What are cookies
Cookies are small data files that are stored on your computer while you surf and perform various functions such as remembering login data to services, collect statistical information about the pages visited, identify the browser and device used, Select content and targeted communications according to your preference and more.
Cookies can be of various types, Depending on the type of data store and how long they remain stored in your device.
Session cookies, or temporary ones expire or are deleted when you close your browser, While persistent ones have longer maturities (from minutes to months) According to the functions they perform. It is precisely these features that set cookies in two categories: technical and non-technical (or profiling).
Technical cookies manage the data necessary for the provision of pages and help you navigate, allowing, For example,, of not having to re-enter your username and password to access particular services, to remember the last page you visited or how far you saw a video, know what type of device you are using and to adapt the size of the images accordingly. Cookies also allow technicians to analyze aggregate statistics on the most visited pages and users ' preferences, but only in anonymous form, and are not used to analyze the behavior or preferences for individual users.
Profiling cookies, Instead, are used to analyze the interests and habits of individual users, to help personalize and deliver, For example,, content, advertising also, targeted to particular interests.
Cookies can be issued directly by the operator of the site on which you are browsing (first-party cookies) or, If the site supports external services to particular functions, by third parties (third party cookies).
Navigating on the pages of our site requires the use of technical and non-cookie (the latter also known as "profiling"), first and third party, needed to provide the service, used for statistical purposes, waterway analysis and for the provision of services and custom commercial communications.
Is it possible to disable the cookie functions directly from the browser that you are using, According to the instructions provided by the manufacturer of your, or using special programs; However, Please note that the restriction of the ability of web sites to send cookies may worsen the overall browsing experience for users.
Consent to receive cookies can also be expressed through specific browser configurations for users. Most browsers will allow you to set rules to manage the cookies sent by the caller, or from all sites, option that gives users more control of privacy and to deny the ability to receive cookies themselves, or otherwise change the choices previously made. Here are the directions for managing cookies through the settings of the main browsers:
Mozilla Firefox (instructions):
- Open Firefox
- Press "Alt" key on your keyboard.
- In the toolbar at the top of your browser, Select "Tools" and then "options".
- Then select the "Privacy" tab.
- Go to "settings version history:"and then" use custom settings for history " . Uncheck "allow sites to set cookies" and save preferences.
Microsoft Internet Explorer (instructions):
- Open Internet Explorer.
- Click on the button “Tools” , and then click “Internet Options”.
- Select the tab “Privacy” and move the slider on the privacy level you want (to ’ top to block all cookies or down to allow all cookies).
- Then click on OK.
Google Chrome (instructions):
- Open Google Chrome.
- Click on the ’ icon “Tools”.
- Select “Settings” and later “Advanced settings”.
- Select “Content settings” under the heading “Privacy”.
- From the Board “Cookies and site data” where you can search for and delete specific cookies.
- Type chrome://settings/cookies in the address bar and hit enter.
- You'll go to the tab "cookies and site data" where you can search for and delete specific cookies.
- Open Safari.
- Choose “Preferences” in the toolbar, then select the tab “Safety” in the dialog that follows.
- In section “Accept cookies” You can specify if and when Safari must save cookies from websites. For more information click on the help button ( marked with a question mark).
- For more information on cookies which are stored on your computer, Click on “View cookies”.
Below is a list and a brief description of the purpose of the cookies used directly from our website(first-party cookies) While browsing:
Third party cookies
When surfing on our site, for technical purposes, statistical or profiling for the delivery of advertising, could be released technical and non-cookie, managed exclusively by third parties.
Below are the third parties involved, links to their sites and links to their policies for managing cookies, identifying the relevant purposes.
Google Analytics – Statistical cookie
link to Google's policy
Facebook – Profiling cookie
link to policy of Facebook
Twitter – Profiling cookie
link to Twitter policy
LinkedIn – Profiling cookie
link to Linkedin's policy