Extended informations on cookies
Extended informations on cookies
1. What are cookies
Cookies are small text files, that are transmitted by websites to the visiting users’ devices. They are retransmitted to the same websites in case of subsequent visits to the site. Cookies can have different aspects and they can be used for different purposes, by the owner and the visited website, as well as by third parties. Within the following document, details on the cookies used by this website are available to the user, together with instructions on how to manage navigation preferences.
2. Cookies used by this website
2.1. Cookies that do not require consent
Technical cookies are exclusively functional to allow usage and access to the websites. They do not require the user’s consent, so they are automatically installed after accessing the site. Technical cookies are equivalent to statistical survey cookies, which are automatically downloaded and used by the owner of the site (first-party). These cookies are functional to the count of websites’ visits done by the user’s browser, in order to determine the first visits.
2.2. Cookies that require consent
Cookies other than those indicated above are installed or activated only following the user's express consent the first time they visit the site. Consent can be expressed, or denied, in a general way when visiting the site, by selecting the available options contained in the specific banner that appears at the first access. Otherwise it can be selectively provided, by clicking in the Banner the option that allows to manage cookies, according to the indications below reported. The chosen preferences can by modified any moment via the access to the page available at this link “…”, which appears … They are cookies categories that will be set out below according to their function.
2.2.1 Statistical Cookie
Statistical cookies used directly by the site operator to collect information in aggregate form: A first-party statistical cookie is used for statistical survey purposes on the site (for example to count the visits made to the site by the user's browser, or to know if the user visits the site for the first time or if it is a returning visitor).
2.2.2 Profiling Cookie Profiling cookies are cookies that allow the creation of profiles according to tastes, choices and propensities expressed by the user during navigation. They are subsequently used to send the user advertising messages in line with the manifested and detected preferences.
Facebook (statistical tracking of site navigation): I accept
Cookies treated by third-parties
Following are listed some third-party websites that install cookies on the user’s device during the navigation on the present website, together with information on their privacy policies. The closing of the present webpage does not imply a cessation of consent.
- Facebook uses technical (for social media sharing) and profilation cookies. Description: https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies.
- Pinterest uses technical (for social media sharing) and profilation cookies. Description: https://about.pinterest.com/it/privacy-policy.
- Twitter: https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170514
3. Changing your browser’s setting
- Choose “Options” or “Preferences” in the “Tools”, “View” or “Edit” menu;
- Choose the “Privacy”, “Protection” or “Download files” sheet and choose the preferred settings.
Following are the links to the cookie settings page in the principal browsers: