Cookie Policy

This Site makes use of Cookies.

With this document, pursuant to art. 13 and 122 of Legislative Decree 196/2003 (“Privacy Code”), as well as in accordance with the General Provision of the Guarantor Privacy of May 8, 2014, provide some site users with information on the cookies used.

Cookies are used on our website and in our e-mails to provide users with a better service and experience. This document describes the categories of cookies we use.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files stored by the browser on your computer’s hard drive. Whenever a user visits our website again, the browser gives us these cookies so that we can offer you a personalized experience that reflects your interests and preferences and facilitates access to our services.

Do we use cookies on the site?

Yes, we use cookies to improve the site and provide services and functionality to its users.
You can restrict or disable the use of cookies via your web browser; however, without some cookies some or all of the site’s functionality may be unusable..

Technical Cookies

Technical cookies may be used to allow users to access the services required through our website. Without these cookies, we would not be able to provide the required services. For example, technical cookies can be used to:

  • Allow users to access safe areas of our website without having to log in
  • Remember any actions that you execute (for example, completing a form) when you go back to the previous page of a session

Analytical cookies

Analytical cookies could be used to get information about using the website, ad listings, and emails, and to alert us for any errors. In addition, these cookies allow you to obtain detailed technical information, such as the last visited page, the number of pages visited, whether an e-mail has been opened, what parts of the web site or e-mails are clicked by the users and time spent between one click and another. This information may be associated with user details such as IP address, domain, or browser; however, they are analyzed together with other people’s information so they do not identify a particular user over the other. For example, these cookies could be used on our Web site to:

  • Analyze and improve the performance and design of our website, ad listings, and e-mail
  • Quantify the response to our advertising listings and improve their effectiveness
  • Calculate the errors that occur on our website to improve the service and handle any complaints

To see the privacy statement for the Google Analytics service, you can visit the Google Privacy Policy page in Italian.
The following link to is also made available by Google the browser add-in for deactivating Google Analytics.


Third Party Detection Cookies

Third-party discovery cookies could be sent to the user’s device from our partners’ websites. These cookies are used to determine when partners redirect a user to our website and whether the user in question purchases a product or service. Information could be shared with our partners anonymously, so you do not identify a particular user over the other. In addition, this information is provided in accordance with our contractual obligations with partners to help them improve the effectiveness of their sites.

Functionality cookies

These cookies are not essential, but allow you to take advantage of various useful features on our website. For example, they may be used on our website to:

  • Remember the user-selected preferences during previous visits, such as country / language, interests, and presentation of the website (layout, font size, colors, and so on). In this way, you will not have to re-enter this information
  • Remember the answers to questions posed by our site, such as participation in customer satisfaction surveys, so that they are not re-presented to you.
  • Provide information that allows the use of optional services, such as watching an online video or posting a comment on a blog.

Third Party Cookies

When a user uses our website, some cookies that are not controlled by us may be stored. This happens, for example, if the user visits a page that contains content from a third-party website. As a result, you will receive cookies from these third-party services. Cookies do not contain personal information, unless the user has accessed the account. For example, third-party cookies might originate from:

  • YouTube o Facebook
  • Facebook
  • Twitter

Our site does not control the storage or access to these cookies. For more information on using third-party cookies, see the Privacy Policy and the cookies for the services in question.

Facebook Button and Facebook Social Widgets (Facebook, Inc.)
The “I Like” button and social Facebook widgets are social interaction services with Facebook’s social network, provided by Facebook, Inc.
Personal Data Collected: Cookies and Usage Data.
Place of treatment: USA – Privacy Policy

Tweet Button and Twitter Social Widgets (Twitter, Inc.)
Tweet button and Twitter social widgets are social interaction services with Twitter social network, provided by Twitter, Inc.
Personal Data Collected: Cookies and Usage Data.

Place of treatment: USA – Privacy Policy

AddThis, Inc. button (“AddThis”, “we”, “us”, or “our” button)
Addthis button and addthis social widgets are interaction services with AddThis, Inc. (“AddThis”, “we”, “us”, or “our”)
Personal Data Collected: Cookies and Usage Data.
Place of treatment: USA – Privacy Policy

How to change cookie settings

Most browsers allow you to clear cookies from your computer’s hard disk, block cookies, or receive a warning before a cookie is stored.

How can I restrict or disable cookies?

Each browser offers methods to restrict or disable cookies. For more information about managing cookies, visit the appropriate links: