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Analytics

The services contained in this section, provided by third parties, are used to track User behavior and, in case of profiling, they can require the User’s express consent.

Google Analytics (Google)

Google Analytics is a web analysis service supplied by Google, Inc. (“Google”), which uses “cookies” to collect Users’ Personal Data which are forwarded to, and deposited on, Google’s servers in the United States. Google uses the Data collected to (i) track and examine the Website’s usage, (ii) prepare reports on the Website’s activities for the website managers and (iii) supply other optional services. Google may use the Data collected to carry out behavioral targeting of the Website’s Users. Google does not associate the user’s IP address with any other information in Google’s possession. Any refusal to utilize the cookies, by selecting the appropriate setup on your browser, may prevent the use of some functions of this Website.

Email Management

These services, provided by third parties, allow the Site to manage and monitor lists of the email addresses of their Users and communicate with them via email.

Mailchimp

Mailchimp is a mailing list service supplied by Mailchimp Inc., which makes possible to manage a contacts database in order to send e-mails connected to the services offered by the Website. The service allows the Data Controller to collect information about the date and time when the e-mails are visualized by the User, as well as information about User’s clicks on the addresses contained in the e-mail sent.