Cookie Policy

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site. They are used to remember preferences and information of website visitors (authentication, language, localization and so on). Some information is used for statistical and marketing purposes


  • session (they are removed when closing the browser)
  • persistent (they are deleted after a given elapsed period of time)
  • first-party (they can be read only by the website you are visiting)
  • third-party (they are created and used by external domains other than the website we are visiting)

The table below explains which cookies are used.

Cookies Name Type Purpose
Google Analytics _utma
First-party persistent These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use the site. This information is used to compile reports and to help us improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come from and the pages they visited.
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.NET Session ASP.NET_SessionId First-party session This cookie is essential for managing user sessions. This cookie is anonymous and is deleted when you close your browser.
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DoubleClick id Third-party persistent DoubleClick uses cookies in order to improve advertising. Some common uses of cookies include the selection of advertising according to what is pertinent to a user to improve the reports on the performance of campaigns and to prevent the user from viewing ads already shown in the past. DoubleClick sends cookies to the browser when a user visits a page in which the DoubleClick ads are published. The pages with DoubleClick ads include tags of ads that indicate to the browser to request content of the ads from the DoubleClick ad servers. When the server shows the content of the ads, it also sends a cookie. For this to happen, it is not necessary for DoubleClick ads to be displayed in a page; it is sufficient to include tags of DoubleClick ads which could, instead, load a tool for detecting clicks or a pixel of impressions. DoubleClick cookies do not contain any information that lead to personal identification of users.
Facebook   Third-party
Twitter   Third-party

Most browsers make it possible to manage cookies through the options. For further information on cookies, including how to see which cookies have been saved and how to manage and eliminate them, visit o

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