The software applications used may contain “cookie” technology. Cookies are primarily intended to make navigation easier for the User. Cookies may provide information on navigation within the Site and allow the operation of certain services that require identification of the User’s path through different pages of the Site. For any access to the portal, regardless of whether or not a cookie is present, the type of browser, the operating system (Microsoft, Apple, Android, Linux, etc.), the Host and URL of the visitor, as well as the data on the requested page, are recorded. However, you can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie and decide to delete it. More information about cookies can be found on the websites of browser providers.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text strings stored on the User’s computer when they visit certain pages on the Internet. In most browsers, cookies are enabled. Below is the information needed to change the cookie settings on your browser. Cookies are not harmful to Users’ devices. In the cookies we generate, we do not store personal identifiable information, but we do use information to improve your stay on the site. For example, they are useful for identifying and solving errors.

Cookies can perform various functions, such as navigating between pages efficiently, and can generally improve the User’s stay. The Data Controller reserves the right to use cookies, with the consent of the User where applicable law or regulations so establish, to facilitate navigation on this site and personalize the information that will appear. The Data Controller also reserves the right to use similar systems to collect information about site Users, such as the type of Internet browser and operating system they use, for statistical or security purposes.

Types of cookies

Cookies are divided into two types, “session” and “persistent”. The former are deleted when the browser is closed, while the latter are stored until they either expire or are deleted. The session cookies used serve to expedite the analysis of Internet traffic and make it easier for Users to access the services offered by the site. Session cookies are used mainly during authentication, authorisation and navigation, in services accessed through a registration. Most browsers are set to accept cookies. If you do not wish to accept cookies, you can set your computer to reject cookies or display a warning when they are stored. If you refuse the use of cookies, some website features may not function properly and some services may not be available. The use of “session cookies” is strictly limited to the transmission of session identifiers, which are necessary for safe and efficient browsing of the site. These data are technical in nature, have temporary validity and are not collected in order to identify Users but, owing to their functioning and in combination with other data held by third parties (such as the Data Subject's Internet provider), may allow identification thereof. First-party cookies are readable only to the domain that created them.

The types of cookies we use:

Strictly necessary cookies

These are cookies that ensure normal navigation and use of the website and that allow the connection between the server and the User’s browser.

These are cookies that are essential for navigation (e.g. session identifiers) and allow you to use the main features of the site and protect your connection. Without these cookies, you may not be able to use the site normally.

Functionality cookies

These are cookies stored on your computer or other device that, based on your request, record your choices in order to remind you of them and thus optimise and provide an improved and personalised browsing experience within the service or when accessing this site (registration in reserved areas, storing products in the shopping cart until the next session, saving the selected language, viewing a video, the ability to leave a comment on the blog, etc.). Functionality cookies are not essential to the site’s operation, but they do improve the quality and experience of navigation.

Analytical cookies

These are cookies that collect information about how Users use the website, such as which web pages they visit most often. This website uses third-party “Google Analytics” cookies. Google Analytics is a statistics website. For instance, it calculates the number of visitors, what type of technology they are using (e.g. Mac or Windows), how much time they spend on the website, etc. All of the data collected are anonymous and in aggregate form and therefore not profiling data. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) is transmitted to and stored by Google on its servers.

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Analytical cookies are not essential to the operation of the site.

These cookies usually remain on your computer until they are deleted.

Cookies related to Social Media widgets

Widgets: Widgets are all of those components of a program’s User interface whose purpose is to make it easier for the User to interact with the program itself. During access, cookies could be installed that allow the User’s social media account to interact with the site. They are not essential to the operation of the site. They are most commonly used for the purpose of sharing content on social networks. Plug-ins allow cookies to be transmitted from and to websites managed by third parties. Users should refer to the policies regulating the management of information collected by “third parties”. For the sake of greater transparency and convenience, below are links to the relevant privacy policies and pages where Users can find information on how to manage cookies.

YouTube policy: http://

How can I disable cookies?

Warning: If the User were to disable all types of cookies (including strictly necessary cookies), it should be noted that some of the site's features could be limited or unavailable. 
Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can also choose not to accept them. If you do not want your computer to receive and store cookies, you can change the security settings on your browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, etc.). There are several ways to manage cookies and other tracking technologies. By changing your browser settings, you may accept or decline cookies or choose to receive a warning message before accepting a cookie from the websites you visit. You can delete all cookies installed in the cookies folder of your browser. Each browser has different procedures for managing settings.

You can disable cookies directly from within your web browser. For more detailed information regarding options to disable cookies, here is a list of links to adjust the settings of the most popular browsers.

If you do not use one of the browsers listed above, select “cookies” in the relevant help section to learn where your cookies folder is located.


By continuing navigation after having read the brief disclosure, the User is freely providing their consent. Nevertheless, please note that you may withdraw your consent at any time and disable cookies, as described above.

Other links

In order to provide the User with the best service, this Site may include Links to other websites. The Data Controller shall not be held responsible for any content or material that can be accessed on such sites or that can be obtained through them. Any questions about the sites accessed through links must be posed only to the administrators of those sites.

Changes to the Cookie Policy

To ensure that it remains up to date, the Cookie Policy is periodically revised. The most recent update to the Cookie Policy was made on 10 September 2020.