Cookies and privacy policy

No personal informations are stored or transmitted to third party by the webmaster without your consent. If you contact me, I will use your contact informations only to answer you and then I will delete all of your data. If you leave a comment, all your personal informations will not be stored by the owner of the website. If you use the contact form, your name and email will be transmitted to me and they will be used only to answer your message and not transmitted to anyone else.

If you continue the navigation, you accept the use of cookies from and

All the applicable laws on privacy and personal data protection (GDPR) will be strictly followed.

For cookie policy, read below.

The responsible for data treatment is Giuseppe Alonci. You can find my contact informations here:

Cookies policy

This site uses cookies and, in some cases, third-party cookies to provide a better experience and service for users. When navigating or using the services provided by and, you agree to our use of cookies. However, the user has the option to prevent the generation of cookies and disposal of the same by selecting the appropriate option in your browser. If you block the use of cookies on your browser it may disrupt some services and some functions of the website may not be available. For further informations on how to block the cookies, see the end of the page.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small piece of text that websites send to the browser and is stored on the user’s terminal, which may be a personal computer, a mobile phone, a tablet, etc. These files allow the website to remember information about your visit, such as language and preferred options, which can make your next visit easier and make the site more useful for you. Cookies play a very important role in improving user experiences on the web.

There are three different types of cookies:

  • Session cookies: these are mainly used by online shops and allow you to keep items in your basket when shopping online. These cookies expire when the browser is closed
  • Permanent cookies: these remain in operation, even when you have closed the browser. They remember your login details and password so you don’t have to type them in every time you use the site. The law concerning permanent cookies stipulates that they need to be deleted after a period of six months
  • Third-party cookies: these are installed by third parties with the aim of collecting certain information to carry out various research into behaviour, demographics etc.

How are cookies used?

By browsing this website you are accepting that we can install cookies on your machine. Cookies are used only for technical reason and for analytics, for example to rember the language you selected for the next visit (pll_language). pll_language is a persistent cookie (i.e. it will stay on your computer after you close the session) provided by the popular plugin “polylang”, that allows to be presented in two languages.

Most of the cookies we use are linked to google. You can find a complete list of them here: and the privacy policy of google here:

cookie_notice_accepted is used to rember if you have accepted the use of the cookies in websites.

wordpress_test_cookie  This cookie is used to enable the CMS to check if the browser has enabled cookies.

If you leave a comment, cookies will be installed on your pc, like comment_author_, comment_author_email_, comment_author_url, to display the related informations and to remember your details for your next comment. No data will be transmitted to any third party by the owner of the website, that will receive your username, your email (mandatory for legal reason, will not be displayed and will not be transmitted to any third party) and your url (not mandatory, the link to your website will be displayed).

Google Analytics is used to obtain anonymous statistical informations (“_ga”, “gadwp_wg_default_dimension”, “gadwp_wg_default_metric”)

For more informations and to understand how to avoid cookies installation, click here: and here and here:

Localstorage stores data with no expiration date, and gets cleared only through JavaScript, or clearing the Browser Cache / Locally Stored Data. It is used to store on your computer settings like the font size and other preferencies you set during your navigation on the website.

We also use Disqus. Disqus help you log in faster and enhance your navigation through the site. A cookie may also convey information to us about how you use the Service (e.g., the pages you view, the links you click and other actions you take on the Service), and allow us to track your usage of the Service over time. A persistent cookie remains on your hard drive after you close your browser. Persistent cookies may be used by your browser on subsequent visits to the site. Persistent cookies can be removed by following your web browser’s directions. A session cookie is temporary and disappears after you close your browser. You can reset your web browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. However, some features of the Service may not function properly if the ability to accept cookies is disabled.

For more informations and for the Disqus Privacy Policy,

Google Adsense is used to show you the most appropriate advertisement for your profile. Google adsense use third-party cookie and collects data on your behaviour on the web and during your visit. These data are used and collected by google adsense and his affiliated partner. These data will not be sold or used to contact you. For more informations, you can check the following websites:

DoubleClick uses cookies to improve advertising. Some common applications are to target advertising based on what’s relevant to a user, to improve reporting on campaign performance, and to avoid showing ads the user has already seen.

The cookie ID in each DoubleClick cookie is essential to these applications. For example, DoubleClick uses cookie IDs to keep a log of which ads show to which browsers. When it’s time to serve an ad to a browser, DoubleClick can use the browser’s cookie ID to check which DoubleClick ads have already been delivered to that particular browser. That’s how DoubleClick avoids showing ads the user has already seen. In the same way, cookie IDs allow DoubleClick to log conversions related to ad requests—such as when a user views a DoubleClick ad and later uses the same browser to visit the advertiser’s website and make a purchase. DoubleClick cookies contain no personally identifiable information. With the user’s and publisher’s permission, information associated with the DoubleClick cookie may be added to the user’s Google Account. If a signed out user opts out using the Ads Settings, the unique DoubleClick cookie ID on the user’s browser is overwritten with the phrase “OPT_OUT” and is not used for ads personalization. Because there is no longer a unique cookie ID, the opt-out cookie cannot be associated with a particular browser.

If a signed in user opts out using the Ads Settings, the unique DoubleClick cookie ID on the user’s browser will remain. However, the DoubleClick cookie ID is not used for ads personalization while signed in.

For more informations:

  • Third party vendors, including Google, use cookies to serve ads based on a user’s prior visits to your website or other websites.
  • Google’s use of advertising cookies enables it and its partners to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and/or other sites on the Internet.
  • Users may opt out of personalized advertising by visiting Ads Settings. (Alternatively users can opt out of a third-party vendor’s use of cookies for personalized advertising by visiting

When does DoubleClick send cookies to a browser?

DoubleClick sends a cookie to the browser after any impression, click, or other activity that results in a call to the DoubleClick server. If the browser accepts the cookie, the cookie is stored on the browser.

Most commonly, DoubleClick sends a cookie to the browser when a user visits a page that shows DoubleClick ads. Pages with DoubleClick ads include ad tags that instruct browsers to request ad content from the DoubleClick ad server. When the server delivers the ad content, it also sends a cookie. But a page doesn’t have to show DoubleClick ads for this to happen; it just needs to include DoubleClick ad tags, which might load a click tracker or impression pixel instead.

How to cancel cookies?

You can delete or disable cookies from the settings of your browser. Below you will find some useful link, otherwise ask to the support assistance of your browser.