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Our site uses technical cookies and third-party cookies.
a) The cookies used directly by the site are the following:

[COOKIE_SUPPORT] Purpose: This cookie is set by the site’s content management system. It is used to check if the user’s browser supports the use of cookies. It does not contain any personal information. It is a persistent technical navigation cookie.

[JSESSION_ID] Purpose: This cookie is set by the content management system to detect the existence of a session opened by a user within the site and is deleted at the end of the session, or when the browser is closed. It is a randomly generated ID. It does not contain any personal information. It is a technical session cookie.

[GUEST_LANGUAGE_ID] Purpose: This cookie is set by the content management system. of the site. Stores the language in which the contents are shown to an anonymous user. It is a persistent technical navigation cookie.

b) Third party cookies
Other cookies are installed by visiting the pages of our site but are managed exclusively by third parties. In particular:
Google Analytics: The site uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service provided by Google, for the purposes of chronology, counting visits, navigation statistics.

Facebook Pixel: The Facebook pixel is an analysis tool that allows us to measure the effectiveness of our advertising by understanding the actions that people take on the website.

LinkedIn Insight: is a tag or pixel that allows us to measure user activity on the site and improve their experience.

You can find out more about which cookies we are using or disable them in Settings.

The information and privacy notes relating to the operation and consent to the use of Google cookies are available at the following links:

Information on “How Google uses data when using our partners’ sites or applications”
Information and general notes on Google services
Information on Google Analytics cookies

How to refuse Google Analitycs cookies
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How to refuse cookies or express your options regarding the use of cookies

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