Cookies consist of portions of code installed in the browser that assist the Site in providing the Service according to the purposes described. Some of the purposes for installing cookies may also require the consent of the user.
When the installation of Cookies takes place on the basis of consent, this consent can be freely revoked at any time by following the instructions contained in this document.
Permanent or session Cookies
Cookies can expire at the end of a browser session (the period between opening a browser window and closing it) or they can be kept for a longer period of time.
- Permanent cookies: they are stored on the user’s device between browser sessions and allow the user’s preferences or actions on the site to be memorized.
- Session cookies: they allow websites to link the actions of a user during a browser session. Session cookies expire when the browser session ends and therefore are not stored for long.
First party and third party Cookies
A Cookie is “first party” or “third party” based on the website or domain it comes from.
- First-party cookies are cookies set by a website visited by the user or by a website displayed in the browser window.
- Third-party cookies are cookies set by a domain other than the one visited by the user. We talk about a third party cookie if a user visits a website and a third company sets a cookie through that site.
Purpose of the Cookies used on the Site
This Site uses tracking tools to provide a personalized user experience (eg language setting), allowing better management of personal settings and interaction with external networks and platforms (eg YouTube).
This Site uses tracking tools to measure traffic and analyze user behavior with the aim of improving the service offered.
This Site uses both an internal statistics system, which does not involve third parties, and an external statistics service called Google Analytics, managed by Google Inc. (hereinafter “Google”).
Google uses the personal data collected for the purpose of tracking and examining the use of this Site, compiling reports and sharing them with other services developed by Google. Google may use personal data to contextualize and personalize the advertisements of its own advertising network.
There are various ways to manage preferences related to tracking tools and to give or withdraw consent, where necessary.
Users can manage preferences related to tracking tools directly through the settings of their devices – for example, they can prevent the use or storage of tracking tools.
Thanks to specific browser or device functions, it is also possible to remove previously saved tracking tools.
Other tracking tools present in the browser’s local memory can be removed by clearing the browsing history.
Last modification: 31/01/2021