What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file downloaded onto the computer/smartphone/tablet of the user when he enters certain web pages in order to store and recover information about the browsing done from the above device.
To find out more about cookies, we invite you to look at the following link.
What are cookies for?
Cookies are used to store information about the user’s preferences (language, country, start of session, characteristics of the browser, information about the use made of our website…etc.) Knowledge of your preferences will tell us the characteristics of the computer being used and we will be able to offer you a better browsing experience. Cookies can help our website spot previous users and remember the preferences the user chose during his browsing personalize the welcome page, identify the areas of a website that have been visited. They can also be used to obtain information about traffic withing the website and estimate the number of overall visits.
Types and uses of cookies
Find below a list of the cookies you can find on our website and a brief description of their uses. We assure you that none of them store any personal information about you. Some cookies personalize your visit, others remember your preferences while others only provide statistics about users.
||Session, registry, browsing
||Registry management, guarantee server resources for browsing. Specific to the asp or asp.net language.
|THIRD PARTY COOKIES (information below provided by third-parties)Analysis
|Analysis, Google Analytics
||Number of visits, pages of sections visited, browsing time, sites visited before entering that page, details about browsers used.
||Statistical reports on website traffic, total audience and the audience during specific ad campaigns.
||Links created to connect with social profiles.
||Used to facilitate distribution of the contents of Facebook in the Web and viceversa.
(*) The information obtained through these cookies can’t identify the user.
The user may configure his browser to accept, or not, cookies he receives or to receive a warning from the browser when a server wants to save or delete a cookie from his computer. You can find instruction on security configuration on your browser.
- If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, in the menu option Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > Configuration.
- If you use Firefox, in the menu option Tools > Options > Privacy > Cookies.
- If you use Google Chrome, in the menu option Configuration > Privacy.
- If you use Safari, in the menu option Preferences > Security.
You can use the section “Help” which you can find on the toolbar of the majority of browsers and used to change the options of your computer, however, some of the characteristics of our online services may not function or can be difficult to use if you refuse all our cookies.
A lot of browsers allow the activation of a private mode which eliminates cookies after your visit. Depending on browsers, this private mode can have different names; see below for some of the more common ones:
- Internet Explorer 8 and higher: InPrivate
- FireFox 3.5 and higher: Private Browsing
- Google Chrome 10 and higher: Incognito
- Safari 2 and higher: Private Browsing
- Opera 10.5 and higher: Private Browsing
Please read carefully the help section of your browser to find out more about how to activate the private mode. You will be able to visit our web although your browser is in private mode, however, user experience may not be optimal and some functions may not work.