Cookie Policy

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About cookies and cookie terminology

Cookie is a piece of information stored on your web browser when you visit a website or use a social network with your computer, smartphone or tablet.

Each  cookie contains different data such as the name of the server that it comes from, a numerical identifier, etc.

Cookies may remain on a system for the duration of a session (i.e. until you close the browser you use to browse the internet) or longer, and may contain a unique identification code.

Some cookies are used to perform computer authentication, session tracking, and store specific information about the users who access a webpage.

These are called technical cookies and they are often useful because they can make browsing and exploring the internet much smoother and faster, as they facilitate certain procedures when you shop online or if you want to access restricted areas, or when a website automatically recognises the language you usually use, for example.

Analytics cookies are special cookies used by the owners of a website in order to collect information in aggregate form about the number of people visiting a website and how they use the website. This data is then used to generate general statistics about the service and its use.

There are other cookies used for monitoring and profiling internet users, studying their movements and how they consult the internet or their consumer habits (what they buy, what they read, etc.). This information is also used for sending targeted advertising of customised services (Behavioural Advertising). These are called profiling cookies. 

web page may contain cookies originating from other websites that are contained in various elements hosted on this web page such as advertising banners , photos, videos, etc. These are called third party cookies. As a result, the cookies you download onto your PC, smartphone or tablet may also be read by third parties who are in charge of the web pages you actually visit.

Opt-out literally means choosing not to participate. In this context, it refers to how you can block cookies or certain types of cookies. By default, almost all web browsers are set to automatically accept Cookies and so this information is important if you want to block cookies.

Information about the Cookies used on this website

Please note:

– Unless specified otherwise, no data is transferred to any countries outside the EU.

– The owners of third party cookies, as listed below with the associated links to their privacy notices, are generally independent data controllers of the information collected by means of their cookies. Consequently, you should refer to their own privacy policies for the processing of personal information and to their procedures for giving consent (as specified in the General Provision for the Identification of simplified procedures for the privacy notice and the acquisition of consent for the use of cookies – 8th May 2014):

– first party technical cookies

Type of data processed: IP addresses, type of web browser used, and other parameters relating to the user’s operating system and computer environment. Additional categories of data provided by the visitor through the website if they register and/or access a reserved area and/or a service

Purpose: to ensure the website is displayed correctly on a variety of devices, to access the reserved areas on this website, to log-in, to enable online purchases with the respective shopping carts, etc..


 third party analytics cookies: Google Analytics for statistical purposes.

Type of data processed: IP addresses. In order to protect the privacy of users/visitors as much as possible, we use the “IP masking” feature requiring the system to obscure the last 8 digits of the user/visitor’s IP address before any kind of data processing is carried out, and this makes the analysed data anonymous. 

Purpose: to collect information, in aggregate form, about the number of users and how they visit our website for statistical purposes.

Transfer abroad: United States – Adoption of Standard Contractual Clauses

Third Party Privacy Policy: 



Even if you have already given your consent by one of the methods described in the simplified privacy notice you read when you accessed this website for the first time, you can modify or revoke all or part of the consent given using the methods described below.

For Google Analytics cookies, users/visitors can be inhibited by using the deactivation browser add-on made available by Google at . Activate this component simply by installing it and restarting your web browser.

To disable cookies, select the guide below for your browser:

Click here to see how to disable cookies on your Chrome browser
Click here to see how to disable cookies on your Firefox browser
Click here to see how to disable cookies on your Safari browser
Click here to see how to disable cookies on your Internet Explorer browser

Generally speaking, there are various ways to manage Cookies and you should refer to your instruction manual or the web browser’s help screen for details of how to configure or change your Cookie settings. If you use several devices (e.g. personal computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.), you should check that the settings for each web browser on each device you use reflect your preferences regarding the use of Cookies.

The link below is another way to check which cookies are installed on your browser and selectively disable them