Google Analytics
Google Analytics (Google Inc.) is used for analysing the statistics about visitors to our site. Google Analytics uses cookies (text files that are stored in the visitor’s computer) in order to analyse the interaction of the user with the site, compiling reports and sharing them with other services developed by Google.
Google may use the information collected to personalise and contextualise the ads of its advertising network; such information is stored in Google servers in the United States.
Cookies can be deactivated from the browser preferences.
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Sometimes the information (anonymous) relating to your navigation within this site is also used by us to propose advertisements corresponding to the products and services in which you have shown interest while browsing the site. This type of advertising works by storing cookies in your computer. Such cookies are used to track the pages visited by the user and to propose advertisements connected to them within other sites.
The information gathered in this way cannot in any way be connected to the user’s identity and is not shared with the sites where the ads concerned appear. This information is also managed by third parties solely for the purposes indicated above; such third parties may be the following: Google Inc. or DoubleClick Inc., who make their advertising platforms and their publisher site networks available in order to show interested users our ads.
We only work with third parties who agree to manage user data in compliance with the current privacy regulations and who adhere to the Self Regulatory Program for Online Behavioural Advertising; therefore the behavioural retargeting cookies that are can be deactivated from the browser, as well as from this page (


Click here ( to view the privacy policies about advertising of Google Inc. and DoubleClick Inc.