General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
, known as GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
This information is intended to illustrate the types, methods of use and to provide guidance on actions to reject or delete cookies on your devices, if you wish.
In the table at the bottom of the information you can know in detail all types of cookies that can be installed from pages of this domain and, in the case of third-party cookies, links to documents to learn about how to prevent the installation of the same or to remove them even later.
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small files that can be saved on your computer (or other devices such as smartphones or tablets) when you visit websites. Usually a cookie contains the name of the site from which it comes, the duration (the time in which the cookie will remain on the device), and a value that is usually a unique number generated randomly.
WHAT KIND OF COOKIES DO WE USE?
There are different types of cookies that can be stored either in the volatile memory of your PC or mobile devices (tablets, smartphones, etc.), or on the hard disk (Hard Disk).
In the first case, these cookies are not set to expire and are therefore temporary: they will be automatically deleted when the browser window and all the "child" windows are closed.
- Persistent cookies on the contrary, if not manually deleted, can remain stored on the PC for months or years depending on the term of validity with which they are set.
This distinction is important because it depends on the extent to which the server-side applications will be able to track the user.
Our site uses both types of cookies previously described.
cookies are set up and managed by outsiders (third party parties) on our website. Not having access to the settings of these cookies, the user can exercise their rights only and only through the methods provided by the third party that retains the information (in the table at the bottom of this statement there is a summary scheme with all references in about)
USER RIGHTS THAT NAVIGATE THE SITE
The Visitor has the right to oppose the registration of cookies through the configuration of their browser. In this case some automation of the site will not be active but you can still browse it.
ENABLING / DISABLING COOKIES THROUGH THE BROWSER
There are several ways to manage cookies and other tracking technologies. By changing your browser settings, you can accept or decline cookies or decide to receive a warning before accepting a cookie from the websites you visit. We remind you that by completely disabling cookies in your browser you may not be able to use all our interactive features.
If you use multiple computers in different locations, make sure each browser is set up to match your preferences.
You can delete all cookies installed in your browser's cookie folder. Each browser has different procedures for managing settings. Click on one of the links below to get specific instructions.
Microsoft Windows Explorer
If you do not use any of the browsers listed above, select "cookies" in the relevant section of the browser guide used to find out where your cookie folder is located. You can also oppose the registration of cookies using the unsubscription platform of the IBA (Interactive Advertising Bureau) Europe by connecting to the following platform: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/
DISABLING FLASH COOKIES
The cookie management tools available in your browser are not able to remove Flash cookies.
Disabling Flash cookies, however, some of our services may not work properly and you will not have access to many features designed to optimize your browsing experience on the site.
Click the link below to change your Flash cookie settings.
MAIN COOKIES USED IN THIS SITE
In the following table you can find a list of profiling cookies and third-party cookies that are used on the site.
Given their nature, in this list there are no technical cookies strictly related to the use of the site.
Third-party cookies that allows video features linked to the YouTube platform.
Third-party cookies that allows sharing and interaction on Facebook.
Cookies that allow interaction and sharing on the Twitter platform.
Third-party cookies that allow interaction and sharing on the Google platform.
Third-party cookies that allow interaction with the forms on the site.