Definition of cookies. They are small text strings that the sites visited by the user send to his terminal
(usually to the browser), where they are stored before being re-transmitted to the same sites at the next
visit by the same user. During navigation on a site, the user can also receive on his terminal cookies that
are sent from different websites or web servers (so-called “third parties”), on which certain elements may
reside (such as, for example, images, maps, sounds, specific links to pages of other domains) present on
the site that he is visiting.
“The cookies are then divided into” session “and” persistent “, the first once downloaded are then deleted
when the browser is closed, while the second are stored on the hard disk of the user / visitor until they
Persistent cookies are mainly used to facilitate site navigation, to understand which sections of the site
have generated a certain number of pages and users and also for the delivery of advertising formats.
The session cookies used are intended to speed up the analysis of Internet traffic and facilitate access to
the services offered by the site to users. Their use does not transmit or acquire personal data and no user
tracking systems are used. Session cookies are mainly used during authentication, authorization and
navigation in the services accessed through a registration.
First-party cookies: readable only by the domain, which created them;
Third-party cookies: created by domains external to this site, for example through Google Analytics.
The software, used for site and platform, creates a cookie for user in order to generate usage statistics.
The data generated by this cookie is stored at Google Inc.
For the functioning of cookies in Google Analytics consult the official documentation provided by
Google at the url: http://code.google.com/apis/analytics/docs/concepts/gaConceptsCookies.htm
In any case, you also have other options to browse without cookies.
Cookies are connected to the browser used and can be disabled directly by the browser, thus
the correct use of some functions of the site itself.
The instructions for disabling cookies for the main browsers can be found on the following web
pages: Mozilla Firefox – Microsoft Internet Explorer – Microsoft Edge – Google Chrome – Opera – Apple Safari
Block third-party cookies
Third-party cookies are generally not essential for browsing, so you can refuse them by default, through
special functions of your browser according to the instructions at the links above.
Activate the Do Not Track option
The Do Not Track option is present in most browsers of the latest generation. Websites designed to
comply with this option, when activated, should automatically stop collecting some of your browsing
data. As mentioned, however, not all websites are set up to comply with this option (discretionary).
Activate the “anonymous browsing” mode
With this function you can navigate without leaving a trace in the browser of the navigation data. The
sites will not remember you, the pages you visit will not be stored in the history and the new cookies will
The anonymous browsing function does not guarantee, however, anonymity on the Internet, because it
serves only to not maintain the browsing data in the browser, while instead your browsing data will
continue to remain available to website managers and connectivity providers.
Delete cookies directly
There are special functions to do this in all browsers. Remember, however, that every time you connect
to the Internet, new cookies are downloaded, so the deletion should be performed periodically. If desired,
some browsers offer automated systems for periodic cookie deletion.
Cookies used by this site
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