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All the cookies described in this section are sent directly from this website and are managed directly by our company, with registered office in accordance with section 2497b of the Italian Civil Code, and Chamber of Commerce registration number , Tax ID No. , data controller. The technical cookies are used without requiring the consent of the user, but may be disabled. In accordance with Italian Legislative Decree 196/03, upon request sent to the email address , the user may obtain at any time confirmation whether any data are held and processed that relate to him/her as well as an indication of the purpose of the processing, of the source of the data, of the logic applied to the processing and of all the above-listed elements. The user is also entitled to have:
- such data updated, rectified or completed;
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The aim of these cookies is to ensure you have an efficient browsing experience or to increase the functionality or performance of the website. They are not used for any other purpose and are managed directly by our company. They are divided into:
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