This website – like the vast majority of pages, tools and applications on the Internet- uses its own and third-party cookies for various purposes:
- Gather information about browsing habits and patterns
- Show content and relevant advertising
- Improve the user experience
- Optimize page performance
If you continue browsing this website, we consider that you grant your consent for the installation and use of both our own and third party cookies.
If you leave a comment on this site you can choose to save your name, email address and web in cookies. This is for your convenience, so you do not have to re-fill your data when you leave another comment. These cookies will last one year.
If you have an account and you connect to this site, we will install a temporary cookie to determine if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie does not contain personal data and is deleted when the browser is closed.
When you log in, we will also install several cookies to store your login information and your screen viewing options. The cookies last two days, and the screen options cookies last one year. If you select “Remember me”, your login will last for two weeks. When you leave your account, the sign-in cookies will be deleted.
If you edit or publish an article, an additional cookie will be saved in your browser. This cookie does not include personal data and simply indicates the ID of the article that you just edited. Expires after 1 day.
What are cookies?
Their functions can vary, including collecting statistical information about habits and browsing patterns (for example, which articles are the most read or how long users stay on the site), allowing certain technical features or remembering the options you have chosen to avoid to show you the same warnings again and again.
In some cases, cookies can be used to recognize the user with the aim of showing him particularly relevant or personalized content.
What type of cookies uses this web site?
Session cookies are absolutely necessary for the proper functioning of this page, and can be treated by us or by third parties.
They serve to manage your browsing session uninterrupted, and without these cookies many of the available services could not work optimally or directly would not be operational.
As its name suggests, session cookies are automatically deleted when you close the browser (as long as your browser is configured to delete cookies after each session!)
An example session cookie is precisely the notice of cookies that appear at the bottom of this page: once accepted, it should not appear again in the same browsing session, but you will see it again if you access another day.
Functional or Advertising Cookies:
These cookies allow you to remember the choices made by a user on a web page (for example, access a certain section or click on a specific announcement) and aim to improve your browsing experience.
Based on the information collected by functional or advertising cookies (treated by us or by third parties with whom we have collaboration agreements) we can offer you more personalized features that otherwise would not be possible.
Technical cookies treat generic and anonymous information; they do not collect personal data or information that identifies users individually.
This type of cookies only remember very specific information (such as the page from which the user comes or the time of permanence) and its objective is to guarantee the operation of the page and above all to analyze its performance.
An example of Technical Cookies are those used by Google Analytics.
Google Analytics is the measurement and analysis tool that helps us understand how our visitors interact with our content. This tool can use a set of cookies to collect information and provide statistics on the use of this website WITHOUT personally identifying visitors.
You can access more information about Google Analytics cookies here.
How can I delete cookies and configure preferences?
At any time you can block or delete the cookies installed on your computer by modifying the settings of your Internet browser.
Through the following links you can find information to modify the way in which your particular browser deals with cookies: