COOKIE POLICY


What’re cookie?

An HTTP cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on the user’s computer by the user’s web browser while the user is browsing. Cookies were designed to be a reliable mechanism for websites to remember stateful information (such as items added in the shopping cart in an online store) or to record the user’s browsing activity (including clicking particular buttons, logging in, or recording which pages were visited in the past). They can also be used to remember arbitrary pieces of information that the user previously entered into form fields such as names, addresses, passwords, and credit card numbers. Other kinds of cookies perform essential functions in the modern web. Perhaps most importantly, authentication cookies are the most common method used by web servers to know whether the user is logged in or not, and which account they are logged in with. Without such a mechanism, the site would not know whether to send a page containing sensitive information, or require the user to authenticate themselves by logging in. The security of an authentication cookie generally depends on the security of the issuing website and the user’s web browser, and on whether the cookie data is encrypted.

THIS SITE AND CONNECTED DNS USE COOKIE:

Navigation Cookie 

These cookies are essential to browse the site and use its functionality. Without cookies it’s possible that some functions are not accessible or not functioning properly. The strictly necessary cookies are used to store an identifier that allows to recognize the user uniquely compared to other users in order to provide the user with a consistent and accurate service.

Performance cookie

These cookies can be our or our partners, session or persistent. Their use is limited to the performance and improvement of the site. These cookies don’t collect information that can identify you. All information collected by these cookies are aggregated anonymously and are only used to improve the functionality of the site.

Functional cookie 

These cookies are the result of user action, they can also be implemented in the provision of a future service, not explicitly requested but offered. They can be used to avoid offering the same user a service already offered previously. In addition, these cookies allow the site to track user choices. The information collected by these cookies is anonymous and can not be attributed to the behavior held by the user on other sites.

Thirdpartycookies for
Marketing or Retargeting

These cookies are the result of user action, but can also be implemented in the provision of a service, not explicitly requested but offered. They can be used to avoid offering the same user a service already offered previously. In addition, these cookies allow the site to track user choices. The information collected by these cookies is anonymous and can not be attributed to the behavior held by the user on other sites.

Disable cookie

The personal data protection rules allow to disable cookies already administered ( “opt-out”). The opt-out is planned for the so-called “technical cookies” (art. 122 of the Code), as well as cookies that do not fall within the “technical cookies” previously accepted ( “opt-in”) by the user.

HOW DISABLE COOKIE IN DIFFERENT BROWSERS

To block cookies may prevent the correct display of pages.

Internet Explorer

To block or allow cookies in Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 10

  1. In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button, and then select Internet options.Select the Privacy tab, and under Settings, select Advanced and choose if you want to allow, block or be prompted for first and third party cookies.

To block or allow cookies

  1. Select the Privacy tab, and under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies (or the bottom to allow all cookies), and then select OK.
  2. In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button, and then select Internet options.

Firefox

Enable and disable cookies that websites use to track your preferences in Firefox

To check or change your settings:

  1. Click the menu button   and choose Options.
  2. Select the Privacy panel.
  3. Set Firefox will: to Use custom settings for history.
  4. Check mark Accept cookies from sites to enable cookies, and uncheck it to disable them.
  5. If you are troubleshooting problems with cookies, make sure Accept third party cookiesis also not set to Never. For more information, see Disable third-party cookies in Firefox to stop some types of tracking by advertisers.
  6. Choose how long cookies are allowed to be stored:
  7. Keep until: they expire: Each cookie will be removed when it reaches its expiration date, which is set by the site that sent the cookie.
  8. I close Firefox: The cookies that are stored on your computer will be removed when Firefox is closed.
  9. Close the about:preferences page. Any changes you’ve made will automatically be saved.

Google Chrome

Delete specific cookies or clear all cookies

You can remove first-party and third-party cookie information and data from your devices. If you remove cookies, things like saved preferences on websites might get deleted.

  1. On your computer, open Google Chrome.
  2. At the top-right, click More More and then Settings.
  3. At the bottom, click Show advanced settings.
  4. In the “Privacy” section, click Content settings.
  5. Under “Cookies”, click All cookies and site data.
    • To delete all cookies, click Remove all.
    • To delete a specific cookie, point to a site. To the right, click Close Close.
    • You can also choose to remove all cookies created during a specific time period.

Allow or don’t allow cookies

You can enable or disable cookies saved by websites.

  1. On your computer, open Google Chrome.
  2. At the top-right, click More More and then Settings.
  3. At the bottom, click Show advanced settings.
  4. In the “Privacy” section, click Content settings.
  5. Use the “Cookies” section to change your settings:
    • To allow first-party and third-party cookies, choose Allow local data to be set.
    • To block all cookies, choose Block sites from setting any data. When you use this setting, most sites that require you to sign in won’t work.
    • To allow only first-party cookies and block all third-party cookies, tick the box next to “Block third-party cookies and site data”. This setting means that site data cannot be written and read, even if you’ve added a site to the exceptions list and have chosen to allow its cookies.

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