A cookie is a small text file (containing letters and numbers) that a website stores (as long as you agree with it) on your browser or the hard drive of your computer, mobile phone or any other device with Internet access, containing information regarding your browsing experience. Cookies are, therefore, used to ease the website navigation, in order to make it easier, and they do not damage in any way your device..
Our cookies have the following purposes:
- Analytics/Performance Cookies: we use these cookies to analyse the way how users use the website, and to monitorize its performance, through several metrics. This allows us to provide you an high quality experience, personalizing our offer and quickly identifying and correcting any problems that may arise. E.g. We use performance cookies to know which pages are the most popular, the most effective linkage method between pages, or even to determine the reason why some pages receive error messages. Based on the website browsing, we may also use these cookies to highlight some articles and/or services that we think may be of utmost interest to our users. These cookies are used only for statistical purposes (creation and analysis), without ever fetching any kind of personal information.
- Permanent Cookies: these cookies get stored at your Internet browser level, on your access devices (computer, mobile and tablet), and are used each time the user makes a new visit to the website. Usually, they are used to direct its navigation towards the user’s interests, allowing us to give you a custom service.
- Session Cookies: these are temporary, they get stored on your Internet browser until you leave the website. The information we get allows us to identify any existing problems, so we can provide a better user experience.
Yes, cookies may be deactivated on your browser. However, when deactivating cookies, you may cause some web services to function properly, which may affect, partial or totally, the website navigation.
If you wish to block or delete this website’s cookies, you can do it by modifying your browser’s configuration. Although the parameterization of each browser may be different, it is common rule that such configuration is set up at the “Preferences”, “Definitions” or “Tools”. For more details regarding cookies configuration, check the “Help” menu, on your browser.