Extended statement on cookies
What are cookies
Cookies are small text files that sites visited by users send to their terminals, where they are stored and then transmitted back to the same sites on the next visit. Cookies from so-called "third parties," on the other hand, are set by a website other than the one the user is visiting. This is because on each site there may be elements (images, maps, sounds, specific links to web pages on other domains, etc.) that reside on servers other than that of the site being visited. Cookies are used for different purposes: performing computer authentications, monitoring sessions, storing information about specific configurations regarding users accessing the server, storing preferences, etc. Below you will find all the information about the cookies installed through this site, and the necessary guidance on how to manage your preferences regarding them.
For more information about cookies and their general functions, visit an informational Web site such as allaboutcookies.org
Examples of other technologies
is a technology used to optimize navigation, which does not collect data on the preferences manifested by the user (e.g., stores a code that identifies the user's session after login, to avoid the user having to enter username and password on each profile page when accessing restricted areas
"Tracking code" or "tracking code," is precisely a small portion of code that is released by some systems for the purpose of being implemented in others to track some data about the user and their browsing session or email opening, in a way that is totally transparent to the user. The data that is tracked can be the most diverse, such as the day and time, geographic location, type of device adopted for browsing, up to and including in the most complex tracking pixels to monitor the value spent on a purchase order and other useful information for the marketing departments of the companies that use them.
is a program that interacts with another program to expand or extend its original functionality. The most commonly used plugins are social network plugins, which allow e.g., the user to follow a social page or profile with one click, to indicate with one click that they liked a web content and share it on their social network profile, etc.
is a graphical user interface component of a program, which is intended to make it easier for the user to interact with the program. The most commonly used widgets are social network widgets, which allow users to easily open social networks in a separate browser window.
These services allow for interactions with social networks, or other external platforms, directly from the pages of a site. Any interactions and information captured by the site are subject to the privacy settings of the third party that created the aforementioned technologies. To receive detailed information in accordance with Article 13 Regulation (EU) 2016/679 regarding the use of personal data processed when you use these technologies, please visit the websites of the third party operators of the aforementioned technologies.
Remember that you can also manage your cookie preferences through your browser
If you do not know the type and version of browser you are using, click on "Help" in the browser window at the top, from which you can access all the information you need. If, on the other hand, you know your browser, click on the one you are using to access the cookie management page. Users can, for example, find information on how to manage Cookies in some of the most popular browsers at the following addresses:
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Updating date: 24.08.22