EXTENDED COOKIE POLICY

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text tiles that are automatically placed on the user’s device by the websites they visit. They contain basic information about the navigation and are recognised by the browser each time the user visits the site.
Below is all the information about cookies installed by this website and instructions on how to manage your preferences.

Cookies used by this website

This site uses cookies, including those third parties, to improve your browsing experience and to enable users to take advantage of our online services and to display advertising in line with their preferences. The cookies used in this site fall into the categories described below.

 

Managing cookies

1 – Technical cookies

The technical cookies described below do not require consent, so they are installed automatically after logging onto the site.

  • Necessary and functional cookies: they allow the website to function correctly and also ensure that the User has the best browsing experience. For example, they keep the user logged in during the navigation, preventing the site from requiring the user to log in multiple times in order to access subsequent pages.
  • Cookies for saving preferences: they allow the website to remember the choices and preferences made by the user during navigation, for example, the language chosen.
  • Statistical and Audience Measurement Cookies: through the anonymous and aggregate collection of data, these cookies help to understand how users interact with the website by providing information on the sections visited, the time spent on the website and any malfunctions.

2 – Third-party cookies

Third-party cookies are also installed through this site.
If you would like information about these third-party cookies and how to manage your consent, please access the links in the tables below. Furthermore, by accessing the page http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte you can find out about behavioural advertising, and how to disable or enable the cookies of the listed companies that work with website operators to collect and use information for advertising purposes.

2.1 – Third-party statistical and audience measurement cookies

These cookies provide anonymous/aggregated information on the way visitors browse the site. Below are links to the respective cookie policies for managing your consent.

  • Google
  • Google Analytics: statistical system
  • Analytical cookies

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2.2 – Social media sharing cookies

These third-parties cookies – if links are present on the website – are used to supplement certain popular social media features and provide them within the website. In particular, they allow registration and authentication on the site through Facebook and Google connect, sharing and commenting on pages of the social media site, enabling the features of “like” on Facebook and “+1” on Google Plus. Below are links to the respective cookie policies for managing your 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 that you can manage your cookie preferences also 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 another browser or do not know the type and version of the browser you are using, click “Help” at the top of the browser window. From here you can access all the necessary information.