A cookie is a short text sent to your browser by a website you visit. It allows the site to store information about your visit, such as your preferred language and other settings. This may facilitate your next visit and increase the usefulness of the site for you. Cookies play an important role. Without them, using the Web would be a much more frustrating experience. Cookies are used for various purposes. We use them, for example, to count the number of visitors we receive on a page, to help you contact us and in general to try to provide an ever better service. Below is a brief explanation of what types of cookies can be used.
This type of cookie allows the correct functioning of some sections of the Site. They are of two categories: persistent and session:
- persistent: once the browser is closed they are not destroyed but remain until a prefixed expiration date
- of sessions: they are destroyed every time the browser is closed
They will therefore always be used and sent, unless the user changes the settings in their browser (see paragraph below) to the detriment of the functionality of the site itself.
Cookies in this category are used to collect information about your use of the site. This information allows anonymous statistical analysis.
Third Party Services Analysis Cookies
These cookies are used to collect anonymous information about users' use of the Site such as: pages visited, length of stay, traffic origin, geographic origin, age, gender and interest for marketing campaigns. These cookies are sent from third party domains outside the Site.
Cookies to integrate third party software products and functions
This type of cookie integrates features developed by third parties within the pages of the Site, such as icons and preferences expressed in social networks in order to share site content or for the use of third party software services (such as software to generate maps and additional software that offer additional services). These cookies are sent from third party domains and from partner sites that offer their functionality between the pages of the Site.
|_ga||analytics||2 years||Collect aggregated information on navigation by users to optimize the navigation experience and services themselves.|
|_gid||analytics||24 hours||Collect aggregated information on navigation by users to optimize the navigation experience and services themselves.|
|_gat_gtag_UA_1953737_62||analytics||session||Collect aggregated information on navigation by users to optimize the navigation experience and services themselves.|
|GPS||technical/third party||30 minutes||Used by the Youtube platform. Please refer to the page on the data processing of the platform.|
|PREF||technical/third party||2 years||Used by the Youtube platform. Please refer to the page on the data processing of the platform.|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||technical/third party||179days||Used by the Youtube platform. Please refer to the page on the data processing of the platform.|
|YSC||technical/third party||session||Used by the Youtube platform. Please refer to the page on the data processing of the platform.|
MANAGEMENT OF COOKIES IN THE BROWSER
Some people prefer not to enable cookies and for this reason almost all browsers offer the possibility to manage them in a way that respects the preferences of users. In some browsers you can set rules to manage cookies site by site, which gives you more precise control over your privacy.
This means that you can disable cookies from all sites, except those you trust.
Below we indicate the pages on which to deepen the issue specific to the most popular browsers:
All major modern browsers have a "private" browsing mode that allows you to browse sites without recording history. Usually at the end of these modes all set cookies are destroyed.
Cookies exclusions systems
In general, you can object to the processing of personal data by major advertising providers using the following site
and following the instructions contained therein.
The following is the one provided by Google to block cookies linked to Google Analytics
From the following page you can block the cookies set by the addThis sharing system (the block is done by setting a cookie):
If you delete cookies in the future, you must again exercise your right to object. You must again exercise your right of objection even if you use a different browser.