Cookies are small data files that your browser places on your computer or device. Cookies help your browser navigate websites, but they cannot collect any information stored on your computer or in your files. When the server uses a web browser to read cookies, these can make the website provide a more user-friendly service. To protect your privacy, the browser allows the website to access only the cookies it has already sent to you and not the cookies generated by other websites.
TYPES OF COOKIES
Technical cookies, strictly necessary
These cookies are essential to navigate our sites and use the various functions. Without cookies, it is not possible for us to provide services such as shopping carts and remember your chosen language.
Functionality analysis cookies
Thanks to these cookies, websites are able to remember the choices you make while browsing. For example, they can store your geographic location in a cookie to show you the website in your language. They can also remember your preferences, such as text size, font, and other customizable site elements. These cookies do not collect information that allows you to be personally identified and do not keep track of your activities.
Performance analysis cookies
These cookies collect information on how you use our sites, for example which pages you visit most often: they are data that allow you to optimize websites by making them easier to navigate. These cookies are also used to let affiliates know if your visit originated from one of their sites and if it resulted in the use or purchase of a product or service on your part, also providing details of the product or service purchased. These cookies do not collect information that allows you to be personally identified: all the data collected is aggregated and therefore anonymous.
YOUR CHOICES RELATING TO COOKIES
Choices offered by your browser
It is possible to configure the browser so that cookies are stored on the device or, on the contrary, are rejected, both systematically and depending on the issuer. It is also possible to set the browser in such a way that the acceptance or rejection of cookies is promptly requested, before a cookie is probably stored on the device. For more information, see "How to exercise your choice, depending on the browser you use?".
(a) Consent to cookies
The registration of a cookie on a device is essentially subject to the will of the user which can be expressed and modified at any time and free of charge through the options offered by the browser. If you have accepted through your browser the registration of cookies in your terminal, the cookies integrated in the pages and contents you have consulted may be temporarily stored in a dedicated area of your device. These will only be readable by the issuer.
(b) The refusal of cookies
If you refuse the cookies in your terminal, or remove those that are registered, you will not be able to benefit from a series of features that are necessary to navigate certain areas of our [site / application]. This will be the case if you are attempting to access our content or services that require identification. The same, in the event that we or our suppliers cannot recognize, for the purposes of technical compatibility, the type of browser that uses your device, the language and display settings or the country from which the terminal is connected to the Internet. In such cases, we decline all responsibility for the consequences related to the malfunction of our services caused by the impossibility for us to register or read the cookies necessary to operate and that you have refused or deleted.
For the management of cookies and your choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which will allow you to know how to change your choices regarding cookies.
Internet Explorer™: http://windows.microsoft.com/it-IT/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies
If you do not intend to consent to the registration of cookies in your terminal, you can configure the same in this sense using the appropriate browser functionality.