Like many other websites, ours also uses “cookies”.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that help you to improve searching and/or browsing on the website. During browsing, the browser used (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari, etc.) actually archives small text files, known as cookies, that may contain information relating to you, such as preferences, tastes and interests.
What types of cookies are there and what types of cookies are generated by browsing on our website?
There are mainly two types of cookies:
• Transitory (or session), which maintain information for the time necessary for web browsing and which are erased when the browser is closed or the computer is turned off;
• Persistent, which memorise and maintain information on the computer until the cookie itself is deleted and which enable the automatic recovery of information previously entered.
Browsing on the website may generate various types of cookies:
• Anonymous analysis cookies;
• Website performance cookies;
• Third party cookies;
The website uses data collected with cookies to offer you the best possible browsing experience (“Website Performance Cookies”).
The cookies generated by browsing are used exclusively for statistical purposes (“Anonymous Analysis Cookies”); in fact, they do not enable the identification of particular individuals.
On some pages of the website, third parties may set their anonymous cookies (“Third Party Cookies”), with the aim of tracking the functioning of their application, or customising the latter, modulating it to your tastes and preferences.
Our website does not use profiling or advertising cookies.
These are cookies required to create user profiles in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by you on the Website pages.
How are cookies deactivated?
You can at any time deactivate and/or block cookies present on the browser or originating from this website by activating the option for the cookies removal procedure on the browser or device used. Having deactivated and/or blocked the transmission of cookies, website browsing will occur normally, although the pages may be slow to load.
For any other information on the methods of managing and deactivating cookies, depending on the browser used, click on the following links:
For information and to find out how to manage third party services cookies:
• Google Ads: Setting for Google Ads
• Google Analytics: Additional browser component for deactivating Google Analytics
• Facebook: Cookies, pixels and similar technologies
How can I control the installation of cookies?