The session cookies used on this website avoid the need to use other computing techniques that could potentially compromise the privacy of users’ browsing and do not permit the user’s personal identification information to be gathered.
What is a cookie?
We use various types of cookies, which have different functions. As far as technical cookies are concerned, we may use persistent proprietary and session cookies for the sole purpose of making browsing the website more efficient. We reserve the right to publish a periodically updated table indicating the types of cookies used and the information required to find out their specific purposes of use.
Below is a short description of the main types of cookies that can technically be used.
1. Strictly necessary cookies (technical cookies)
These cookies are essential for browsing the website and using some functions. Without strictly necessary cookies, the online services normally offered by the website may not be accessed, if the services are provided exclusively by using cookies of this type. In fact, cookies of this type allow users to browse website pages efficiently and to use the various options and services available. For example, they allow a session to be identified, to access reserved areas, to remember elements of a request that was made previously, to finalise a purchase order, and to memorise a quote.
It is not necessary to give consent for technical cookies, as they are indispensable for guaranteeing that the services you have requested can be provided. It is possible to block or delete technical cookies by altering the option settings of your browser. Nonetheless, if you do this, it is possible that you won’t be able to access certain areas of the website or use several of the services available.
2. Analytics cookies
It is possible that we or suppliers of services who work on our behalf send analytics cookies to your browser. The information gathered by analytics cookies is used exclusively by us or in our interest.
Analytics cookies gather anonymous information about how users use the website and its various functions. For example, our analytics cookies gather information about the website pages you visit most often and about our advertising that appears on other websites you use, as well as checking if you open and read notices we send you and if you receive error messages. The information gathered may be used to customise your online experience, by showing you specific content. Analytics cookies also help to restrict the number of times the same advert is displayed. Our analytics cookies do not gather personal information.
In particular, the website uses Google Analytics, which is a Google analysis tool that helps website and app owners to understand how visitors interact with the content they own. A set of cookies may be used to gather information and generate website usage statistics, without Google personally identifying individual users.
Besides generating website usage statistics reports, Google Analytics’ tag pixel may be used, together with some advertising cookies as mentioned above, to allow us to show you more relevant results in Google (such as Google Search) and across the web.
For further information, please see this site Analytics cookies and privacy
3. Functionality cookies (profiling cookies)
We reserve the right for us (or suppliers of services who work on our behalf) to send functionality cookies to your browser. If we use these cookies, we do not share information gathered using functionality cookies with any advertisers or third parties under any circumstances.These cookies are used to memorise choices made (language, country or other online setting preferences) and to provide the customised or optimised functions selected by the user. Functionality cookies may be used to offer you online services or to prevent services that you have turned down in the past from being offered.
We also inform you that it is technically possible to authorise advertisers or third parties to provide content and other online experiences through this website. In this case, the third party involved may send its own functionality cookies to your browser and use them, in the same way we do, to provide you with customised functions and to optimise your usage experience. By selecting customised options and settings or optimised functions, you authorise us to use the functionality cookies required to offer you these experiences.
If you delete functionality cookies, the preferences or settings you have chosen will not be stored for future visits.
If third party cookies are used, we reserve the right to indicate detailed links to the privacy policies third parties provide.
The website may use a third party remarketing tool. In this case, some pages of the website may include a code known as “remarketing code”. This code allows browser cookies to be read and configured in order to determine what kind of announcement will be displayed, based on information relating to your visit to the website, such as, for example, the browsing route chosen, the pages you actually visit or what you have done on those pages.
The remarketing lists created are held in a Google server database, which holds all the cookie IDs associated with each list or category of interests. The information obtained allows only the browser to be identified, given that third parties cannot identify users with this information.
These tools allow customised adverts to be provided, based on users’ visits to our website.
In particular we may use the following remarketing tools:
Google Adwords – For further information about Google Remarketing, you can visit the page https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2454000?hl=it&ref_topic=2677326
For further information about Google’s Privacy and Terms policy, you can visit the page https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads?hl=it
Bing Ads – For further information about Microsoft Remarketing, you can visit the page http://choice.microsoft.com/it-IT For further information about Microsoft’s Privacy and Terms policy, you can visit the page https://advertise.bingads.microsoft.com/en-us/resources/policies/microsoft-bing-ads-privacy-policy
Facebook Ads – For further information about Facebook Remarketing, you can visit the page https://www.facebook.com/help/562973647153813
For further information about Facebook’s Privacy and Terms policy, you can visit the page https://www.facebook.com/policy.php
Enabling/disabling cookers in your browser
If you do not use any of the browsers mentioned above, choose “cookies” in the relative section of the guide to find out where your cookies folder is.
Deleting Flash cookies
Click on the link below to alter your Flash cookies settings.
Enabling and disabling cookies
Besides being able to use browser tools to enable or disable individual cookies, we would like to inform you that the website www.youronlinechoices.com contains a list of the main providers who work with webmasters to gather and use information for behavioural advertising. You can disable or enable all the companies, or alternatively choose your preferences for each company individually. To do it, you can use the tool you’ll find on this page www.youronlinechoices.com/it/le-tue-scelte to check your behavioural advertising preferences.
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