A cookie is a small amount of data that enables a website to remember information.This is mostly for usernames and passwords, but is also used to record other information such as search settings to improve your recommended purchases, or which articles you have read on a news site so that the headlines can be colored differently as ‘read’ when you visit again.
Some users have privacy concerns about cookies and prefer not to allow them. You can allow or disallow cookies in your settings.
If you do disallow cookies, be aware that some websites require cookies to log into your account and save your preferred settings.
Cookies are classified as follows:First-Party Cookies: proprietary cookies used by the Site in order to enable the User to browse more efficiently and/or monitor the actions he exercises;
Third-Party Cookies: cookies that are set from a Site other than the one the User is currently visiting in order to allow him to browse more efficiently and/or to monitor the actions exercised by him.
Furthermore, there are different types of cookies:
Technical and Analytics Cookies: cookies regarding activities strictly necessary for the operation and provision of the service (ex. session cookies to log in), cookies related to the activity of saving preferences and of optimization (ex. cookies to save the cart or language choices/currency, etc.), analytical cookies for the collection of information in an anonymous and aggregate form.
Technical cookies include:
The cookies on this Site are: technical and analytics cookies necessary to operate the Site, for aggregated statistical analysis and to improve and simplify the use of the Site and to save preferences of browsing and to optimize the browsing experience of the User; third party cookies which may also make activity of profiling and tracking of the User even without the acknowledgement of Data Controller. For further information, we recommend the User to carefully review the privacy policies of the individual services listed below.
Cookies have a duration determined by the expiration date or a specific action such as closing the browser set up at the time of installation. Cookies may be: Temporary or session: used to store temporary information, allowing the User to link actions that are executed during a specific session, and are removed from the computer when the browser is turned off; Persistent cookies: used to store information, such as the login name and password of the User, in order to prevent the same User from typing them again each time he visits a specific website. These remain stored on the computer even once closed the browser.
The User can manage preferences relating to cookies directly in his browser and prevent third parties from installing cookies. Further, it is also possible to delete cookies that have been installed in the pastincluding the cookie in which the expression of consent to the installation of cookies has been saved by this Site. Please note that disabling cookies may prevent some site’s features from working correctly.The User can find information and exercise his right to object the tracking of cookies in his browser:
In addition, cookies can be disabled by requesting opt-outs directly to third parties or via the website http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it where the User can manage the tracking preferences of most of the advertising tools.
Last revised on January 21, 2022