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Session cookies are fundamental in order to distinguish between connected users, and are useful to avoid that a feature is improperly provided as well as for security purposes to prevent cyber attacks on the website. Session cookies do not contain personal data and remain for the active session only, ie until the navigation program is closed (Browser). No consent is required for them.
Functional cookies in the website are strictly necessary for the use of the site, in particular they are linked to a specific and functional request by the user (such as Login), for which no consent is required.
How to disable cookies
To disable cookies you can find short and simple guides at the following links:
These are the most popular browsers, but if you use a different one, you can easily find the relevant disabling instructions.
Social Network Plugin
The collection and use of information obtained through the plugins are ruled by the respective privacy policies of the social networks. Here are the pages that social platforms dedicate to the topic.
This website contains third-party cookies, used to provide additional services and features to visitors and to improve the use of the website, such as buttons for social media, or video. This website 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 are provided directly by the third parties on the pages indicated below, as well as on how to disable them.
Further information on Google Analytics cookies can be found on the Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites page.
The user can selectively disable the collection of data by Google Analytics by installing the appropriate component provided by Google on their browser (opt out).
To learn more about the use of data and their treatment by Google, you can visit the page prepared by Google, and the page that describes how Google uses data when you use partner sites or apps.