Cookie Policy

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Cookie Policy

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files sent by websites to browsers and stored on the user’s computer or mobile device. They are widely used to make sites work or make them work better and more efficiently. I am able to do this because websites can read and write on these files, enable them to recognize you and remember important information that can allow you to use the site more comfortably and easily.

Which cookies do we use?

Below we list the different types of cookies that we use on this website:

  • Essential cookies: these cookies are essential to allow you to browse the site and use all the features. Without these cookies, which are absolutely necessary, we would not be able to provide you with some services or functions and navigation would not be as easy and easy as it should be.
  • Analytical cookies: this site uses cookies owned by the Google Analytics service to generate reports on user interactions with our website. These cookies do not store personal information. For example, analytical cookies show us which pages are most frequently visited, allow us to verify which are the recurring patterns of use of the site, help us understand any difficulties in using our website. For more information, click here. You can selectively disable the action of Google Analytics by installing the opt-out component provided by Google on your browser (download page)

On this website we DOES NOT use profiling cookies

How can I disable cookies and manage my preferences?

Most browsers are configured to accept, control or possibly disable cookies through the settings. We remind you, however, that disabling navigation or functional cookies can cause the malfunction of the site and / or limiting the service we offer.

How to disable cookies?

Most browsers are configured to accept, control or possibly disable cookies through the settings. We remind you, however, that disabling navigation or functional cookies can cause the site to malfunction and / or limit the service we offer. Below the path to follow to manage cookies from the following browsers:

Edge

  • Delete the cookies
    • Open the new Microsoft Edge, then select Settings and more> Settings> Privacy and services.
    • Under Clear browsing data, select Choose items to clear.
    • In Time interval, choose a time interval.
    • Select Cookies and other site data, then Cancel now.
  • Delete cookies every time the browser is closed
    • Open the new Microsoft Edge, then select Settings and more> Settings> Privacy and services.
    • Under Clear browsing data, select Choose what to clear every time you close the browser.
    • Activate the Cookie switch and other site data.
  • View cookies
    • Open Microsoft Edge, then select Settings and more> Settings> Site permissions.
    • Select Cookies and other site data. Here you can set specific controls for cookies.
    • Select View all cookies and site data to view all cookies saved on your device.

Detailed information

Internet Explorer

  • To delete cookies
    • In Internet Explorer select the Tools button, then Security and finally Delete browsing history.
    • Select the Cookies and website data checkbox, then select Delete.
  • To Block or allow cookies. If you don’t want to allow sites to store cookies on your PC, you can block cookies. In this way you could prevent the correct display of some pages or receive a message asking you to consent to cookies to access the site.
    • In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button, then Internet Options.
    • Select the Privacy tab and in Settings select Advanced, then choose whether you want to accept, block or receive a request for proprietary or third-party cookies.

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Safari

You can change the options in Safari preferences to make Safari always accept or block cookies and other website data.

Choose Safari> Preferences, click Privacy, then perform one of the following actions:

  • Prevent trackers from using cookies and website data to monitor your browsing: Select the item “Prevent monitoring between websites”. Cookies and website data are deleted unless you visit and interact directly with the websites of trackers.
  • Always block cookies: select “Block all cookies”. Websites, third parties and sponsors cannot store cookies and other data on your computer. This may prevent some websites from functioning properly.
  • Remove cookies and archived data: click “Manage website data”, select one or more websites, then click Remove or “Remove all”. Removing data may reduce the possibility of being tracked, but it may also stop accessing websites or change their behavior.
  • See which websites store cookies or data: click on “Manage website data”.

Detailed information

Chrome

  • Open Chrome and click on the menu icon in the browser toolbar.
  • Select the Settings item and then Show advanced settings (at the bottom of the page)
  • At the Privacy item, click on the Content settings button
  • To enable cookies, select Allow saving data locally. If you want to disable third-party cookies (and keep technical cookies enabled) put the flag on Block third-party cookies and site data.

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Firefox

  • Open Firefox, from the top menu choose Tools and then Options.
  • Within the window that opens, select the Privacy tab
  • From the drop-down menu next to the History settings item select Use custom settings
  • To enable cookies, put the flag on Accept cookies from sites. If you want to disable third-party cookies (and keep technical cookies enabled) from the drop-down menu corresponding to Accept third-party cookies, select the Never option.

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