Privacy Statement (art.13 D.Lgs. 196/2003). Pursuant to Article 13 of the Privacy Code (Italian Legislative Decree no. 196 of 30 June 2003), below we set out our statement concerning the handling of the personal data of users (hereinafter “Users”) who interact with this website (hereinafter “Site”). This statement relates solely to any treatment of users’ personal data handled during and on occasion of browsing on the Site. Specific Privacy Statements will be available on our webpages when asking for specific requests.

1 . Purpose of data handling and processing

Users data are collected and used to allow browsing on the Site, improve the browsing experience and also to respond to any requests or communications from Users.

2. Types of data handled

Browsing data: during the course of their normal operation, the information technology systems and software procedures used to operate this Site capture some personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols. This category of data includes IP addresses or the domain names of the computers used by Users who connect to the Site, the addresses in URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) format of the requested resources, the time when the request is made, the method used to submit the request to the server, and other parameters concerning the User’s operating system and computer environment. These data are used solely for the purpose of obtaining anonymous statistical information about the Site utilization, to check that the Site is operating properly, and to improve the User browsing experience.

Data voluntarily provided by Users: the optional, explicit and voluntary dispatch of data in web forms or of electronic mail to the addresses indicated on this Site involves subsequent acquisition of the sender’s address – necessary to respond to requests, as well as of any other personal data included in the message.

3. Optional nature of provision of data

Apart from what has been specified for browsing data, the User is free to provide his/her personal data to ask for the dispatch of informative material or other communications. Failure to provide them may make it impossible to obtain what has been requested.

4 .How data are handled and processed

Data handling and processing is done by means of automated tools (e.g. using electronic procedures and supports) and/or manually (e.g. physical/paper supports) for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which the data have been collected and, in any case, in compliance with current relevant regulatory requirements.

Art. 7 - (Article 7 of Italian Legislative Decree 196/2003 - Right of access to personal data and other rights)

1. The interested User has the right at all times to obtain confirmation of the existence of otherwise data regarding him/herself, even when not registered yet and to find out their content in an intelligible manner.
2. The interested User is entitled at any time to obtain information about:
- a) the origin of the personal data;
- b) the finality and modality of data handling and processing;
- c) the logic applied in case of treatment by electronical means;
- d) the identification of the owner, the body/bodies responsible for data handling and the legal representative, according to Art. 5 Comma 2;
- e) the subjects or subject categories to which data could be communicated or who might find out about them as individual in charge for that area, appointed by the Government.
3. The interested User is entitled:
a) to obtain updating, rectification or integration of data;
b ) to request cancellation, modification in an anonymous form, or the blockage of any data which might have been obtained illegally, even data whose conservation is not necessary for the purposes for which such data have been collected or subsequently treated;
c) to receive a statement that demonstrates that operations mentioned in a) and b) have been disclosed, in all of their content, to all of those who have handled such data, with the exception of cases in which such obligation cannot be complied or when it might involve an excessive and disproportioned expenditure of means if confronted to the protected right.
4. The interested User has the right to oppose himself in totality or in part to:
a) the personal data treatment for legitimate reasons even if the data are relevant to the data processing goal;
b) the personal data processing with the aim of advertising, direct sale, market research or commercial communication.

Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy shall be considered integral part of the above mentioned Privacy Statement.

Users may express their consent to the use of cookies by continuing navigation on the Site, or performing a scrolling on the page or clicking on the internal links of the Webpages, or clicking the "X" button or closing the short "Cookie Policy banner" that appears every time you visit the Site for the first time, as required by the decision of the Authority for the Protection of Personal Data (n. 229 of May, 8th 2014).

Cookies consist of portions of code (computer files or partial data) sent from a server to the User's Internet browser, then automatically stored on the computer by that browser and automatically sent back to the server at each occurrence or subsequent access to the site. A cookie usually contains the name of the website from which the cookie comes from, the life span of the cookie (i.e. how long it will remain on the User's device) and a value, which is usually a unique number generated randomly. Each time the User goes back to a website, the cookies are sent back to the site that originated them (first-party cookies) or to another site that recognizes them (third-party cookies). Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognize the User's device and have different purposes such as, for example, allowing you to navigate between pages efficiently, remembering your favorite sites and, in general, improving the browsing experience. Also they help to ensure that the advertising content displayed online is more focused on a User and his/her interests.

If a User chooses to disable cookies, this may affect and/or limit his/her browser experience on the Site; for example, he/she might not be able to visit certain sections of a website or he/she might not receive personalized information when visiting the Site.

