A cookie is a textual element that is inserted into the hard disk of a computer or other device by the online service provider to visitors to the website. Cookies can collect information on visitors' habits regarding the use of the aforementioned Internet site, recording the activities of their computer or other device regarding the aforementioned site, for example when it comes to making purchases.
Cookie can be:
- Proprietary cookies (also called first-party cookies)
Proprietary cookies are cookies that are saved directly on your computer or other device. They may include cookies such as session cookies and persistent cookies (described below). Proprietary cookies can be used to track the movements made by the visitor's computer or other device when consulting the site, for example for analysis purposes.
- Third party cookies
Third-party cookies are cookies managed by third parties that can collect and track some navigation data. This site uses the Google Analytics service (described in navigation and statistical data collected by third parties).
- Session cookies
The time that elapses between the moment you open your Internet browser and the moment you close it is called your browsing session. Session cookies are cookies stored on the visitor's computer or other device during a browsing session, but which expire and are normally deleted at the end of a browsing session.
- Persistent cookies
Persistent cookies are cookies stored on the visitor's computer or other device during a browsing session, but which remain on the computer or other device after the end of the aforementioned browsing session (e.g. password registration). Persistent cookies allow sites to recognize the visitor's computer or other device when it is used to access one of our sites again, after the end of a browsing session and the beginning of a new browsing session, essentially to help the visitor to quickly reconnect to our site.
This site, for strictly technical reasons, makes use of the following types of cookies:
- technical and session cookies, for example to prevent - where provided - the user from having to enter the password several times to access restricted sections of the site, or to memorize the preferred navigation language, or to memorize some technical characteristics of the browser used for navigation (including the acceptance of cookies).
- third-party (Google Analytics) to measure access statistics to this site (in aggregate form) and Google Maps to indicate the location of the office.
You can limit cookies by changing your browser settings (guide below):
- For Internet Explorer:
Click on "Tools" at the top of the browser window and select "Internet Options".
In the options window, access the “Privacy” tab.
To enable cookies, set the cursor to "Medium" or lower values.
To block all cookies, move the cursor to the top.
- For Firefox:
Click on "Tools" in the browser menu and select "Options".
Select the "Privacy" panel.
To enable cookies, select "Accept cookies from sites".
To disable cookies, uncheck "Accept cookies from sites".
- For Chrome:
Click the wrench icon in your browser toolbar.
Click on “Show advanced settings”.
In the “Privacy” section, click on the “Content Settings” button.
To enable cookies in the "Cookies" section, select "Allow the setting of local data"; in this way both first and third party cookies will be activated. To enable first-party cookies only, select
“Block all third-party cookies, no exceptions”.
To disable cookies, in the "Cookies" section choose "Prevent sites from setting any data".
- For Safari:
If it's not already open, launch Safari.
Choose Safari > Preferences, then click Privacy.
In the "Block Cookies" section, specify whether Safari should accept cookies from websites and when.
For information about the options, click your computer, then click Details.
To view which websites store cookies on your computer, click Details.
- For all other browsers and mobile devices:
To restrict cookies on any other browser or on a mobile device, visit the official website of the device or browser manufacturer or consult the corresponding documentation provided.
For more information about cookies and their use, visit:
All About Cookies.org https://www.allaboutcookies.org/
Navigation data and statistics collected by third parties
As is customary on the Internet, this site uses statistical analysis tools provided and managed by third parties that can collect and "trace" some navigation data.
The tools belonging to third parties used within this site are the following:
- Google Analytics e Google Maps (both provided by: Google Inc. 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway – Mountain View CA 94043, USA)
Information related to Google Analytics
If you do not want your data to be collected by Google Analytics, you can also download the official "opt out" plugin for your browser by clicking here (https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it).
Any requests relating to data relating to this treatment should be addressed to the Data Controller (Google Inc.).