Privacy and Cookie Policy

Regulatory  Framework 

Data Controller

Types of Data Processed

Navigation data

Data Provided by Users on a Voluntary Basis


Cookies are small text files containing a certain amount of information exchanged between a website and the user’s device (usually their browser). They are primarily used for the purpose of allowing websites to run and to optimise their performance, and provide information to the owners of the website. They may be either session cookies or persistent cookies. Session cookies are stored in a device for a short period of time and are erased as soon as the user closes their browser window. Their use is strictly limited to the transmission of session IDs (i.e. series of random numbers generated by the server) which are needed to enable a safe and efficient exploration of the website. Persistent cookies, on the other hand, are stored on the user’s device until their set expiry date. Because they are not erased automatically when the browser window is closed, persistent cookies allow to remember the choices made by a user on a website, and to collect information regarding the website pages viewed by a user and how often a website is viewed, and to identify users’ browsing history for the purpose of optimising their experience on this website. Session or persistent cookies may be either First Party or Third Party cookies according to whether the entity that installs cookies on the user’s device is the same manager of the website viewed by a user (these are First Party cookies) or a different entity (these will then be Third Party cookies).

Cookies used on this Website

Cookie Management

Thrid Parties Cookies

Legal Basis for Processing

Optional Provision of Personal Data

Methods of Processing

Retention Period

Sharing, Disclosure and Dissemination of Data

Transfer of Personal Data to Countries Outside of the European Union

Rights of Data Subjects

Changes to These Privacy Policies

Requests, Complaints, Suggestions, and Exercice of the Rights of Data Subjects