according to the European personal data law General data protection regulation (GDPR)


To make this site work well, we sometimes install small data files called "cookies" on your device. Even most of the big sites do the same.



A cookie is a small text file that sites save on your computer or mobile device while you visit them. Thanks to cookies, the site remembers your actions and preferences (e.g. login, language, font size and other display settings) so that you do not have to re-enter them when you return to the site or browse from one page to another.



In some pages we use cookies to remember:

  • display preferences, e.g. contrast settings or font sizes
  • if you have already responded to a pop-up survey on the usefulness of the content found, to avoid repeating it
  • if you have authorized the use of cookies on the site.
  • In addition, some videos placed on our pages use a cookie to anonymously process statistics on how you got on the page and what videos you saw.

It is not necessary to enable cookies for the site to work, but doing so improves navigation. It is possible to delete or block cookies, however in this case some functions of the site may not work properly.

The information regarding cookies is not used to identify users and browsing data always remain under our control. These cookies are used exclusively for the purposes described here.



Some pages or certain subsites may also use other cookies other than those already described. In this case, the related information will be provided on a specific page. You may be asked to authorize the installation of these cookies.


These cookies allow our websites to store information that changes the behavior or appearance of the sites themselves, such as the preferred language or the geographical area in which you are. By memorizing the geographic area, for example, a website may be able to offer you local weather forecasts or local traffic news. Cookies can also help you change the size of the text, the font and other customizable parts of the web pages.


The loss of the information stored in a preferences cookie could make the experience on the website less functional but should not compromise its functioning.

Most Google users have a preferences cookie called "PREF" in their browsers. A browser sends this cookie with requests to Google sites. The PREF cookie may store your preferences and other information, in particular your preferred language (for example Italian), the number of search results you want to display for each page (for example 10 or 20) and your preference for activation of the Google SafeSearch filter.

We use security cookies to authenticate users, prevent fraudulent use of login credentials and protect user data from unauthorized individuals.


For example, we use a cookie called "lbcs" which allows Google Docs to open many documents in a single browser. Blocking this cookie could compromise the correct functioning of Google Docs.

We use cookies to make advertising more engaging for users and more useful for publishers and advertisers. Some common uses of cookies include selecting advertising based on what is relevant for a user, improving campaign performance reports and being able to avoid showing ads that the user has already seen.

Google uses cookies, such as PREF, NID and SID cookies, to help personalize ads in Google properties, such as Google Search. For example, we use them to store your most recent searches, your previous interactions with an advertiser's ads or search results and your visits to an advertiser's website. This way we can show you personalized ads on Google.

We also use cookies for advertising that we publish all over the web. Our main cookie for advertising on non-Google sites is called "id" and is stored in the browser under the doubleclick.net domain. We also use others with names such as _drt_, FLC and exchange_uid.

Sometimes, a cookie may be set on the domain of the site you are visiting. In the case of our DoubleClick product, a cookie called "__gads" may be set on the domain of the site you are visiting.


Other Google properties, such as YouTube, may also use DoubleClick cookies to show more relevant ads. Learn more about ads and YouTube.

Google also uses conversion cookies whose primary purpose is to allow advertisers to determine how many people who click on their ads end up buying their products. These cookies allow Google and the advertiser to determine that you clicked on the ad and then visited the advertiser's site. Conversion cookies are not displayed by Google for interest-based ad targeting and persist for a limited period of time. These cookies are generally set in the googleadservices.com or google.com/ads domain. Conversion cookie data may also be used in association with your Google account to connect conversion events between the various devices you use. Only anonymous conversion data collected through these cookies are shared with advertisers.

Some of the other cookies may also be used to measure conversion events. For example, DoubleClick and Google Analytics cookies could also be used for this purpose and be set in the domain you are visiting.

Websites often collect information on how users interact with them. This may include the pages most often visited by users and the possibility that users receive error messages from certain pages. We use these "session state cookies" to improve our services and the browsing experience of our users. Blocking or deleting these cookies will not render the website unusable.


These cookies could also be used to measure the effectiveness of PPC (Pay Per Click) advertising and affiliate advertising.

For example, we use a cookie called "recently_watched_video_id_list" to allow YouTube to record the most recently watched videos from a particular browser.

Google Analytics is a Google analysis tool that helps website and app owners understand how visitors interact with the content they own. A set of cookies can be used to collect information and generate website usage statistics without personal identification of individual visitors by Google.


In addition to generating reports on website usage statistics, the Google Analytics pixel tag can be used, together with some advertising cookies described above, to allow us to show more relevant results in Google properties (such as Google Search) and across the web.

Read more information about Analytics cookies and privacy.



__utma - Cookie used by Google Analytics. For info on the duration, see the related documentation



The Site uses Google Analytics.

This is a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. ("Google") that uses cookies that are stored on the user's computer to allow statistical analysis in aggregate form in order to use the website visited.



Puoi controllare e/o verificare i cookies  come vuoi – per saperne di più, vai su aboutcookies.orgYou can delete cookies already on your computer and set almost all browsers to block their installation. If you choose this option, however, you will have to manually change some preferences every time you visit the site and it is possible that some services or certain functions are not available.


Most browsers allow you to manage your cookie preferences. You can set your browser to refuse cookies or to delete only some of them. In the same way that the use of cookies is disabled, other similar technologies can be disabled. The following links show how you can set preferences on the most commonly used browsers:

Please remember that if you choose to block the reception of cookies, this may compromise or prevent the proper functioning of the Service.



For more information on the use of cookies and how to block them, you can visit the sites:
www.youronlinechoices.eu for Europe or
for the United States.

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