Legal Notes

Information on the use of Cookies by website 

In order to improve the present and future history of this website we use cookies.

We use Cookies and similar devices to facilitate your browsing, to understand how you interact with us and to be able to show you advertisements in accordance to your browsing habits.

What is a Cookie ?

A Cookie is a small text file that a website stores on your PC, telephone or any other device, with information about your navigation on that website. Cookies are necessary to facilitate browsing and to make it more user-fiendly; they do not damage your computer. The main purpose of our Cookies is to improve your browsing experience, for example to remember you your preferences (language, country, etc.) while browsing and on future visits.

What are Coookies used for on this website ?

The information collected by Cookies also help us to improve our site by estimating numbers and patterns of use, the suitability of the website to the individual interests of the users, quicker searches, etc.. On occasion, if we have obtained your informed consent in advance, we may use Cookies, tags or other devices to get information that enables us to show you, either from our own website or from third parties websites or any other means, advertising based on the analysis of your browsing habits.

Who uses the information stored in Cookies ?

The information stored in the Cookies by our website shall be used exclusively by us, except for those indentified as third-parties Cookies , which are used and managed by external entities to provide services requested by us to improve our services and experience of the user when browsing our website. The main services for which these third-parties Cookies are used are necessary to access to statistics and to grant the payment transactions that are carried out.

How can you avoid using Cookies on this website?

If you prefer to avoid the use of Cookies on this page, take into account the above described limitations. You have first to disable the use of Cookies in your browser and then delete the Cookies saved in your browser associated with the website. You may use this option for preventing the use of Cookies at any time. You may also restrict, block or delete the Cookies from the website at any time by changing the configuration of your browser. While the settings are different in each browser, Cookies are normally configured in the ”Preference” or  “Tools” menu.

Cookies typologies

You can find different Cookies depending on their last, the domain which installed them and their function.


Session Cookies: they are temporary files stored until the website is left (or the browser closed).

Persistent Cookies : they are temporary files stored and kept even after the leaving of the website and browser’s closing.They are cancelled only after their expiration date


Cookies owners: they are files installed on user’s device directly from the website where you are browsing

Third parties Cookies: they are cookies installed by external websites, through an embedded code inside the pages of the web you are browsing. Examples of third parties Cookies are those installed by plugin social (to share the contents) or cookies which analyse the visits.  


Essential technical Cookies

They are necessary for the right performance of site’s pages. Without these Cookies some of these functions could be compromised and the access to content could be limited.They allow, for example, to keep track of authentication made by a user or by a site administrator. This kind of Cookies don’t get  personal information about the user.

Function of technical Cookies

They are Cookies used to store some choises made by the user to improve the browsing (such as language or to fill a form with the name used before).This kind of Cookies could include personal information (for example user’s name). Without these Cookies some of these functions and browsing among pages could be compromised.

Performance Cookies

These Cookies are used to understand if users are new or back, how they use the website, how they browse among pages, how long they stay on the website, from where they come from. Data don’t identify the user as person but they are aggregated anonymously by analysis instruments. Their disattivation don’t compromise website’s functions anyway

Widget Social Cookies

Some widget provided by social network (such as Firefox, Chrome, Explorer, Safari, Opera, etc..) may  use own Cookies of third parties. Their disattivation don’t compromise the use of the website, if not in sections where widget can be installed (for example to mainstream videos or maps) and in certain cases where there is the chance of rapid share of contents or the chance to comment some website’s areas.

Advertising Cookies

Advertising Cookies are installed to show to website users contents linked to their preferences. They can be used to show advertising contents targeted to user’s interests. These Cookies work together with third parties websites and they keep track of previous browsing on existing pages on different demains. They also take track of user’s IP address as well as some other information which can be personal

Managing and deletion

To disable the use of all or some Cookies, it is necessary to change the browser navigation settings (Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Explorer, Opera, etc..).Usually browsers are set in advance to accept Cookies unless they are configured by the user in a different way. It is possible that the browser could block some or all Cookies, or show a message to the user before to install a Cookie.

We remind you the well known links for Cookies managing :





Used Cookies list

The following table shows all used Cookies and what kind of information they have.

Cookie’s name  Use Service Kind and Last
-ga-gat Cookies installed by Google Analytics Functionality- Advertising Third parties-persistent
eDtest, bmc, eDenter­_basketO. eDenter_disp, eDenter_cliente  Necessary Cookies to manage the website  Essential functions Internal third parties - Session
PYPF Cookies installed by PAYPAL Functionalities Session
Cwallowcookies Cookies for Cookies managing Essential functions Internal -persistent

Note : Third parties Cookies can change their name, increase or decrease their number in every moment and with no notice from the Third party supplier

Information regarding online dispute resolution pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR (Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):

The European Commission gives consumers the opportunity to resolve online disputes pursuant to Art. 14 Para. 1 of the ODR on one of their platforms. The platform ( serves as a site where consumers can try to reach out-of-court settlements of disputes arising from online purchases and contracts for services.