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This page describes how personal data of users who consult this WEB site are processed. This information is provided in accordance with Articles 7 and 13 – 22 of GDPR 2016/679 – and concerns only the website and its sub-domains, not other WEB sites that may be consulted by the user through hyperlinks. This disclosure is also made pursuant to Art. 13 of Legislative Decree. n. 196/2003 – Personal Data Protection Code(, regarding the processing of personal data of Users who communicate personal data to filling out and sending a “contact” form or subscribing to Newsletters.


Through your visit to this Web Site, we do not collect any of your personal information (e.g., name, address, telephone number, e-mail address…) unless voluntarily provided by you by completing and submitting appropriate contact forms and/or registering for our Newsletters. does not allow the provision of personal data by minors under the age of 18.


Dr. Alberto Macciò


Following the requirements of D. Lgs. 30/06/2003 , No. 196 concerning the “Code for the Protection of Personal Data”, we would like to inform you of the purposes and methods of processing to which the personal data you provide are intended:

  • Legal compliance related to civil, tax, accounting, etc., administrative management of the relationship, support and information regarding the services provided by;
  • Site user satisfaction verification, analysis and statistics;
  • Sending information about activities and services from
  • will not collect through this Site “sensitive” data referred to in Art. 62 of Legislative Decree. 30/06/2003, N. 196.


To protect your personal data given to us against destruction, loss, accidental or improper alteration and against unauthorized access or disclosure, has provided adequate security measures of a technical and organizational nature, preventing unauthorized access to the data thus collected.


On the WEB pages of this Site you may find hyperlinks (Hyperlinks) to other WEB sites, these Hyperlinks are proposed to provide better service to users and/or to propose partners and/or service providers. is in no way responsible for the content of linked sites and the cookies they install on your terminal.


The subjects to whom the personal data refer have the right at any time to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of such data and to know its content and origin, verify its accuracy or request its integration or updating, or rectification (art. 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003).

You will still have the right to exercise your rights under Art. 7 Legislative Decree. 30/06/2003, No. 196(, especially the right to withdraw from registration at any time and without penalty upon simple request.

Pursuant to the same article, you have the right to request the deletion, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed in violation of the law, as well as to oppose their processing in any case, for legitimate reasons. Requests should be addressed to the data controller.


An IP address is a number automatically assigned to your computer whenever you connect to the Internet through your Internet Provider or from a corporate LAN/WAN network using the same Internet protocols. Like the home address to which others can send material, the IP address is used by the Web Site to be able to send you its own pages. Visitors’ IP addresses are stored on our server and are anonymous data for us, as they cannot be directly associated with an identified user and are used only for statistical purposes to detect access to the services provided by our Web Site.

Having read the information notice, you consent to the communication and processing of your personal data in accordance with its terms.


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This information on the use of cookies on this Web Site is provided to you in implementation of the provision of the Guarantor for the Protection of Personal Data of May 8, 2014 “Identification of simplified procedures for information and acquisition of consent for the use of cookies”( and in compliance with Art. 13 of the Privacy Code, Leg. n. 196/2003(
In order to make this Site more complete and intuitive and to make our services simple and efficient, we make use of technical cookies, for example, preventing the user from having to re-enter the same information multiple times during the visit or on subsequent visits, and third-party cookies.


Cookies are small text files that sites visited by users send to their terminals, where they are stored and then transmitted back to the same sites on the next visit. So-called “third-party” cookies, on the other hand, can be set by a domain other than the one the user is visiting. This is because there may be content on each site (images, maps, sounds, specific links to WEB pages on other domains, etc.) that reside on servers and/or domains other than that of the site visited.


Cookies are used for different purposes: performing computer authentication, session tracking, storing information about specific configurations regarding users accessing the Site, storing preferences, etc.

For in-depth information about cookies and how they affect your browsing experience, you can consult the following site (in English):


These are the cookies that serve to optimize navigation and/or provide a service requested by the user. They are not used for any further purposes and are normally installed directly by the WEB site owner.
This Site uses technical cookies to allow some of its features to work properly, these technical cookies are of two categories, “session” and “persistent”:

  • session: they are installed at each visit and automatically deleted when the browser is closed
  • persistent: once the browser is closed, they are not deleted but remain until a preset expiration date

The technical cookies sent by our Site/domain are necessary for the proper functioning of the Site itself and to provide some of the services it offers, they will therefore always be used and sent unless the user changes their browser settings as explained below.


By visiting this WEB Site, you may receive cookies either from the Site you visit (“proprietary” technical cookies) or from sites operated by other organizations (“third-party” cookies). “Third-party” cookies are usually sent from the domains of third parties and those of partners that offer some functionality to the pages of the Site (hereafter “Plugins”).

