The “cookie” technology is used to obtain information on the experience gained on the website / web portal and to allow the operation of some services that require the user to be identified in the various pages.
What are cookies?
A “cookie” constitutes information sent by a server to a browser and allows the server to collect information from the browser and vice versa. The cookie will help the website / web portal to recognize your device if the site / portal is visited again. Cookies serve many functions. For example, they can help us remember your username and your preferences, analyze the performance of our website, or even allow us to recommend content that we think may be of interest to you.
Our cookies are normally anonymous and can not be linked to the user’s personal data. First party cookies are associated with the domain name of the page you are visiting and allow you to identify the person by cross-referencing our database, they can only be assigned upon explicit request by users and in order to allow their immediate identification for access restricted areas of the website, without users having to manually enter the login and password. The user’s identity is never, in any case, included directly in the cookie and can not be intercepted.
Every time you access the website / web portal, regardless of the presence or absence of a cookie, we register the type of browser, the operating system and the host together with the source URL of the visitor, as well as the information on the requested page. This data can, therefore, be used in aggregate and anonymous form to perform statistical analysis on the use of the website.
Types of cookies
The cookies used on the website / web portal are divided into 4 types:
Performance and functionality cookies
Necessary for navigation within the site / portal and the use of some of its functions (eg timing of the display of some pages in CD mode “pop-up”, etc.).
Performance and functionality cookies
The performance cookies collect anonymous information on the pages visited by users. They are used to track the most searched pages and are useful for improving links between pages and for determining the reason for possible error messages. Functionality cookies also memorize the choices made by the user in order to improve navigation and your online experience.
Provided and managed by third parties to statistically analyze AC
ceases to the site / portal. The information is collected only in anonymous and aggregate form and no personal data of the users is stored. You can decide not to use these cookies follow the information given in the section Purpose of processing the collected data.
Provided and managed by third parties to generate specific advertising messages based on the browsing habits and interests of individual users. These cookies do not, however, use sensitive user data. “The storage of information in the terminal equipment of a contractor or a user or access to information already stored is only permitted on condition that the contractor or the user has given his consent after being informed with the simplified procedures referred to in Article 13, paragraph 3 “(Article 122, paragraph 1, of the Code). See section Purposes of processing the collected data
Browser settings (art.122, paragraph 2, of the code)
The functionality of cookies can be deactivated through the appropriate page made available by EDAA (European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance) http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/, or by acting on the settings related to the privacy of your browser. Without prejudice to the foregoing, it is necessary to note that the deactivation of cookies may affect the correct functioning of certain sections of the Website / portal.
Each browser manages cookies differently. To disable them, follow the instructions of your browser at the address www.allaboutcookies.org.
What happens to cookies that have been downloaded in the past?
We will read or write cookies solely based on the level of preference indicated in the cookie setting tool. Cookies present before changing your settings will remain on your computer and you can remove them using your browser settings.
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