Privacy and Cookie Policy


This Blog does not represent a newspaper as it is updated without any periodicity. It cannot therefore be considered an editorial product pursuant to law n. 62 of the 7.03.2001


The data provided to the staff of this website ( will be treated in accordance with the provisions of current legislation privacy policy, in particular by Legislative Decree 196 / 2003.

Treatment object data

Navigation data

For security reasons, and in order to fulfill specific legal obligations, the technical connection data of users are recorded in text files stored in the server's memory (so-called Log file).

A series of technical data are recorded in the log files such as:

  • visitor's IP address;
  • date and time of access;
  • page displayed;
  • any web page of origin;
  • browser and operating system used.

These data allow to trace the identity of the owner of the connection, but this only following particular technical checks that can only be carried out by the judicial authority. In no case the ns. employees will be able to independently trace the identity of the visitors through these navigation data and in no case will the reunification with other data sources in our possession be carried out in order to trace the navigation paths of specific users.

Data provided voluntarily

To use the newsletter service, the user must provide their email address which will be used only and exclusively to automatically send the latest articles published on this site, by email, without advertising messages inside. It is possible to unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time using the appropriate line at the bottom of each communication received.


For more information about the use of cookies by this site ( and third-party companies, please visit the Cookies section on this page, where you can consult the detailed information (cd. cookie policy).

Aims of treatment

We use browsing data and those that are voluntarily provided to us by users only for the purposes for which the data was collected:

  • The log files are processed by us to check the correct functioning of the site and protect our systems from any cyber attacks;
  • The personal data provided voluntarily are processed in order to provide the newsletter service
  • Cookies are treated in accordance with what is indicated in the specific information (so-called Cookie Policy) on this page.

Method of treatment

The data being processed are processed using IT tools in a mainly automated manner. Suitable security measures are observed to prevent the loss of data, illicit or incorrect use and unauthorized access.

Data controller

Pietro Mannino

General information about cookies

 What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that websites save on your computer or mobile device while you visit them. Thanks to cookies, this website remembers your actions and preferences (eg login, language, searches, etc.) so that you do not have to re-enter them when you return to the site or browse from one page to another.

They also guarantee a better functioning of the site itself: many cookies in fact guarantee a shorter loading time, others are used to manage the font, comments and so on.
Finally, there may be third-party cookies useful for monitoring the total visits of the Blog, for showing advertisements to readers, etc.

How do we use cookies?

By visiting this site, various cookies will be installed via WordPress (technical) and third-party services (technical or profiling), which may be useful to the site itself and to readers for some of the following reasons:

  • Remember login (authors only)
  • Allow the user to comment
  • Make the site faster, more responsive and more secure
  • Get statistics on visits
  • Show advertising
  • Social keys and widgets
  • Show videos (YouTube and the like)
  • Use of surveys, cookie information and various popups that require reader action.

The duration of cookies on browsers varies according to the cookie itself. The Blog has no control over the duration of cookies, which can however be deleted (or not accepted by the user). In fact, it is not necessary to enable cookies for the site to work, but doing so improves navigation. It is therefore possible to delete or block cookies, but in this case the functions described above they won't work correctly.

Third party cookies can collect user information.

What cookies do we use and how to disable them?


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__cfduid permanent profiling
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_drt_ brief profiling
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__jid brief profiling
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__utmc session profiling
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VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE permanent profiling
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YSC session profiling
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NID (x2)
PREF (x2)
.Google. com permanent profiling
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To learn more, go up e You can delete cookies already on your computer and set almost all browsers to block their installation. If you choose this option, however, you will have to manually change some preferences each time you visit a site and it is possible that some services or certain functions are not available.

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