Privacy Policy

Cookie Policy under European law

The website you are browsing is compliant with European legislation on the use of cookies. To make this site work well, we sometimes install small data files called "cookies" on your device. The site uses its own profiling cookies or cookies introduced by third-party services that the site uses.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer when you visit a website.

These files are used to personalize the exploration of users and collect automatic information for accessing and using the site.

When the website is reliable, as in the case of our portal, cookies contribute to improving and speeding up its navigation, as well as facilitating your next visit, making the site more useful for your needs.

This is the sequence of setting (or creating) a cookie:

When you visit a website for the first time, it asks you to accept a cookie for a specific domain. If you accept, the cookie is saved on your computer.

Every time you view a resource from that domain, the browser sends the cookie.

Is it possible to block cookies?

Yes you can block or allow cookies on all websites or choose the sites for which they are allowed.

Is it appropriate to block all cookies?

Not necessarily. Blocking all cookies can actually help protect privacy, but limit the functionality available on some websites. It is therefore advisable to choose the websites for which to allow cookies. It is therefore possible to initially block all cookies and therefore allow those necessary for the sites considered reliable.

What are temporary cookies?

Temporary cookies (or session cookies) are removed from the computer when the browser is closed. They are used to store temporary information, such as items in the cart.

What are persistent cookies?

Persistent cookies (or saved cookies) remain stored on the computer even after closing the navigation browser. They are used to store information, such as the login name and password, in order to prevent the user from having to re-enter them every time he visits a specific site. Permanent cookies can remain on the computer for days, months or even years.

What are the cookies of the websites displayed?

The cookies of the displayed websites derive from the displayed website and can be permanent or temporary. They can be used to store information that will be reused the next time you visit the site.

List of Cookies set by the Site.
Type Name Session Limited Host Only Expiration Description
Tecnical ierom_sa_session No Yes Session End PHP Session
Tecnical XSRF-TOKEN No Yes Session End XSRF Token
3rd parts __utma No No 2 Years Google Analytics - Users and sessions distinction
3rd parts __utmb No No 30 minutes Google Analytics - number of sessions / visits
3rd parts __utmc Yes No Session End Google Analytics - internal use in GA
3rd parts __utmz No No 6 months Google Analytics - Use for navigation tracking
3rd parts __utmt No No 10 minutes Google Analytics - Speed of requests
What are third party cookies?

Third-party cookies derive from advertisements from other sites, such as pop-ups or advertising banners, present on the website displayed. They can be used to record the use of the website for marketing purposes.

Below we indicate the links to the information and consent forms on cookies available on the websites of third parties that send cookies through our website:

  • Google Analytics, Youtube:

Below are the procedures to activate or deactivate, delete or block cookies on the main browsers

Google Chrome

Activation or deactivation of cookies

Click on the Chrome menu icon.

Select Settings.

At the bottom of the page, click Show advanced settings.

In the "Privacy" section, click Content settings.

Enable or disable cookies:

To activate cookies, select Allow saving data locally (recommended).

To disable cookies, select Block sites from setting any data.

Click Finish to save.

If you prefer that a record of your visits and downloads is not stored in Google Chrome, you can browse the web in incognito mode.

Opening an incognito browsing window

An incognito navigation window looks different than a normal window. The top of an incognito navigation window is gray or blue, depending on the computer or device.

To open an incognito navigation window, do the following:

Exit incognito mode

To exit incognito mode, you can:

Click on the X icon in the corner of the window.

Use the keyboard shortcut Alt + F4 (Windows and Linux) or? -Shift-W (Mac).

Close the last tab in a window; the window is also closed automatically.

How does it work

Browsing history is not recorded. Web pages viewed and files downloaded in incognito mode are not recorded in browsing and download histories.

Cookies are deleted. All new cookies are deleted after closing all incognito browsing windows.

You can easily switch between incognito and normal browsing modes. You can simultaneously open incognito and normal windows and switch from one mode to another.

Extensions are disabled. Extensions are automatically disabled in incognito windows. This is because Google Chrome does not control how extensions manage your personal data. If you want an extension to be displayed in the incognito navigation windows, select the "Allow incognito mode" checkbox for the extension.

Data that is stored

Chrome stores updates to your bookmarks and general settings.

Stores any changes made to Favorites or general settings in incognito mode.

Websites may keep a record of your visit.

Incognito browsing is for the sole purpose of preventing Google Chrome from storing information on the websites you have visited. Records of your visit may be stored on the websites you visit. In addition, all files saved on your computer or on your mobile devices are kept.

Internet Explorer

To delete cookies, perform the following procedure:

To open Internet Explorer, click the Start button. In the search box, type Internet Explorer and then in the list of results, click Internet Explorer.

Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.

Click the General tab and then under Browsing History, click Delete.

Select the Cookies checkbox and then click Delete if it is not already selected. Select or clear the check boxes for any other options you want to delete. To keep cookies for saved favorites, select the Keep data on favorite websites check box.


Preferences for cookies

Preferences> Advanced> Cookies. These settings allow you to configure the management of cookies in Opera. The default setting is to accept all cookies.

Accept cookies

All cookies are accepted

Accept cookies only from the site you visit

Third-party cookies, sent from a domain other than the one you are visiting, are rejected.

Never accept cookies

All cookies are rejected

Delete new cookies when exiting Opera

Some websites need cookies to function properly. In this case, if you want to prevent the sent cookies from being stored between one browsing session and another, activate the "Delete new cookies when exiting Opera" option.

