2        To block or disable the use of some or all cookies or so that a consent message is presented to the User for their installation, the User can change the browser or cookie banner settings.

2.3        Here below there is a list of links that describe how to change the settings on cookies within the main browsers: CHROME, CHROMIUM, FIREFOX, SAFARI, EXPLORER, OPERA, TOR, SRWARE.

2.4        To disable third-party cookies it is also possible to use Your Online Choices, a web service managed by the non-profit association European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA), which provides information on behavioral advertising based on profiling cookies and allows users to easily oppose (opt-out) their installation.

3        Consequences of refusing cookies.

3.1        The User can choose whether or not to give consent to the use of cookies

3.2        Disabling some or all cookies could result in the compromise of one or more functions necessary to be able to correctly view the information on the website or use some functions intended to improve navigation.


Last update: November 2020