This cookies policy expressly describes the usage and type of cookies according to the Italian Data Protection Authority disposition. It completes and supplements the information included on “Privacy” and “Legal Notes”.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text strings (letters or/and numbers) sent by the websites to your computer or to any other device used to browse the website.
The user can receive cookies on his device directly from the current website or from different websites and servers (known as third part cookies that provide contents or services such as images, maps, videos, links etc. on the visited website).
Purpose and utility of cookies
Cookies are used to improve your visit, to give you the best navigation experience on our websites and to keep track of users preferences, in order to ensure the best possible service.
- Save your credentials
- Identify you when you sign-in to our site
- Keep track of items stored in your shopping cart during a navigation session, when you check out your cart, or when you sign-out without checking out.
- Collect relevant information in order to offer content corresponding to your interests;
- Keep track of your specific preferences of navigation (language, font size and color);
- Collect anonymous analytics information such as website visitor number and most viewed pages.
Type of cookies
We mainly use two types of cookies:
Session Cookies: temporary saved on your computer or device while surfing the website and deleted when you quit your browser
Persistent cookies: remain on your computer for a longer time. We use persistent cookies to identify and automatically log in the user in between different browsing sessions
Type #1 Required cookie
What do they do? They are essential for a proper website experience, enabling visitors to fully enjoy the website characteristics and services. This type of cookies includes, for example, tracking past interactions (i.e. form completion) when going back to a previously visited page during the current session.
Type #2 Performance cookie
What do they do? They affect the interaction between users and the website, providing relevant information such as visited pages and the time spent on each page.
Do they collect personal data? They don’t because it is not the user (as an individual) who is identified but rather the computer/device used to browse the website. All data are collected anonymously.
For further information about cookies and privacy terms please send an email to email@example.com