What are Cookies?
Cookies are short pieces of text (letters and / or numbers) that allow the web server to store on the client (browser) information to be reused during the same visit to the site (session cookies) or later, even after days (persistent cookies). Cookies are stored, according to user preferences from a single browser on the specific device being used (computer, tablet, smartphone).
Similar technologies, such as, for example, web beacons, clear GIFs and all forms of local storage introduced with HTML5, can be used to gather information on user behavior and use of services.
Later in this document will refer to cookies and similar technologies all by simply using the word “cookie”.
– Traffic analysis. This allows us to determine how users use the site in order to improve it.
– Other third-party cookies for things like sharing on Facebook or Twitter. These cookies will generally be set directly from the third party in a completely autonomous and in no event shall this site has the ability to access it.
Remove or Disable Cookies
Controlling cookies and settings on them can be managed within your browser. Below are directions on how to manage cookies for programs to browse the most popular:
Third Party Cookies
To further enhance the functionality of our website, in some cases we could make use of tools or plug-ins from third parties such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube or advertising services provided by Google.
For example, these plug-in could be used to provide extra content, or the ability to share content through social media.
Since we are not able to control the spread of third-party cookies or block them, please visit the website of the respective third parties in order to gather information on the type of cookie installed and know how to change settings or delete them
Examples of third-party cookies that could be installed:
- Facebook (vedi policy Facebook per i cookie)
- Twitter (vedi policy Twitter per i cookie)
- Google+ (vedi policy Google+ per i cookie)
This site does not directly use any “cookie profiling”, ie cookies that store preferences and sensitive data for commercial or advertising.