This information has the specific purpose of illustrating the types, methods of use as well as providing indications about the actions to refuse or eliminate the cookies on the website.

1. What are cookies

Cookies small text files containing information that are saved directly on the user's device and automatically sent back to the server at every occurrence or subsequent access to the site. Usually a cookie contains the name of the website from which the cookie originates, its duration, and a value. By default, almost all web browsers are set to automatically accept cookies.

2. What cookies are used for

Cookies are used to authenticate, save and monitor sessions and to store information. Through the use of cookies it is also possible to collect and monitor data and information on the habits of website visitors in order to profile users for promotional activities or targeted marketing operations.

3. Origin of cookies

Cookies can be created and managed directly from the website you are visiting or they can be created and managed by third parties.

4. Which cookies are used in

Own cookies:

All the own Cookies of fall under the category of technical cookies for which the information provided is mandatory but not the explicit consent of the user.

Navigation or session
cookies Session cookies automatically generated by the server.
cookies Cookie for displaying the Cookie Policy warning message.

Third party cookies:

Google analytics
This web analysis service collects information on how visitors use our site, on the site the user comes from, on the number of visits by each user and how long the user stays on the site. This information does not record specific details concerning the single user and is used to create statistics on the use of the web at an aggregate level. Use a set of cookies to collect the necessary information. Google may use the data collected to contextualize and personalize the advertisements of its advertising network.
Link to the Privacy policy

Google Ads
Google Ads is a Google service used for conversion tracking and remarketing. Google Ads uses and manages cookies to collect the information necessary for its operation.
Link to the Privacy policy

Facebook Like and Share
The Facebook Like and Share button allows you to interact with the Facebook social network. These features create cookies on your browser by Facebook. More information and third party consent forms can be found at the link to the service provider's Privacy policy .

Facebook pixel
retargeting Retargeting or remarketing allows you to customize Facebook advertisements based on the pages previously visited by users. More information and third party consent forms can be found at the link to the service provider's Privacy policy .

5. Control, cancellation and prohibition of cookies

By browsing on the user implicitly consents to the use of cookies. By default, browsers generally accept the use of cookies from both third party sites. It is however possible to change these settings with different modes depending on the type of browser used.
If different devices are used to view and access the Internet Sites (for example, computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.), it is necessary to make sure that each browser on each device is adjusted to reflect cookie preferences.
Disabling cookies may affect the user experience of the site, for example you may not be able to visit certain specific sections or receive personalized information.
To manage the use of cookies, it is necessary to change the browser settings as shown below for the most popular browsers:
Internet Explorer: Management of cookies
Mozilla Firefox: Management of cookies
Google Chrome: Management of cookies
Opera: Management of cookies
Safari: Management Cookies

Other tools for managing cookies:
Additional browser component for deactivating Google Analytics
Tool for the control and deactivation of some third-party cookies (in English)
Tool for the control and deactivation of some third-party cookies