Cookie policy

Extended informational notice on the use of cookies

Introduction

This “Extended Informational Notice” has been prepared and customised specifically for this site on the basis of the Italian Data Protection Authority’s provision of 8 May 2014. This integrates and updates other informational notices already present on the site and/or issued previously by the company, in combination with which it provides all the elements required by art. 13 of EU Regulation 2016/679, as well as the other Provisions issued by the Italian Data Protection Authority.

Important notice

Third parties are informed that using this informational notice, or even just a part of it, for other websites, in reference to which it would undoubtedly be irrelevant and/or incorrect and/or inconsistent, may lead to heavy penalties being imposed on such third parties by the Italian Data Protection Authority.

Subject of the informational notice

Our company uses technologies on these web pages that make use of so-called “cookies” and this document has been prepared to explain to the user, in a clear and precise way, how they are used. This document cancels and replaces any previous information provided by the company in terms of cookies, which is therefore, to be considered obsolete.

What are cookies?

Cookies are text strings (small files) that sites visited by the user send to the user’s device (PC, tablet, smartphone, etc.), where they are stored in order to be sent back to the same sites that sent them upon a subsequent visit by the same user.

Types of cookies and their relative purposes

The following types of cookies are used on this website:

  1. Technical cookies: provide the user with the best and fastest navigation through the website, as well as the efficient use of the services and/or the various options offered by it, allowing, for example, a purchase to be made or a user to be authenticated when seeking access to a reserved area. These cookies are needed to improve the usability of the website but may, in any case, be disabled.
  2. Analysis cookies: are web analysis tools which provide anonymous and aggregated information on how the website is used, on which pages visitors arrive from, on the number and duration of visits, etc.. These cookies make it possible to introduce improvements to the website which facilitate access by users and to provide statistical information. These cookies are not needed to get the best use from the website and, therefore, they may be disabled.
  3. Third-party cookies: are cookies stored on the user’s device, through this site, by operators of third-party sites. Third-party cookies, mainly used for analysis purposes, derive, for the most part, from Google Analytics functions. More information on Google Analytics is available at: http://www.google.it/intl/it/analytics.
    To disable cookies, and to prevent Google Analytics from collecting your browsing data, you can download a browser extension (or add-on) to disable Google Analytics from: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

Browser settings

We also inform you that you may configure, freely and at any moment, your privacy settings with regard to the installation and use of cookies, directly through your browser, by following the relative instructions.
Specifically, you may enable so-called “private browsing”, thanks to which your browser will no longer save a history of the sites you visit, nor any passwords you may enter, nor any cookies, nor any other information on the pages you visit.
You should note, however, that, if you decide to disable all cookies (including technical cookies), the quality and the speed of the services offered by this website may be severely restricted and you may not be able to access certain areas of the site.

Practical instructions for users to configure their browser settings correctly

To block or to restrict the use of cookies, both by this site as well as by other websites, directly through your browser, you can follow the simple instructions given below, which refer to the most commonly used browsers.
Google Chrome: click the icon “Customise and control Google Chrome” on the top right, then select “Settings”. In the window that appears, select “Show advanced settings” and under “Privacy” click the “Content settings” button where you can block every cookie or only some of them.
Microsoft Internet Explorer: click the icon “Tools” on the top right, then select “Internet options”. In the window that appears, select “Privacy” where you can block every cookie or only some of them.
Mozilla Firefox: from the dropdown menu on the top left, select “Options”. In the window that appears, select “Privacy” where you can block every cookie or only some of them.

This document was written on: 01/02/2021