What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that the visited sites send to the terminal (computer, tablet,
smartphone, notebook) of the user, where they are stored, and then retransmitted to the
same sites on the next visit. They are used to perform computer authentication,
“Technical” some operations would be very complex or impossible to perform). But
through cookies you can also monitor navigation, collect data on tastes, habits,
personal choices that allow the reconstruction of detailed consumer profiles.
Types of cookies
Based on the characteristics and use, the cookies are divided into the categories listed below.
Technical Cookies (Type 1):
These cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the site. Can
be of two categories, persistent (once the browser is closed they are not destroyed but
remain up to a preset expiration date) and session (they are destroyed every time the
browser is closed).
Analysis and Performance Cookies (Type 2):
This type of cookie is used for the purpose of collecting
information on the use of the Site by users anonymously such as: pages visited,
average time spent on the site, origins of the traffic of origin, age, gender, sex and interests
purposes of marketing campaigns. These cookies are sent from third-party domains external to the site. The site
is not responsible for these third party sites
. Disabling these cookies does not imply the
loss of any functionality
COOKIES USED BY THE SITE
The site in addition to technical cookies (Type 1) uses Type 2 cookies provided by third-party sites.
Here are the main ones:
(Type 2 cookies)
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Development “of your browser (usually” F12 “key) and access the” cookies “section.
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This page is visible through the link at the bottom of all the pages of the Site pursuant to art. 122
second paragraph of Legislative Decree 196/2003 and following the simplified procedures for the information and
June 2014 and related register of measures n.229 of 8 May 2014.
Information regarding online dispute resolution pursuant to Art. 14 Par. 1 of the ODR
(Online Dispute Resolution Regulation):
The European Commission grants consumers the opportunity to resolve disputes online, ai
pursuant to Art. 14 Par. 1 of the Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) on one of its platforms. There
platform (http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr) serves as a place where consumers can
try to reach out of court agreements on disputes arising from online purchases and from