Privacy Policy Privacy Policy Describes how your Personal Data is handled by and its associates when using services. In addition, the specific privacy policy is described below.
Use of site

We use cookies, web beacons, and log file information to:

1) Check the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns;
2) Keep track of aggregate evaluation criteria such as total number of visitors or pages displayed.

Some advanced features of could use other Google services, such as AdSense. Use of your personal information by these services is governed by the relevant privacy policy (see the Adsense privacy policy here).
Advertising on is committed to providing you with useful and relevant advertising, and for that purpose, you use the DoubleClick cookie as well as other third-party ad serving bids. To provide you relevant advertising, we may use a variety of information such as cookies, web beacons, IP addresses, usage data, and other non-personal information on your computer or device (such as your browser type and operating system).

To help advertisers and publishers offer and manage ads on this site and on other Google websites and AdSense partners, we use the DoubleClick cookie. Advertisers have the ability to offer interest-based ads associated with online activities that do not personally identify users, such as site content or activity on other AdSense partner sites. Advertisers can also offer ads based on your past activity on their websites. This information that does not personally identify you is handled separately from your other identifying information in our possession.

You may also choose to stop your consent to use DoubleClick’s cookies at any time. If you select the DoubleClick opt-out cookie, the ads you offer to your browser from our ad bid technology will not depend on the DoubleClick cookie. You can find more information about the DoubleClick cookie opt-out option here.

Other third-party ad serving companies may also view ads on, as long as they comply with our ad bid requirements. does not provide any personal information of users to external ad servers or networks without the consent of users themselves. For more information about these ad servers or external advertising networks and how to opt-out options, you must consult their privacy policy. privacy policy is not valid for other advertisers or websites, nor do we have control over their business. Any data collected by external servers and subsequently shared with is retained and processed by in accordance with these privacy policies.
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Google adheres to the privacy principles of the US Safe Harbor. For more information on Safe Harbor, see the US Department of Commerce website.
What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files sent from the site to the party’s terminal (usually to the browser), where they are stored to be retransmitted to the site at the next visit of the same user. A cookie can not retrieve any other data from the user’s hard disk or transmit computer viruses or acquire email addresses. Each cookie is unique to the user’s web browser. Some of the cookie functions can be relied on to other technologies. In this document, the term ‘cookie’ refers to both cookies, properly known, and to all similar technologies.

Type of cookies

Cookies can be of the first or third part, where “first part” refers to cookies that represent the site as a domain, while “third party” refers to cookies that are related to external domains.

Third-party cookies are necessarily installed by an external subject, always referred to as “third party”, not managed by the site. These people may also install cookies in the first part, saving their own cookies on the domain of the site.
Another type of cookie is the so-called “Flash Cookie” (Local Shared Objects) used within Adobe Flash Player to deliver some content, such as video clips or animations, to remember settings and preferences. Flash cookies are stored on the device, but are managed through a different interface than the one provided by the browser used.

Nature of cookies

Regarding the nature of cookies, there are several types:

1. Technical cookies

Technical cookies are only used to “transmit a communication on an electronic communications network, or to the extent strictly necessary for the information society service provider explicitly required by the subscriber or user to provide such service “.

They are not used for further purposes and are normally installed directly by the owner or web site manager.

They can be divided into:
• navigation or session cookies, which ensure the normal browsing and use of the website (allowing, for example, a purchase or authentication to access restricted areas); they are in fact necessary for the proper functioning of the site;
• cookie analytics, similar to technical cookies when used directly by the site manager to gather aggregated information about the number of users and how they visit the site in order to improve site performance;
• feature cookies that allow the user to navigate according to a set of selected criteria (for example, language, products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service rendered to it. No user consent is required for the installation of such cookies (more information is available in the “Manage cookies below” section).

2. Profiling Cookies

Profiling cookies are designed to create user profiles and are used to send advertisements in line with the preferences displayed by the same in the context of network browsing.

The consent of the interested party is required for the use of profiling cookies. Depending on the order (more information in the “Cookies Management” section below), you can authorize or deny cookie consent through the options provided in the “Manage cookies” section.

In the case of third-party cookies, the site does not have direct control of individual cookies and can not control them (it can neither install them directly nor delete them). You can still manage these cookies through your browser settings (follow the instructions below), or the sites listed in the “Manage cookies” section.

Cookie Duration

Cookies have a duration dictated by the expiration date (or a specific action such as browser closure) set at the time of installation.

Cookies can be:
• Temporary or session cookies: They are used to store temporary information, to link actions that are executed during a specific session, and are removed from the computer at the end of the browser;
• persistent cookies: They are used to store information such as your login name and password, so you do not have to type them again every time you visit a specific site. These remain stored on your computer even after you close your browser.
Manage cookies: how to disable / clear cookies by configuring your browser

1. Run the Chrome Browser
2. Click the menu on the browser toolbar beside the url entry window for navigation
3. Select Settings
4. Click Show Advanced Settings
5. In the “Privacy” section, click the “Content Settings” button
6. In the “Cookie” section, you can change the following cookie settings:
• Allow local data to be saved
• Modify local data only until the browser closes
• Prevent sites from setting cookies
• Block third-party cookies and site data
• Manage exceptions for some Internet sites
• Delete one or all cookies
For more information visit the dedicated page.

Mozilla Firefox
1. Run the Mozilla Firefox Browser
2. Click the menu on the browser toolbar beside the url entry window for navigation
3. Select Options
4. Select the Privacy panel
5. Click Show Advanced Settings
6. In the “Privacy” section, click the “Content Settings” button
7. In the “Tracking” section, you can change the following cookie settings:
• Ask sites not to track down
• Communicate to sites the availability to be traced
• Do not give any preference for tracking your personal data
8. From the “History” section you can:
• By enabling “Use custom settings” select to accept third-party cookies (always from most visited or ever-visited sites) and to keep them for a specified period (until their expiration, closing Firefox or requesting each time)
• Remove the individual cookies stored.
For more information visit the dedicated page.

Internet Explorer
1. Run the Internet Explorer Browser
2. Click the Tools button and select Internet Options
3. Click the Privacy tab, and in the Settings section, change the slider depending on the action you want for the cookies:
• Block all cookies
• Allow all cookies
• Select the sites from which to get cookies: Move the cursor to an intermediate position so you do not block or allow all cookies, then press Sites, in the Website address box enter a website, and then press Lock or Allow.
For more information visit the dedicated page.

Safari 6
1. Run the Safari Browser
2. Click Safari, select Preferences, and press Privacy
3. In the Block Cookie section, specify how Safari must accept cookies from the websites.
4. To see which sites have stored cookies, click Details
For more information visit the dedicated page.

IOS Safari (Mobile Devices)
1. Run the iOS Safari Browser
2. Tap on Settings and then Safari 3. Tap Block Cookies and choose from the options: “Never”, “Third Party, and Advertisers,” or “Always”
4. To clear all cookies stored by Safari, touch Settings, then Safari, and then click Delete Cookies and Data
For more information visit the dedicated page.
1. Run the Opera Browser
2. Click Preferences, then Advanced, and then click Cookies
3. Select one of the following options:
• Accept all cookies
• Accept cookies only from the site you visit: third-party cookies and those that are sent from a domain other than what you are visiting will be rejected
• Never accept cookies: All cookies will never be saved. For more information visit the dedicated page.