Cookie Notice

Cookies are small text files which are transferred to your computer or mobile device when you visit a website or you use an app. Depending on their specific purpose, cookies and other similar technology may collect and store personal data. Cookies allows the website to recognise your device on each subsequent visit and to store your browsing preferences, giving you a more functional experience of the website, and making the content of the website as personalised as possible. 

Cookies that are required for the website to operate properly are allowed to be set without your permission. These cookies are fundamental to enable you to browse around our website and use its features. You may block also these cookies by changing your browser settings, but this may affect how this and most of the other websites functions. In particular, we won’t be able to save your preferences about cookies. 

All other cookies need to be approved before they can be set in the browser. These cookies are optional and help us to improve your experience, collect statistics, optimize site functionality, and deliver content tailored to your interests. We won’t store any of these cookies on your device without your prior express consent. Certain processing activities may involve the transfer of data outside the European Economic Area also to countries whose legislations may not grant an equivalent level of protection of personal data. Acceptance of the usage of cookies, with the sole exception of strictly necessary cookies, is entirely optional and refusal will not affect your ability to browse the website. 

Cookies last for different periods depending on their scope: session cookies only last as long as your online session and disappear from your computer or device when you close your browser, while persistent cookies are used to remember information about you for future visits, so they remain on your device after your browser has been closed and last for a time specified in the cookie. For example, we use a cookie to remember your cookie preferences for the next time you visit. Any cookies that are set by the website or apps that you are visiting are called first-party cookies, whilst any cookies which are from a domain different than the domain of the website you are visiting are called third-party cookies. These cookies are placed by someone other than us: for example, embedded YouTube videos. Please refer to the relevant third party’s privacy policy for more details about the data they collect, how they use it, and how long they store it. 

The “Cookie Settings” section provides you with details about category, type, persistence and purpose of each cookie and allows you to configure your preferences concerning optional cookies, which can be modified at any time. 

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Learn more about who we are, how you can contact us and how we process personal data by reading our Privacy Notice on this website:

Further details about Google Analytics 

To monitor and improve the performance of this website, we use Google Analytics, a web traffic analysis service provided by Google, which processes your data on our behalf. This entails the transfer of such data to subsidiaries of Google in the United States of America (‘US’), a country whose law does not guarantee a level of protection of personal data equivalent to the European Economic Area. 

In this regard, we inform you that: 

  • • the transfer is regulated according to the European Commission’s Standard Contractual Clauses; and 
  • • as resulted and documented in our Transfer Impact Assessment (TIA), such Clauses we adopted represent an adequate safeguard in relation to the transfer to US. 


Besides the processing of data performed on behalf of us, Google can also use the data for its own purposes accordingly to its policy: and under its own responsibility. 

To further reduce the privacy-related risk concerning this service, we have adopted additional measures to protect the information collected, which include reducing the identifiability of collected data (e.g., truncated IP addresses). 

If you use Chrome and you want to prevent the use of your data for measuring Google Analytics, you can download and install the opt-out feature available here: 

In addition, be aware that the ability of Google to re-identify you and combine this information with other data they may hold about you significantly increases if you are logged into your Google account when visiting this website. 

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