Cookie Policy


This Cookie Policy is intended to illustrate the types and categories of cookies, the purposes and methods of use of cookies by the owner of this website, as well as to provide information to users about the actions to reject or delete cookies. present on this site.

This Cookie Policy is an integral part of the Privacy Policy which can be consulted from the link at the bottom visible when the site is opened. The user can exercise the rights in accordance with EU Regulation 2016/679, known as GDPR – acronym for General Data Protection Regulation – which replaced the old Code regarding the protection of personal data (Legislative Decree 196/2003), by writing to the email address in the “Contacts” section, while to change the cookie settings you can proceed by following the instructions in this Cookie Policy.

The user can express his consent to the use of cookies by continuing to browse the Site, or by performing a scrolling action, by clicking on one of the internal links of the site pages, or by clicking on the “OK” button of the short information visible (below) at each first access to the Site, as required by the provision of the Guarantor for the protection of personal data (No. 229 of 8 May 2014).


Cookies are computer files or partial data that can be saved on your computer (or other devices enabled to browse the internet, for example smartphones or tablets) when you visit a Site. Usually a cookie contains the name of the website from which the cookie itself comes, the “life span” of the cookie (ie how long it will remain on your device), and a value, which is usually a unique number generated randomly .


Two types of cookies can be used on sites: ‘ session cookies ‘ and ‘ persistent cookies ‘.
session cookies : these are temporary cookies that remain on your device until you leave the site.
persistent cookies : these are cookies that remain on your device for much longer or until you delete it manually (how long the cookie remains on your device will depend on the ‘life span’ of the cookie in question and the settings of your browser).

Some of the pages you visit may also collect information through ‘pixel tags’ (also known as ‘clear gifs’) that could be shared with third parties who directly assist promotional activities and the development of websites. For example, information on the use of websites relating to people who visit the websites can be shared with advertising agencies to target advertising banners on websites in an optimal way.

Another subdivision of the type of Cookie – indicated by the Guarantor for the protection of personal data – is between Technical Cookies, Profiling Cookies, First-party Cookies, Third-party Cookies.
Technical Cookies : these are cookies used to browse or provide a service requested by the user. They are not used for other purposes and are normally installed directly by the website owner. Without the use of these cookies, some operations could not be carried out or would be more complex and / or less secure, such as home banking activities (viewing the account statement, wire transfers, bill payment, etc.), for such as cookies, which allow the identification of the user to be made and maintained during the session, are indispensable.
Profiling Cookies : these are cookies used to track the user’s navigation on the network and create profiles on his tastes, habits, choices, etc. With these cookies, advertising messages can be transmitted to the user’s terminal in line with the preferences already expressed by the same user while browsing online.
First-part cookies (first-part cookies) ie cookies generated and managed directly by the manager of the website on which the user is browsing.
Third-party cookies (third-part cookies) , which are generated and managed by parties other than the operator of the website on which the user is browsing (by virtue, as a rule, of a contract between the website owner and the third part)


The site uses “technical cookies” as identified by the Guarantor for the protection of personal data with Provision of 8 May 2014, ie those used for the sole purpose of “transmitting a communication over an electronic communications network, or to the extent strictly necessary for the provider of an information society service explicitly requested by the contractor or by the user to provide this service “(see Article 122, paragraph 1, of the Privacy Code).

The site therefore uses:
1. navigation or session cookies, which guarantee normal navigation and use of the website (allowing, for example, to authenticate to access restricted areas);
2. analytics cookies, similar to technical cookies when used directly by the site manager to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site;
3. functionality cookies, which allow the user to browse according to a series of selected criteria (for example, the language) in order to improve the service provided.


When a user uses the site, some cookies not controlled by the owner of this site may be stored. This happens, for example, if the user visits a page that contains content from a third party website. As a result, the user will receive cookies from these third-party services. On third-party cookies, the owner of this Nast site does not have control over the information provided by the cookie and does not have access to such data. This information is totally controlled by third-party companies as described in their respective privacy policies.

The following list shows the third-party cookies present on this site. The latter fall under the direct and exclusive responsibility of the third party manager and are divided into the following macro-categories:
• Analytical: cookies are used to collect and analyze statistical information on accesses / visits to the website. In some cases, associated with other information such as the credentials entered for access to restricted areas (your e-mail address and password), they can be used to profile the user (personal habits, sites visited, downloaded content, types of interactions carried out, etc.).
• Widgets. This category includes all those graphic components of a user interface of a program, which has the purpose of facilitating the user in interacting with the program itself (by way of example, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, YouTube cookies are widgets).
• Advertsing. This category includes cookies used to deliver advertising services within a site.
If the user does not wish to receive third-party cookies on his device, he can, through the links below, access the information and consent forms of these third parties and exclude their receipt by changing their settings.


Google services
Google Analytics deactivation
Cookies used by Google


Facebook services

These cookies are not controlled directly by this site, therefore, to revoke the consent it is necessary to refer to the websites of third parties or refer to the site to obtain information on how to delete or manage cookies. based on the browser used and to manage preferences on third-party profiling cookies. You can also visit for more information on cookies and how they affect the browsing experience.


The user can block or limit the receipt of cookies through the options of his browser.
Most internet browsers are initially set up to automatically accept cookies. This means that the user has the possibility, at any time, to set the browser to accept all cookies, only some, or to refuse them, disabling their use by the site. Furthermore, you can normally set your browser preferences in such a way as to be notified every time a cookie is stored on your computer. Finally, at the end of each browsing session, the collected cookies can be deleted from the hard disk of the device. If the user wants to delete the cookies installed in the cookie folder of the browser used, it must be remembered that each browser has different procedures for managing settings.

On Internet Explorer , click on the item “Tools” in the menu bar and then on the sub-item “Internet Options”. Finally, access the settings of the “Privacy” tab to change your cookie preferences.

On Firefox , click on the item “Tools” in the menu bar and then on the sub-item “Options”. Finally, access the “Privacy” settings to change your cookie preferences.

On Chrome , type “chrome: // settings / content” in the address bar (without quotes) and change the cookie settings as desired.

On Safari , select “Preferences” and then choose “Privacy”. In the Block Cookies section, specify how Safari must accept cookies from websites.

If you use Safari on portable devices , such as iPhone and iPad, it is necessary to act in this way: go to the “settings” item of the device and then find “Safari” on the left menu. From here, under “Privacy and security”, it will be possible to manage the options on Cookies