In fact, cookies are small text files, containing a “packet of information”, which the Site sends to the User’s terminal (usually on the browser), where they are stored, and then retransmitted to the same Site, in the same session or in subsequent visits by the same User. Generally, cookies assign a unique number to the User; however, this number is meaningless outside the Site on which it was assigned.
Cookies can be stored only for the time of use of a specific site (i.e. session cookies) or for a longer period of time independent of the session (i.e. persistent cookies).
As a rule, cookies allow the site owner to establish which sectors and contents are most visited or viewed on the Site, in order to adapt them to the wishes of the Users and at the same time to improve the services offered also, but not limited to a communication tailored to the Users and their related interests.
The types of cookies used by the Site are:
- a. Cookies necessary and functional for navigation;
- b. Third party cookies.
Cookies necessary for navigation:
They are cookies that are essential for the correct operation and visibility of the Site, allowing you to browse using the essential functions.
These cookies do not collect information about Users which could be used for marketing purposes.
The necessary cookies are used, inter alia, to: (i) remember Users’ data on the various pages during a browser session; (ii) view the contents in the chosen language at each access, recognizing from which country the User is connecting (and remembering this setting in future accesses).
Cookies functional to navigation:
They are cookies that allow the site owner to make the use of the site significantly easier for the user.
They allow to identify the Users who have logged in to the Site, avoiding the new data entry at each new browsing session.
These cookies aim to facilitate and speed up their use.
|Cookie used:||What does it do?||How long does the cookie remain on your device?||Cookie details|
|Analytical / Tracking||Provides anonymous / aggregate information on where you go and what you do on our sites and other websites.||Third parties|| Google Analytics
|Social Media / sharing||They allow you to share comments / ratings / pages / bookmarks and help you simplify access
to social networks and social tools on the internet.
|Third parties|| Vimeo
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