What are cookies?
A “cookie” is a small text file created on a computer by its user as soon as the latter accesses a specific website; it has the scope of storing and moving information. Cookies are sent from a web server (the computer on which the visited website is processed) to the user’s browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.), being then stored on his/her computer; cookies are then re-sent to the website during subsequent visits. In the course of the browsing, the user could also receive on its terminal cookies coming from different websites (c.d. cookies of “third parties”), set directly from operators of such websites, used for a final purpose and according to the modalities defined by them.
Types of cookies used by the website herein
The website uses technical cookies which, as pursuant to Article 122 of the privacy code and according to the measure of the Privacy Guarantor of 8 May 2014, do not require consent from the user.
More precisely the website uses: PHPSESSID: a technical cookie of first party, developed especially in order for the site to memorize preferences and settings of browsing, by recognising it and by avoiding that the short information on cookies contained in the banner might reappear in case that connection to the website was made by the date of expiration. It activates by clicking “ok” on the banner within a deadline of 30 days. In the absence of these cookies, the website could not operate correctly.
Cookies of “third parties”
Through the website some “third parties” cookies are installed, even former ones, who activate by clicking “ok” on the banner for 30 days. These indicate in detail the single cookies of “third parties”, as well as the links through which the user can receive more information and require the deactivation of cookies.
The Website uses Google Analytics. It concerns a service of web analysis provided by Google Inc. (“Google”) which uses some cookies that are then deposited on the computer of the user in order to allow statistic analysis in aggregate form regarding the use of the visited website.
Google preserves the data generated by Google Analytics as indicated in the information available at
In order to consult the privacy information of the Google Inc. society, autonomous proprietor of data relative to the Google Analytics service, the references arrive from the Internet website
It must be noted that the function of de-identification IP given by Google has been activated.
The following link ?hl=it includes the additional component of the browser for the deactivation of Google Analytics.
Buttons and widget of social network
The website incorporates buttons in order to share the main social network platforms, google maps and embedded videos uploaded for example by youtube.com. The interaction (click) with such instruments can lead to the installation of “third parties” cookies that can be used by the corresponding companies also for advertising purposes. In order to receive the adequate information in respect to such services we invite you to consult the following pages: twitter / google products: you tube, google+, google maps / facebook / pinterest / instagram / youtube / vimeo
Methods of processing
Instruments automated by the proprietor carry out the processing. No diffusion or communication is conducted.
Provision of data
With the exception of technical cookies that are strictly necessary to normal browsing, the contribution of data is determined by those deciding to browse on the website after having taken vision of the short information contained in the appropriate banner and after analysis the benefit of the services involving the installation of cookies (as with the sharing of the content through Add This). The person concerned can therefore avoid the installation of cookies by maintaining the banner (therefore abstaining from closing it by clicking the button “ok”), as well as through the appropriate functions available on its own browser.
Disabling access to cookies
It is possible to modify the settings of the browser in order to deactivate cookies through a very simple procedure. Attention: disabling cookies can block the website from having access to some basic functions, such as the registration or the access to reserved areas and interactive functions.
1. Open Firefox
2. Press the button “Alt” on the keyboard.
3. In the toolbar situated in the superior part of the browser, select “Instruments” and successively “Options”.
4. The select the tab “Privacy”.
5. Go to “History settings”: then, successively, go to “Use custom settings”. Deselect “Accept cookies from sites” and save preferences.
1. Open Internet Explorer.
2. Click on the button “Tools” and then on “Internet Options”.
3. Choose the “Privacy” tab and move the slider on the privacy level that you wish to set (upwards in order to block all cookies or downwards to allow them all).
4. Then click on OK.
1. Open Google Chrome.
2. Click on the “Tools” icon.
3. Select “Settings” and successively “Advanced setting”.
4. Select “Settings of content” underneath the tab “Privacy”
5. From the tab “Cookie and data of websites” it will be possible to look for and erase specific cookies.
1. Digit chrome://settings/cookies in the browser address bar and press enter.
2. Access the tab “Cookie and data of websites” where it will be possible to look for and erase specific cookies.
1. Open Safari.
2. Choose “Preferences” in the toolbar, then select the panel “Security” in the following dialog box.
3. In the section “Accept cookie” it is possible to specify whether and when Safari must save cookies from websites. For further information click on the Help button (marked by a question mark)
4. For further information regarding those cookies being stored on your computer, press on “Show cookie”.
Rights of the interested party
By addressing the owner of the treatment and sending an email to email@example.com, the person concerned will be able to exercise the rights stated in Art. 7 of D.Lgs. 30 June 2003 n. 196, which are reported in the text below.
Art. 7 D. Lgs. 196/2003
1. The person concerned has the right to obtain the confirmation of the existence or non-existence of personal data regarding oneself, even when not yet registered, and their communication in intelligible form.
2. The person concerned has the right to obtain the evidence of:
a) the origin of personal data;
b) the purpose and modality of treatment;
c) the logic applied in case the treatment is carried out with the aid of electronic means;
d) identity of the data controller, of the supervisors and of the representative designated pursuant to Article 5.2;
e) the parties or those categories of parties to which personal data can be communicated to or who can gain knowledge of them in quality of representatives of the State, as officers or processors in charge.
3. The person concerned has the right to obtain:
a) the updating, the correction or, when they are interested, additions to the data;
b) the cancellation, the transformation into anonymous form, or blocking data processed in violation of law, including those not needing to be preserved in relation to the motives for which they have been collected or successively processed;
c) a certification proving that those to which the data have been communicated or spread, have been notified of the operations specified in letters a) and b), also regarding their content, except for the situation where the completion results impossible or it requires the use of means clearly disproportionate to the right that is being protected.
4. The person concerned has the right to contest, partly or fully:
a) for legitimate reasons linked to the handling of personal data concerning themselves, even when pertinent to the purpose of the collection;
b) the handling of personal data regarding themselves for the purpose of having advertisement of direct sales material, or for the completion of market research or for commercial communication.