Dear user,

this site uses cookies that are essential for the smooth operation of the site and for its functions, to allow the proper use of the site and improve your browsing experience. According to an European directive, it is required to receive your consent.

To learn more, know the cookies use and to possibly disable them, access to the Cookie Policy.



A cookie is a small text file that may be stored on your device when you visit a website. Cookies allow to identify your device. Cookies are used to store status information when you browse different pages of a site or to return to the site at a later time. Cookies do not contain any personal information, nor can be used to run programs or infect your computer with viruses.


  1. First-party cookies and third-party cookies

Cookies that we send to your device through our site are defined as first-part cookies. First-party cookies are cookies that belong to the site which created them. The use of these cookies allows us to operate the Website efficiently and to trace the behavioral patterns of visitors to the Site. We also allow third parties to send cookies to your device. The difference between a first-party cookie and a third-party cookie is the control of the person who sends the cookie. We also allow third parties to send cookies to your device. The difference between a first-party cookie and a third-party cookie refers to the control of the subject who sends the cookie. Although we allow third parties to access to the site and send cookies to the user's devices, we do not have control over the informations provided by the cookies and we do not have access to the data.

  1. Session Cookies and Persistent Cookies

Our site can send session cookies and persistent cookies on your device. While the difference between a first-party cookie and a third-party cookie is the subject which sends informations to your device, the difference between a session cookie and a persistent cookie refers to the different frame of time for which a cookie works. Session cookies are typically stored in memory and never written to disk. At the end of the browser session, the cookie expires. Persistent cookies contain an expiration date, they are constant cookies which continue to work even after the closure of the browser. On the specified date of expiration, the cookie will be removed from the disk. This allows faster and easier access to our site. For example, a persistent cookie reads from your device is the language chosen for the navigation. After sending this cookie, you will be automatically directed to the chosen language the next times you will access to the Website.

  1. Cookie and other technologies

Our site can send you cookies and similar technologies in different ways and for different purposes. These typically include:

We want to be transparent and clear about the conditions and purposes of our use of cookies and other technologies.

How to disable cookies in your browser

If you wish to block the use of cookies, you must change the allowance on the settings of your browser.

To learn more about how to manage cookies on your browser:

If you block cookies on your browser, your device will not be tracked when you visit our website. Remember, however, that by blocking cookies, you may also block certain features of your website and thus prevent its proper functioning.