Cookies Policy


(Guarantor Provision dated May 8th, 2014 published in Official Bulletin n.126 on 3rd June, 2014—transposition of EC Directive 2002/58)

This document has been drawn up exclusively to grant the user a better understanding of how cookies are used and deactivated. Please note that you, as the user, can express which cookies to accept on the website (see detailed list in the “Cookies” section below) and/or your browser settings by following the instructions provided below. You can also use an “anonymous browsing” setting that enables you to browse the Internet without any information being saved on the websites, pages visited, in particular any passwords entered or other information parameters.


WARNING: Disabling all cookies (including those required for technical purposes) may compromise or prevent the correct functioning of the website


How to disable the cookies used by this website through your browser


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If you use a web browser that is not listed above, please refer to the documentation or online help section of your browser for further information. Users are advised that the Controller acts merely as a technical intermediary for the links shown in this document, and cannot be held responsible for any changes thereof.


Cookies are small strings of computer code that a website you visit sends to your computer (usually your browser), where they are stored before being re-transmitted to the website the next time you visit it. In addition to cookies, other similar tools (web beacons / web bugs, clear GIFs or
other) that allow identification of the user or computer are also subject to the Guarantor Provision. While you are browsing a website, you may receive cookies on your computer sent by different websites or web servers (so-called “third parties”) via specific features (such as, for example, images, maps, sounds, links to pages on other domains) on the website that you are visiting. Cookies, usually present on users’ browsers in very large numbers, may be stored for long periods of time, and are used for different purposes, e.g. computer authentication, session monitoring, and storage of information regarding browsing history, etc. Further information on cookies can be found at In order to regulate your cookie settings appropriately, it is necessary to distinguish between them on the basis of the purposes for which they are used. This has been addressed by the provisions in EC Directive 2009/136, which makes it mandatory to obtain prior informed consent from users to the installation of cookies used for purposes other than the purely technical (see Article 1, paragraph 5, Letter a), of Legislative Decree no. 69, dated 28th May 2012, an amendment to Art. 122 of the Civil Code).


When visiting this website, “first-party cookies” (generated and used by this site) and also “third-party cookies” (generated on this site by third parties) may be placed on your computer or other device. Please note that disabling certain cookies may impede your ability to use the website and prevent you from fully benefiting from the features and services available. The Data Controller is not responsible for subsequent changes or additions to the information and functionality of third-party cookies. To help you decide which cookies to accept and which to refuse, please see the description of the cookies used below:



Cookie for browsing – First-party cookies

These cookies enable normal browsing and use of the website, and make it possible for your browser to connect correctly to the server. These cookies enable the website to function properly, and allow you to view its content on the device that you are using. Without these cookies, some required features such as website log-in or the creation of an online shopping cart may not be possible.

Browser cookies are technical cookies, and are necessary for the website to function properly.

Functional cookies – First- party cookies

These cookies are stored on your computer or other device and, upon your request, record which choices you make. These cookies remind the website of your browsing choices in order to optimize, improve and personalize your access to the website and/or the services you receive (e.g. registration of password in restricted areas, saving products in your cart for your next session, saving the selected language, viewing a video or granting the ability to comment on the blog etc.).

Functional cookies are not essential for the operation of the site, but improve the quality of your browsing experience.

Last updated 24 May 2018