What is a cookie ?
A cookie is a small text file sent to your hard disk by a Web server.
Their main purpose is to make the navigation smoother and more " tailored ".
To store your preferences , comfort cookie ( for example , when entering information about your login information , etc . Will not have to rewrite them )
To provide maximum protection of your data
Per migliorare l'esperienza di navigazione
To improve the browsing experience
Cookies " technical " indispensable
SThey are essential for the proper functioning of the site pages . Without these cookies some features could be compromised and access to content may be restricted . They allow , for example , to keep track of authentication performed by a user or by a site administrator. Cookies of this type do not collect any user's personal information .
Cookies " technical " feature
These are cookies used to store the choices made by the user to improve navigation ( such as language , or pre-populate a form with the previously used name ) . This type of cookies may include contact information ( such as your user name ) . Without these cookies, some features and navigation between pages may be affected .
These are cookies used to understand : if users are new or returning , how they use the site as they move through the pages , how long they stay on the page and on the website , from which area arrived on the site . The data does not identify you as a person but is aggregated anonymously by the analysis tools . Deactivation does not compromise in any way the features offered by the site.
Cookies social share
Some widgets provided by social networks (eg Facebook , Twitter , YouTube , Google Maps , etc . ) Can use its cookies to third parties . Deactivation does not alter your use of the Site , except in sections which can be installed widgets (eg for integration of video , or maps ) and in some cases the possibility of rapid sharing of content or the opportunity to comment on some areas of the site .
Statistical cookies and integration of Google services
Some of the pages incorporate within them of YouTube video content . When you visit a page with a YouTube video , or click to view the video , they could be called cookies from YouTube .
To learn more, visit the information page on the YouTube video embedded in Web pages .
Cookie Google maps
Some of the pages incorporate within them the maps on Google Maps . When you visit a page that contains the maps of Google Maps , or click to enlarge , they may be called cookies from Google .
To learn more, visit the information page on Google maps embedded in Web pages .
share buttons social networks
To make sure that the content of a site can be shared on social networks by visitors of the site , you can integrate into the tools page ( widget ) made available to the social networks themselves . These tools (usually blocks of code inserted into the host site pages ) can gather third-party cookies installed by social networks (eg Facebook , Twitter , YouTube , Google Plus etc.). the site does not share any information with these widgets . For more information about the cookies of major social networks you can visit:
Privacy Facebook - Privacy Twitter - Privacy Google Plus
How can you manage cookies ?
The browser or installed on your computer allow you to define the settings for cookies ( enable, disable , delete ... ) .
The deactivation or deletion of cookies may prevent access to certain pages of the website .
Cookie management depends on your browser , click on the icon of your browser for how to handle cookies :
Google Chrome | Internet Explorer | Mozilla Firefox | Safari
Da dispositivo mobile: Android - Ios - Windows Phone - Blackberry
What is the legal framework ?
With an amendment to Article 5 , paragraph 3 , of Directive 2002/58 / EC with the adoption of Directive 2009/136 / EC , the European legislator has established the principle : the user's consent before archiving of material on a user's information or access to information already stored . unless these actions are not strictly necessary for the issuance of a Company service explicitly requested by the subscriber or the user .