Ask before accepting a cookie

To decide from time to time what to do with the cookies received, select "Ask before accepting a cookie". In this way, for each new cookie, the cookie dialog box will be displayed containing information on the origin of the cookie and its attributes.

Management of cookies

The cookie manager allows you to examine and modify the cookies saved in Opera. The "Cookie management ..." button opens a window containing a list of folders, each identified by a domain. After using the quick search field to locate a domain, open the relative folder to view all the cookies connected to it.

The cookie dialog

The cookie dialog is displayed every time a website offers a cookie, but only if the "Ask before accepting a cookie" option has been activated in Preferences> Advanced> Cookies. The dialog box displays the origin of the cookie and its attributes and allows you to choose whether to accept or reject it.

Force removal when leaving Opera

Check the "Force removal when exiting Opera" box to request that the cookie be removed at the end of the session regardless of its expiration date.

Remember the choice for all cookies for this domain

To accept or reject all cookies set for the same domain, check the box "Remember the choice for all cookies for this domain". In this way, the next time a cookie is offered for the same domain, the dialog will no longer be shown.

Details about the cookie

Click on "Cookie details" to view all the attributes.


To set the blocking of cookies

tap Block cookies and choose "Never", "Third party and advertisers" or "Always". Cookies are information of websites that are stored on the device to allow the sites themselves to remember the user on the next visit and so that the web page can be customized based on the information obtained.

Important: some pages may work only if you accept cookies.

To enable or disable JavaScript

Click on Advanced and activate or deactivate the corresponding option. JavaScript allows web programmers to control elements of the page. For example, a page that uses JavaScript may display current date and time or open a link in a new pop-up window.

To remove information from the device

To clear your history from Safari, touch Settings> Safari> Clear history.

To clear all cookies from Safari, touch Settings> Safari> Clear cookies and data.

To clear other information stored by Safari, tap Advanced> Website data> Remove all website data.


To check or change your settings:

Click on the menu button and select Options.

Select the Privacy panel.

Under History settings: select use custom settings.

To activate cookies, mark the item Accept cookies from sites; to deactivate them, remove the mark from the item.

If you are experiencing problems with cookies, also make sure that the Accept third-party cookies option is not set to Never.

Choose how long cookies can be stored:

Keep them until their expiry: cookies will be removed when they reach the expiry date (date set by the site that sends the cookies).

Keep them until Firefox is closed: cookies stored on your computer will be removed when Firefox is closed.

Keep them and ask each time: displays a warning every time a website tries to set a cookie and asks the user if he wants this cookie to be saved.

Click OK to close the options window.

Delete cookies for a specific site

Click on the menu button and select Options.

Select the Privacy panel.

Under History settings: select use custom settings.

Click on the Show cookies ... item. The Cookie window will be displayed.

In the Search field, type the name of the site whose cookies you want to remove. A list will appear showing the cookies related to the search carried out.

In the list, select the cookies to be removed and click the Remove cookies button.

To select all the cookies in the list, select the first cookie and press the Shift + End keys.

Click on the Close button to close the Cookie window.

Click OK to close the options window.

Delete all cookies

Click on the menu button, select History and then Clear recent history.

From the drop-down menu "Time interval to delete:" select "all".

Click the arrow next to Details to view the list of items to be deleted.

Select Cookies and make sure that the other elements you intend to keep are not selected.

Click on Clear now to delete cookies, then close the Clear all history window.

Block cookies from a specific site

Visit the site to which you want to inhibit the ability to set cookies.

Right-click by positioning the mouse cursor inside the page and select the item Information on the page.

In the Page Information window, select the Permissions panel.

On the Set cookies line, remove the check mark from Use default. Select the Lock option.

Close the page information window.

Remove all the cookies that the website has already set in Firefox.

View the list of blocked websites

Click on the menu button and select Options.

Select the Privacy panel.

Under History settings: select use custom settings.

Next to the item Accept cookies from sites, click on the Exceptions button.

Block cookies from all sites

Click on the menu button and select Options.

Select the Privacy panel.

Under History settings, select the option use custom settings.

Remove the mark from Accept cookies from sites.

Click OK to close the options window.

Disable third party cookies

Third-party cookies are cookies set by a website other than the one you are currently visiting. For example, the site may contain a Facebook "Like" button inside. That button will set a cookie that can be read by Facebook. This could be considered as a third party cookie.

Some advertisers use these types of cookies to track user visits to all the sites on which they offer their services. If a user believes that this traceability can be a source of concern and interference with their privacy, third-party cookies can be disabled in Firefox.


Disabling third-party cookies can prevent in some cases tracking by advertisers but not in all.

Some websites (such as Microsoft's Hotmail, MSN and Windows Live Mail mailboxes) use third-party cookies for purposes that are not necessarily related to privacy and their deactivation can interfere with the proper functioning of those sites.

The settings of third-party cookies are available in the window of the Privacy panel of Firefox Options:

Click on the menu button and select Options.

Select the Privacy panel.

Under History settings: select use custom settings.

Set the option Accept third-party cookies to never.

Note: if browsing with this type of setting you realize that it is not possible to correctly display some of the favorite websites, an intermediate solution is to set the option Accept third-party cookies from the sites visited. This setting allows you to accept third-party cookies from previously visited websites.