1. What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer (or mobile device). They are widely used to run sites or to make them work better and more efficiently. I can do it as websites can read and write on these files, allow them to recognize you and remember important information that may allow you to use the Site more convenient and easy.
2. Which cookies do we use?
Below we list the different types of cookies we use on the Site.
2.1 Essential Cookies
These cookies are essential to allow you to surf the Web site and use all the features. Without these cookies, which are absolutely necessary, we would not be able to provide you with some services or features and surfing the Site would not be as easy and easy as it should be.
2.2 Performance cookies
Cookie performance, sometimes called cookie analytics, collects information about how you use the site and helps us improve it. For example, performance cookies show us what are the most frequently visited pages, let us know what are the recurring usage patterns of the Site and help us understand every difficulty you encounter in using the Site.
2.4 Targeting or Advertising Cookies
We and our service providers may use Targeting or Advertising Cookies to post advertising that we believe may be of interest to you. For example, we can use this type of cookie to limit the number of times you watch an advertisement on our site and help us measure the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns. These cookies remind you of what you saw on the site. We can share this information with other people, such as advertisers.
For more information about Targeting and Advertising cookies and how you can disable them, you can visit the following sites:
3. How do third-party cookies use this site?
In some cases we may work with third parties to provide services on the Site. Advertisers and other advertisers may use their cookies to collect information about your activities on the Site and / or the ads on which you clicked.
This information may be used by advertising media that they think may be more interesting to you because it’s enough on the content you’ve seen. Advertisers may also use this information to measure the effectiveness of their advertising.
We do not control these cookies. To disable or reject third-party cookies, you should therefore refer to third party websites.
4. How do I control cookies?
You may refuse to accept cookies from this Site at any time simply by selecting, in your browser, the settings that will allow you to reject them. More information about the procedures to disable cookies can be found on your browser vendor website or through the help tools available in your browser guide.
Keep in mind that if you disable cookies, not all features of the site may be available.