What are cookies?
Cookies are text files that contain information packets that are stored on your computer or mobile device every time you visit an online site through a browser. At each subsequent visit, the browser sends these cookies to the website that originated them or to another site. Cookies allow sites to remember some information to allow you to browse online quickly and easily. There are two main types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are automatically deleted from your computer when you close your browser, while persistent cookies remain stored on your computer unless they are deleted or reach their expiration date.
Cookies on our site
The data controller uses the following cookies on the site, with the related purposes: Session cookies – Session cookies store and retrieve values for a particular user. The information is stored on the server side and only the unique ID contained in the cookie is shared between the user and the server. The information stored on the server remains in memory until the session expires. The cookie itself does not contain any personal data. Performance cookies – Performance cookies collect anonymous information about the use made of the Site and allow us to improve its functioning. For example, they show us which pages are most frequently visited, allow us to check which are the recurring patterns of use of the Site, help us understand any difficulties you encounter during use. Analytics cookies – Analytics cookies are similar to technical cookies and are used to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site; In addition, the site uses functional cookies, which allow the user to navigate according to a series of selected criteria (for example, the language, the products selected for purchase) in order to improve the service provided.
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How to disable cookies
If you want to block cookies, we remind you that this could have a negative impact on the usability of some websites. Most browsers allow you to refuse / accept cookies. Below is some practical information to disable cookies on the browser you are using.
Internet Explorer 9
Open the Internet explorer window. Click on “Tools”. Go to “Security” and then click “Clear history”. Check the box “cookies” and then click on “delete”. Click “Security” on the bar. Select “Clear History”. Select the option for cookie and then click on “delete”.
Internet Explorer 8
Alternatively, the new Internet Explorer 8 InPrivate browsing function allows the user to browse the web without leaving traces from the sites visited (including cookies). To use InPrivate mode: Click “Security” on the bar. Select “InPrivate Browsing”. Quit Internet Explorer 7, and close all Windows Explorer windows. Click on “Start”, “Run”, and enter inetcpl.cpl, and then click on “OK”. On the “General” tab, click “Delete” under “Browsing history” in the “Internet Properties” box. In the “Delete browsing history” box, click on “Delete Cookies”. In the “Delete Cookies” box click “yes”.
Internet Explorer 7.x
EQuit Internet Explorer 7, and close all Windows Explorer windows. Click on “Start”, “Run”, and enter inetcpl.cpl, and then click on “OK”. On the “General” tab, click “Delete” under “Browsing history” in the “Internet Properties” box. In the “Delete browsing history” box, click on “Delete Cookies”. In the “Delete Cookies” box click “yes”.
Internet Explorer (all other versions)
Internet Explorer saves cookies in several places depending on the browser version and the Microsoft Windows system used. The best way to find and delete cookies is to close Internet Explorer and use the explorer tool (for example Windows Explorer) and look for a folder called “cookies”.
Google Chrome Click on the “settings” icon at the top right of the menu. Select “Settings”. At the bottom of the page, click Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click on Content settings. To disable cookies, select Block sites from setting data (alternatively you can remove all cookies created in a specific time interval by selecting it from the drop-down list). Select “Clear browsing data” to clear all traces of the sites you have visited. Select “Clear download history” to clear the archive of files and programs you have downloaded. Select “Empty the cache” to delete the pages of the sites inserted in the cache memory. You can also delete the saved passwords (those you use to access the sites) and the data saved to fill out forms (for example name and surname). Then click on the “Clear browsing data” button. Click on the “Close” button.
At the top of the Firefox window click on the Firefox button and select “Options” then go to the “Privacy” panel. In the “Cookies” panel, click on “show Cookies”. To remove a single cookie click on the single item in the list and then click on the remove cookie button. To remove all cookies click on the Remove all cookies button. From the drop-down menu click on the sub-item “Preferences”. Select the “Security” tab. Click on the “Show cookies” button. Select the cookies you want to remove from the list. Click on the “Delete” button.
Safari 1.0 (MacOS X)
From the drop-down menu click on the sub-item “Preferences”. Select the “Security” tab. Click on the “Show cookies” button. Select the cookies you want to remove from the list. Click on the “Delete” button.