What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file sent from a website to the browser and which may then be sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server. Some of the cookies we use are session cookies and only last until you close your browser, others are persistent cookies which are stored on your computer for longer.
How are cookies used?
Are all cookies equal?
No, there are several types of cookies, which are used for different purposes. Cookies can be distinguished by function, lifetime and origin.
Types of cookies used from 0000000000000000000
: allow the user to navigate through the website and use the various options or services improving the browsing experience for example creating an account, remembering the language choice, browsing the website with user defined settings, ecc. Technical cookies are essentialin in order that the website work properly.
Statistical analysis cookies
: are used to understand how users browse the website. The information gathered are for example: visited pages, entry and output page, kind of browser and operativ system used, date and time informations, number of mouse clicks on a page, ecc. This informations are anonymous and used only for statistical purposes.
Third Party Cookies
How long cookies remain active?
How do I recognize 0000000000000000000 cookies?
You can find 0000000000000000000 cookies in your browser settings.
Who has access to 0000000000000000000 cookies data?
Only 0000000000000000000 can access the data resulting from cookies, data is completely anonymous and will be kept strictly confidential. Occasionally we can use third part cookies for statistical analysis that will keep strictly anonymous and will handle it in compliance with the security measures required by the Privacy Act.
How can I change cookies preferences?
In the settings of any browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome etc ...) you can determine which cookies you want to receive and which not. To find out where you can find these settings, use the "Help" key of your browser.
Some cookies, if rejected, could prevent the proper operation of our website.