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Cookie policy

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that is sent to the device of a website visitor. The cookie is stored on the device so that it may be sent back to the website upon the next visit.

Cookies used by the websites of the Chamber of Deputies

The websites of the Chamber of Deputies use session cookies, which do not collect data enabling the identification of users, but simply transmit data relating to visitor sessions, and only to the extent necessary for a safe and efficient website browsing experience. Session cookies are not stored permanently on users’ devices, and are automatically deleted when the browser is closed.

No cookies are used for user profiling purposes, nor are any other active or passive tracking tools used.

The websites of the Chamber of Deputies use technical or equivalent cookies only, which, under the meaning of the Data Privacy Watchdog’s Guidelines on cookies, published in the Official Gazette of 9 July 2021, General Series No 163, do not require the consent of the user (as per Article 122.1 of the Personal data protection code, and as stipulated in the foregoing Guidelines).

Data controller

Administration of the Chamber of Deputies, via della Missione 8, 00186 Rome;

Data protection officer (DPO)

The data protection officer may be reached at the following addresses: Camera dei deputati - Responsabile della Protezione dei dati, via della Missione, 8, 00186 Rome, Italy; email:; PEC:; telephone +39.06.6760.9133.

Amendments to the information shown here

The information on cookies published here is subject to possible amendment as a result of the coming into effect of new laws, the updating or addition of website services or technological innovation. We therefore invite users to revisit this page periodically.
Last updated: 15 December 2021


In some cases YouTube videos may be displayed while browsing the websites of the domain.
YouTube has its own cookies and privacy policies, over which we have no control.
We use YouTube in its advanced privacy mode to limit YouTube cookies. However, depending on your browser settings, some elements may end up being stored on your PC.
To view the videos you must first accept these cookies; cookie consent covers all of the Chamber’s websites.
If you have chosen not to allow third-party cookies in your browser, these elements will not be stored.