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What are cookies?

Cookies are packets of information sent by a website to the visitor's Internet browser. They are automatically stored on the visitor’s computer. After that, these data are automatically sent back to the server each time the visitor accesses the site.
What are they used for?

In general, cookies are used to facilitate and speed up browsing, e.g. to store access credentials to pages requiring user authentication (only if the user checks the appropriate storage box), to play multimedia content such as video and audio, or to store a user's browsing preferences for a site.
In some cases cookies are required to perform certain site functions, and refusing them may make browsing frustrating. This is why we recommend you configure your browser to accept cookies.
The cookies described above are defined as “technical”, i.e. they are used exclusively for technical purposes, and their use does not require user consent pursuant to Article 122 paragraph 1 of Legislative Decree 196/2003.

Types of cookies

There are two types of cookie:
  • First-party cookies: these are generated and can be read only by the domain being visited.
  • Third-party cookies: these are generated and can be read by domains outside the one being visited. These cookies may be present if the site contains elements like social media share buttons, maps and videos stored on servers other than the one on which the requested page is located.

Cookies can also be:
  • Temporary: they are stored on the user’s computer during a visit and are deleted when the Internet browser is exited or the computer is turned off.
  • Persistent: they remain on the user’s computer until they are deleted manually using the Internet browser settings.

What types of cookie do we use on this site?

On we use Google Analytics and ShinyStat, two tools that allow us to monitor how users visit our site’s pages by detecting the type of device or browser they use, access time and routing URL. The data collected for this purpose are anonymous, so they cannot be traced back to an individual user, and we use the statistics obtained from the collection of these data only to offer visitors better content based on the preferences that are identified.
Users can disable acceptance of cookies, including ShinyStat and Analytics cookies, by changing the settings on their internet browser. Third-party site cookie policy:

How to disable cookies

Most web browsers accept cookies by default, but they can be disabled in the browser settings. Here are a few links to instructions to disable cookies in the most commonly used browsers: