What ‘s are cookies?
The cookie is a small text file containing a certain amount of information exchanged between a website and your terminal (usually the browser) and is normally used by the operator of the website to store the information necessary to improve navigation within the site or to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user in the context of surfing the net. When you visit the same site again or any other site, the user’s device checks for a recognized cookie, so you can read the information it contains. The different cookies contain different information and are used for different purposes (efficient navigation in the pages of the same site, profiling in order to send targeted promotional messages, analysis of the number of visits to the site).
More generally, some cookies (called session cookies) are assigned to the user’s device only for the duration of access to the site and expire automatically when the browser is closed. Other cookies (defined as persistent) remain in the device for a prolonged period of time.
Other cookies are used by us in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user in the context of surfing the net.
During the navigation on a site the user can receive on his terminal also cookies sent from different websites or web servers (called third parties), on which some elements may reside (for example images, maps, sounds, specific links to pages of other domains) on the site that the user is visiting.
The specific purposes of the different types of cookies installed on this site are more precisely described below.
You can disable cookies by following the information below.
Features and purposes of cookies installed by the site
These are cookies used specifically to allow the correct operation and use of our sites. For example, technical cookies are used for the user login functionality. They are mainly provided by our servers or, in the case of integration of external services such as social networks, by third parties.
How to disable this type of cookie? The main and most widespread browsers accept all cookies by default. You can change this option, by using the features on your browser, by disabling – as described below – completely the function or at least requesting that for each incoming cookie you are asked for explicit consent at the time of receipt.
These are cookies used to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the user in the context of surfing the net.
For information and to disable profiling cookies provided by third parties please go to: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/
These cookies are used for statistical analysis, to improve the site and simplify its use, as well as to monitor its correct functioning. This type of cookie collects anonymous information on the activity of users on the site.
For information and to disable third-party analytical cookies go to: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/
How to lend or withdraw consent
The provision of all cookies, both first and third parties, can be disabled by adjusting the settings of the browser in use; It is good to note, however, that this could make the sites unusable if you block the cookies that are essential for the provision of functionality. Each browser has different settings for deactivating cookies; below we propose links to the instructions for the most common browsers.
The third-party sites that can be accessed through this website are not covered by this statement. We don’t accept responsibility for them. The categories of cookies used and the type of processing of personal data by these companies are regulated in accordance with the information provided by these companies.
Use of IP addresses
An IP address is a number automatically assigned to your computer each time you connect to the Internet through your Internet Provider or from a corporate LAN / WAN network that uses the same Internet protocols. Like the home address, which others can send material, the IP address serves the website to be able to send its pages.