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What is a cookie
A cookie is a short text sent to your browser by a website visited. It allows the website to store information about your visit, such as your preferred language and other settings. This can make your next visit easier and increase the website's usefulness to you. Cookies play an important role. Without them, using the web would be a much more frustrating experience.
How we use them
The cookies we use are exclusively those of a technical nature, whose purpose is:
• to facilitate users' access to the services offered by the site;
• to facilitate navigation within the same.
To use this type of cookie, it is not necessary to request any consent as these devices have the sole purpose of making it easier to consult the website or to respond to the user's needs or to provide the website manager with information which will be use anonymously.
Technical and aggregate statistics cookies
Other types of cookies or third-party tools that could install them
Some of the services listed below collect statistics in aggregate and anonymous form and may not require the consent of the User or could be managed directly by the data controller - depending on how described - without the help of third parties.
If any of the tools indicated below contain services managed by third parties, these may - in addition to that which is set out below and without the knowledge of the data controller - perform User tracking activities. For detailed information on this, we recommend that you consult the privacy policies of the services listed.
The services contained in this section allow the Data Controller to monitor and analyse traffic data and are used to keep track of the User's behaviour.
Google Analytics with anonymized IP (Google Ireland Limited)
Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google Ireland Limited ("Google"). Google uses the Personal Data collected in order to track and examine the use of this Application, compile reports and share them with other services developed by Google.
Google may use your Personal Data to contextualise and customise the ads on its advertising network.
This integration of Google Analytics makes your IP address anonymous. Anonymization works by shortening the IP address of the Users within the borders of the member states of the European Union or in other countries participating in the European Economic Area Agreement. Only in exceptional cases will the IP address be sent to Google's servers and shortened within the United States.Personal Data collected: Cookies and Usage Information.
Management of cookies in the browser
Some people prefer not to enable cookies and for this reason, almost all browsers provide facilities to manage them in order to respect users' preferences.
In some browsers, you may set rules to manage cookies on a website by website basis, an option that gives you more accurate control over your privacy. This means that you can disable cookies on all websites, except those you trust.
Here are some reference links to understand the process of disabling cookies in the most used browsers:
However, by completely disabling cookies in the browser, the user may no longer be able to use all the interactive features of this website.