This document explains how we use cookies on our website.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small data file sent from a website to the visitor and then sent back to the reading by the server. Some of the cookies we use are session cookies and remain active only until you close your browser, others are persistent and are stored on your computer for longer periods.
What are cookies?
Cookies are primarily used to track user navigation within the website, to identify users who return to the website, to remember information such as preferences and choice of language. We use cookies to better understand the mode of interaction with our website and to improve the user experience using the same.
Cookies are all equal?
No, there are several types of cookies, which are used depending on the requirement. Cookies are distinguished by function, time and origin.
Types of cookies used by
Technical cookies: allow the user to navigate within the site and to use the various features and services offered by improving the browsing experience, for example by creating an account, remembering the choice of language, navigating the site with the chosen options from ‘ user, etc. Cookies technicians are essential if the website is working properly.
Analytical cookies: to better understand how our users use the website. Among the data that we get are web pages visited, pages of output and input, the type of browser and operating system used, information about the date and time data as the number of clicks the mouse on a particular page, and so on. This information is anonymous and used solely for statistical purposes.
Third-party cookies: Some Web pages you may install third-party cookies are used to manage and improve the services offered. For example, the statistical services of Google Analytics (for more information on cookie policy of Google Analytics click here).
How long they remain active cookies? uses cookies of varying duration. The maximum duration, which affects only some of our cookies, is 360 days. All cookies can be deleted from the browser on the user’s request, at any time.
How do I recognize the cookie
You can find cookies between the settings of your browser.
Who has access to data derived from cookies can only access data that are derived from the cookies, data is completely anonymous and will be kept strictly confidential. They may occasionally be used by third party service providers for statistical analysis that will keep strictly anonymous and will handle it in full compliance with the security measures required by the Privacy Act.
How can I change the cookie preferences?
In the settings of any browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome etc …) you can determine which cookies you want to receive and which not. To find out where you can find these settings, use the “Help” button of your browser. Some cookies, if rejected, could prevent the proper operation of our website.