What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file sent to your browser and stored in the memory of your device when you visit a website.
Cookies allow you to increase the efficiency of the Site by personalizing your browsing experience identifying your preferences. For example, cookies may be used to determine whether a connection has already occurred between your computer and the pages of the Site, to bring to your attention relevant news or to maintain your “login” information.
Types of Cookies used by the Site
Technical / functional cookies
These cookies are a prerequisite for the proper functioning of the Site. They allow you to browse, share content, store your login credentials to speed up your access to the Site in case of further visits (if you are a registered user) and activate your browsing preferences. Without technical cookies we cannot guarantee the perfect functioning of the services for which users access the Site. Functional cookies, on the other hand, are not essential to the operation of the Site, but they improve the quality and your browsing experience.
Statistical and performance cookies
These cookies allow us to know how visitors use the Site, in order for us to evaluate and improve its operation and prioritize the production of contents that best meet the information needs of our users. For example, they allow us to know which pages are more and less visited. They take into account, inter alia, the number of visitors, the time spent on the Site by the average number of users and the way in which users access to the Site (e.g. from links, advertising, etc.). In this way, we can ensure that the pages load quickly and are displayed correctly. All information collected by these cookies is anonymous and not linked to your personal data. To perform these functions on our Site we use third party services that anonymize data and make them unrelated to individuals. Where there are services that are not completely anonymized, to guarantee your privacy, you will find them listed among the third party cookies for which you can refuse consent.
Marketing and profiling cookies
The Data Controller does not use its own marketing or profiling cookies, i.e.those used to create user profiles in order to send commercial messages that meet the preferences expressed during the visit or to improve your browsing experience.
Third-party functional and profiling cookies
The Data Controller uses third party cookies sent by companies trusted by the Data Controller. These cookies allow us to offer you our commercial proposal on other websites. We have no control over the information provided by the cookie on third party cookies and we do not have access to this data. This information is independently controlled by the third party companies according to the provisions of their respective policies.
To get informed on these third-party cookies, consult their privacy policies and knowingly provide the consent or denial, please visit the sites listed below belonging to these third parties.