"Cookies" are small text files that a site creates in the directories used by a visitor's browser. Cookies collect information about the visitor's use of a given site.
Users who visit the site will see minimal amounts of information added to the devices (computers, tablets and smartphones) they use to navigate the site.
For example, cookies enable you to:
On the hard drive (or memory drive) of the device that the visitor uses to visit the site.
Yes, you can, through the functions available in your browser (see below).
Cookies can be classified based on the site that generates them, their duration and their intended purpose.
In detail, if we combine the categories we have:
First-party technical cookies: This type of cookie enables the proper functioning of certain sections of the site. There are two sub-categories: temporary (or session) and persistent (see above) cookies. These cookies are necessary to display the site correctly and also concern the technical services offered. They are always used and sent unless visitors modify their browser settings (this may mean that users cannot take full advantage of the site and may render some of the site's services unusable).
Technical cookies for integrating third-party functions: This type of cookie integrates features developed by third parties within the pages of the site, such as icons and preferences expressed in social networks for the purpose of sharing site content or for the use of third-party software services (such as software to generate maps and other software offering additional services). These cookies are sent from third-party domains and partner sites that offer their functionality within site pages.
Third-party services analytical cookies: These cookies are used in order to collect information about site use by users for the purposes of marketing campaigns, such as pages visited, length of stay on the site, origin of traffic, geographic origin, age, gender, and interests. These cookies are sent from third-party domains outside the site and in accordance with current legislation can be assimilated to technical cookies "if tools that reduce identification ability and the third party does not cross-check the information collected with other data already available", or alternatively may be assimilated to profiling cookies.
Profiling cookies: These are the cookies necessary to create user profiles in order to send advertising in line with the preferences expressed by users within site pages.
This site uses only first- or third-party technical cookies and analytical cookies that adopt systems that reduce identification ability. In particular, the cookies used by Google Analytics' (see below) statistics service can be considered the same as technical cookies for two reasons:
Therefore, according to current legislation, this Site is not required to ask for consent for the technical cookies necessary for the normal functioning of the site.
However, you may refuse to consent to the use of all cookies by one or more of the following methods:
Both of these solutions may prevent you from using or viewing parts of the site.
Most internet browsers are initially set up to accept cookies automatically. At any time, users can set up their own browser to accept all cookies, only some, or to reject them, disabling their use by sites. In addition, you can normally set your browser's preferences to be notified whenever a cookie is stored in your computer's memory.
At the end of each browsing session, users can delete the collected cookies from their hard drive.
If you want to delete cookies that are installed in your browser's cookies folder, remember that each browser has different procedures for managing settings.
By clicking on the links below you can obtain specific instructions for some of the main browsers.
Microsoft Windows Explorer
These are third-party cookies, as they are the responsibility of Google, which provides the service. Google Analytics is a Google service providing statistics on site visits. It makes this data available to the site owner anonymously and as "aggregated" data in the sense that it is not possible to link the statistical data back to individuals who visited the site. As already mentioned, the Google Analytics cookies in use on this site are tools to reduce identification and the third party is not able to cross-check the information gathered with other data it already has. However, to block Analytics cookies, please see this page.
These are third-party cookies, as they are the responsibility of Google, which provides the service. Google Maps is a Google service that allows the on-site generation of dynamic maps, such as the classic map on the "where we are" page.
Our site may contain links to other websites that provide their own information on cookies, which may be different from the ones used by our website. We do not account for these and we invite you to inform yourself on such sites directly.
The Site Owner reserves the right to modify the contents of this Site at any time without notice. You agree to be bound by any potential and future changes and therefore undertake to periodically visit the Site to be informed of any modifications.
The Site Owner reserves the right to modify the contents of this page at any time without notice. You agree to be bound by any potential and future changes and therefore undertake to periodically visit the site to be informed of any modifications.