What are cookies
Cookies are strings of texts (small files) that sites visited by a user send to the user’s terminal (PC, tablet, Smartphone, etc.), where they are stored and re-sent to the same sites the next time the same user visits.
Types and purposes of cookies
The following types of cookies are used on this website:
1. Technical cookies: they provide the user with the best, quickest way to browse the website and with the most efficient use of services and/or the various options on offer, to enable him/her to make a purchase or log in to access reserved areas. These cookies are required to improve the website availability. However, you can also disable them.
2. Analysis cookies: these are anonymous, aggregated web analysis tools which provide us with information on how users use our website, how they came to the website, the number and duration of their visits, etc. These cookies allow us to improve our website, facilitate user access and process statistics. These cookies are not required to improve the website availability, therefore you can also disable them.
3. Profiling cookies: these are tools which enable us to create a detailed profile of each individual consumer, so we can send targeted advertising material. More specifically, each time the user accesses our website, we collect information by studying the user’s behaviour on individual pages, habits, tastes, favourite products, etc. This then enables our company to catalogue the user and show/send him/her customised advertising. These cookies are not required to browse the website and, therefore, you can also disable them.
4. Third party cookies: these cookies are installed on the user’s terminal by third party website operators via this website. Third party cookies are mainly used for analysis purposes and the majority use Google Analytics. For further information on Google Analytics click on the following link: www.google.it/intl/it/analytics. To disable cookies and prevent Google Analytics from collecting browser data, you can download the additional browser component to disable Google Analytics by clicking on the following link: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Practical instructions for you to correctly set your browser
Google Chrome: click on the icon “Personalise and control Google Chrome” in the top right-hand corner, then select the menu item “Settings”. In the screen that opens, select the menu item “Show advanced settings” and then “Privacy”. Click on the button “Content settings” where you can block all or some of the cookies.
Microsoft Internet Explorer: click on the icon “Tools” in the top right-hand corner, then select the menu item “Internet options”. In the screen that opens, select the menu item “Privacy” where you can block all or some of the cookies.
Mozilla Firefox: click on the dropdown menu in the top left-hand corner, and select the menu item “Options”. In the screen that opens, select the menu item “Privacy” where you can block all or some of the cookies.
Draft date of this document: 27/10/2016