What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files that the Site places on your computer, smartphone, or tablet when you access it.
These files collect a set of information about your site navigation and are used to facilitate your user experience and make it simpler, and do not damage your computer.
What are cookies used for?
The information collected by our cookies or third-party cookies translates into session variables and usage patterns and has as main objective the adaptation of the site to the interests of our users and identify the user during the session.
This information is for the sole purpose of enabling and improving the technical performance of the Site and its user experience.
What kind of cookies are being used?
The cookies on this Site are used for:
- Analytic Cookies – to provide anonymous statistical data regarding the use of sites, such as the websites from which they come, the pages visited, the number of visitors, and the software used by the customer.
Functional cookies – retain user preferences for site usage, so you do not need to reconfigure the site each time you visit.
- Session cookies – These are temporary cookies that remain in your browser’s “cookies” folder until you leave the Web page, none of which gets registered to the user’s disk drive. The information obtained by means of these cookies serve to analyze types of traffic in the site, thus offering a better browsing experience, improved contents available and greater ease of use.
However we use third-party cookies, namely google that allow us to statistically analyze the use of the site and store information related to the user’s behavior in order to know browsing habits and possibly to show you advertising related to your browsing profile.
Who has access to information stored in cookies?
The information stored by our cookies is used exclusively by the user while browsing the site and is deleted when the user logs off the Internet browser.
The information stored by third-party cookies, namely by Google is transmitted and stored by Google Inc. (a company of the United States of America), so we suggest a query to the Google Analytics privacy page,
Yes, cookies can be disabled in your browser. However, in carrying out this action, it no longer contributes to the continuous improvement that we always want to offer our customers and some features may no longer be accessible.
To block or delete cookies, you can do so by modifying your browser settings in the “Preferences” or “Tools” menu. For details on configuring cookies, see the “Help” menu in your browser.
In the following links you can find more detailed information on how to configure or disable cookies in each browser: