“Cookies” (or “cookies”) are small text files that a site creates in the directories used by the web browser of its visitors.
The cookies collect some information on the use that the visitor makes of a given site (how many and which pages he visited, how much time remained on the site, from which channel he arrived on the site etc.).
This information is generic and cannot be associated with identified or identifiable persons.
Users who visit the site will see minimal information on their devices (computers, tablets and smartphones) that they use to navigate the site.
There are various types of cookies: some make the use of a site more effective, others enable certain features. By analyzing them in detail, cookies allow:
• store the preferences entered
• avoid re-entering the same information several times during the visit
• analyze the use the user makes of the services and content provided by the site, so that the site owner can optimize the browsing experience and the services offered
• view video content
• view maps from Google Maps
• manage the products included in the cart
• view extracts from social networks
• allow the sharing of site content in social networks
• protect user data from unauthorized access
• serving personalized advertisements to users to make the advertising campaign more effective
Where are cookies stored?
On the hard disk (or memory unit) of the device you are using use to visit the Site.
As a visitor, can I disable one or more cookies?
Yes, it is possible, through the functions available in your browser (see below).
Cookies can be classified according to various considerations.
Classification of cookies according to the site that generates them
1. First Party Cookies: they are generated by the site you are visiting, and only such site can read these cookies.
2. Third Party Cookies: they are generated by other sites, outside of what you are visiting. When you visit a page on our site, you may encounter content posted from external sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr or others, and such sites may generate cookies. Our site has no control over them. Please check these sites (see list below) if you wish to have more information “in addition to those you can find on our site” on these cookies.

Classification of cookies according to their duration in your device
1. Temporary (or session) cookies: they do not have an expiration date, and are deleted as soon as you end the browsing session or close the browser.
2. Persistent cookies: they all have an expiration date (indicated below for each individual cookie) and remain on your computer even when you have finished the browsing session or after closing the browser. They can be read by the site that created them in subsequent visits to the same site.
Classification of cookies according to their purpose of use
• Technical cookies
• Profiling cookies
• Analysis cookies of third-party services
• Cookies to integrate products and functions of third-party software
Let’s see them in detail:
Technical Cookies: This type of cookie allows the correct operation of some sections of the Site. They are of two categories, temporary (or session) and persistent (see above). These cookies are necessary to display the site correctly and in relation to the technical services offered, they will therefore always be used and sent, unless you change the settings in your browser (but with the possibility, however, of not making the best use of certain services or rendering some services unusable). offered by the site).

Analysis cookies of third-party services: These cookies are used to collect anonymous information about the use of the site by users, such as: pages visited, time spent on the site, origins of traffic, geographical origin , age, gender and interests for marketing campaigns. These cookies are sent from third-party domains external to the site.
Cookies to integrate products and functions of third-party software: This type of cookie integrates functions developed by third parties within the pages of the site such as the icons and preferences expressed in social networks in order to share the contents of the site or for the use of third-party software services (such as software to generate maps and additional software that offer additional services). These cookies are sent by third-party domains and by partner sites that offer their functionality between the pages of the site.
Profiling cookies: These cookies are necessary to create user profiles in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user within the site pages.
This site, according to current legislation, is not required to seek consent for technical cookies, as they are necessary for the normal operation of the site. As regards the cookies of the statistics service offered by Google Analytics (see below), they can be considered like technical cookies, for two reasons:
1. collect data in “aggregate” form, not attributable to individual identified or identifiable users
2.The IP of the user’s connection device (computer, smartphone or tablet) is “anonymized” (modified) becoming unrecognizable, further increasing the level of privacy (see below).
For all other types of cookies, consent can be expressed by the User with one or more of the following methods:
• Through specific configurations of the browser used or the relative computer programs used to navigate the pages that make up the Site.
• By changing the settings in the use of third-party services
Both of these solutions could prevent the user from using or viewing parts of the Site.
This site uses cookies to collect some information and provide the services above and below indicated, in order to improve communication and services on the site, and make it more efficient for visitors.

List of cookies used on this site:


Information on Google Analytics cookies
These cookies are called “Third Party Cookies”, as Google is responsible for them, which provides the service. Google Analytics is a Google statistics service on visits to the Site and makes the data available to the Site owner anonymously and “aggregated”, in the sense that it is not possible to link the statistics data to the individual persons who visited the Site. For more information on Google Analytics cookies, see the relevant paragraphs on this page.
Note: the _gat cookie can appear under a compound name. For example, if instead of _gat you see gat_primoaccount means that more than one account is used to collect statistical data and in this case the account name is identified with the suffix “_primoaccount” after “_gat”.
Further on in this page you can find links to specific pages on privacy, data processing of Google third-party services.
Information on Google Maps cookies
Our site may show Google Maps in one or more pages. They generate cookies, which are called “Third Party Cookies”, as Google is responsible for them, which provides the service. Google Maps is a Google service that allows the generation of dynamic maps on the Site, such as the typical map on the “Where we are” page. Although we have no control over cookies created by Google, they seem to include a mixture of information to measure the number and behavior of users on Google Maps.
On cookies PREF and SID Google declares on this page (Privacy and terms) of its website under the heading “Advertising”:
“Most Google users have a preferences cookie called” PREF “in browsers. A browser sends this cookie with requests to Google sites. The PREF cookie could store your preferences and other information, in particular your preferred language (for example Italian), the number of search results you want to display for each page (for example 10 or 20) and your preference of activation of Google’s SafeSearch filter. “


