The cookies used by the website serve the correct functioning of the site itself, and help us to improve the organization of the contents, and the usability of the site through the anonymous detection of visitor behavior. This website does not use profiling cookies aimed at creating user profiles, it only uses technical cookies.
Cookies are small text files that the sites send to the browser on the device used by the user (computer, tablet, smartphone, notebook), and on which they are stored, and then be re-transmitted to the same sites during the current visit or subsequent visit .
The site uses only technical cookies necessary for the operation of the site.
Can cookies be disabled? Yes, even if you disable cookies you may lose some of the features of the site.
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Technical cookies are used to perform various functions (authentication, session monitoring, user preferences storage, etc.) without which some operations would be very complex or impossible to perform. For more information about cookies see the page of the Privacy Guarantor “How to defend yourself from cookies”
This document explains what cookies are, how they use Social Media for Businesses and how they can be managed by users of our site.
Cookies are lines of text used to perform automatic authentication, tracking sessions and storing specific information about users accessing the server.
In practice they are text files that are stored on your computer every time you visit a site and that contain information related to navigation.
Based on the use made of cookies we can distinguish between:
technical cookies: contain information necessary to allow the use of the site or to provide a better user experience (these include cookies to support the management of authentication, the management of comments or those related to the search on the site);
analytical cookies: collect anonymous information on traffic and use of the site, but without identifying users;
profiling cookies: they are used to identify users’ preferences and information can be collected in a NON-anonymous way.