The Italian Data Protection Authority issued guidelines for the use of cookies in the web pages, by imposing that at the first access a banner allows the visitor to know about the web site cookies policy and to decide whether accepting them or not.

In this page you will find detailed information about the used cookies.

  1. What are cookies?
    Cookies are text files that web sites send to the user browser and that are saved on the user device and then resent at the next visit.

  2. Which is the aim of cookie?
    They are used to monitor sessions, to authenticate the user without asking continuously the account information, and so on.

  3. What are technical cookies?
    Technical cookies are used for making easier the user navigation and access (e.g., to avoid continuous authentications).

  4. What are profiling cookies?
    Profiling cookies are used for tracing the user navigation and making profiles of her preferences/interest. They are mostly used for advertisement purposes.

Cookies in this web site

Google Analytics cookies: this web site uses some Google Analytics plugins that can trace information of the user. They are used only for collecting information like the type of used browser, the browser screen resolution, the country of the user, the visited pages and downloaded files. No user profiling occurs due also to the fact that the Google Analytics plugin settings are such that the IP addresses are anonymized. For further information you could visit the cookie policy web page of Google Analytics.

Anonymous navigation

Main browsers allow to disable cookies savings and to make anonymous the user navigation. Detailed instructions are available at the browsers technical support web pages:

  1. Here you can find the Wikipedia description of cookies

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