“Google uses cookies, such as PREF, NID and SID cookies, to help personalize ads on Google properties, such as Google Search. For example, we use them to store your most recent searches, your previous interactions with an advertiser’s ads or search results and your visits to an advertiser’s website. This way we can show you personalized ads on Google. “
On cookies SID and HSID google always declares on this page (Privacy and terms) of its site under “Security”:
“We use security cookies to authenticate users, prevent fraudulent use of login credentials and protect user data from unauthorized parties. For example, we use cookies called “SID” and “HSID” containing records with digital signature and encrypted for the ID of a user’s Google account and his most recent access date. The combination of these two cookies allows us to block many types of attacks, such as attempts to steal the contents of the modules you complete on the web pages. “
Further on in this page you can find links to specific pages on privacy, data processing of Google third-party services.
YouTube cookie information
Our Site may use Google’s third-party YouTube service on one or more pages to host one or more videos. When you view a page on our site with an embedded video (“embedded video”) YouTube creates some third-party cookies. These cookies are used by YouTube to store user preferences when viewing pages that contain video content, or for other purposes not specified. YouTube does not make the precise details of its cookies available and how it uses them. These cookies do not identify you personally unless you are logged in to Google, and in that case it is linked to your Google account. If you do not want YouTube to collect information about your visit, you can block these cookies individually or totally, as indicated in the “Third Party Cookies Policy” section at the relevant points.
Later in this page you can find links to specific pages on privacy, data processing of third-party Google / YouTube services.

The names of the buttons / links / pages indicated in the procedures below may differ slightly. In this case, refer to the current version of your browser.
• Open the Chrome nrowser
• Click on the menu in the browser toolbar next to the URL entry window for navigation
• Select “Settings”
• Click on “Show advanced settings”
• In the “Privacy” section click on “Content settings”
• In the “Cookies” section you can change the following cookie settings:
1. Allow data to be saved locally
2. Change the local data only until the browser is closed
3. Prevent sites from setting cookies
4. Block third-party cookies and site data
5. Manage exceptions for some internet sites
6.Elimination of one or all cookies
For more information, visit the dedicated page on google.com
Mozilla Firefox
• Open the Mozilla Firefox browser
• Click on the menu in the browser toolbar next to the url entry window for navigation

• Select “Options”
• Select the “Privacy” panel
• Click on “Show advanced settings”
• In the “Privacy” section click on “Content settings”
• In the “Tracking” section you can change the following cookie settings:
1. Request sites not to make any tracking
2. Communicate to sites the availability to be tracked
3. Do not communicate any preference regarding the tracking of personal data
4. From the “History” section it is possible:
1. By enabling “Use custom settings” select to accept third-party cookies (always, from the most visited sites or never) and keep them for a specific period (until they expire, when Firefox is closed or ask every time
2. Remove the individual stored cookies
For more information, visit the dedicated page on the mozilla.org website
Internet Explorer
• Open the Internet Explorer browser
• Click on the “Tools” button and choose “Internet Options”
• Click on the “Privacy” tab and in the “Settings” section change the slider according to the desired action for cookies:
1. Block all cookies
2. Allow all cookies
3.Selection of sites from which to obtain cookies: move the cursor to an intermediate position so as not to block or allow all cookies, then press on “Sites”, in the Address web site box enter a website and then click on “Block “Or” Allow “
For more information, visit the dedicated page on the microsoft.com website
• open the Safari browser
• Click on “Safari”, select “Preferences” and click on “Privacy”
• In the “Block cookies” section, specify how Safari must accept cookies from Internet sites.
• To view which sites have stored cookies click on “Details”
For more information, visit the dedicated page on the apple.com website
Safari iOS (mobile devices)
• Open the iOS Safari Browser
• Tap “Settings” and then “Safari”
• Tap “Block cookies” and choose from the various options: “Never”, “Third-party advertisers” or “Always”
• To delete all cookies stored by Safari, tap “Settings”, then on “Safari” and finally on “Delete cookies” and data
For more information, visit the dedicated page on the apple.com website

• Open the Opera browser
• Click on “Preferences”, then on “Advanced” and finally on “Cookies”
• Select one of the following options:
1. Accept all cookies
2. Accept cookies only from the site you visit: third-party cookies that are sent from a domain other than the one you are visiting will be rejected
3. Never accept cookies: all cookies will never be saved
For more information visit the dedicated page on the opera.com website

Other older browsers (English pages)
Internet Explorer 3.0
Internet Explorer 4.0
Internet Explorer 5.0+
Internet Explorer (IE) 7.0+
Internet Explorer (IE) 8.0 + Firefox 2.0+ / 3.0+ / 4.0 + / 8.0 + Netscape Navigator 3.0
Netscape 4.0+
Netscape 6.0+

