Cookies are short text strings that the Website sends to the User’s terminal, where they are saved and then retransmitted to the Website on his or her next visit. Cookies may be first-party (placed by the Company itself) or third-party. Cookies are useful because they enable the Website to recognise the User’s device and make it possible to browse through the pages, remembering the preferences shown and improving the User browsing experience. In certain cases, some types of cookies also ensure that online ads are more suited to Users or more relevant to their interests. For more information on cookies, please click here.
By changing their browser settings, Users can decide to make the installation of any type of cookie conditional on their prior consent, or can completely block their installation. Remember that the way that settings are changed differs between browsers, as described in each browser’s “Help” menu. To understand how to adjust cookie settings, please see the following links:
Cookies used by the Website
The Website uses different types of cookies for different purposes: necessary technical cookies, technical analytics cookies, functionality optimisation cookies and profiling cookies. Some cookies may be sent by external third parties to add additional features to our website as shown below.
Necessary technical cookies
these cookies are essential for providing a service according to your requests, for example to perform authentication and access your account. They are necessary for the Website to function and cannot be disabled in our systems. If you reject these cookies, by changing the information in your browser, we will be unable to guarantee the functioning and performance of our Website during your visit.
Technical analytics cookies
these cookies enable us to gather information on the number of visitors to the Website and on how they visit it, the most popular pages and the websites that visitors come from, to be able to measure and improve the Website’s performance. All this information is gathered using cookies in aggregate form. If you do not consent to these cookies we will not know when you visited our Website and we will be unable to improve its performance.
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Functionality optimisation cookies
these cookies are used to improve the performance and functionality of our Website based on your activities and a series of selected criteria. For example we may personalise the content shown and remember your preferences (for example the language you choose or the products you select for purchase).
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These are cookies used to send relevant advertising to an identified device or another device (not a named or otherwise identifiable person), which is personalised according to the interests deduced from browsing activity on the website that the device is connected to (for example advertising banners clicked on, sub-pages visited, searches performed).
These cookies are also used to limit the number of times a user sees an ad, and help in assessing the effectiveness of the advertising campaign.
They can also memorise the fact that the Website has been visited by a device and can share this information with marketing companies. The profiling cookies on our Website can be set up by our advertising partners, with our permission. Profiling cookies are used to monitor from which advertising sources a user has been directed on to our Website, enabling us to know whether it is worthwhile for us to invest in that specific advertising source. If you do not consent to these cookies, you will receive less targeted advertising.
The Website also has plugins for sharing cookies with social networks, enabling users to share their information with them and enabling the social network operators to identify users and to store information regarding the use of the Website in their profiles. If you do not accept these cookies, you will be unable to use or view these sharing tools.
Users can view information on the handling of cookies by the social networks that the social media buttons connect to at the following links: Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, Google, Instagram:
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Users can disable the first-party cookies shown in the table by clicking on the links shown or, in the case of third-party cookies, by accessing the information and consent forms of the respective third party. Additionally, as already mentioned, Users can also change their choices in an aggregated way by accessing the Change Preferences section.
Users can also manage their third-party cookie preferences by visiting www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte and following the instructions shown.
Changes and Updates
Last update June 2020