Technical cookies are those used for the sole purpose of "carrying out the transmission of certain information over an electronic communication network, or to the extent strictly necessary for the service provider of an information company to provide the service explicitly requested by the contracting party or user" (art. 122, paragraph 1 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003). We use technical cookies to enable users to enjoy the services requested through our website. Without these cookies, it would not be possible to provide the services requested. For example, technical cookies may be used to:
- Allow users to access secure areas of our website without having to continually log in;
- Remember any actions performed by the user (for example, filling-in a form) when returning to the previous page of a session;
- Know the visitor's state of origin, in order to identify the appropriate language and settings.
Third Party Cookies
Third-party cookies are set by a website other than the one you are visiting. This is because on each site there may be elements (images, maps, sounds, specific links to web pages on other domains, etc.) that reside on servers other than that of the visited site.
Third-party cookies used
The following is a list of third parties that distribute, or may distribute, cookies on our websites.
|Google Analytics||Count site visitors, process audience statistics and track their behavior||How Cookies Work
Privacy and Terms
|Google Ads||Google advertising platform||Privacy and Terms|
|Facebook Ads||Facebook advertising platform, which includes Instagram and Messenger||How they work and regulations
How they work and regulations
|LinkedIn Ads||LinkedIn advertising platform||How they work and regulations
How they work and regulations
|Microsoft Ads||Microsoft advertising platform (Bing and Yahoo, MSN, Windows 10, Office)||Policy|
|Clarity||Recording and processing of site access data, error logging||How they work
Types of Cookies
|Hotjar||Recording and processing of site access data, error logging||How they work|
|Yandex||Advertising platform||How they work|
How to change your cookie settings
How you can restrict or disable cookies
You can restrict or disable cookies through your browser settings. However, in this event some of the site's services may not be displayed or may not function optimally.
For more information on cookie management, please visit the links provided on your search engine, or follow the instructions below:
- Internet Explorer: Click on "Tools" and then on "Internet Options". On the Privacy tab, block or allow cookies, and then save the new settings by clicking "OK".
- Firefox: From the drop-down menu in the upper left corner, select "Options”. In the pop-up window select “Privacy”. Here, Users can adjust their cookie settings.
- Chrome: Click on the "Chrome" menu in the browser toolbar. Select "Settings", then in the "Privacy" section go to "Cookies and other data" and then select your preferred cookie management mode.
- Safari: From the drop-down setting menu in the upper right corner, select "Preferences”. Select "Security". Here, Users can adjust their cookie settings. The previous instructions may not be in line with the latest updates of your search engine. For more information and waiver options, please visit www.youronlinechoices.eu or www.aboutcookies.org/.
Who can access data
Data are only shared where strictly necessary. In such cases, they may be communicated to:
- employees or collaborators, in their capacity as data processors;
- companies belonging to Custom Group and suppliers of outsourced services, in their capacity as external data processors;
- third parties, autonomous owners or co-owners, in the event that data access is required by law or consent has been provided to the use of non-anonymous analytical or third-party profiling cookies. For more information on these autonomous or joint owners, please refer to the links to the related privacy policies, as shown in the table.
The information generated by the use of third party cookies may be transferred to countries outside the European Union by the third party involved. In this case, the legal bases provided for in Articles 44 et seq. of the GDPR shall be used, with particular reference to European Commission adequacy decisions and SCCs. In addition, adequate notice of the transfer shall be provided, there including in this policy. In particular, Google transfers and stores information generated by cookies on servers located in the United States, as defined in the following link: https://policies.google.com/privacy/frameworks?hl=it. More generally, for information on the transfer of Personal Data collected through third party cookies, please refer to the privacy policies of each third party, available at their websites and linked in the table above.
Data retention period