Information on cookies

Web sites use useful and intelligent techniques to increase ease of use and make sites more interesting for each visitor. One of the best known techniques involves the use of cookies. Cookies can be used by website owners or third parties, such as advertisers, who communicate through the website visited.
Cookies are small text files that the website stores on users’ computers. The information contained in the cookies can also be used to track the exploration carried out on different websites that use the same cookie.
Cookies are classified according to the duration and the site that set them.
We believe it is essential to provide users with information on the cookies that our website uses and the purposes for which they are used. The goal is threefold: to guarantee your privacy, to ensure ease of use and to optimize the development of our websites. The explanation below illustrates in more detail the cookies used on our websites and the related purposes.

Cookies and related features

Depending on the individual objectives, different cookies are used.
The following is a list of the most common types of cookies and the purposes for which they are used.

Session cookies

Session cookies are stored temporarily in the memory of the computer while browsing a site, for example, to keep track of the chosen language. Session cookies remain stored on your computer for a short period of time. They are in fact deleted as soon as the user closes the web browser.

Permanent cookies or tracers

Persistent cookies save a file on your computer for a long time. This type of cookie has an expiration date. Persistent cookies allow websites to remember information and settings on subsequent visits by users, thus making browsing more practical and quick, since, for example, it is no longer necessary to log in.

At the expiration date, the cookie is automatically deleted when you first log in to the website that created it.

First-party cookies

These cookies are set by the websites themselves (with a domain identical to that indicated in the browser address bar) and can only be read by those sites. They are commonly used to store information such as preferences, to be used on subsequent visits to the site.

Third-party cookies

These cookies are set by domains other than those indicated in the browser’s address bar, ie by organizations that do not correspond to website owners.

The cookies used, for example, to collect information for advertising and content customization, as well as to process Web statistics, may be “third-party cookies”.

Third-party cookies allow us to obtain more complete surveys of users’ browsing habits and are believed to be more sensitive from the point of view of integrity. For this reason, most Web browsers allow you to change the settings so that these cookies are not accepted.

Flash cookies

Flash cookies (Shared Local Objects) are data that can be stored on your computer from websites that use Adobe Flash.

These cookies offer a new method to track movements and store a lot of user information much higher than normal cookies. One of the main disadvantages of Flash cookies is the inability to detect them in the browser. In fact, they do not appear in the list that is displayed when you consult the cookies currently present in the Web browser. The normal HTTP cookies are not able to store more than 4 Kilobytes of data, while Flash cookies can save up to 100 Kilobytes.

The technological design of Flash cookies is similar to that of cookies. Almost all Web browsers have a Flash player that is used to view Flash presentations. A famous example of Flash presentations is the video player on the YouTube site. (Flash cookies are not only associated with YouTube, but are valid for all websites that use Flash cookies).

There is no time limit for Flash cookies. They remain then stored until you proceed to delete them.

How to disable Flash cookies

Flash cookies can not be blocked or managed in the browser, because they are stored in another location, ie in the General Settings panel of the storage in the online resource management settings of the Adobe site.

Settings Manager is accessed from the Adobe website, but runs locally on the computer. Web site storage settings displays all Flash cookies currently stored on your computer. These cookies can be deleted individually from individual sites or all together. You can also increase or decrease the size in Kilobytes of all information stored on your computer.

To avoid the storage of Flash cookies, simply access the General settings of the storage and disable the option “Allow third-party Flash content to store data on your computer”.

To disable Flash cookies site by site, you need to access the Settings Manager.

If Flash cookies are deactivated, we can no longer guarantee the correct execution of all the functions of our website.

Cookies used

Third-party cookies


This site is built with WordPress. These tools use cookies that are necessary for the correct use of the site. If these cookies are not accepted, the site can not function as intended.

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Google Analytics

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”).
Google Analytics uses “cookies”, which are text files placed on your computer to allow the website to analyze how users use the site. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your anonymous IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information for the purpose of examining your use of the website, compiling reports on website activity for website operators and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. You may refuse to use cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser, but please note that if you do this you may not be able to use all the features of this website. By using this website, you consent to the processing of data about you by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above.

You can prevent Google from detecting a cookie that is generated due to and related to your use of this website (including your IP address) and the processing of such data by downloading and installing this browser plugin.

Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and other social networks

Social plugins are included so users can promote or share pages through social media networks. These plugins work with third-party cookies. If you click on these buttons, these cookies are sent to the respective service.

How to manage cookies on your PC

If you want to allow cookies from our site, please follow the steps below:

Google Chrome

  1. Click on “Tools” at the top of the browser window and select Options
  2. Click on the “Stuff” tab, find the “Privacy” section, and select the “Content settings” button
  3. Now select “Allow local data to be set”

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0

  1. Click on “Tools” at the top of the browser window and select “Internet Options”, then click on the “Privacy” tab
  2. To enable cookies in your browser, make sure the privacy level is set to Medium or below,
  3. Setting the privacy level above medium will disable the use of cookies.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click on “Tools” at the top of the browser window and select “Options”
  2. Then select the Privacy icon
  3. Click on Cookies, then select “allow sites to use cookies”


  1. Click the Cog icon at the top of the browser window and select the “Preferences” option
  2. Click on “Security”, select the option that says “Block third-party and advertising cookies”
  3. Click “Save”

How to manage cookies on Mac

If you want to allow cookies from our site, please follow the steps below:

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 on OSX

  1. Click on “Explore” at the top of the browser window and select the “Preferences” option
  2. Scroll down until you see “Cookies” in the Receiving File section
  3. Select the “Do not ask” option

Safari on OSX

  1. Click on “Safari” at the top of the browser window and select the “Preferences” option
  2. Click on “Security” and then “Accept cookies”
  3. Select “Only from the site”

Mozilla and Netscape on OSX

  1. Click on “Mozilla” or “Netscape” at the top of the browser window and select the “Preferences” option
  2. Scroll down until you see cookies under “Privacy and security”
  3. Select “Enable cookies only for the site of origin”


  1. Select “Enable cookies only for the site of origin”
  2. Select “Enable cookies only for the site of origin”
  3. Then select the “Accept cookies” option

Disabling/activating or deleting cookies

Cookies can be limited or blocked using the browser settings

If you prefer that websites do not store any cookies on your computer, set your browser to be notified before archiving each cookie. Alternatively, you can set your browser to refuse all cookies or only third-party cookies. You can also delete all cookies already in the system. It is important to note that the settings must be changed separately in each browser and computer used.
If you set the blocking of the storage of cookies, we can no longer guarantee the proper functioning of the website. Some features of the site may be unavailable and may not be able to view certain websites. Furthermore, blocking cookies does not eliminate the display of cookies. advertisements. Simply, these will no longer be tailored to your interests and will be reproposed more frequently.
In each browser the settings are changed following a different procedure. If necessary, use the browser’s help function to define the correct settings.
To disable cookies on a mobile phone, consult the relevant manual for further information.

More detailed information on cookies on the Internet can be found at