Cookie

WHAT IS A COOKIE
The cookies are small text file, which are downloaded to the User device when surfing on a website. Any following visit, the cookies are re-forwarded to the website generating them (first party cookies) or to another website, recognising them (third party cookies). The cookies are useful as they allow the website to recognise the user device. They aim for example at allowing a more efficient page surfing, at remembering the favourite websites and in general at improving the surfing experience.
According to the use functions and goals, the cookies can be identified as technical cookies, profiling cookies and third party cookies.

TECHNICAL COOKIES
The technical cookies enables functions which allows to better profit from the website surfing.
They support the operation of procedures based on different steps (different subsequent pages, such as a contact request), tracking of the user choice on the website contents to be displayed and functions to be enabled or disabled.
A similar cookies is used to save the user decision to use the cookies on our website.
The essential cookies cannot be disabled using the website functions.
They are to be considered among the technical cookies all the cookies used to statistically analyse the website visits or accesses, called “analytics” which are simply statistical cookies, collecting aggregated information without identifying any single user.
The analytics cookies can be third party cookies as well (Google Analytics): refer to the privacy policy of their owner.

PROFILING COOKIES
The profiling cookies aims at improving the User on the company website, suggesting contents similar to the surfing user preferences, according to the contents displayed and his/her behavioural parameters.
The user can disable the use of the single website cookies through the specific options on its browser.
Thus some functions of the website could be not available.

THIRD PARTY COOKIES
The WEBSITE profits from some external functions or holds some external links as to improve the integration with commonly used third party Websites or social media (Facebook, Google and similar sharing keys). Such functions and links could require third party cookies: refer to the single site privacy policy for more information.

DISABLING COOKIES ON MOST COMMON BROWSERS
It is possible to disable any cookie through the options available on each browser. Hereinafter annexed a few examples of the most frequently used browers.



Internet Explorer 
  • Select the tool bar from the menu
  • Click on the Internet options
  • Click on General under the item “Browsing history” and click on “Remove”.

Firefox 
  • Select the tool bar from the menu
  • Click on the Options
  • Click on the tab Privacy
  • Click on “Remove now”
  • Select “Cookies”
  • Click on “Remove personal data now”

Google Chrome
  • Click on the wrench icon on the top on the right of the browser.
  • Click on the Options
  • Click on “Under the Hood”
  • 'Cookie Setting' should be selected. Once done select 'Block all Cookies'
  • Click on "Remove All" to remove all traces of cookies.

Safari 
  • Select Preferences from the Safari menu (on the top on the right of the browser).
  • In the window that appears, click the Privacy tab (with the shape of a lock).
  • Under the item “Accept cookies” click on “Never”.
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