The operating modes and the options to limit or block cookies, can be adjusted by changing the settings on the User's Internet Browser. The majority of Internet browsers are initially set to automatically accept cookies, but the User can modify these settings in order to block cookies or to be alerted whenever cookies might be sent to his/her device. There are several ways to manage cookies; to do so, it is necessary to refer to the help screen of a browser to verify how to adjust or change the settings in each case. The User is enabled to change the default configuration and to disable cookies (i.e. to block them for good), by setting a higher level of security.

Here below are links that might help you manage cookies if you use one of the following browsers:

Internet Explorer:

If a User has multiple devices and accesses Websites from each of them (for example: computer, smartphone, tablet. etc.) he/she must ensure that each browser on each device is set on their own cookie preference. To remove cookies from a tablet/smartphone's Internet Browser, one should refer to the user manual of each device.

Websites use different kinds of cookies and each of them has a specific function. This Site uses cookies to make browsing easier and to better adjust loaded pages and products to the Users' interests and needs. Cookies can be used to make future experiences and activities faster. Cookies are also used for the purpose of collecting anonymous statistics information that help understand how users navigate the website; they can be used to improve a Site and its content, as well.

Below is an explanatory list.

Technical Cookies

"Technical" cookies are essential for the web portal to operate correctly and they allow Users to surf the site and enjoy its features (for example, they can remember previous actions or they can save a User' session or help to perform the activities necessary for the Site).

"Analytical" Cookies also belong to this category; they help to understand how Users interact with the site and they provide information about the last page visited, pages and sections browsed, time spent on the website and whatever might have happened while browsing, (i.e. an error message); they also help to show difficulties the Users might come across when navigating the site. This information could be associated to Users' details, such as IP address, domain or browser; however, such data are analyzed together with other Users' information so as not to identify a specific User altogether. These cookies are collected and aggregated anonymously and they allow the site manager to improve the Site usage.

Finally, "Functionality Cookies" allow the Site to remember the User's choices (such as a username) in order to provide enhanced, personalized browsing features. Functionality cookies are not essential for a correct operation mode, but they improve a User's browsing experience. By not accepting these cookies, some features of the Site might not be operational and content access might be limited.

Profiling Cookies

"Targeting" or "Profiling" cookies are used to provide more fitting and interesting content to a User. They can be used to show targeted advertising, to publish ads based on a User's interests or to limit the number of views of an ad. Moreover, they help to monitor the effectiveness of an advertisement campaign on the website; the site manager might use these cookies to remember the pages a User has visited and share this information with third parties, included advertisers that might collect cookies to gather information about activities performed by Users on the Site.

"Sharing" Cookies (also called Social Network cookies) are necessary to allow interaction between Users and Websites through a social account and might be used, for example, to express some appreciation and share it with a user' social contacts.

The Site might also use these cookies or a combination of them:
- "session" cookies, that store information on the User's computer only for technical/operational needs, in order to convey necessary session identification which consents a safe and efficient browsing experience; these cookies are deleted at the end of each session (hence the name) when the browser is closed;
- "persistent" cookies are stored on the computer hard disk until expiry or deletion by a User. Through persisent cookies Users get "recognized" each time they return to a Site.

Third-party cookies

When a User is on a Site, it is possible that some cookies non-regulated by the website manager might get stored. This happens, for example, is the User visits a page containing content from a third-party website. As a result, the User will receive cookies from these third-party services. The Site manager has no control over information provided by such cookies and has no acces to such data. This information is entirely managed by third-parties, according to what is written in their own privacy policies.

The following chart shows third-party cookies that might be on this site; the logics related to their treatment is determined and controlled solely by the third-party manager and they are divided into the following macro-categories:

Analitics: These cookies are used to gather and analyze statistics data about visitors and accesses to the page. In some cases, they are associated to other information, (i.e. username, email address, password) and they help to outline a User's profile (habits, visited pages, downloaded content, interactions, etc.).
Widgets: This category includes all the components of a program's graphic user interface, which aims to make the User interaction with the program itself easier (for example: cookies from Facebook, Google+, Twitter).
Advertising: Cookies used to deliver advertising content within a site belong to this category.

If Users wish not to receive third-party cookies on their device, they can, through the links below, view the consent and privacy policies of the concerned third parties and reject them if they wish. We, as a website, do not have direct control over these cookies; in order to withdraw the consent, it is necessary to refer to third-parties websites or check this link to obtain information about deleting or managing cookies, depending on the browser and to manage options about third-party profilation cookies.

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