What cookies are
Cookies are small text files sent directly from the web sites visited by the user to the user’s terminal, where they are stored to be then sent back to the site of origin the next time the same user visits it. Cookies are used for several purposes, have different characteristics and can be used by both the owner of the site being visited and third parties. Please find below all necessary information on the cookies installed through this site and the instructions on how to manage your cookie preferences.
For additional information on cookies and their function, please visit an informational Website such as allaboutcookies.org.
Cookies used by this website
Technical cookies, for which a consent is not required:
Cookies associated with activities that are necessary for the operation of the web site and the provision of services:
PHP Cookie sessions and WordPress cookies mandatory for correct execution of website
Cookies associated with the storing of user preferences and optimal navigation:
Website should be put some cookies that store preferences like languages or something else to improve your website navigation
No consent to technical cookies is required, so they are installed automatically when the user gains access to the site.
Cookies for which consent is required:
All cookies other that those mentioned above are installed or activated only if the user has given prior explicit consent thereto the first time they visit the site. Consent can be expressed in broad terms, by interacting with the short privacy notice banner placed in the landing page, according to the instructions on the banner ( by clicking on the OK or X button; or by continuing to browse, including in scroll mode, or clicking on a link); or, consent can also be given or denied selectively, as explained below. Such consent shall be tracked on subsequent visits. However, users can revoke their consent, fully or in part, at any time.
It is specified that this site does not use this type of cookies.
Other technologies (e.g. plugin, widget, local storage, etc)
Interactions with social networks and external platforms
Plugin: a software component that adds a specific feature to an existing computer program to increase or extend its original functions. The most used plugins are social network plugins, which, for instance, allow the user to follow a page or a social profile with one click, to express their “like” of web content and share such content in their social network profile with one click, etc.
Widget: user interface graphic component of a programme, used to facilitate interaction with the programme. The most used widgets are social networks ones, that allow users to open the social media in a separate browser window easily.
These services allow interaction with the social media or other external platforms directly from the pages of a site. Interaction and any information collected by the site are subject to the privacy settings of the third party that created the above technologies. To receive detailed information in accordance with article 13 of the Italian Privacy Code on the use of personal data collected as a consequence of the use of these technologies, please visit the relevant third-party web sites.
Information of said parties is shown below, together with a link to the page containing data processing information, where you shall be able to give or deny your consent, if so required by law:
Google Font API by Google http://www.google.com/intl/it/policies/privacy/
reCaptcha by Google http://www.google.com/intl/it/policies/privacy/
-ABC (identify the other technology: widget, etc) by XYZ spa (third-party company information or, for instance, facebook widget).
– +1 key and Google+ social widgets (Google): http://www.google.com/intl/it/policies/privacy/
– Like button and Facebook social widgets (Facebook):https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation
– Tweet button and Twitter social widgets (Twitter): https://twitter.com/privacy?lang=it
Localstorage is a technology used to streamline navigation that does not collect data on preferences expressed by users (for instance, it remembers a code that identifies the user’s session after login, to avoid the user having to input the user name and password in each restricted access page of the profile).
Remember, you can manage your cookie preferences also through your browser settings.
If you do not know which web browser and version you are using, click the “Help” button in the browser window to get all the necessary information.
If you do know which browser you are using click on the link to the one you are using to access the cookie management page.
Internet Explorer http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies
Google Chrome https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=it
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