What are cookies?
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Cookies do not collect information that identifies the individual user. They only collect generic information that allows the analysis of the user’s activity on the website, or related websites, recording, for instance, the approximate geographical location from where a user accesses the website, how long the user stayed, which pages are visited, the kind of device (computer or mobile) or the browser used and, generically, other information about the user’s behaviour and interests.
Users can visit this website without enabling cookies. However, this may compromise the user’s experience, by not having access to some areas of the website or not getting personalized information.
The cookies we use
The cookies we use on this website are:
• PHPSESSID, xms_user: strictly necessary and functional cookies, essential to activate the navigation of the website and improve the user’s experience.
• __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz: Cookies beginning with "__utm" are used to examine the website activity. They allow the analytics software to work, analysing the website visitors and providing anonymous information which helps us improve the website and the user’s online experience.
• __atuvc, __atuvs: third-party cookies, allowing content to be shared on social networks or creating statistical reports.
How to manage Cookies
Web browsers make it possible for users to have control on cookies, namely to accept, refuse or delete cookies by altering the settings of the user’s browser.
Users can, at any time, change their browsers’ configurations about cookies (to learn more about cookies, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org, which contains information on managing your configurations for the various web browsers available). However, disabling cookies may affect the user’s experience of navigating the website to a lesser or greater extent.
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