Privacy & Cookies


The Code of the privacy has entered in vigor on January, 01, 2004. The Code re-unites in only context law 675/1996 and other you decree legislation, deontologic regulations and codes that are conformed in these years, and contains also important innovations holding account of the “jurisprudence” of the Guarantor and the directive Ue 2000/58 on the confidentiality in the electronic communications. The Unified Body of Laws replaces the law “mother” on the protection of gives to you, n. the 675 of 1996 and is divided in three parts: The First is dedicated to the dispositions generates them, reordered in such way to deal all the implementations and the rules of the treatment with reference to the public sectors and private; The Second one is the special section dedicated to specific fields. This section, beyond to disciplining to unknown aspects in part (legal information, notificazioni of legal proceedingses, give on the behaviors debtors to you), for a long time complete also the waited for discipline for the field of the sanitary organisms and that one of the controls on the workers; The Third one faces the matter of the administrative and jurisdictional protections with the consolidation of the administrative and penal endorsements and with the relative dispositions to the Office of the Guarantor (Sig. Claudio Chiodelli).


About Cookies

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Cookies on this Web Site

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Facebook permits required by this Application

This application may take a few Facebook permissions that let you perform actions with the Facebook account of the User and to collect information, including Personal Information, to it.

The permissions required are:

“Like” – Provides access to the list of all the pages that the user has marked the Thumb.

For more information on permits that follow, please refer to the documentation of the Facebook permissions and the privacy policy of Facebook

How to disable cookies in your browser

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Internet Explorer: click on “Tools” in the menu bar and then on the item “Internet Options”. Finally, access to the tab settings “Privacy” to change your preferences regarding cookies.

Mozilla Firefox: click on “Tools” in the menu bar and then on the item “Options”. Finally access the settings under “Privacy” to change your preferences regarding cookies.

Google Chrome: type “chrome: // settings / content” in the address bar (without quotation marks), and change the settings for cookies as you want.

Safari: Select “Preferences” and then choose “Privacy”. Block Cookies section specify how Safari must accept cookies from websites.