What are cookies?
A “cookie” is a small text file created by a computer user when he visits a website. The purpose of the cookie is to store and keep track of visits and activities. They can be directly set by the website or they can be “third-party cookies” if installed on the user’s terminal by another site. To learn more about cookies and their functions go to www.allaboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.eu.
This site offers a newsletter subscription service and cookies are used to know whether the user is already logged in or not and show notifications.
By visiting the website, the user agrees to the use of some typologies of third-party cookies (herein specified) whose purpose is to collect and elaborate information. The user can avoid the installation of these cookies through specific functions which are available on his browser. To do this, follow the instructions below.
Buttons and social network widgets
Social buttons are those particular “buttons” on the site that depict icons of social networks (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin, YouTube, Google+) and allow users who are browsing to interact with a “click” directly with the platforms company. The cookies used by these services are not controlled by this site, so we invite users to check the information related to these cookies directly from the site of these third parties.
By visiting the website, the user agrees to the use of these technologies for information collection and elaboration. The user can avoid the installation of these cookies through specific functions which are available on his browser.
How to disable third-party cookies
Every browser presents different procedures for cookies settings management. The user can receive specific instructions through the links below.
Microsoft Internet Explorer – Delete and manage cookies
Google Chrome – Clear, enable, and manage cookies
Mozilla Firefox – Enable and disable cookies that websites use to track your preferences
Apple Safari – Manage cookies and website data
Opera – Cookies
Data processing terms
The navigation data are handled in computerized form exclusively as described above; the data are not being released to third parties.