Cookie Law

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Cookie Law Compliance

What cookies are?

Cookies are small pieces of text stored on the browser through the website that is visited. Web sites use cookies to store information on navigation, on the preferences of the visitor or to manage access to restricted areas. The website managers and those who install them through the same sites can access only cookies that are stored on the browser. More information about cookies in general can be found in Wikipedia.

Cookies used by this website

As far as this website is concerned, there are two different kind of cookies: technical cookies, that do not require consent, and profiling cookies, that do require consent.

Technical cookies

As you browse the pages of this website, some technical cookies are installed to store some useful data:

  • cookies to recognize that you have already visited this website, and to record and remember any preferences that may have been set while browsing it;
  • cookies to anonymously analyze the website and its use to improve the services offered to the visitor, and in particular those used by Google Analytics;
  • cookies to store choice regarding consent to the installation of profiling cookie, if used.

The use of these cookies and treatments related to them are required to allow the website to make available its content effectively and to improve the consultation.

The use of such cookies does not require, under current regulations, the consent of the visitor.

Profiling cookies

At the moment, this website does not use profiling cookie.

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In compliance with the appropriate provisions of the law I state that this site is no profit, has not a predefined recurrence and is not updated according to a deadline. It may therefore not be considered an editorial product under Italian law #62 of March 7th, 2001. In addition, this site makes use of the right of citation for academic and criticism provided in Article 10 of the Berne Convention on copyright.

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