Cookie policy


This Cookie Policy, made pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree 196/03, the Code on the Protection of Personal Data (hereinafter also abbreviated Code) is intended to illustrate the types, ways of use and to provide information on actions to refuse or eliminate cookies on the website, if you wish.


Cookies are packets of information sent by a web server (eg the site) to the user's Internet browser, which are automatically stored on the computer and automatically returned to the server every time they access the site. By default, almost all web browsers are set to accept cookies automatically. Typically, cookies can be installed: directly by the owner and / or responsible of the website (c.d. cookies of the first part) from those outside the website visited by the user (c.d. third party cookies). Unless otherwise specified, it is recalled that these cookies fall under the direct and exclusive responsibility of the same operator. More privacy and usage information can be found directly on the sites of their respective owners.


This website may also use, in combination with each other, the following types of cookies classified according to the information provided by the Guarantor Privacy and, within the European Union, by the Working Group pursuant to art. 29: Sessions that are not persistently stored on the user's computer and are deleted when the browser is closed are strictly limited to the transmission of session identifiers needed to allow site safe and efficient browsing without resorting to other techniques potentially disruptive IT skills for the privacy of user browsing.

Persistent: they remain stored on your computer hard drive until they expire or are deleted by users / visitors. Through persistent cookies, visitors to the site (or other users who use the same computer) are automatically recognized at each visit. Visitors can set up their computer browser so that they accept / reject all cookies or display a warning each time a cookie is offered to evaluate whether or not to accept it. However, you can change the default configuration and disable cookies (ie lock them permanently) by setting the highest protection level.

Technicians: are the cookies used to authenticate, to use multimedia content such as a flash player or to allow the choice of the navigation language. In general, it is not necessary to acquire the prior informed and informed consent of the user. Also included in this case are cookies used to statistically analyze site visits / visits only when used solely for statistical purposes and by collecting information in aggregate form.

Non-technical: All cookies are used for profiling and marketing purposes. Their use on user terminals is forbidden if they have not been adequately informed beforehand and have not provided a valid consensus according to the opt-in technique.

These types of cookies are, in turn, groupable by the functions they perform in:

  • Analytics: The cookies used to collect and analyze statistical information about visits / visits to the website. In some cases, associated with other information such as credentials for access to restricted areas (your e-mail address and password) can be used to profile the user (personal habits, visited sites, downloaded content, types of interactions, etc.). By way of example, Google Inc. has aggregate statistical information useful to evaluate the use of the website and the activities carried out by the visitor store the information collected by the cookie on servers that may be located in the United States or other countries . Google reserves the right to transfer the information collected with its cookie to third parties where this is required by law or where the third party process information on its behalf. Google makes sure you do not associate your IP address with any other possessed data in order to get a more detailed user profile.
  • Widgets: This category includes all those graphical components of a program's user interface, which is intended to facilitate the user's interaction with the program itself. By way of example, there are widgets for Facebook, google +, twitter cookies.
  • Advertsing: This category includes cookies used to advertise within a site.
  • Web beacons: This category includes code snippets that allow a website to transfer or collect information through a graphics image request. Websites can use them for various purposes, such as web site analysis, control and reporting on advertising, and customization of advertising and content.


The following table shows the name / code of the cookie installed, the type, the purpose / description of the same on the website, a special field is provided to grant / deny the consent to install the cookie

Cookie or Code Name: Google Analytics 
Type: Third-party Analytics cookies
Purpose/description: The Site Manager uses the web analytics service provided by Google Inc. to have anonymous and quantitative and qualitative aggregate information useful to improve the usability of the services and information rendered and the visitor's experience on the site .

In particular, the cookies used are:

  • _ga is a persistent cookie with a two-year expiration from the time it is written. Distinguishes unique users by assigning a randomly generated number. It's included on each site page and is used to create site visitor browsing, session data, and campaign reports.
  • _gat is a cookie with a deadline of ten minutes. Speed up access requests.
  • For more information on how Google Analytics works, read this page.

To grant or deny Google Analytics cookies permission, use its footer form

Cookie or Code Name: SESSID (preceded / followed by an alphanumeric code)
Type: First-party technical cookies
Purpose/description: Session cookies used to determine the user's navigation session Consent Not required
Consent Not required

Cookie or Code Name: PHPSESSID
Type: First-party technical cookies
Purpose/description: A cookie used to establish a user session and to pass status data through a temporary cookie, commonly referred to as a session cookie. Closing the page is automatically deleted.
Consent Not required

Cookie or Code Name: LtpaToken/LtpaToken2
Type: First-party technical cookie
Purpose/description: Cookies allow session logging using the value of the LTPA Token cookie. As a post-authorization form, it is designed to allow for single sign-on functionality.
Consent Not required

Cookie or Code Name: iclcurrent_language
Type: First-party technical cookie
Purpose/description: Cookie used for automatic language recognition by the user
Consent Not required

Cookie or Code Name: Adform Tipologia: Profiling
Cookie policy:

Cookie or Code Name: Doubleclick
Type: Adserving Cookie policy:

Cookie or Code Name: Amnet, managed by Amnet Italia Srl, for which we encourage you to consult the privacy policies and their intended use, operating procedures and procedures to refuse the installation of their cookies at www.amnetgroup. com / terms-and-privacy /

Cookie or Code Name: Rocketfuel
Type: Profiling Cookie policy:


The website may use / use Adobe Flash Player to offer some multimedia content. On most computers, the program is set to "default". If you use some of these content, Google Analytics stores additional data on your computer, also known as Flash Cookies (or Local Share Object), through which the Owner is able to know the total number of times a certain audio / video file is opened, the number of people who uses it until the end, and how many people close it before the end. The Adobe website provides information on how to remove or disable Flash cookies (see Please note that limiting and / or deleting the use of this kind of flash cookies may undermine the functions available for Flash-based applications.


Below are instructions on how to disable / delete cookies, based on the type of browser you are using. It is recalled that some technical cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the site, and their possible uninstallation may preclude navigation. To refuse the use of Google Analytics Cookies, as indicated on the link, you must change your browser configuration by downloading the Add-in for JavaScript deactivation atthe following link.

Additionally, depending on the browser you are using, you can proceed to disable cookies by following the specific instructions provided: