Cookies – Statement of use
The law that this page refers to is dated 8 May 2014. The text was published in the “Gazzetta Ufficiale” no.126 dated 3 June 2014. For more information go to the page: www.garanteprivacy.it
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files sent to your device when you visit a website. They are used to save specific information.
To be more precise, they are strings sent to your computer each time you connect to a site and which can be sent to given servers to be saved.
Don’t worry: using them is normal and every web page you visit has them. They are not programs (as is often mistakenly believed) and so cannot affect your computer in any way. Neither are they spyware or a virus, so they will bring no harm to your hard disk. They simply act as a memory that speeds up browsing each time you reconnect to the same section of the website or they are sent to a different website able to recognise that specific cookie and therefore to send you advertising and services that suit your preferences.
What type of cookies are on this site?
This site uses technical cookies that expire when your session finishes as they only last for the duration of the session.
This website additionally has third-party technical cookies such as Google Analytics.
Google Analytics is a tool used by webmasters to track and collect certain information on traffic to the actual site. It is a tool made available to software developers to allow the product to be used more efficiently by the end user and to collect given statistical data but which remains anonymous.
In short, a set of cookies can be used to collect information and generate statistics on use of the website without Google being able to identify the individual visitors in person.
More specifically, this site uses:
Session cookies used by the Google Analytics tool to provide information on a session and its duration
Persistent cookies used by the Google Analytics tool to count unique visitors
Persistent cookies used by the Google Analytics tool to save information on directions from other sites
The site also has Social Buttons:
Social buttons or share button allow users while browsing to interact directly with their social networks using third-party cookies. The site does not share any browsing information or user data acquired by these. Below are the reference links regarding the processing of data by the social media to which the buttons refer:
How to control and delete cookies
Usually all browsers accept cookies. To check the settings you need to go to the instructions for use of your browser.
You can obviously refuse them or decide to receive information when a new cookie arrives on your device. But be careful because, if you disable them, some functions of this site may be lost. In addition, you will in any case have to delete the cookies from your browser manually.
You can find more information by connecting to the following address: www.aboutcookies.org
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