In IT, HTTP cookies, or simply cookies, are nothing more than small text files that are memorised on user devices when they browse certain websites via their own browser.
What are cookies used for?
Cookies are useful because they enable a website to recognise the user's device and serve several purposes. For example, they enable the efficient browsing of pages, memorise favourite websites and generally improve your browsing experience.
Necessary for correct website operation. This category includes both persistent and session cookies. Without these cookies, the website or certain sections may not work properly.
Transient or session cookies
These are essential as they allow the user to move from one page to another on the Site and make use of the services provided; as they are not stored on the user's device, they disappear when the browser is closed.
Used to activate specific website functionalities and a series of selected criteria (e.g. language settings), for an improved service.
These cookies are installed directly by the Website and your consent for their installation is not requested insofar as they are not used for any other purposes other than the functional ones described here above.
All cookies different from the above-mentioned technical ones are installed or activated only after receiving the consent given by the user when visiting the website for the first time.
Consent may be expressed in a general way by clicking "I accept" key or it can be provided selectively according to methods described below.
This consent is tracked during subsequent visits. However, user always has the ability to withdraw all or part of the consent already given.
Used to collect information in anonymous form on user’s website activity, how they got there and which pages they visit. This kind of cookie may be sent by the website or by third-party domains.
Cookies managed by third parties
Enabling and disabling cookies
In addition to the use of browser instruments to enable or disable single cookies, we inform you that the website www.youronlinechoices.com contains a list of all major providers who work with website managers for the collection and use of information useful for behavioural advertising purposes. You can disable or enable all companies, or alternatively, you can manage your preferences separately for each company.