For simplicity, in this document these technologies are briefly defined as "Tracking Tools", unless there is reason to differentiate.
For example, although Cookies can be used in both web and mobile browsers, it would be inappropriate to speak of Cookies in the context of applications for mobile devices, since these are Trackers that require the presence of a browser. For this reason, within this document the term Cookie is used only to specifically indicate that particular type of Tracker.
Some of the purposes for which Tracking Tools are used may also require the User's consent. If consent is given, it can be freely revoked at any time by following the instructions contained in this document.
This Website uses Trackers managed directly by the Owner (commonly called "first-party" Trackers) and Trackers that enable services provided by third parties (commonly called "third-party" Trackers). Unless otherwise specified herein, such third parties have access to their respective Trackers.
Duration and expiry of Cookies and other similar Tracking Tools may vary depending on what is set by the Owner or by each third party provider. Some of them expire at the end of the User's browsing session.
In addition to what is specified in the description of each of the categories below, Users can obtain more detailed and updated information on the duration, as well as any other relevant information - such as the presence of other Trackers - in the privacy policies of the respective third-party providers (via the links made available) or by contacting the Data Controller.
Activities strictly necessary to ensure the functioning of this Website and the provision of the Service
Other activities involving the use of Trackers
Simple interactions and functionality
This Website uses Tracking Tools to allow simple interactions and activate features that allow Users to access certain resources of the Service and simplify communication with the Owner.
This Website uses Trackers to provide a personalized user experience, allowing better management of personal settings and interaction with external networks and platforms.
This Website uses Tracking Tools to measure traffic and analyze User behavior with the aim of improving the Service.
Targeting and Advertising
This Website uses Trackers to deliver personalized commercial content based on User behavior and to manage, disseminate and track advertisements.
How to manage preferences and give or withdraw consent
There are various ways to manage preferences relating to Trackers and to give or withdraw consent, where necessary:
Users can manage Tracker preferences directly through their device settings - for example, they can prevent the use or storage of Trackers.
In addition, whenever the use of Trackers depends on consent, the User can give or withdraw this consent by setting their preferences in the cookie information or by updating these preferences via the tracking settings widget, if present.
Thanks to specific browser or device functions, it is also possible to remove previously saved Trackers.
Other Trackers present in the browser's local memory can be removed by deleting the browsing history.
Locate the settings related to Trackers
Users can, for example, find information on how to manage Cookies in some of the most popular browsers at the following addresses:
Users can also manage some Trackers for mobile applications by disabling them through the appropriate device settings, such as the mobile advertising settings or general tracking settings (Users can consult the device settings to identify the relevant one). .
How to opt out of interest-based advertising
Without prejudice to the foregoing, Users are informed of the possibility of using the information on YourOnlineChoices (EU), Network Advertising Initiative (USA) and Digital Advertising Alliance (USA), DAAC (Canada), DDAI (Japan) or other similar services. With these services it is possible to manage the tracking preferences of most of the advertising tools. The Owner therefore advises Users to use these resources in addition to the information provided in this document.
The Digital Advertising Alliance also provides an application called AppChoices that helps Users control behavioral advertising on mobile applications.
Consequences of refusal of consent
Users are free to decide whether or not to give consent. However, note that Trackers allow this Website to provide a better experience and advanced features to Users (in line with the purposes outlined herein). Therefore, in the absence of the User's consent, the Owner may not be able to provide the related functions.
The high-performance computational system hosted by the Benevento hub consists of an HP superdome server consisting of 224 CPU cores distributed on 16 microprocessors
Intel(R) Xeon(R) Platinum 8280 and 1 NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPU unit managed by the RedHAT Enterprise Linux version 8 operating system. The system has a highly reliable storage capacity of approximately 150 TB and allows memory allocation up to to 1.5TB RAM.
The HP superdome architecture allows you to scale the computing power of the system linearly up to 32 microprocessors and 40 TB RAM. The link
to the GARR university backbone allows the secure sharing of genomic data with the other Biogem and Unisa hubs. The system hosts the latest generation genomic processing tools and bioinformatics software development environments (Rstudio, Python) and is integrated with the user authentication system of the Biogem hub, allowing effective and secure management
of operator access.