As you browse the internet, certain information is stored by websites to provide you with a correct and safe browsing experience, such as: IP addresses, MAC address, domain names of users’ computers and all those technical information implicit in the use of Internet communication protocols.
What are cookies?
The legal basis for the management of cookies is the general measure of the Data Protection Authority regarding cookies of 8 May 2014. Cookies are small text files sent by the site to the user’s device (usually the browser). They are stored in order to be transferred back to the site the next time the same user visits. While navigating on a website, cookies may also be sent to the user’s device from other websites or web servers (so-called “third parties”): on the website visited, there may be some elements (such as images, maps, sounds, specific links to pages on other domains) located on other websites or web servers. Cookies can be used for various purposes, such as performing computer authentication, storing information related to configurations of machines accessing the server, storing preferred websites, etc. The following are the types of cookies we use.
“Analysis cookies”, directly used by the site operator to collect information regarding the number and behaviour of the users of this very website,
Cookies for navigation or session cookies (for authentication, making a purchase, etc.),
Functional cookies: these cookies allow users to navigate based on a series of selected functions (such as language settings, the goods selected for purchase) with the purpose of improving the comfort and performance of the website. For cookies oriented to the creation of user profiles for the creation of advertising messages, prior consent of the user is required and is done in accordance with their preferences, which can be identified from the navigation.
Analytical cookies are used to collect aggregate information about the number of visitors and visitor behaviour at a statistical level. These cookies do not collect information about the user’s identity or personal data: these cookies are comparable to technical cookies because the fourth component of the IP address is masked. The information is processed in aggregated and anonymised form.
Are created by other websites. These websites own some of the content, such as advertisements or images, that you see on the website you visit. No specific control can be exercised over these cookies by the data controller. To obtain information about these cookies, their characteristics and their modes of operation, contact the relevant third-party providers directly. The use of third-party cookies can usually be prevented by the appropriate setting (in the browser).
This site does not use profiling cookies.
This website only uses technical cookies and analytical cookies.
As for analytical cookies: the data controller has partially anonymised the user’s IP address. This limits the information that Matomo Analytics can access.
How can cookies be deactivated?