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What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files which are sent to your computer or mobile device when you access a website. Cookies help websites store and recover information on your browsing habits in order to customize your experience according to your preferences.
What types of cookies does our website use?
Session cookies: these are temporary cookies which are stored by the browser only until the user leaves the website, so no records remain in the user’s hard drive. The information collected by these cookies is used to analyze traffic patterns on the website. It ultimately allows us to improve the contents and usability of the website.
Analysis cookies: These, when properly processed by us or by third parties, allow us to quantify the number of users and to perform measurements and statistical analyses of how our users use the services we offer. We study your browsing of our website with the purpose of improving the services we offer.
Advertising cookies: These, when properly processed by us or by third parties, allows us to more effectively manage our offer of advertising space in the website, since we can analyze your browsing habits and show you ads that are customized according to your profile or location.
Which cookies do we use on our website?
Our own cookies:
They store each category’s information to show you each page more quickly
Server session IDs
Third Party Cookies:
Used to distinguish between different users and sessions
Used to identify new visits, sessions
They store the traffic’s source to explain how each user comes to the website
Used to identify users, to prevent the fraudulent use of user data and to protect the user data from third parties
Used to customize advertising
They allow the website to remember browsing preferences, language and location
Web analytics and videos
Used to determine which server shows the information to the user
Used to follow active sessions
Used to determine if cookies are or aren’t enabled
Used to determine how many times a user has visited us
Used to know whether or not a user is accessing the website for the first time
If you would rather not allow cookies, you can disable cookies on your own browser, but you should have in mind that some web pages may not be displayed properly because of that.
How to configure my browser?
Click on the Google Chrome menu icon.
Near the bottom of the page, click on Show advanced settings.
In the “Privacy” section, click on Content settings.
Enable or disable cookies:
To enable cookies, select Allow local data to be set (recommended).
To disable cookies, select Block sites from setting any data.
Open Internet Explorer by clicking on the Start button and then on Internet Explorer.
Click on the Tools button and then, click on Internet Options.
Click on the Privacy tab and then, under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies, and then click OK.
Select Tools > Options and then select the Privacy panel.
On the menu Keep until, select the option I close Firefox.
If you wish to allow trusted websites to store cookies permanently (for example, to enable automatic log-in on a website), click on Exceptions…, type the website address and then click on Allow.
Click on "Edit";
In the top panel, click on the Security icon;
Under Accept Cookies, select Never.
Click on Settings
Select Preferences > Advanced > Cookies > Enable or disable cookies