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What types of cookies do you use?
Two types of cookies can be used on sites: “session cookies” and “persistent cookies”.
- session cookies: are temporary cookies that remain on your device until you leave the site;
- persistent cookies: they are cookies that remain on your device for a long time or until you manually delete it (how long your cookie will remain on your device will depend on the “lifetime” of the cookie in question and your browser settings).
Some of the pages you visit can also collect information through “pixel tags” (also known as “clear gifs”) that might be shared with third parties that directly assist promotional activities and web site development. For example, information on the use of websites related to people visiting sites can be shared with advertising agencies to target banner ads on the internet sites in the best way.
Another Cookie subdivision – indicated by the Guarantor for Personal Data Protection – is between Technical Cookies, Profiling Cookies, First Part Cookies, Third Party Cookies.
- Technical Cookies: These are cookies that are used to navigate or provide a user-requested service. They are not used for further purposes and are normally installed directly by the website owner. Without the use of such cookies, some transactions could not be accomplished or would be more complex and / or less secure, such as home banking (billing, bank transfer, bill payment, etc.) for such as cookies, which allow you to maintain and maintain user identification within the session, are indispensable;
- Profiling Cookies: These are the cookies used to trace the user’s web browsing and create profiles on his tastes, habits, choices, etc. These cookies can be transmitted to the user’s terminal with advertisements in line with the preferences already displayed by the same user in online browsing;
- First-party cookies, ie cookies generated and managed directly by the subject of the web site manager on which the user is navigating;
- Third-party cookies, which are generated and managed by subjects other than the web site manager on which the user is navigating (as a rule, a contract between the website owner and the third party cookie). Part Three).
What are third-party cookies?
Several vendors can set cookies on your device when visiting sites to allow them to deliver the services they are providing. If you want more information about these cookies, along with information on how to avoid receiving these cookies, you can refer to the appropriate table at http://www.youronlinechoices.com/
How can I check or delete cookies?
Most Internet browsers are initially set to accept cookies automatically. You can change these settings to block cookies or to alert cookies to your device. There are several ways to handle cookies, please refer to your browser’s instruction manual or screen to find out how to adjust or change your browser settings. Disabling cookies may be affected by your navigation, for example, you may not be able to visit certain sections or receive personalized information when visiting a site.
If you use different devices to view and access websites (for example, computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.), you must ensure that each browser on each device is set to reflect your cookie preferences.
TECHNICAL AND STATISTICS COOKIES USED FROM OUR SITE
Technical Cookies have the function of allowing you to carry out activities closely related to the operation of this online space. The technical cookies used by this Site may be subdivided into the following subcategories:
- Navigation cookies by which you can save your navigation preferences and optimize your user’s navigation experience;
- Cookie analytics, through which you acquire statistical information about how users navigate. This information is treated in an aggregate and anonymous form;
- Functional cookies, including third-party, used to activate specific features of this online space and needed to deliver or improve the service.