Cookies are used on our website and in our emails to offer users a better service and experience. From now on, our trusted partners will also be able to share the information obtained and improve the user experience on their websites. This document describes the categories of cookies we use and share with our partners, their purpose and how change your preferences.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files stored by your browser on your computer’s hard drive. Each time a user returns to visit our website, the browser sends these cookies back to us in order to allow us to offer him a personalized experience, which reflects his interests and preferences and facilitates access to our services.
What cookies do we use?
The cookies we use allow us to recognize users who return to visit the site and their data, in order to avoid them having to enter the same information several times. Furthermore, they allow us to analyze the traffic patterns of users who visit our website in order to improve its usability. Here are some of the types of cookies used on our website:
It is possible that technical cookies are used to allow users to use the services requested through our website. Without these cookies, it would not be possible to provide the requested services. For example, technical cookies can be used to:
Manage and remember articles / Pages already navigated
Allow users to access secure areas of our website without having to log in all the time.
Remember any actions performed by the user (for example, completing a form) when returning to the previous page of a session.
The analytical cookies we use are those of Google analytics, in fact falling within the third-party cookies (as they are not controlled by us). They are used to monitor and obtain information on the use of our website and to notify us of any errors. Furthermore, these cookies allow you to obtain detailed technical information, such as the last page visited, the number of pages visited, if an e-mail was opened, which parts of the website are clicked by users and the time elapsed between clicks. and the other.
Third party cookies
When a user uses our website, some cookies not controlled by us may be stored. This happens, for example, if the user visits a page that contains content from a third party website. Consequently, the user will receive cookies from these third-party services. Cookies do not contain personal information, unless the user has logged in to the account. For example, third-party cookies could originate from:
YouTube or Facebook (social network)
External website link
How to change your cookie settings
Most browsers allow you to delete cookies from your computer’s hard drive, block the acceptance of cookies or receive a warning before a cookie is stored.
What happens if cookies are disabled?
However, if the user blocks or deletes a cookie, it may be impossible to restore the preferences or customized settings previously specified and our ability to customize the user experience will be limited.
How to change settings for: