1. What are cookies and similar technologies?
A cookie is a small text file that is installed on your computer, on your smartphone or other devices when you visit a website. The cookie helps the websites to recognize the devices in their subsequent visits. There are other similar technologies, such as – for instance – pixel tags, web bugs, web storage, that have the same function of cookies. This document uses the term “cookie” to describe any technology that gathers information in this way.
a) Operation needed
Cookies are required to allow us to operate the service requested by users.
b) Performance / Analysis
Cookies are used to analyze the access, use and operation of the service. We use this information to maintain, manage and continuously improve our website.
Cookies allow us to manage some features of the Service, in line with the choices done by users. When the user continues to use or reconnects to the service, we can provide our services as we have been asked, for example proposing your user name, as you have customized our services and proposing the last page read.
d) Targeting / Advertising
e) Social network
Cookies are used for enabling the users to interact with their social networks, for example by sharing contents.
f) Third-parties contents
Third-parties cookies are needed for providing contents / functionalities of third parties.
We work with ad networks and other service providers for ads on other web sites. Cookies can be used to display advertisements that may be of interest to users, to regulate the number of views, and to measure their effectiveness.
4. Managing preferences
Please remember that if you choose to stop receiving all cookies, this may compromise or impede the smooth operation of the Service.
5. Other information