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Cookie policy

This website uses cookies, including third-party cookies, to enhance your browsing experience and allow those who are viewing our website to use our online services.

This cookie policy must be read together with our Privacy Policy, which we invite you to refer for more information about what we do and what we do not do with your personal information. If you continue browsing our website you agree to the use of cookies. The cookies used on this website fall within the categories described below.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files sent by websites and stored on your computer, tablet, smartphone or other mobile devices. They contain basic internet browsing information and, thanks to the browser, they are recognised whenever the user visits the website. Cookies can also be first-party cookies if set from the visited website or third-party cookies if sent from a website other than that visited one.

How cookies are managed

Technical cookies
This type of cookie allows for the correct operation of some sections of the website. They are two categories, persistent and session cookies:
persistent cookies: once the browser is closed, they will not be deleted and remain up to a preset expiry date or until the user deletes them;
session cookies: they are deleted whenever the browser is closed.

These cookies are required to display the website correctly and in relation to the technical services offered. They will always be used and sent, unless users modify the settings on their browser.

Technical cookies are used for the following activities:
a) Activities strictly necessary for operation. These are technical cookies that allow the website to work correctly. For instance, they keep the user logged on while browsing the website, preventing the website from requiring multiple logins to access the various pages or sections of the website.
b) To save preferences. These cookies are used to remember the preferences selected by the user during navigation, for example to set the language.
c) Statistical and Audience Measurement Activities. These cookies help us understand, through data collected in anonymous and aggregated form, how users interact with our website by providing us with information about the sections visited, the time spent on the website and any malfunctions. This helps us improve the performance of our website.

Third-party cookies

We rely on suppliers who can in turn install cookies to ensure the correct operation of the services they are providing, on which we have no control. If you want to have information about these third-party cookies and how to disable them, please access the link below reported for each third-party cookie.

Information about the cookies used

Cookie name: _dc_gtm_UA

Purpose: Profiling cookie used for the tracking activity of Google Analytics. Expiry: until the end of the session Third party: Yes (Google Analytics), link to Google’s privacy policy >>>

Cookie name: _ga

Purpose: This cookie is used to distinguish unique users in order to assign a randomly generated number as a client identifier (client ID). It is used to distinguish users through data collected in an anonymous and aggregated form. No information that identifies users visiting the website is collected.
Expiry: after 2 years
Third party: Yes (Google Analytics), link to Google’s privacy policy >>>  

Cookie name: 420plan
Purpose: Optimises browsing
Expiry: after 15 minutes
Third party: no

Cookie name: 420plan BAK
Purpose: it optimises browsing
Expiry: after 1 hour
Third party: no

Cookie name: cookie_notice_accepted
Purpose: it records the agreement to keep on browsing the website after clicking “I agree” in the brief information banner
Expiry: 1 year
Third party: no

Cookie name: wp-settings-1
Purpose: it allows for an optimised display of the WordPress website and its use by the administrator
Expiry: 1 year
Third party: no

Cookie name: wp-settings-time-1
Purpose: it allows for an optimised display of the WordPress website and its use by the administrator
Expiry: 1 year
Third party: no

Cookie name: wordpress_
Purpose: it is used to authenticate the login details of the administrator user
Expiry: 1 year
Third party: no

Cookie name: wordpress_logged_in_
Purpose: it is used to authenticate the login details of the user creating an account on the website
Expiry: 1 year
Third party: no

The cookies on the browser can be disabled at any time. Please bear in mind that this option might limit a number of browsing features on the website.

Social Buttons

On our websites there are special “buttons” (called “social buttons/widgets”) with icons of social networks (for example Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.) and other websites (Google+, SlideShare, etc.). These buttons allow users who are browsing the websites to interact with a “click” directly with social networks and other websites shown. In this case, the social network and other websites acquire the data relating to the user’s visit, while the Data Controller will not share any browsing information or user data acquired through its own website with social networks and other websites that can be accessed thanks to the social buttons/widgets.

How to disable cookies from browsers

how to disable cookies on Firefox
how to disable cookies on Chrome
how to disable cookies on Internet Explorer
how to disable cookies on Safari
how to disable cookies on Opera

If you are using any other browser, look for the section about how to manage cookies in the browser settings. To learn more about managing cookies on the browser of your mobile device, please see the specific user manual. You can also find more information about cookies and how to manage them at

Moreover, by going to page you can find out about behavioural advertising, as well as deactivate or activate the listed companies, which work with those managing the websites to collect and employ useful information for the purposes of benefitting from advertising.