Identification and Cookies Policy

On our Website we use our own cookies that allow us to improve users experience and offer content tailored to your interests by customizing the content. We also use third-party cookies to customize the advertisement on pages you visit with content of interest to our users.

If you continue with your browser set to accept cookies, we will assume that you are agreeing to our use of cookies as it is stated in this Cookies Policy.

Basic Information about cookies

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small data file that is downloaded to the browser of your computer, tablet or Smartphone when you visit our website. It helps and customizes access to websites.

What do cookies do?

Cookies are tools used by websites to improve your navigation, to help websites to see what information of their website is more useful or provides more interest- In no case cookies personally identify the user and do not mean a risk to your computer or mobile device. They are not viruses, nor spyware. When browsing our website you do it in a completely anonymous way: we will never know your name, address or phone unless you give it to us.

It is the user, you, who decides whether to allow the use of cookies or not. If you do not allow them, you have to block their use in the browser (indicated below).

How long do cookies last in users computers?

There are two types of cookies:

Usage of cookies in our website

Our website uses cookies for different purposes that can be divided as follows:

What cookies do we use in our website?

Name Purpose Duration
_icl_current_language Collects the language of the website the user navigates Session
c_longevity Technical cookies are installed when the user accepts the cookies policy, i.e., if the user has browsed the website. Persistent
_ga, _gat (1) Cookie used by Google Analytics. It uses a once-off cookie with an anonymous identifier in order to identify users. Persistent


(1) Cookies used by Google Analytics: The Google Analytics tool helps website owners to follow visitors on their website. This Google service allows them to collect information on how users access various pages within the website. Data such as the following is stored and can later be analysed: the number of times a user visits a website, the date of first and most recent visit, duration of visit, the web page that linked a user to the website in question, the search mode employed by the user to access the website or the link that was chosen, where in the world a user logs on from, and so on. The configuration of such cookies is predetermined by Google. For more information about cookies used and how to deactivate them, see (Note that we are in no way liable for the content or correctness of third-party websites).

How to configure and disable Cookies?

Generally browsers used by users permit cookies by default. To configure the browser you have to proceed as follows:

Internet Explorer:

  1. Access Internet Explorer.
  2. Click the “Tools” button on Internet Explorer and after click “Internet Options”.
  3. Click “Privacy” tab and then set control to the privacy level you wish.
  4. Accept.


  1. Access to Firefox browser.
  2. Click Firefox button (located in the upper part of the window) and select “Options”.
  3. Select “Privacy” panel.
  4. In Firefox select: “Use customs setting for history”.
  5. Select “Accept cookies” to enable them and deselect to disable them.
  6. Choose how long cookies are allowed to be stored.
  7. Click “Accept”.

Google Chrome

  1. Access Google Chrome
  2. Select “Setting” in Google Chrome menu in your browser Toolbar.
  3. Click “Show advanced options”.
  4. In “Privacy” section, select “Content setting”.
  5. In the “Cookies” section you can change the cookies settings.


  1. Access Safari browser
  2. In “Preferences”, click “Disable Cookies” in the Privacy panel.
  3. Select the option you wish.


  1. Access Opera browser
  2. Click Setting à Options à Advanced àCookies
  3. Select the option you wish.


  1. In the home screen click Settings à Safari
  2. Select the option you wish.


  1. Access Android browser, in Menu, select “Settings”.
  2. in section “Security and Privacy”.
  3. Reset your browser for changes to be effective.

Windows Phone

  1. Access Internet Explorer browsers in your phone, click “More” and select “Settings”. You can also access Internet Explorer configuration through “Settings” in the list of Applications.
  2. Select or disable the option “Allow cookies” in the phone to allow or block cookies storage.