Cookie Policy

What is a cookie and what is it for?
A cookie is a short string of text that a website sends to the browser and saves on your computer whenever you visit a website. Cookies are used to make websites work more efficiently, to improve performances but also to provide information to the owners of the website.

What type of cookies does this website use and for what purpose?
Our website uses different types of cookies, with each cookie having a specific function, as explained in the following table:




Session cookies

Thanks to these cookies the website can work properly. They are used to collect information about how the visitors use the website. Such information is used to draw reports and help us enhance our website. Cookies collect anonymous information, including the number of people visiting the website, or how they landed on the site's pages and which pages they visited.

Analytical cookies

These cookies can be used by Google Analytics, for example, to elaborate statistical analyses about how users browse the website - from a computer or a mobile app - how many pages they visited or the number of clicks on a page while browsing the website.
Click here for an overview of Google privacy policy

Third-party cookies

These cookies are used by third parties. The use of these cookies does not normally entail the processing of personal data. Third-party cookies result from advertisements of other sites, for example advertising messages that are displayed on the website visited. They can be employed to track the use of the website for marketing purposes.

How to disable cookies 
Most browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) are set to accept cookies. However, most browsers allow you to control as well as enable or disable cookies through your browser settings. Though, we would like to remind you that disabling session or functional cookies can cause the website to malfunction and / or limit the service offered.

The procedure to follow if you want to change your settings is explained by the browsers themselves. You can find it under "Options" or "Preferences".
To learn more about cookies, read the cookie policy..