1. Definitions and characteristics of cookies
Cookies are small text files that can be used by websites to make the browsing experience more efficient for the user.
Cookies involve storing and transmitting information from your first visit and then transmitting updated information again during your subsequent visits in order to optimize the browsing experience by remembering actions and preferences (such as the language chosen, display settings, any login data, etc.) so that you do not have to set them during subsequent visits.
There are types of cookies that, depending on their characteristics and functions, may remain on your device for a predetermined period of time (which can last for years) - these are called persistent cookies. There are also other types of cookies that are automatically deleted when you close your browser, known as session cookies.
This technology therefore involve processing your personal data, and is therefore subject to mandatory legislation on the matter.
2. Type of Cookies used in this site
These cookies are of a technical nature and allow the site to function correctly. This category includes cookies that are essential for the proper functioning of the website and functional cookies that allow the user to enhance the browsing experience based on their choices (such as the choice of language, etc.).
We also use technical cookies to track users, in accordance with applicable law on user consent to receive profiling and analytics cookies from third parties.
The use of permanent technical cookies or session cookies (which are not stored for any length of time on the user's computer, and are eliminated on closing the browser) is strictly limited to technically providing the service requested by the user and transmitting the session identification data (formed of random numbers generated by the server) necessary to allow you to explore the site securely and efficiently.
The technical cookies used by the site allow us to avoid using other IT techniques that could affect the confidentiality of user navigation.
These cookies help us to understand, through anonymous, aggregated data, how users interact with our website by providing information about the pages visited, the time spent on the site, the type of platform used, the number of clicks on a particular page, any malfunctions, etc.
Statistical cookies help website owners understand how visitors interact with websites by collecting and transmitting information anonymously.
We use Google Analytics to anonymously collect and analyse information about website usage patterns for statistical purposes, without collecting any personally identifiable information about you. The way we use these cookies is fully comparable to technical cookies, so the explicit consent of the person concerned is not required.
We do not use third party profiling cookies to record and report on your actions on the site in order to measure the effectiveness of an advertisement and present targeted advertisements to you.
3. List of Cookies used in this website
First party Technical Cookies
FIRST PARTY TECHNICAL COOKIES
First party technical cookies are instrumental and essential to the proper functioning of the website.
In line with European cookie law, we use a technical cookie to track your consent to the use of third party cookies and profiling.
At the end of the navigation session
THIRD PARTY ANALYTICAL COOKIES.
Google Analytics is an analysis tool from Google that helps website and owners understand how visitors interact with the content of the website (visited pages, navigation time, etc.) by providing useful statistics to optimize and improve browsing the web site without identifying the navigator
The use of this cookie is used for the sole purpose of collecting aggregated and anonymous information about the number of users and how they visit the site.
We use this cookie anonymously, anonymising your IP address and not cross-referencing this information with third parties.
_utma - 2 years
_utmt - 10 minutes
_utmb - 30 minutes
_utmc - until the end of the session
_utmz - 6 months
_utmv - 2 years
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
Facebook Connect allows users already registered on Facebook to authenticate themselves on the site without requiring them to re-enter login credentials entered during registration.
tr - At the end of the session
fr - 3 months
c_user – 3 months
datr – 2 years
fr – 3 months
sb – 3 months
sb – 2 years
xs- 3 months
4. How can I disable cookies?
For more information about cookies and to manage your preferences about third-party profiling cookies, please visit http://www.youronlinechoices.com
Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can choose to refuse them or limit their use.
By disabling cookies, you may find problems when navigating the website or limitations using all the services on the site (such as bookings, etc.). To remove cookies, we invite you to follow the instructions in the pages dedicated to the various browsers:
- If you are using Internet Explorer
In Internet Explorer, click on “Tools” then “Internet Options”. On the Privacy tab, move the slider up to block all cookies or down to allow all cookies, and then click OK.
- If you are using Firefox
Go to the “Tools” menu of your browser and select the “Options” menu Click on the “Privacy” tab, clear the “Accept cookies” box and click OK.
- If you are using Safari
From the Safari Browser select the “Edit” menu and select “Preferences”. Click on “Privacy”. Switch “Block cookies” to “always[A1] ” and click OK.
- If you are using Google Chrome
Click on the Chrome menu in your browser toolbar. Select “Settings”. Click “Show Advanced Settings”. In the “Privacy” section, click “Content Settings”. In the “Cookies” section, select “Do not allow sites to store data” and check [A2] “Blocking cookies and third party site data”, and then click OK. If you are using any other browser, look in your browser's Settings for how to manage cookies.
5. Updating and Revision
Si segnala che il termine “sempre” è stato inteso come un comando seppure la posizione delle virgolette fosse anomala (si chiudevano dopo il termine ma non si aprivano).
Si segnala che “di controllo” è stato eliminato in fase traduttiva in quanto la frase sembrava incompleta.