Cookies are short text files of data that are stored through the browser of your end device (computer, laptop, tablet, or mobile phone) when you visit different sites on the Internet. The primary purpose of cookies is to make the user recognizable when he/she returns to the Website. Some cookies also have a more specific purpose, such as keeping track of user’s movements within site, storing user behaviour and improving the user experience while on the site. You can find more information on how cookies work online.
What are cookies used for?
The information obtained from cookies is regularly used in a brief form to analyze the user behaviour on the Website, which allows us to improve the functionality of the site, as well as User Paths and available content.
What cookies do we use on this Website?
These cookies (also called in-memory or non-persistent cookies) makes it easier for the user to move within Website, as they store data temporarily, only during the session of the browser. Usually, the information that is stored through them is what goods or services you have added to the cart, which pages of the site you have visited and how you got to specific information. Session cookies do not collect information from your end device, and Web browsers usually remove them when the user closes the browser.
Also known as stored or permanent cookies, they allow us to store specific data about browsing, such as analyzing site visits, how you’ve reached the Website, what pages you’ve viewed, what options you chose, etc. Tracking this information allows us to make improvements to the Website, including correcting errors and developing the content. The shelf life of this sort of cookies varies according to their specific purpose.
Our Website contains links to other sites or embedded content from other Websites, such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and partners’ ones. When you visit these sites or open their content, cookies from these sites might be stored on your end device. The so-called third-party cookies belong to a domain different from the one shown in the address bar, and we have no control over the generation and management of them. We, therefore, advise you to seek information about them and how they are managed on the websites of the relevant third parties.
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The settings of your browser control the management, disabling or blocking of cookies. Please note that the full restriction will affect the functionality of this and many other websites that you visit. Disabling cookies will sometimes result in also blocking specific functionality and features of this site.