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What is a Cookie
Cookies are small text strings sent from the website to your device, where information is stored for various purposes. In particular, cookies allow the website to recognize users on subsequent visits or enable other websites to recognize such users for particular purposes.
Which type of cookies do we use in our website
This website uses or may use various types of cookies for different purposes.
Technical cookies are cookies that allow users to navigate the website or enjoy its basic functionality. These cookies do not require any specific consent from the user. In fact, consent is not required by law in the event that a cookie is:
used exclusively to carry out the transmission of a communication;
strictly necessary for the provider of a digital service expressly requested by the user to provide such a service.
The technical cookies used by the website include:
to ensure normal navigation and use of the website, through different options or services;
to save user preferences and facilitate the browsing experience based on a set of selected criteria The website also collects your IP address or any other identifying information on your device needed to operate the website, diagnose server problems and fulfill other legitimate purposes. Disabling technical cookies may limit the ability of users to navigate the website and enjoy its features or services.
On their first visit to the website, users are shown a cookie banner on the screen or interface. This banner will disappear once the user has accepted or refused the cookies used on the website. User activation may be tracked and recorded in order to make their subsequent visits to the website more effective. However, users can always revoke all or part of their previous consents. Non-technical cookies used by the website are third-party cookies: cookies that are placed on your device by a domain or Website that is separate from the website. Our website has no access to or control over cookies or other tracking technology used by third parties accessible from the website and cannot guarantee the compliance of third parties with applicable privacy laws.
These cookies allow the website to create an anonymous profile of users based on their browsing experience on this website and others. In this way, you can provide users with advertisements focused on their interests rather than general advertising. This is a list of advertising cookies (includes a link to get more information about these cookies and instructions to manage your consent): Google.
Social media cookies
These cookies are necessary to share content on social networks. This is a list of social media cookies (including a link to get more information about these cookies and instructions on how to manage your consent): Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube.
These cookies are collected by third parties, either individually or in aggregate, in order to collect information about the number of users and the way they visit the website, such as about the most viewed pages or sections. This is a list of analytical cookies (including a link to learn more about these cookies and instructions on how to manage your consent): Google Analytics.
Please note that the length of time that a cookie remains on your computer or mobile device depends on whether it is a “persistent” or a “session” cookie. Session cookies last until you stop browsing and persistent cookies last until they expire or are deleted. Most of the cookies we use are persistent and will expire between 30 minutes and two years from the date they are downloaded to your device. See below on how to control cookies for more information on removing them before they expire.
How to deactivate your Cookies
You can disable cookies by changing your browser. Almost all browsers are configured to accept Cookies but almost all (Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, etc..) allow you to disable Cookies through the browser setting. Disabling browsing cookies or functional cookies may limit the service we offer or cause the website to malfunction. To learn more, please visit the website www.allaboutcookies.org o www.youronlinechoices.com .
Last updated: December 2019