1. Cookie Information
Web sites use useful and intelligent techniques to increase ease of use and make the sites more attractive to each visitor. One of the best known techniques involves using cookies. Cookies can be used by website owners or third parties, such as advertisers, who communicate through the visited web site. Cookies are small text files that the Web site stores on users' computers. The information contained in the cookies can also be used to track the scans that are made on different websites that use the same cookie.
Cookies are classified according to the duration and site that set them up.
We believe it is essential to provide users with information about the cookies that our Web site uses and the purposes for which they are used. The objective is threefold: to ensure your privacy, to ensure the simplicity of use and to optimize the development of our website. The following explanation gives more details about the cookies used on our website and its purpose.
2. Using cookies on our part
We use cookies to collect statistical data on visitors and to record information about your preferences while browsing websites. Our purpose in using cookies is to improve the experience our site offers to visitors.
3. Cookies and their functionality
Depending on individual goals, different cookies are used.
Below is a list of the most popular cookie types and the purposes for which they are used.
3.1. Session Cookies
Session cookies are temporarily stored in the computer's memory while browsing a site, for example, to keep track of the language you choose. Session cookies remain stored on your computer for a short period of time. They are deleted as soon as the user closes the web browser.
3.2. Permanent cookies or tracers
Permanent cookies save a file on your computer for a long time. This type of cookie has an expiration date. Permanent cookies allow web sites to remember information and settings for subsequent user visits, thus making scanning more practical and quick, since, for example, you no longer have to log in.
At the expiration date, the cookie will automatically be deleted when you first access the Web site that created it.
3.3. First-party cookies
These cookies are set by the web sites themselves (with the same domain as the one in the browser address bar) and can only be read from those sites. They are commonly used to store information such as preferences, to be used for subsequent visits to the site.
3.4. Third party cookies
These cookies are set from domains other than those indicated in the browser address bar, or from organizations that do not match the owners of the Web sites.
For example, cookies used to collect information for advertising purposes and content customization, as well as for processing Web statistics, may be "third-party cookies".
Third-party cookies let you get more comprehensive user browsing habits and feel they are more sensitive to integrity. For this reason, most Web browsers can change settings so that such cookies are not accepted.
3.5. Flash Cookies
Flash (Local Shared Objects) cookies are data that can be stored on your computer from websites that use Adobe Flash.
These cookies offer a new way to track movements and store a lot of information about the user much higher than normal cookies. One of the main disadvantages of Flash cookies is the inability to locate them within the browser. They do not appear in the list that appears when you consult cookies currently in your web browser. Normal HTTP cookies can not store more than 4 kilobytes of data, while Flash cookies can save up to 100 kilobytes.
Flash cookie technology design is similar to that of cookies. Almost all Web browsers have a Flash player that is used to display Flash presentations. A famous example of Flash presentations is the YouTube video player. (Flash cookies are not only associated with YouTube, but are valid for all websites using Flash cookies).
There is no time limit for Flash cookies. They remain archived until they are deleted.

3.5.1 Purpose of Flash cookies

We use Flash cookies to collect statistical data.

3.5.2 How to disable Flash cookies

Flash cookies can not be blocked or managed in the browser because they are stored in a different location, or in the General Storage Settings panel in the online resource management site of Adobe's site.

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

To avoid storing Flash cookies, simply go to General Storage Settings and turn off the "Allow Third Party Flash Content to Store Data on Your Computer" option.

To disable Flash site site site cookies, you must log in to Settings Manager.

If Flash cookies are turned off, we will no longer be able to guarantee the correct execution of all the features of our Web site.

4. List of cookies set by our site

Nome cookie Scopo Data di scadenza
Google Analytics    
__utma Questo cookie identifica univocamente i visitatori 2 anni dopo impostazione/aggiornamento
__utmb In alcuni dei nostri siti e in determinate pagine Web utilizziamo Google Analytics per raccogliere dati a fini statistici. Questo cookie determina la sessione del visitatore. 30 minuti dopo la visita
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__utmz Questo cookie tiene traccia delle origini traffico e dell'esplorazione. 6 mesi dopo impostazione/aggiornamento
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