What is a cookie and what is it used for?

A cookie is a small string of characters that a site sends to a browser and saves on your computer when you visit the website. Cookies are used to operate websites more efficiently, improve performance, and provide the website owners with information.

What type of cookies use and for what purpose?

Our website uses different kinds of cookies each of which has a specific function, as indicated in the table below:


Navigation cookies

These cookies allow the site to operate correctly and are used to collect information about how visitors use the site. This information is used to draft reports and help improve the website. Cookies collect information anonymously, including the number of site visitors, where the visitors come from and the pages they have visited.

Analysis cookies

These cookies are used, for example, by Google Analytics to process statistical analyses about the navigational habits of site users on either their computer or mobile phone, the number of pages visited and the number of clicks made on a page during site navigation.
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Third party cookies

These cookies are used by third party companies. The use of this kind of cookie does not normally imply the treatment of personal data. Third party cookies derive from advertising about other websites, such as, advertising messages on the website viewed. They can be used to track the use of the website for marketing purposes.

How can I disable cookies?

Most browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) are configured to accept cookies. But most browsers allow cookies to be checked, and even disabled, using the browser settings. It is important to remember, though, that disabling navigation or operational cookies may cause the website to malfunction and/or limit the service offered.

To edit the settings, follow the procedure indicated by the relevant browser that you will find under the “Options” or “Preferences” items.

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