Cookies Policy

1. Cookies

Cookies are small text files that the sites visited by users send to their terminals or devices, where they are stored before being transmitted again to the same sites on subsequent visits. Cookies (and/or similar technologies such as SDK technologies for mobiles) can be stored permanently (persistent cookies) on your device or be of variable duration: they can be deleted when you close your browser or be limited to a single session (session cookies).

Cookies are used for different purposes, usage on the website is further detailed in part 2 of this policy. We remind you that our platform supports the browsers and/or applications identified below for the proper provision of the service. For the best results, we recommend downloading the latest version of your browser and/or app. We also remind you that Casa di Cura Paideia Spa cannot guarantee the proper functioning of the service and the effectiveness of the information included in this policy for previous versions of unsupported browsers and/or apps.

Desktop browser

  • Chrome version 49.0 or later

  • Firefox version 52.0 or later

  • Internet Explorer version 11 or later

  • Edge

  • Safari version 8 or later

Mobile browser

  • iOS 7.1 or later (iPhone 4 or later): Safari

  • Android 4.1 or later: Chrome 28.0 or later, Samsung Browser 3.3 or later, Android browser.

  • Windows Phone 8.1 o successivo: IEMobile

Browser for tablets

  • Ipad: Safari

  • Android: Android Browser


  • IOS 6.1.0 or later

  • Android 3.2.0 or later

2. What are the different types of cookies?

There are different types of cookies: technical, statistical and profiling:

2.1. Technical and essential cookies

This type of cookie is used for the proper functioning of the site. Without these cookies, the site may not be displayed correctly or some parts or functions may be unusable. For this reason, technical cookies cannot be deactivated. Technical cookies may be persistent (i.e. they have a set expiry date) or session cookies (when the browser is closed, they are destroyed and then are recreated when the site is next visited).

2.2. Statistical or performance cookies

Statistical cookies help website owners understand how visitors interact with their sites by collecting and reporting information anonymously.

2.3. Functionality cookies

These cookies enable the site to provide advanced functions and personalisation. They may be set up by us or by third-party providers whose services have been added to our web pages.

2.4. Profiling or targeted advertising cookies

These cookies are used to obtain information about the user that can then be used for promotional and advertising purposes. Profiling cookies may be proprietary or third-party. For this type of cookies, explicit consent is required and they can be disabled at any time.

2.5. First-party or third-party cookies

The above-mentioned cookies can be:

  • First-party cookies: these cookies are installed by our site and are used to allow the site to remember user data and preferences.
  • Third-party cookies: third-party cookies are cookies set up by other sites. For example, a Facebook “Like” button on our site will enable a cookie that can be read by Facebook. The purpose of third-party cookies is to collect certain information in order to conduct various types of research, such as behavioural research, demographic research and, not least, for targeted marketing purposes. Another example would be Google Analytics by Google, Inc., a service that offers statistics for measuring and analysing site performance.

2.6. Cookies used by this site

For each cookie, we indicate the following:

  • Cookie category: (Technical, Statistical, Marketing, Profiling)
  • Owner of the cookie: (ATDM, Facebook, Google, YouTube)
  • Referring URL: basically where the cookie is located
  • Name of the cookie (e.g.: wc_cart_hash_#; PHPSESSID; _gid; _gat; _ga)
  • Purpose: i.e. why it is installed
  • Lifetime: after how long the cookie is automatically deleted


The site uses the following cookies:

3. How is opt-in consent given for the use of cookies?

Consent to the use of cookies is given explicitly by the user by actively clicking on the box agreeing to their use.

4. How to withdraw consent (opt-out) to the use of cookies?

Consent to cookies can be withdrawn at any time within our site in the cookie policy settings. Cookies can be completely disabled by most browsers in the cookie settings.

It is worth knowing, however, that by disabling cookies, you may not be able to use some of the features of

Please find below links to the policies of the main browsers for further information on disabling cookies:

  • Internet Explorer:
  • Google Chrome:
  • Mozilla Firefox:
  • Apple Safari:
  • Firefox:
  • Opera:
  • Safari:

Online test results

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