The cookie is a small text file (a few bytes) exchanged between a site and its browser. It is normally used by the site operator to store the information necessary to improve navigation within the site.
We want you to be well informed about how we use these technologies, so in this section we will explain how they work and what options you have regarding their use.
The types of cookies that are used on this site are the following ones:
From the first access cookies allow the site to work properly and allow you to view the contents on your device, recognizing the language and the market of the country from which you chose to connect. If you are a registered user, they will allow you to recognize yourself and access the services offered in the dedicated areas. Navigation cookies are technical cookies and are necessary for the operation of the site.
This type of cookie allows the site to recognize you every time you access to it. They allow to offer a better and personalized service. For example remember that: the user no longer wants to view the popup capture email; if you have left a comment on the blog or an article; the vote for an article.
Functional cookies are not essential to the operation of the site, but improve the quality and the browsing experience.
These cookies are used by Google Analytics and the engine of internal research and are used to: collect data in anonymous and aggregate form; to elaborate statistical analysis on how users navigate on the site through computers, on the number of pages visited; process the number of clicks made on a page while browsing the site, as well as reports on demographic data (such as gender, age and interests).
They are used to collect data on how visitors (not just those who are registered) use the site and therefore allow us to improve its appearance and navigation.
These cookies are necessary to allow your social account to interact with our site.
They serve, for example, to let you express your appreciation and to share it with your social friends. Social network cookies are not necessary for navigation.
- Google +
Cookies for display advertising
We sometimes use independent advertising companies for advertising on our site.
These companies can recognize or enter a specific cookie in your computer or mobile device. These cookies (c.d. third-party cookies) are used to send you the most relevant and most relevant ads for you. They are also used to limit the frequency with which an announcement is proposed, as well as to help measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. They memorize that you have visited a site and this information is shared with other organizations, such as advertising companies.
Google Analytics features implemented based on display advertising (e.g. remarketing, Google Display Network impressions reports, DoubleClick Campaign Manager integration, or reports on demographics and Google Analytics interests and even those provided by third parties).
Using the Ads Settings, visitors can disable Google Analytics for display advertising and customize ads for the Google Display Network.
Google cookies and third parties for marketing/retargeting
These cookies are used by third-party providers that allow you to display banner ads on other affiliated sites, showing you the latest products you’ve viewed on the site. To carry out this activity of promotion, we use both proprietary cookies (like the Google Analytics cookie) and third-party cookies.
The “third party” cookies fall under the direct and exclusive responsibility of the relative.
How to choose and manage cookies
Moreover, most browsers offer the possibility to manage cookies in order to respect user preferences.
We indicate below the pages on which you can deepen the issue for the most common browsers:
- Internet Explorer
To disable third-party cookies, you can also visit
or Your Online Choices at http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/.
In order not to receive interest-based ads linked to an advertising identifier on a mobile or tablet device, we encourage you to configure the corresponding setting on your device (usually included in the “privacy” or “advertising” settings of your device).
You will continue to see advertisements on your device, but they will not be tailored to your interests.
To disable the use of mobile device ID for targeted advertising, you can also visit http://www.aboutads.info/appchoices.