For simplicity, in this document, these technologies are collectively referred to as « Tracking Tools, » unless there is a reason to differentiate.
For example, while Cookies can be used in both web and mobile browsers, it would be inappropriate to talk about Cookies in the context of mobile device applications since Cookies are Tracking Tools that require a browser’s presence. For this reason, the term « Cookie » is used in this document only to specifically refer to that particular type of Tracking Tool.
Some of the purposes for which Tracking Tools are used may also require the User’s consent. If consent is granted, it can be freely revoked at any time by following the instructions provided in this document.
This website uses Tracking Tools managed directly by the Data Controller (commonly referred to as « first-party Tracking Tools ») and Tracking Tools that enable services provided by third parties (commonly referred to as « third-party Tracking Tools »). Unless otherwise specified in this document, these third parties have access to their respective Tracking Tools.
The duration and expiration of Cookies and other similar Tracking Tools can vary depending on what is set by the Data Controller or each third-party provider. Some of them expire at the end of the User’s browsing session.
In addition to what is specified in the description of each of the categories listed below, Users can obtain more detailed and updated information about the duration, as well as any other relevant information—such as the presence of other Tracking Tools—in the privacy policies of the respective third-party providers (via the provided links) or by contacting the Data Controller.
Managing preferences and giving or withdrawing consent
There are various ways to manage preferences related to Tracking Tools and to give or withdraw consent, where necessary:
Users can manage preferences related to Tracking Tools directly through their device settings— for example, they can prevent the use or storage of Tracking Tools.
Additionally, whenever the use of Tracking Tools is based on consent, the User can give or withdraw such consent by adjusting preferences within the cookie notice or by updating these preferences through the tracking settings widget, if available.
With appropriate browser or device functions, it is also possible to remove previously saved Tracking Tools.
Other Tracking Tools present in the browser’s local memory can be removed by deleting the browsing history.
Finding Tracking Tools settings
For example, Users can find information on how to manage Cookies in some of the most common browsers at the following addresses:
Users can also manage some Tracking Tools for mobile applications by disabling them through the appropriate device settings, such as mobile advertising settings or general tracking settings (Users can check their device settings to find the relevant option).
Disabling interest-based advertising
Despite the foregoing, Users are informed of the option to use the information available on YourOnlineChoices (EU), Network Advertising Initiative (USA), Digital Advertising Alliance (USA), DAAC (Canada), DDAI (Japan), or similar services. These services allow managing tracking preferences for most advertising tools. Therefore, the Data Controller recommends that Users use these resources in addition to the information provided in this document.
The Digital Advertising Alliance also provides an application called AppChoices that helps Users control behavioral advertising on mobile applications.
Consequences of refusing consent
Users are free to decide whether or not to give consent. However, please note that Tracking Tools allow this website to provide a better experience and advanced features to Users (in line with the purposes outlined in this document). Therefore, without the User’s consent, the Data Controller may not be able to provide these features.
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Given the inherent complexity in identifying tracking technologies, Users are encouraged to contact the Controller if they would like to receive further information regarding the use of such technologies on this Website.
Definitions and Legal References
Personal Data (or Data)
Any information that, directly or indirectly, in connection with any other information, including a personal identification number, makes an individual identified or identifiable.
Information collected automatically through this Website (including from third-party applications integrated into this Website), including: IP addresses or domain names of the computers used by the User connecting to this Website, addresses in URI notation (Uniform Resource Identifier), the time of the request, the method used in forwarding the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in response, the numerical code indicating the status of the response from the server (success, error, etc.), the country of origin, the characteristics of the browser and operating system used by the visitor, various time aspects of the visit (e.g., time spent on each page), and details related to the itinerary followed within the Application, with specific reference to the sequence of pages consulted, parameters related to the operating system, and the User’s IT environment.
The individual who uses this Website, unless otherwise specified, coinciding with the Data Subject.
The natural person to whom Personal Data refers.
Data Processor (or Data Supervisor)
Data Controller (or Owner)
The natural or legal person, public authority, service, or other body that, individually or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means of the processing of Personal Data and the tools adopted, including the security measures related to the operation and use of this Website. The Data Controller, unless otherwise specified, is the owner of this Website.
This Website (or Application)
The hardware or software tool by which Users’ Personal Data are collected and processed.
The service provided by this Website as described in the relevant terms (if available) on this site/application.
European Union (EU)
Unless otherwise specified, any reference to the European Union in this document extends to all current member states of the European Union and the European Economic Area.
Cookies are Tracking Tools consisting of small portions of data stored in the User’s browser.
By Tracking Tool, we mean any technology—such as Cookies, unique identifiers, web beacons, integrated scripts, e-tags, and fingerprinting—that allows tracking Users, for example by collecting or storing information on the User’s device.
Last modified: May 15, 2023