Cookies are strings of text of small dimensions that the websites visited by the user send to their terminal (usually the browser), where they are memorized to be then sent again to the same websites visit by the same user. While browsing a website, the user can receive on his terminal cookies that are sent from different websites or web servers (“third party” cookies), on which can reside some elements (like, in example, images, maps, sounds, specific links to pages of other domains) present on the website that the user is visiting. Thanks to the cookies themselves the website remembers the actions and preferences of the user (like, in example, the login data, the selected language, the text size, other visualizations settings, etc.) so that they won’t have to be loaded again when the user comes back to visit the website or is browsing from a page to another of it. The cookies, then, are used for different purposes: execution of web authentications, sessions monitoring, memorization of specific configurations informations regarding te users of te server, etc.
The cookies can remain in the system for the duration of a session, meaning until the browser used for the web surfing is closed (“session” cookies) or for longer periods until an arranged due date and can contain an unified identificative code (“persistent” cookies).
Types of cookies used
This website uses:
- Technical cookies, which are the ones used to the sole purpose to allow the correct functioning of some sections of the site. They can be disabled by the user through their own browser settings.
- Analytic cookies, which are the ones used to collect informations in an aggregated way, on the number of users and how those visit the website itself. These informations are gathered in an anonymous way with the sole purpose to conduct statistics and/or improvements on the Site itself. To this purpose we use Google Analytics services. Further informations are available here.
How to disable the cookies through the browser
The user can select which cookies can be authorized through the specific section setting related to cookies, as well as blocking or deleting (fully or in part) the cookies through the specific functions of their own navigation program (the browser); however, in the hypothesis in which all or some cookies are disabled, it’s possible that the Site may not be visited or that some services or specific functions of the Site won’t be available or won’t be working correctly and/or the user could be forced to modify or to add manually some informations or preferences every time they’ll visit the Site.
If you are using a mobile device, it’s necessary to look into the instruction manual to discover how to manage cookies.
Regarding the cookies directly sent by the Site manager, besides using the procedure provided in this page, the user will be able to block or delete (fully or in part) the cookies also through specific functions of their own web browser (regarding the topic, please refer to the section above). The choices operated by the user regarding the Site’s cookies will be registered as well in the apposite technical cookie, having the characteristics given in the apposite cookies chart. This cookie could, however, in some circumstances, not work correctly: in these cases, the user is suggested to delete all the not desired cookies and to disable their use as well through their web browser setting.
The user’s preferences regarding the cookies will be set again in case of use of different devices or browsers to access to the Site.
Rights of the interested party
We remind you that to exercise your rights given by the Italian and European normative regarding the treatment of personal data (art. 15-22 GDPR n 679/2016), the User can contact the email firstname.lastname@example.org. At that address it’s possible to make complaints/reports regarding the cookies functionality. We remind you, furthermore, that the User has always the right to make a complaint at the Warrant Authority for the protection of personal data, to exercise their rights or to ask any other question regarding the treatment of their personal data.