Extended note on cookie consent banners
This "extended information note" has been prepared specifically for this website according to an Ordinance dated May 8, 2014 issued by the Authority for the protection of personal data. This complements and updates other information already on the site and / or previously released by the company, integrating all the elements required by the EU regulation 2016/679 art. 13 and subsequent measures of the National Data Protection Authority.
We inform all third parties that the use of this information, or just parts of it, on other websites in relation to which it would certainly not be relevant and / or incorrect and / or inconsistent, may result in the imposition of heavy sanctions by the National Data Protection Authority.
Subject on the information note
Our company uses, in these web pages, so-called "cookies" and this statement has the purpose of instructing the user in a clear and precise manner about their use. This document supersedes and replaces any previous information provided by the company in terms of cookies, which are to be considered completely outdated.
What are cookiesCookies are small text files sent from a website and stored on the user's computer (or tablet, smartphone etc.) while the user is browsing. These are then recorded and sent back to the website of origin the next time the user browses the same website.
Types of cookies and related purposes
Cookies used in this website are of the following kind:
- Technical cookies: optimize and facilitate browsing through the website and promotes the efficient use of the services and/or the various options that it offers, allowing for example to make a purchase or to authenticate access to restricted areas. These cookies are necessary to improve website usability; however, they can still be deactivated.
- Third-party Cookies: these are installed on the user's terminal through third-party websites. The third-party cookies, which mainly have a purpose of analysis, originate mostly from the functions of Google Analytics. More information about Google Analytics can be found at the following link: http://www.google.it/intl/it/analytics.
To disable cookies and to prevent Google Analytics from collecting data, you can download from the browser an additional component for Google Analytics clicking on the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
The browser’s settings
In particular, the user can program the so-called "private browsing", through which the browser interrupts the automatic saving of historic sites visited, and related passwords entered, cookies and other information about web pages previously visited.
Please note that if you choose to turn off all cookies (even those of a technical nature), the quality and speed of the services offered by this website may worsen drastically and access to some sections of the website may be lost.
Practical instructions for the correct set up of the browser
Google Chrome: Click the icon labelled "Customize and control Google Chrome" located in the upper right corner, then select the menu item called "Settings". In the window that opens, select the menu item called "Show Advanced Settings" and then the menu item called "Privacy", then click on "Content Settings" where you can block all or part of the cookies.
Microsoft Internet Explorer: click on the icon called "Tools" located in the upper right corner, then select the menu item called "Internet Options". In the window that opens, select the menu item called "Privacy" where you can block all or part of the cookies.
Mozilla Firefox: from the drop-down menu on the upper left corner, click on "Options". In the window that opens click on "Privacy", where you can block all or part of the cookies.
Final draft of the present document: 04/09/2018