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In conformity with the EU directive 2009/136/CE and the LSSICE, all users are informed that the website and the provider can use cookies (small data files containing information  that are sent and stored on the users’ browser) in order to carry out specific key functions  for the proper operation and display of the website. The cookies used by the website are associated only with an anonymous user and its computer, and they cannot provide the personal data of the user.

By browsing this website the user accepts the installation of cookies in the user’s computer. The cookies provide us with this information:Statistics of usage of the websiteData on the connection into social networks for those accessing through facebook or twitter.


This website uses both ‘temporary’ cookies that expire at the end of a session and ‘permanent’ cookies. Temporary cookies store data only while the user is browsing the web, permanent cookies store data in the computer so that it can be used in more than one session.

Depending on the use of the information provided by cookies, the website can install:

Technical cookies

These cookies allow the user to browse the website, make use of the options and services provided. For example, control the traffic and communication of data, identify the session, access restricted areas of the website, remember the components of an order, register or participate in an event, utilise safety disposals during the navigation, store contents in order to broadcast videos or soundfiles.

Third parties’ cookies

In some websites it is possible to install cookies from third parties that allow a better service and management.

An example could be the statistical services of Google Analytics and Comscore.The user can set up its browser so that sends warnings at the reception of cookies and can block its installation on the system. Please read carefully the instructions and manual of your browser for more information. Hereunder are the instructions to set cookies options on the most popular browsers.

To adjust permissions related to cookies in Google Chrome:

Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar

To adjust permissions related to cookies in Mozilla Firefox

To adjust permissions related to cookies in Internet Explorer 9

In case you block the use of cookies in your browser it is possible that some services or functions of the website become unavailable.

In some browsers it is possible to set specific rules to manage cookies for each website, this gives a major control on privacy.

It means that cookies from all websites can be blocked whereas cookies from trusted websites are allowed into the system.