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They are essential for the proper functioning of the pages of the site. Without these cookies some features may be compromised and access to content may be limited. Cookies of this type do not collect any personal information from the user.
Functional “technical” cookies
These are cookies used to store the choices made by the user to improve navigation (for example the language, or to pre-fill a form with the name used previously). This type of cookie may include personal information (such as username). Without these cookies some features and navigation between pages could be compromised.
These are cookies used to understand how visitors use the website: whether they are new or returning users, how they move between pages, how long they stay on the pages and on the site, what geographical area they come from. The data does not identify the user as a person but is aggregated anonymously by the analysis tools. Deactivation does not in any way compromise the functionality offered by the site.
The site uses third-party cookies to allow users to interact with social networks (Facebook, Twitter, …) and in particular to share site content through the aforementioned social networks.
The site uses profiling cookies with which it is possible to note the preferences detected during each visit and thus create profiles that allow you to send messages that better match the preferences and interests of the user, for example allowing you to view the products you are looking for faster or to offer you the most similar item. On the site there is also a first-party cookie aimed at allowing the operation of a marketing automation platform aimed at “targeting” the users of the sites in such a way as to create specific contents with which the Owner can undertake marketing campaigns, monitor their trend and create opportunities for its users.
These are temporary files that are stored until the site is abandoned or the browser is closed.
These are files that are stored and maintained even after leaving the site and closing the browser. They are only deleted after the expiration date indicated in the cookie itself.
These are files that are installed on the user’s device directly from the site you are browsing.
These are files that are installed by external sites, through the code integrated into the pages of the site you are browsing. Examples of third-party cookies are those installed by social plugins (for sharing content) or visit analysis cookies.
How to disable and / or not install cookies
You can remove cookies from your device through your browser options. If you want to block cookies that may be installed in the future, you can change your browser settings. For more information on cookie management see All About Cookies – Manage Cookies. Currently “Do Not Track” operations are not recognized by our site.
Deleting and blocking cookies will have an impact on navigation methods and the provision of website services, as some parts of the site may no longer be functional. Unless your browser has been set to block cookies, our system will install them as soon as you visit our website or click on a link in our targeted email, even if previously our cookies had been eliminated.