Cookies Privacy Policy
Version updated to 25 May 2018

What are Cookies?

As indicated in the Privacy Policy, to make our website easier and more intuitive we use cookies. Cookies are small pieces of data that allow us to compare new visitors to past visitors and understand how users browse our site. We use the data gathered through cookies to make your browsing experience more enjoyable and efficient in future.

Cookies only record information which is required to improve your browsing experience and do not store identification data not necessary for such purpose. If you want to disable the use of cookies you must customize your device settings by setting all cookies to be deleted or by activating a warning message when cookies are stored. To proceed without changing the cookie settings, simply continue browsing.

Please visit AboutCookies.org for more information about cookies and how they affect your browsing experience.

The types of cookies used

Essential cookies

These cookies are essential in order to allow you to move around the site and make full use of its features, such as accessing the various protected areas of the site. Without these cookies, certain services, such as your browsing history, cannot be used.

Performance cookies

These cookies collect information about how users use a website, for example, which pages they visit the most and whether they receive error messages from web pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. All information collected through cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. It is only used to improve website functioning.

By using our site, you agree that these cookies may be installed on your device.

Feature Cookies

Cookies allow the site to remember choices you have made (such as your name, language or region of origin) and provide advanced custom features. These cookies can also be used to remember changes made to the size of text, fonts and other parts of web pages that you can customize. They can also be used to provide services that the user has asked for, such as watching a video or comments on a blog. The information collected by these types of cookies may be rendered anonymous and unable to monitor your browsing activity on other websites.

By using our site, you agree that these cookies may be installed on your device.

Third-Party Cookies

Third party cookies are cookies set by a different website than the one you are currently visiting. For example, a third-party site may contain a Facebook Like button. That button will set a cookie that can be read by Facebook. This is considered as a third-party cookie.

Some advertisers use these types of cookies to track your visits to all the sites on which they offer their services. If a user believes that this traceability may be a cause for concern and interference in their privacy, he/she can disable third-party cookies by managing the web browser settings.

Notes:

The deactivation of third-party cookies may in some cases prevent tracking by advertisers. For more information please refer to AboutCookies.org

For further information on the tracking of activities by advertisers, on the use of third-party cookies on this site and their privacy policies please see the following links:

Facebook

www.facebook.com/help/cookies/

Twitter

twitter.com/privacy

Google adsense

www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads/

Google Analytics

www.google.com/intl/it_ALL/analytics/learn/privacy.html

Pinterest

about.pinterest.com/it/privacy-policy

Criteo

www.criteo.com/it/privacy/

The list of third parties is subject to updates.

Websites may use third-party cookies for purposes that are not necessarily related to privacy, and disabling them may interfere with the proper functioning of those sites.

How to manage cookies on your PC

Below are some examples of the steps you can take to check if cookies are enabled on the most common web browsers. In the same web browser sections, the user can also decide whether to disable cookies. 

Google Chrome

1. Access the "Settings" using the button at the top of the browser window.

2. Enter the "advanced" section and locate the "Privacy and security" section.

3. Go to the section on "setting browsing content" and then to the section on cookies.

Microsoft Edge

1. Access the "Settings" using the button at the top of the browser window.

2. Click on the "view advanced settings" button and locate the "Privacy and Services" section.

3. Go to the section on cookies.

Mozilla Firefox

1. Access "Options" using the button at the top of the browser window.

2. Access the "Privacy & Security" section.

3. Go to the section on cookies.