For third-party cookies installed through this Site, the information and consent obligations rest with the third parties, but the Site owner, as the technical intermediary between them and users, is required to include updated links to the third parties’ own disclosures and consent forms in this extended notice.
An example of these Plugins is the presence on the Site of Facebook “social plugins” or the use on the Site of other “plugins” offering third-party services such as, just for example: Google Map, Youtube, Vimeo. This is content generated directly by the aforementioned “third parties” and integrated into the pages of this Site that install their cookies on the visitor’s terminal.

Among this third-party content on this Site, the use of “social plugins” is for the purpose of sharing articles on the relevant “Social Networks” while other “plugins” may serve, for example, to display and use Geographic Maps, to display movies/videos, to display images and/or photo galleries, to provide information.

The presence of these “third-party” plugins on this Site results in the transmission of cookies to and from the aforementioned “third parties.” The management of information collected by “third parties” is governed by the relevant disclosures found on the Internet to which please refer. Below are some WEB addresses (URLs) of the different disclosures and how to handle cookies of some third parties.

Facebook disclosure:

Facebook (configuration): log in to your account. Privacy section.

Google informative:

Youtube informative:

Vimeo informative:


Analytics cookies, are assimilated to technical cookies only where they are used directly by the Site operator to collect information, in aggregate form, about the number of users and how they visit the Site itself. This Site, to collect information in aggregate form about the number of users and how they visit the Site, uses the third-party Google Analytics service with anonymized IPs provided by Google Inc.


WEB BEACONS, also known as CLEAR GIFS, PAGE TAGS AND WEB BUGS, are special technologies that can be likened to cookies. Third-party services, such as Google Analytics, are used on this Site and may install WEB BEACONS. A WEB BEACON (or similar) corresponds to a small (usually transparent) image embedded in a WEB page that sends the third party information about the visitor to the page such as: the IP address, when the page was viewed, from what device, and from what geographic area.


These are the cookies used to track the user’s navigation on the web and create profiles on his tastes, habits, choices, etc. By using these cookies, advertising messages in line with the preferences already expressed by the same user in his previous browsing or search engine searches can be transmitted to the user’s terminal while browsing other sites. This Site does not use proprietary profiling cookies.


Technical cookies sent from our domain:

PHPSESSID: Technical cookie required by the WordPress CMS (content manager). Ends with session

cookie_notice_accepted: Technical cookie that stores acceptance of Cookies installed by this Site, ends in 1 year.

Third-party cookies installed by visiting the pages of our Site:

We use data with anonymized (anonymized) IP collected through Google Analytics cookies to analyze the use of services and content provided by the Site of, in order to optimize the browsing experience and the quality of services offered.
Google Analytics is a WEB analytics service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google uses the Personal Data collected for the purpose of tracking and examining the use of this Web Site, making statistics, compiling reports, and sharing them with the owner of the Site (or those contracted by the owner) and other services developed by Google. Google may use the data and information thus collected to contextualize and personalize ads in its ad network.

This Google Analytics integration anonymizes your IP address. Anonymization works by abbreviating, within the borders of European Union Member States or other countries that are members of the European Economic Area agreement, the IP address of Users. Only in exceptional cases will the IP address be sent non-anonymized to Google’s servers located in the United States of America and anonymized there. You can find more information about IP anonymization at:

Cookies installed by Google Analytics:

_ga: Google Analytics cookie (created by third party Google inc.) used to identify user (number of visits, first and last visit), ends in 2 years.

_gid: Google Analytics cookie (created by third party Google inc.) used to identify the user, ends in 24 hours.

_gat_gtag: Google Analytics cookie (created by third party Google inc.) used to limit the number of requests sent, ends in 2 hours.

Place of data processing: USA

Google Inc. “is committed to keeping the data stored on its information systems safe and secure, and a multilevel security strategy is implemented throughout the organization.” You can find the security and privacy principles of Google Analytics at this address:

To offer visitors to Web sites the ability to prevent Google Analytics from using their data (opt-out), Google has developed the browser add-on for deactivating Google Analytics JavaScript (ga.js, analytics.js, dc.js). You can find this component and instructions for its installation at this address:

Embedded (embedded) content on the pages of this Site that installs third-party Cookies:

This Site may embed videos (digital movies) from Youtube and Vimeo, content from Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Google+ and, as needed, embeddable (embeddable) content from other platforms on its pages. cannot control the cookies that these third parties install on the terminal equipment of those who visit the pages of our Site, so to have information and control over these cookies you must inquire directly with these third parties.

