Cookies Policy

(updated 31 December 2015)


Cookies are the most famous blocks of information on the web. They are small text files that the visited sites send to the user’s terminal (i.e. all devices with an IP such as a computer, tablet or smartphone), where they are stored before being retransmitted to the same sites on their next visit. They are very useful both to perform (and speed up) an authentication and to monitor the sessions and store certain technical parts of the remote-terminal exchange which would otherwise be impossible. Through cookies, then, you can store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of the user and / or the mobile device with which the user accesses the website, usually anonymously.

These small files, used by the site, are intended to:
generate access statistics in an aggregate and anonymous form relating to visits and returns to the site.
? keep the browsing session active

During visits to the site some information will therefore be recorded on the user’s hard drive.

For more information on the manager of the processing of personal data, we refer to the Manager of the Treatment of Personal Data section in our Privacy Policy


The site uses cc.dd. technical cookies ie those used for the sole purpose of “carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network, or as strictly necessary for the provider of a service of an information company explicitly requested by the subscriber or user to provide the service “(cfr. art. 122, para 1, Privacy Code).

(A) The technical cookies used by may be sessional or persistent.

Sessional cookies are temporary cookies that last only until the user closes the browser. Persistent cookies, however, remain on the hard disk or on the user device that navigates on the site in question until their expiry date or until the user proceeds to an operation for their cancellation. These cookies can be used for security purposes, to help the user navigate through the pages, or to deliver information more effectively

Technical cookies manage data necessary for the provision of the pages and to make navigation easier, allowing you, for example, not to have to re-enter your username and password to access the restricted area, to remember the last page you visited, and to recognize the type of device in use. Technical cookies allow you to perform an aggregated statistical analysis relating to the most visited pages and your preferences, but only anonymously.
This site will use cookies to collect statistical information on the same site in order to continuously improve its design and functionality, to discover the number of visitors and to help us answer questions regarding the site.

(b) The site also allows the sending of “third party” cookies, ie performance cookies managed by third parties that are created by and subject to domains external to the site. This website does not control these cookies.

“Third parties” cookies on this web site may be grouped into the following types:
? Necessary cookies ie those absolutely necessary for the basic functioning of the site and for navigating within the site using the desired functions. Without these cookies we can not deliver the services that allow the web site to function.
? Performance Cookies ie those that collect information anonymously on how visitors use the site and let you know how visitors interact with the website, providing information about the areas visited, time spent and any problems ( such as, for example, error messages). This information helps to improve the web site performance. One of the biggest performance cookies used by the web site is Webmaster, about which the user is encouraged to visit the following pages in order to acquire more information:,and

Functional cookies ie those that enhance the experience of the web site visitor and which can, for example, recall information such as the language used. Remember that your preferences allow the website to provide better and more personalized features.

In addition, the site uses:
? cookies that have the function of storing the navigation language selected by the user.

Technical cookies used by the site are:


The website uses WP-SlimStat in order to monitor the number of visitors and to analyze the use of the website by the user. This plugin uses the first part of the cookie associated with the domain to collect data for statistical purposes, limiting its use strictly for that purpose. WP-SlimStat implements these so-called cookies and will not associate your actual IP address with other data which it might contain. In doing so, WP-SlimStat does not provide information on the entire IP address and, using a method known as ‘IP masking’ through which only partial information is shown, this makes it absolutely impossible to identify the user. Through this procedure, therefore, collects user data only for statistical purposes and for the sole purpose of improving this web site, confirming to the user visiting that the data collected during the access are used only for the purposes described in this paragraph. The information thus collected will not be disclosed to third parties and, in any case, the user will have the option of allowing, blocking or deleting cookies installed on the device used through the browser options installed on his/her PC or by using the privacy options of the mobile device from which he/she accesses the web.

If, however, the user blocks this function, the full functionality of the website may be compromised.

The information generated by cookies on this site (including the user’s IP address) is still protected in accordance with the Privacy Policy published on the website which the user is invited to read.

The third-party cookies used by the site are:

Google Analytics

Google Analitycs is a web analytics service provided by Google which, through cookies, acquires useful information to understand your use of the website (including your IP address). This information will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States and will be used for the purpose of: (i) tracing and examining the use of that site by users; and (ii) compiling reports on website activity for website operators and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage.

Google may also transfer this information to third parties, when this is required by law or where such third parties process the information on behalf of Google. In such cases, it will not associate your IP address with any other data already possessed. Therefore, this service allows you to analyze statistics about visitors to the website, but only in an anonymous and aggregate form.

In accordance with the directions of the Privacy Guarantor, “in the event that a site should also allow broadcasting of” third party cookies “, the information and the acquisition of consent are normally borne by the third party.” (Source:

The privacy policy of Google Analytics can be viewed at:

You may refuse to use such cookies by selecting the appropriate setting directly from your browser, although this could result in the possibility of not being able to use all the features of the website


How to disable cookies

As a user of the site, you are informed that through your browser settings you can accept or refuse the setting of all or certain types of cookies or request to be notified when a cookie is set. This operation requires several steps to meet the specific configuration instructions for your browser.

In the case that you want to disable third-party cookies previously accepted, you must go directly to your browser settings for the handling of cookies.

The following are those of the most popular browsers:

– Internet Explorer: Click “Tools” then “Internet Options.” On the Privacy tab, move the slider up to block all cookies, or down to accept all cookies, and then click OK. In any case, the user is encouraged to go to the following link for more information and updates on the procedure to follow: Click here

– Firefox: go to the “Tools” menu of your browser and select the “Options” menu. Click the “Privacy”, uncheck the “Accept cookies” box tab and click OK. In any case, the user is encouraged to go to the following link for more information and updates on the procedure to follow: Click here

– Safari: Select the menu “Edit” and then the menu “Preferences?. Click on “Privacy” and select the “Block cookies” setting always, and click OK. In any case, the user is encouraged to go to the following link for more information and updates on the procedure to follow: Click here

– Google Chrome: Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar. Select “Settings,” then click “Show advanced settings”. In the “Privacy” section, click the “Content Settings” button. In the “Cookies” section, select “Block sites from setting any data” and “Block third-party cookies and site data” sites, and then click OK. In any case, the user is encouraged to go to the following link for more information and updates on the procedure to follow: Click here

Finally, you are reminded that, if you decide not to accept cookies, some features, services or functionalities of the site may not be available.

Manager of the data processing art. 7 Legislative Decree no. 196/2003

Users can contact the Cutolo Esposito Law Firm (P.I. 07864550632), based in Naples (80127), Via Cimarosa n. 186, tel. 081/3723171, fax no. 081/5583498; PEC:; e-mail:, as the manager of the data processing and web site owner to enforce the rights recognized in favor of the interested party/ parties in accordance with art. 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196/03, sending a statement to that effect to In this way the user will be able to:

– Request information about and a confirmation of the existence or not of personal data concerning him/her;
– Know the origin of the data, and the manner and purpose of the processing;
– Ask for an updating, correcttion and / or integration of data concerning him/her;
– Request and obtain the cancellation, transformation into anonymous form, or blocking of data processed in violation of the law;
– Oppose the processing of data for legitimate reasons; or

– Oppose any processing of data for the sending of advertising material, direct sales, the performance of market research and any commercial communication.