What are cookies
Cookies are small text files that the sites visited by users send to their terminals, where they are stored to be retransmitted to the same sites on subsequent visits. Cookies are used for different purposes, have different characteristics, and can be used both by the owner of the site you are visiting, and by third parties. Below you will find all the information on the cookies installed through this site, and the necessary information on how to manage your preferences regarding them.
For more information on cookies and their general functions, visit an informative website such as allaboutcookies.org.
Cookies used by this site
Technical cookies that do not require consent:
Cookies related to activities that are strictly necessary for the site to function and provide the service:
|Cookie name or category||Duration (session or indicate duration)||Description|
|PHPSESSID||Technical session cookie||Used by the site to identify the current session|
Cookies related to saving preferences and optimization:
|Cookie name or category||Duration||Description|
|DISPLAYCOOKIEBAR||Technical session cookie||Stores the user’s acceptance of the cookies legislation to prevent the banner from reappearing on subsequent visits|
Cookies for which consent is required
All cookies other than the technical ones mentioned above are installed or activated only following the consent expressed by the user the first time he visits the site. Consent can be expressed in a general way, by interacting with the brief information banner on the site’s landing page, in the manner indicated in this banner (by clicking on the OK button or on the X button; or by continuing to navigate, also by scrolling or through a link); or it can be provided or denied selectively, in the manner indicated below. Of this consensus is tracked at subsequent visits. However, the user always has the option to revoke all or part of the consent already expressed.
Cookies managed by third parties
They are used by third parties, even in disaggregated form, for the management of statistics.
You will find below the name of the third parties that manage them, and for each of them the link to the page where you can receive information on the treatment and express your consent. Read more at the following links: https://www.google.com/analytics/terms/us.html
Plugin: is a program that interacts with another program to extend or extend its original functionality. The plugins most used are those of social networks, which allow for example the user to follow a page or a social profile with a click, to indicate with a click that he liked a web content and to share it on his social network profile, etc..
Widget: is a graphical user interface component of a program, which has the purpose of facilitating user interaction with the program itself. The widgets most used are those of social networks, which allow users to easily open social networks in a separate browser window.
These services allow you to interact with social networks, or with other external platforms, directly from the pages of a site. The interactions and data acquired from the site are subject to the privacy settings of the third party who has created these technologies. To receive detailed information in accordance with art. 13 of the Privacy Code regarding the use of personal data processed when you use these technologies, we invite you to visit the websites of third-party managers of the aforementioned technologies.
You will find below the references of these third parties, and next to each of them you will find the link to the page where you can receive information on the treatment and, where required by law, express or deny your consent:
-+1 button and Google+ social widgets (Google): http://www.google.com/intl/it/policies/privacy/
-Like button and Facebook social widgets (Facebook):https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation
-Twitter Tweet button and social widgets (Twitter): https://twitter.com/privacy?lang=it
Localstorage is a technology used to optimize navigation, which does not collect data on the preferences expressed by the user (e.g. stores a code that identifies the user’s session after logging in, to prevent the user from having to enter a username and password. on each profile page when accessing restricted areas
Remember that you can manage your cookie preferences also through the browser
If you do not know the type and version of browser you are using, click on “Help” in the browser window at the top, from which you can access all the necessary information.
If, on the other hand, you know your browser, click on the one you are using to access the cookie management page.
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Update date: December 2018