What are cookies and how we use this site?
This Statement sets out in detail what cookies are, how this site uses them and how you can disable.
How cookies work?
Cookies are small files sent and stored by websites in the terminal that you are using (computer, tablet, smartphone, notebook). The purpose of the cookie is to remember the actions and preferences, such as the navigation language, so that should not be shown again when the user navigates from one page to another on the same site or return there in once successivo.I cookie, then, they are used to perform authentication, monitoring browsing sessions and keep the information of the user’s activities for statistical purposes or advertising. Cookies can not collect any information stored on your computer or in the user’s files.
Cookies are stored in the file directory of your browser. To learn more about these technologies and how they work, visit, for example, the site allaboutcookies.org. Cookies can be:
“Session” that are stored on your computer for press
technical and functional requirements necessary to enable a safe and efficient site and are deleted at the end of the “session” with the browser is closed.
“Persistent” that remain stored on your computer hard drive until they expire or cancellation by users / visitors.
The user is allowed to change the default configuration and disable cookies by setting the security level higher in the browser.
Type cookies and how to manage them
The most common web browsers and common permit the deletion of cookies by manual command or automatically when closing the browser itself. The same browser can be configured (admin panel) to block the creation of cookies; in this case it is no longer guaranteed the proper functioning of the website or Internet service offered.
Cookies user profiling;
Among the technical cookies, which do not require consent for their use, the Authority for the protection of personal data includes:
the “Cookie analytics”, where used directly by the site operator to collect information, in aggregate, the number of users and how they visit the site;
Cookies or navigation session (for example, authentication);
Cookies of features, which allow the user browsing function of a set of selected criteria (such as language, or a wishlist) in order to improve the service rendered to the same.
Cookies profiling are designed to create profiles on the user and used in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the same part of surfing the net. On this type of cookie the Guarantor requires explicit user acceptance.
The Third-party cookies are cookies from web sites or servers other than the current Web site, used for their own purposes of such third parties. On those subjects and their cookies the current site is not able to exercise a specific control.
To obtain information about these cookies is necessary to apply directly to these third parties. The use of third-party cookies can normally also be inhibited by the user
through the appropriate option in their navigation program (browser): the subject, see the instructions below.
Cookies which uses our site?
Below is the list of the sites or individuals who can manage cookies on your browser whilst browsing this site:
Below is the list of cookies technical, functional and analytical used on our website.
Table Cookie site:
| Name td>|| Purpose td>|| Type td>|| Duration td>|| Source td>|| Information contained td>|| Use td>|| Access to information td>|
| acceptCookie td>|| Save cookie preferences td>|| Cookies technician td>|| 1 year td>|| Current site td>|| cookie acceptance consensus td>|| website td>|| website td>|
| __ utma td>|| Used by Google Analytics tool to identify|
uniquely visitors td>
| Cookies analytical td>|| 2 years td>|| Google Analytics td>|| number of visits the site (per user), the first visit,|
previous visit and the current td>
| website td>|| Google Analytics. Td>|
| __ UTMB td>|| used by the tool Google Analytics to determine the|
session of the visitor td>
| Cookies analytical td>|| 30 minutes td>|| Google Analytics td>|| start time of the visit to the site (used in conjunction with|
Cookies _utmc to calculate approximately how hard the
spent on site by the user) td>
| website td>|| Google Analytics. Td>|
Browser Setting u>
– Google Chrome settings
– Microsoft Internet Explorer settings
– Mozilla Firefox settings
– Apple Safari settings
– Opera settings
For more information about behavioral advertising and to learn how to enable or disable individual cookies and get information about cookie management software, you can refer to this address: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/
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