What are cookies?
A cookie is a small size text file that a website saves in your computer or mobile device when you visit it. Thanks to cookies, for a period of time, the website remembers your actions and preferences (login, language, characters size and other display preferences). Therefore, you don't have to enter them again when you return on the website or when you navigate through pages.
How are cookies used?
Our cookies do not remember personal data. These allow us only to find out information after you logged in or to help us make a connection between the information regarding the navigation made and your personal data, when you choose to register.
For this, in some cases, we use persistent cookies. We take the protection of your personal data seriously - we always monitor and improve the way in which we can protect them.
We have classified our cookies in the following categories, in order for you to understand better why we need them:
- Strictly necessary - these are used in order to improve our work on the website
- Performance - these are used to analyse the manner in which our website works and how we can improve it
- Functionality - to register information that allows us to adapt our website to our users. This information is used for a very limited purpose, stored for a limited time period. All information is completely anonymous and is not used for any other purpose.
What are third-party cookies?
Unlike primary cookies that come from the same domain as the website you are visiting now, third-party cookies come from a different domain than our website.. Third-parties that are using cookies on our website are: Google, Facebook, MailChimp, SALESManago, AddThis.
We use these cookies to:
- distinguish among different users
- deliver, measure and improve the commercials' relevance
- register the waiver of the user against commercials display
- customise commercials on Google Search (most recent searches, previous interactions with commercials or search results, as well as user visits on the website)
- publicity that Google provides on the web
- measure interactions with commercials on the placed domain and to prevent a too frequent display of these commercials
- determine how many times the user clicked on a commercial
How can you control third-party cookies?
Most of the browsers will allow you to see what cookies you have and to individually erase them or to block the cookies from certain or from all websites. You can control and/or erase cookies at your own convenience - for details, please see aboutcookies.org. If you do this, it is possible for you to have to manually set certain preferences, each time you visit the website. Remember that the elimination or blocking of cookies can have an impact on your user experience, and certain parts of this website can no longer be fully accessible.