EXTENDED INFORMATION FOR TECHNICAL AND PROFILING COOKIES
WHAT IS A COOKIE
A cookie is a text string that the visited site sends to the user (generally to the browser) for various purposes.
According to the directives of the privacy guarantor, cookies can be divided into technical and profiling.
The first category includes cookies sent by the site itself for purposes strictly related to navigation.
These can be navigation or session cookies, which guarantee normal navigation and use of the site, or analytics cookies, which are used to collect aggregate information on the number of users or how they visit the website, or functionality cookies. , used to improve the vision of the site according to certain criteria (for example the language).
For this type of cookie, the user’s prior consent to their installation is not required, nor is communication to the privacy guarantor required, but this information must be formulated.
The second category includes the cookies used for the purpose of profiling the user in order to provide him with targeted advertising based on his browsing habits.
COOKIES FOR WHICH CONSENT IS REQUIRED
All cookies other than the technical ones mentioned above are installed or activated only following the consent expressed by the user the first time he visits the site.
Consent can be expressed in a general way, interacting with the brief information banner on the site’s landing page, in the manner indicated in this banner (by closing the banner, or clicking on the OK button, or scrolling the page or clicking on any its element); or it can be supplied selectively, according to the methods indicated below. This consent is tracked on the occasion of subsequent visits. However, the user always has the option to revoke all or part of the consent already expressed.
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
Cookies managed by third parties are also installed through this site.
If you would like information on these third-party cookies and how to disable them, please access the links in the tables below.
For all, you can also express your consent by closing this page or going to another page of the site.
STATISTICAL COOKIES AND THIRD PARTY AUDIENCE MEASUREMENT COOKIES
These cookies (third-party web services) provide anonymous / aggregated information on how visitors browse the site.
|Google Analytics: statistics system
|Conversions counting advertising campaigns
|Conversions counting advertising campaigns
WHO SENDS COOKIES
Cookies can be sent from the site itself or from third party services to which the site relies. The site operator is responsible for cookies sent directly, while for those sent by third parties, the origin and the reference link regarding the policy must be indicated.
Google Analytics cookies are also included among third party sites, which are used to collect non-personalized data on site navigation, and are among technical cookies.
WHICH COOKIES DOES THIS SITE USE?
This site uses technical, session-type cookies and third-party Google Analytics cookies.
Session cookies are used to keep track of the choices made by the user in the visit.
Analytics type cookies are sent by Google Analytics. They are used to obtain numerical statistics on the pages visited, on the number of total visitors, on the network from which the users come, etc. No personal data is transmitted through these cookies. For a better and more complete discussion of the policy relating to these cookies, refer to the following links:
All the cookies used on this site do not send any personal data to the site operator.
CAN I DISABLE COOKIES?
By default cookies are enabled in every browser.
This is because not using them limits the user experience and sometimes prevents access to some site.
You can click on the following links for detailed instructions on the removal and control of cookies (the links refer to sites external to this site).
- Google chrome – delete cookies
- Google chrome – block cookies
- windows ie – delete and manage cookies
- firefox– delete cookiesì
- firefox – block cookies
- safari – block and delete cookies
- work – cookie management
It is also possible to disable Google Analytics cookies in the browser in use. To achieve this it is necessary to download and install an add-on for the browser used (if multiple browsers are used, the installation must be carried out on all). This component can be downloaded directly from Google’s servers at this address: