Cookies are small text strings that the Site sends to the user’s terminal, where they are stored before being re-transmitted to the Site during the user’s next visit. Cookies can be first-party (affixed directly by the data controller) or affixed by third parties. Cookies are useful because they allow the Site to recognize your device and allows you to browse through the pages, remembering your preferences and improving your browsing experience. They can also ensure that the advertisements displayed online are more appropriate and relevant to your interests.
The Site uses the following cookies:
– Technical Cookies
such as browsing or session cookies, functional cookies and analytical cookies.
– Navigation or session Cookies
Specifically, navigation or session cookies are used for guaranteeing the normal navigation and use of the website, and therefore aimed at optimizing the practical navigation within the site.
– Functional Cookies
Furthermore, functional cookies are installed, strictly necessary to provide services explicitly requested by the user.
– Analytical Cookies
Finally, there are analytics cookies, used exclusively by the site manager, to collect information, in an aggregate and anonymous way, on the number of users and how users visit the site.
The Site uses “Google Analytics” therefore the data acquired through Google Analytics can also be used by Google, according to the terms of service prepared by the same.
In general, it is possible to block cookies on a global level, however this would have an impact on the use of the Site. All the most recent browsers allow you to change the cookies settings. These are usually found in the menu of your browser under “options” or “preferences”. To understand how to set them, you can follow the instructions below:
Internet Explorer: click on the gear icon located at the top right and select the “Internet Options” item from the menu that appears. In the window that opens, select the “Privacy” tab and click on the “Advanced” button. Remove the check mark from “Replace automatic cookie management”.
Google Chrome: click on the “Menu” button located at the top right (the icon with the three horizontal lines) and select “Settings” from the menu that appears. On the page that opens, first click on “Show advanced settings” and then on the “Content settings” button. Then remove the check mark next “Allow data to be saved locally” (under the heading Cookies), make sure that the option “Block third-party cookies and site data” is selected. To disable cookies in Chrome for Android, click non the “Menu” button (the icon with the three dots at the top right) and select “Settings” from the menu that appears. On the page that opens. click on the items “Site settings and cookies”, move the “Cookies” option to OFF and make sure that there is no check mark next to “Allow third-party cookies”.
Microsoft Edge (Project Spartan): click on the “Menu” button (the icon with the three dots at the top right) and select “Settings” from the menu that appears. Then scroll down the sidebar that appears on the right, go to the “Cookies” drop-down menu and uncheck the “Do not block cookies from this” item.
Mozilla Firefox: click on the “Menu” button (the icon with the three horizontal lines at the top right) and select “Options / Preferences” from the menu that appears. In the screen that opens, select the “Privacy” tab, expand the “History settings” drop-down menu and select “Use custom settings for History”. Now, remove the check mark next to the “Accept cookies from sites” option and make sure that “never” is set in the “Accept third-party cookies” menu. On Android, to get the same result, click on the “Menu” button (the icon with the three dots at the top right) and select “Settings” from the menu that appears. In the screen that opens, select the “Privacy” item, then go to “Cookies” and uncheck the “Activate” option.
Apple Safari: go to the “Preferences” of the application, select the “Privacy” tab from the window that opens and check mark the “Block all Cookies” box. On iPhone and iPad, you can get the same result by going to the “Settings” of iOS (the gear icon on the home screen), selecting Safari from the menu that opens and moving to the “Block All Cookies” and turn it on.
The user can disable the cookies set by the third parties listed above by clicking on the links indicated. If there are no links, you can refer to the following site www.youronlinechoices.com/it/ which allows you to manage user preferences regarding cookies.