Cookies are small pieces of data that are stored and used to improve the user experience on a website.
For example, they can remember your browsing preferences temporarily to avoid selecting the language every time, thus making following visits more comfortable and more intuitive. Or they can be used for “anonymous surveys” on how users surf through the website, with the scope of improving it starting with real data. Cookies do not record any personal information about a user, and any identifiable data will not be stored. To disable cookies, you need to customise your computer setting to provide for deleting all cookies or activating a warning message in the event of cookies storage. Just continue browsing to proceed without changing the cookie application.
COOKIES ARE NOT VIRUSES OR PROGRAMS
Cookies are not viruses or programs. Cookies are just data saved in text form in the “variable = value” (example: “dataAccessoSito=2014-01-20,14:23:15″) form. Such data is only readable from the same website that generated them. In most cases, they are also subject to an expiration date beyond which the browser will automatically delete them. Not all cookies aim to the same purpose: hereunder is a specification of the different types of cookies used by this website.
These cookies are essential to allow browsing the website and using all its features entirely.
Without these cookies, some services cannot operate properly.
These cookies collect information on how users use a website but do not store data identifying a visitor. These cookies are used only to improve the functioning of the site. By using the website, the user agrees for cookies to be stored on his device.
Cookies allow the website to remember the choices made by the user (like the language or other individual settings that are available) and provide advanced customised features, and that can also be used to provide the required services. By using the website, the user agrees that these cookies can be stored on your device.
HOW TO MANAGE COOKIES ON YOUR WEBSITE
Each browser allows customising the way cookies get processed. For further information, please refer to the documentation of the browser you are using. Some browsers allow “anonymous web surfing” accepting cookies and then deleting them automatically at the end of the surfing session. For further information on “anonymous surfing” consult the documentation of the browser you are using.
It is possible to prevent Google from detecting a cookie generated due to and related to your use of this website (including your IP address) and the processing of this data by downloading and installing this browser plugin: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en