No personal data of users is intentionally acquired by the Website.
Neither cookies nor the so-called persistent cookies of any kind or any users’ tracking systems will be used for the transmission of personal information.
The use of the so-called session cookies (PHPSESSID) – text files that are only temporarily recorded on the user’s computer and are deleted as soon as the browser is closed – is strictly limited to the transmission of session IDs (made up of random numbers generated by the server) necessary to perform a safe and efficient browsing of the Website.
The so-called session cookies used in this Website avoid any recourse to other IT techniques that are potentially prejudicial to the privacy of the users’ browsing and do not allow the collection of personal data which may identify users.
The use by this Website of cookies regarding CMS of WordPress (W3tc-referrer) technology – which are not permanently registered on the user’s pc – is strictly limited to the correct functioning of said technology, which – otherwise – would stop running. These cookies do not register any kind of information that could connect with the single visitor user. This Website also uses performance cookies through the analysis of use service of “Google Analytics”, for statistic purposes. Google Analytics is a free tool for web analysis by Google which, mainly, allows owners of websites to understand the modalities through which visitors use their websites. It also sets forth cookies on the domain of the site you are visiting. Analytics uses a number of cookies named as “_utma” and “_utmz” to collect information anonymously and evidence the trends of websites, without identifying the single visitors.
If you accept to receive cookies from the Website, you may modify your choice at any time and deactivate the functioning of all or some of the cookies simply and easily, using the configuration options of the browser you are using. In the following chart, the kinds of cookies used by this Website are indicated, along with their purposes:
Google Analytics _utma Number of visits of a user, when the first and the last one occurred Permanent https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage
_utmb Exact time of the entering of the Website by a user Duration of the session
_utmc Exact time when the user exits the Website 30 mins.
_utmz Registers the location of the visitor, the links clicked and the keywords used to find the site 6 months
WordPress Cookies WordPress_sec_Sessiontd When a user uses a wordpress application, a session ID is assigned (univocal) 2 weeks
WordPress_test_cookie When a user connects to a wordpress application, a test cookie is set up Duration of the session
HOW TO DEACTIVATE COOKIES
Cookies may be activated and deactivated through your browser. Accepting the cookies information will be stored and restored at the following browsing. It is possible to block them globally or just for specific websites to which there is no intention to furnish, thus, store, specific information. All modern browsers allow the changing of cookies settings. These are usually found in the browser’s menu under “options” or “preferences”. To understand how to set them up, you can visit the following links:
– Google Chrome
From the settings menu, select “show advanced settings” at the bottom of the page
Select the button “settings contents” in the privacy section
The section on top of the page showing afterwards, explains cookies and allows the selection of the chosen cookies. Also allows the deletion of cookies currently stored.
– Mozilla Firefox
In the instruments menu, select “options”
Select the “privacy” button in the “options” box
Choose “settings chronology”. Options for cookies will be shown, so you can choose if enable or disenable them by clicking on the box.
– Internet Explorer 6+
Select “internet options” from the menu bar
Click on the “privacy” button
A cursor of the privacy settings with 6 settings will show, so you can control the number of cookies that will be set up: “Block all Cookies”, “High”, “Medium high”, “Medium” (default level), “Low”, and “Accept all Cookies”.
– Safari browser
From the settings menu, select the “preferences” option
Open the privacy section
Select your preferred option from the “block cookies” section
– All other browsers
For more information on how to manage cookies through other browsers, consult your documents or the online support files.
If this information is not enough, consult section “Help” of the browser for more details.
VOLUNTARY PROVISION OF DATA
Except as specified for browsing data, the user is free to provide his/her personal data through the modalities allowed by the Website and for the specific requests made from time to time.
However, any refusal by the user to provide the above data may imply, in such situations, the impossibility for the Firm to reply to the requests.