Google Google + services (for configuration visit this page)
Facebook (for configuration access to your account and go to the Privacy section)
Twitter (for configuration visit this page)
LinkedIn (for configuration visit this page)
Flash (Adobe)
Use of anonymized IP address detection
Our site, to collect statistical data on user navigation and improve communication and offer of its services, uses the online data analysis software “Google Analytics”.
This service is provided by the company “Google Inc., 1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA” (described simply as “Google” in this text). Google Analytics uses cookies (both temporary and permanent) for tracking purposes (which have various deadlines, as better described on this page) in order to recognize a user who has already visited the pages of our Site in the past. The data detected by this cookie on the use of the pages on our site are generally transmitted to a Google server in the United States (or other countries) where they are stored.
The data collected by the Google Analytics system concern, for example, information regarding the time spent on the Site, the approximate geographical origin, the entry and exit pages, the origin of visitor traffic, etc. Google will use this data to evaluate the use, compile reports on the activities of our Site and provide us with additional services related to the use of the Site and the Internet.
The data collected through these cookies will be used in aggregate form. “In aggregate form” means that the cookie and tracking systems are never associated with the person but with navigation, so no one can associate your name with the pages or websites you visit.
Furthermore, an important data such as your IP address is “anonymized” for your further peace of mind, as explained below.

On our site Google Analytics has been provided with the code “gat._anonymizeIp ();” to guarantee an anonymized detection of IP addresses (the so-called IP Masking).
Your IP address (the number assigned to your computer by your internet service provider) is shortened and therefore anonymised “” on our initiative “” by Google within the member states of the European Union or in other states of the agreement on European economic space. For this reason the user profiles created by Google Analytics are “anonymized” and this makes it impossible to trace back to the actual user. Only in special cases is the entire IP address transmitted to a Google server, and there it is abbreviated.
Your anonymized IP address transmitted by your browser within the scope of Google Analytics is not combined with other data held by Google. A transmission of these data to third parties via Google can only take place following legal provisions or in the context of data processing for third parties. Under no circumstances will Google collect your personal data with other data collected by Google.
Google adheres to the personal data principles of the “US Safe Harbor” agreement and is registered in the “Safe Harbor” program of the US Department of Commerce.
By using our site you express your consent to the processing of data collected by Google Analytics and to the methods of data processing as well as to the purpose described above.
At any time you can refuse and / or block cookies thanks to your browser settings, even if this may make it impossible to use certain features of the Site (see how to do this on this page).
Another way that you can avoid the detection of the data generated by cookies regarding your use of our Site (including your IP address) is to download and install the “Add-on browser Google Analytics deactivation”, an extension for the your browser, which you can find at this link:
On the following pages you will find the principles of privacy, security, data protection and privacy of Google Analytics:

On the following page you will find the Google Analytics Terms of Service:
On the following page you will find the types of cookies used by Google:
On the following page you will find the Google Privacy Policy:
On the following page you will find information on the use of profiling cookies by Google:
On the following page you will find the Youtube Privacy Guidelines
On the following pages you will find information on the use of profiling cookies on the DoubleClick / Google circuit:
On the following pages you will find information about PayPal cookies and its privacy policy:

Are you looking for more detailed information on cookies?
For more details on cookies and how to refuse authorization, please visit the following sites:
www.garanteprivacy.it (frequently asked questions)
Web sites and third-party services
Our Site may contain links to other websites that have their own cookies policy which may be different from the one adopted by our Site. We do not answer for this, and we invite you to read up on those sites.
Additional cookies and unexpected situations
In a dynamic environment such as the web, it may not always be possible to control cookies that are stored by third parties through this website. For example, in certain cases a given web page may contain elements incorporated by other sites: text, documents, photos or videos, all material visible on our Site but stored on third-party sites. If you find a cookie on our site that is not indicated in the following statement, please let us know. Or, as an alternative, feel free to make direct contact with the third party and ask for all the information you want about this cookie (purpose, duration and how they guarantee your privacy). In the event that you notice that a cookie is generated on a given page for a specific function (for example the display of a Google Map or a YouTube video) that on other pages ““ for the same functionality ““ is not generated, you may have stumbled upon a temporary defaillance of the site on that given page. In this unexpected case, we ask you to inform us of this, and we will immediately check and resolve it.
Visibility of this page on the Site
This page is visible through the link at the bottom of all pages of the Site, pursuant to art. 122 second paragraph of Legislative Decree 196/2003, and following the simplified procedures for the information and the acquisition of consent for the use of cookies, published in the Official Gazette No. 126 of June 3, 2014 and relative register of provisions No. 229 of May 8, 2014 .
Changes to the Site
The Website Owner reserves the right to modify the contents of the Site at any time and without prior notice. The user agrees to be bound by these possible and future revisions and therefore undertakes to visit the Site periodically to be informed of any changes.
Changes to this page
The Website Owner reserves the right to modify the contents of this page at any time and without notice. The user agrees to be bound by these possible and future revisions and therefore undertakes to visit the Site periodically to be informed of any changes.