What are cookies for?
Cookies are small strings of text exchanged between a website and the user’s browser, each time you access an Internet site. Cookies are used for different purposes, such as allowing computer authentication, keeping track of user browsing sessions, improving the navigability of the site itself, collecting and storing various information regarding user preferences and choices, et cat.
Cookies do we use?
The cookies in use are divided according to the origin and ownership of the cookie itself: they can be first-party (issued by this website) or by third parties (issued by a different website for services provided by third parties). With reference to the general provision of the Privacy Guarantor (GU n. 126 of 3 June 2014) this website uses the following cookies: Technical cookies. This type of cookies is essential to allow users to browse the website and use its functions. They are known as “first part” cookies. Without them, services such as enabling to show appropriate content with respect to the type of device used would not be possible. Analytical cookies
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