Cookies are made up of code portions (computer files or partial data) sent by a server to the user's Internet browser, from that browser stored automatically to the user's computer and automatically returned to the server at any occurrence or subsequent access to the site. Usually a cookie contains the name of the website from which the cookie itself comes, the lifetime of the cookie (that is, how long it will remain on the user's device) and a value, which is usually a randomly generated unique number. At each subsequent visit, cookies are returned to the website that originated them (first-party cookies) or to another site that recognizes them (third-party cookies). Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognize the user's device and have different purposes, such as allowing you to navigate efficiently between pages, remember favorite sites, and generally improve your navigation experience. They also help ensure that online content ads are more targeted to a user and their interests.
If you decide to disable cookies, this may affect and / or limit your browsing experience within the site, for example, may not be able to visit certain sections or may not receive personal information when you visit it.
The mode of operation, as well as options for limiting or blocking cookies, can be adjusted by changing the settings of your Internet browser. Most Internet browsers are initially set to accept cookies automatically, but you can change these settings to block cookies or to be alerted whenever cookies are sent to your device. There are several ways to handle cookies, so please refer to your browser's browser screen to see how to adjust or change its settings. In fact, the user is enabled to change the default configuration and disable cookies (ie lock them permanently) by setting the highest protection level.
Here's how to handle cookies from the following browsers:
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/block-enable-or-allow-cookies
If you use different devices to view and access the site (for example, computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.), make sure that each browser on each device is set to reflect your cookie preferences. To delete cookies from your smartphone / tablet Internet browser, refer to the device's user manual.
Technical cookies are essential for proper site operation and allow users to browse the site and exploit its features (for example, allow you to store previous actions or save your user session and / or perform other activities closely Necessary for site operation).
This category also includes analytics cookies that help you understand how users interact with the site by providing information about the last visited page, the number of sections and pages visited, the time elapsed on the site and each issue emerged during the Navigation, such as an error message, and help you understand every difficulty that the user encounter in using the site. This information may be associated with user details such as IP address, domain, or browser; However, they are analyzed along with other users' information so they do not identify a particular user over the other. These cookies are collected and aggregated in an anonymous form and allow the site manager to improve site usability.
The site uses or can use, even in combination, cookies:
Sessions that are stored on the user's computer for mere technical-functional requirements for the transmission of session identifiers needed to allow safe and efficient site browsing; They are deleted at the end of the "session" (hence the name) with the browser closing; Persistent files that are stored on your computer's hard disk until they expire or are deleted by users. Through persistent cookies, users who access sites (or other users who use the same computer) are automatically recognized at each visit.
Third party cookies
The table below shows the third party cookies on the site. The latter fall under the direct and exclusive responsibility of the third-party manager and are subdivided into the following macro-categories:
Analysts: These are the cookies used to collect and analyze statistical information about visits / visits to the website. In some cases, associated with other information such as credentials for access to restricted areas (your e-mail address and password) can be used to profile the user (personal habits, visited sites, downloaded content, types Of interactions, etc.).
Widgets: This category includes all those graphical components of a program's user interface, which is intended to facilitate the user's interaction with the program itself (for example, widgets are Facebook, Google+, Twitter cookies).
Advertising: This category includes cookies used to deliver advertising services within a site.