What are cookies?
Cookies are small text strings that the websites visited by the user send to the devices, where they are stored and relayed once the user visits the website again.
Cookies may perform different functions and have got different features. Cookies can be used both by the Data Controller and by Third Parties.
Here below you find all the information related to cookies used by the present website, together with the instructions which will help you to manage your cookies preferences.
For further information about cookies please have a look at allaboutcookies.org.
Cookies used by the present website
1.Technical cookies that do not require user consent
- Statistics cookies directly used by the website manager to collect information in an aggregated form:
This website uses statistics cookies by Third Parties (UIDP) to collect information in an aggregated form. They are set as technical cookies and the user’s IP is not traced (user’s data are not profiled at IP level); the data are not shared with the Third Party.
Access to Third Parties’ information:
All technical cookies do not require the user’s consent: this is why they are installed automatically following the user accesses the website.
2.Cookies that require user’s consent
All cookies different from the above mentioned technical cookies are installed / activated only after the user’s consent to be released on the first visit on the website. The consent may be expressed in a general manner, by interacting with the cookie banner, according to the different modalities explained in the banner (e.g. by clicking on OK button or X banner; by continuing the visit on the website, by scrolling down or by a link); otherwise, the consent may be provided / not provided in a selective way, following the modalities below. Your consent will be tracked in occasion of different and future website visits. The user has, in any case, the right to revoke – at all or partially – the consent expressed.
- Advertising | Profiling cookies : Cookies are used to provide advertisement based on the user’s interest shown through web navigation (OBA).
Other technologies (es. plugin, widget, local storage, etc.)
Interaction with social networks and external platforms
Plugin: It is a program interacting with another one to enlarge or extend its original functions. The most commonly used plugins are those related to social networks; with a click, for example, they allow the user to follow a page or a social profile, or to show his/her approval on a web content and to share it on his profile of a social network, etc.
Widget: It is an element of a graphical user interface that provides a specific way for a user to interact with that program. The most commonly used widgets are those related to social networks. They allow the user to open social networks in a separate window of the browser in an easy way.
Here below you find the references of such Third Parties, together with a link to the specific page where you can get information about the data processing and, when envisaged by law, express or deny your consent:
Localstorage is a technology used to optimize navigation, which does not collect data on preferences expressed by the user (e.g. it stores a code which identifies the user’s session after login, to avoid the user to write username and password in each page of the profile when accessing the reserved areas).
Remember that you can manage your cookies preferences through browser setting
If you don’t know type/version of your browser, please click on “help” button in the up corner of this window. Here you’ll find all the necessary information.
If you know the type/version of your browser, please click on the corresponding link below to access the cookies managing page.
Internet Explorer http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies
Google Chrome https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?hl=it
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