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Non-mandatory nature of the provision of data
Apart from what specified for cookies and navigation data, users are free to provide their personal data in the forms on this website or in any case given in contacts with us to request information materials, for other correspondence or to access specific services.
If they do not provide such information, however, it may be impossible to satisfy their requests.