What are cookies

Cookies are small text files that are automatically placed on the browser’s PC. They contain basic information on Internet navigation and thanks to the browser are recognized every time the user visits the site.
Below you will find all the indications of the cookies installed by this site and the necessary information on how to manage your preferences.

Cookies used by this site

This site uses cookies, including third-party cookies, to improve the browsing experience and allow those who surf the site to take advantage of our online services and to display advertisements in line with their preferences. The cookies used on this site fall into the categories described below.

Management of cookies

1 – Technical cookies

The technical cookies described below do not require consent and are therefore installed automatically when you access the site.

Necessary cookies for operation: cookies that allow the site to function properly also allowing the user to have a functional browsing experience. For example, they keep the user logged in while browsing and prevent the site from requiring the user to log in several times to access subsequent pages.

Preference Saving Cookies: cookies that allow you to remember the preferences you select while browsing, for example, they allow you to set your language.

Statistical and Audience Measurement Cookies: cookies that help to understand, through data collected in an anonymous and aggregate form, how users interact with the website by providing information relating to the sections visited, the time spent on the site, any malfunctions.

2 – Third party cookies

Through this site are also installed cookies managed by third parties.
If you wish to have information about these third party cookies and how to manage your consent please access the links in the tables below. In addition, by accessing the page http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte it is possible to find out about behavioural advertising as well as deactivate or activate the cookies of the companies listed that work with the managers of the websites to collect and use information useful for the fruition of advertising.

2.1 – Third Party Statistical and Audience Measurement Cookies

These cookies provide anonymous/aggregated information about how visitors navigate the site. Below are links to the respective cookie policy pages to manage consent.

  • Google
  • Google Analytics: statistics system
  • Analytical cookies
  • privacy policy

2.2 – Social media sharing cookies

These third party cookies – where there are links on the site – are used to integrate some popular features of the main social media and provide them within the site. In particular they allow registration and authentication on the site through facebook and google connect, sharing and commenting on pages of the site on social media, enabling the functionality of the “like” on Facebook and the “+1” on G+. Below are links to the respective pages of cookies policy to manage consent.

2.3 – Remarketing cookies

These third-party cookies allow sending advertisements to users who have visited the site both while browsing on Google Display Network websites and/or using the Google Display Network apps, and while browsing on Google. Information on how to disable the use of cookies by Google can be found on the Ad Preferences page of Google.

3 – Remember you can also manage your cookie preferences through your browser

If you use Internet Explorer
In Internet Explorer, select the “Tools” button, and then select “Internet Options.” Select the Privacy tab, move the slider to the top to block all cookies and to the bottom to allow all cookies, and then select OK.

If you use the Firefox browser
Select the “Tools” menu of the browser and select the “Options” menu. Select “Privacy.” Select the desired level in the “Storage Rules” drop-down list. Check the “Accept Cookies” box to enable cookies or uncheck it to disable them. Choose for how long the cookies can be stored.

If you use the Safari browser
Click the Safari menu, select the “Change” menu and select “Preferences.” Click on “Privacy.” Position the setting on “Block cookies” and select OK.

If you use the Google Chrome browser
Open Chrome from the tool bar of the browser. Select “Settings.” Click “Show advanced settings.” In the “Privacy” section, select “Content Settings.” Under “Cookies”, select “Prevent all sites from saving data” and then click OK.

If you use any other browser or don’t know the type and version of browser you are using, click “Help” in the browser window at the top, from which you can access all the information you need.