Links to policies related to cookies installed by third parties:







Google Fonts and Google Maps: this Site may use fonts (characters) provided by the Google Fonts service and embed geographic maps from Google maps. You can find information about the cookies installed by these services provided by Google inc. at this address:


As explained below, by customizing your browser settings you can prevent the installation of cookies by the sites you visit, delete all or part of the cookies already installed, or enable a warning message when new cookies are installed.

For the types of cookies used by this Site, consent to their installation may be expressed by the User in one or more of the following ways:

  • By continuing to browse the pages of the Site
  • Through specific settings of the browser used to navigate the pages that make up the Site
  • By changing settings in the use of third-party services

However, some restrictive configurations may prevent you from fully using this Site or viewing parts of it.


At you can turn off behavioral advertising that uses cookies already on your computer and/or block behavioral advertising from some of the better-known providers who work with Web site operators to collect and use information useful for the enjoyment of behavioral advertising.


By default, browsers generally accept the use of cookies. The procedures below describe how to block the installation of cookies and/or how to remove existing cookies from some of the most common recent browsers. The exact procedures, however, depend on the browser used, the browser version itself, and the operating system and its version; for these reasons, the procedures given below should be considered as examples. You can find the correct and up-to-date procedures by consulting your browser’s help and/or consult the appropriate guides readily available on the WEB. By searching with search engines for phrases containing the word cookie, the full name of the browser used and its version, it is possible to find guides on the Internet with detailed and up-to-date instructions on the subject. One such guide covering various browsers, in English, can be found at:

Instructions for blocking cookies are however available in the guides and/or privacy policies of almost all modern browsers, we suggest in any case to update your browser to the latest available stable version and consult its respective guide.

Some examples of procedures on common browsers:

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Blocking the installation of cookies

  • Select Tools on the menu bar
  • Click Internet Options
  • Click the Privacy tab
  • Under Settings move the slider up until all cookies are blocked or down until all cookies are allowed, choose the preferred option then click OK.

Remove existing cookies

  • Select Tools on the menu bar
  • Click Internet Options
  • Click on the General tab, which is located under “Browsing History,” and click “Delete”

More information about removing or blocking cookies on the Microsoft Explorer browser can be found at:

Mozilla Firefox

Block installation of new cookies

  • Select Tools on the menu bar
  • Click Options
  • Click the Privacy tab
  • Uncheck the “Accept cookies from sites” box.

Remove existing cookies

  • Select Tools on the menu bar
  • Click Options
  • Click the Privacy tab
  • Click “Show Cookies”
  • Click “Remove all cookies.”

More information about removing or blocking cookies on Mozilla Firefox browsers can be found at: https:%20i%

Google Chrome

Block installation of new cookies

  • Click the icon with three horizontal bars in the upper right corner of the browser
  • Click on “settings”
  • Click “show advanced settings”
  • In the Privacy section, click on “content setting”
  • Select “Prevent sites from setting data” and/or “block third-party cookies and data from sites”
  • It is also possible, by clicking on “manage exceptions,” to set in detail the choices about the use of cookies by the different sites visited/visited

Remove existing cookies

  • Click the icon with three horizontal bars in the upper right corner of the browser
  • Click on “settings”
  • Click “show advanced settings”
  • Click the “Content Settings” button
  • Click the “All cookies and site data” button.
  • Click the “Remove All” button.

Chrome’s incognito browsing mode allows you to browse the WEB without storing the visited WEB pages on the terminal and without recording the visits in the browser history. All cookies installed while browsing with Chrome in incognito mode are deleted when you close all Chrome windows and all related browsing tabs that had been opened in this mode.

More information about removing or blocking cookies on Google Crome browsers can be found at:

Apple Safari

Block installation of cookies and remove existing cookies

  • Go to the Safari menu and select Preferences
  • Select the “Privacy” tab
  • Select the “always block” option
  • Under “Accept Cookies,” select the “Never” button

More information about removing or blocking cookies on Apple Safari browsers can be found at: https: //

This page is visible through footer links found on all pages of the Site, pursuant to Art. 122 second paragraph of Legislative Decree. 196/2003 and following the simplified procedures for information and acquisition of consent for the use of cookies published in the Official Gazette No. 126 of June 3, 2014 and its register of provisions No. 229 of May 8, 2014.

Autorizzare o revocare l’autorizzazione ai servizi di terze parti

Potete autorizzare o revocare l’autorizzazione ai servizi di terze parti ed all’installazione dei relativi cookies, selezionando le rispettive caselle per autorizzare o deselezionandole per revocare il consenso dato in precedenza, nel seguente modulo. Premere successivamente il pulsante “Update”: