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Session cookies are essential in order to distinguish between connected users, and are useful to avoid that a required feature can be provided to the wrong user, as well as for security purposes to prevent cyber attacks on the site.

Session cookies do not contain personal data and last only for the current session, ie until the browser is closed. No consent is required for them.

The functionality cookies used by the site are strictly necessary for the use of the site, in particular they are linked to an express request for functionality by the user (such as Login), for which no consent is required.

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It should be noted that disabling cookies may prevent the correct use of some features of the site itself. This site also acts as an intermediary for third-party cookies, used to provide additional services and features to visitors and to improve the use of the site, such as buttons for social media, or video.

This site has no control over the cookies of third parties, entirely managed by third parties.

As a consequence, the information on the use of these cookies and their purposes, as well as on how to disable them, are provided directly by the third parties on the pages indicated below.

In particular, this site uses cookies of the following third parties:

– Google Analytics: a Google analysis tool that through the use of cookies (performance cookies), collects anonymous browsing data (IP truncated to the last octet) and exclusively aggregates for the purpose of examining the use of the site by users, compiling reports on activities on the site and providing other information, including the number of visitors and pages visited.

Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate the IP address with any other data held by Google. Data transmitted to Google are stored on Google’s servers in the United States.

On the basis of a specific agreement with Google, which is designated as the data controller, the latter undertakes to process the data according to the requests of the Data Controller (see at the end of the information), given through the software settings. Based on these settings, the advertising and data sharing options are disabled.