A cookie is a small file, usually composed of letters and numbers, which is downloaded to a device when the user logs on to some websites. Cookies are then sent back to the site of origin at each subsequent visit. Cookies are useful because they allow a site to recognise the browser or the user's device.
There are several ways to manage cookies and other tracking technologies. By changing your browser settings, you can accept or reject cookies or choose to receive a warning before accepting a cookie from the websites you visit. Please note that disabling cookies altogether in the browser may leave you unable to use all our interactive features.
If you use multiple computers in different locations, be sure that each browser is set to suit your preferences.
You can delete all cookies installed in the cookie folder of your browser. Each browser has different procedures for managing settings. Click one of the links below for specific instructions.
The cookies on our website can be either set by us, by third parties who have entered into a contract with us or by independent third parties, such as advertisers.
Our site uses both "session" cookies and "persistent" cookies. "Session" cookies track information for each page visited, filtering and completing the research before the end of the session, after which the cookie is removed. "Persistent" cookies enable our website to recognise you when you return to visit us and remain stored on your computer until they are deleted or reach a specific expiration date. Persistent cookies installed on your computer as a result of the use of our websites will never remain on your computer for more than 2 years from the date of your last visit.
The table below illustrates the various types of cookies that we use (or that third parties use), the reasons why we use them and also includes information that you can use to check cookies or find out more about the cookies used on our site.
|Essential||Essential cookies, as its name implies, are critical to the proper functioning of the website. They remember your browsing preferences.|
|Profiling||These are some of the Google Analytics cookies used to collect anonymous data about you in order to show you targeted advertising, on other sites, based on interest shown.|
|Other third-party cookies||Visiting a website you may receive cookies from the visited site ("proprietary"), as well as from websites run by other organisations ("third party"). A notable example is the presence of "social plugins" for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Google Maps, LinkedIn or aggregators of these such as AddThis. These are part of the page visited, generated directly by the mentioned sites and integrated into the page of the host site. The most common uses of social plugins are to share content on social networks, display the number of fans or the inclusion of Google's maps with the location of company headquarters.
The presence of these plugins involves the transmission of cookies to and from sites operated by third parties.The management of the information collected by "third parties" is governed by the their own policies, which the user should refer to.
Google Policy: http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/cookies/
For any questions about this policy or to receive more information about the cookies used on our website you can contact us by telephone, e-mail or through the contact form on the site. We will forward any request to the Web Manager.