HOW WE USE COOKIES

1. Information on cookie1.1. About Cookies
The websites make use of techniques useful and intelligent to increase the ease of use and make sites more attractive for each visitor. One of the most known involves the use of cookies. Cookies can be used by website owners or third parties, such as advertisers, communicating through the Web site visitato.I Cookies are small text files that the Website stores users' computers. The information in the cookie can also be used to keep track of the exploration carried out in several Web sites that use the same cookie.
Cookies are classified according to the duration and the site that they have set.

We believe it is essential to provide users with information about cookies that our website uses and purpose for which they are used. The aim is threefold: to ensure your privacy, ensuring ease of use and optimize the development of our website. The explanation below shows in more detail the cookies used on our website and related purposes.

2. Use of cookies on our part
We use cookies to collect statistical data about visitors and to record information about your preferences when browsing websites. Our purpose in using cookies is to improve the experience offered by our site visitors.

3. Cookies and related functionality
Depending on the individual objectives, using different cookie.
The following is a list of the most common types of cookies and the purposes for which they are used.

3.1. Session cookies
Session cookies are stored temporarily in the computer's memory when you are browsing a site, for example, to keep track of chosen language. Session cookies remain stored in the computer for a short period of time. They are in fact deleted when the user closes the Web browser.

3.2. Persistent cookies or tracers
Persistent cookies save a file on the computer for a long period of time. This type of cookie has an expiration date. Persistent cookies enable Web sites to remember information and settings for subsequent visits of users, making browsing more convenient and quick, because, for example, no longer have to be logged.

The expiration date, the cookie is automatically deleted when you make your first access to the Web site that created it.

3.3. First party cookie
These cookies are set by the websites themselves (with domain the same as shown in the address bar of the browser) and can be read only by those sites. They are commonly used to store information such as preferences, to be used to return to the site.

3.4. Third Party Cookies
These cookies are set from domains other than that indicated in the address bar of the browser, or by organizations that do not match the Web site owners.

The cookies used, for example, to collect information for advertising purposes and customization of content, as well as to process web statistics, may be "third-party cookie".

The third-party cookies allow you to get the most comprehensive surveys of browsing habits of users and are believed to be more sensitive in terms of integrity. For this reason, most Web browsers allow you to change the settings so that the cookies are not accepted.

3.5. Flash cookies
Flash cookies (Local Shared Objects) are data that can be stored on your computer by Web sites that use Adobe Flash.

These cookies offer a new way to keep track of the movements and store a wealth of information about the user significantly higher than the normal cookies. One major disadvantage of Flash cookies is impossible to identify them within the browser. They are not in fact in the list that appears when you consult cookies currently in the Web browser. The normal HTTP cookies are not able to store more than 4 kilobytes of data, while the Flash cookies can save up to 100 kilobytes.

Technological design of Flash cookies are similar to cookies. Nearly all Web browsers have a Flash player that is used to display the Flash presentations. A famous example is the introduction Flash player video site YouTube. (Flash cookies are not only associated with YouTube, but are valid for all Web sites that use Flash cookies).

For cookies of Flash there is no time limit. Then they remain stored until you proceed to eliminate them.

3.5.1 Purpose of Flash cookies
We use Flash cookies to collect statistical data.

3.5.2 How to disable Flash cookies
Flash cookies can not be blocked or managed in the browser, as they are stored in another location, or in the Global Storage Settings panel in this online resource management settings Adobe.

A Settings Manager is accessed from the Adobe website, but runs locally on your computer. In the Website Storage Settings display all Flash cookies currently stored on your computer. These cookies can be removed by individual sites or all at once. You can also increase or decrease the size in kilobytes of all information stored on the computer.

To prevent cookies from being stored in Flash, just go to the Global Storage Settings and disable the option "Allow third-party Flash content to store data on your computer."

To disable cookies Flash site to site, you need to access the Settings Manager.

If cookies are disabled Flash, we can no longer guarantee the proper execution of all the functions of our website.

4. List of cookies set by us


Cookie Name Purpose Expiration Date
Google Analytics
__utma This cookie uniquely identifies visitors two years after setting / update
__utmb In some of our sites and in certain web pages use Google Analytics to collect data for statistical purposes. This cookie determines the session of visitor. 30 minutes after the visit
__utmc In some of our sites and in certain web pages we use Google Analytics to collect data for statistical purposes. This cookie determines the session of visitor. After the visit
__utmz This cookie keeps track of the traffic origins and exploration. 6 months after setting / update
__utmt indicates the type of request, which can be: event, transaction, item, or custom variable. If this value is not present in the GIF request, the request is typed as page. 10 minutes after setting / update
displayCookieConsent When a user accepts the view of the site.

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