The regulation

This section aims to provide the user with some information relating to the use of cookies by the IAASS site pursuant to articles 13 and 122 of Legislative Decree 196/2003, relating to privacy, and based on the provision of privacy guarantor no. 229 of 8 May 2014.

What are cookies

Cookies are small text files sent by the server to the device you are using (desktop, laptop, mobile device, smartphone, etc.). Their function is to store information relating to navigation, expressed preferences or to set security levels, for a period of time that varies depending on the cookie. To learn more about their functioning, you can visit the section of the privacy guarantor’s website at: Two main types of cookies have been identified:
– TECHNICAL cookies, divided into:
navigation: allow navigation of the contents of certain areas of the site (e.g. restricted access sections, etc.);
analytics: they have the task of collecting data to aggregate to provide information on the number and types of visits;
functionality: they extend the normal functionality of the site (e.g. choice of language, saving preferences, etc.);
– PROFILING cookies: they collect data to create a profile of the users who browse the site.
Cookies of these 2 types can also be:
session, when they are deleted at the end of browsing (for example by closing the browser);
persistent, when they remain on the user’s computer even after the browsing session ends;
first party, when they are generated by the same site you are visiting;
third party, when they are generated by sites other than the site you are visiting.

Provision of consent to the use of cookies

Consent to the use of cookies is provided by clicking on the “[OK I ACCEPT]” button, present in the banner highlighted on the site’s homepage. Even simply browsing the site after viewing the banner is considered acceptance. The preference is recorded in a cookie which will remain on the user’s device for 30 days, after which consent will need to be provided again.

Disabling cookies

Bearing in mind that blocking cookies completely or partially could make the services offered by the site non-functional and some sections inaccessible, you can, however, disable them by following the instructions provided by the browser you use.

Third party links, content and information

This site may contain links and references to other websites, which allow you to leave these pages. The sites to which these links refer are not under the control of IAASS, which is therefore not responsible for their content or any other links contained therein, and for any changes or updates to third-party sites.