Cookie policy

The following policy is implemented in accordance with the law ‘code of privacy’ art.122 that transposes the EU directive 2009/136/CE[12] e-privacy and subsequently with the Official Gazette n. 126 of 3 June 2014) of 8 May 2014

As in the case of most internet pages, our Website also uses “cookies” and similar files. Cookies perform many functions, for example they enable to smoothly navigate between the pages, they remember your preferences and generally improve the quality of using the internet.

They may also help to ensure that advertisements which appear on the internet are more customised to you and your interests.

Cookies are text files containing small amount of information that are loaded to a personal computer, mobile telephone or another device when the User visits our internet page. Then, cookies are sent back again to this internet page during each next visit or to any other internet page

that uses cookies. Cookies are useful because they allow the Website to recognise the user’s device.

Below is a list of all cookies used on our Website, specified according to categories:

Technical cookies:

These files are strictly necessary to provide access to the Website or to allow users to make use of

the contents and services they request. These cookies don’t collect any personal information.

Analytics cookies:

These cookies collect information about how the Users use the Website, for example which pages the User visits most frequently and whether they receive error messages from internet pages.

These cookies do not collect information that identify the User. All information gathered by these cookies are collective, therefore anonymous. They are used only to improve the functioning of the Website.

Third-party cookies:

used by such third parties for their own purposes.

Please note that these third parties are independent data controllers of the data collected through the cookies they use. Therefore, the user should refer to their policies for information about how they process personal data, their privacy policy information notices and consent forms (selection and de-selection of the respective cookies).

Profiling cookies:

used to create user profiles and to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by users when browsing the web. Require the user’s prior consent.

For more information about cookies, visit allaboutcookies.org.

The Help option on the menu of most browsers will tell you how to switch on or avoid accepting new cookies by your browser, how to make the browser inform you about new cookies coming up and how to completely switch cookies off.

If you use a computer, click on “Help” at the top of the browser and chose “About us”. If you use a Mackbook, click on menu Apple at the top of the browser and chose “About us”.

For third party Cookies – if you want to reject third party cookies use the resignation tool offered by the members of Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) – see http://www.networkadvertising.org/managing/opt_out.asp.

Otherwise, we advise you to contact a relevant entity to obtain more information about their cookies and how to manage them on: