What are cookies?
A cookie is a string of data that a website sends to the user’s computer, smartphone, or other devices (usually to the browser), where they are stored for retransmission to the site on the user’s next visit. The data can also be stored on the computer by means of an anonymous tag that identifies the computer only, but not the user. Some pages of this domain also use third-party cookies, as well as other technologies aiming to offer a better browsing experience and for profiling purposes.
Type of cookies
There are various types of cookies.
Cookies may be stored on the user’s device by the manager of the website being visited (publisher) or by the owner of a different site that sets cookies through the first site (third party).
In the case of third-party cookies, this site has no direct control over the single cookies, and cannot act on them in any way (neither setting them directly nor deleting them). Users may in any case manage these cookies through their browser settings or by accessing the third-parties’ sites.
Transfer of data to non-European countries
How to disable cookies
The user may delete the other cookies by using the dedicated feature provided by the Data Controller by means of the disclosure herein or directly on their browser. Each browser presents different procedures to manage cookie settings. Users may obtain specific instructions from the following links.
Disabling cookies could compromise the use of the site. For further details about the cookies stored on your terminal and how to disable them individually, please use the following link: www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices.