What are cookies

Cookies are small text files that your computer or mobile device create when you access our website.

We use cookies to give the User the best possible experience on our website. This website uses cookies and third-party cookies to send customised promotional messages.

Types of cookies

Cookies are divided as follows. Session cookies. These cookies are automatically deleted when the User closes the browser. Persistent cookies. These cookies remain on the User’s device until they reach a specific termination date (minutes, days or years since the cookies were created / updated). Third party cookies. These cookies are stored on behalf of third parties. You can manage and delete the cookies by using the settings present on most browsers. However, this could prevent you from using properly some features of our website. For further information, refer to www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org

Cookies general information, deactivation and management

Cookies are data sent by the website and stored by the Internet browser on the User’s computer or any other device (for example, tablets or mobile phones). Technical and third party cookies can be installed by our website or its subdomains. However, Users can manage, in other words request the general deactivation or deletion of cookies by changing the settings of their Internet browser. However, such deactivation may slow down or prevent the access to some parts of the website.

The settings to control and disable cookies may vary depending on the Internet browser used; therefore, for further information on how to perform such operations we suggest that you read the manual of your device or the “Help” function of your Internet browser.

Below we provide Users with a list of links explaining how to manage or disable cookies for the most popular browsers: 

  • Internet Explorer
  • Google Chrome
  • MozillaFirefox
  • Opera
  • Safari

Third Party cookies

This website can install third party cookies, that is analytics and profiling cookies by Google Analytics and Facebook. These cookies are sent by third party websites, not related with our website. Third party analytics cookies are used to collect information about the behaviour of users on the website. The data are collected in anonymous form to monitor the performance and improve the usability of the website. The use of these cookies is regulated by the rules envisaged by the third parties, therefore, Users are invited to examine the Privacy Policy and the Regulations to manage or disable cookies, published in the following webpages:

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