What is a cookie, and what is it for?
A cookie is a small file that is sent to the browser and downloaded on to your computer when you access a website. Cookies allow a website to function correctly and enhance its performance. Cookies also provide the website owner with statistics and data with the main purpose of making your navigation experience more personal, by keeping track of your preferences (e.g., remembering your language and currency settings, recognizing you on your next visit, etc.).
What cookies we use
This site uses navigation cookies that are essential for providing certain basic functions, session cookies and tracking (Google Analytics) cookies.
Enabled from your first access, these cookies are essential for the correct functioning of the site and allow you to view its contents on your device. Navigation cookies are technical cookies and are necessary for the website to function correctly.
Analytic Cookies/ Third party tracking cookies
This website uses the Google Analytics free service. Analytic cookies are considered technical cookies if they are used only for optimization purposes and if the data they collect are processed as anonymous. We inform users that the data collected are used only to track most frequently visited pages, visitor numbers, aggregate data of visits per operation system, per browser, etc. Cookie-derived website navigation statistics will be sent by the user’s browser to Google, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States, and stored in Google’s servers. The following is a list of Google Analytics cookies:
By using this site you consent to your data being processed by Google in the manner and for the purposes stated above.
Under the current terms of service, Google will use the information collected on our site, as its sole owner, with the purposes of tracking and investigating website use, reporting on website activity, and providing other services related to website activity, connection modes (mobile device or pc, browser being used, etc.), and the way in which users search and access the pages of the portal. Google may transfer such information to third parties whenever this is required by the law or if such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate IP addresses to any other data owned by Google.
Tracking cookies can be disabled without any consequence on website browsing. For opting out, please see the section ‘Browser cookie opt-out settings’ below.
Websites and third party services
Third party site: GOOGLE MAPS
Use: Google maps included in the contact pages
To know more about cookies and to change your settings about third parties’ profiling cookies, please refer to http://www.youronlinechoices.com.
Browser cookie opt-out settings
You can withdraw consent to cookies by setting your browser accordingly. The following is a list of links that explain how to opt out of cookies in the most widely used browsers. (If your browser does not appear in the list, please look for specific instructions in your browser’s ‘Help’ menu.)
Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=it
Apple Safari: http://www.apple.com/it/privacy/use-of-cookies/
You may also choose to disable Google Analytics cookies only, by using Google’s opt out add on that runs on most widely used browsers.
Even if you have withdrawn your consent to third party cookies, such cookies may have already been downloaded on to your device. For technical reasons, it is impossible to delete such cookies automatically. However, you can do so manually, by choosing the option ‘Delete browsing history’ in your browser’s privacy settings. This will delete all cookies, website data and plug-ins.