Cookies Policy

The cookies used by the 5G Academy portal are used for the proper functioning of the portal and help us to improve the organization of content and the usability of the site through the anonymous detection of visitor behavior.


The 5G Academy portal doesn’t use profiling cookies to create user profiles. The 5G Academy portal only uses technical cookies and Google Analytics cookies.


What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that sites send to the browser on the device used by the user (computer, tablet, smartphone, notebook), and which they are stored on, and then transmitted back to the same sites during the current or next visit.


What are technical cookies?


Technical cookies are used to perform various functions (authentication, session monitoring, storing user preferences, etc..); without it some operations would be very complex or impossible to perform.


For more information about cookies see the page of the Privacy Guarantor "How to defend against cookies".


What cookies are used by 5G Academy portal?


Google Analytics cookies


Google Analytics uses proprietary cookies to generate reports about visitors' interactions with websites. These cookies are used to store information that does not personally identify users. Browsers do not share proprietary cookies across domains. Google Analytics cookies are collected and managed anonymously to monitor and improve site performance. The 5G Academy portal does not use Google's analytics tool to track or collect personally identifiable information.


The Google Analytics cookies used in the Unina portal are:





2 years from creation/update

It’s used to distinguish users and sessions.This cookie. Is created the first time you access the portal if it’s  not already present in your browser.


30 minutes from creation/update

It’s used to detect new sessions/visits. This cookie is created the first time you access the portal if it is not already present in your browser.


User session

Cookie set only for interoperability with the previous Analytics library (urchin.js)


6 months from creation/update        

It’s used to store the source of traffic: it is used to understand how the user reached the site


For more information about Google Analytics cookies and for information about your privacy policy, please see the Analytics data protection page.


If you want to prevent Analytics from using your data, you can install a Google-developed add-on in your browser that disables data collection. For more information, please see the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on page.


Permanently deactivating Google Analytics cookies will not affect your use of the 5G Academy portal.


Portal Cookies


The portal uses proprietary cookies to manage users' interaction with the site. These cookies are strictly necessary for the operation of the portal.


 The cookies used by the portal are:





1 day since creation             

This cookie checks whether 

                                                                       the user's browser accepts cookies


1 day since creation       

This cookie is used to keep track

                                                                             of your language preferences


User session                  

This cookie is used to identify the

                                                                        user during page loads: this allows 

                                                                      the portal to remember certain user

                                                                        settings. The cookie is destroyed

                                                                          each time the browser is closed.

LFR_SESSION_STATE_XXXXX (where XXXXX is a numeric value associated with the session)

User session

This cookie is used to manage 

user interaction with the portal.

                                                                          The cookie is destroyed each

                                                                           time you close your browser.