This website uses cookies, which are small data files that it creates and stores on your computer (PC, tablet, laptop, smartphone, etc.), to anonymously gather bulk information on how our visitors navigate the site.
Through the consistent use of cookies the Seismofaults Team obtains statistical data on the use of the website, stores information and allows registered users to access restictred portions of the site, all in order to provide better services and improve the navigation.
You can choose to disable the use of cookies at any time by selecting the relevant options in your browser’s preferences. Users must be aware, however, that doing this they may prevent some of the site functionalities to operate properly.
More specifically, the site uses:
cookie analytics, to collect and analyze navigation data, addresses in URI notation of the resources being requested, the time of the request, and the size of any file obtained as a response to the request; all of these data are collected with the sole purpose of gathering anonymous information on the site usage and making sure it runs properly;
cookies for managing the search forms and improve the navigation.
The cookies used by our website do not allow us to collect personal information, nor do they attempt to link your IP to your identity, and for no reason they are used for marketing purposes.

This website uses Google Analytics for IP address anonymization (details here). Google Analytics is a service provided by Google, Inc. (hereinafter "Google"). The statistical information collected by Google Analytics is sent to Google for creating a report on the activity of the website. Our website does not use this tool for statistical analyses to collect your personal data, nor does it allow others to do it.
Google does not associate your IP to any other information it may already own, nor does it does it attempt to link an IP address to the identity of a user. Google may transfer this information to third parites if there is a legal obligation to do so, or if such third parties analyze the information on behalf of Google.

Seismofaults website collects anonymous connection data for internal statistics and reporting. No personal information is stored on our server and the IP of the client itself is "filtered" by the proxy server of INGV (that has its own privacy policy) whose subnet hosts our website.