A cookie is nothing more than a small text file that is stored on your device when you browse certain websites using your preferred browser.
Some cookies, so-called technical cookies, are often useful, because they can make browsing and using the web faster.
But there are also cookies, called analytics, which are used by website operators to collect information, in aggregate form, to process statistics.
Other cookies are used to monitor and profile users during navigation, for example to send advertisements for targeted and personalised services. These are profiling cookies.
Then there are third-party cookies, which are usually used for profiling purposes. These are cookies from other sites and content in various elements hosted on the page itself, such as advertising banners, images, videos, etc..

Each part of our form analyzes a different aspect, as we briefly describe below.

Cookie flag:

The items contained in this section concern the information to be provided to website users before downloading any cookies to their devices, and therefore with the cookie flag. Users have the right to know if cookies are set on the website, what they do and why. It is necessary to obtain their consensus, which must be given actively and clearly, except for cookies which are essential for the basic operation of the website (necessary cookies).

All cookies:

The items contained in this section refer to the information to be provided in the informative note for all cookies, both those necessary for the functioning of the site, for which consent is not required, but nevertheless the informative note is necessary, and those not necessary and/or coming from third parties other than the owner's domain for which consent is also required.

Unnecessary Cookies:

The items contained in this section must be filled in with first-party unnecessary cookies, i.e. downloaded from the same domain as the owner to provide additional services or for other purposes other than the basic functionality of the site.


Items in this section must be filled in if profiling cookies are used

Third party cookies:

The items contained in this section must be filled in in the presence of cookies from third parties different from the data controller.

All fields contain a short description that helps to fill in the form.